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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855

The New Sunday Liquor Law. The following is the bill lately passed by the Legislature, the same has received the signature of the Governor, and is now a law. If enforced it will entirely surpress the traffic in alcoholic liquors on the Sabbath. Sec 1. Be it enacted, &c, That from and after the first day of April next it 6hall not be lawful for any person or persons to sell trade or barter in. any spirituous or malt liquors, wine or cider, on the first day of the week, commonly called Sunday, or for the keeper or keepers of any hotel, inn, tavern, ile-house, beer-house, or othet public house ar place, knowingly to allow or permit any spirituous or malt liquors, wine or cider, to be drank on or within the premises or house occupied or kept by such keeper or keepers, his, her or their, agents or servants, on the said first day of the week. Sec. 2. That any person or persons violating the provisions or the foregoing section, shall for each and every offence, forfeit and pay ...

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855

A Reverend Horse Thief.—Our readers no doubt remember an item we published lasl week to the effect tnat a man named Henry Johnston had stolen a horse from a gentleman, living near Brookville, and that it was thought he was in the city, or had come here Col, Brady, editor of the Brookville Jeffersonian, made us acquainted with the full particulars of ' .he case, but at his request we refrained from giving anything but the mere announcement of the theft, he hoping to be able to capture the thief. The horse was sold by Johnston in Blairsville. The Apalachian, in giving an account of the transactionsays that he first asked upwards of $100 for him. but finally sold him for about $40 to Mr. Samuel Dixon. This great difference in price excited suspicion, after he had left, that the horse was stolen, and some gentlemen from Brookville, who chanced to be in town on their way back from Pittsburgh, wero asked about the matter, and on examination recognized the horse as on§ which had been s...

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855

An Office-Seeker in Distress. We find the following letter of poor Mr. Blighted, who was a well recommended canilidate for office, in one of our exchanges.— We are not informed as to what position Mr. B. sought, but take it for granted that he fired at the flock. Harrisburg, Feb. 16, 1855. Dear Cummins : 1 am getting tired of this business. I came here with a fat wallet, and it is now getting as thin as the frame of Calvin Edsort. They drink like fish here; every introi' uctiou costs me a silver top, I can't even turn round without forking over i quarter. Have to pay a "kit' s eye" for being shown the direction of a street. Am frequently invited to change breath with members, but they invariably leave me to settle. When I send my clothes to the washerwoman, my room-mate sends his at the same time, and leaves me to pony over for both when they come back. Am asked to change a ten dollar bill by one, and to loan five to auolher, the first turns out to be worth but fifty cents on th...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855

«, Petition for License. TO the Hon. the Judges of the Court of Quar. ter Sessions of the Peace for the county of Huntingdon: The petition of Ezekiel & Nathan White, respectfully showeth : That your pcti. tioners occupy a commodious house, situate ir the town of Coalmont, in the township of Tod. which is well calculated for a public house oi 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 all cDnvenicnees necessary for the enter, tainment of strangers and travellers; they therefore, respectfully pray the Court to grant them a license to keep an inn or public house of en. tertainment there : and your petitioners will ever pray &c. EZEKIEL WHITE, NATHAN WHITE. Coalmont, February 28, A. D. 1855. - l We, the undersigned, citizens of the township or Tod aforesaid, being personally acqu...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855

Petition for License ''. TO the Honorable the Judges of the Court of ^Common Pleas of Huntingdon county at April 'Term 1855. Your petitioner George Randolph ¦having rented that well known tavern stand in ;;the village of Saulsburg, Barree township, situ. ate on the great leading road from Lewistown ' .to Petersburg, now occupied by John G. Stew-: art. The petition of George Randolph respectfully represents that he is well provided with :, ¦ house room and. conveniences for the lodging Land accommodation of strangers and travellers, ;;he therefore prays your Honors to grant him ~]a license for keeping a public inn or tavern and :fhe will ever pray. S mh 6 '55]* GEORGE RANDOLPH. We the undersigned subscribers, citizens of Barree township, in which the above mentioned in or tavern is prayed for to be licensed, do cer. tify that George Randolph, the above applicant, is of good repute for honesty and temperance and is well provided with house room and conveniences for the lodging...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 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 McDonald Stewart respectfully showeth : That your petitioner occupies that well known tavern house at Mc-Alevy's Fort, in Jackson township, on the public road leading from Petersburg to Lewistown, which has heretofore been used and occupied as a public house of entertainment for several years 1 last past, and is desirous of continuing to keep a public house therein. He therefore prays youf Honors to grant him a license to keep a public house at the place aforesaid foi the ensuing year, and he will pray &c. ; M'DONALD STEWART. We, the subscribers, citizens of Jackson township, in the county of Huntingdon, recommend the above petitioner and certify that the inn or tayern above mentioned is necesary. to accommodate the public and entertain strangors and travellers, and the petitioner above named is of good repute for honesty and temp...

