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Tuesday morning, Sept. 18, 1870.
WM. LE WIS, Emorts
2'he"Globe" has the largest number of
readers of any other paper published in the
county. Advertisers should remember this.
DANIEL J. MORRELL,
OF CAMBRIA COUNTY.
FOR STATE SENATORS,
D. WALKER WOODS, of Mifflin Co
WSI. P. WILSON, of Centro County.
DAVID ETNIER, of Mount Union borough
THOS. F. McCOY, of Mifflin county.
FOR ASSOCIATE JUDGE,
A. J. BEAVER, of Penn township
FOR COUNTY CO3I3IISSIONER
AI3RAM B. MILLER. of Barren Township
FOR DIRECTOR OF TILE POOR
JOHN P. STEWART, of Oneida township
FOR JURY COMMISSIONER.
S. BRYSON CEIANEY, of Huntingdon,
HENRY NEW, of West township
Alexandria—Wm. M. Philliys, G W Hewitt
Birmingham—T. S. MoCahan, Jessie Beigle
Barree—James Stewart. Alfred:W Kenyon
Brady—Martin L Shaffner, E A Greens
Broad Top city—J D Lewis, S II Houck
Cassville—George M Green, J. M. Wilson
Cass—Joseph Parks, John D. Boring
Carbon—D E Conrad, John Palmer
Coral/tont—Thos. Thompson, Abrahom Brod
Clay—Saml. MeVitty, S L Glasgow.
Cromwell—Alvah Lynn, Orbison Crum ..
Dub/m-11 C Robinson, Wm. etymons.
Franklin—John Laporte, J. A. Deavor.
Renderson—George Numer, F. Corbin.
Hopewell—Geo. Berkstresser, li. Clapper.
Runtingdon,E. W.—K M King, 1' W Itlyton
't W. W.—W. K. Burchinell, 11. Rhodes.
Jackson—James II Lee, John M Oaks
Juniata—John Corbin, Wm. Buenneman
Lincoln—John Fulton, Henry Shultz
Mapleton—D. H. Foster, 11. H. Swoope,
.111 - orris—J K. Templeton, Dr. S. Tnompson
Mt. Union—John S. Bare, T. A. Appleby.
.31t. Union disk—Jon. Doyle, Wm. X. Myers
Orbisonia—Wm. L. Miller, Jas. S Chilcoate.
Oneida—Elisha Shoemokor, Jacob Miller
Penn—Michael Garner, Jacob Hoffley.
Petersburg—Jos. Johnston, Henry Orlady.
Porter—Joseph A. Green, Henry W. Swoope
Shirley—Wm. L Spanogle, Richard Colegate
Sbirleysburg—John Kerr, William Harris
Sprimeetcl—N Madden, J. C. Brewster
Tell-41ohn P. McNeal, Valentine Sehmittel.
Tod—Jonathan Evans, R llCrum.
Three Springs—P li Bence, E G Heck
Union—J. C. Wright, George Miller.
Walker—John P. Watson, John Brewster.
Warriormark—Richard Wills, Geo. Guyer
Upper West—John Neff, Hugh T. Johnston
Lower West—James Wilson, Henry
J. SYINANUB BLAIR,
Chairman Rep. Co. Cont.
The Harrisburg Topic has been sus
pended. The Penna. State Journal will
take its place October 3d.
ZerPoliiics throughout the county
seems to be very tame, but we feel as•
cured that our party will do its duty
at the proper time. •
Denver, Coirado, advices say that
the city is filling up with roughs and
id esperadoes to such an extent that
there is little safety of life and proper
ty. The same advises note the beating
of a citizen in his yard at night, ho
having been called out •by some of
TifE "White Men's Party" conven
tion re assembled at the Court House,
on Friday last and nominated the fol
lowing piece of a ticket : For Associ
ate Judge Gen. John Williamson, Hun
tingdon; for County Commissioner,
Harry, Cook, Carbon ; for Poor Direc
tor, Jacob Goodman, Brady; for Au
This piece of a ticket we suppose,
will he hitched on to the other piece
of a ticket nominated by the Demo
crats. Harry Cook, we believe was
the only Republican nominated.
The Party and the Ticket.
The ticket at our mast bead the
Republican ticket- : --nominated by the
Republican party, and will ba support.
ed by the party. The Democratic
ticket will be supported by Demo
crats—the "White Men's" by Demo
crats generally and a few Republicans.
This being the "situation" we think
best to let well enough alone. Last
year we tried our beet to keep the Re
publican party to the ticket then no
minated—we failed. This year we
think it will stick without the making
of the ususual campaign noise and
A few Facts in Figures.
The vote for Congress in Cambria
county in 1864' was—
Johnston's majority, 800
in 1866 the vote stood—
- 2791 3146
Johnston's majority, 855.
In 1868 the vote was—
Lintcn's majority, 595
In 1861 Barker had all the advanta
ges arising from the war, the demo
cracy that year having placed itself on
the peace at any price platform, dis
gusting many soldiers. But for this
ho would have been beaten more than
one thousand. In 1866 and in 1868
the war was over, Johnsonism was
rampant, especially in 1868, many sol
diers had gone back on their record
and again voted with their worst ene
mies during the war; and yet Mr. Mor
rell has never been beaten 600 in Cam
bria. Some of the men who are op
posing him now opposed him before,
some openly, others covertly. If
therefore there is any man in the dis
trict who can afford to lose votes and
still be elected, that man is 1). J. Mor
THE WAR IN EUROPE
The Prussians; within. tea :miles of
The news during the past week has
been most important and exciting.—
After three days terrific fighting be
fore Sedan, Marshal MacMahon's army
was driven into the town, and being
completely enviroued by the Prussian
army under the Crown Prince and
Prince Charles, was forced to surren
der. This took place on Friday Sept.
2d. The Emperor Napoleon surren
dered the same day. The surrender
was unconditional. The whole of
MacMithon's army became prisoners
of war, with their arms, ammuition,
horses and accoutrements. The French
army is completely broken up. Mar
shal MacMahon was wounded in one
of the battles, aLd is reported to have
Louis Napoleon after delivering
himself up as a prisoner to King Will
iam, was sent to have Williamson, a
royal palace in Rosso Cassel. His
suite accompany him. Ile is treated
with great consideration by his cap
tors, the Queen of Prussia even send
ing her chief cook to minister to his
appetite. The Empress Engine has
left Paris to join her husband, The
Prince Imperial is in England, in care
of his Governor and Tutors. The
French Emperor is said to have in
vested in English American securities
to an amount that will yield him an
annual revenue to half a million of dol.
lars. Be appears to take his misfor
There is great rejoicing throughout
Germany, and among the Germans in
the United States, over the success of
the Prussian arms.
The news of the surrender of the
Emperor, and of IllecAlahon's army,
fell upon Paris like a thunderbolt. In
tense excitement prevailed. Gen. Tro
chu was made Dictator and Governor
of Paris. The Emperor Napoleon was
deposed by a unanimous vote of the
Corps Legislatif„ A Provisional Gov
ernment was formed, and a Republic
proclaimed. It was resolved to defend
Paris to the last ext remity, and the
city has been preparing all week for a
The Prussian arruy,"after the victo
ry at Sedan, set out at once to march
Paris. They were within ten miles
of the French Capital at last accounts,
and are by this time before the gates
of the city. It is believed that the
French will be compelled to capitulate,
and to make the best terms of peace
they can. The Prussians it is said
will claim that the French povinces of
Alsace and Loraine be annexed to the
German Nation, and that Luxemburg,
Metz, and one or two additional fron
tier fortresses, be transferred to Prus
sia. It is further announced that
Prussia will not submit to the inter
vention or arbitrament of any of the
neutral powers, but means to consent
to peace only on her own terms.—
Whether the Frence people will be al
lowed to establish a Republic remains
to be seen.
