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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

valuable Farm of Limestone Land FOR SALE. rpHE undersigned desirous of removing to the X western country, offers his very valuable farm of limestone land for sale—beiug the same tract of land on which he now lives, situate in the best part of Shavax-V Creek Valleyi in Bar. ree township, Huntingdon . county—rabput nine miles from Petersburg on |he pana] and Rail Road—containing 126 acres and allowance—all B^i of good land and in fine cultivation, havpj=! ing- about IOO.acres cleared, with toJer-J °|~ , ably good buildings, and fine fruit and good meadow on it. Enquire of the undersigned on the premises. WILLIAM JOHNSTON. Shaver's Creek, July 11th, 1854.

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

$200 REWARD, rpHE public generally, and the rascals who X some time since entered my store and removed valuables to the amount of about SHOO without iny permission, are informed that I have just opened a more general and • better assortment of articles in my line of business than was ever brought to Huntingdon, con - ^^^s ^ .go©, sisting of Watches, Jewciry, wppw 'fe-^a Clocks, Fine . Knives, Pistols, jfc^jfi ggtTiaB Perfumery, Port Monnaies, Sil. ffiSMflah ver Ware and Fancy Articles, &c, &c. My old friends and customers, L and the public in general throughout the county are requested to callahd examine my assortment. EDM. SNARE. Huntingdon, March 22,1854.

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

GREAT AKHIYAIi OF Coafeetionary, Frail and Toys, ' -•- . AT MCSBTTS' * In Market Square, Huntingdon, Pa. fMjj E public generally, and the little ones in Jparticular, are requested to call at Mcbdus ' Establishment, WlJereaU kinds of Sweetmeats, Cawdies undents,-and a, large assortment of Tots'can be had. ' Please call and examine for yourselves. ,.-... Hot. 10th, 2854. ' ¦ ' ...

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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

For Sale or Kent. A small Ridge Farm in West township, about-7 miles from Huntingdon, late the property of Abraham Evans, containing 110 Acres.— b.^j The improvemt are a „ good • Log House ss 2 and a small Barn—about 50 youqg-apple zf£. treesno^f bearing fruit bounded by lands of Samuel Peightaly Benjamin Corbin and Judge Gwin. This property will be sold or -rented-on the most reasonable terms, by 3.&W. SAXTON. Huntingdon! An£UBt!22nd,;- 1954. " \

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Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

£.. G. MYTIWGER. & CO., PLOUE TACTOKS AND Produce Commission Merchants, R. R. Depot,No,M8Mar7eetStreet,Philadelphin T)ARTICULAR attention paid to the sale of X Flour, Grain and Seeds. Nov. 15.'53.

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Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

At H/KoBiaa's,ClotlJiBg Store, JTTST RECEiyBD, .- Overcoats for $4 50 : Joined Pants f 2 QO . „. . ,:.-Vesta- , 3 ^. . ;V ; • 75 (T ail aiia * examine for ' vourswvcB. REMOVAL Clothing! Clothing ! Clothing! The largest and best selected stock of Heady made Pall and "Winter Clothing, Ever offered to the citizens of Huntingdon, .. . • county. I F 3 r ou 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 Gouts' Hotci, in Market Square, Huntingdon, Pa., where you will find Ready made Clothing in .iny quality, made of sound materit ala, and in the most .fashionable style and at rates immeasurably b ' olow 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 mater ials, fashionable style and finish, ." he cant be The subscriber respectfully invite...

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 3 January 1855

COD Fish, Macheral, Herring &c, just recei ved and for. sale by J. & W. SAXTON,

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

- Humbuggery in TeaoMng. I ' cannot claim . to have experience in this art, yet I claim.to have.,some .knowledge of ¦t hebusiness, from what I have.- heard those say who pretended to' have experience. . But it is an established facV, although' this is. called a !£ fast age," and one of great improvement , - there is still room for much .more Pjog'.^s. Arid, " in otir opinion; ' there, is a Sf?^* ' .ea '- *?* I is .superficial in many '' of our Schools;an.d^e " nV ^ rieg) ;ant},,.Wg h4Ve suffi_ cient ; evidence: to pr^q our. asser.tion. - _ Teachers,, lifee ^ alfblherZ-claa^ j n'this free: country, are politicians—pxid ^ow-i,^' '- 'ji-^g. .rant .they ;may. be on. other rpoints, they _^. : era11y-uffderstand how' to -suit'.publics-taste 'and the rhorfe defieient they are ?n qualifica-. Uons to. train ' the t J yjourig. ,- .tnind;—ihle : ge ' eater -prdficieats theysoon became in this ,branch ; of thei'r business; --And; just iiere-let tne-s ' Sy, .that ,the . worl.d,gop3yer,y-rn '...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

