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ording to these tartan.
Local or Special Notice., 10 cents a line for stogie in
sertion. By the year at a reduced i nto.
Our prices for tha printing of Blanks, Handbills, etc.
are reasonably low.
Vroftssionatt Nitsincss garbs.
DR. A. B: BRUMBAUGII,
Haring permanently located at Huntingdon, otters
'lts professional services to the community.
°Mee, the *mato as that lately occupied by Dr. Loden
on Hill street. ap10,1:66
prugH. JOHN 11IeCULLOCH, offers his
_ professional services to the citizens oT Huntingdon
n vicinity. Wine on Hill street. one door cast of Heed's
Store. Aug. 20, 'L6."
R. ALLISON MILLER, •-4P' - =.:
DR yTIST, II47=
bus removed to the Brick 800 °melte the Court Howe
April 13, 1859.
• DENTIST. ' 111....
„ (kilos rOnio'ved to t. eiater'd New Building,
lUD 'street. 11 - umitgdon.
A I). ..VOIENSTON,
kat rEDltet ticsuittivlcE A GEN 2;
Office oh Smith street.
e ir A. POLLOCK,
SehVEYOR &REAL ESTArEAGENt,
WM attend to Surveying In all It. branches, and 5 , ..111
buy and sell Reel Estate in any part of the United States.
Send for circular. slec29.tf
SYLV &NUS BLAIR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office on HID street, three &ore west of Smith. loys'G9
J. MALL Yell3lt.
MUSSER &; FLEMING,
Mee second door of Mister's building, ou 11111 street.
Pensions and other claims promptly collected. myarn9
EENC Y FOR COLLECTING
SOLDIERS' CLAMS, BOUNTY, BACK PAY AND
All who may have any claims or,alnat the Government
for Bounty, Back Pay and Pension., eau have their claime
promptly collected by apply tug either In person or by let
W. H. WOODS,
ATTORNEY AT I,llr.
HUN TINGDON, PA
lONZ SCOTT, SAMUEL S. MAT,
The name of this firm has been chang
ed from scori a. BROWN, to
SCOTT, BROWN & BAILEY,
under which name they will hereafter conduct their
ATTORNEYS IT LA IN HUNTINGDON,
PENSIONS, and all claimer ofeoldiora and auldlere heir.
apkinat the Government, will be prota,ptly prmocuted.
P. ll wP 4t .
1 0 P.
S. ALLEN LOVELL,
3istriot Attorney of Huntingdon County,
OFFICE—In tho room lately occupied by It. 14. Speer.
P.M. Lytle & Milton S. Lytle,
ATTORNEIS AT LAW,
Hare fanned a partneMair under life namo and firm
P. M. S M. S. LYTLE,
Am) hare removed to the office on the nom)/ aide of
11111 erect. fourth door meet of Smith.
They will attend promptly to alt Linde of legal bnai•
nem cotruated to their care. api-tf
MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALRE
WILLOW AID SLEIGH BASKETS,
Orall sizes and descriptions,
ALEXANDRIA, HUNTINGDON CO., PA.
Air For neat JOB PRINTING, call at
the ''GLOBE Jan PRINTINO CITICE,"Itt Hun
THE undersigned would respectfully
'annouuce that, in connection with their TANNERY,
they have Just opened& splendid assortment of
Consisting in part of
'FRENCH CALF SKIN;
Together with a general Assortment of
EIRIDEIRIbr 3 .
The trade is invited to call and examine our stock.
Store on HILL street, two doom west of the Presl,3 tor
The highest price paid for HIDE% and BARK.
C. H. MILLER & SON.
uunu n don, Oct. 28,1868
NEW LEATHER HOUSE.
THE Flll3l or LEAS & McVITTY,
have leaned the large fire story Leather Haute,
From James Naulty,
ICI 432, NORM THIRD STREET, PUILADELPIII A,
And Intend doing a Ride and Leather Commission Bust
Their eons D. P. LEAS, and T. E. McVITTY, are there,
and authorized to carry on the business for them—as
'they are young men of good moral character, and tine
business qualifications. They solicit the patronage of
their brother Tanners in the county and elsewhere.
ear—They still will continue to keep a good assortment
of Spanish and Slaughter Sole Leather on hands, at their
;Tannery, near Three Spins, Huntingdon County, Pa.
.mars-tf. LEAS a McVJTTY.
&ISAAC K. STAUFFER,L
WATCHES and JEWELRY,
No. 148 North 2d Street, corner of Quarry,
An assortment of Watches, Jewelry, Silver end Plated
Ware constantly on hand.
41-Repairing of Watches and Jewelry promptly at
tended to. Aug. 11-ly
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
. 1 00
WM. LEWIS, HUGH LINDSAY, Publisher&
NEW STORE IN HUNTINGDON.
JAMES A. BROWN has just opened
on the second floor of bis brick building, where buyors
will find one of the largest and best assortments of
VENITIAN and SCOTCH HEMP
Etri e r) etgap
Also, COCOA and CANTON MAT
TINGS, and FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
liver offered in central Pennsylvania.
It to well known that a merchant who deal. entirely in
one line of goods buying largely from manufacinrers Is
enabled to give his customers advantages In prices and
'assortment (in that line ofgoods) that are nut to be found
hi sores professing to du nil kinds of business.
I sllodl aim therefore to make it tin interest of all to
tho abide goods, to buy at the regular Carpet
and Off ttlth Store.
sita-Dealeth WE tiny of me by the roll at wholesale
apl3*G9 JAMES A DROWN.
West Huntingdon Foundry.
JAMES SIM PSON
PLOWS, THRESHING MACHINES,
FARM BELLS, SLED AND SLEIOII SOLES,
VAGON BOXES, IRON KETTLES,
Pvt. Furnaces, Forges, a r;ot and Saw Mills, Tanneries
AND JOB WORK IN GENERAL.
