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Id= 47 : [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 and for the county of Huntingdon at April Term, A. D. 1855. The petition of John P. May respect, fully showeth : That your petitioner having leased thut well known Tavern stand, situated in the township of West, and county aforesaid, on the great road leading from Petersburg to BcllcfoDtc in Centre county, known as the Green Tree Hotel, formerly kept by James McMurtric, dee'd, is desirous of keeping a house of "entertainment for the accommodation of strangers aiiir travellers, that he is well provided with conveniences necessary for the accommodation of strangers and travellers as aforesaid, he therefore prays your Honors fo grant him a license to keep a tavern or inn as aforesaid, and your petitioner will ever pray, &c. JOHN P. MAYWe the subscribers do certif y that John P, May, the above named applicant, is a man of good repute for honesty and temperance and that he is we...
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855
Petition for License TO the Honorable ihe Judges of the Court of Quarter Sessions of line Peace of the county of Huntingdon, the petition of Henry C. Rowe respectfully sheweth, lhat your petitibriel 1 havingleased that well known house occupied by Jacob Parsoi'.s as a public house iii the town of Mount Union and township of Shirley, which is well calculated for a public house of entertainment, and from its neighborhood and'situation is suitable as well as necessary for the entertainment and accommodation of strangers and travellers; that he is well provided with stabling and other conveniences for the accommodation of strangprs and travel I ers, -4 Iic therefore respeclfully prays the Court to grant him a license to keep an inn or public house of entertainment at tho aforesaid house, and your petitioner will ever pray. &c. HENRY. C. ROWE. We the undersigned citizens, of Shirley township, and county of Huntingdon. recoTimend the above petitioner and certify that the i...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855
retition for License. TO the //ouorable the Judges of the Court of Common Picas of //untingdon eountj^, now holding and composing a Court, of Quarter Sessions of the Peace, at April Term, 1855. The peti. tion of James Chamberlain, of Warriorsmark township, in said county, respectfully phcwclh that he occupies and stiil continues to keep tliat well known tavern house in the said village of Warriorsinark,-whieh has heretofore been used and occupied by him as a public house of entertainment, and is dosirou:* ol ' continuing to keep a public house therein; he therefore prays your Honors to grunt him a license to keep a. public house at the place nforcsaid for the en. suing vear, and he wi.l ever )iniy. mh6,'55. JAMES Cf/AMBKRLAIN. The subscribers citizens ot the township of Warriorsmark, in the county of Huntingdon, wouM respectfully recommend the above petitioner, and certify thai the inn ui tavern above mentioned is necessary to accomniodato thu public and entertain strangers and ...
Id= 45 : [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 tho county of Huntingdon. The petition of James Fleming respectfully showeth ; That your, petitioner occupies that well known tavern Houso in Manor Hill, Barrcu township, on the public roid leading from Petersburg to Lewistown, 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 him a license to keep a. public house at the place aforesaid for the'ensuing year, and he will pray &c, JAMES FLEMING. JVIirch 7th, 1855. . . , _. ;¦ _. ¦¦ We. the subscribers, citizens of Barree .Iowin ship, "in ' the county of Huntingdon, recommend the above petitioner, and certify that the inn or tavern above-mentioned is necessary to ac. connnodatc the public and entertain strangers sad travellers, and the petitioner ahov.enamed is of. ...
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855
Petition for License. TO the Honorable the. Judges of the Court of Quarter Sessions of Huntingdon County. The petition of Graffius Miller respectfull y showeth : That your petitioner ocunpies that old and well known brick Tavern House, , near the Railroad depot in the borough of Huntingdon, known as the Exchange Hotel, heretofore used as s public house of entertainment . and is desirous of continuing to keep a public house therein. He therefore prays your ' ri.9nQrs.t0 grunt, him a license to keep a public house at the place aforesaid ibr the ensuing year, and he will ever pi-ay etc, • - GRAFFIUS MILLER. March 7th, 1S55. The subscribers, citizens of the borough of IIuntiiiHdon recommend the above petfoner,and certify thru the inn or tavern above mentioned, is necessary to iiccommodate the public and c:itcrt;iin stringers and travellers ; and that tho petitioner above named is oi^ljood repute for honesty and temperance, and is well provided with house room :;nd conveniences for t...