¦ac^ ^aQfog - in-C^ Wat ^ ' - ¦ < ¦ -- ' ' But if parents will .use ool«- ^ ler on ^.e . f oivn persons", let rrie e'rrtreat thei^.- " ; I,.. .-- f; -- •¦ •'- ¦¦ ,.-- - - j? have mercy on their helpless chilJren. Do hb_, their cries, and.etntreaties to', T 5varni it just " a lililel N ' othing is niore. hofithenxsh and barbarous than to bathe ' childreh in cold * 6'r nearly cold water; "I believe-it, injurious to wash, our hands and faces in c. ojd-: \y,inter water.— Those who do it, will Jind that they have rough and cracked'skin|, The suffering of .children' - while being washed, is but small,compared with the evil effects ihat t j>ften follow . the . 'application of cold water to/.the iead, viz: congestion of the head ^and TtmgB;'-espeefaily'- ¦ the " latter.— Tr'ute, cold : virater so applied will'make pre. cocious chiWrfeiii 'and it will'also'fill the gfaye 1 - yard wilh the " opening biids of infancy. " I think it wi!l'be found thatmore chiltlred die with.' h...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

;-•: '--' ! ' THE EBRBE HOMES. ' - ' ! ;: ".. d-\:.-.:- .,..:...¦ ¦•• -, • • ¦ -. -¦¦ ! .v-tv:. - . "^Wher ' e-fe f th y home?" I asjie<ra ' ehi!ilj ' "" .W'tib'iir lhS"Yndrninc air/ ' . " '¦*;' ', ''" " " ' ^yas J tNv.jning. , ; flovi»er i s;rncist.s\veet aiw.jvvjkl, r-:ln 'garlands for-herrhaiji;,<:t :ui r: : '¦ •• .-, ;Cf .My horne;- :> ' ; .the; ha; p'i ; )3 -i Iie:iit-TCpIie<l , : ' ¦ ' ¦ ' •And smiled in cniklish glee,, : . , •Vilfj-fln,the sut)n.y;Nm 1ountftin-.,si(lg..;, ¦)., ,\ /_ i i 'Where soft'wiiTdsr'vvainlefjfree.^: . : * f-O !',blessing ' s r fa'H'.c5ri a/tle ' ss j'oDt"h : , " ' " ' " ' , ' .JViut.ay ' its' rosey. b6u\j t ^ ' r .' ..'t . ' i ' : " i; ' ,V; " ,,.\., ,; ;Where-ev,«iry word'ja jojt aadtouJi^. ..:;!:,:.. •'•¦'And'trejBsUrSs li*cin' ' fl»\.ve^3'! • < -' ¦ ' ' ¦¦ , \--<.iuv: \ ' .. - ¦ : . • ¦ ¦ ¦ . ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ t 1" . --1 :-. ;• o;, -;. = '¦• . •flfVKhBrarisi-.tbjf homej?".-!.asked »X:one . ¦ . ' ~ --=Wh'6 i b'en...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

^ • /MlSeE . 'L-LlNE-OUSi - . ' : ^ HB 'HIGHWAYMAN'S BRI3>AL V| ''¦' " " a ' stO^T (JF THE LAST CENTURY. -(!;j[;--i " <• -:i - -. -- .--r. rj • , - ¦- •' - ¦ v " j^ip ' e ' were Che ' , day ' s J ' for gajlant. robbers, whpse.fine,;. ciathes,, bigh..bearihg,> reckJess hardihood, -ariil (frtgudntly) good birthtook away from . the^ supfer^ciaf observer much of jitie.xiarkn ' ebs ' of ' c^me^' cjtually .surrounding the ' iiT deeds aTid:ii.ves;:.tYou: were divested.of y«ur ¦nngsaridjiurse^- oftera with a demeanor'Jo pcHishedpth 'at : really' . it rStlier resembled pay.Fn ' g ajtoll ,to, good ' ' mantiers 'than submit-. Ung,lo;a '/high\vayi,:.robbery—a robbery it is true-, yefstjllnt. vva's ' ¦ -more "sodthia'g to the feeringsal ^he 'Mime/'tKan. /be. iiig ' kn^ ^owR.wjA^ha^u/Cefl ' diof a ' .pistol, or buHied as, Weil'; as :ptaridif ed. ". -Fashion, too; .capri; tfousint ' hTSi-as'-an all' else. affecleJ'SQPI'e 8ffi! glits;oF the'roid,abdvfe^pUie^^and fl"ri#, la^...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