Marshal Bazaine, with his army is
still hemmed in at Metz, and will have
to surrender also. Boinbardotent of
Strasburg bus been stopped, after do.
ing dreat, damage to the town. The
famous Strasburg Cathedral is said to
be much injured.
The French people are over joyed-at
the downfall of Napoleon, and the
prospect of a Republic being establish
ed. The nation appears to be unani
mous for self-government. The inter
vention of neutral powers is asked to
bring about a peace. It is reported
that the U. S. Government has formal
/y acknowledged, through Minister
Washburn°, at Paris, the now French
It is anounced that the English gov
ernment and other neutral powers
'aro about to propose terms of peace,
as follows: _French territory to re
main involate, France to pay Germany
her expenses in the war, destruction
of the fortresses in Alsace and Lor
raine, and the general disarmament of
If King William and Bismarck have
their way, as is likely, w•e may expect
to see one of the Orleans princes plac
ed over Prance. European sovereigns
can hardly afford to have a Republic
in their midst, especially as Italy is
also moving for a Republic. But the
day of deliverance of all Europe from
Kingly rule is not far distant.
Latest News !
THE PRUSSIANS REPULSED 1
PARIS, Sept. 12 ,—.The Prussian ad.
vaned has baited at a point nine miles
from ;he outer works, and works aro
beino• b thrown up.
The Bavarian corps, under command
of the Grand Dukc, made simulaneous
assaults upon Toni and Af ontmedy, on
Saturday, and were repulsed at both
places with great slaughter. At Toul
the battle lasted for some hours, and
the loss of the Bavarins is estimated at
The news that Russia, Austria and
the United States have moved for an
armistice, is confirmed, and the ad
vance of the Prussians on Paris has
been stopped in consequence.
The news is very cheering here a-
mong the people, and the impression
prevails that peace will be made in a
TAKEN IN.—The Miners' Journal tells
of a certain young clerk in an office in
Pottsville, whose shrewdness seldom
allows deception to get the better of
him receiving a letter from Now York,
informing him, in a strictly confiden
tial way, of course, that if ho would I
send on five dollare--barely enough to
pay the 6:pens° of looking into the
matter a little—be would tell him of
parties who owed him considerable
sums of money. The five dollars was
forwarded as requested, more out of
curiosity than otherwise. A few days
ago he received a receipt for his "V"
from the ingenious.swhadlor, of which
the following - is the substance : "Every
person who defrauds you out of five
dollars owes you that amount. Talley
me. Yours, truely." Very likely the
tally has been made, and the young
clerk acknowledges the five dollars'
worth of wisdom, bought with so lit
tle trouble. Young men beware of
Now York swindlers. They will take
your money out of your pockets before
your eyes if they got a chance, and do
it in such a way that you cannot take
offense at it.
LIST OF PREMIUMS
For the Eleventh Annual Exhibition of tho !Noting
dou County Agricultural Fair, to ho hold at fluntingdon
on the 27th, 26th, 20th and 30th of September, 1670.
Class I—Hors ,
Beat Stallion, $l5
Second beet, 8
Third .` 5
Beet 8 year old, 61
Second best 4
Third beet 3
11,54 2 year old, 5
Second best, 4,
3rd " 3
Beat yearling, 4
2nd bon al
3rd " 2'
Best Gelding, 6
2nd hest 4
e, Bred Stock.
Best brood morn
Best 3 year old
Best 2 year uld
Best colt 6 months old or
Best draught Stallion $lO
2tul best 6
Ord " 4
Best 3 year old 5
2nd best 4
Best 2 year old 4
2nd best •
3,a 6. 2
Best yeaillug 4
3rd " 2
Best brood more,
2nd bast 5
3rd " 4
Best 2 year old
20,1 best 3
3rd " 2
Beat yearling, 4
2nd best, 3,
Boct colt, 6 month. old or
Boat draught bone or
man $ 6
2nti beat 5
ard ', 4
Best riding do. a
2nd beat 4
3rd k 4 a
Best family do. 5
2nd beat 4
3rd 't 3
Beat pair matches 3
2nd b et 6
Ord .' 6
Boot pair mules 6
2nd beat 6
3rd ~ 3
or more than ona premium,
ono to another class. 20
d on all bred stock, and 15
I Mot 2,
No horse can lie entered fr
or be allowed to change fror
per cent entrance fee charge
poi cent on common stock
AWARDING CoMAIITTED —JD
Ward, Win. McCartney, Jot
gold and Thoe. K. 'tenderer
0. Jackson, Jas. Wilson, Jas.
inathan Doyle, Geo. P. Wake-
Class 3—Trotting, &c
lhat trotting here° or '2nd beet "
more $2O 3rd
2nd best lb held rolktng do 1'
3rd " 10 1 2nd beet
Beet rocking do. 1013 rd
Twenty per cent enhance foe charged on all entran
WI 111 clanies three MI I four.
AWARDING CONDI/TUE.—Mord. 3.1N480y, JAn S. Miller,
J. dox•ell btutvart, Capt. Th.. Ma:alma David MeDalian,
Alexander Cal.., A. C. Neff.
Beet brolco double tenor 3;31d '• 1
2nd best 2113ett Itebrustonn dbl team 3
"rd 112t1 best
Host broko single team 131:1n1
2ml beet 21
AWARDING ConviTrsz.—R. A. Millor, Dr, D. P. Miller,
Dr. :Idney Thompson, Dr. J. U. VAntrodo, yDr. 1.1.. L.
Class s—Neat Stock
• 2u.l lust
• Best cow
• 2uil beat
Be t cull
Ile t (wirer
Boot work oxen
Yua best 4
Best heifer 4
11 st !irer
gory, Jacob Musser, Elloha
AWARDING C 0 ITTEI.—R
Isaac M MoR, Samuel Cret.
bhounaker, Samuel Cumuli.
Beet litter of pigs 4
god beet 3
Best Chester 1% bite 4
2ud beet 3
o. Bell, Inn. fl. Corbin, Au
eder,, Jacob I , ' .Itoover.
di ew Iletruer, Daniel Wurne
Best lung Wool buck 54,
2nd beet 3
Beet Souttulunu 4
2nd best • 3
Best merino 4
2nd best 8
Bust mixed breed 4
Best Longwool Ewe $ 4
dud be,t 5
Best :oullutosn 4
Beat uterine 4
,(lest common sheep 4
o. N. Swoops. JIM Myton,
Pehr reiglital, &maul Neal,
ural Implements. •
Best hand corn sholler
bet , t clover huller 4
I 2114 best 3
Best Double Shovel
. . . _ .
2nd best 1 2nd bent - 2
Best gill Plow 3 Best Cider 31111 4
2ml bast 242nd beet 2
Best 'Windmill 31Bett :erg= mill and
2nd beet 21 El aporatur 3
Bast grain Drill 3 Beet .1 horse threshing
2nd best 2 Machine 6
Best Cum Plaster 2 2ud best 6
2nd best 1 nent. Narrow 2
Beet Mower and Reaper 412nd beet 1
2nd best 3 Bea wagon lifter 2
Best straw and (odder cut 12nd beat 1
No premiums to be awarded tunny person except man
u fnetnrers or their agents.
