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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCEAT.BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COl NTY, J' A.
BROCKWAYi; ELWELL, Editors.
F relay, Oc t. 10, 18 70.
tvero forninlly prcscntcel to Governor Hayes
I at Columbus, Ohio, by n upcctul coimnittco
of five, of which v. T. lltnck was clialrmnii.
Governor Haves accepted Iho iiomlnnttuu
I iiml honornry membership, tlinnkcu Iho
committee, nil I ealtl ho would make formal
acknowledgement In writing. It appears
that on tho 10th of July, 1870, bo mado tho
formal acknowledgement, through his private-secretary,
In n letter, tho liic simile of
which tho llWit published, and lurtucrhi-
dluntcd that ho would put them in the icay of
yetting money to help carry the election.
This binds Mr. Hayes never to support
M a candidate, nor appoint to office, any
foreign born citizen, and to labor to amend
tho naturalization laws so that only Ameri
can born citizens can vote.
rinding It Impossible to cvado tho charges
Gen, VyckolT, Chairman of tho Ohio State
Republican Committee, probably a tho In
stigation of Mr. Hayes, writes i contempt!-
bio letter In which ha argues th.it the letter
was written by Lie, tho privato Secretary
of Mr. Hayes and that ho (Haves) should
not bo held responsible. Comment Is un
necessary on such a silly and unmanly ar
gument. Hut If that Is tho way Mr. Hayes
transacts business, ho certainly Is not fit for
tho ollico of President.
Tho Philadelphia Press wlillo virtually
admitting that H.tyos'acccptcd tho iiotuhu
tlon from tho Alliance culms tint ho nover
saw tho Know Nothing clauso and only
looked to .tho endorsement of tho Republi
can platform. This is more silly, If possible
than WyckolT a letter and is another strong
argument ngalubt Mr. llnyes' fitness for of
fice. If he accepts nominations cither per
sonally or through his secretary without
knowing to what ho binds himself, lie cer
tai uly woutd tall into tho hands of uuscru
pulou3 politicians if elected and his admin
istration would bo even worse than Grant's.
Siiico tho above was written tho Cincinna
ti Enquirer has published a letter from Mr.
Hayes, which proves that ho was a member
of the Allianco before July. The following
is tho letter :
Coi-UMiius. 0.. Juno 29. 187(5. l.S. Ti
ler, Chief Secretary American Alliance, Jlo.c
2.071. Aw York. 1)i:aii Sin: Your favor
of 19th inst., received with certificates of
membership, constitution, etc., ot the Ame
rican Alliance, lio pleased to accept my
thanks for vour lilch nnnreciation of my
self. Trusting that I may prove worthy of
inu cunuuciicu icpusou in nic, l rcuiuui jeiur
It. H. HAYia.
The Enquirer says ; "It is signed by Mr.
Hayes, and a letter press copy is now in his
letter-book at Columbus. It was written
It will bo seen by tho reports of tho recent
elections, that tho Democrats havo carried
tho Stato of Iud. electing their whole Stato
ticket, thus insuring In their favor thoiilli-
inato result of tho Pres. election. Iud, has
not been carried by the Poms, in a Pres.
election for 20 years. Even at tho Stato
clectUn of 1872, when Hendricks by reason
of personal popularity was chosen Gov. by
n maj. of 1 100 tho remainder of tho State
ticket was lost. Notwithstanding tho with
drawal of tho Greenback candidato for Gov
in tho Interest of tho Republicans just before
tho late election, which was the last despcr-
nto movement, and intended to bo a fatal
blow to the Democracy, tho Stato stands im
movably pledged to Tildcn, Hendricks and
Reform nnd takes its place among the per
manent reliable Democratic States.
Tho election in Ohio is most gratifying
whatever may bo tho result thero is to bo
shown by more completo returns. It has
been n State of 20,000 or more Heppublican
majority for half Jn, generation with raro ex
ccption'jjwhero local causes operated or a
light vote was polled. The majority is now
substantially sweptaway, at a full, contested
election, when Herculean efforts wero put
fnril, t,v n, Rpmihlfmiw tn Iml.l It "Ei if "ays befiiro liis nomination by the Alii
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nuce lib l HIIUUCipilUl, IW1U 1119 ucccpuiucu Ul
tbo Republicans havo carried it by a lean
majority, tho moral effect of such a vote
throughout the country will be damaging in
tliohighcst degree to Hayes and his party.
The vote of Ohio Is not needed for tho elec'
t'.on of Tilden, and has not been claimed
by the Democracy, but such voting as this
the membership is undoubtedly the reason
which impelled his nomination by tho Al
liance." Governor Hayes will not dare to
deny signing and sending this letter, as the
original can bo produced and will be pub
lished in the same manner as the Lee letter.
Let our foreign born citizens ponder well
these facts and remember that a vote for
VICTORY ! !
Indiana Democratic I
OHIO V1SUY CLOSE, HUT PHOHAHLY
At tho election In Delawaro on Tuesday
of lat week tho Democrats carried the Blato
by a ninjorlly of 2,032.
A Cortr.KSt'ONDiiNT Inquires whether It Is
truo that Governor Tildcn Jstntcel to Mr.
Daniel P. Jones, when nsked to contribute
to the Christian Commission during tho war,
that ho "would ralli rr see nil tho soldiers
slarvn to death than glvo them nno cent."
Of courso It Is wholly untrue, and no affida
vit of Mr. Jones to.that effect would bo
credited by any seulble citizen. Tho man
who was called to Washington to confer
with Lincoln in tho darkest days ot the war;
who denounced tho heresy of recccsslon in
and out of season ; who declared that there
could be'no pcaeo until thero was absolute
submission to the authority of tho 7fi
incut, ami who, In Ills struggles for rt'form
slnco tho war, extnrled'tlio unqualified com
inendalion of tin1 New ork Tribune, the
77wi and every lover of public anil prlvnte
integrity Mich n mull cntinnt lie'iireTssfitlly
assailed at this late day ns a perjurer anil n
traitor, and he who nllompts (It tmlylliistills
tho intelligence of (he American people.
