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.1 SAGACIOUS DO;. One of the dgs wlms? ways we have watched with great interest was a lh'C New fouiullaud. His name was ('aider, from the naino of a neighboring stream, lie was a noble animal, very large, very gentle and playful, with an cxpressivo f;vce, huge hanging cars, a great quantity of rich curling hair, and a hm-hy tail that sometimes, when it was whisked incau tiously, brushed things off the table. Ho was very intelligent, and evidently under stood many things that were said to jiim. "We are very sure that he knew the names of many things, for he w ent to M;ek them when he was told, and brought the things named, lie seemed to feel much pride in carrying anything with which ho was entrusted, and nothing gratified him more than to be permitted to carry in hi mouth his master's snuff-box ; although, if it was presented to him open, he drew back from it with signs of great dislike; making grimaces and uttering little short barks. When his master happened to leave home without his snuff-box, ho sometimes sent Caldcr back for it, and, as the omission had already probably been discovered, the pur pose of the dog's return was speedily un derstood, and the snuff-box intrusted to him, with which he made nil haste to his master, never failing to carry it safely. He was sometimes permitted to carry a walking stick or an umbrella, which evi dently afforded him great delight. To carry an umbrella, especial'y, was an hon or which he seemed to appreciate as high ly as any mace-bearer or usher of the White ltod can appreciate the duty of his office. To satisfy him iu this particular as it was found that a good umbrella was not improved by being carried iu his mouth, an old one was given him for his own es ecial benefit. On one occasion, he made the mistake of taking the umbrella with him when he went for a sw im in a lake, along the side of which the road leil. Jle happened to let it go w hile he was in the water and it sank to the bottom, and that part of the hike being shallow, his swim ming and diving stirred up so much mud that he could not find it again, anil had to be called off. It was interesting to see how shame-faced he was w hen he came home and the story of the umbrella was told, lie bore all reproaches meekly, but Lung his head ard let his tail droop. A week or ten days afterwards, however, he was ordered to seek for and bring the uuk brclla, which mission ho faithfully cxecu tcil, returning tiirn-i bant with the lost ar ticle in his mouth. There was nothing in which he more de lighted than to carry an egg. Ho never beemed to think of an egg as a thing to be eaten ; but apparently had a notion that it was something valnable, and much to be pic fen cd toastoue, which he would some times pick up in his gamboling, and lling it out of his mouth again very carelessly. Of an egg he alw ays took great care. He knew where the hens' nests were, and, as some of them verc easily accessible to him, he occasionally visited them, and then he might be seen w alking slowly and proudly, with head aloft, and an egg iu his mouth. The servants soon learned to liuow from his demeanor w hen he had an egg. If called upon by them he was not always willing to give it up at once, but drew back, facing them, wagging his tail, and looking all delight. However, if they let him alone, ho w as satisticd w ith taking a short promenade, and then came and de posited the egg upon tho kitchen tloor. He was evidently quite aware of the dan ger of breaking it, laid it down on tho stone lloor with great caution, and then seemed to tako no further interest in it, but was quite willing that any one should take it away. We could give many instances of his powers of reflection. Chambers' Jour nal. AVirE Worth ?40,000 a Dnor. The city of Bremen possesses twelve hogsheads of what, nccc-rding to certain calculations undertaken hy the Nicue Frcio l'rcsse. must he the uiost expensive Leverage in the world. Tho town, purchased iu io;ri j twelve hogsheads of Rudesheitner at three 1 hundred geld thalcrs each. These were placed in the mimic ipal cellar?, where they still remain. At the cud of next year j these bogheads will be 250 years and will, reckoning interest on the original price at five per cent., have cast 790,7i?0, 000 Prussian thalcrs. The waste of wine from evaporation i? always estimated at five per cent, per annum ; theie remain consequently, only 4(5.j bottles of the ori ginal supply. This annual loss has been made up hy means of old wine found in tho cellar. Calculating the priec of a bot tlo of this wine at one thaler only, the 210,000 bottles which will have been thus added hy the end of 1S74, will be worth r?, 427, 020, 000 thalers, granting tho same late of interest, live per cent. At the end of next year the twelve hogsheads thus re plenished w ill have cost -l,ait,r'K, 000 thal ers, giving an average of 244,2:52 thalcrs per bottle. The hogsheads are not, how ever, all of the same value. They are filled up tin a system by which the wine added must, iu course of time, pass through all ihc eleven hogsheads before reaching the last, which contains tho oldest and most precious liquid, each drop of which, reck oning a bottle at 1,000 drops, is now worth 5f,000 thalers. Tun following is the conviction of some obscure poet on "The Iitcfij-tt d Iill :" Oh, tling not this receipt away, Given by oue who trusted thee; Mistakes will happen every day, However honest folks may be ; And sad it is, love, twice to pay, fco c;uL not that receipt away. Ah, yea ; if e'er in future hours, AY hen we this bill have all forgot, They send it in again yp jkiwcis ! And swear that we have paid it not; How sweet to know, on such a day, "We've never cast receipts away ! A TOUKO man from tho country slapped a hig copper cent under the nose of the stamp clerk at tho Troy iMst.eilce tho other day, fa3 iug : I pucss 111 take one of thcr.i 'ere pattoical caul-s mister !' KEW DISCOVERY In Cltcmical a:d 'iedical Science. 