AIN ARDING Calnal TEE—Davit Duna, L. itivaon Robb,
Wuk. Mot ningstar, Jones Hutchison, Daniel Kyper.
Class 10-111c6hanical Implements and
Lest and greatest varto-
Best 2 horse Carriage $4
best Buggy 3
Best set single harness 2
Best set hunt Harness 2
test saddle and bridle 2
best pair boots 1
Best pair Blears 50
Best side solo Leather
Best kip end calf skin 1
bee , side, bareness and
upper Leather 1
best lot cabinet snare 2
best and greatest varie
ty of tinware 1 .
mlng4, A. A. Holtman, Saner
Best bus n kite wheat $2,
led best 1
best bus red sheet
lash best li
be-t bushel roe
led beet SI
best las odium. earn 1
led beet 50
best bus 'slate corn 1
2nd best 50
best pop cora fete
lied beet 25
best oats 1
2nd best 50
best barley 1
2nd beet 20
AWARDING Comuirrs3 —I3,
Luke Reiley, Nathan Corbin,
ty stone & oartbenw'r 1
best washing machine 50
best cloaca 1
best meat vessel I
lgostssecitnen marble vek 2
boat cook Store, 1
best pair horse elms 10
Rest corn broom SO
Bost Hake 50
Best shaking fork 50
Best sleigh 2
host spring wagon 3
boot 2 horse wagon 3
. 11. Wallace, Samuel Cunt
not McVitty, Henry Davis.
our and Meal
2nd hest be
beet cloveraced 1
2nd host 60
best timothy seed
best bill white wheat
2tid bast 2
best bbl red wheat flour 2
4wi best 1
best bbl rye flour
best 50Iba 3 el. corn meal 1
belt setst.coro 1
best 50Ibs buelculet meal 1
2ud best. 50
L. Sett, Andrew Ilenor
IPruits No 1
ty of poaches not lose
then bench, !libeled 2
beet don quinces
2nd best 50
best collection plumbs 1
2nd best 00
bin Ringberty, Isrnel aut.
. White, Jackson White.
Bea and greatest varie
ty apple, labeled, not
km than 12 of each $2l
Ind best 1i
beat dos fall apples 1
winter apples 1
lleet and greatest curie- I
MVALIIING COIMUTEII,—.IO ,
Gus, Julia Vhodeeendor, Wm
Class 13—Fruits No 2.
Best and largest vane- 2nd bast 50
ty of pearls, labeled, lbeet and largest collec
not lose thou 0 each VI thus of grapes
2nd beet 20 2ud beet
beet dot fall pears 1I beet basket of native
'2lld beet 50 grapes 1
beat doe winter peers 1 2ud best 50
A WARDIMI COMULITEE.-30110 Dead, Gilbert floating,
Di • McCulloch, Wm. Goisein ger. Henry 117.51111er.
best white ISereers
best poach blows
best Prince Alberts
I beet Cusco Mates
best Garnet Chill
best sweet potatoes
Best only rose potatoes $1
2nd best 50
best early Goodrich 1
loot boat 50
beat Into Goodrich 1
loot beat 50
beat Harrison 1
2nd best DU
best monitor 1
2ml boot 50
best plakeyed Huaticoats
200 boot BO'
beet spotted Mercers 1
2nd beet 50
AIIARDING COICMITTZr.—John S. feet t, David Hare, LT
Marlin, David Rupert, Abraham Corbin.
Class No. 15. No. 2—Vegetables
Best cabbage $1
lsecond beet 60
I beat mangel-wertzol 50
second best 25
best watermelon 50
second best 25
beet egg plant 60
second best 25
bent turnips 50
second bent 25
beat tomatoes 3 00
second beat - 50
best and greatest variety
of tomatoes 1 00
best muskmelon 60
second beet 25
best beans 50
second best 25
Best tuts baga 60
second bent 25
beet sugar beet 50
second beat 251
best Veppers 601
second best 25'
beat tobacco 501
second beat 25
beat parsnips 50
best calms 50
beet onions 601
second best 25 1
best celery 40
second beet 25
best cauliflower 501
second best 25
best pumpkins 50
second built 25
... . . . .. ..
beet pie pumpkin 60 best peas 60
second best 25,second best 25
boat squasbes 00. best fall or win lettuce 50
second beet 25!s2cond best 25
AetenntoG Ccanarraz.-13. P. DOWO.II, John 111.1edes, P.
Moore, Capt. S. 8. Muyott, Richard Ashman.
Hest tend largest variety second beet 60
pule bred fowls $2 00 beet pair or trio of Po
second beet 100 lands 100
bent brabmaputras 1 00 second beet tG
second beet 60 ipest turkeys 1 00
beet dorkings 1 00 second best 60
second boat 60 beet guinea tents 1 00
bent spangled hamburg 1 00 second beet 60
second beet to boat ducks 1 00
beet gams 1 0) second best 60
emend best /5a beet geese 1 00
beat black epsnleh 1 001seCond best 60
AWARDING Coutttrraa.—Thee• 0. FlBbilr, S. T. brown,
Joint id. Oaks, Lieut. P. BLaver # I. N. Sheets.
Beat homemade bread $l. 00
aeeoud be.t flu
beet roll butter 1 00
. .. ,
aecoud beat 1 Oa
Open tucetepatition for
bent bakeee breed 1 00
eecond beat rit)
boat pound cake 1 OU
amend beet be
best apongo cake 1 Ou
boat (cult eaku
best jolly CA
best led) take
bas es ram eat.
bust cost trkl
.. ttilliltoll .11rd. Jueub 11. he
Class 18—Cheese, Honey, &o.
Scat obeeso $1 OU second best $0 60
second beet bib., grape wino. bocce
best Lune, 2 Utl made, 1 Cl)
second beet 1 ob econd best bll
bust curet/twit 2 ett'lt-st blackberry wine 100
second best 1 vb second bunt DO
best hard soap 1 00 bust strawberry wine 1 00
second bout bU second beet SO
best tallow candles 1 tt, best otber boine.mode -
eecoud Ili bt 20 wane 100
beet dried boot 1 1/0 second best GO
steam] best 10 best tanne.die cordial 100
bostcUllAlli will, 1 00 elre.Alti beat 6111
Buell Ittaidcisub, e1,,,11es 3
Clrss 19—. Preserve:
Best preserved straw
beri ien $ . l 60 1
second bent 26
best pineapples be
stcond toast 26
second beat 2,
best peaches be
Beyond bust 26
bent plume Be
/none beet 2,,
boat posts 64
second best 25
bast critharpleel to
second Mon 25
twat chore toe 6t,
...mud Intl, 2;
bent tomatoes 60
second best 26
Nat; Jr.Ae Mus.ll. Adams,
Jimalt J. Lund.
nod domestic auger $1 00'
secuud Lost LJ
best maple miasmas 1 o 0
second boot 50,
bat tomato but'ar 1 00
best loops butter I let
second best bo
best apple butter 1 00
second be‘t 6.
best pear butter 1 DL
!WWI/ d best
best poach butter 1 001
tilted best 2f.1
best quince butter $1 Dl
second best 60,
Low is lirtgone, Mrs Alex El
Class 2 I—D om e
Beat troika carpet not
less thou ton yords
each *2 00
secoud beet 1 tia
best rag curpot not less
than ill 5 mats 2 Ou
sccoud best 1 LU
boot hearth rug 1 011
secoub bat Cl,
best patchwork quilt 2 00
settaid best 1 UO
best CoUntetpaut 1
swum' heal be
AWARDING CORMlTTS6.—Mattliiits Mrs. Stuart
Smith, Mrs, 15. ISuclusune, Mrs, A. 13 bllouofelt Mrs, D.