There may be many sluing, political reasons
why Mr, Tilden should nut bo elected Presi
dent, but tho country will bo most fortunate
if men of his unsullied honesty and eminent
ability shall always fill tho Presidential
chair, l'hila. Times.
NO MORE GRANTISM.
West Virginia 7,000 Domocratio.
GO TO WORK.
In his own State, must bo regarded as most Hayes and Wheeler is in effect a vote to aid
mortifying if not disgraceful to tho Repub- in their own disfranchisement.
HAYES, A KX0W NOTHING.
On the 5th of July last chapter 031 of an
organization known as tho "American Al-
lianco" met in Philadelphia and adopted a
seres, of resolutions which said of the nom
iuatious of Messrs. Hayes and Wheeler that
they were 'hereby indorsed by tho American
Alliance conference,' and that tiio allianco
"earnestly advised all who aro in favor of
American principles, as advocated and set
forth in these resolutions, to givo these nom
mations an active and eleterunneu sup'
"These resolutions" wcra sent to Mr.
Hayes, who returned tho following reply,
dated July 5, 1870, addressed to "Lemuel J.
Tyler, secretary of tho-American Alliance
"I have iust received vour letter infor
ming mo of my election as a member of vour
admirable Alliance. Return my thanks to
WISDOM IN CHUNKS.
Columbia Oninty Republican, JunclS, 1S70.
"Hayes is the most popular man in the
West, and will carry every western Slate. "
"Tho egregious blunders of the
last rebel Congress insures a united North
with a good proportion of the South."
Republican, July 20. " What sane man
will doubtihat Hayes.tho favorite son of the
Uuckeyes, will carry Ohio by 50,000 major
ity. The Democrats concede it by 00,000,
but 50,000 will fill the bill. Indiana's closo
geographical relation to Ohio will operate
powerfully, and Indiana will follow Ohio
by probably 10,000 less majority."
Rspublican, Sept. 14. " The Democratic
leaders aro seriously considering tho propri
ety of withdrawing Tilden's name from the
Presidential ticket, in view of tho damaging
disclosures made in regard to his character.
Special Dispatches to C. 11. Urociway.
Hamilton county, Ohio shows Democrat'
ic gain of two thousand, fivo hundred nnd
sixty-seven. Cuyahoga of twenty seven
forty-six. Stato very close. Harrison, In
diana, few hundred jihead.
ritlLAHELi'iiiA, Oct. 11, '70, :i.3.
In 1.15 twps., of -Hi counties in Iud. Har
rison's majority is 2318 a gain of I7S0 over
1871. Cuyahoga Co ,01iio shows Democratic
gain of 2500 Wyndotlo 208 Lorain 101,Krlo
207 Huron, Co.. shows gain of 314 and
Trumbull 4 IS. West Virginia Democratic by
0000 majority. Harrisou probably elected
in Indiana and llell in Ohio.
Piula., Pa., Oct. 11, 0.05 p. m. Demo
crats claim whole ticket in Indiana by three
thousand majority but concede possible do-
feat of Williams. Republicans probably car
ry Ohio and gain five congressmen.
Nkw Yokk, Oct 12, 1870, 8:2S a. m.
IndianaDeinocratic. Hendricks telegraphs
from Indianapolis seven o'clock ': Returns
coming in slow, but indicate Indiana cer
tainly den ocratic. Thompson, Chairman
Ohio State Committee, telegraphs four
o'clock, that he does not conccdcOliio to Re
publicans ; that tho Stato is very close and
our chances equal with the Republican
Democratic gain in Cleveland is two thou
sand eight hundred and forty-six
Cincinnati two thousand one liu
West Virginia is Democratic by six to e.
the Alliance, as I deeply sympathize with Tho anti-Tilden wave is gathering strength
l remain your lellow citizen, every day. "
"It. u. Hayes."
This fact was published by tho New York
Uorldanii called forth from A. E. Lee, the
privato secretary of Mr. Hayes, the following
letters, the first of which was addressed to
tho Secretary of the American Alliance.
Columbus. O. September 13. 1870. Pear
Sir: It is not true that General Hayes wa
it Know Nothing or that ho has given any
assurance of sympathy with, or indorsement
or, declarations against tne naturalization
of foreigners, or the privileges of naturalized
citizens. He is opposed, as tho republican
party is, to any sectarian Interference, Uath
olio or otherwise, with political affairs.
"You can denounco as ouo of the roor
backs of the campaign anv charges Incon
sistent witli these facts. Very truly yours,
A. E. Lee, Privato Secretary."
Republican, Sept. 7. " A general disgust
for the false professions of tho Democracy
has bcized the country, and n revulsion of
sentiment more powerful than that which
passed over the country when Sumpter was
fired upon, is sweepingover it now.
Tho best judges say, that every northern
Stato will cast its vote for Hays and Wheel
er, and five southern States. "
The Radicals havo done rather more lying
than usual this Full concerning election
returns"aiid the same with intent to deceive."
Their newspapers and public speakers
claimed immense gains in Vermont, but tho
official figures show tho smallest Rcpubli
"Coluiifbus, September 14, 8Q. Colonel can majority even given in tho State ; they
L. Marhbrcit: No such letter was ever writ
ten, j lie storv mat uovernor jinyes ever
indorsed such sentiments-, by letter or other-
wisp, is utterly laise. A. ti. Lee."