• ¦ '.- •¦ "Let Me Sleep. ' ''' r tiet'me Bleep,"' saidrriy' companion halfpettislily t ' prriing fro^iii ,my ' couch. , "Let me sleep," ; : {.he words haunted me:for- hours afterwards. -How r often has-the---wish been breathed jnthis weary ,wor ld ; —"Obj Tet rnie sleep.^' ' . '' . . ' \ • " .. ' . " . ' .. . . /.• ' .: ' • The man whose' conscience lashes him for misdeeds—evils committed ' and unrepented of aries ? C( . Le,t ma sleep. Wilh sleep comeB obH ' yjon. " * The mourner who has seeh'spme bright aud "beautiful .one fade from this eTovbrace,like asurrimmer" . flower, nipped by,a too early irost, bows his head above the.pallid face of the prostrate, form belqvy .him, and-sighs in the agony af his soul-^- l< Let me sleep ! sleep'Avith the loved one whose sniije shall iie 've'r welcome my '" foot-steps more. " '?.Let me,sleep,?' says the traveler ^ who, foot sore and.weary has toiled long: in 'the world, and . see;n r tipped',perish unfulfilled\Joys" j>'iitie...

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

' . ' ¦ .: :.-. • AgentB for th'e'-GHbbe. ' - ' ; ¦ • ¦ The following gentlemen ' arc' anUVori^c'd fo rcceivel'he riarVidfoF all ' u'lrq m.-ry desire te ' beeome snliserib'crs'W'th' cT'G-Ldijrc, and to receive iidrando pfcyrfients andrecei'pt for thc'same'. ' • HE««iiir.iZiMMERMAt», Esq-VGoffcc Run. - .;>.•. .-: -iJotm'B; ¦G ivEN,'. j VI' .Connullst' own.- " ..-.T L.JiE^'Ji.F.rPiT.Tox^Esq., 1 Warxiorsruarlc-.; , -;; ' :.. Jp«N:Ov?eks, jEsq^.Birming-liani. v- t ; .,. .:.,.. -::K- -P- :H/VSxJETT,;.S>prucc Creek.! ,, - ¦ . -.,. ¦ :; , . H.rB.MrTiNGERV^Vater-Stree^, ,- ' • ' ^ Sim^A. .Cresswem.., MauQE.JIill. .. ;• ' . '¦ f - ?:- -DAyiD.-]J*imicK, .West Ba rr.ee. ' , ' . ... rJ^Hp^i 'OzwiiNi Ennisyillo. ', . - ,. " .., ' . i . .. i P,fi ?p Je^TrCii,\NE.v:,;EsqyjEaft Barrcc. ¦ ' ..., ' .,. ijtjfr. Mi"-JVIiti,Eic; jacjispn if). • , ' :\. ¦ ' , ' '" . . ' ' • ' . ' Si'AMURrJM'VfTTy, Shirjpysburjr. " ' - '" 'S'. B, ' ' ,foCrNG;- TlVre ' e i S 1 i>r " ings.V : * "- '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

Iiiglit "Suppers. One of the great secrets of health is a ligfii supper, and yetit is "a great" self-denial, when bheis hungry and tired at the close of the S^y, Vto " eat (ittle or nothing. .. Let- such a one take leisurely a single cup of tea.and a piece of cold bread with -butter, '" and hewill' leave the table " as fully pleased; with himself and aSl the.world, as if he had eaterva heavy meal, andbetenfoknhe belter for it the next morn- Ing. Take.any two men under similar circumstances, strong,-;hard-iwofkirig' ' men, of twenty-five years'; let one take . his;bread and butter wjth;a cup of tea, and the other a hearty meal of meat," bread, potatoes, arid ttie ordinary et ceteras, as the last, meal pf. ' ^ ie day, and I will u ..¥enture. to affirm, that .he tea-drinker will outlive the other by thirty years."

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

siVSHB^H^JNiOfJNjaboir.G-ibBB, " .- ' ; '' : j :Bcafam^iYn ',;Jn ad y aiictw- - ' < <-"' $1 50 '*=:;« '*-i;j;i iflliotipaidin-a'dviracc,;'. v.cj2. -iOQ <. .iJTq.papof discontinued -until- all ' arrearages ajrc-BMA>:'- -, ' o;--r..-! . -..;/;;' . •; • .•! ' '• :. :: ';; ' .•::--->:, A tiiilurc to notify a discontinup.p,(je . a,t,iljev^jv. pifft^ipn f ofjt^e.t^mi aqbs i^b js^jfor TV^ illjjjg.eonffififH ' a r^si- < 'f'^flg^' l ???fiv7j". '1 ' ) .:i . ' . ' , ' , ' i;J;T;,.v - ,.': .; ' . ;: .'T^rjas;. 1 of,iA. : i3w«ijapipg.- : ;- . .. ,.,; ¦ J-~'~ ' '" i - "::'- J - ¦ "• • ' •- '' '• > ¦ l; in ' sM <B-iiis ~ . -- : 3 r in?. SixliuesrdtfEessy ; ' V.i \ {25 ' :-' >37£. .¦50 iisquare ^ rSirne^ brevier 1 ,. :-B0: - ..15....1' 00 3:-> >.V ; ;? . • ....?•*• -:!•* -'I. -jOO" . 1 50 _• .2>f)J0 3- ; "U fti! - ...>: ¦ (•.-";,•!• .-!;:'Jl 50; ;2-25r. 3.00 . ,; :*.. .-J ;'L! ' ; :, ' .? m.j :;;&m....