Class 22—Linen and Fancy work
,eccoMl best 00
!beat worked eosldon
sad back $2 00
second /wit, 1 00
best xvOt ktal reception
their 2 00
best (women corer i 00
, best lamp stand mat 50
best [tower rote mat 60
Beet 6 yards hums.
mile Bunn $2 00
be,t 6 gds linen diaper 1 00
second best 50
best 6 yr& tow cloth 2 50'
second beet 1 tlu,
best holu wade Alla 106
secold best 50,
best pound oflineu sew
jug thread 1 001
AWABDINO C . 3151172EE.--.Dr
Neff, .)Ike duo Widnes, bite
Beet bon set $2 00
socurel beet 1 06
bsst worked ehlid's dress
lIIUSIIII 1 00
second best 5e
&ere ,oratod. 1 Ot
best embroidery on Mlle
beet embroidered Indies'
:AWARDING COMIIIITET.—IINiry Neff, We William Wil•
hams, 31re. H. It. !'Mein, M. J. A Uaker, Mla (Imago
Class 24—Slicel work, &c
beet eccan shell and
best licad walk
second in st
best lea.her work,
Ornamental 1 ni
second best 5
best wax vale Lt
second best 5,
Dichey, Mrs. Joint tiuunint
best floral desigu $3 00
/mond best tru
third best 1. 00,
bent table VOBO of cut
thy. ere 50
secoial best 25
best au ad band Lout far
best vase of growing
second best 25
60e0bil best 26
boat llot boquct •b
accond best 25
bust collect dahlias 2 0.
second best 1 Ou
beat col. verbenas 1 00
second bunt 60
best cot pablllai 1 00
beeollll beet SOI
beet collecUsu gera
nium 1 00
AITAEVINfi COMMITTEE.— 3
Junes Saxton, A. It. Wel4tll
Beat oil Nlntinz $2 0 ,
second best 1 00
best oil painting on
glass 1 00
second best 50
beat landscape, all 1 05
second best +5O
best landscape train
noturo 1 Ou
snood best 50
Lint lithograph, oil 1 01,
5 WWI bout bu
bosti you or pnicll
drawing 1 00
AWARDING CDMAIITSE.--J. I
Mr. Mord. Massey, Adam I
Your Committee Minh there should be a OW about 15
or 18 feet squaro for all the little girl° and boys to till up
with hstions of their own, and n committee email, he op.
pointed to award premiums not to exceed 50 eta, on any,
article The ct,ramittee re act without discretion an said
Piser tioaary• Committee:—Dr. A. B. Brumbaugh, S
reiglital, Win. V.llnier, Pater Livingatooo. Ilugh Cuo
ohighani. Lame (bleigria, 11. C. Weaver.
Th ew o t n nojority of any CI nunittee
are plasma til..t they shall coned uto a quorum and that
no pet eon alai till a YUCIIIIC.). 24 order of tbe president.
0. MILIAP., President.
G VMS OD TOE COMMKIM
pROC LAMATION.-NOTICE OF
TO BB 1111,13 ON
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11th, 1870.
Pursuant to an act of the Peneral Assembly of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An Act vela.
trng to the ell:alone of this Cominonwealth," approved
the second day of July, Anne Domini 18'50.1, P. It, P.
?Ole LY, lligh bheriff of the county of fluntingdon,
Pennkyvlitina, do hereby wake known and give notice to
the electors of tine county aforesaid, that nu election will
he held in the said county of Iluntingtion, on the Ist
Tuesday after the second Monday of Dauber. (being the
Illth day of OCTOBER) at winch time the following of
win he elected;
. . ,
One parboil to represent the couotios of Iluntlngtion,
Blair, Comb' in and Mifflin, in the (louse of Representn
ee of the United States.
Two nelsons tot °present the counties of Huntingdon,
Dlidr, Centro, Juniata, and Perry, in the Senate of
the Commonnealth of Pennsylvania
Two persons to represent the counties of Huntingdon,
Juniata and Mifflin, in the House of Representatives of
the Commonwealth of Pennsyhania.
One person for the silica of Associate Judge of Hunt.
Ono porson for rho °Rice of County Colutuloolonor of
Two persons for the office of Jury Commissioner: of
Ono person for the office of Director of the Poor of
One pereou for the office of Auditor of Huntingdon Co.
In pm seance of said act, I also hereby make known and
give notice, that the places of holding the aforesaid spe
cial election in the several election districts within the said
County of Huntingdon, aro as follows, to wit :
let district, composed of the township of llondelson, at
the Union School House.
21 district, composed of Dublin township, at Pleasant
TAIL 9clivol Homo, uettrJosopti Nelßou'D, in raid toinuthib.
ed, Cahes, &a.
ee.onil beat 50
Beet homemade bread $1 00
mond beet 60
beat roll butter 2 00
second beet 1 00
Open to competition (or
I beat pearl cake 1 00
wend beet 5U
beat gLldteke - . 100
''ascend beet 50
best silver cake 50
mecum! beet 50
best ginger coke 1 00
aecoud beet fio
beet euger cake 1 tal
secou4 beet 60
batjumblea 1 00
tecoud beet 50
beet rusk 1 00
neCtllla best 50
boot blecult 1 00
tJecuud beet 50
or.L. O. Urler,
1.111,0 El feu
tt, Miss Ka° Fteoer, Mr..
ex, Port, Jacksou Boyeor t,
turlow, A. B. Cate:berg,
s, Jellies and Jams.
I best apple jelly 60
eteOted best 20
beet co t root jolly 6 . 0
tleeeliti beet 25
beet quince 60
neveted beet 25
best respborry 60
beCuml beet 26
best blackberry 60
beeeed beet 26
beet grape 60
eecoud best 25
best elderberry Am 60
tieCUild best 25
best respberry 60
eemaid best 26
best dewberry 60
eeeoll , l beet 25
best blackberry 60
second beet 25
o,John Ecott, Alter Vaunts
•Irs, 0. if. Zabower, Mrs.
utter and Pickles
'record best 60
deer mixed sickle!, 1 •5
second best 60
best cucumber 1 00
seejed best 25
lbeat paper 60
second best 25
nest tomato 60
Isocund boat 25
beet can [elope 60
eoeond beet 20
, best tomato ceteup 1 00
idecobd best 60
'best eider 'vinegar 1 00
second best 60
B. Zoigler, Mx. Alex Oaks
iott 31re. D. elm koon.
best table colic
hest pair troller* knit
stockings 1 00
second best 60
best pair linen knit
stockings 1 00
second hest 50
best covet lot 2 00
second best 00
best pr cotton stockings 60
hest %rotten gloves 50
host Nutter mutts. 60
. O. Thrtir.son, Mr. Rudolph
:stenet, Jackson, Mrs.