Subsequently, however, tho World pub
lished a fan simile of a letter from Leo on
behalf of Mr. Hayes which was precisely
similar in tone and spirit with that of Mr,
Hayes. This leaves Mr. Leo in a very em-
harassing predicament and he will probably
experienco somo difficulty in explaining
that Mr. Hayes never "endorsed such sen
timents." In order that a correct idea
may bo formed of what theso sentiments
are, wo givo below tho first, two
tides in tho Constitution of tho American
The namo of this order shall bo tho Ameri
Sr.eriov 1. Tho object of this organization
is lor mo maintenance ot American princi
ples, as follows : An amendment to the nat
uralization laws limiting the suffrage to per
sons born in this country or of American
parents : tho election of American born
citizens only to official positions In this
Every member admitted to it is required
to take and subscribe- to tho following oath :
I solemnly swear that I will not vote for
nny person or persons lor any ollicial poel-
tlnti til llita nnnnlrir iinilup tttn lntva tliaroiif
who are not American born citizens and
that I will not betray any of tho 3eerets of
mis oner, or givo tno namo oi any icrson
belonging to tho name, without his 'consent
auu that I will laitlitully obey all rules or
orders of the tamo not in conflict with the
constitution of tho United Slates and tho
slate of which I am a resident ; ami thct I
will uo nil In my power to lorwurtl the In
terests of the order generally, and my coun
cil of which I mil a member, nnd of Ameri
can principles in this country. So help hie
As will be seen theso aro precisely the
'.'oientlruenU" of tho old Know Nothing oar-
ty, and wo commend them to tho eaim-a
p'.tenllon ufaucitof our citizens of forelgu
birth as have In contoiupl.il Ian tho support
of Iho Republ'can ticket.
On thodthundfithof July 1 870, aeon ft-r-enco
of tho grand council of tho ordtrmet in
Philadelphia Mid nominated Hayes and
Whoaler for President nnd Vlco President.
On tho latter dny Mr, Hayes received ii
committee from this conference, thanked
them and accepted tho nomination.
On tho 0th of July, 1870, a copy of tho
contitutlon of the order, the oath, tho ad
dress and accrtifieale of honorary mwlcrthip,
exulled over a majority of 10,000 in Maine,
but it dwindled down to a little over 11,000;
they insisted that tho town elections of Con-
ncticut showed strong Republican gains but
it turns out that tho Democrats havo gained
5towus over last Fall's elections ; in Colo
rado they claimed 2000 majority, but it
soems that tho result is doubtful and they
will be lucky if at the most, they get half tho
The Democratic majority U Georgia was
so immense that they could do nothing with
it so they placidly remark "of course, wo
made no efl'irt you know" an argument
which might impress a two-.year-old infant
of idiotic tendencies ns forcible Georgia
gives about 80,000 majority and tho Legis
lature stands as follows: Senate, Democrats
40, Republicans, 1 : House, all Demc
crats except C, three of whom are negroes
Tho iufluenco which Was been exerted by
Harper' Weekly, miscalled n "Journal of
Civilization," has been bad for the country,
The caricatures of distinguished and lion
orable men which havo appeared from time
to time In that paper aro simple disgraceful
Tho pencil ofThoimu Nast, n clever but
unscrupulous artist, lias spared no promt
neut 'person in political life, nor have tho
pens of tho editors been more chivalrous
This outrageous1 prostitution of pen nnd
pencil to partisau uses rcaclu d its climax
in the campaign of 1S72, when iho shame
ful pictures of Mr. Greeley called forth in
dignaut remonstrances from tho respectable
papers of tho country. If tho Weekly did
not a.-tfumo so high a position in the news
paper world and pretend to be, us Its name
indlcates"a journal of civillzation,"this reck
less pictorial tUnder would not fceein so In
excusable. Either the Harpers should cease
the publication of abusive and unjust art!
cles and tho printing of scandalous carica
lures or change tho name of tho paper to
"a journal of abuse and promoter of tbo
degrdartlon of publio morality," It is not
necessary that oven n party organ should do
scend to low scurrility, either of pencil or
of pen, in order to advance tho interests of
tho political organization to which It bo
longs, and It U yet moro out of place In a
journal which pietcnds to belong to the higli
her nnd'purer class of literary publications,
Mr. Nut has created, to u great extent, a
tasto for this unhealthy kind of personal
tldloule and in that respect his undoubted
talent maybe considered a public misfor
ii u m en is elected tho southern war
claims that will be paid will double the
debt and impoverish the nation. Aro vou
prepared shoulder tho responsibility of
sucu a suicioai poticyr
Tho editor of the Gazelle it Bulletin, from
which the ahovo was taken, knows, or
ought t3 know, that tho statement is utterly
false. Tho Constitution (art. 14 Sec. 4 ) ex
pres.-ly prohibits any such payment. The
Coi.U.Mlil.VV of last week, contained this sec
tion, which we republish to refuto the
The validity of the public debt of the United
Slates, authorized by law, inclitiliny dibls in
curred for payment of pensions and bounties for
services in tupnressiny insurrection or rebel
lion, SHALL NOT HE QUESTIONED,
Hut not the United Slites, nor any State, shall
assume or pay any debts or obligations incurred
tn a in or iN'simnr.t.'i'Joh- (in ih-jiei.mon
against Tin: U.niit.d StaTi-a or any claim
for Ihe lessor emancipation of anil slave : but
a'l such debts, obligations and claims shall be
held tU.KU.U. ANI VOID."
Havo you fried Klrby's WlldChcrry Cough
lldl.am? A Very luvlnteiiMf: i-omnound tor
tho various affections olllfii ihr-mt nnd lungs
It lias been ucd with miiw, in seven eases
of iisthma giving Instant relief and In many
casrs effecting n pcrnaiueiit euro. Prleo CO
cents per bottlo and positively warranted to
givo onliro latlsfaction f r money refunded,
Klrby's Magic Relief for the instant euro
of severe and acutu palm.
Klrby's Tn-tcless W'oim Lozenges, pleas
ant. Hale nnd effectual,
Klrby's Horno and Cattlo Powders are tho
be-t powders for stock, manufactured. Try
them and bn convinced,
Klrbv's Camphor lco for sunburns, soro
lips and chapped hands,
Gill's Ililltous and Liver Pills nro recom
mended by tho first Physicians.
Tim nbovu preparations nto for snlo by nil
Druggists and dealers In medicine,
July 21, '70.-1 v Wh(ileal Agents.