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 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 John Montgomery respectfully sheweth that he has purchased the well known stand known as the Jackstown Hotel, 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 for the ensuing year and he will ever pray, &c. JOHN MONTGOMERY. We the subscibers, citizens of Brady township in the county of Huntingdon, recommend the above petitioner and do 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 temperance, and is well provided with house room and conveniences for the lodging and accommodation of strangers and travellers. Andrew Wise, John Vandevander, Adam Warfel, Philip Holler, Samuel Sharer...

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855

Truth in Conversation.—The love of truth is the stimulous to all noble conversation. This is the root of all the charities.— The tree which spring? from it may have a thousand branches, but they will all bear a golden and generous fruitage. It is the loftiest impulse to inquire—willing to communicate and more willing to receive—contemptuous of petty curiosity, but passionate for glorious knowledge. —Speech without it ' is but babble. Rhetoric is more noisy bul less useful than the tinman' s trade. When the love of truth fires up the passions, put£ its lightning in lhe brain, then men may know that a prophet is among them. This is the spring of all heroism, and clothes the martyr with a flame that-outshines the flame that kills him. Compared with this, the emulations of argument—the pungencies of sarcasm—the pride of logic—the pomp of dec iamation are as the sounds of automaton to the voice of man.—Dewey. DC7" Tho Methodist conference of Alabama is agitating the subject of buildi...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855

Agents for the Globe. The following gentlemen are authorized to receive the names of all who may desire to be. come subscribers to the Globe, and to receive advance payments and receipt for the same. Henry Zimmerman, Esq., Coffee Run. Wm. Campbell, M'Connellstown. Benj. F. Patton, Esq., Warriorsrnark. John Owens, Esq., Birmingham. R. F. Haslett, Spruce Creek. H. B. Mytinger, Water Street. Silas A. Cresswell, Manor Hill. David Bak-rick, West Barree. Tnos. Ozborn, Ennisvillc. Gilbert C:ian tey, Esq., East Barree Dr. M. Miller, Jackson tp. Samuel M'Vitty, Shirloysburg. S. 13, Young, Three Springs. M. F. Cami-bell, Esq., Maploton. J. R. Hunter,Petersburg. J. S, Hunt, Shade Gap. D. H. Campbell, Marklcsburg-H. C. Walker, Alexandria. J. S. Gehhett, Cassvillc.

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855

i BALTIMORE CARD. ,; CARR, GIESE & CO. ;•: COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ' , ' -, . FOR. THE SALE OF S*ZiOUB, GRAIN - &CTD LUMBER, ;$ SPEARS' WHARF, BALTIMORE. vjU-j" Agents for Newark and Rosondale Co. Cement and Plaster. j«Fine and G. A. Salt, constantly on hand. . j$N. it.—Liberal CASH advances made on con-Bignments onjieceipt. ¦'Baltimore, Jan. 31, 1855 ' . THE HUNTINGDON GLOBE, Per annum, in advance, $1 50 " " if not paid in advance, 2 00 No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expiration of tho term subscribed for will be considered a new engagement. . Terms of Advertising. 1 ins. 2 ins. 3 ins. Six lines or less, 25 37J 50 1 square, 16 lines, brevier, 50 75 1 00 2 " " 1 00 1 50 2 00 3 " " - 1 50 2 25 3 00 3 m. 6 m. 12 m. 1 square, " S3 00 S5 00 S8 00 2 • ' "5 00- 8 00 12 00 3 .. " . " 7 50 10 00 15 00 4 " "9 00 14 00 23 00 5 •' " 15 00 25 00 38 00 10 " " 25 00 40 00 60 00 Professional and Business Cards n...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855

The Tooth Business.—Some men thrive on the infirmities of others. The fact as indicated by the statistics of the tooth-manufacturing business in New York city, where there are a number of individuals or associations extensively engaged in it. At one place in Broadway there rriay occasionally be seen large rocks of cjuartz, which, after being ground, forms a principal ingredient, in the composition of which artificial teeth are made. One concern engaged in this business employs thirty men, and turns out three thou-Band teeth per day, to be sold to dentists, and afterwards attached to gold plates, &c.— Journal of Commerce. From thePittsburg Daily Union. Adjutant General. We saw the newly appointed Adjutant General in our city, on Saturday. He appeared to be in tribulation, we wondeied why he should appear so. But we were afterwards informed that the present Adjutant had declined to hand over the "documents," until a successor could be legally appointed: therefore, Mr. Po...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855