, Embroidery, &e
woad beet 1 00
best Cal broidered pock
os baudkilrchirf 100
second host 50
boat unibrui.lina 1 alip.
porn silk 1 00
second I.IOSL 00
Jest embroidered slip
pers, worstod 50
best crotchet shawl 1 00
best crochet tidy 1 00
beat Imo aux ❑uwors 52 00
second beat 50
kat specimen Or Vat
fruits 1 00
s cond best bU
best tutu tlon•ers 1 00
iecond beet 50
'jest seed flowers 1 00
second bsst 50
o. 31. Dailey, Mrs. James
am, Miss h. Mrs, 31184 Cur.
serond best 50
beat collection panties 1 00
hecond best 50
lbest collection phloxes / 50
second best 50
best t olleetin of
CI) santhein 1 00
second beat b 0
best collection reses 1 00
aecenti brat 50
bebt'll tying basket
g t o‘t mg plants I 00
1100101 best 00
I best bulging basket
rot 11..mels 1 00
seck..l t o.lt. 60
best collection of pot
tlVlunit beet 1 00
Ira. SlllllllO Stauffer, `Mrs
ng, Mis. Win. Cutbin, Mrs
6ecoud Lest 50
best colored crayon
chiming 1 00
secoud best 5.5
best India ink '
drawing 1 00
&team] best 60
beat painting is water
second best . 60
bent tin ethical marina
drawing 1 CO
loecotal beet 60
, I best oriental painting
j Ilrociau or Italian 1 00
t. :Ititptton. Dine Mary Robb,
'Wool., Ohio J. A. Pollock
J. A POLLOCK,
%Irs• SAMUEL SHOEMAKER
Mts. SAMUEL HENRY,
Mrs. HENRY SWOOPE.
34 dish let, composed of to much of Warrioramark town
ship, as Is not included in the Inth dint let, at the school
house adJoining the town of Warrionnoark.
4th district, composed of the township or Itopowell, at
Rough end Ready Furnace.
sth district, composed of the townoldp of Barren, at the
boom of &nd Livingston, In the town of Saulsburg, in
said ton nship.
6th thstrict, composed of the borough of Shirleyaborg,
and all that part of the township of Shirley net included
within the limits of District No. 21, as hereinafter men.
Dolled and described, at the house of David Fraker, deed,
7th district, composed of Porter and part of ather town
ship, mot so fowl, of West townohip no is included in the
following boundarke, to o it: Beginning at the south•n est
corner of Tobias Caufmao's Farm on the bank of the Little
Juniata rut cr. to the lower end of Jackson's narrows,
thence In a northoesterly direction to the moot tmtit°, ly
part of the farm on ned by Michael Magutre, thence month
40 degrees ueht to the top of T,•sey'a mountain to inter
sect the lino of townoltip, thence along the said
Ilno to Little Jintiatt river, thence dawn the same to tine
place of beginning, at tho public school houso opposite the
Clanton Reformed Cloud], in the borough of Alexandria.
_ . . •
Bth district, ammosed of the ton nship of Franklin, at
the house of (leo. W. Mattel 0. in said township.
9th district, composed of Telt to.hipoot. tins Union
school house near tine Union Meeting house, iu said twp.
10th district, composed of Springfield township, at tho
school house, near Hugh Madden 's, in said township.
11th district, composed of Union township, at Grant
school house, in the borough of Mapleton, In said twp.
12th distt ist,composed of Brady township, at the Centre
school home, in said township.
lath district, composed of Morris township, at public
school house No. 2, in said township.
14th district, composed of that part of West township
not included in 7th and 20th districts, at the public school
house on the farm now owned by Miles Lewis, (formerly
owned by James Eunis,) in said township.
15th district,composed of Walker township, at the house
of Benjamin Raptly, lu M'Connellstown.
16th dints act, composed of the township of Toil, at the
Green school house, In said township.
17th district, composed of Oneida ton nship, at the house
of William Long Warns Springs.
18th district, composed of Cromwell township, at the
holm now occupied by David Etnire, in Orbisonin.
'Otis district, composed of the borough of Birmingham,
with the several tracts of land near to and attached to tine
same, now owned and occupied by Thomas M. Owens, John
K. McCall:in, Andrew Robeson, Joints Gensitner and Wm.
Gensinier, and the Duct of land now owned by Georgoand
Joint Shoettberger, known as the Porter tract, sltnato iu
the ton nship of Warriorsmarls, at tine public school house
in said borough.
20th district, composed of the towwiliip of Cass, at the
public school house in Cassville, in said township.
2151 district, composed of the township of Jackson, at
the public house of Eduard Littles, at 31cAleavy's Fort,
In said township.
22,1 district, composed of the township of Clay, at tho
public school house in Scottsville.
9.11 district, composed of the township of Penn, at the
public school house in Marklesburg, in soul township.
21th district, composed and created as follows, to wit:—
That all that part of Shirley township. Huntingdon coun
ty, lying nud being within tho following described Wu:i
d:tries, pxcept tbe borough of Mount Union,Y. namely:
Beginning at the intersection of Union and Shirley
township lines with t h e Juniata liver, on the south Bide
thereof; thence along saird Union township lino for the
distance of three miles from said river; thence east
wardly, by a straight line, to the point where the main
from Eby's mill to Germany valley, crows the summit of
Sandy ridge ;
thence northwardly Mom; the summit of
Sandy ridge to this river Juniata, and these° up said river
to the place of beginmug, shall hereafter form a separate
election district; that the qualified voters of said election
district shall hereafter hold their general and township
elections in the public school house in Mount Union, in
2501 district, composed of all that part of the Borough
of Iluntiogdon, lying east of Bath street, aunt also all
those parts of Walkerpnal Porter townships, heretofore
voting in the Borough of Huntingdon, nit the east wln
dose nt the Court noose, in said Borough.
20tis district, composed of Oil that past of the Borough
of Huntingdon, lying west of Bath street, at the west
window of the Court (Louse, in said Borough.
27th district, composed of the borough of Petersburg
and that part of West too nship, west and north of a line
betocen Henderson and West townships, at or near the
Warm Springs, to the Franklin township line on the top
of Tussey's mountain, so us to include inn the new district
the houses of David Waldsmitb, Jacob Longenecker, Thos.
Hamer, James Porter, and John Wall, at the school-house
in the borough of Petersburg.
28th district, composed ofJunlatra township, at the house
of John reightal, on the hands of nanny Isenberg.
28th district, composed of Carbon township, recently
erected out of apes t of the territory of Tod township, to
wit: commencing at a CIICSOIIIt Oak, at 010 summit Ter
race mountain, at the Hopewell township line opposite the
ditiding ridge, in the Little Valley; thence south fifty-two
degrees, east three hundred and sixty perches, to a stone
heap ou the Western Summit of Broad Top mountain:
thence north sixty-seven degrees, east three Madre 1 and
twelve perches, to a yellow pine; thence south fifty-two
degrees, cast sava ea hundred and seventy-two perches, to a
Chestnut Oak; Come(' south fourteen, degrees, east three
hundred and fifty one perches, to a Chestnut nt the east
end of notary S. Green's land; thence south thirty-ono and
a half degrees ' east two hundred and ninety-four perches,
to a Chestnut Cab on the summit of a spur of Broad Top,
on the western side of John Tel rel's foam; south, e.xty
five degrees, east nine hundred and thirty-four perches, to
a stoma heap on tine Clay township line, at tine Public
School llou-e, in the village of Dudley.
3011, district, composed of the borough of Coalmont, nt
the public school house in said borough.
31st district, composed of Lincoln township, beginning
at a pine Ott the summit of Tussey mountain on the line
between Blair and Huntingdon comities, thence by the
division line south. fifty-right degross east seven bund
led and ninety-eight perchos ton black oak In middle of
township; thence forty-too end one ball degrees east
eight hundred and two perches to a pine on summit of
Terrace; thence by lino of Tod township to corner of Penn
township; thence by the lines of rho ton nsitip of Penn to
tins summit of 'Fosse} , mountain; thence along 8111 d 811111.
mit with lino of Blair county to placo of beginning, at
Coffee Bun School House.