4A, Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Cure Incipient Consumption. Dr. CARVEVS TAR REMEDIES Cure Catarrh. Dr. GARTEfS TAR REMEDIES Cure Asthma. Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Cure Heart Disease. Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Cure Skin Diseases. Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Regulate the Liver. Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Regulate the Stomach and Bowels Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Cure all Female Weaknesses. Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Turify the Blood. Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Cure Diseases of the Throat. Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Cure Bronchitis. Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Cure "Rose Cold," or' Hay Fever" Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Cure Eons' Diseases. Dr. GAItVIVS Till REMEDIES Cure Constipation. Dr. GAItVEVS TAB REMEDIES Cure Salt IShcuin. Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Cure Kidney Diseases. Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Trevent Cholera & Yellow Fever Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Trevent Malarious Fevers. Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Remove Pain iji the Breast. Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Remove Pain in the Side or Back. Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Are a Superior Tonic. Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Restore the Appetite. Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Causa the Food to Digest. Dr. GARVEV'S TAR REMEDIES Restore the Weak and Debilitated Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES Give Tone to Your System. I T. HYJCV5! ft CO,, BOLE PBOPBrETOHB. JD.-i Seventh Ace., yew York. 0. . 1L Z A DEALER IN DHY GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, IUTS. MPS, BOOTS, SHOES, AXD ALL OTHER ARTICLES GENER ALi.V Kbl'l ii A COUNTRY STORE." WOOL AND COUNTIJY PRODUCE TAKKJt IX tXCUANGF. FOR GOODS. Store on South Side of Main Street, Ebetifcbui g. Fa. TIT 1111! WIVI. P. PATTON, Mnnuiuuturer nntl LJenlor In CABINET FIJENITUKE JOU.XSTOWX, rA.. Pure nip, : ;;.!. Withstands, S:l'l...u:vU. t'haii.hcr Sets Parlor Sets, Wa ri rolx's. Hook Ciiscs, Cane Chnlrs. Wood !e::t 'l:nlrs. Kitchen Furniture, Ited Lou nsres. Mil I tresses, Tetc-a-Tetes, Kx tension Tables, I Milium Tables, 1 .011111 Cupboards. ., &c, ic. Sec, Sec, &c, A:c, ii.c, 4cc, 4e., &c Kvr.iiv nESC!IFTlo of SCHOOL AND HALL FURNITURE lnnile to oi-lrr In exofllent Pt e and nt low lrk--. (; ihinet and halrmakrr materials of nil kinos ror sale. Furniture delivered at any point in Johnstown or at Knilroad Station free of extra eliaure. WH, V. PATTON. Johnstown, (K:t. 1.1, lST0.-tf. LOOK SHARP AT THIS! 136. THE ONLY CATHOLIC 136. BOOK & PERIODICAL STORE IX CAJICaiA COUNTY. Mr. Mi:.nifKH, Wholesale and UetailDea- ler in Stamiaiiii Cathdmc Wonka ot all kind. I'ii v km ii'niiKs, Hi iii.k-j. Historical and I '.ivT.iMvt'lr-i u, Wk;ks, r'F.lt KiDlf A I-S, 1'lC ti Krs. FiUVKS, ic, t, 1;!C Franklin Street, Johnstown, l'n. Will Pell every article at Hnl timm eor l'hil'lelphia priets. A lilieral liriuitt (!.-. f.i f';i: t:i r.h-rif;i, Litiynrirn, thosr. u i'ltl In ! )!, ltonkH bound and Pictures trained at tho lowest possible prices. All the K.'.sl. ru Weekly Papers for sale. 135- Frar.kiin Street, Johnstown. 136 !!." Seventh Ave., yew York. mmWm AFLOAT ! PliltSONS jroin? to Europe, or those sending f o r t h e i r , friends to the i H1 71 -It buv tl'eir ticl;-ls from M. P. Mrt OHKt:, As-e:it for the celeb rated .Nnllonnl l.iii nt Slcninir to.und from Europe. This Line fs reiuarkal.le for comfort, speed and fafety. Drafts for il hiuI upwards sold at the lowest current ru1'5. For further particulars call at Msir.RER's Hook Stoke, 13H Franklin street, Jolinvtown. Pa. (June 2, li?T2.-tf. PAS i: Y, F O (I A U T Y & CO.. - WHOI.KS.lLE DEALERS IN MSMHEU & CLO RYE WHISKY. j ASn ALT. KINDS OP ' AND IMFOItTEl.'S OF Foreign Wines, Gins, Brandies, &c, ,n. .Ill Liberty Street, Dtc.fi. l '.l.-Om. PITTSBURGH, P-l. EM, it vfiTIAV iMnor. Af MMnv Fj i LI. J v. ij.i mji i. x v.i . .1 J Pursuant to au Acto:"Uncral Assem bly of the Common wealth of IYunsylvauia, t entitled "An Act relatinsr to the Elections : of this Commonwealth," approved the 2d I davof Julv, A. I. 1, William B. P.on- ackek, Hiffh Sheritf of the County of Cam bria, in the Commonwealth of Penusylvania, do hereby make known and prtve notice to the electoks of the county aforesaid, that a General Election will be held iu the said County of Cambria, on the SECOND TUES DAY OF OCTOlSEK, BRING THB14TH DAY of THE month, at. which time State and i County officers w ill be elected as follows : One person for the office of Jude of tbe Su preme Court of Pennsylvania. One pt-rson for the office of State Treasurer of Pennsylvania. One person for the office of Member of the House of Keprcscntativcs of Pennsylvania i One person for the office of Sheriff of Cam bria county. One person for the office of Treasurer of Cam bria county. one person for the office or Commissioner or Cambria county. One person for tbe ofDce of Poor House Di rector of Cambria countv. One person for the otlice of Coroner of Cam bria county. One person for the office of Auditor of Cam bria county. One person for thoofBce of Jury Commission er of Cambria county. , . 1 also hereby make known and give notice that the place of holding the aforesaid elec tion in the several Wards, Boroughs, Dis tricts and Townships within the County of Cambria arc as follows, to wit : The electors of the district composed of the Township of Allegheny, to meet at Brady's School House, in said township. The electors of the district composed of the Township of Adams, to meet nt the School House at Moses Ming , in saia townsnip. I The electors of the district composed of the j Township of ISarr, to meet at School Ltouse No. I 11, In said township. ; The electors of the district composed of the i Township of Ulacklick, to meet at the house of Aornm Makin, dec d, in the village ot uelsano. Tho electoisof tlie district coniosod of the Township of Cambria, to meet at the Court House in the Horouirli of Ehensbursr. The electors of the district composed of the Township of Carroll, to meet at school House in Carrolltown hornunti. The electors of the district composed of the Boroug-h of 'Carrolltown, to meet at the School House in said borough. The electors of the district composed of the Township of Chest, to meet at School House No. 3, in said township. The electors of the district composed of tho Borouirhof Chest Springs, to meet at the house of Jacob Wng-ner, in said borough. The electors of the district composed of the Township of ClearUcld.to meet at School House No. a, adjoining the vtilug-e of St. Augustine, In said township. The electors of the district composed of the Township of Conemauirh, to meet at the School House at Singer's, In said township. The e lectors of the district composed of the Borouirh of Coiiouiangh, to meet us follows: First Ward, at the house of 1'eter Maltzie, in said First Ward; Second Wa d. at tho house of Henry C. Disliong, iu suid Second Ward. The electors of the district composed of the Horough of Cambria, to meet ut fcchool Houjc No, 2, in said borough. The electors of the district composed of tho Borough of ('oopcrsd.iie, to meet at the School House In said borough. The electors of the district composed of the Township of Crovle, to meet at School House in the village of Summei liiil. in said township. The electors of I ho oistri';t composed of tlie Borough of East Conciiiuiigh, to meet at the house of Daniel Confer, in said borough. Tho electors of tbe district composed of the Borough of Kbenshurg, to oioet as follows: l'.ast Ward, in the Court Boom, in said Ward ; Westward, in Oi aad Jury Kooin, in Ka.-t Ward. The electors of the district composed of the Borough of Franklin, to meet ut School House in said borough. The electors oT the district composed of the Township of Oailitzin. to moot nt the School House iu town of tiaiiitzin, in said township. The electors of the district composed of the Townshipof Jackson, to met at the house of Henry Knger, in said township. The electors of the district composed of the Borough of Johnstown, to meet as follows: First Ward, at Public School Uoom No. 5, in said Ward ; Second Ward, at the office of Jos. S, Strayer, Esq., on Market street, iu said Ward; Third Ward, ut the house of John Bradv, on Franklici street, in said Wind, Fourth Ward, at the house of John Trefts. in suld Ward; Fifth Ward, nt the Kernville Sehool House, in suiU wri ; Kixth Ward, at the Johnstown Pottery, in stiid Ward. The electors of the district composed of the Borough of Li.retto, to meet ut School House in said borough. The electors of tho dittrict. composed of the Townsnip of Munster, to meet at the ware house of Aug. Durbin, in the village of Mu li ster, in said township. The electors of tho district composed of the Borough of Mi'.lville, to meet at the Franklin House, in said borough. The electors of the district composed of the Borough of Prospect, to meet at the Sehool House in said borough. The electors of the district compo8'-d of the Township of Kiehland, to meet at the house of Jowph (ii is, in Said township. 'i'ho electors of thedNtiict composed of the Township of Summerhill. to meet at the School House in the Borough of Wiluiore. The electors of the district composed of the Borough of SuininitviJlc, to meet ut the School House iu said borough. The electors of the district composed of the Township of Susquehanna, to meet at the bouse of Michael 1'latt, in said township. The electors of the district compose) of the Township of Taylor, to meet at School House near Wm. Headrick's, in s:iid township. Tho electors of the district composed of the Borough of Woodvale, to meet at School House in said borough. The electors of the district composed of the Township of Washir gton. to meet at the School House at the Foot of Plane No. 4, in said twp. The electors of the district composed of the Township of White, to meet at the house of John Beers, in said township. The electors of the district composed of the Township of Voder, to meet as follows: First Division, at the house of Win. A. Hicks.in Said township; Second Division, at Beam's School House, iu said township. The general election in all tlie Wards, Town ships, Districts and Borojghs of the County is to be opened between the hours at 6 aud 7 o' '''f'V,"u. " iho forenoon, aud shall continue without interruption ur'aRjuui ruuiu uoiii , o'clock in the evening', wheu all polls bhall be closed. And I further give notice, as in and by the 13th Section of the aforesaid Act I am directed ; That all persons, excepting, Justices of the Peace, who shall hold any office or appointment of profit or trust under the government of the United States, or of this State, or of any city or incorporated district, whether a commissioned officer or otherwise, a subordinate or agent who is or shall be employed under the legislative, judiciary, or executive departments of ttiis State, or of the United States, or ot any city or Incorporated district, ami also every member of Congress, or of the State Legislature, and of the select and common councils of any city, or Commissioner of any incorporated district, is bv law incapable of holding or exercising at the same time the office or appointment of Judge. Inspector, or Clerk of any Election of this Commonwealth ; and that no inspector.or Judge, or any other officer of any such election, shall he eligible to anv office then to ho voted for. Also, by the 4th Section of an Act of As sembly entitled "An Act relating to Elections and for other purposes," approved the 10th day of April, If.-jtl, it Is enacted that the foregoing 13th Section shall not be so construed as topre vent any military officer or borough officer from serving as Judge or Inspector at any gen eral or special election held in this Common wealth. - vih-ii, r-;iiii, en,, lueoi poi n l CO OIS- triet and township elections, and all elections Vv0,r'-', of President and Vice President of the United States, shall be held and conducted yJ 1ryK,n and Judges eleeted as alore vlded'tor ck'rksuI'l'Oinied as hereafter pro- The inspector and judge of the elections shall al .hbts VPVst,,ivu places appointed for holding the elections in the district to which they respectively belong, before 7 o'clock in the morning, and eaeh of said inspectors shall of wch district! who6hal1 e a qualified voter In case "the person who shall have received the second highest number of votes Tor inspec tor shall not attend on the day or any election then the person who frhall have received the next highest number of votes for judge at tho next preceding election shall act as inspector m his place. And in ease the person who shall have received the highest number of votes for inspector shall not attend, the person elected judge shall appoint an inspector tn his place. And in ease the person elected judge shall not attend, then the inspector who shall have re ceived the highest number of votes shall ap point a judge tn his place, and if any vacancy shall continue in the board for the space of one hour after the time fixed by law for the open ing of the election, the qualified voters of the township, ward or district for which such offi cers have been elected, present at the place of election, shall elect some of their number to ull the vacancy. ei.Icale.?1"y cleik appointed under the provi eleefi.m rt:!t,att.PKha11 "f1" md to any .l.f,Jv.?MUrillKthesald year' ft 8U'i bo the uuty ot .he inspector who appointed said clerk, or the person filling the ofhea of tuch inspee t.r, to lor .with appoint a suitable pe .ns It shall ba the duty or the several assessors rospcotively, to attend at the plaeo It holding every general, special or township election during the whole lime said election is keoi open, for the purposo or giving information to the iutpcclorsitua the judc when culled ou. in relation to tho right of any person assessed by them to veto at such election, or such other matters in relation to the assessment of voters as the said inspectors, or either of them, shall from time to time require. . j No person shall be permitted to voto at any election, as aforesaid, other than a fiucuiao of the age of twenty-one years or more who6hall have resided in the State at least one year, and in the election district where he offers to vote at least ten days immediately preceding such election, and nas within two yeurs paid a State or county tax. which shall have been assessed at least ten davs before the election. But a citizen of the United States who has previously been a qualified voter of this State and re moved therefrom and returned, and who shall have resided in the election district and paid taxes as aforesaid, shall be entitled to vote after residing in the State six months. Prnrt Vf, That the freemen, citizens of the United States-etween twenty-one and twenty-two years, who have resided iu an election district as aforesaid, shall be entitled to vote, although they shall not have paid taxes. No person shall be permitted to vote whose name is not contained in the list of taxable in habitants furnished by Commissioners, unless First, he produces a receipt for the payment within two years of a State or county tax. as sessed agreeably to tbe Constitution, and gtve satisfactory evidence, either on his oath or af firmation of another, that he has paid such a tax, or on failure to procure a receipt, shall make oath to the payment thereof. Second, if between theage of twenty-oneand twenty-two years, be shall depose on oath or affirmation that he has resided in this State at least one year next before bis application, and make such proof of residence in the district as is re quired by this act, ami that he does verily be lieve from tbe account given him that he is of the age aforesaid, and such other evidence as Is required by this act; whereupon the name of the persou thus admitted to vote shall bein serted in the alphabetical list by toe inspec tors and a note made optmsite thereto by writ ing the word "tax," if he shall bo admitted to vote by reason of having paid tax, or the word "age." if he shall be admitted to vote by reason of such age; and the same shall be called out to the clerk, who shall make the Jike notes on the list of voters kept by them. In all eases where the name of the person claiming to vote is found on the list f nrnishe.l by tbe commissioners and assessors,of his right to vote, whether found thereon or not. 13 ob jected to by any qualified citizen, it shall be the duty of the inspectors to examine such person on oath as to his qualifications, and if he claim to have resided within the State for one year or more, his oath shall not be sufficient proof thereof, but be shall make proof by at least one competent witness, who shall be a qualified elector, that he has resided in the district for more than ten days next immediately preced ing such election, and shall also himself swear that his bonaflde residence, in pursuance of his lawful calling, is in said district, and that he did not remove into said district for the pur pose of votiug- therein. Every person qualified as aforesaid, and who shall make due proof, if required, of his resi dence and payment of taxes as aforesaid, shall beudmitted to vote in the township, ward or liutrief in which he shall reSldo. If anv rv.-rson shall prevent or attempt to pre vent any ottrcr-r of nny election under this Act from holding such elections, or uso or threaten nny violence to any such officer, Or shall interrupt, or improperly imeriere wnn him in the execution of hisduty, or shall block np the window or avenue to any window where tho same may tic holding, or shall riotously dis turb the the peace at such election, or shall use anv intimidating threats, force or violence, with design to influence unduly or overawe any el'K-tor, or to prevent him from voting, or to restrain the freedom ot choice, such person, on conviction, shall be fined iu uny sum not exceeding five hundred dollars, and lie im prisoned fur any term tiot less than three nor more than twelve months;, aud if it shall be shown to the court where the trial of such of fence shall be hail that the person so o'lcn.iing was not a resident of the city, ward, district or township wliete the offence was committed, and not entitled to vote therein, then, on con viction, he shall be sentenced to pay a fine of not less than one hundred nor more than nno thousand dollars, and be imprisoned not less than six months or more than two years. I f any person not by law qualified shall f raud ulently vote ut any election of this common wealth, or, being othcrwisoqiialitied shall oo out of his proper drsfrict, or if any person knowing the wunt of such qualifications shall aid or procure such person to vote, the person offending shall, on conviction.be fined in uny sum not exceeding two hundred dollars, and be imprisoned in any term not exceeding three months. If any person shall vote at more than one election district,or otherwise fraudulently vote more than once on the same day. or shall fraudulently fold and deliver to the inspector two tickets "together Willi tlie intent illegally to vote, or shall procure another to do so. he or they so offending shall, on conviction, be fined in any sum not less than fifty nor more than five hundred dollars, and be imprisoned for a term not less thau three nor more than twelve months. If any person not qualified to vote in this commonwealth agreeably to law (except the sons of qualified citizens) shall appear at any place of flection for the purpose of influenc ing the citizens qualified to vote, I. e shall, on conviction, forfeit and pay any sum not ex ceeding one hundred dollars tor every such offence, and be imprisoned for any term not ex ceding three months, Ciiaxcb in Til k Mode of Voting. An Act regulating the mode of voting at nil the elections in the several cum ties of this commonwealth, approved March 30th, ItStki. Sechon 1. Be it iiiucttf ) the Senate ami UmiMC i') KijtetiilatlifM ff tlie t'nmmouwetilth if VmiMfrftiiia in (icnrral Aemhtn mrt, and it in hertf'ti inrutfl hit tlie avttunitu tlie xanie. That thequalitied votersof the several counties of this commonwealth, at the general, town ship, borough or special elections, are hereby hereafter authorized and required to vote by tickets printcil or written, or partly printed and partly written, severally classified as fol lows: One ticket shall embrace the names of all Judges of Courts voted for, and tie labelled outside "Judiciary" ; one ticket shall embrace the names of all State officers voted for, a'nd tie labelled "State"; one ticket shall embrace the names of all County officers voted for, and be labelled "County"; one ticket shall embrace tho names of all Township officers voted for, and be labelled "Township"; one ticket shall embrace the names of all Borough officers vo ted for, and be labelled "Borough"; and each class shall be deposited in a separate ballot-box. AMtMIUCNTlUTIIB U. S. CONSTITUTION. Section 1. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by nny State on account of race, color, or previous condition of servi tude. FiusT and Second Sections of Act or Con gress of Makch 31, 1870. Sec. 1. Be it enacted bu the Senate awl 1ujl of jit'jn'eft MftiiuH iij i;ie i, inira irnrc nt A mer it' a til Coi'oifss axKcmhhil, That all citizens of the United States who are or shall otherwise be entitled to vote at any election by the people, in uny State, Territory, District, County, City, Parish, Township, School District. Municipal ity, or other territarial sub-division, shall be entitled and allowed to vote at all such elec tions, without distinction of race, color, or pre vious condition of servitude, any constitution, law, custom, usage or regulation of any State or Territory, or by or under its authority, to the contrary notwithstanding. Skc. 2. A vd he it further eiittcteil. That if by or under the authority of the constitution or laws of anj' State, or the laws of any Territory, any act is or shall be required to be done as a prerequisite or qualification for voting, and by such constitution or law persons or otlicersare or shall be charged with the performance of duties in furnishing to citizens an opportunity to perform such prerequisite or to become quah lied to vote, it shall be the duty of every person and officer to give all citizens of the Uni ted States tho same and equal opportunity to perform such prerequisite and to become qual ified to vote, without distinction of race, color, or previous condition ot servitude; and if any such person or order shall refuse or knowingly omit to give full effect to this section, he shall, for every such offence, forfeit and pay the sum of five hundred dollars to the person aggrieved thereby, to be recovered by an action on the case, vith full costs and such allowance for counsel fees as the court shall deem just, and shall also, for every such offense, be 'deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall, on convic tion thereof, be fined not less than live hundred dollars, or be Imprisoned not less than one month nor more than one year, or both, at the discretion of the court. Section 10 of an Act of the Pennsylvania I,KC ISt.ATURK OF AntIL.0, A- D. 1S70. Sec. 10. That so much of every Act of Assem bly as provides that only white freemen are en tit led to vote, or be registered as voters, or as claiming to vote at any general or special elec tion of this commonwealth, be and the same Is hereby repculed.and that hereafterall freemen, without distinction of color, snail be enrolled and registered according to the provisions of the 1st Section of an Act, approved 17th April, l.-u!, entitled "An Act further supplemental to ho Act relating to tho Elections of this Com monwealth," and, when otherwise qualified under the exist inn laws, be entitled to vote at all general and special clectious in this com niou wealth. Dutiks of the Return Judges. Pursuant io the provisions contained in tho 7fith Section of the Act first aforesaid, the. lodg es of the aforesaid districts shall respectively take charge of the certificate or return of the election iu their respective districts, and pro duce them at a meeting of one Judge fiom each district, at the Court IIousk in the Bokocuii of EiiExsuiuo, on the third day after the day of election, being on l-'riilay, I lie 17h ly ol October, l7a. at 10 o'clock, a. M., and then and there to do aud perform thedutiev required by law of said Judges. Also, that where a Judge, by sickness or unavoidable accident, iu unable to attend such meeting of Judges, then the certificate or return shall be taken charge of by ono of tho Inspectors or Clerks of the election of tho district, who shall do and per form the duties required of said Judge unable to attend. biren ander my hand, at my office in Ebens burg, thist'.th day of September, in the'year of our Lord one thousand eighthuudred and sev en tv-three. and of the iiideoemlHiice of the Uui- I ted State of America the ninety-eighth. Sept. l'.-lt. V. B. BONACKKlt, sheriff. ESTABLISHED TWHTMITS ISAES. PRAM W. HAY 3Ianiifacturer, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, OF -AND- Sheet-Iron WARES, AND SEA LEU IN HEATING PARLOR ai COOKING CP AND- DOBE-RTiMSIHNG GOODS GENERALLY. Jollinix in TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON PUOarTbi ATTKMJEU TO. Nos. 273, 280 and 2S2 Washington Si., JOHNSTOWN, PA. YoD' MOIIHELL As CO. WASHINGTON STKEET, Near Pa. R. R. Depot, Johnstown, Pa., Jl'hohfsale and Hifcil Dealas in FlllllCf Ul DOMESTIC HEY E38BS ?1ILLICIU GOODS, II AIN) WAltE, QUEENSWARE, BC OTS AND SHOES. HATS AND CAPS. IKON AND NAILS CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS, READY-MA DE CL (THING. GLASS WARE. YH.I.OW WARE. WOODEN AND WILLOW WALE. PROVISIONS and FEED, ALL KINDS, Together with all manner of Westorn Produce, such a FLOUR. BACON, FlSU, SALT, CARBON OIL. &c. Ac. ZW Wholesale and retail orders solicited and promptly filled on the shortest notice and most reasonable terms WOOD. MORRF.LL k CO. EXT POOH TO POST-OFFICE. Ilosvtin Stoves. TIN, COPPER fit SHEET-IRON WARE Ilavinjr recently taken rtop-iCPsioii of the new ly fitted iip and commodious l.uililiuir on Hitrh street, two doors east of the Hank siiid nearly opposite tho Mountain House, tlie siil'fi'riiicr is better pri-parI tluin over to n'ttTini'acturf nil prticlosin tlie TIN, OIPI'EK mid iI I KK HON' WAH1J lino, ail of which wili be furnished to buyers at the very lowest livin.r priei-s. The subscriber also proposes to keep a full and varied assortment of Cooking, Parlor and Heating Stoves - ---r ttiv moM approved designs. rPrOl-TIXn find itOOFTXrj ma Woo.rdor mid warranted perfoet in niiinufiK ture and ma terial. KKrAlUlXti promptly attended to. AW Work done by in1 will tie done rirtit a'il on fair terms, and nil STOVI'S and WAR 12 sold by me can be depended upon us to ijunlitr and cannot le undersold in price. A ,'.ntiiuiance and increase of patronage is repectiul!y solici ted, and no effort will be wanting to render en tire satisfaction to all. VALUE LUTKIXGEIl. r.bensburs-, Oct. IX 137').-tf. CllAAVrOltD HOUSE, EltLXSBlRti, 1A. John FItzharris, - Proprietor. II AV1XG leased and rf furnished the above wi-o nuo ii una popular notei, the propn- ii i i ieinrei io accommodate nil who may favor him with their patronage. 1 be best that the market afford will be served at tho Table at all seasons, the liar will lie kept constantly supplied with the choicest liquors, and the commodious Mai. Ic will bounder the charge of a careful and attentive lustier. No effort will be spared to render sruests comfort able and well pleased in every particular, and by proper attention to business and a moderate scale of price the proprietor hopes to win his way to publ c favor. (May 2, IS73 -tf flALLITZIN HOTEL, . GALI.ITZIX RTATIOX, PA. R. II. Having: jU8t purchasel, refltteil and rcfur- nisnrit thia vnll 1. n . a ... " uu 11 mill COITIIIIOOI- ous Hotel, the subscriber is fully pi-o- i .wv.i iu neeoiniiiooaia ail who mav hlvnr him with tl..i . ...... 11.11 I'nii.iittv, mill CIKH'IM III- lnvlltui I... ... . . : . -; - - "J o iuu nut-Ilium 111 1113 friends in Pumhrin n,..i 111.,:. - - ""in volume to this fact. either expense or pains will be Callltzin. Ap?ifi'SKKKIS' rietor. WOOLEN FACTORY! HySi?tdory?,l 51S.".fa,c,,,ure on snort notice, CLOtHS CAU lrk$tt of Vll-styiJs wSSTi IPaSard Sooir Ebensburir. Feb. 2t. imf-'t SOSS' JjnZiNi-ky & i)iji-:s8 making. uneldy.J FV, a1,Tv?-.ational 8A"Ik and Ufo.h UN " ?S SHOP OF CAMRRIA COUXTV V '"8ito Dillon Scho,d House, in tiic most rviuonublu ratca. 11-l.i. if. Html .... :-,- . VT .r -? r T T-- fiK - 1 -f 4 13 PURELY A. VEGETATTLE FREPAHATTOH, composed simply of woll-known R O OTS, HERBS, and FRUITS, combined with otlior properties, which in their i-arnre are Cathartic, Aperient, Nutritions, Sroretic Alterative and Anti liiiious. Tho whole is preserved in a sufficient quantity of spirit from the StUAH CASE to keep tnem in any climate, which makes the LANTATION Bitters ono oi the mrmt rteslralilo Ton ir and Cathar tic in tlie wurld. lUcy are intended strictly a ft Domestic Tome,' 1 only to be used as a medicine, and always according to directions. They are tbe sheet-anchor of the fer ble and de bilitated. They &ct upon a disease. 1 liver, and limulete to euch a degree, that a healthy action ia at once brought about. As a remedy to which Women a re especially subject, it is Barpereeding crery other Etucuiant. AeaSpiingaml sum. mcr 'Ionic, thfy have no equal, ihej are a mild and gentle IHrpatire aa well as Tonic They I'aniy the I'.looJ. They are a splendid Appetiser. They male th weak etiorjg. They pnriiy and in vigorate. Tliey cme lf cpeia. Conatipatior, and Headache. They act ei i epcciSc in all species of disoi jore which undermine the bodily strength and biaak doom the animnl ei'ixitd. f Depot, 53 Park Place. Hew York. r. LYORS'S ATHAIR0S3 I Only SO Cents per Bottle. It promotes the GROWTH, PRESER VES the COLOR, and Increase the Vigor and BE A UT Vol" the HAIR. OVEB TlTEBTY YXARS AGO I.TOJ'S KaTHAIBOI? FO The Haw was iret placed in the market by Professor E. Thomas Lyon, a rraduate of Princeton College. The name ia derived from the Greek Katbio," lipnifyuipf to cleame, purify, rejuvenate, or restore. The favor it has received, and the popularity it bu obtained, ia unprecedented and incredible. It ln creaoes the Obowth and BKAU-rzof the Uaib. It is a delightful dressing. It eradicates dandruff. It prevents the Hair from turning gray. It keeps the head cool, and gives the hair a rich. soft, frloasy ap pearance. It j6 the eoiK ia Quantity and Qoaliti aa it was over a Vcrter of a Ctsrciii Ago, and ia sold by all Uraetfints andtJountrj Stores at only SO Cents per If 01 tie. LYOFS HGr BOOK, BRDGaal VARIETY STORK mm nAVIXO recently enlarji-cd our stock we are .now prepared to sell at a great reduction trom former pries. tnr Pioi k consists of iJruus. Mt-diciiics, Perfumery, Xancy tMnp, Leon's, liail'a and Allen's Hiiir lij--torati v-s. Tills. Ointments. Fluster. Liniments, Fain Kiil lers. Citrate Maprrifsia, Kss. Jamaica tiinsrer. Fine ruivorinsr Kxtiaets, Essences, Lemon Syrup. Soothing Syrup, Spiced ?yrup, llbubarb, l'ure Spices, ic. C5gars end Tobaccos, I":;nk Rook. leeds. Notes and P,.nds: Cap, Iwt.Coinniereial and nil Kindof Note I'npcr; Km elopes. I'ens. Pencils, Arnold's Writing Fluid, l'.tack and lied Ink. 