Id= 44 : [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 Abram Lewis respectfully sheweth, that your petitioner .occupies that well known tavern house in Mount Union, Shirley township, known, by the name of Mount Union House, which his heretofore been used and occupied as a piiblie hnuse of entertainment for several.years last past, anil isdesirous to keep a public "house therein;iie therefore prays your Honors to grant him a licence io keep a public house at the place aforesaid for the ensuing year, and he will pray, %c. ABRAM LEWIS. We the subscribers,, citizens of JShir'ey .town?, ship, in the county of Huntingdon, rgc- mmend* the above petitioner, and certify that'the inn or tavern above mentioned is necessary to accommodate the public anil, entertain strangers and travellers, and the petitioner above mentioned is of £ood repute for honesiy and temperance and is well provided with house r...
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855
Petibion for License. TO the .Honorable Court of Quarter Sessions of .Huntingdon count} ', Penna. The petition of R. F. //aslett, of Spruce Creek, Morris township, in said county , respectfully represents ;—That he is well provided with house room and conveniences for the lodging and accommodation of stiangcrs and travellers, at the house now occupied by him ns an inn or tavern, in said township ; he therefore prays the //onorable Court to grant him a license for keeping a public inn or tavern, arid he, as in dutj- bound, will &c. • R. V. //ASLETT. March 7, 3855. We the subscribers, citizens of Morris town, ship, in which the above mentioned inn or taw crn prayed to be licenced, is proposed to be kept, do certify that R. F.. ijTaslctt ^ the above applicant, is ot good repute for honesty and temperance, and is well provided with house room and conveniences for the lodging and aecommodation of strangers and travellers, and that such inn or tavern is necoSsary to accommodat...
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855
Petition for License. TO the Honorable Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon county at April Terni, 1855, the petition of Jackson EnyeaTt respectfully represents that be is provided with house room conveniences for th« lodging and accommodation of strangers and travellers »t the house he now occupies situated in Marklesburg, on the road leading'from Huntingdon to Bedford, he therefore prays the Honorable Court to grant him a licence for keeping a public inn or tavern, and he as in duty bound will ever pray, J \ CKdOiV ENYE A RT. we the subscribers citizens of Penn township, in which the above mentioned inn or tavern prayel to be licensed', do certii ' y that Jackson Enyeart the above applicant is of good repute for honesty and temperjnee aiTil is well provided with house room and conveniences for the lodging ,-ind accommodation, of strangers and travellers and that said in or tavern is necessary lo accommodate the public and entertain slrangers ortavellers. Samuel Wa...
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855
Books ! Books!! Wall Paper !!! on Anrii volu ^ es ° f » e w and P oPU-/£\J ) \J\J\ J lar books—the subscriber has just received from Boston, New York and Phil adelphia, comprising the greatest ^HSTSJgj variety and most extensive stock j^MIMi g ' ever brought to the interior of ilmCfamj|pj ^jy State. His STATIONERY is also of great variety and superior qualit}', in part as follows: Letter, Cap and Note Paper, Gold and Steel Pens, Inkstands, Blank and Time Books, Diaries for. 1855, &.c. Also, Harper's, Putnam's, Godcy' s and 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 county: Grcenliefs Arithmetics and Algebra, Town's Spellers, and Swan's Readers. 3500 Payson & Dunton's Boston Copy Books, being the best system ns well as the best executed books ever offered to the public, for sale at lowest wholesale prices. 1000 pieces Wall Paper from 9 to 13c for com. mon, ...