32st Mettler, composed of the borough of illapleton, at
the Grout ached) house in mild borough.
311 district, composed of the borough of Mount Union„
at school house No. 1, In s.dd borough.
34th dish let, composed of the borough of 'Broad Top
City, ilt tile Public School House, in ssid Borough.
3.5 th distiict, composed of the Loco gh of Three Springs
at tbo public Bch, of house in said beeellgtl.
I oleo make known and give notice, as In and by the
13th eection of the afor esaid net I ant directed, that "or.
my person. exceptingjustices of the pence, mho shall
bold any office or appointment of milt or trust under
the government of the United States, or of this State, or
or any city or corporated district, whether a commission
ed officer or agent, who is or shall Lo employed under
the legishith c, execittiveorjudiciary depaitment of this
State, or of the United State; or of any city or incorpo
rated district, and also, that ON ery member of Congress,
and of the State Legislature, and of the select or emu
mon council of any city, commissioners of any incorpora
ted district, is by law Incapable of holding or exercising
at the same time, the office or appointment of Judge, it,
spector or clerk of any election of this Commonwealth,
and that no inspector or Judge, or other officer of any
such election shall be eligiblo to any office to be then No
Also, that in the 4th section of the Act of Assembly,
entitled "An Act relating to executions and for other
purposes," unmoved April 11211, 1540, It is enacted that
the aforesaid lath section 'shall not ho so construed as
to pt event any militia or borough officer from serving as
ledge, or inspector or cleric of any general or special
election in this Commonwealth."
By the act of Assembly of 1109, known as the Regis
try Law, it is provided us follows:
1. "Election Officers aro to open the polls between the
hours of six and seven, A. U., an the day of election.—
Before six o'clock in the morning of second Tuesday of
October they are to receive from the County Commis
sioners the Registered List of Voters and all necessary
election blanks, and they are to permit no man to vote
%those natno is not on said Bat, unless Ito shall make
proof aids right to vote as lotion's:
2. The pCrsen whose mune is not on the li-t. claiming
the right to vote must produce a qualified voter of the
distlict to swear in a written or printed aMdatit to the
residence of the claimant in the district for at least tea
days next preceding roil election, defining clearly
where the residence of the person was.
3. The party chanting tho right to Coto shall also
mako an affidavit, stating to the best of his knowledge
mad belief where and when he was born, that Ito is a
citizen of Pennsylvania and of the United States, that he
has resided In the State ono year, or, if tot merly a citi.
Zen therein and removed therefrom, that lie has resided
thetein six mouths next preceding said election, that he
has not tamed into the district for tho purpose of voting
therein, that he has paid a State or county tax within
two years, a Melt was assessed at least ten days before
the election, and the affidavit shall state when and
where the tax was assessed and paid, and the tax receipt
must be produced unless the utliant shall state that .t
has been lost or destroyed, or that he received none.
4. If the applicant be a naturalized citizen, he must,
in addition to the foregoing proofs, state in - las afidavit
when, mhereond by clot cum t he mast nett:calms:l and
produce Ids certificate of naturalization.
5. Every person, claiming to be a naturalizedcitizen,
whether on the registry fist, or producing, affidavits as
aim °said, shall be required to produce his naturalization
certifieats at the election In fore voting, except where he
has been for ten years consecutively a voter in the dis
trict wheie be offers to vote; and on the tote of such a
person being received, the Election Officers are to write
or stamp the n, urd "voted" on his certificate with the
month and year, and no other vote mu he cast that day
in - virtue of said certificate except whom sous aro entitled
to veto upon the naturalization of their father.
O. If the person claiming to Note who is nut registered
shall make an tabilavit that he is a natita born citizen
of the United States, or, if horn elscu hero, shalt produce
ovid,nco ot his naturalization, or that be is entitled to
citizenship by reason ot his father's nattiralization, and
further, that be is between 21 and 22 years of age, and
has resided in the State ullO sear, and in tho e'ectlon
district ten days iv at preceding the election, ho shall be
entitled to vote though he shall not tin,, e pa a taxes."
in accordance whit Me provision of the Orli section of
an act entitled fun thee supplement to tho Menton
Lams of this Comitionwealth," I publish the following:
WinaNcsa, thy the act of the Congress of tho United
States, entitled act to amend the several acts hereto
fore passed to provide for the enrolling, and calling out of
tlio national forces, and for other purposes," and approved
March 2,1, ISMS, nil persona who have deserted the milita
ry or naval ,ervico of the United States, aunt mit Atari: not
been discharged or relieved Clem the penalty or disability
thelein provided, ate deemed avail When to halo veinal,
rily ielinquishod and for feiteil tin it rights of citizenship
and their rights to become citizens, and aro deprived of
exercist ig au; rigittsuf citizei a :het euf;
Anti Wei tos, Persons not chi/A.IIS of the United States
aro not, ulster the Constitution and lams of Pennsylvania
qualified eltotoi a of this COIIIIIIOII, vain!
riLOTILIN 1. Be it enacted, ilk., That In all elections hers
after to bu held in this Comment, mite, it shall be unlaw
ful fur the Judge or inspectors of any such election to re
eel vo any ballot or ballots from any person or persons
embraced in Line provisions and antoect to the disability
Imposed by said act of ConstessappiONCit March 3d, 1865,
and it shall be unlan fitl fur any such venom to oiler to
rote any ballot or ballots. •
Mx. 2. That if any such Judge and inspectors of election,
or any one of Limit shall reCelVe Or consent to receive any
such unlawful ballot or ballots flout any such disqualified
person, Inc or they so offending shaft be guilty of a nibs
demeanor, and un conviction thereof in any court of guar
ter heMOl.l9 of this commonwealth; he sh a lt for each of.
fence, be sentenced Cu pay a lino of not I ass than one 11111,
died dollars, aud to undergo an Imprisonment is tine jml
or the proper comity for not less than sixty days.
Sm. 3. That if any person deprived of citizenship, and
di,,qualtfied as aforesaid, shalt, at any election hereafter
to be held in this commonwealth, vote, or tender to the
officers Met eof, and offer to vote, it ballot or ballots, any
person so offending eloill be deemed guilty of a nasal,-
meaner, and ou conviction thereof hi tiny court of quarter
Benklioll4 of this commonwealth, shall fur each offence be
punished in like manner as is provided in the preceding
section of this act in case of officers of election receiving
any such uulan MI ballot or ballots.
Seem! 4. That if tiny person shall hereafter persnado
or adsisuany . person or pen... deprn rid of citizenship
or disqualified as tame:said, to offer any balloter ballots
to the officers of any election hereafter to bu hold in this
Commonwealth, or shall persuade, or advise, .y such
officer to receive any ballot, or ba llots, from any person
deprived of citizenship, and disqualified as aforesaid, such
person so ofienduig shall be gialtY of a intstleine;utor, and
IIfIOIICOIIIICtAni thereof it, any Court of quarter sessions
of this Commonwealth, Abell be punished tut like manner
as presided in the second section et this act in the case m
officers of melt electim receiving such tiolawful ballot or
Particular attention is directed to the first section of
the Act of Assembly, passed the 30th day of Mo. ch A. D e
ISM entitled •'An Act regulating the manner of Voting
at all Elections, in the several counties of this Common
"That the qualified voters of the several counties of this
Commonwealth, nt all general, township, baronet and
special elections, are hereby, hereafter, nettle' ized and
required to vote, by tickets, printed or written, or partly
printed and partly written, severally classified as follows:
Olio ticket shall embrace the names of all judges of courts
voted fur • nod ho labelled outside • j ufficiary one ticket
shall embrace all the names of State officers voted tor
and ho labelled "State;" one ticket shall embrace the
names of all county officers voted for, Including office of
Senator, member. and members of Assembly, if toted for
and members of Congress, If voted for. and labelled
"county;" ono ticket shit embrace the names of all town
ship officers voted fur, and ho labelled "township;" one
ticket shall embrace the names of nil borough officers
voted for, and he labelled - b.ratigh ;" and each class shall
be deposited in separate isiiot host,.
