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-BirOCI.AMATlON FOR A . J wwnip ui .vue
P1UL-1 SPECIAL ELECTION, the above described
1 ni, Tfl,r nv School Uou No. 9
township of Allegheny, residing outside oi
DOlllmaries, IU IJIW ay
TO BE HELD O.N
to t!lt Constitution Ol
which are as follows,
an additional section to the
a. Kar-e and by th. Au Verity of Uxe
Coianouwealth of Pennsylvania, ANDBfcW
G. CUft"U, Governor of said Comon-
'JOHN BUCK. Esq., Sheriff the
" Cmnty of Cambria Sen J J Greeting:
WnEbsIs. A V-int resolution proposing
1 1 1 i r Commonwealth
I uvir .til.... . i .
third article of tho Coustituti -n. w o u.e
uatcd ns secti.m four, as follows:
Sec. J. Whenever any oi me qiwi..iicv
electors of this CcimnonweaUli hball be in
anv actual military Fervice, under a requisi
from the President of the United Slates,
,., by the authority of this Commonwealth,
-ach electors mavexcreise the right of sufi
rage in all elections by the citizens, under
Mich regulations as are or shall be preserved
1 y law, as fully as if they were present at
t'Vir usual place of ilcction.
There shall be two additional sections to
tt... eleventh aitic'.e . f the Constitution, to
in sa;d township
ti,u ;.An nf the district composed oi t
the township of Blacklick, to meet at the I
bouse of Adam Meakin, in the village of j
Belsano. in said township. i
The electors of the district composed ot
the township of Cambria, to meet at the
(Joint House in the Borough of Ebensburg.
The electors of the district composed of
the township of Carroll, to meet at the
School House in Uarrc.Utown, m iuiu
"'The electors of the district composed of
the Borough of Corrolltown, to meet in tho
School House in said Borough.
vi ... i. ..r tl. distiict composed ot
i lit: t-iLLLUia
the township of Chest, to meet at e beh,,ol
Hou.-,e ou the farm of Richard J. ProtidfoOt,
.listriet composed of
in said townsl.ir
hundred and sixty-four, for the purpose of
deciding upon the approval and ratification,
or rejection of said amendments ; which said
election shall be opened, held and closed
upon the the day last aforesaid, at the phu es
and within the hours at and within which
the general elections of this Commonwealth
are "directed to be oj ened, held and dosed ;
and it phull be the duty of the judges, iu
spectors. nnd clerks of each of the said
townships, boroughs, wards, precincts and
districts, to receive at the said election, tick
ets not exceeding the number of pr.p sed
amendment?, eithor written or printed, or
partly written and partly printed, from each
of the qualified voters of this State, who
may offer the same, and to deposite them in
j in a box or boxes, to be for that purpose
I provided by the proper officer? ; which t'ck
its shall be, respectively, lancied onrne
the outside. " First Amendment," " Second
Amendment and Third Amendment
U. S. 10-48 BONOS.
MEETING OK THE RETURN JUDGES, j
Pursuant to the provisions contained in i
V.n Ord section of the f.ct aforesaid rli.jtriei.1 )
shall respectively take charge of the ccrtifi- j The; Bonds are issued under the Act of
cate or return of the election of their respec- j Congress if March 8th, 1864. which pro
tive disrricts, and produce them at a meet- ! vi,les that all Bonds issued under this Act
inc of one judge from each district, at Hoi 1 K"ail t-AfcMl'i l-K'Jii lAAallOJi by
lifhwsbiirg. on the third ilav after the elec- j or nder any state or municipal authority,
tion", bii!g FBIDAY. the 5th dav of Au- ! Subscript"! ns to these Bonds aie received m
"ust. then and there to perform the duties Unitel States n tes or notes of Nadonal
Required by law of said judges. V- They are TO BE REDEEMED IN
Als. that wheie a judge by sickness or ! COIN, at the pleasure of the Government,
unavoidable accident, is unable to attend ; at ''' Peri'"l not I si than ten nor wore than
such meeting ot j-Mges
! or leturn aforesaid shall
! Vy one of the inspectors
. i. .... i i
aj bici'.ons eigne, uo ..
c .V, nil all le iase:l I'v tlse
I . -islature. coiit.iinitig more than one sub
jccT. which shall be clearly expressed in the
.tic, except appropriation bills.
Sec. 9. No bill shall be passed by the
Legislature gianting any powers, or privi
l.-'ei in any cae, whtie the author ty to
rant such powers, or privileges, has been,
!r rnav hereafier be c. :.fenid upon the
court "of thii Commonwealth," has been
d to bv a majority of the members
a ;i ce
...ected to each 11 uc of the I-gis.atuie,
i w. successive sessicns of the same
Ami whereas. It is provided in
a; -.ir'e of 6aid Constitution . tnat any amen.
r. e:,ts fo agreed upon, 'shall bo suui
tue priplc in manner, and a si:
sit least three months afn-r Icings
'v bv the tv. o II. uses, as t;e l.e;
a jzi -.!
...ill pretcrile ; Mich -ubDiissn n to be in
,-,c ii mannor and f .nn.tiiat the people may
..e for or against amendment sepaiate an
And whereas, By an act of i he jen. ra. ;
i-setnbly of this Common wealth, passedthe j
twenty -third d..y of April, Anno Domini ,
10 thousand eight l.undicd and sixty f.ur. .
,s pro-iad, " tha. for the purpose of a.
. . : kilning the sense of the people of this
v .. m-i..nweaUh, in regard to the adoption I
reiection of sai' amendments, or eti.er of!
h. ivi. tho (ioveri..r f this G-nv.non wealth j
-'.i!l issue a wiit of election, directed to each j
every henll cf this Cou.im u wraith. ;
omn.a-oding them to give n tice in the j
r. .ml manner, in n 't less than t.vo n.-'w j
-, jj er.s in teh city nd c r.tnty : '' "', j
f. -a no n.aay are pul lisl.c 1 t'nercin, aod by j
a- least two printed bruidbilis in eaeli clec j
ti.-u i'.atrLct, of e cry city and county wlu re i
i -3 i v wrpapor is publifhed, tha an tie- ;
- ,n '.U be held in each cf t! e townships. !
roit ih. .... ir
The electors of the district composed of
the ton,ship of Clearfield, to meet a School
House No. 3. adjoining the village of Saint
Aucusline, in said township.
'1 .e electors of the district composed of
the township of Coneuiaugh. to meet at the
School ll.'U.-e at Singer's iu said towns; ip.
The electors of the district compared of
i. i:or..i!..li nf Coiieniauiihtoineetasf.il-
i lows first 'AVard to meet at the house now
occupied by 1 cter .laixie, in me ursc w.uu
of said B .rough. Second Ward, to meet at
the house now occupied by John Headrick,
ii. w.iiil second W aid.
The electors of the district composed of
the township of Croyle, to meet in the School
House in the village cf Sumineihill in taid
The electors of the district composed oi
the Borough of Ebensburg, to meet as fol
lows; Ea.-t Ward at tin C urt House, in said
Wa.d. West Ward at James Myers' Hall in
The electors of the district composed ot
the township of da. kson to meet at tnc house
of Henry Rager, in said township.
The electors of the district coinpo.-ed of
the Borough of Johnstown, to mei as fol
lows: 1st Ward at the Public S- hoc! llous;.
in said Ward: and v am at me
Johnstown House, corner el .uam ana io
.tist street, iu said Ward; d Ward at the
F-.ster House, in said Ward ; 4th Ward at
the Mansion., m said V.rd ; 'th Ward at
the K tumIIc Hotel, in said Ward.
'lhe electors of the dlstiict computed of
the Borough of Eoretto, ti mc--t iu the
School House of said lioioll h.
The electors of the distiict composed of
and thoo who are favorable to said amends
Ti eler-fotS III tllC
n ,.r r.rL Snrincrs. lo u.ecv ii
of Jacob Wa rner, iu sau ro- mems, or any ui mem, "or u:eir
- a j approval thereof by vcting, each, as irrain'
separate written nr printed, or partly writ
ten and partly j iinlod ballots or tickets, as
there are ameiulmen.iments approved
them, containing on the inside thereof, tho
words, For the Amendment ;" and those
wlio aie r-jiposed to such aniendments, or
any of them, may express their opposition
by" voting, ei l s many separate, written,
or printed, or partly punted and partly writ
ten ballots, or tickets, as their are amend
ments not approved by tliem, containing on
the inside thereof lb words Against the j
Amendment ; " the electors voting f .r or j
f against the first amendment stiall be consul-
I ered as voting for or against the proposed j
j fourth section to article three of the consti- j
i trtion. exten iing the riLrht of suffrage to i
lection ol said district, who sli-ii do and
perform the duties required of said judges
unaole to auemi.
Given under my hand in my office in
Ebensburg, the thirteenth day of July A.
Sheriff of Cambria County.
Shiriit's Oeiice, )
Ebensburg. Fa., July 13,18b4.
l'LHLA DELPHI A.
Disf.ashs of thi: Nr.Kvous, Skmisai.,
T'uixAiiY AXD Sexual Ststkiis new and
: reliable trcalment in reports ot tne
i HOWAliO ASSOCIATION S-.-nt by mad
i in sealed letter ciivc-h pes, free of charge,
j Address, Dr. J. SKILLEN IIOUGHTEN,
i Howard Association. No. 2 Sou in Ninth
Street, Philadelphia. Pa.
I . V.liiJ.i
thn the rert;ficite 'forty vcars from their elate, and until redemp
II be" taken char. J of i FIVR P1:R INTEREST WILL
s of clerks ot the e : PAID IN COIN, on Bonds of not over
electors voting for or against the
for or against the.
1 ! No.
m posed of
I ;.; the L
! Of the
t i.ei ein .
s. wards, p reminds aii I
on the FIRST TUESDAY CF AU
in the vear of our L'-rd, one thou.
eight hundred and s'xty f ur, for the
I dcc'i.'.i: g upon the. approval ana
j :.t;tioatn n. .a
rejection, ot tne st d
said ehrti :; sl.a'l le
ainen. I- I
and closed upon the day last aforesaid.
; the places and within the hours, at and
.;.! in which, the general edc. ri .ns of this
i:.nc -n wealth arc .liivcted to be opened.
1.11 and cloi-e !."
thviifor?. In obedience to the re
.. . . -i r . i .
ren.orits ! ti.o ten in article ot me .ii
Miti'.n, ami in v !'(, n hi nrf u ith the. true in-
i td nnd inclining of the said act . f tl.efiene
r A.- en.biy of this Commonwealth, 1
AM)R!'AV G. Cl'UTIN. Cb.vernor - f t!:e
m; 1 Cotr.monvc p;dt!i . f Per.nstlvaoia. d is.
.'. this writ io;:i'u tiding nnd requirin '
u, the said J ! n Buck, Si.entl of s.i'd
.u t-. to givj notice in the us lal n" airier
:s by law required, that an 1 c 1 i .n will
oe In id according to the ternis of the p. ill -:
ti:tion ar. '. j r - i.-i. a.s i f the a -t f the
al'ore-aid, in eich of the
wards, preciccts and
the toMishro of Minister to in ct at tne
waivhous.' ol Angiislin Dm -'oi 11,111 the village
nf Afiirisnr. in said township.
Tne lectors T the di-trict c
towns jp of Uiehl-inu,, to
ol J.ccob K ivg.in Fai i tov. i.-l
Tne electors . f thec.istrict c-
the iVroi:-h of Mtilvil'e t.. mot at
Frankiir. li use, in said '. urcugh.
The electors of the di-triot c ino...ed . f
the towi.shlp of Snium rt.jli. to n.. ci at the
School ILjUsc in the B ! . u.h cl U::.-..cTe.
in said township.
The th ctois of thcdistiiet comprved . f the
Borough cf Summitvii'ie, to mce; at ti.e
School Iloiiic in said Bor. ugh.
The electors of tl e district coinpon d of
the township of Susquehanna), to meet at
the house of Jerome Fl"tt. in said town
ship. The electors of the district tdiiv-S .'d - t
the township of Taylor, to meet at the
School H aise, near John Headrick V. in said,
The elect ts of the district com posed f
the township of Washington, to meet at the
School House situated at the loot of piano
No 4, in suid towi.shi-'.
Ttie electors oi the district composed of
lioroneti ot W llioore to meet at tile
j eectioii to article eleventh of the Constitn
! ti n ; and electors voting for or against tha
', thiid amendment shall be considered as
j voting f r or against the proposed ninth
1 section to article eleven of the Constitution.
; Sec. ll. Tiiat tho election on the pr." '--i
ed amendments, shall in all respects, be cm
I ducted as the general elections of this C"in
I tuonwealth ave now conductc-1; and it shall
! be the duty of the return judges cf the re
i spective counties and distticts thereof, first,
having carefully ascertained tlie numlier ot
' votes given fur or against said amendii;' nts
' in the manner aforesaid, to m ike out diipli
! rate returns thereof, expressed iu wo-ds at
' length, and not in figures only : 01 of
1 which rettirtfri, so made, shdi be lodged in
; the rothouotniy 's nilir" of the our'. !
j common ideas of the proj er county, and the
to the - ci . t.irv 01
d hy ne . ! such
the m .-t con
h postage si.ail
of the- proper
foundry, in IMjI'M.L I.b, 1 intend to keep
geod and accomnlati ng workmen, who will
endeavor to non and repair wagons, inmf-S
ghs. nine horses iVc
; sleos, f.ici
; ai.d as 1 aymg
July 13 04.
shoe horses cVt
custoiiieis may requite.
ISAAC "C. SlNGi:U.
I one nuored tl.dlars atmualiy and on all
i other Bon is semi. annual!'. The interest is
' payable on the first days of March and Sep
, lember iu each year.
i Subscribers will receive either Registered
j or Coupon Bonds, as tliey may prefer. Re
j gistere.L Bonds are recorded on the books of
I the U. S. Tiensurer. and can be transferred
! only on the owner's order. Coupon Bonds
i are payable, to hearer, and are more conve.
j nient for Commercial uses.
I Subscribers to this loan w;ll have the op
! tion of having their lionds draw interest
I from March 1st, by paying tlie accrued in
j terest in coin (or in United States notes,
j or the not. s of National Banks, ad iing fifty
j per cent, for premium.) or receive them
j drawing interest from the date of subscrip-
; t;oii and dep. .stte. As tnee londs are
; EXEMPT FROM MUNICIPAL OR STATE
1 their value is increase, 1 from one to three
1 per cent, per annum, according to tha rate
of tax IcVi-:
' At the j
i I'-ey pay
;OVF.R EIGHT PER CENT. INTEREST t
! iu curryr.cv. and ae ..f
' as a peru.ancht or tempi
It is beheved that no sf curities oiler so
. 1:1 various parts ot the coun'i v.
resent rate of premium 011 gold
SCROFULA AKD SCEOFULCUS rI5!:A?E3:
from Emery Edf. fM-JLfioifi merchant xf
" I hve told large fjiianli'ief of yonr Sabai'au
ti I A. but never tl oiie 1 oltlo wliiuli faiU-t ot n
Jeiin;d eff.-ct aud'l'ull niti.-Jaction tu.lliost lid took
it. As fat as our rieop.c try it. tliey kle-f tl vie
born t.o mc-dicin! like it Le'loit: in our comruuijit "
Eruptions, Pimples, Biotcbea, Fualu'.es;
Ulcers, Sores, and all Diseases of the Ski a.
From y?ri. I;o4. Strnrfm. ISr:.-t.J, Jingtaiul.
" I cul tio my liuty to you unci the nulilic, ni.cn
I aflil my testimony to Hint you j.iil.'Wli rf tli nv
cliciim! virtue' of your SAnRAPAiui.i.A. 1 v ciiiufrli
Ut, aed 1 n, lifui au llictiiK bumor ia fn-r ear-,
eyes, and Lair lor year, vri.lcli ue wr uiikl.lj ij
cine until we tried ynur SARS.rAntci.A. Sl.c hH
Lc-ta weJl for tome iiioi.ths."
fYnm Mrs. Jane F.. liirv. a tri ' tnmrn ar.d tnv,-l,.
ttrt'iiuil latly cf JM h h i. :i ,7. , t'tijit, Mny Co., N J.
" My daughter Ims utrervd for a -Hr f'.st v. jtli a
Fcrofu'lous crujitioH, which i very troublefome.
Nothir.gairoraed auy jeli-'t until wetried jfiursAK
6Ar.liiLLA, which boon completely cured her."
From Charles P. Gaf, Fsij.,rf the vl-'rhi-tnoirn firm
of (iniji:, Murray If Co., nwmr'ticturtrt tf eeim
dled )'ii-crs in AasAun. A'. H.
" 1 hiid'l'or Reve-ral years a very troul.'o-ome o.
Tnor in-my lace, which grew constantly nir until
it iii-liufed my teatures and become an into'.. n.b!e
rdllicfion. I fifed uiuiobt evt rytliii)! a man could cf
I.01I1 advice and medicine, but without euy relief
whfcteve-r, until 1 took your siAUSAi-AiULLA. It
i:imiecn:itely made inv fuce worse. n yon toid rne It
i.ilfiht lor a time; lu in a lew weeks the new jkin
l.iua to form under the b'ote-hef., and coutiniu-d
until my luce is as smooth a? tun body', and 1 am
without any sMiiptoms of the diWriK' that I kt.ow
cl'. 1 enjoy pei ieci health, and without a doubt owe
it to your'bAitSAt'AuiLi.A."
Ervsipelas General Debility Furify the
Fn-m Dr. Tfi'.f . Sairin, lloxtstem St.. .V. T.
Dr. Ayeu: I seldom tail to r move Lruptiont end
S rriiilnut Sores by the persevering use of your
8a ks a i'auilla. and 1 hac jutt now CJred an Rt-
( taek of Mnlignant Fn;ipelas with it. o aiTcrc
1 tie t iiofscus equalbt'lic- ;aksapai:ix.i.a you hnvo
I feupplieif to the proiebtion as well as to the people."
FmmJ. E. Johnston, ." , Wakitiias). Ohio..-
" l'.ir twelve years I 1 ad tne yellow trysipela on
equal Convenience j niy r:?!:t arm. during which time 1 tried a!i the ce!
t ir e-.vteie-.t ! hrated phj sicians I could reach, and took huiiered
..ir 1r.vesimc.1l. ,,-,i0;aS Vcrth of medicine-s The nicer were m
.ts to i riders
U. l'. t.ds.
as the various
In all other
...4 1 - ...... l.-.'i .....1 .tiri.f.
riiei m dial ..ii. ..... v.
the ( 'omm. n weaitb, a
!epoMt.-d, I ol thwiiii, 1
ut post ofticc, upon w'li;
pre; ai,l at the e::peu-
Si.c. S. Th..i it .-hall be the duty of the j
Secretary of the (Jui'imonwca'th, on the :
twenty third day of August i:txt, before
four o'eh ek, post n erchaii, to uti'v t to .
I lie Sneaker of the Semite or the .'-peaker of j
Iu the matter of tiie
petition of D.nnenic MoIJride. for sjieeitic
pt-rformanee of contract with Michael Ken
nedy, deceased :
The undersign..'. commissioner, appointed
by the Orphan's Court of Cambria County,
to take testimony in the above stated mat
ter, hereby notifies all persons i'ltercsted,
that he vwii attend to the duties of his rq
pointment , at the oflice of Phil S. Noon
Esq., in F.U'nsbu.g on SATURDAY, the
'gOth day ..f August next (1864). at one
o'clock P. M , when and where those per
sons interested may attend if they see
JAMKS C. KASLY.
duly 13. C-l St.
forms of indebtedness, the faith or ability of
j rivate parties or stork companies or sepa
iate conimr.iiitiei-, only is pledged for pay
ment, wrdhi f . r the debts of the United
Slates the whole property of thecountiy is
h '..lt 11 to r.c r.re the payment cf both priu-cij-al
and interest ifi coin.
There lVtd3 may be stibscril.! for in
sutnsfroiv. vtiO up to any magnitude, on the
same terms, and are thus made equally
available to the sin dlest lender and and
the hue.-t c'o'.'n'ist. Thsv can be con-
oineiit, and the
of the inteiot.
in this connec
ii Funded Debt of the United
h inteu-st is payable in gold,
of M troli, 1SC-1. w;'s
inttie' t on this debt for the
car vvi'i be ,$15'.9.T.l20,
of tiiC Su'.o
tics of th
sb dl on the s
res, th-.- ret urns
election, tf in tne
sa ne day an
an ! t'lC .llllL
hour be opened
in the presence . 1 tm' mem-
tives ; and the number.'
against said aniendmcnt
d House of H. pvr-enta- ' p"
f votes Livea for and tail-
e are now sc-odu.u bv mail, i ee ol m t
agf. OUR FIN II DIAMOND POINT
-UNION O(iLl) PUNS," and Sti.v-u
FxTKNoi.r.c Si ii'iMJ Cask, with hun Pen
cil, be-.ntir..lly chased, at our who!esal
c f W 0 never leoie rc-
They r.re j
resj "-etively, shad
and ! a
i e care; uli v summeo up a.-c-eiiaiiifo,
and dunlicte certificates of the re.-ult, shall i
be signed by the Speakers cf the two houses.
Oi.e of the said certificates shad be delivered I
to the Secretary of the Commonwealth, who i
shall cau-e the same toh.' rec r io! and filed j
in Ids oftiee. and ir,
t t v. obi i S , bor o ugh s ,
districts therein, ou the
.Augn-t. in the year of or Lord one thcu- j
:and eight hundred and siily-foiir, for the !
purpose of deciding upon the approval and j
r.t.n?.ttion, or njcctiou cf the taiJ amend-
Given t:ndcr n.j iiatid and the great soal
of the State, at Hartiaburg, this Twenty -t-r.-t
day of Jr.ue, in the year of our Lord
re thousand eight liundrel and rixty-four,
ar. 1 if ths Commonwealth the eighty-eighth.
By the Governor: ULI 8. LIFER.
Secretary of the Commc-r. wealth.
In putsuanoe of tle aliove proclamation
cf th Governor of ths Common weaitb of
Pei.r;slvania. I John Iiutk, High Shdifl'of
tlie county of Cambria, Pennsylvania, do
hereby make known ai,d irive tolice to the
electors of the county aforesaid that an elec - J
tion will be held in the ?aid eountv of Cam !
bria, on TUF.SDAY. THE PCCOND DAY
OF AUGUST. 1S;J. for the purpose of
voting on "joint resolution proposing cer
tain amendments to the Constitution of the
1 AU.O nF.RF.RY MAKE KNOWN
AND GIVE NOTICE that the places of
holding the aforesaid fpecial election in the
several wards, boronghs, districts and town
ships within the county of Cambria, are as
"oliowg, to wit :
The electors of the the township of Alle
gheny to meet as follows, to wit : The elec
tors of the QiUtrict composed of that part of
raid township of Allegheny, beginning at
the line dividing Blair nnd Cambria counties,
at a point on the dividing line of two tracts
of land, one of which is warranted in the
name of Aaron IWen. and the other in the
name cf Mary Rower) and Ytnus Lewis,
thence south 89 degrees west 63 perches!
thence south 20 decrees we.cf tn a Tnin
urKnon vjp.n Koad thence alonr Knirl
road to the towni-hip road leading to P.urnt
Mills, thence south IS deg. west 86 porches
to Dawson's Mills and honse. thence along
the township road to Barnt Mills, to dividing
line between Allegheny and Washington
townships, thence along Washington town
thip line to dividing line between Cambria
and Blair counties, to meet at the School
House, Ln tho town of GalJiUin u said dis
trict; and the elector, of that part of said
School Home in said. Roiou
Tne electors of ihe district con: posed ( f
the town-d.ip of White, to meet at the School
House No. 1, in said township.
The. eieetors of the district compwd of
the to-.vnsi.iji of Yoder. to meet at the Pub
lic lljuse occupied by Peter Fink.
The electors of the district composed of
the L'.oroiigli of Camhtia Cdy, to meet at
S hool House No. 2. in said Roronghh.
I also fir the information of the electors
of the county of Cambiia publish the act,
entitled an Act prescribing the time an 1
manner of submitting to the people, for
the appioval and ratication, or rejection,
the ptoposed amendment to the Constitu
tion. Whereas, A joint resolution, the proposing
certain amendments to the Constitution of
this Cunmon wealth, has been agreed to by
a majoiitv uf the members elected to each
1 1 011 e of the Legislature, at two snt''es.-ie
sessions commencing on the first Tuesday
of January, in the year of "cur Lord one
thousand eight hundred and sixty-three and
lhe second session commencing en the first
Tuesday in January, in the year cf our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and f-ixty-f air.
And wlicreis, It is provided in the tenth
article of tne Constitution, that any amend
ment, no agreed upon, shall be t-.utnr.tted !
to the people in tttch manner, arid such '
times, at least three months after being so j
agreed to by the two Houses, as the Legis- j
lature'shall prescribe, such submission to be j
iu such manner and form that the people
may vote for or against each amendment i
separately and distinctly therefore, (
Secthm l. Re it enacted hy Vie Senate and 1
JIoujc of Representatives of lhe f nntio)i
vcealUi (f Pennsylvania, in General Assent'
bly met and it is hereby enacted by Vie authori
y of the same That for the purpose of
ascertaining the sense of (the people of this
Commonwealth, iu regard to the adoption
or rejection of said amendments, or either of
them, the Governor -of this Commonwealth
shall issue a writ of election, directed to
each and every sheriff of this Common wealth
commanding them to give notice, in the
usual mannerj in not less than two newspa
pers iu each city and county : 1'roviJed,
That so many are published therein, and by
at least two printed handbills in each elec
tion district of every city and county where
in no newspaper is published, that an elec
tion will be held in each of the townships,
boroughs, wards, precincts and districts
therein, on the first Tuesday of August in
tho year of our Lord one thousand eipl.t
cause, a quorum
his oftiee. and '.tie other ot sai l certificates
.-! all be delivered to the h"Von r, who shall
forthwith'issue hii proclimation, declaring
whether the said amendments 01 Other of
them, have been approved and latified by a
maj .rity of the qoahdie 1 wters of this State
here., 11 I'vreo'f. iiii'.t u. loranv
- - - j
f either house uf the Ijegtv.-
I at u re shall not be present at the day and
hour above mentioned, then the said votes
shall be opened in the presence of such mem
bers of sa.d houses :.s shall he present ; and
in case of the absccnee of the Speaker of
either if said hou-es the sail certificate shall
be tigned by the Speaker present ; or, iu
cas-.i the absceuce -of both .Speakers, by
t'.e Chief Clcrksof both Houses, or either f
them in the absceuce of one of said clerks.
Skc 4. That the several duties required
to be performed by the sheriffs, commission
ers, constables, judges, inspectors, and all j
other officers whatever, iu and about the
general elections of this ''"tnmonwealth shall
be performed by such officers in and about
the election herein provided for ; and ad.
persons, whether others or others, shall be
liable to the same punishment for the neglect
of dutv or the commissi. ,n ,,f any offence at
in or about the said election as tliey would
for the neglect of like tl 11 ty or the.tomnrs
sion of like offence at in or about the general
eioctious of this Common wealth.
1IKNRY C. JOHNSON.
Sneaker of lh Hoine of Representatives.
JOHN l PENNY,
Speder of tlie Senate.
Arrnr vko. The hrcnty third day (f April
Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred
awl sixty four.
A. ti. UUK1 IS.
acknowledge! to be the most durable.
beautiful in market. They are manufac'ur
ed of Fink Gold, and finished in the 1 e.-t.
possible style. They are celebrated fir tieir
adaptness to every hand and sty!.- of wri
ting, making a beautiful light or heavy
stroko when" drsiud. We bat e sold .-.vcr
oe 1 undred thousand - Union" Pens du
ring the pa.t eight mor.t' s, and we have not
one word of dissatisfaction from any one
using our Pens. They are the bt sr- Gold
Pen made, and sold for one quarter the price
charged by many. Any one ot deriug by
mail will receive "their P.ns by next return
v rted into money at any n
holder wdl h. ve t:
l'. rnav be usefnl
tion th-it tl:.. to
States on whh
on the o 1 day
while the t:-.o-ns revenue in go!d
-u::-e.d fival year, endiny June 30th.
ba hen s far at the rate of over $100,000,
OoO n.iii; n r er annum.
Ft wi'.! o- teen that even the present gold
revenues of the Government are largely in
csicfs of the warts of the Treasury for the
payment of jid interest, while the recent
increase of the tar
annua! receipts ft
amount of import.
j e r annum.
Ir.s'Mi. ti n- to the National Banks acting
loan i.L-ciits .vie not issued tiotn th
ft will doubtless raise tne
m customs on tne samu
licit-., to $150,000,000
plain. One trial of our Gold
convince any person of their su-
Ye also send, without extra
HOOD'S GREAT ROOK OF 100
ates Tieasuiy until March 'Zh, out
first three weeks of April the sun
ns average. 1 more than TEX MIL
LIONS A WEF.K.
Sub-cri j.tions wili 1 e ;eci:ived by the
First N-. ioiial Ri-. k of l'-iiilade'phia. Pa.
Seo-Mid Natioii i; liai.U of Phlladeldhia, Pa.
Third National li.-mk of Ph'da-k-lphia. Pa.
AND P.Y ALL OTHER NATIONAL
which are c?epos'.loi ios of Public money,
RESECTABLE RANKS & RANK ERS
t i.r,.n.7l,,nif the conntrv. factin" a fluents of
tV.e ':iti.m d D tiositorv Rat;ks) wi
f..rt'i,orinf..nii!ilin!i .111 at.olicatioii and
' - . ..... t -t. - rprt
AFFORD I.Xi-.Ri lAt iuii
Jane 22, 1G1 tf
C erlr's Sale.
BY virtue of a writ of
Vend." Kxpon. is.uied out of the Court of
Common Pleas of Cambria County, and to
me directed, there will be exposed to Public
Sale at the house of Patrick Shtcls, in Lo-
retto, on Saturday the Sixteenth day of July
next, at one o'clock, P. M., the following
Rn.'tl Estate, to wit :
All the right, title and interest of J. Blair
M oore. of, m and to a piece or parcel of land
situated in Allegheny township, Cambria
county, adjoining land of Thomas Parrish,
Peter'Kerrigan and others containing about
forty-five acres (45) more or less, about
twenty five acres of which are cleared hav
ing thereon erected a one story log house
and a small log barn, now in the occupancy
of Margaret Daily.
Taken in execution , and to he sold at the
suit of John J. Glass.
JOHN BUCK, .Sheriff.
Shf.biif's Offk v.. Ebensburg",
June 20. lRC4-4t
SECRETS, or How to Make 40 a Day ;
Without Capital. One of these secrets j
cost the publisher $250 fur the right to pub- j
lish it. Several persons are now making j
$120 dollars per month by these Secrets, j
This b vk is worth $50 to any man or wo- j
man. Lieut. Asa Bennett, a wounded sol
dier, writes us from Chicago, he has realized j
in four months. S313 by knowlctc obtain - 1
ed from this book. We send one Gold Pen, I
silver Intension Case and Pencil, and Book
nf Secrets, for $1,25; three for 83,50; four ;
for $1.50; six foi $G.50; twelve for $12.00. j
fs3- Send Government money. ' j
Address M. YOUNG & BROS.
157 Monroe Street
July .C,"l8C4siim. KEW YORK.
Jirob Wi.H8intjcr. of Indiana county,
l'a.; Elizabeth Shank, (wife of Joshua
Shank ) of Indiana, county, J'a. ; Either
Hay, wife of John Hay.) oj starKcuunu,
Shite of Indiana; Barbara Lcvinyxton.
(wife of Samuel Uvinyston,)of Somerset
county, ra. ; and Georre Wissinycr, of
Somerset county, l'a., children and heirs
atdaw of John Vissiuyer,late of Richland
t r.nnhrin ciiiin u. l a. . aeceaAca .
TAKK NOTICE, that in pursuance
Margaret Evans IN the Curt
be her next friend I Common Pleas
David Kv: ins
I Cambria Oiunty.
Nj. 1G June Term,
rm 1SG1. j
Alias SubrTita in '.
j Divorce. !
To DAVID I'.VANS, the above named Li- j
bclcr : " i
YOU are hereby notified that in pnrsu- :
ance of an order of Court- in the ub .ve j
staled case, you are required to 1 e and r p- '
near in vur proper per.-on b. fore the Ju.lg. j
, ., 1... P;.-ct T.ind.tV of i
ol tnesai.i v.omt, ."i - 1 - - j
SentemVer next, at Rbensburg, to answer
tl-.e petition of libel ..f .tho said Margaret
Evans, and to show cause, if any you have.
why the said Margaret F.van-, your wire, j
shotti" I not be divorced from the bonds of
matrimony, ngieeably to the Act3 of Gene- j
ral A-seinbly in such case wade and provi- '
Fdensb:irg. June '20. ISf.i 4t Sheriff. ;
hnd thr.t the cords lcnme visible. ud the doctorn
tiecided that my arm tciit-t Le fimputhted. 1 bcar
tiikin? vour S A KSAPAfliLL A. Took two bottle-, nr.d
nome of your 'ills Tecthcr they have cured nr
1 uni now s well und Found a anybody. lin in a
ptihiic plnce, my case is known to everybody in tLu
e-ominuiiity, nnil excites the wonder cfall."
From I fan. llnni Monro, M. P. P..rif Xeternstle. I'
ll'., r itadiny member of the i auarfi'tn Faritamtnl
" I ha.c um d our Saks a pa rill a in inv lnniily,
for pettnal debility, and tor purrifying the blnoti,
v.iih very laiicticitil re-iilts. end le-cl contidence in
commending it to the ufllie'ed.''
St. Anthony's Fire, Kosa, Salt Ehcma,
Scald Head, Sore Eyes.
From Ilarrfii Fickler. Esq.. the alle editor cf ihe
Tunekiiaiinor!; Iimocrnt, rnnin'lrtmia.
" Oar oniv child, tibout three vcars ot uge, Tin at
tacked Ly pimples on his lortiiead. 11-ey reiadly
spread until thev formed a loathsome ard virulent
Miro. which covered his lace, und actually blinded
hi eves ior some ttavie, - A.-ki'.tiil physician apphed
i:;;i!:'tc of silver and other iemcdi.-. without any ftp
t.Hient effect, t or fcfteen da s v.e guarded hU hano,
iefl with liieni he should tear open the lcstering and
coiiaipt wound vihich covered his whole face. Hal
ing tried everv thing elfe we had any hope lrom, i
l-rynn pivin'vour Saksaparii.la. and applying
t lie iodide of p'oiash lotion, as ou direct. The for
la-van to henl when we hud piven the first bott'e,
; and wan well when we had f:ci.-hed the second. T lie
child'K evclnshc, which had corue out. jirtw ngaln,
! and he now as hea'tle- ai.d fair cs :ny other. 1 ha
1 whole neighborhood predicted that tLe child mujt
Syphilis and Mercurial Tjieas3.
From Dr. Ifiram .sVeT. .S"f. Emits. Missouri.
' ! hnd your Sarbapauilla a mote efl.ctiml
! remedy for the see-ondarv kvmiitonis of Syphu"i,
I and for Fyphiiitic disease than any other we posM.
i The prof.-wion are indebted to you for some ot the
; best medicines we have."
' From A. J. French, M. I , an eminent jthxj ririnn of
; Eaicrence. Mais., who la a prominent tuemUr cj
i th' Isiislnture of Mnssichnsetts - -1
Dr. aveu Mv dear s-ir: I have found joLr
SAr.SAi-AUli.LA au' cxcelle'l t remedy for SvpMi,
' both of lhc-rnmnrii and secondary type, and eEct
Ufl in Feme cases tiiat were loo obstiufctc to 3 ieai to
f ther remedies. 1 do not know what we can cm
J plov with more- certainty of succcso, wheie a powtr
: lul 'alterative h-required. :1
! Mr. Chas. S. Vat Liete, of .V, ic JJrtir. A'. ,
hud dreadful nicers on his leps. caused by the : l'Uio
; t.f meirurv. or mriiriat dUeir. which prewi.-.oie
: und more ajreravated for eais. in srite ol e-veiv
I em. dv or treatment thr.t couid beeppned. uutil t.ie
' tA-rseveriiii? t:se of Ayf.h Sap.sapai.iu.a reneveJ
i l.im. Few cii08 can be found more inveterate and
' di--!!s-ir.ptl.i.n th:, and it took scveial do7eu bot
! ties to cti.t lilm.
Leu20rrhcc-a, Whitea, Female Weaknes;,
' arcenrrallv jiroducod bv intrrns! berofuiow I'.'r r-
i alio,,, and a're vc-rv oiten cuied by tho alterative
' c fleet of this Sarpapa p.illa . Some cases require,
i however, in aid of the S a us a paP.i lla , the eMi.'il
application of local r.-incde'S.
From t',e vJI-l-n-n ;. f viMvreUlratrd If.
J.iroo M rrit:'. cf f V.-i'i.-ei.'i.
j j.me l.iai.d v.air S.ur-Ar.iKlT.i .1 an cxMnli.t
alte-iuloe in disease of Inmilii Mtny raesot o-r.-'!i!ari:v.
l.i-uco-r!,.cj, Ii.leTiial Uieet anon, ai !
local deb'iiitv , aririiix fi 0111 the tcrot.f.oiis diathivi-,
have vielded to it. and theif are few that do 110 .
when"itseirct is properly aided by local treatment
A nidi!- UKXCiltin'j to alien- the jtMblicuiioa h.r
My daughter and nnselt have Ins 11 cur.-' 01 a
yiiy debilitating I.eucorrha'a of ouft ttniiilmg. bv
two bottle of jour tAW.u-.r.lLLA.'!
Kheumatioin. Gout. Liver Complaint, Dya-
pepnia Heart Disease, Neura Rla,
when euu--d bv S--i-r-'.' i" the sv-teia, aie- lapidlv
cured bv thic Lr SOiS.irARH.i-A.
1 n--e -o tnanv :..b. aumt'e- over the other pm-eativi-,
ia the marker, mid their superior virtue
are so universalis- known, thet we need not io
jiioiv than to usi-uiv the puhlie their o.uality
maiataine.l eqnr-.l to the 1 .-t it ever has been,
and that they may l e dejKni.U-d on to do all
that thev !:ro e c-v.-r done.
Prepared y J. C. AVKIt, M li., &. to,
Ixwell, Muss", und sold by
Dr. R. S. BUNN. Ebensburg,
C. T. FHAZF.R, Johnstown.
P. H. SHIELDS, Lorrctto, and dc.i!rs
June 15. 1304.
i f ett. rs tesani(-ntarv on the
estate of John II. F.vans, carpenter, late cf j
P.Vvrbi towuslvn. C.md ri.i county, dee'd, I
i havinc oeen grante.i ny inn nii.n ..1 .-mu ,
writ for that purpose, issued out of the Or, j C(lUnty to the undersigned Notice is hereby j
win on 1 l ' , ...... . r f v;.. 1 - . n 4l.,.oi. I r,',li.1ao.l n cnul etnte tn I
by her next friet.d,
phans' Court, ol tne t.unty 1.1 cum,.,,,..;
State of Pennsylvania, to me directed, an ,
inquest will be held at the late dwelling J
houe of the paid John Wissinger, deceased. .
(now occupied by Dauiel Wissinger,) in j
Richland Township, Cambria county, afore- ,
said, on Thursday the 4th da of August :
f at. one o'clock in the afternoon of that
dav,' for the purpose of making partition of
tho same can I done without prejudice to
or epoiling of the xvhole otherwiso to value
and appraise the fame, according to law,
at which time and place you are reqmied to
attend if you think proper. -
JOHN BUCK, Sheriff.
Sheriffs Office, Ebensburg,
July 6. 1864-4t J
lvrll I.I all inrvse lllliei.ve.l .it win .
,-ome and settle the same and those haying
claims against said estate to present them
dulv authenticated for settlement.
June 20, 1804-Ct Executor.
The Auditor ap
day, for the purpose 01 maning r-.u j b , Q 0mrt of Cambljii
the real estate of the said .lecca 1. to and J the hanJi
, lw rl.ildien and reprsentative, it , coin, y, to m-u .
of Alexander Kilg"re Lsq., Administrator
of John Corbly dee'd.. notifies all parties
intere-ted that he trill attend to the .duties
of sai 1 appointment, at his oflice in Eben
burg, on Thursday the llth day of August
next, at one o'clock P. M.
PHIL. S. NCOS.
July 20 3t. Auditor.
j Cambria County,
j No. 6 March
j Temi 1RC4.
J A'lias Subpoena in
1 Dicvrce, February
I 2G. 16G4 X011 est
J j iiicentu, so answers
I SheriS Buck. ..
And now to wit June 6 18C4. Onmction
! of C. Elder Esq., it is ordered that t the
I Sheriff shall cvusc notice to be publisheiil in
one newspaper printed within -Paul county
for four weeks successively prior to tie urn
day of the next term, requiring said De
fendant to appeir on said day and answer
the said complaint ic. By the Court.
t From the Record. Certified f.th June 1.
JOS. M'DONALl), Protlionoif-vy.
July 20. 4t.
The Constitution of the United 'State?
with explanatory notes foT sale by
1 JAMAS MURRAY.
An-os5.iv on the Harmonious Relation:-
Liwf n Divmc Faith and Natural Reason. 1 costs.
JAMES MURRAY. July
rlehted to the ui'derei-ucrl wol picae
.et.tie up their U1 M.-c. nuts, urt
.'AMES M.. HUK.