Broke Up. The Know-Nolhiag lodge in Raymond lately had a meeting, and dissolved with three cheers for Gov. Baker! It looks as though "the order" is rapidly going to pieces in New Hampshire. This will be a beautiful dissolving view.—Boston Post. So it will be everywhere. No man of 6enee can calmly shut his eyes to the fact that the whole organization has been effected for the purpose of carrying out a "Whig tiick. :! Every day' s experience proves this fact. The result of the Senatorial election in this Stale is so conclusive on this pont, that we doubt very much if a single membei who was formerly a democrat, will deny it, Know-Nolhingism has had its day. It has done its work, and from now on, henceforth and forever,, it will wane until nothing shall be left of it but the simple fact that once in the political history of this country such an organization did exist. A few may still remain, frightened about Catholicism, but their fears will only be amusement for those who know b...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855

Educational Department BV R . M'DIVITT. I am pleased to sea an. ably written communication in the Globe of last week, calling the attention of teachers to the subject of ventilating schoolrooms ; the subject is one of vitaTirnportaiico to both : teacher and pupil ; one that demands the attention of every philanthropist and friend of education, and Lain happy to see it introduced in common-with others. I hope hereafter to see this subject urged more strongly upon the minds of parents and school directors, I need not say teacb.er. Sj for I am persuaded that they are fully awake to its importance ;¦ the sad experience of.one at least might fill a volume, if I'had any idea that.it would be enteitaining or instructive. I admire the spiiit and tenorof the author' s -remarks, and believe that, he has taken a proper view of the subject, but I must be allowed the privilege of calling -his attention to one or two facts which he has overlooked. He says, "do not the teachers know of the...

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855

ESSAY, Read by Miss Nancy jVWDjvitt, before the Hun. tingdon County Ttachers' Institute, December 22, 1854, Subject—Moral Education. There are few subjects which have elicited more observation and discussion than that of education, yet comparatively few persons appear to comprehend the fuU meaning of the word. Education does not L^nsist merely of a knowledge of Belles Letters and the differ¬ ent arts and sciences of the day. if we were —.crwly intellectual beings, we would only be capable of improvement intellectually ; but as we have been created with moral as well as intellectual faculties, vre are capable of examining the laws of morality, and the attributes of the Creator from whom such laws are the emanations. And if we act simply aa intellectual, and not as moral beings, we act contrary to the highest and most noble principles of our constitution. If parnets consider their children educated when they have been taught the rudiments of what is commonly called learning, wit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855

James Slone, farmer, Union. Joseph Showalter, farmer, Penn. John Stewart (manor); firmer.- Barree Robert Stitt, Henderson. Andrew Taylor, " farmer, Tod. Isaac Trout, farmer, Hopewell. Joseph Taylor, ' farmerClay. " David C. Wilson, farmer, Barree. John Weight, farmer, Franklin. Jesse Yocum, J. P., Brady. SECOND WEEK. Thomas Adams, chair makerHenderson John Atkinson, farmer, Dublin. Arthur Anderson, farmer, -Brady. Andrew Allison, farmer, West. David Beck Jr. farmer, Warriorsmark. Jacob Baker, Cabinet maker, Porter. Abraham Brumbaugh, farmer, Hopewell. Washington Baker, farmer, Tod. John Chilcote, farmer, Cromwell. Nickolas Corbin, shoemaker, - Cass. James Coy,- farmer, Barree. David Clarkson Esq. J. P., Cass. Archibald Dell, farmer, Cass. William DorrisSr. Henderson. John Dysart, farmerFranklin. Joshua Hicks, farmer, Porter. Henry Holtzapple,.millerWest. ¦ , . Benjamin Isenberg, farmer, Morri9. Joseph Law, merchant, Morris. Robert McBurney, merchant, Jackson Henry Miller, farm...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855

NOTICE. XS hereby given that the Store r.nd Mill Books of Henry Cornpropsl 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 settlement without delay, 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. AL L persons are hereby notified not to buy or in anywise meddle with James Kennedy' s interest in . or to a certain ten acres of wheat in the ground, on lands of J no, McCahan in Porter township, us we have purchased the same from the said James Kennedy. HARRISON & COUCH. Huntingdon, February 3, 1855.* A MILLER WANTED. A g°°d miller of fcober and industrious h:ibx\_ its, wanted at the Vineyard mills, Shirley township, Pa. One with a family preferred. ¦ S. II. BELL. Jan. 18, 1855. A FARM FOR RENTA Farm in Licking Creek valley, about four /A mile...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855