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

Evil'Reports.—The longer I Jive, the more. T feel the importance of adhering to the rule which-I . have ,lai ' d- down. fp.c;vmyself'in relation'to such -matters. ' 1. To hear as little as possible of whatever is io be 'the'prejudices-of others. 1 Z. Tobelieveinothihg":afithe kind till I, am • absolutely -forced-to -it.- 3. Never to driiik the sjiiVit of ' ¦ one who circulates an'ill report. 4. A-lwajs-,to-moderate, as-far as I- can, the unfeindness -expressed towards others. 5' , Always to believe that if the other side. we ' re heard 1 , a very different account,wotild, he given of the matter.—Life of- Simeoiijby Cants. . •; . , •- _ ¦ .'" .- .

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

; - An Exejiplaky " JpDGEi-^The'. rnost (Jxtra^- orditiary ' .instance of patience. on fecprd in modem;times, ' is that . of an Illinois ividge, who listened silently for two days while a couple.of worthy attorneys '-' contended about th ' e construction of ah act of the Legislature, and then ended the controversy by quietly remarking— . - j . u ,.. . -; '"' ..._,._,- _ ;> " Gentlemenj Jhe-law is. repealed. V -;r; EC?" A close mouth shows a •wi«e ' hYs<ii^

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

Last Message of William Bigler, GOVERNOR OP FBJSTNSYVANIA. Read in the Legislature, Friday, Jan, 5. To the Honorable the Senators and Members of the -v House of Representatives of the j- General Assembly: Gentlemen:— Whilst the events of the year just closed, present many causes of joy and congratulation, and afford abundant reason for thankfulnes . s to a beneficent Providence for his goodness and mercy—our prosperity and happiness, as a people, I regret to say, has not been unalloyed. The general growth of the countn 7 , the progress of the arts and scien¬ ces, and other causes of moral and social comfort, have notit is true, been interrupted ; but the loss of valuable lives and property, by the casualities of the elementshas been unusual, both in numbers and extent; and in certain sections of our Commonwealth the afflictions of pestilence and disease have also been solely felt. Nor should we estimate lightly the suffering that manifestly exists amongst the poor in our cities ...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

THE GL.OBE.J ITuTTtTn g d dlsr, p a , Wednesday, January 10, 18S5. Circulation.—tlje largest in tlie County. See New Advertisements.—House and lot and out-lot for sale. Stray Steers. Thanks. Those of our friends who have kindly remembered us by putting in our pocket a little of tlie " root of all evil" have our thanks. - -' - ¦ To Printers. The " Standing-Stone" printing establishment of this place is offered for sale. The materials are new and in excellent order. The publication of the paper has been suspended ' • Court. Prosecutions for selling liquor to minors-—to persons of intemperate habits, &c., ~ have brought an unusual crowd of witnesses to town this week. Criminal .'business will occupy the attention of Court the whole of the week; ¦ O" The Ohio State Democratic Convention for the nomination of State officers met at Columbus on Monday. Gov. Shedell and all the present State officers were re-nominated by large majorities. Resolutions ,v-' re adopted denouncing...

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 10 January 1855

Pennsylvania Legislature. The Senate succeeded in organizing on Friday—on the27th ballot Wm. II. Iliester, Dem., of Berks, was elected Speaker—Darsie, Whig, voting for Hiestcr. The Governor's message was then read. On Saturday, George W. Hammersly, (Whig) of Lancaster, was elected chief Clerk, Henry Pettibone, Dem., Assistant Clerk, (Darsie voting for Petlibone, the Whi g caucus candidate being a K. N.,) and Nelson Wciser, Dem., John H. Fuller, JohnEwing and John W. Kcrr, Whigs, Transcribing Clerks. On Thursday, in the House, A. W. Benedict, Esq., of this place, was elected Chief Clerk.— On the first ballot he received 6& votes, Wm , Jack, Dem.., 20 votes, Wm. Henry, Whig, 3 votes. • Mr.-Benedict received the full Whig and Democratic Know Nothing vote.- A. S. Hennerholtz, Dem. K. N., of Berks, was appointed Assistant, E. Cow-en, of Warren, J. L. Wright, of Berks, E. Smith, of Wyoming, S. C. Slaymaker, of Lancaster, and W. W. Taylor, of Lawrence, Transcribing Clerks. S. B...

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