ARCHITECTURAL lc ORNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT.
Iron Porticos and Verandahs,
Balconies, Columns and Drop Otuatuorit for tvocden
pot tiros and verandahs,
Whitlow Linteli and Sill 9,
Cast Orninnotits fur wooden lintels,
Cellar G indow Guards all tiers,
Chimney Toes mud Flues,
bash Weights, Carpet Strips,
.11egiotrifi, Heaters, Coal Grates,
Vault Castings for coal and wood cellars,
Arbors, Tree-boxes, lattupposts, Hitching-posts.
Iron Balling for porticos, verandahs, balconies, flower.
Yard cud Cemetery Fence., etc.
Partictdor Ml.mtion raid tofericiv Clutcfcry Luis.
Address JAMES SIMPS')N,
BLAKE & McNEIL,
Vtirceneors to J. M. CUNNINGHAM A SOS,)
Iron and Brass Founders,
IRON and 131lASS CASTINOS made In a first ernes
. Foundry. 11 a hero always on hand all
I W allll4 kinds of lion and Stye° Lasting, itiash
hettlas,Cellar.a Ind.% e, Grates, Coal bole
Castings lot pavements, Window malghte
! • .•••!..r'r . du all elms and %eights, Pipc.lolute, tiled
and sleigh soles, Wagon boxes, Machina Castiugs. for
steam end water, glint, sale, sumac uus plaster mills of
IIEATERS AND IRON FENCES,
of the tno4 improved at} le, oven doors and frames, door
sills, and ill fact eserything made in this lino.
We hat e a larger stock of patterns. and eau fur nial, cas
tings at short notice. nod cho.rper than they can be had
in the country. Haring a good drill, wo aro prepared to
do dulling and fitting up of all hinds.
0111 co In Liestars' hew Building, Hill street, Hunting
11eh.17,1869. BLAKE 4. MchLIL.
STEAM PEARL MILL,
THIS MILL is a complete success in
Um manufacture of FLOUR, kn.' It Lao lately Loin
thorouglsly repulsed and is now lu good sunning order
and In full operation.
the burrs aUd'Atip - tiele mo:, nett and of superior qual
ity-cannot be - excelled. we arb - gratified to litn.w
that our work has given entire eatlsfactien to our custo
mers; to whom we tender our tbauks.
We bare In our employ ono of the best millers to the
county, and nfelthtul and capable engineer. Thus equip
pad and encouraged, we are determined to persevere in
our efforts to aceolutrueltto and please the public, hoping
thereby to met it and receive a liberal shore of patronage
to sustain us in our enterprise for the public lutereet.
Market price paid for the different kinda at grain on
Flour and Chop, on hand, for pale.
JOHN K. McCAIIAN L
luntlugdou, Nov. 20,1861
NOTICE 'TO ALL.
HILL STREET MARKET,
Opposite Leister's Building.
11) G. MORRISON respectfully- in.
forms tho citizens of Iluutingdon and vicinity
mat te continues the Jonah =clot business In all ita va
rious inarithes, and will keep constantly on hand
Fresh Beef, Pork, Pudding and Sausage, teat
Poet mud Pork, Canned Fruit and Vegetables :
Spices of all kinds, Catnaps and Sauce's, Teua,
Soaps, Cheese, Salt Lord, dc, &a.,
A II of which he aill continuo to sell et reason/lb/a pi ices
The highast•pricee paid for hides sad tallow. Thomas
Colder, at Alexandria, and March & Bro., at Cullen Rua,
are my agents to purchase at their place..
Thaukiul for past patronage, 1 solicit a continuance of
the same. R. O. MORRISON.
Huntingdon, Ap.l4, 1869.
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID
G. B. ARMITAGE,
Represent the most reliable Companies in
the Country. Rates as low tus is consistent
with reliable indemnity. sop 2,'68.
pital Represented over $14,000,0
OIL CLOTH WINDOW SHADES
GILT GOLD SHADES,
TAPE, CORD AND .7'ASSALS
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE
A. G. POSREEMITE & CO.
General Commission Merchants
Wheat, Coro, Oats, Rye, Bark, Butter, Egge, Lard,
No. 264 South Front Street,
A. G. Postlethwaite,
J. 0. MeNaughton.
M. MARION AIcNIIIL
POZ TILL eau OP
_HUNTINGDON, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1860.
OOD Entvz Hui CoSisionWeAtaft.
p R 0 C LAMATION.-NOTICE OF
TO BE HELD ON
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12th, 1869.
Pursuant to an act of tho Geoeral Assembly of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, emitted .A 0 Act relm
hag to the elections of this Commonwealth," approved
the second day of July. Anno Domini 1830, I, U. It. P.
NBP.LT, lllgb Sheriff of tho county of Huntingdon,
Penneyv Buda, do het eby tonke known and give notice to
the electors of the comity aforesaid, that an election will ,
be held In the said county of Huntingdon, on the Ist ;
Tuesday after the eecond Monday of October, (being the
12111 day of OCTOBER) at which time the following of.
deers will be elected:
One person for the office of Governor of the Oommon.
wealth of Penns) ironic
One person for the Oleo of Judge of the Supreme Court
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Two persons to represent the counties of Huntlugdon,
Juniata and UlNin , in the Homo of Representatives of
the Commonwealth of, Pennsylvania.
One person for the office. of District Attorney of Hunt.
One person for tho office of Prothodotary of Hunting.
One person for the office of Register cold Recorder of
One person for tho office of Treasurer of Huntingdon
Ono poreon for the office of County Commissioner of
One person for the office of Director of tlio Poor of
Ono person for the office of Awlitor of Huntingdon Co.