DM I NISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
tONTATK nf MAKV ANV tlKKIINIIKIl, IHTKA'En,
torsof Ailmlntstrntlun mi Iho estate of .Mary
A. Ik-rnlngrr, latn of the Twp, or Mutt, county 1 1
liilmnlilA, iluecueil,linvclK-eiiirranteil by tiivHegK
ter orsnl'leiHinty toAnronlifrninii-r,iif Multi tp..MI
persons lmvliirlnlnisiigsliit the cstiito lit thoili ci
dontnrn rerpipstcil toprewnt them lor tctlleim-rii
ami thnsu liiticljlcU to tun omiiPi lomnko payment
lo tho iindcrsIiriii'iladmlnlstMtor without delay.
Oct. I), mc-ow." Administrator.
Old Kstnlillslicil Coal Yard.
C. W. Nkai, & l'lio.. Wholesale & Retail
Dealers in nil sizes of tho best qualities of
Red and White Ash Coal, at the very lowest
market rates. Hnveconstnntly on hand lnrgo
Blacksmith's Anthraclt ,
nnd Limeliurner's Coal.
Especial attention given lo the prenara
tlon of coal before leaving our yards. Grain
and Lumber taken in exchange for coal
Coal delivered to any part of tho town at
8hortnoticc. Ordersleltat I. W. McKelvy's
store, or at our othce, win reccivo prompt at
tention. Office and Yards at William Neal
it Sons' Furnace, Last llloomsburg. 1 our
patronage respectfully solicited.
COAL. 7-tf 251 COAI,
Mullelt has turned up again, not to bo
suro ns superviiing architect of the Treasury
butns Superintendent of government buil
dings now in process of eieeli-in nod inclu
ding tho Custom Houses at Cincinnati, Chi
cago and St. LinK and the Post oII'kcs at
New York, Hartford and Pml.idelnlha.
This will givo Mullett a chiinco to spend u
few more millions of public money, unless
Congress docvvluit H mot certainly should
do, enact a law which will effectually ro
strict Mullett from so doing. We had fond
ly imagined that when Mr. IWstow kicked
this expensive creature out of the Treasury
that we had heard the last of him, at least
in an ollicial position, but Grant sticks to
his friends well, and so wo havo Mullett
with us again. .Mr. Potter of New York who
succeeded Mullett as architect of the Treas
ury was a gentleman of lino abilities and
undoubted honor, 'nut ho did not c-cm to
have imbibed tli- idea that his ollico should
bo used to furward tho plans of tho Admin
istration leaders to carry elections. Mullett
understands that part of tho business perfec
tly hence his return to power, The Phila
delphia Times with its acciiitoinetl shrewd
ness hits tlie nail on the head,' thus:
Tho election is approaching ; it is time
to give out contrails and Hart up the pub
lie works, and who is there so well qualified
to niperihteud this patriotic task as the
mighly Mulli-ltjWho can spend moru money
In a given lime than any man in tho
United States emlce?
Old and vouiir. rich and poor, nil unite
in testifying to tho truo merits of Dr. Hull's
Cough Syrup, ror over a quarter oi a cen
tury it has proved Itscll a true, tried ana
Important lo (Viileiinial Visitors.
Many ot our readers who yet intend to
visit Philadelphia, will wih to do so at the
least possible cot and trouble. They will
not wish to pay hotel rates when they can
obtain good accommodations at private- and
boarding liou-.es at one-third hotel rates.
During beptemoer nnd Uclooer the crowds
will be so la ge that they cannot bo accomo
dated nt hotel-1, and to avoid trouble on their
arrival all should know where they are. coing
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1. J Ins is our ounce. Jake it. State what
paper you saw this in.
Sept. 22, 1870.
A Tonic Without Alelioliol.
Tho Peruvian Syrup is a Solution of tbo
Protoxide ot Iron, which vitalizes, purifies,
nnd enriches tho blood. Dyspeptics and
those suffering from Chronic Diseases read
the lollowing :
From Rev John Gregory, Pastor of the
Wesleyau Methodist Church, at Pittston
Luzerne Co., Pa.
My Dear Sir Having at various times
personally, and in my own and other fami
lies, tested the great value of the medicine
railed i'eruvian Syrup or rroteeted solution
ot l'rotoxuie ot iron, I mii'i cheerlully rec
ommend it, especially to those who aro suf
fering lrom dyspeptic and nervous disorders,
As a reliable and powerful alterativp, it i,
I think, unsurpassed ; and as a tonic, free
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liolic remedies, it n n most stiux-ient nuxilia
ry to tho temperance cause. Ono of tho
greatest hindrances to the temperance re
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se", wo have, in the Peruvian Syrup, a sa:o
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yet acquaint! d with the valuable- properties
ol the medicine may no induced to givo it
trial. Yours truly,
Caution. lie ur- you get the I'eruvian
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ilrcs, bet n V, l-owle iV bons I'rop rs.,
8(1 llarr MinaA venue, 1'oston.
Nation U Djai.-aVu Ticka!;.
Governor Chamberlain, of South Carolina
issued a proclamation on Saturday, declar
ing it impracticable to enforce, by tho ordi
nary judical process, tho laws of the Stato
within certain counties j ordering Iho ills,
banduicnt of the, white riflo clubs within
tlueo days j and declaring that If his order
is d.iregardtd ho will "exhaust his own
pew.-rs and then appeal to the United States
Tho Democratic State Conuuitloo of South
C-iroliiiu has luueil an mMro-s denouncing
this proclamation iu "unwarranted by law
and fuels, u.: LvUed to furnish n pretext for
troops," Chief Justice Mose, iu reply to a
leltir from W'ndo Hampton, statis that
"be knows nothing tn lead hh to conclude
that South Carolina is an nrnieil eaiiip, or
that any arm Is needed more potent than tho
law," AsMielaiii Juticii Willurd.nud Judges
Maokey and Cookr, Republicans, haveulsp
written litters denying nny knowledge of
the alleged fuels set forth iu the proclama
tion, mid Judge Mackey charges the Gover
nor with "conspiracy against a free bal
SAMUEL J. TlLDEN,
OF NEW YORK.
roil VICE I'ltiaiDI'.NT,
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
ClIARUEd G. HARK LEY.