'Pocket anil Piisi Hooks. tajra?.inei, Newspaicrs, Novels, Histo ries, llibles, Keliyious, Frayer and Toy ilooks. Penknives. Pipes. Ac. C "e have ai'ided to our stoek n lot of FT V T? JliWF.LKV. to which we wouldinvite the at tention of the Ladies. PUOTOGKAPll ALBUMS at. lower prices than evrr olferrd in this place. Paper and Cijrars sold either wbolcal or re tail. LEMMON i MLItKAV, July 9), IS1I8. Wain Street, Ehenshurg-. The best Oil in the world-for mo di Inert, It will not eh ill. It will not fiitn. It is equal to the best Lard Oil. If you have ant kind of Machine rjl, ask for OLIJyA ; and if you cannot buy it at home, send for a circular and price list to PAINE, ABLETT & TRIPP, OIL JIUlFAiTlllERS AND HEALERS, JVo. 300 1'enn Auenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. Parke's Marble Works, 139 Frstublln Ktrcet, Johnttowa. ATOXTTMEXTS. IIF.An and TOMB it STDVKS. I ' I "; -I' I.- n n.l . - 1,1 N ET SLABS. MANTELS. &.. factured of tho very best Italian and American Marbles. Entire sati.ofac-V, . ... v ... ..iiim 1 1 j i ;t i - 1 t tion guaranteed in price, desigrn and ',' j . laitrj riTKTiuiiy sonetted .. .njininj iineu hi iuo very low eat cash rates. Trr 11s Oct. 2t.-in. JOnVriWL-u mm 31.1RBLB works i 131 I rankllii Ktret, JobnMsmi; M'iL5W, OTIS tionin work, design aud price Kuarantel xa. WijtHtlBBiinilRnrtwM, UiVK r', ,UJlJe the residence of J..hs i.ccu.Lo,,. f April 4, l7J. tf.J B f 1 1 1 mm All the way flwIn Vu respondent, wlio 6iEn8 Lim. sends an interesting st. P' B ing game of poker x,WA , nrisuan virtues of uie Ce..; Las his loose Lat.;u as e'j".,lnP urotuer, and if them -! likes to do bettr-r tt,o ... ' baving his p-cture taken onF ir. 1 x lit (rant 1 a Iu fact, all Indian, aro biers among thetiiscivfcs, mote from the wlmts l ,lve games not down in 'li,.yle ' ceived by their imr.ii:iulive f they will "let n," f tl.:, i.8 their luck. I have seen them si gambling for trinkets and robe, ' one simply throwing a suck in,! etream the one who-e T" most rapidly by tie .-. ireut states. The more enlightened tribes i Sled2e," "Siuch" atui "PoW.V cise remarkable cunning a!i( which would make the mr ( bers of our amateur n.nl j.;u;: ed. But a new tiiek v.usfi,,,, week that notliing but tlicd.o; . . cunning of one of our ' !:A.dv . could invent, and the ca;,y;.,fa oldest heads could n.t s i:rii:i. Four "Bannocks" u i v $, side-walk of lower Wr!'-0e v. a quiet but ar'jiaiem'y exii.;. "draw" for trinkets, tohatc-j The sport above rnetitiuin-d j;.. chose his favorite to wh. to a, ronte to wli..jn to a,-. I . drawintr a j-Uft they wen- uins, 1 f, jmttip 'rourJifial pathics, aud ilar to those ing pai lance Queens," "Four Kin;;" aiid- F.; and when it came to the f.iv.jr:-.. deal clipped the "cold ;w k"ii,; The deal was made ar..l the menccd. "P'our .T.k k"c.irr.e;.:t ,1 i . mi ..... nun i uuuai , r uiii 'elis WvL dollar "better;" Foia Kir.s" and "coon-tailed" it -rv i th thirtc "Four Aces" "yaw tl.e pot" a:.d' it to the extent of his wariivU. Ail, conlidcnt of b.-t it.g a ? then commenced "riiisiuj;" ticL turn, until everything they money, blankets, ponies ;ud ali r; then came the 'how !'-n." "Four Jacks" laid hishandft: with considerable gusto ar,d jm; mations of joy ; but "IV.a- a whoop and covered them wiiLj'. T... .,. ... ..... jvuigs quietly saiu o waua s a gleam of expectation spre nioiiaichs and reached f"i tU the thorough-bred of tho 1 .1-7 i er, signiticantly went for tLe : Bill Nye like did the IlearLesC. ..!(... r 1 . nti.eiii;c i tx regular ojj ff.r bound into the air, and came d bis four aces, at the san:e iztsex pot. A shadow of countenances ..f iLo ,dLt i t'm, zliugly scra'.c.'ie.l tlicfr l.v:ih atic. at a fcarfi.'. n:.'. They were, even ''.'our Aces" wholly at a 1- t' -i ueli th l ting out at the satae tune, and V. thes-e they spicnil that deck tijr; walk aud closely examined eve:;: they did not appait-ntiy divine tLi as, after a ltngtl.y .'ir.-e:a'i"5 casting of their pivrcin j 01 hs at f irrim" corrcstxuucii!, tLi-v ur.-a'.-i walked awav. How to D!:st!;uv ( ATTr.r.rr. The season for ti at dtc-adLl ? orchard cattcrpillar, i- ut Iiu:;il farmers know of 110 che.ip or tij for their destructi The f.":--has been used on a c apio i r several hundred tn.. at ceaiict COfct and very li.uht lat-T. T iiioii water L.ik .: t.f vcryatrwLg i:h i;t nearly every faini's L-. tln-ii ' of unslacked lime : ' 1 r and your preparation : 0 ii. -1 with rag tied 011 :i .-t.vk. '1' enough to reach ail ti.e '-s-'" 8wab the nest wcii i -' ' ' pleted ; it is iiiat.mt u- ri: '. " ' 1'illar that is wet t-- E bucket of the mix? ono to three Lu:ul:. 1 i" A COItRErONPEN 1 ef t'.ie L tleman gives the f wounds: "Take a p.i'.i m - burning coals, and 'K'e ": brown sugar, and hold the over the smoke. In 1 i nr nain will bo nllnveil. :i' d;K'u;: A - rapidly. In my ow.: c..' w.: c:.e, ul i:i li e l '-7 and i:.-i' made a bad woum foot. Tho pain were severe, lino v..i. holding it into the si::"k." luI "' utes, and I was a hie to uuC' ing in comfort. Wt I-'1 mended it to otlni. ,;iJ ' T .. i- r ....... l.ii'" jiat wccKOiic 01 ui in" , torn out by a pair of n t -t verv nainfiil. as was to ;:J J x ' cd ut Held in su-ar s.r. -xe 1 " 41. ....! fivr. utr.i, mo j.aui .c3.'; ' 1 recover' Ilotv to Decoy Pi t-Ks.-Tl iu Minnesota who ha ' l neighboring wild duck. i'-T', jiumpkin over ht o.- ionds which tho dui' , .,.,11.. 11 .-. .,. ..1-1.. . : . : 1 iT ' lloatini' nuiiii'kiii, ami ii J 0 - . joy, ptXKICod to dij I!.' O ;? IW i.e t-.- iKs rJ.it-c ivli.-i view tii? St.-' ..... VVIJ ...... ... . fflii rnnntL muni o,r in thtM) wuoc the pumpkin suddeuiv u come to the surface ra :i- M 1 f " , ... 1 h'it ti . 1... i- th'.i lainUhed state. 1 . 1. - .1 1. .vi- tllf '1 el "V . - mn iiiv iiuifilv 1. j 1 a1" the matter, he :! r,D' . ' . . .. ... .1 - nil'"- uusneiu 111 a lew "i" his life to the piacciul u and inuuiMo-pfg.