Pursuant to tile provisions contained in the 07th section
of the act aforesaid, the judges of the aforesaid districts
shall respectively take charge of the certificate or return
of the election of their respective districts, and produca
them at a meeting of Otte el the judges from each district
at the Court Home, in the borough of Huntingdon, on the
third day after the thy of election, being for tile present
year on FRIDAY, the 14th of OCYOIIEtt. then mid there
to du and lie, form the duties required bylaw of said judges,
Also, that idler., a judge by sickness or unavoidable acci
dent, is unable to attend said meeting of judges, then the
certificate or return aforesaid shall bu taken in charge by
one of the inspectors Or clot la of the election of sald dis
trict, and shall de and perform the duties required of mad
judge unable to attend.
Aloe, that in tho 61st section of said act it is enacted
that "every general and special election shall ho opened
beta, eon the boors of eight and ten in the forenoon, and
shall continuo without interruption or adjournment un
til seven Welk, in the evening, when the pelts shall be
EXECUTIVE CHAMBER, 1
ILtnatsuuna, l'a., August 27, 1870. f
To the aunty C'onanissioners and Sheriff of the County of
WIIEREAS, tho Fifteenth Amendment of tho Constitution
of the United States is no follows :
"SI.CTION 1. Tho right of citizens of the United Status to
rote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States,
or by any State. on account of race, odor, or previous con
dition of servitude."
"SvoilON Tho Congress shall halo power to enforce
this article by appropriate legislation,"
And whereas, The Congress of the United States, ou tho
31st day of .31arch5t1S70, passed au act, entitled "An Act to
cnforce the right of citizens of the United States to vote in
the seventh States of this ihnori„ and for other purposes,"
the first and second sections of a Inch aro as follows :
"Snorionl. lle it enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the United States of America in Clin,q-
Tess assembled, That all citizens of the United States, who
arc, or shall be others too qualified by law to vote at any
election by the people, in any State, Territory, district,
county, city, parish, toe nship, school district, municipali
ty or other territorial sub-division, shall be entitled and
allowed to vote at all such elections, without distinction of
race, color, or previous condition of servitude; any Consti
tution, law, c ustotu, usage, or regulation Many Territory,
or by, or under its authority, to the contrary notwithstand
..SECTIoN 2. And be it further enacted. That if by or un
der the authority of the Constitution or laws of any State,
or the laws of any Territory, any act is or shall be iequired
to be done as a prerequisite or qualifinitiou for voting, and
by such Constitution or how, persons orullicers urn or shall
be charged with the performance of duties in furnishing to
citizens an opportunity to perform such pro. equisite, or to
become qualincd to rote, it shall be the duty in every such
person undid:Hoer to give to all citizens of the United States
the canto and equal opportunity to perform such prerequis
ite, and to become qualified to vote without distinction of
nice, color, or previous condition of servitudo; and if any
such person or officer shall refuse or knowingly omit to
give full effect to this section, he shall, for every such of
fence, forfeit and pay the sum of five hundred dollars to the
person aggrioved thereby, to be recovered by an action on
the case, with full costs and such allowance for counsel
foes as the court shall deem just, and shall also, for every
such offence, be deemed guilty ut a misdemeanor, and shall
on conviction thereof, be fined not less than five hundred
dollars, or 110 imprisoned not less than ono month and not
snore than ono year, or both, at the discretion °Etna,
.And whereas, It is declared by the second section of the
Vlth article of the Constitution of the United States, that
"This Constitution. and the laws of the United gtates,
which shall he :nude in parbstance thereof, shalt he the
supreme law of the land, * s * anything
in the Constitution or taws of any Slate to the contrary
And whereas, The Legislature of this Commonwealth,
on the 6th day of April, A, D. MO, passed an act, entitled,
"A further supplement to the act relating to elections in
this Common old]," the tenth section of which provides
"Seerum 10. That so much of ovary act of Assemblyr,a
provides that only white freemen shall he entitled to vote
or be registered as rotors, or as claiming to vole at any
general or special election of this Commonwealth, ho and
the same ii hereby repealed ; and that hereafter all ft semen,
without distinction of color, shall he enrolled and egis
bored seconding to the provisions of the 11rot section of the
act approved seventeenth April, 1500, entitled "An Act fur
ther aupplmaantol to the act relating to the elections of
this Commonwealth," and when otherwise qualified noder
existing lairs, be entitled to vole at all general and special
elections in this Commonwealth."
And whereas, It is my constitutional and olnciat duty to
"take care that the laws be faithfully excel:W(l;i' and it has
come Cr., my know ledge that sundry assessors and registers
of voters have refused, and are lel:lying to as , diss and regis
ter divers colored male citizens of lilts cut age, and otherwise
qualified as electors :
Now, VILEILEFORE, LI cOltiftienlaoll of the premises, the
county commissioners of said county are hereby notified
and directed to instruct the several assessors and registers
of voters therein, to obey and conform to the requirements
of said constitutional amendment and laws; and the sherif
of said county is hereby authorized and required to publish
in his election proclamation for the next ensiling elections,
the herein recited constitutional amendment, act of Cong
ress, aunt not of the Legbd Mitre, to the end that the same
may be known, executed and obeyed by Ali assessors, reg
isters of voters, election officers and others; and that the
rights and iris nevi guaranteed thereby may be secured
to all the eittzetis of this Commonwealth entitled to the
Given under my baud and the great veal of the State, at
Harrisburg, the day and 3 ea fin:t above written.
ATTEsT: JNO. IV. GEARY.
P. 7ORDAN, Secretary of Common wea:lth_
GIVEN under my hand, nt Huntingdon, the Clit day of
Sept , A. D.lBlO, and arum independence or the Unt
tett States, the ninetytltird.
D. It. P. NEELY, Shot 111.
Huntingdon, Sept. 0, 1870
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
[Estate of Dr. Eliphas Bigelow, deceasedd
There will be sold at public sale, on the
promises, in Jackson Township, Huntingdon
county, Pa., on ,
FRIDAY,I.4th clay of OCTOBER, 1870,
et 10 o'clock, a. in., the following Real
THE MANSION FARM'
containing 230 acres, nearly all elenred, fen
ced and cultivated; bounded by lands of
Robt. Huey and Sarah Porter, on the west ;
by lands of Wm. Cole's heirs on the south ;
by John Barr's heirs on the east; by %Ym,
Reed and others on the north; having thereon
a large log•frame house, bank barn, good
tenant house, stable, three orchards, &e.—
This is a valuable property, having about 72
acres of meadow, and is in good condition,
2d.—A tract of about 72 acres of timber
land, adjoining the south-east corner of the
3d.—A lot of ground containing about 169
perches, bounded by lands of Samuel Watt,
John Ayers and Samuel Bickets, formerly
owned by Wm. Porter.