IHufoJ.-ct to Scnatorlid t'onferer.co.
E. J. M ("HENRY,
DAVID S. HROWN,
F. L. BHUMAN,
ISAAC K, KR1CKHAUM,
JOHN W. HOFFMAN,
fIEIOKlt-CASE.-At tho residence of tho bride's
parents, la Alton, by he v. J. A. Inlne.Vr. David
M. Oeli'or to Miss Martha I- Case, all cf Scott
imow.V-SMiTH. At the roMdcuce M tho bride's
pirmuon Iho Till hut, by ttov, O. L. liensoott-r,
Acnuyin J. hrown, ot l)looiabui-,r to Miss Jo&Io
HitiUh, rf JackkOn,
- - -a-i
IlOONK. At Urao rtldso, Oct, lit., law, Tsntah 1:1
uvt mxijie, oseu sjtars, u inouim urn .l days,
TOlilAHt-ln Espy, on Iha Mh Inst., Sarah E, Ti
tuas, m luoium year ul borate.
MeliKYNOMW.-AtUir aboi-t UIiiosh, from mem.
urauous ciouci, joau ii.iriou turn of II, W, auj Krcll
iia iuueynoius, used 4 years and I months,
l uneml I'rlddy at J n. uv
Tho afflicted ireula hate our carnvst iapaUiy,
DYHIMII'MI U DVM'HI'sl.V I UY.MlTI'Sf A t
IWKpflwt.i IsthoiiKMt iie-pteln- ur nil htiimm nil-
menu. Its r miit oiiifi nro utmost li, Untie, In their
ntkty innl Iho forlorn and itctronilmt Mctlmsof
tliu ill.sea.se oru-ii t mcy themsclu's tho prey, In turn,
of i-M-ry Unouii iiialndy, this Is due, hi part to Ike
oe Kj-tnprtliy whlih exists I etwi en the Moinnch
nnd the t rain, nnd In rnrt nUo to tho f ict that nny
illstuiliuneuof tliedljfL'stlM'fiuiilljiisnee-ssarlly (lis
disorders tlm liver, iho bowel! and the. henous
KJRteia nnj edicts, to bOlne cstcnt, tl.u quality tt
K. 1 Kmikcl's Hitler Wine of Iron Is a suro cure.
This Is not n now preparation, lo bellied nnd found
wanting, It has been prescribed dally for many years
In tho rractlco ot eminent physicians with ini-
paralled success; It Is not expected or Intended to
cure all tho diseases to htch thchtiman family lssub
Joct, hut warranted to euro Djspipsta In Its most
obstlnato form, hunkers Hitter Wlno ot Iron net er
falls to euro. Symplons of Djnpepsla nro loss of
appetite, wind and rlslnsr of tho lood, dryness of tho
mouth, heartburn, distension of Iho fctomacli ami
bowels, constipation, headache, dizziness, sleepless
ness and low spirits. Try 1 he i-reat remedy and bo
convinced ot Us merits. (Set tho ceiiulntt. Tuliu
only Kuukel's, hlihlsput only In fl bottles. Depot
:o saw uy an Druggists and dealers e crywucro.
Ask for 1;. F. hunkers hitter Wlno ot Iron and
take no other, six bottles for t".oo or tl. per bottle.
worms I worms! Worms I
E. 1'. Kuukel's Worm Sj ru i nc.ier falls to destroy
1-hi, t-cut und Momach nouns. Jir. Kuiikel, thu unly
siccessful 1 hjslchm who ici.iou'-i Tupo worm In 2
hours, nllvo with head, and no foe until removed.
Common sense tenches If Tape worm bo removed
all other worms can be leadlly destroyed, hend for
circular to 11. 1'. Kunkel, usu Nuilh Ninth street,
'hlladeltml.i, l'a. or cull on vour ill uirzlsL lorn but.
lie or Kuiikels Vtoim triup, prlccti. It never
IK TUB rsTATK OF .1011- ntl-ItAUT. tlFf-'M.
Tho liiidei-slgneil Auditor to makii ul-tilbutlon nf
tho hamlets ot the. funds In the mud of tho
Administrator, imiomr tlm pnrllcs entitled
t In-run. will attend tn I hn duties ir disappointment
nt Ills iifllii' on Main Mreei. Hloomshuig, I num.,
on Krlda) the rid day nf Nr.vi mher IsTa. when ninl
wheroall pnrotis having claims ngnlnsl ihii !ald
estate win requested to piesent the name tKf- i-c the
rtu-iiuir ur uu ucourrt-d irom coining 111 lor n Riiaiu oi
C. (I. II.VIIKI.I.l,
EHTA1I-. OK (UU. VVKIVIH lRrFAVII.
-r lin lllnti I Htirlif-il altitltiit minnloteil livtho (-nlirt
In (iisti-ltiutn Iho bal.inei! In Iho lunids of the ttvicu.
tors of sal't ih'cen-ed to ulid nmong the persons
entltl d to thu same, will ntlernl to the duties of his
nppoiiitim in ni ins (mice in r.ioomsnurg, on inuis
liny, Nov. v, IsTil. at 10 o'eloek n. in. when nr.d vvhero
all persons nro lo rehy iiotllled lo mnko tliili-clalm
before the Audltur or bo debarred from coming hi
on said fund. , I'. V. Mil. I. Kit,
Del. 0, 'id.-ovr. . Auditor.
IISTAIK OF MAIIV llOKI.OCIll'.n, PFCKASFP.
1 n-eiity-nlne persons for rteclnrs.
(ino lierson lor ItepreM-utntlve hi Congress for Iho
XTino iJwnfor Scnntrir for the xVlh dlsttlct, enm
posed of Ihei-mmtlesof Columbia, l.C'mlK. Mnn
l.uir nnd MUllvini.
I vmi persons lor .isprmoij.
Tvvo persons for Assoih.te Judges of the county ot
ime iK-rson for sherirf. .,.,.