In pursuance of said act, I also hereby make known and
glee notice, that the places of holding the aforesaid spa.
cud election In the several electiotedistricts a Rhin the said
county of Huntingdon, are as (uncles, to wit:
let district, composed of the too nehlp of Ilenderson, at
the Union School House.
2.1 district, composed of Dublin township. et Pleaeaut
Hill School Home, noar Joseph Nelson'e; in cold towuship.
3d district, composed of so much of Warrinrsmark town
ship, as is not included in the 10th district, ht the school
house adjoining the town of Warriorsinark.
4th district, composed of the too whip of Hopewell, et
Rough and Ready Furnace.
6th district, composed of the township of Barree, at the
house of James Livingston, in the Rion of Saulsburg, In
6th district, composed of the borough of Shirle3sburg,
and all that part or the township of Shirley not included
within the limits of District No. 24. es heleinafter men
tioned and described, nt the house of David Prober, deed,
7th district,composid of Porter and part of Walker town
ship, and so much of West towuship no is included in the
following boundaries, to wit: Beginning at the south-west
corner of Tobias Caufman's Farm on the ban': of the Little
Juniata river, to the lon or end of Jackeon's nerrons,
therieo in a north:, estorly direction to the most southerly
park df the farm on lied by Michael Maguire, then.. north
40 degrees west to the top of Titstroy's mountain to Inter
sect the lilt, et Franklin township, thonco along the said.
line to I.ittlo Juniata river, thence down Gm inane to the
place of beginning. at the public school house opposite the
German Reform.' Church, in the borough of Alexandria.
lth district, eomposed of the township of Franklin, at
the house of Geo. W. Mahan. in geld township.
Mb district, composed of Tell township, at the Union
school Immo, near the Union Meeting house, In meld twp.
101 k district, composed of Springfield township. at the
school house, near Hugh Madden 's. in sold toenail!).
11th district, coinposed of Union township, at Grant
action' loose, in Ito borough of Mapletou in said top.
12th district, composed of Brady tow n,tip , nt tile Centre
school house, in said township.
13th district, composed of Morris ton nsitip, at public
school house No. 2, in said tun nehip.
14th district, composed of that pat t of West tont:fillip
sot included in 7th mid 26th districts, at the public school
honeo on the farm now owned by Mlles howls, (formerly
owned by James Emits) in said township.
15th district, composed of Walker township, at the house
of Benjamin Magalty, in M'Connellston n.
16th district, composed of the tun midi, of Toil, at the
Green school bowie, in sold township.
17th district, composed of Oneida too nehip, at tho house
of William Long, Wenn Springs.
18th district, composed of CI moo ell ton nship, at the
houso now occopled by Da: id Eloise, in Chignon..
101 l district, composed of the but ought of Btrothiglinm,
with the several tiaras of laud mar to mei attached to the
same, now owned and occupied by Thoome 31.0. one. John
K. McCall., Audiew Bober., John Hensimer and WM,
Gensimer, nod the tiara of land now owned by George end
John Shoenberger. lowan as the Porter tract. situate in
the township of Wel i iorsmark, et the public school house
in said borough,
20th district, composed of tlin township of Cass, at the
public school houso in Cossrille, In said township.
21st district, composed of the township of Joiltson, at
tit° public house of Eduard 'Attlee, at tleAlemy 'a Fort,
in said towuslnp.
22d district, composed of the township of Clay, at the
oublic school house in Scales ille.
231.1 district, composed of the tow 'whip of Penn, at the
public school house in Matkimburg, in odd tom twilit,.
24th gists let, composed and crested as Mimi s. to silt:—
That all that part of Shirley township, ihintiogolon coon
ty,l3lng and being o Olin the following described b un
dories, (except the borough of Montt Utlion,) namely :
Beginning at rho intersection of Union and Shirley
to uship lines with the Jkosieln river. on the south side
theieof ; theneo along said Union township line for the
dietetic° of three miles flout said river; thence east
wardly, by a straight Ile, to the point w hero the main
from Eitl'e mill to Herman) , valle),erosses the summit of
Sandy ridge; thence not (hi:artily along the summit of
Sandy ridge to the its er J iodate, and thooce up said river
to the piece of begioning, shall hereafter forte a separate
election dint riot ; that the qualified voters of said election
district shall hereafter hold their general and township
elections to the pkiblie schtiol house in :donut Union, iu
25th district, composed of all that part of th., Borough
of Ilimithigdon, lying east of Bath street, tool also all
those parts of Welkin- L end Porno toss apps, heretotote
voting iu the Borough of Huntingdon, at tho c ,et a in.
dow of the Court House, in ,add borough.
26th district, Collll,oe.i of all OW pm( of the Borough
of llontiogdon, I)iog west of Bath street. at Cm west
window of the Com t Hasten, in said Borough.
27th district, composed of tho borough of Peterwborg
and that part of West township, west and uorth of u lino
between Henderson and IVest towuships, nt or soar the
Worm Swinges, to the Firattklin township lino on the top
of Tessey's mouuhdn, so a, to tetc4aide in the new district
the houses of David Waldsmith.decob Longenecker, Thos.
iletner,Jaines Cotter, and John Wall, at the schooldomm
in the botough of Petereburg.
2 8th district, composod ofJunlida tawnship, at the house
of .loin Peightal, on the lambs of Henry !tubbing.