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855
The Harnsbnrg Car Company. HAVING completed their extensive establishment ;md fitted it with tho most up, proved nachinery fir the preparation oi both Wood and Iron Work; and also having' a large stock of Seasoned Lumber on hand, arc prepared to fill the heaviest orders for P,assengcr, Mail, Baggage, Box, Cattle, Platform, Coal and.Hand Cars. Also, Car Wheels, fitted or unfitted, and guaranteed to be equal to any other make; Rail Road C.i-itings of every description; Pressed Nuts, AVashers, Screw-Bolts, Wood Screws, &c. &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 machinery in the country, we can furnish cars of superior make, at favbrablo rates, and on shoit notice, „ - . The Cjmpany, having been, fortunate in as. sociating with them one;of the. best Car Builders in the country, feel confident their manufactures cannot be excelled cither in variety or...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855
FXT^ A new tomb has been erected over the remains of the late John McDonogh, (the Louisiana millionaire) with the following among other inscriptions found among his papers af ler his decease. We commend it to the attention of all who are about embarking in life: "Depiive yourself of nothing necessary to your comfort; but live in an honorable simplicity and frugality. Labor then lo the lasl moment of your existence. Pursue strictly the above rules, and the Divine blessing and riches of every kind, will now upon you to your heart's content; but first of all, remember that the chief and great stud)- oi our life should be to tend by all means in our power to the honor and glory of our Divine Creator—John MeDonou«h, New Orleans , JVJarch the 2dJ804. The conclusion to which I have arrived is, that withourtemperance there is no health : without virtue no order; without religion no happiness: and that the aim of our being is to live wjselv. so.berlv and righteously. 1 -'
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855
J. HIGGENS & SON, MOST respectfully make known lo their friends and the public generally that they arc carrying on the Cabinet making business in all its various branches, in Huntingdon, where they have constantly on h.ind, and make to 6rdcr 3 all kinds of furniture, such as Bureaus, Tables, Wash and Sewing Stands, Cupboards, Book Cases, Wardrobes, Cottage, French and High Post Bedsteads, Spring Scat Sofas and <g|t||jgf|||3| 3sp Sofa Rocking Chairs, Winsor ^^^^^j^^j* Chairs and Settees, and every ^^ t-fcti otncrarjjcie of furniture which miy be called for—all of which are made of the very best material and in the most fashionable style, and will be sold at low rates. The public are respectfully invited to call and examine their furniture before purchasing else, where. ' Wareroom on Hill street, South side, fiyc doors East of J. G. Miles' dwelling. Huntingdon, Jan. 23, 1855.
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855
Grand Jurors. Brice Blair, merchant, Dublin. William Clark, farmer, Shirley. William Camp, carpenter, Porter. William Crotsley, farmer, Cass. Richard Chilcote, farmer, Union. Charles Cowdeh. blacksmith. Bradj Henry Cohen, farmer, Barree. David Corbin, farmer, Walker. Alexander Gilleland, farmer, Tell. Joseph Hunter, carpenter, Jackson. John Jones, farmer, Tell. John Kiner, farmer, Franklin. William Long, blacksmith, Henderson, James Morrow, farmer, Dublin. James Maguire, farmer . West. James OrrTell. David Stewart, manufacturer, Jackson Asa Stevens, tailor, Brady. George Swartz, farmer, Cromwell. Lewis Stever, farmer, Cass. Isaac Taylor, farmer, Tod. Samuel Schell, farmer, Hopewell. John Wicks, firmer, Shirley. John Hefner of Jacob, farmer, Walker
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855
PROCJLAJSflATSOHr. \T7iuiib»s, by a precept to me directed by the YV Judges of the Common Please of the county of Huntingdon, bearing test the 20th ot Jan. 1854,1 am commanded lo make Public Proclamation throughout my whole baliwick, lhat a couit of Common Pleas will be held atthe Court House in the borough of Huntingdon, on ihe 3d Monday (and 16th day) of April A. D., 1855, for Ihe trialof all issues in said Court, which remains undetermined before the said Judges, when and where all jurors, witnesses and suitors, in the trials of all issues are required. Dated at Huntingdon the 20th of Jan,, in the vear of our Lord 1855, and the 79lh year of American Independence. . ..JOSHTTA GREENLAND,Sheiiff. ; Sheriffs Office, ' Huntingdon. March 12. 1855.