'I wo (icrson-- for.iurj (i inmtsslonorlu'it no elector
to otn for Inore than nniHi- isoli.l .,..,
It Is further dliected Hint tho (lection polls of tlm
several districts simp bo opened at seven o'dis-k in
I he foienoon, nnd shall conllnu-i open llliiit Inter
ruption tir ailj-iuiiurcnt until seven o'clock hi le
evening when Iho polls will lie-closid.
I'uisiinnt to tlm provisions coiitahiul In tin l;.lh
Section of tho Art of (lie (leneral Assembly l-elng
"A luither supplehiciii lo inu net reiruiniii'K e-;-tlons
In this (,'uuim jiivvealth," npproved .Inn. do, isil.
Sie-rios 111. As soon ns the polls shall clone, Iho
nfliccrs of election shall proceed to i until n'l lh"
Miles ea't for each candidate voted for.nnd make n
full return of tho sumo In trltillente, Willi n Ktiirn
,l.n. In n.iaillnn. (n nil of Ulili-ll ItiPVOtfR ri-'eVC-ll
bv earh enndldale slmll n given alter his or her
nali.e, IIM 111 v.olilsnuil again in iigures niimi
i... . i ......i ii ,.f u..i.i ..i-tc.ti.,1 .....i ...niiiipii h over-
s. (r.s. tf liny, or If not Hoccilltled, the overseers l-nd
hi-hiii-i-i- ivrnsiiKT to slim oc c( rili v . or (liherof
lln'm, shall witte iiim.ii eneh cf the returns l-l( or
ineir reasons ior not su-oiii oi inui,
'11.1.(11(0.11601111 na i..iui.li.il. slmll ntso he lino ler.
and fully declared Irom tho window to the dlheiis
pi-csdit, nnd n t n ltf statement showing tho votes
received by each enndldale shall he made and sighed
bv the elect Ion onjei-rsns soon ns tin-vote Is collided,
Klin me same Slum uu llnmeniaieiy jioso-n m n i n-d-xir
of the elecll-m house for Information of tho
public. The triplicate returns shall be cnilowil In
envelopes and be sealed In piesenee nt tin' otllcers,
mil om, i-nvi-insn. nidi the iin-efileit return s!ieet.
irlti.,1 1(1 (In, 111. I. Hi , I.IOll Llinil f'lllll 1ITI (1(11- IISI III
voters, tally-paper, nnd oaths of ollliers, nnd another
or sain enveiotH-s snail no given 10 me miiiwiii.. i
In Ilia district In which he claims to be a voter, for
Ihn period of nt least two months Immediately pre
coding nnld election, which witness slmll be swoi n i or
nmrined and snlwrlho a written or Pnilly vvrlttjii
nnd imilly piluted nilldavlt to the facts slated by
him, whlih iillld.ult shnll ihllne clenily whero tho
toslticnetl ISM 111!' pen-oil Niiiaii iiiih '"'" V,""1 i
nnd tho person su thdmliig the ittihl lovoteshnllnlto
takoniidsubMill"- a wilttin or nt I j written nnd
partly pnuieu iiunuitii, mhihiki i" y.
Lor vOic lu-e mid bclhf. vvh( ii nnd while ho wnnboi nt
Hint he has Uen 11 iitlren of the 1 lilted Stall s lor
nno month, and of I In commonivenllti rf Irnnsjl
vanlal lln.t he hen lcshUdln tho coiTiln'tivvenllhoni)
M-nr, or, It lonneily a ouiilltied elector ur a hntlvo
bi.iii citizen ther-of. (,nd has lemovcd Ihercliom and
leluineil, llial he nns n much.uk n ( i nx loooios
next pi t er ding satd i lection i tl.al he Ims I eslrti d hi
tin- (list! Icl Iu ivhli h hu claims lo be nvi.ln- loi-thu
1-el loll i-r in leasT iwomeiiiiisiiuiiK-oi.iiin piiccuuiK
fnld ileclloli! Unit he lies hot luoM-il Inln thu
dlstrlit fir tlie pui.M' of votlngthereiu i Hint ho
hio, If twelilv-two jeurs if oge or upwnrds, paid n
Mine or eouniy ikx wkikii io inn, i. h .o ui
sesMilnt lean- two Inonlhs nnd paid lit lenst onu
inonlli hi hire the eieciion, ine sani niiiuavii nau
ulso stale when nnd where the lax claltmd tn Isj
paid bv the i.tllnnt was nstessed, mid when nnd
where nnd til whom p.ildj and the tax lccelpt there
for shall be produced fur examination, unless Iho
nlllant shall i-tnte In Ids tifllduvlt llu.l It has been
lost or (h si in) eil, 01 that be nevir r celled nny j and
It 11 Ii:l!Ui aill (l ( lll( o. -nun iii-ii imiiiu iocn, ni-iu
and bv vvlr.it court he was natuiaHi-ul, and shall also
i-di!ucc ins i en uu me oi miiuraiuiLiien uri miiiiiiiii
iro. nut l( tlie rirKin so claiming the iluht tovotu
shall take ui-d siibteilt.e nn nilldavlt that 1,0 Is a hn
tlvo belli iltlen of the I idled Mates, or, lr boin
elsew In le, --hall slate the fad hi lis uflidnllt, unit
shall pioiluee ('Vinculo iuhl no jiiis oeeu laioinueii
or Ihnl he Iseiillllid to t Illi n!ili t.v lef in (I Ids
father's in-1 ii rn 11 n ! li m. nnd shall tin 11. ( i stntoln his
lno lindcislirned uiidltor iippolnted to dlstilbuto I siH-dor. All litihros living within twelve miles of
funds In hands of s. II. Miller. Trustee, nmoiig iim prothonnfnr.v'H onlec, or within twcnty-roiir
parties entitled thereto will meet nil peisoiu. inter- miles, ir lhetr l ei.ldeiice be in n lovvn, viuace or cu.v
(oh. n (no nno li li raiirii-iti h-ihihik i-' in"""1.'.
cito I, for the purpose nf his appointment, at hi
iilocku. tn. nn luesday, Oct 31, 'lit. nt Ids unin In
lilooinsbiirg, when and where nil persons having
i liilins ne-fLiiist tin! Knld estato lire lcuuesled lo
present nnd nrovo tho same before 'lie Auditor, or
bo (lebuired nom coining in icr a snnru oi snin lunu.
j. o. l-'itiiuzt;,
Oct. 0, ISiC.-Ct. Auditor.
A UDITOR'S NOTICK.
f KSTATKnF WltllAVI nAntici:, i.ati: OF StAtll
snsi Tows-sine. 0((-v.asfij.
Tho undersigned Auditor lonuke illitrlbutlon of
the fund In Iho hands of tho Administrator of the cs
I mo or William llai ber. deceased, w III nl Icn-l to the
dullesot hlsarpolntmeiit. at Ids olllce In Itlooms
burg, on siuturd.iy, Nov. 4th, ls"t. nt in o'clock a.
in., when noil whero nil nelsons hnvltiir el.lllns
against the satd estate, are requited In Jill-sent tlm
H.H11U oeiore ino .vnuiior, or no uuuarreu irom euni-
Ing In for a rliuro of satd fund.
i', r. mi,i.Mr.Yint,
Sep. siMiv Auditor.
s.-at, shall. In-rore Ivvo o'clock host meridian of th
d.iv niter Iho election, and nil other lodges shall,
ln-foro twelve (A lock lueiidlin of the second nay
nfler the election, deliver said return, together with
leturn sheet, tn tho protuonoiai'.y ir mo court m
nritnn.nt. il,-iu i,r llu p.ionlv. wl.li-li Kll 111 I i-t tlm slK-lt,
thereon, and' shall bu preseived by tho prolfionotnry
.M-O.lll.H Wlli-If Il.nniKi, ri" in' . ,.i.".."'-
hle aw Ident. h unnMo to nth-nil, then the celt tlciito
r,r c.lllrn uloll! lie llll.f 11 elinrife or UV Oil" Ol 1 10 10
Riiwtnvxnt-rh'rl.-s nt I lie etc! lion of the district. Who
sluitl (lo nnd perform thu duties lequlicd ot said
Judge unable toatlcnd.
-7"Hl-:.' YOU WANT A FIRST-CLASS
SUAVKor nuythlng la tho TONSOIIIAI, I.INU
Till! IIIC9T IN TOWN,
tUndcr Exchange Hold, lilooinsbtirg,
Oct. 13, " ly
In tho matter of tlie snlo of real estato of Aliens.
t-js 1-reuiiil. tho uiidersUiied nunululed Auditor bv
ngicciueiitof parlies Inlerested lu make distribution
oi money arising iroin biiui sale lo and among tlie
parlies (111 II li-il Iheieto, will meet the panics lllte
rvsteil fur thu im.isi-n ot hlsiiimolutment at tlm or.
flee of llroekvva) ,v IJwvh la liloouisliiii-g on Moil
day, Noveinbii'lllll, ls0,ut 10 o'clock, u. in.
OUO. f. i;i.wi:t.i
oct. 13, IsiiV-fvv AuiUtor.
1 1.I I.N I.VI'IIA l ull h NUTICH.
aV ksi-.vtk OKCillunlNri nisili-:!.. iiKpniRFn.
Leners i.f Adinluisiuilhin i n the osinto of O.illiarlnn
11 -hel. la h of Aluiilonr twn. i ol.. i'o.. dceeoseil
havo been grunted by the lieglstcr of satd county to
James P. Mculuro of came twp., Columbia county.
.1UII11., I.U llliuiilllll ,.VIElOIl.S iiiucuieu uio lciUCbl.
ed to mako li&.vinent.nnd those havluir claims or
demands against tho said estate will innko them
known to tno saiu Auiniuisiruior wiinout delay.
jAits j . .Mcuhunr;,
Oct. 13, 1S76-CW
ESTATE OF Kl'DWIO Til BILK. 1IECFASED.
.U'ttcrs of Administration with tho will
annexea on tno estato or Luuwig Thille, hitu
of Locust tovvushl, Columbia countv., l'i nti'a.,
d:ceased, have been irruiited by tho lfe-jister of said
county to Win. ilattz, ot CuUvrkua. Columbta
ei uniy, renrisyivnnia All persons Having iialins
ag.dnst the estate ot tho deiedent nio leiiuested to
nesciitiiiem lor seiiieiueni, una inoso imieoied lo
lie estato In mako naviiiint to thu undirslcued
Administrator without delay.
Oct. 13 '"S-cvv. Administrator.
IN IHII ESTATE OF DAM El. SIIICF, MTK OF MAIM TUT,,
COLI'UUIA COU.NTV, llCK ISEO.
on motion of C. (I. Ilarklcy. Hubert It. Llttlo was
nppolnted Auditor to make distribution of tho fund
In the hands of tho Administrator among tho parties
entitled therein. Notice is hereby given tli.a thu
underslgued will attend to tho duties of lib appoint
ment at tho oir.ee of E. II. and It. It. Little, In
looinsburir. on Thursday, tho nth d.iv of November
ism, at la o'clock n. m., w hen and w here all p.T.son-1
will he required to present their clilms or bo deb.ir-
reu nodi coming iu upuu saiu iuou.
1101IT. It. LITTLK,
Oct. 13 1970-J.W Auditor.
) in th(
5-of i: o i
, J l'lcas ot
m in o n
Charles MaurcrA: Henry Maurer. J l'lcas ot Colum
bia county. No. km, September Term, lsia, l-'l. l'n.,
io, inn, r-cpiemuor 'i crin, is.o.
And now Sept. 10, ls"ii. on motion of c. W. Millar,
Com t uraut a rule on Hherlll lo pav money raised on
ahovo stated M. l-'u. Into court, and appoint I II
Little, Auditor lo make dlslilbii'luiiuf same to par
ti. -3 entitled. lly Hie Courr,
ii. r, .Aim,
From tho record. 1'ioth'y.