4th.—Tract of 15 acres, more or less, in
Jackson township, bounded by land of Jas.
Bell on the west, Samuel Watt on the north,
Samuel Musser on the east, and Stone Creek
on the south, having house and stable there
sth.—Tract of G acres of meadow land
cleared,' known es the Alexander Johnston
lots, bounded by lands of John Triester and
Win. Davis on the south, and Stone Creek on
the north, and Wm. Davis on the oust. No
The above lands lie on Stone Crock, about
two and a-half miles north-east of 111cAlavy's
There will be sold on the premises near
Masseysburg, Huntingdon county,
On Saturday, October 15th, 1870,
at 1 o'clockrp. in., the following described
TRACT OF LANE,
containing 111 Acres, composed of three
smaller tracts, bounded by lands of Samuel
Croyle, Joseph Powell and others, being
nearly all cleared and cultivated, and hrving
thereon a house and stable. All grain in
the ground reserved.
Possession given on 14,h November, 1870,
subject to the rights of the tenants.
There will be sold in Belleville, Mifflin
county, Pa., on FRIDAY, 21st October, 1870,
at 1 'lock, p. in., the following property:
Abnyt 2 acres of ground, in Belleville,
fronting on the public street, bounded' by
lands of Shem . Yoder and others, having
thereon a brick bowie and stable.
Also, a lot of ground in the adjoining vil
lage of Mechanicsville, containing about half
an atre, fronting on main street, and bounded
by lot of Joseph Potts on the south, tend an
alley on north and east, having thereon two
frame and one log dwelling houses, log sta
ble and other improvements. Possession
given on let April, 1871.
TERMS of SALE,—One-third of the r urebrise
money to be paid at Huntingdon, on the 14th
November, 1870, when deed will be made ;
one-third in one year thereafter, with inter
est, and the remaining third at the death of
the widow of Dr. Bigelow, the interest there
of to be paid to her annually during her life,
the whole to ho secured by the judgment
bonds of the purchaser.
ISRAEL, BIGELOW, MARI - JOHNSON,
LEDREUS BIGELOW, NANCY MILLER,
JAS. H. BIGELOW, LEWIS BIPELOW,
REBECCA. BIGELOW, JACOB BIGELOW,
WILLIAIt NALE, Guardian of Brown and
MoAlevy' a Fort, Aug. 30-td
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.
By virtue of an order issued out of
the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, I
will expose to public sale on the premises in
On, Tuesday, Septentber 27th, 1870,
The following described real estate:
A TRACT OF LAND
situated in Cromwell township, on the publiet
road leading from Mt. Union to ChamberS
burg, adjoining lauds of Thomas Ashman on
the east, Peter Secrist on the north, Enos
McMullin on the west, and lands of Rock-
Hill Icon Works on the south, containing
144 ACRES, more or lass. The improve
moots consist of a FRAME DWELLING
HOUSE, and Bank Barn, -Double Wagon
Shed, and a good Orchard bearing fruit.
Also, a number of peach, pear and cherry
trees, a nerer-failing spring of water and a
good well in the yard. -Two streams of wa
ter run through the premises, and there is
iron ore and good-limestone on the farm:-
TERMS or S.LLE.—Ooe•third of the par-•
chase money to be paid at November court on
the confirmation of the sale, and the balance
in two equal annual payments with interesoy
to be secured by the bonds and mortgage or
judgment bonds of the purchaser.
Sale to commence at two o'clock, P. M. on
CHRISTIAN PRIM JR.,
Executor of Christian Price, deed,
NEW STOVE AND TIN STORE.
BUCHANAN', ALLISON CO.&
Have opened a new atoro in lenter's -new building, tn.
the Diamond, Huntingdon, Pa., and have ready for sale
a large assortment of
Cook and Parlor Stoves,
STEER'S REVOLVING LIMIT,
ST'EER'S ANTI•DUST COOK STOVES,
SMITH'S REGULATOR and EUREKA COOK STOVES
and LITTLEFIELD'S HEATERS
Alto, a largo aryortment of •.
vain wno tP3IIa.IBEO VAtkt,
and a'great variety or Goode, never baton kept in this
place. We also manufactory
TIN WARE TO ORDER.
Repairing, Roofing and Spouting done at abort notice
Country Stores supplied will. %In Warn at City
Confident of being able to mato it advantageous to
their customers they respectfully solicit usher° of publio
ROOM IN YENTER'S NEW BUILDING
IN THE DIABIOND, 11UNTINGIDON, PA
Jim. 5, 1870
WILLIAM B. ZEIGLER,
• Dealer in
Lndiee Gents And Children's Furnishing Goods, and
ego, of all kinds. A large stock of
PIQUAS, INDIA TWILLS,
LINENS, of all grades, GLOVES,
and Hosiery for men, WOlllOll and Children. Mint and
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS
A general assortment of goods, al
ways at lowest cash prices, and of the
Butter, Eggs, tte.,takon in exchange
Huntingdon, April '26,1870.
New neap Store.
Crownover & Decker,
Have just opened at their new store, 'west
end of Hill Street, next door to the National
lintel, near Fisher's Mill, in Huntingdon, tv
large and selected stock of
BOOTS All'D OES,
FISH and SALT,
FLOUR and CROP,
And everything else generally kept in
first class store.
Everything new and selling cheap, fur
CASH OR PRODUCE.
On the cornet., oppneite the Exchange Hotel,
Will have a good nelection of drugs, medicinal, &c.
rom nimbi° druggists, also a great variety of notions,
ancy articles, perfumeries, protostinetlicinee, toilet, soaps
brushes stuffs, grotertes, to, &c.
THE DRUG DEPARTMENT
UAL° conducted by Dr. Thos. Johnston, who has been
in the practice of medicine for over forty years, which
will be a great advantage to those buying medicines for
family use, where it la not convenient to mut ley a Oust
dun. Advice given when medicines are wanted. Per.
scriptions carefully compounded.
Dr. Johnston is a native of this town, and studied
meoicino under the celebrated Dr. Ifenderson; whose rep.
utation is well remembered by all old citizens.
Cold sparkling soda watercan be had during the sum
mer, drawn from Tuft's celebrated Arctic Fountains,
which Is now considered the best in Use • -
May 24, JOIINSTON& CO.
EASTMAN, BIGELOW & DAYTON
Importers and Jobbers of
RIBBONS, Fancy SILK GOODS,
SASII RIBBONS, RONNNT S BOW 'RIBBONS,
ENGLISII CRAPES, BUTTONS,
TRIMMING VELVETS & SATINS,
Velvet Ribbons. Laces, Edgings, Gloves, &c,
• •AT POPULAR PRICES.
361 BROADWAY, NEW YORK:
Wholesale and Retail dealer ty
(Near the Broad Top R. R. Corner,)
11:111c1tin* trio having disposed of his etock to me. 7 have
taktin charge. of this establishment with n deterraioatioa
to pleaso customors with tho quality and prices of So.
gars, smoking awl chewing Tobaccos, 2t20 , aud will be
pleased to Move liberal N e ro of public patronage.
Dealers wilt find it to their iuterost to buy from me,
as 1 nl2* prepared to sell as low as eastern (balers.
Aug 040 " JACKSON L.ClittlinSON,
WM. LEWIS, Dealer in Boolis,Sta
tionery and Music! lestrurnenta, corner of the
. Sulmeribo for TIM G.LetE: