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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 March 1855
NOTICE X© -BUILDERS. PROPOSA LS will be received on the 26tlw 27th and 28th days of March next, at the Commissioners' Ofiiee, in the borough of italic fonte, Centre county, Pa., for building a Court House in said borough-; a plan and specification of which may be seen at said office. By order of the board of Commissioners of Centre co. tJKO. LIVINGSTON, Glk. Ci»mmi«nioncrf>' Office, mh. 6. 1855.
Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 March 1855
. '. . Pennsylvania- Legislature, Professions . versus -Practice.—Since the s.tate.go vein men t passed into the hands of the anomalous party now in powerwe have quietly watened the eonrse of events whhout, thus far, seeing 1 the fulfilment of any of the promises made previous' to the election. . Know-Nofhirigs seeking office are entirely different from know-nothings in office. Before the election they were eloquent in depicting existing'evils and promising effectual remedies. Among the leading measures to which they pledged themselves, and certainly the most important; were the sale of the pnblic improvements and 1^10 abolition of the canal-board.. In addition to these.the time of naturalization was to be extended, politico-religious associations overthrown, the requirements of the constitution strictly obeyed, 1 and economy and reiorm introduced into every department of the government. Taking them at their word, the voters of the state, by ? 11 unprecedented majority, testifie...
Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 March 1855
SHERIFF'S SAL3S. BY virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facoas, Lcvari Facias and Vcudkioni !£xnouss, ih. sued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Hun. tingdon county, and to me" directed, I will-ex. pose to Public Sale at the Court House in the borough of Huntingdon, o.n 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 llaystown Branch of the Juniata River, containing together sixty.sis acres, be the same in ' prc or less, be¬ ing part of a larger tract of hind in the name of J nines Murdoch, and being the mansion place, whereon the widow of James Eutrckin, Esq., dee'd., - resided before her death. Also one oilier piece or parcel of land unimproved, containing rii' ty acres, more or )t:ss; being- part of a lar. ger tract, in the name of Casper Myers, adjoining the said last described other trwet. Also one other tract, piece or parcel of land ...
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 March 1855
.The "Journal/' and ITS Consistency. We have at last succeeded in 'waking up the hypocritical ado'ie-Heads of the Huntingdon Journal, and promise to beep them awake for some time. To show the consistency of .the Journal we will give a feW extracts from that paper: Before the late General election the Journal gave, its opinion of Kno.vvJSfothingism in the.following words : - • ( \s it not btit'aplan for office ' hinders to raise themselves to posts which have long eluded/their grasp % Is it not a secret, association avowedly for political purposes, and THEREFORE VVORSE'tHAN ANY OF THE SECRET ASSOCIATIONS in THEIR WORST DAYS?" After the result of tbd~eleelion became known we find the following in the Journal: "We have the proud gratification of announcing .to our friends a glorious triumph of American (Know Nothing) principles thro'- out the State." With the .permission of the hhnimal of the Journal,we, will state how it happened that he got himself into such a split sticK. He w...
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 March 1855
tiou held in this place on Friday last. _Wi are not certain that all the successful candi datesare members of "a secret association worse than any of the secret associations h their worst days," and therefore shall wai until ive hear from the knowing ones, befon we give them the political position, they.an by right entitled to enjoy.- Those in italics have heretofore acted with the Democratii party, and those in roman have heretofore ac ted with the Whig party. Huntingdon Borough. Justice of the Peace. David Snare, • ' 140 Andrew S. Harrison , . 132 Daniel Africa, 49 Owen Boat, ¦ . ' 68 Scattering. 5 School Directors. M. F. Campbell, ' 155 Wm. Glasgow; " - 150 S. T. Brown , ' 79 George Taylor, 74 Constable. S. S. Smith , : ... ' 344 Henry Hazzard, 30 Auditor. Theo. H. Cremer, 11? Borough and Township. Judge. Borough, Township. James Port, 118 42 James J. Goodman , 67 46 Inspectors: Edmund Snare, • 125- 34 S. T. Broicriy 69 35 Assessor. John Flenner , 127 71 John Simpson , 76 32 As...
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 March 1855
JSJILJSJS STE5S.rH, No. 145, North THIRD Street, (3 doors above Eagle Hotel, PHIL \ UELPHI A. Wholesale ©eaSea* In Fancy Dress Trimmings, and Millinery Goods , ami Manufa cturer of Fancy Silk Bonnets, "CREEPS constantly on hand a very extensive iV assortment of SHks, Ribbons, Laces. Embroideries, Flower-, Bonnet Frames. Gimps, Fringes, besides a great va'iety of other F.mcy Goods. He solicits a call from country Merchants visiting the Oiiy, and azures thi'in thai (hey will he ?ure to find any article above mentioned, at the lowest prices. March 13. 1855-^-3 m Estate of Thomas Johnston, deca. "VTOTICE is hereby given that letters tcsta-J_\ mentary on the will of Thomas Johnston of West township, dee'd., have been granted to thcundersigned. A.11 persons indebted to the deceased are requested .to make payment, and those having claims to present them for settlement. JOSEPH JOHNSTON, Executor. Feb. 27, 1855.* WAR AT HARRISBTTRG-. HRHOSE knowing themselves to have unsettled J[ accou...
Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 March 1855
REGISTER'S 2TOTICE, "V["0TICE is hereby given to all Persons inler-_[_\j ested that the folio wins; Sfcri.e'l persons have set-led their account- , m the Register's olHc.e at Hunthigd^n and ihit he said accounts will he presented for confirmation a:id allowance, at an Orphans' Court to be hc'd'a 't Huntingdon in and for said county of Huutingdou, on Wednesday the 1 I tli dny uf April next. 1355, to wit i 1. William V' uore, Adininiflraior of William J'e'lViacje, late of Barree township, d«'i;'d. 2. Georsn MeCrum, jAdministiator of Martha Sellridge, late of Barr ' -o township, dec'd^, 3. James (, 'oy, .\ilininistr.ifoi of John ^ C,oy, late of Birree township, dec 'i) . - . <J. John Owens, Esq.. and'Peter Buiket Guardians of J.imes Uor, one of iho minor Children of Joshua f 'ox. late of Warriursinarli iowns>hiii. deed. 5. ' Georsrc P. Wakefield, Adminis'rator of John W. Withingtoix, " lale of Shirley township, dee'd. 6. John Snyder, Administr.-.tor <le bonis n...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 March 1855
JUNIATA. ACADEMY. rpHE Summer Session of this Institution, Io. X cated in Shirlcysburg, will commence ftlav 1st, 1855, and continue five months. The location being pleasant, free from the Ague and Fever of the Juniala Val. ley, and easy of access by a daily line of Coa.chea from Mt. Union, seven miles distant., on the Central R R., is well suited as a retreat for 3'outh leaving home for a High •School. In addition to good buildings, there is provided a Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus at a cost ofovcrfjdOOO. No ardent spirits are sold jn the town, and boarding can be had as reasonable as anywhere else in the centre of the State. The Principal has secured the assistance of Mr. E. P. SWIFT, A. B. of Jefferson College, and the son of the Rev. E. P. SWIFT, D. D. No reasonable pains will be soared to give literary training, along with all proper attention to the moral and religious culture of the pupils, in order to prepare for <»ntcring our best colleges, and especially i...
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 March 1855
Dw ^ Some few individuals , including the addle-headed editors of the Huntingdon Journal, who are employed to do the dirty work for the bigoted leaders of the Know Nothing Order , have latel y been very industriousl y engaged in circulating that weare a Catholic. "-3« We can inform all who have any desire to know, that we never have been a Catholic—neither are we a hypocritical professor in any other church. Can the addle-heads of the V Journal, and other6 who appear to be peculiarly interested, look an honest community in the face and say the same % We have a fiiendly feeling towards christians of all ehurches,—weare tolerant in our . opinions—and we believe a good Catholic ¦ must be an honest man , and as such, if be be an American citizen . , is entitled to the enjoyment of the same privileges claimed by worshippers in any other church. In this county, many of its oldest citizens are Catholics, and they have always beer, considered as respec-^ >JabIe and as good ci...