28th district, eOniposed of Carbon township, moonily
erected out of a part of the territoiy of Tod townehlp, to
wit : commencing at a Chestnut Oak, on tho boom& Ter
ence mountain, at the Hopewell township line opposite the
dividing, ridge, in Um Little Valley; thence south fifty-two
degrees, east tine° hundrud and sixty perches, toe stone
heap on the IVestern Summit, of Brood Top momitnin ,•
thence tioith sixty-seven degrees, east threo litindro I and
twelee perches, to a yellow pine; thence soak liftrtoto
degrees, oast so, en hundred and eeventydno perches, ton
Chestnut Oak; thence south fourteen &grecs, east three
hundred and fifty ono porches, ton Chestnut at the east
end of Henry S. Green's land: Conic. Muth thia ty-oue and
a half degrees, rust two hundred and ninety-four pevolvel,
to si Chestuut Oak on the summit of a spur of Broad Top,
on the western side of Joi: Torrers farm; south,
five degrees, east nine hundred and thirty-four perches. to
stone heap on ilia Clay townehip lino, at the Public
Sckool House, in tho villago of Dudley.
30th district, composed of the Invongli of Coolniont, at
the public school house in said borough.
31st district, composed of Lim alit township, beginning
at a pine on tho summit of Tussey inountaiu on the flue
between Blair and lluotingdon counties, thence by the
division line south. fifty.eight degrees emit seven hund
red and nitietreight perclkos to a black oak In middle of
township; thence forty-two and ono larilf degree's exalt
eight hundred end two perches to a plot on eukurniC of
Tet t ace; theuco by Ilea of Tod township its cot nor of Penn
township; thence by the lines of the toss tulip of Penn to
Um:summit of Tussey mountain; titmice Mang said slum
mit with line of Blair county to place of beginuing, St
Goff.: titan School house.
32et district, composed of the borough of Mapleton, at
the Grant mitten house in salt borough.
334 dintrict.cowposed of the borough of Mount Union,
at school house No. 1, iu said borough.
84th district. composed of the itoroogh of Broad 'fop
City, at the Public School House, in said Borough.
I also melee kuown and give notice, as in and by the
13th section of the aforesaid act 1 ton dimeted, that -en.
esy person. exceptangjustices of tlko peace, tells shall
hold any office or appointment of prollt or inlet Lauder
the gm cement of the United Stakes, or of this Slate, or
of any city or corporated district, whether a conintisdon.
ed omen- or intent, who is or ellen be employed under
the legislative, ex.:tithe or toliciikr3 depui puma of this
State, or of the United Statue, or of any city or item pa
rated district, and elan, that essay member of Congress,
nod of the Stole Legis !alum end of the seloet or coin ,
mon council of any oily. Commissioners ni Italy incorpora
ted gists pct, is by law incapable of hunting or *xercising
at the mine time, the Mere ur appointment of Judge, in
specter or dolt of okay electiou of lids Conk inonwealth,
and flint Ito luso, clot or juilAr, or other °flitter of any
such election shall he eligible to any race to be then rO.
Also, Olaf in the 4th section of tlie Act of A ssembl,
entitled '‘An Act relating to eXectillone and tor other
purposes," appt °sail Aprillealt, 1810, it is emit:led that
the aforesaid 13th section "shall not be so rotten ued as
to prevent any militi,n or borough of from serving tin
judge, or inspector.or Meek of any general or epecial
olectiou in this Conituonwealth."
By the act of Assembly of 1869, known as the Regis
try Law, it le provided Callous:
1. ..ilect ion OWNS Ale to spun the polls bet wren the
hours of six end eleven, A. M., oil the kl ky of uteCtion.—
Before six o'clock in the met oho; of second Tuesday of
October they aro to receive Rom the County Commis
stoners the Registered List of Volute and all necessary
election blanks, and they mu to permit no men to vote
whose name is not on said list, miles, lie shall mule
proof of hie right to vote its follower
;_2. The poison whose name is not on the list, claiming"
the light to vote must produce a qualified voter of the
dietslct to en c.' in a wt hien 05 ;a Hued Randal at to the
14.31dt:int, of the claimant it tho disttirt for at beast tee
days neXt preceding call election, detailing cioat ly
u here the I esidenee of the person vote.
3. The party claliuing the right to vote shall also
make an affidavit, stating to the host of his ltu.w ledge
end belief whet. and when he was born, that to is a
citizen of remisylsania and of the United Gatos. that he
has resided iu the btato one year, or, if homely a citi
zen therein and moused thorefk om, that Ito has resided
therein six months next plecediug, said election, that he
has not moved iuto the district for the purposo of voting
therein, that ho ban paid a Slats or county tax within
two years vi Lich was assessed at least ten days before
the election, and the affidavit shall state :Oleo and
where tho tax was assessed and paid, and tho tax receipt
must be produced unless the affiant dual mato that it
has been lost or destroyed, or that ho received none.
4. If the applicant be a naturalized citizen, he must,
in addition to the foregoing proofs, state in bls affidavit
when, 'where, and by what murt be was naturallsod and
• produce Ids cordite:die of naturalization.
S. Every pereon, claiming to be • nekturalleedi citizen,
whether on the iggistry list, or producing allidavits as
nfotwitild, Atilt be required bud (Once his naturalization
certifibdie hi the election haute !nag. except where ho
has been Rh ten joilta consecutifely ajuter to the dis
trict where be offers to mote- and orsi.h vote of such a
person being received, the ,
Officers are to write
or clamp the word "voted" on his Certificate with the
mouth and year, Mid no other vote can bu coot that day
in virtue of said certificate except where cone are entitled
to vete upon the naturalization of their father.
6. If the person Claiming to vote who is not regidieiod
shall make au affidavit that lie is a motive born citlieli
of the Uo Bad States, or, if burn eleewhere, shall Produce
evidence of his naturalization, or thot he is entitled to
citizenship by realm% of hid father's miturdlizatiou, and
further, that he id between 21 and Te year. of age, and
lies resided in the State emu year, 110 , 11 U the election
district ten Jays next preceding the electiun, he shall be
entitled to vote though he shall not have pa d taxes."
In accordance with toe provision of the Bth section of
an net entitled "A further supplement to the election
Laws of this Commonwealth," I publish the following:
WIILIMIS, By thu act of the Congress of the United
States, entitled "an act to amend the several nets hereto.
fore passed to provide for the enrolling and tolling oat of
the national forced, and for other purpodes,"and approved
March 3,1,18115, all persons who have deserted the milli.,
ry or naval service of the United States and whd hare not
been discharged or relieved from the penalty or disability
thereto provided, are deemed and taken to have volunta
rily relinquished and forfeited their rights of CititeLlVlllp
and their rights to become citizens, and are deprived of
exercising any rights of citizens thereof:
And whereas, Persons not tit izend of the United States
are not, under the Constitution and lam of Pennsylvania
qualified electors of this Commonwealth.
. . . .
fiEcnol4 1. lk it enacted, do., That in all °tedious bore.
after to be hold to this Commonwealth, It shall he unlaw
ful for thu Judge or Inspectors aims such election to re.
colon any ballot or ballots from any person or persons
embraced In the provisions and sultjtoct to the disability
Imposed by said uct of Congrescapprored March ad, ist,
and it challis unlawful for any such persoll Id Offer to
vote any ballot or ballots.
SEC. 2. That ifany each Judge and Inspectore of election,
or any one of them shall receive or consent to receive any
each unlawful ballot or ballot. from nay such disqualified
person, he or they so offending shall be guilty of a mis
demeanor, and on convlation thereofin any court of quar
ter sessions of this commonwealth; he shall for each of
fence, be sentenced to pay a fine of not US$ than one hun
dred dollars, and to undergo an imprisonment to the Jail
of the proper county for not lees thou silty days.
Sac. 3. That If any person deprived of citizenship, and
disqu.tlided xe aforesaid, shall, at any election hereafter
to bo field in this commonwealth, vote ' or tender to the
officore thereof, and offer to vote, a ballot or ballot., any
person so offending shall be deemed guilty of a tided°•
unmoor, nod on conviction thereof in any court of quarter
sessions of this commonwealth, shall for each offence be
punished in like mnoner as is provided in the prctoding
section of this act in case of officers of election receiving
any such unlawful ballot or bellots.
SECTION 4. That if any person shall hereafter persuade
or ad, lie any person or perilous, deprived of citizenship
or disqualified its aforesaid, to offer any ballot or ballots
to the officers of any election hereafter to be held Lt this
Commonwealth, or shall persuade, or advise, nay such
°Meer to receive any ballot , or ballots, from any person
deprived of citizenship, and disqualified as aforesaid, ouch
porous So offending shall bo guilty urn misdemeanor. and
upon conviction thereof In any court of quarter sessions
of this Cotumonwealth, shall be punished In like manner
Is provided in the second section of this act In the cast, of
officers of such election receiving such union NI ballot or
Particular attention is directed to the brat section of
ho Act of Aiticrubly, parsed the 30th day of 3(a• eh A.
t 5643, entitled •'An Act regulating the Manlier of Voting
It nll Elections, in thu sot end counties of this Coniinou
"That the qualified voters of the win al coltntlet Of chi
Cominonwealth, at all general, township, borough an
special elections, are hereby, hereafter, authorized alai
required to veto, by tickets, printed or Written, or partly
printed nud partly written, severally classified as follows:
One ticket shall embrace the names of all judges of courts
voted for, and ho labelled outside "judiciary ;" ono ticket
shall =deuce all the names of State °Macre voted tot
and ho labelled "State:" one ticket shall embrace- the
names of all county officers voted for, including office of
Senator, menthes, and membera of Assembly, if voted for,
and members of Congress, if voted for, and labelled
"county ;" ono ticket shall embrace the names of all tow u
ship officers voted for, and be labelled "tow 'whip ;" one
ticket shall embtace the names of all borough officers
Noted tor, and ho labelled -I) .rough ;" and each class shall
he deposited in separate ballot hosts.
Pursuant to the provisions contained lit the 07th section
of the act aforesaid, the judges of the aforesaid districts
shall respectively take chat ge of the certificate or return
of the electien of their respective districts, and produce
them at a meeting of one of the judges from each district
nt the Court Homo, in tiro boa ough of Huntingdon, on the
third day after the day of election, Iming for the moment
year on Friday, the Gtr of November next, then and there
to do and perform the duties requited by law of said judges.
Also, that where ajudge by sickness or unavoidable suet
dent. Is unable to ettend said mooting of judges, tiles the
certificate or rotors of shall ha taken si charge by
one of the inspectots or clerks of the election of said dis
trict, and shall do and perform the duties required of said
judge unable to attend.
Also, that in the Slat section of said act it is enacted
that "every general and special election shall be opened
between the hours of eight and tou in the forenoon, and
shall ee without Mot ruptiou or adjournment nts
til seven o'clk. in the evening, when the polls shall be
GIVEN under my band, at Huntingdon, the 14th day of
Pept.. A. D. 1569. and of tho independence of the Put.
ted States, the utnoty.second.
D. D. P. NEELY, Shet iff.
Huntingdon, Sept. 15, 1865
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Mi. IT( .4M-11.1M3EIN.M,
Euccessor to IL N. °RUNE,
STEINWAY & SON'S PIANOS,
And other makes,
MASON S. HAMLIN CABINET ORGANS,
Metedeuns, Cuitars,Violins, Fifes, Tinto, Accordant's!,
4E4-Pianos, Organs, and Melodeons Warranted fur Are
Circulars sent on applcatiou.
Addross . ' Olt EENE,
jau27,69 2d Boor Leistor's New Building,.
READ AND BE POSTED !
TO THE NE NL Y MARRIED
AND ALL 1:4 BAST nr
New Furniture, &c.
THE undersigned would reupectillily
attlintince that ho Manufactures and keops coustantiy
on band it lai•ge and splendid assailant. Of ..
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES'.
WASH AND CANDLE STANDS
Windsor and cane seat chair& cupboards, gilt ma rose•
wood moulding for mirror and picture frantoe, and a vari
ety of articles not mentioned, at prices thdt cannot fall to
Hu is olio agent for the well known Bailey A Decamp
patent spring lied Bottom.
Thu public ato invited to cull and OXIIIIIIIIO lie Mock
before purchasing elsewhere.
Wm k and calm room on 11111 street . , near Smith, one
dour west of Tenter's Moro.
Ithutiugdun, Ang. 1, 1868
J. M. WISE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
iv 3Et. X'l' TT 3EL 331,
Itespecttully invites the attention of the Public to bin
stand on hill at., lituotingdou, in the rear of thorn° W
Ex w to' Watch and Jen airy store, whom hu manufactures
and keeps all kinds of Fur allure at roduced prices. Per•
eons wishing to purchase, will do well to give him a call.
epaiting of all kinds attendod to promptly and charges
ire - A lio, Undortakiug carried oh, and Coffins made in
any style desitod, at short notice.
The subsoriber has a
" I fF R A I etT
IF AND ELEGANT HEARSE
and is pi opined to ottani Funoralel at any place in town
or country. J.
Huntingdon, May 9, 1866-If
W. 11. MOODS,
It. MILTON spun,
The Union Bank of Hamtingdor,
(Late ?ulna Bare L C 0.,)
Pencil octounts from honks, Bankers and others.
liberal Interest allowed on time Depoolts. All kinds
Securities, bought and sold for the usual cumruisbion.=—
Collections uuttle on all points. Drafts en all parts al
Europe supplied at the usual rates.
Persons depositing Gold and Silver will rseolva the
eame return with interest. Tee partners ere individ
molly liable to the extent of their whose property for all
Thn unEnistied business of the late Lir= of John ii.,: .L'
)e. will be completed by The Union Bank of linutlngdon
y21,110311.tt 0. 0. NORTH, Caellier.
THE "SMASH" OF THE REMELT
At a Meeting fir the "Ring" do the 4th ult.
PARODY i 4 11. I
There's a fount about to stream,
There's a light about to beam,
There's a warmth about to glow,
There's a flower about to blow,
There's n midnight darkness
Changing into gray,
Nen of thought and men of action,
Clear the way
Aid the dawning, tongue and pen ;
Aid it, hopes of honest men,
Aid it, paper, aid it typo,
Aid it, for the hour is ripe,
"Secret Orders" must be broken
Men of thought and mon of action
Clear the way.
With the right shall many more
Enter smiling at the duor,
With the giant wrong shall fall
Many others, great and small,
That for years long have held us
Fur their prey.
Men of thought and men of action
Clear the way. TODD
Vol. the Globe.l
Colloquy between a Republican and
Doubtless you-have frequently pass
ed you old residence, with many signs
of antiquity and some evidence of neg
lect; owing to the declining years and
infirmities of its - owner and occupant,
who had measured a long life of hon
est activity, mingled with more of the
joys and sorrows incident to humani
ty, than generally falls to the lot of
One day, whilst seated in _his unpre
tending parlor musing upon past
events, who should enter to interrupt
his sober meditations but his old ac
quaintance Denton, when the follow.
ing dialogue was introduced between
the parties :
Danton—Wby, friend Alfred, you
have grown gray since I saw you, and
sombre sfttthess appears to have settled
down upon yon. What is wrong Y.
Alfred—if t long life spent in hon
est industry, with a strong desire to
promote the good of our race, and now
in the evening of life to make ready
for that solemn change from a world
of sin and sorrow.to a world of joy and
peace, under the government of the
Prince of Peace, should produce sor
row, I might be sad; but such is not
Danton—But I am sorry you left the
Democratic party. We have never
been able to carry a single election
since you left us, and we think the
present would be a favorable time for
you to return to your old faith.
Alfred-1 never departed from the
old Democratic faith, as those falsely
called Democrats have ; both as to
praotieo or definition. Thus "Demo
cracy is a government by the people"
and "Democrat" is by the highest au•
thority, one who favors the extension
of the right of suffrage to all classes of
men." Now such is the democracy
for which the Republicans' contend,
and for which hundreds of thousands
of them have left their bones bleach
ing on the ensanguined battle-fields of
the late cruel rebellion, whilst you are
persistently keeping up incessant war
against the extension of that right.
Danton—Come my old friend, don't
ho too severe, we only deny the right
of suffrage to the "Nigger," and you
know they are not capable of exercis
ing that right.
Alfred—l know no such thing, and
it is a mean begging of the question,
knowing as you must know, that it
would be easy to find negroes, fully
competent to be your teachers, both
intellectually and Morally. And it
cannot be , denied that the sediment
of what was once the Democratic par
ty, have long since settled down in
the advocacy of the unlimited exten
sion and perpetuation of that foul in
stitution, that moral plague spot, that
vile Upas, planted by creel hand upon
the south side of our.body politic;wbieh
has been for years permeating our
social, moral and political institutions,
with such fibrous and deadly poison
that the friends of human liberty be
Caine alarmed with the progress of
human bondage, in this as we thought
the seed plot . of that liberty, which is
the birth-right of every human being,
and for which the heart of man is ever
Danton—O, you do us great Him.
Lice by charging . us with proslavery
principles; wo are the negro's friends;
we are opposed to slavery, but we bad
our• own place of stopping its progress.
Alfred—Yes, you had a place in
deed, which was, to sing the. syren
song : "Let slavery alone; it will die
out of itself;" whilst it was increasing
at the alarming rate of nearly seventy
thousand a year. At the birth-day of
our independence there were but a few
thousand slaves in the United States,
and at the beginning of the rebellion
they numbered about five millions.—
This was "lotting alone' and "dying
out" with a witness.
D tVID nantuck
llanton—But it was your abolition
ists that brought on the rebellion by
their impudent meddling with other
Alfred—You have failed to prove
anything against abolitionists, save the
exorcise of a right to donounce your
institution as . a political and moral
evil, which was their right and their
duty; which they did with such pow•
er that it stung the institution to chi)
TERMS, $2,00 a year in advanee:
heart, and its friendd, tii throed of
wrath, madness and folly, threif rea
son to the wind, and rushed into rebel
lion against the kindest-hearted bro
therhood that was eyer, murdered by
a fraternity of wicked men.,
Danton—But•why do you blame the
Democracy with having anything to
do with rebellion ?
Alfred—The Democracy, so culled,
were to blame for inviting the South
to rebel, by words and action not to be
misitutletstobd. Witness the stump
epee!) of Chief Justice Taney, called
a &Oaten in the Pred Scott case,
whore, against reason, history and hu
manity; in the Ittterest of Slavery, he
decided that "the Atrium had no po
litical rights that wo Wore bound to
respect; knowing as he did that the
Africans of four of the States did with
strong arms assist our fathers in fight
ing the battles of the revolution, and
also by their suffrage assisted in form:
ing our Constitution. Yes; they were
then a part of the "We, the people of
the United States, in order to form a
more perfect union," &c. And Presi;
dent Buchanan, in pursuit of the same
doctrine and in service of the same
masters, did by special message to
Congress urge that body to receive
Kansas into the Union under a slave
constitution, without allowing the peo
ple to vote for or against as was their
right. Congress refused, and when
the question was submitted to the peo
ple they decided by a vote of about
four out of five for a free constitution.
And thus the true bjetorian is obliged
to write dark reprobation upon the
character of the Judiciary and Chief
Executive, and thank God for a Legis
lative department which saved our
country from disgrace and ruin; and
future generations will look back and
wonder at the dark and deep corrup
tion of those times.
Panton—You do great injustice to
that pure patriot, James Buchanan,
who labored so earnestly to avert the
Alfred--Yes, to avert the war and
servo his Southern masters, be sifted
the nation and selected thieves, trai
tors and rebels to fill his Cabinet.—
And when they had burnt our navy
yards, stolen and sent to the South our
arms and munitions of war, robbed
our treasury, disorganized our army
and navy, dragged our standard in the
dust, declared war, and stained their
hand in our brothers' blood—still
President Buchanan, with his Cabinet
counsellors, declared they bad no right
to fight or coerce rebel States into sub
jection. And his friend Judge Wood
ward openly declared that if the South
chose to secede, let them secede in
peace; and after all this, you tried to
elect him Governor of Pennsylvania,
and you sent him to Congress, where
he declared if he was A. Johnson's ad
viser he would counsel him to drive
Congress out of their place by forte of
Denton—glut you bitted() the Demo
cratic party with all the Misdeeds of
their agents, and give them no credit
for their patriotism.
Alfred—We bring no charges against
true Democracy, for we love it in its
purity as it once was, but it is against
its sediment, now sunk too deep in mud
and mire for the power of resuscita
tion, that we protest. We protest
against your conventions in Pennsyl
vania, Ohio, and other States, with
their protests against coercing the
South into obedience, soon after they
bad seceded. We protest especially
against the proceedings of your con
vention at Chicago, where you resolv
ed that the War was a failure, after
Grant had r^beldom cut into three
and bad his arm raised to
strike the last blow. And when the
rebels had read their doom in the fall
ing stroke, you advised such peace
measures as would have ruined the
cause of human liberty. Yuu placed
Gen. McClellan upon a platform which
would have sunk a much better and
greater man, far below the power of
political resuscitation. And in your
late convention in Now York,
committed the nomination of President
and Vice President into the gory hands
of confessed rebels, and you got your
reward; the people—the true democ
racy—quietly consigned your candi
dates to their last political resting
Denton—Well but' my old friend,,
you can not see through our proceed
ing, neither our patriotism, nor the
benevolence of our designs.
Alfred—lndeed, you might as well
infer benevolence from the assassin's
uplifted arm, as from such insidious
politicians with the cognomination of
Danton—But let the past be forgot
ten, and let us see to our future inter.
est ; and in view of past 'service once
so useful, I am authorized from head
quarters to offer you such.material aid
as will render you comfortable for life,
and all that will be asked of you is,
thict you come back to-your old stand
ard, and support Packer, a man who
controls abundant wealth, and has re
solved to dispense it freely iu order to
secure the patronage of government,
from which we have been kept back
so long by thiErfoolish war against. the
South ; and if we succeed, wo will once
more unite with our Southern breth
rem and with them Control' the coun
try as we once did. teoides; We Will•
place your son U. office, whore he may
soon amass fortune i,priough to keep
him for life, ,
Alfred,-Villain ! t),:iciatl3-pitA4 of vil
lains! how dare you Milt ine to insult
the memory of a latbet;Ailui joined in
the. declaration "thatirtiii arefree,
and • have , a ,righV t toft ;'liberty, and
the pursujt,cf hapiiineqs;" who fought
in tin reVOlution to secure that free
you would Mi . * lure ma to
barter for a little of Packer's gold.
Ras it conatrWthis; tbat that, virtue
which casen'ce of human
Those subscribing-fok tibr of
twelve mouths with thiunderstanding
thia, the paper be iliscdothmed unlosS
sUbScriptiou is renewed, receithigfit'litiz
per marked with it - I - befbre the )11111i1P.
will understand thnb for
which they subScribtd is up. If thtv
wish the papCr contintibtl
renew their subseriptitin through the
mail_ or Othorwise.. _ 11.
ibAll kinds of plain, fancy and
ornamental ;166 Printing neatly and
mtpoditiously exoctitod at the "GLbini
(Ace. Tarim inodatditi:
liberty; mast be suppressed by corrup
tion *Web *MEI hate diagraeed the
failing Roman empire. What I offer
to corrupt my only living eon by the
prooMse of an office ithich,it plied haf
er be in your Whit I
ask him to villify the memory tie
two brothers who fell in, the Wilder
ness, fighting Shbulder tb ahnttider tet
preserve the.privileges which *6 en:
joy ! What!. ask ttlfh ter repudiate the
principles for tbt support *hieh
hundreds of thousitods of the bravest
soldierslhat ever moved upon earth,
are now mingling with the *Os of
the valley ! I say offer hitt( rild anal
insults, or your life will be in dangef
from the only remaining arm left in
my once strong and vigorous family:
Danton—l did not intend ttl feting;
°hate the sorrow which yon Baird
borne; Tor I know the sacrifice you
matte tti crush out the rebellion was
veil , edit. But I cab not see why
you and your son might hot support
Packer for Governor.
Althed=.Begone; foul fiend, out of
my presence I Trust not to the feeble
nose of age. Begone, villain; and at
the peril of yohr life neVer eblii6 into
my presence in the tneati Character of
traitor to your country I Support
Packer, the rebel sympathiSer, indeed i
Ask me to consign the .balance bf life
to infamy, and go down to the grave
without the sympathy of the Wise and
the good, an execration, a vile ailosz
tate, and disgrace to my country.
The nomination of Packer on ac
count of his money was an insult td
patriotism, and especially to surviving
soldiers; a man who has no record save
that of rebel sympathy; and the sei. ,
once of dollarology ; and he has suc
ceeded admirably as the result will
show, in profiting by the sweat of the
poor laborers. A nomination in hoe
tility to Gen. Geary, a true son of
Pennsylvania, of whom our State may
be proud. But you hate him because
as Governor of Kansas he refused to
serve .Buchanan and his southeitt
masters, and rather than slid them te
plant slavery there in the face of the
will of a free people, ho resigned his of ,
flee and left them to consummate their.
own destruction. You hate him because
he entered our Union army and fought
and bled, and hungered and thirsted,'
and ceased not to render eminent
service in the complete conquest of
your rebel friends.
Just look at the third plank in your
platform. Notwithstanding you have
lived and feasted on the sweat and
blood of the poor African till religion
blushed and humanity wept; and
still you gloat over the remains of the '
defunct monster. You would ask us to
lick up the garbage at the feet of. the,
conquered slave master, you Would
renew the struggle to do injustice to
the poor defenceless African, and keep
up a constant yelping against the 15th
amendment as though it had not been
passed in strict agreement with the
very letter or the Constitution,. Btit
_not do. Begone vile .knave ]
your money perish With you and your'
ruined patty, anti never at the peril Of
your life, insult the or any • friend
of mine with your. contemptible con-.
reption. AN OLD DBMOOD,A.T;
POWELL ' THE EXPLOREILCOIoneI
IV. Powell, the Colorado explorer, re:
turned to Chicago on the 21st inst. ;
having successfully traveled the entire
grand canon from Queen river, the
point.where Colorado debouches into
an open plain, in the Territory of Ali ,
zone. The expedition descended over
about four hundred miles 'between walla
almost vertical, ranging from .fiire,hen
dred to fifteen hundred feet hefght )
the exterior of • the canon being &ob.'
twenty five hundred to four thousand
feet above the bed of the river. Mort
than two hundred waterfalls and cas•
codes, emptying themselves.over the'
walls of the canon into the main river)
were seen in this district, presenting
almost every variety,of natural.seene% •
ry and geological "formation. The ea ,
non consists principally of limestone)'
and granite, found only at ,three plates
and in limited twinkle.
No discoveries of precious Mania
were"made, and no. indications of gold
or silver were found in the bed,of the,
river. One section of the canon was,
proved to consist of very, fine and.
beautifully-polished marble, Which is
at present entirely inaccessible. The
country traversed was barren beyond
description ; and is pronounced by Col:.
Powell not 'sitseeptible of eultivatten t
oven by irrigation. •
MARRIAGE OF' BISHOP SZEPHEISB.--=
The Wilkesbarre Record of. ttiwrimes
of the 15th says :
"Quito a. number of invited guests
assembled in St. Stephen's church
yesterday morning to witness Om mar=
tinge of Bishop Stephens and Miss
tia, daughter of,Hon. John N. Conynx,
ham. The ceremony, was performed
by Bishop Lee, assisted by Rev. Mrs
Potter, son of Bishop Potter.' -
A little romance is Connected with
this.. When the Bishop, was injured
some months since by a railroad acci 7
dent he was conveyed. to Mr. Conyng=
ham's residence, where ho Was.tender
ly nursed by,,the family, and by none
more so than Miss Adna: resnit
is stated in Abe above notice.
•, 'lt Di estimated that there .are
five hundred and fifty 'American ,st ; u-,
dents in the Various Geruftto titikersi:
bes t andover a thOticatid tnale.and fe
male American pupils at firat•elast
siv-A New-Bedford lady got a pair
of white silk gloves erlitore, to be kepi
if thoy suited, ancr•tifter they bad
griteed tho bands of a corpse dressed ,
for the grave, noonominall,y removed
thiiin 'and returned them $4 the store=
W4-Rothsl4-tins see it yofi:,4re .tet