TRIAL LIST. rjnsT w . eek. Henry Sb.ees.ly vs Moses W. Shugart. Christian Gouts vs John Hildebrand. Luken's Admr's. vs Maddens. John Savage vs .John Fisher. . Bickerstaff et al vs Patterson. D. Walker vs J W. My tori's Admr. Samuel Bolinger vs Wm Johnston. O'eorge Jackson vs Sassainan'sEx'rs. James Wall vs Peter Burket Henry Mv linger vb Peter Livingston. John Savage vs Barkstresser. J. Simpson Africa vs Daniel Flenner et al. .. Hirst for Caldwell vs Daniel Africa, David Caldwrli.vs Dell & Crotsh-y. Com'lh, for fc'hoenbergfr vs M. Orownover. Hirst, Clark & Co. vs My ton & Cunningham Commonwealth forBratton vs M. Crownover. Joshua Johns vs Blair, Rdbiison & Co. - Andrew P. Wilson vs M. Buoy. Com'th.for Kyler vs Hooper & ISooJMsr. Dysart's Ex'rs. vu Cryiler 's Adm'rs. Ap^ar'sEx'rs. vs Isaac Ashton. Horatio Trexler & Co. vs J. &/W. Saxton, Scott <fc wife vs William Johnston. Adolphus Patterson vs .Ino. Doughabough Phili...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855

COURT AFFAIRS APHSI, TEB.2&, 1855- PROCLAMATION. "VTTTiiEnEAs by a precept to me directed, dated yV at Huntingdon, the 20th day of Jan. A., D. 1854,,under tve hands and_seals:bf the Hon. George Taylor , President of the Court of Common. Pleas, Oyerand Teiminer, and general jail delivery of the 24th judicial district of Pennsylvania composed of Huntingdon, Blair and Cambria, at-d the Hon. Johnathan McVV iilinms, Thos. F. Stewart, his associatfs, Judges of the county of Huntingdon, justices assigned, appointed to hear, try and determineUll and every indicments made or taken for orconcerning- all ciimes, which by the laws of the s-tate are made capital or felon ies of death and other offences crimes and misdemeanors, which have been -or' - shall hereafter be committed or perpetrated for crimes aforesaid—I am" commanded to make public proclamation throughout my whole ball wick that a Court of Oyer and Terminef, of : Common Please and Quarier Ser-sionsiwill be held atthe ...

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855

Traverse Jurors. FIRST "WEEK. Robert K. Allison, farmer, Brady. Brice X. Blair, merchant, Dublin. Owen Boat, coach maker, Henderson. Miles Brown, laborer, Springfield. Isaac Buck, farmer Warriorsmark. Samuel Campbell, teacher, Dublin. Richard Cunningham, iarmer, Jackson. Silas A. Cresswell, merchant, Barree. Richard Coleguie, blacksmith, Cromwell. Edward Duncan, farmer, Hopewell. John Duffey, mason, Spriugfield. George Ebby, farmer, Shirley. John Eberts, farmer, Franklin. John Frazier, farmer, West. Dewalt Fouse, farmer, Hopewell. Henry Grazier, farmer, Warriorsmark. T. Henderson of David, farmer Warriors'k James E. Harper, Dublin, Francis Holler, Brady. Joel [senberg, farmer, Porter. Aaron Kelley, farmer, Henderson, Samuel Keith, teacher, Morris. Christian Long, grocer, Henderson. David Long, farmer, Clay. Daniel Massey, farmer, Bairee. George Myers, farmer, Shirley. William Marlin, plasterer, Clay, Henry L. McCartoy, Brady. John Menick, farmer, Dublin. Benjamin Neff, farmer, P...

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855

^ Petition for License. . TO the Honorable the Judges of the Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace in nnd for the county of Huntingdon, April Session 1855. — The petition of Christian Couts of the borough of Huntingdon, in the county of Huntingdon, respectfully sheweth, that he still continues lo to occupy the house well known as the Franklin house, and for many years kept as a public house, in Market square, in said boro ugh, and that he is desirous of keeping a public"• bouse in the same for the accommodation of strangers and travellers—and that he is provided with house room, stabling and the necessary uccom. modations for keeping a house of^public ente rtainment at said stand. He therefore prays your Honors to grant him a license to continue to keep a house of public entertainment at the said place for the current.ensuing year, and as in duty bound will cvor pray, &c . C. COUTS. March 7th, 1855. We the undersigned, citizens of the borough of Huntingdon, do hereby ce...

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