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855
BLANKS I BLINKS!! BLANKS !! J A full assortment for sale at the "Globe '' ' Of' .' ¦ ' Jice. Deeds• Scmmons', Ex' s, and Thus. Deeds, Executions, MORTGACBS, ' SrjBl'tE.VAS , Bonds, with and without'waiver, Warrants, Leases, Attachments, Committments, Agreements for the sale of Real Estate, Notes relinquishing all benefits of exemption laws.
Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855
Female Library Association. riMJE Library will now be opened for subscri-X bers 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 patron age will enable us to still further increase the interest. By order of the President. Huntingdon. Jan. 93. 1655.
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855
BXECTJTOR'S NOTICE. ^ TOTICE is hereby given lhat letters tesla-J_\ mentary on the will of John Wakeficld late of Barree township, dee'd., have been granted to the undersigned. All persons indebted to the t -ceased are requested to make payment, and those having claims to present them for settlement. • • • JOHN R. HUNTER, Executor. Petersburg, Feb. 6, 1855..
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855
SHERIFF'S SALES. B Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Faccas, Leyari Facias and Venditioni Exponaa, issued out of the Court of Common Pleus of Hun. tingdon county, and to mo directed, I will expose to Public Sale at the Court House in the boro .ugh of Huntingdon, on Tuesday the 10th day of April next, 1S55, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, the following described real estate : One Tract, Piece, Parcel or Tract of of Land, including an interest in the Raystown Branch of the Jujiiata Riycr, containing togethsr si^ty-six acres, be the same more or less, be¬ ing part of a larger tract of land in the name oi James Murdock, and being the mansion place, whereon the widow of Jaincs - JESntrckin ^ Ksq., dee'd., resided before her death. Also one oihcr piece or parcel of land unimproved, containing fifty acres, more or Ices, being part of a larger tract, in the name of Casper Myers, adjoining the said last described other tract. Also one other tract, piece or parcel of land containing nine...
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855
^» RISGI^ ^^ JZ1 WATCH MAKER, Ek Can bo found at E. SNARE'o Jewch-y Store. All work warranted, rnh 13, '55. MASTER MINER WANTED, AT Rough and Ready Furnace. One accustomed to timbering mid that can come well recommended will be paid liberal wages. Apply at the Furnace or by letter directed tc Huntingdon. CHARLES MICKLEY, March 13, 185.5. . Manager. QCIF*S.tiindnrd, Ilollidaysbiirg, give 3 in. and charge this office.' -- S£»ECIA.5j JfiOTICSS. r PHOSE indebted lo the undersigned for Ad-JL vertising and Job Work done during the lime he was editor ol the Huntingdon Journal are hereby notified to pay up immediately, and save costs. The Advertising of course, is sub. ject to the division between the undersigned and the present Journal editor, win ch was, "All advertisements published more than half the 1in}e for which they wore to be inserted, (at the time Brcwsler gat, possession) fall to me—those published less than half the said time, fall to Brevvstcr, and those published just hal...
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 14 March 1855
ITnwise and Unjust. We have heretofore said nothing upon the subject of the late excitement relative to the election of United States Senator, but the bitter and scurrilous attacks in The Pennsylvanian on a number of gentlemen whom we know to be worthy of the esfeern end confidence of the citizens of the entire Commonwealth, impels us to vindicate their characters against the foul aspersions that have been heaped upon them through the columns of that paper. The charge that Mr. Hoge is a drunkard, is a gross'and wicked calumnity. We have the pleasure of Mr Hoge's acquainr tance, and regard him as an honorable and exemplary gentleman, whose private chnracter is above reproach. We have also the pleasure of being acquainted with several other gentlemen whom the Pennsylvaman has denounced in a most unjust manner. -^ Mr. Piatt of the Senate. Mr. Stockdale of the-House, who have also been villainously asr sailled, are both gentlemen of honor, and their Democracy as orthodox as their de...