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 March 1855
DC?" The Journal addle-heads are sorely troubled because we presumedlto express an opinion favorable to the selection of Simon Cameron a. U itited btates senator, we have no voice in the. Know-Nothing councils, and solong as the members of that order acted as one man anil supported this caucus'nomineesVe were, .content • with the position of a lookei>on. But as' soon as we discovered the glaring evidence that tfie Whig and Abolition politicians, the mast corrupt, in the State, had been making "hewers of wood and drawers of water " of the Demo¬ cratic Know-Nothings for the purpose of. having themselves elevated to all the offices of honor and profit, we appointed ourself a committee of one with power to instruct Gen. Cameron, (as there was no ppssible chance for the success of the Democratic canons nominee or any other old Jino Democrat) to continue to point upV> And until we can see,a possible chance for the.election of one of our own h*rusehold we shall continue...
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 March 1855
©assGitsSiOJa . ©£ PartnersEiiip. r niIE eo-pnrtnership heretofore existing be-X tween F. & C, Schneider, was this day dis. solved by mutual consent. The books of the firm are in the hands of F. Schneider, and all persons indebted will call and settle on or before the first of April next—after that datu the books will be placed in the hands of a Justice for collection, ' . . F. SCHNEIDER, C. SCHNEIDER. March 12, ' 1855. A-<l5nr iisirator's Kotsce. Estate of Mary Flemming. deceased. Estate of Martha Robison, deceased. VTOTICE is hereby given that Letters of Ad-X\ ministration of the estates of said dece. dents, were this day granted to the undersigned, and all persons having claims against the said estates or either of them, will present their claims to, and all persons knowing themselves indebted will make payment to SAMUEL FLEMMING. Barree township, March 10, 1855.* Executor's BJofice. T ETTERS testamentary having been granted J _j to the undersigned on the Wil...
Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 March 1855
Sbirle^djnrg Female Seminary, Shirleysburg, Huntingdon co., Pa. fpHE subscriber gives notice that he has as. .1 sumed the charge " of thi-s Institution as Principal, and thut he will open it for the re^ep. lion of pupils on Wednesday May 2d. It possescs superior attractions in its healthful lo. cation, convenient buildings and handsome grounds. The Principal flutters himseJflhai equal advantages will be found in the acquirements of his lady and himself, and their skill gained by long experience in New Yo?k City and other )>1>iccs. They will spare no exertion to give their pupils a thorough'intellectual training, a cultivated taste, polished manners, ind above all, moral culture founded on pure Shristianitv without sectarian bias. The charge for board withJGtiglish tuition, will be per term of 22 wcefe, <362 50 ¦Day tuition per quarter S4 to 86 Reasonable extra charges will be made for Ancient and Modern Languages, Music, Drawing and Painting. Till the openin...
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 March 1855
STOVES! STOVES !! STOVES Jj| WHOLESALE -^ ti f ^S f . , RETAIL. "Hp^ THE undersigned would respectfully call the attention of Stove dealers-, and those in want of a Stove for Parlor,' Dining-room ;ind Kitchen to our extensive assortment of every description of STOVES to viz : Bay State Six holes on top, Globe C' '*)k, Buck's Cook for wood, Modern Troi', Complete Cook, Sweet Home, Lilly Dalei Yocuui Cook, HagarCeok and Par. lor STOVES of different kinds, too numerous to mention : also, to our celebrated MacGregor Heating Stove for parlor, hotels, hulls, and largo stoves warranted to give more heat with ane quarter the fuel, than any other stove now made. We are agents for Bahstow & Go's celebrated stoves, which for fineness of casting, du. rability nnd utility', not. to be excelled. Also, Queen's Patent Portable FORGES, tbc best now in use. References in regard to the above stoves are always to be seen at our store. NEMAN ,& WARNICK, . N. E. Corner SECOND &...
Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 March 1855
Hotice to Contractors. SEALED proposals ' will he received at the Engineers office of the Huntingdon and Broad Top Mountain R. R., up to'April 10th, for the laying, of the track from Sec. 1 to 28 inclusive ; also the ballasting- of Sections 12 to 28 inclusive. Specifications can be had at the office ten days prior to letting. H. S. WILSON, ¦ Engineers office, Hunr. March 20. Eng. - Administrator's Notice. F ETTERS of Administration have been grant. JLj ed 1o me upon the estate of Captain Wil. Ham Johnston, late of Barree township, dee'd. All persons indebted will make payment, and t'ho r se having claims will present them to me for settlement. ROBERT JOHNSTON Jackson tp. Maoh 20, 1855.* Admr. 7 notice! ALL persona having; unsettled accounts in the books of the subscriber, arc informed that such accounts have been left with William Dorris, Jr., Esq. All interested will please call and make settlemcntat as early a day as possible. M- A. HENDERSON, Huntingdon, March 21, 1855.*
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 March 1855
Died—In Henderson township, on the 14th inst., after a short illness, J. McCahtny Pankdy, aged 31 years. MARRIED, . In Huntingdon ot Couts' Franklin Hmvc on Wcdnrsday evening- the 7th inst., by the Rev, \V. M. Deatrick, Mr. Alexander Ale of Sabbath Rest, BUir co., and Miss M.vnv A, jMommkii of Water Street." In McConnellstowr. on tha overnnjr of the 8th inst., by the same, Mr. William M. Pipkr of Alexandria and Miss Caroline, eldest daughter of Mr. John Snyder of the former place. In /fnntingdnn on2(i inst. by Rev. J. B- Wil. liams . Mr. W.H. Fisijeh to .Miss S. A. Baird. PHILADELPHIA MARKETS. Monday, March 19, P. it f.—Cloverseed 8. ! ) ,7.'> per 64 lbs ;—The Flour mnrket is quirt. Small lots for home:consumption from $9,25 uptoSll per barrel.—Grain—Whits wheat is in demand at. S2 . 22 a 2,25 pep bushel ; red sells at 82,18 a 2,20. Rye is worth 1,25. Corn is quoted at90 cents. Oats arc worth 55 cents per bushel.
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 March 1855
Know-Nothing Hypocrisy.. It is a well known fact that whilst the Rev. Stephen Miller, editor of the Harrisburg Telegraph, boasts of ministering to the spiritual wants of four hundred aud forty-four communicants, and affects publicly to be horror stricken at the dangerous tendencies of Catholicism and foreign influence, privately, among intimate friends, he laughs in his sleeve at the du^pea who obey his nefarious behests. He has frequently acknowledged, with a monky-likegrin on his saintly countenance, that "Catholics were as good citizens and as republican in feeling as any other class of professing Christians; " yetfor the sake of power and plunder—for the sake of being recognized as one of the " meek and lowly," he would persecute with fiend-like ferocity, poor, innocent men, women and children, and gloat over the misfoitunes and ignorance of his fellow-man. May God in His wisdom have mercy on .his soul !—liarrisburg Dem. Union.
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Huntingdon Globe — 21 March 1855
Important to Postmasters and to the Public. We are requested to call special attention to the law just passed by Congress modifying the rates of postage, &c, particularly to those provisions requiring that all letters between places in the United States shall be prepaid from and after the 1st of April, 1855, by stamps or otherwise and that, from and after the first day of January next postmasters must place postage stamps upon all prepaid letters upon which sueh stamps may not have been placed by the writer?, or which may not be enclosed in stamped envelopes. From and after the first of April, 1855, the postage to be charged on each single letter for any distance in the United States not exceeding 3.000 miles is three cents, and over 3, 000 miles ten cents. The law does not change the existing rates or regulations in regard to letters to or