Notlco Is hereby given that tho undersigned will
attend to thodiilles ot his appointment lit his nlltci)
In lllbomsliurg on Wednesday tho sth d.i of Novem
ber, ism, at 0 u'clock, u. m., when and whiro nil per
sons will ha reiiitred to mako their claims or bu de
barred Uoin coiulug In upon said fund.
11. II. LI n'LH,
Oct. 13, 1670-IW Auditor.
ny virtue of sundry w rits ot Venditioni Exponas to
me;dlrectcd will bojexposed lo public snlo nt Iho
Court House In llloumsburg, nt.ono o clock p. hi. on
FRIDAY, OCTOHUR 27tli, 1S7C,
All that cor tain trnot of land
sltuato In Hemlock township, Columbia
County l'a., hounded on tho north by lands of chas.
Iiclterlck, west by land of Joseph Moiist, south by
land of II. 1", Kester, nnd east by land ot William
SK VKNTY-TWO ,ACR ICS,
inoro or less, whireon nio erected a rriimo
nucisi:, tijtxu i;.ti:?;
and other 0itt-bullillng3 with thenppiirtenaiiccs.
Seized, taken Into execution nnd to bo sold ns Iho
property of Amos II. Applcmau.
At tho samo time and il.ico nil that certain tract
or parcel ot land sltiiatc.ln .lackson twp., Clunibla
cviinty, IM., bounded and dcscilbed ns follows: on
Iho north by land of Joseph forks, east by William
forks, south by Jaeoh.snydcr nnd S, W. Mcltenrj,
west by Henry Hurleyinan, containing about so
Acres moio or 'loss, vvhereon nro erected a I'lank
Dwelling House, and llank-llarn with thu appurten
Seized, taken Into c.cctitlon;atid to bo sold as thu
propel ty ot Daniel Fritz.
At tho sanio thno and plico all that certain Heal
Estate situate In the.tovvn of llloonisburg, Columbia
county, Ha., bounded us follows to wit: E.istl
lilghlh strict, smith by Abo Long, west by nn nllej t
north by Johtiilreen, said lot; licln-j3u feet Iu front
and lea feel In depth, inoro or less, wliireon aio
ererted a nno and cue-half story l-'mino House uml
Seized, taken into execution anil to Lo sold as ll.o
properly ot Citheiluc Lon'.
All that certain tract or lot ot land situate In Pino
tjivnslilp, Columbia county, l'a , bounded amide
scribed nsrollo.is: Outheuoi-th hyliiiuluf Asher
I'lillmer, ea't by l.indcf Elijah Kiilhner, south by
land foi merly ow mil by 11. Jleiidebhall, west by land
of Susan lain; containing t4 ncies, 14 ot which
nio cleared; n hereon aro erected a 1,M &tory log
Tho one-eleventh Intel est Ina farm In said I'lne
township, containing lio acres, bounded on the north
by land of Wesley Haker, east by land or .Susim
Fails, south by 1 mil cf E. Meudeiihall, west by land
of 1', W. l-'nus, nnd known us Iho luriiioi' Thomas
Fans, deceased; whereon nro i reeled ii I wo story
frame house, bain nnd iml buildings.
Silzed, taken Into execiit Ion iiml lo bo t-old as tho
properly of Joshua Ii. l'aus.
ORPHANS' CO.UliT SALE
John Wcnncr, Administrator of Solomon lluss.lato
of Fishingcreek township, deceased, will expose to
public sale on tho premises on
SATURDAY, NOVEMH13U 4, 187G,
at ton o'clock In the. forenoon, all that certain
L O T OF 0 R O U N 1),
sltualo In rishlngcieck tow nshlp, aforesaid, bounded
and descilbed us follows, lo-wlt : On tho North by
John Wenner on Iho Risthy William Itobblns and
Ellas Header, ion IhoSoiilhund West bv William
Iiuderb.ich, and conUituin,' TWO ACK11S mora or
less, on which mo erected a
KTOKf-AND-A-IIALI-' FKAME HOUSE, A HAKN,
and oilier out-bulldliigs.
'lEIt.MS OF S.M.U. Ten per cent, of one-fourth of
tho purchase money to bo paid al tho striking down
of tno juoiierty, thu one-fouilh less iho ten percent,
at ttiu continual Inu of sale, and Ihorem-itning threo
ton ri lis In ono jcar iheieaflcr, wlih luterit Horn
Oct. 13, ISTC-ts
For Diseases of tho
Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs, Colds,
The I eput.itlon It has ntt.ihied, in conscipicnco ot
thu marvellous cures it has produced during tho
last half century, Is a sufficient assurance to Iho
public that It vv 111 continue to realize tho happiest
lesults that can bo ileshi'd. In almost every
section of couutiy llieic aro persons, publicly
kiiuvrii,vv hu havo been i c&toi cd h om alarming and
even dctperatu diseases of the lungs, by Its use.
All vv ho hav o tiled it, acknowledge Its supcilority ;
ami whcio its vli lues nrcknovru,iioouc hesitates
ns to vv lint medicine- to employ to relieve tlio dis
tress nnd suffering peculiar to pulmonary affec
tions, C'llunr.r l'lx-ioiui. always nnordi in
stant 1 el it-l, nud pcifuiuu rapid cuies of tbo
iiilldcrvmlcticsorhio'iclilul dlsordcr.nsvvill as
Iho iiioio foi uiMalilo diseases cf the lungs.
As avaleguiiiil toil.il,liin,.nnldllioilliticis
lug ilUenses which beset Iho Throat nnd Chest nf
ll.il, Hi. ,fl.il U hi valuable for, by III lln.rly i.so,
iiuililiii-li-. nro losciicd am) icslousl to health,
'li.li inc.lii.iiiu guius filiudi at every dial, us
thu cuies ills uonstantiy producing lno ton ro
iu.irli.iblo la Lu foigotlcn. No family shuuhl la
will. out It, ami llioso who hsvo oucuuscd It
never vi 111,
Kmlnent I'liysichins tluniighout tho cnuiiiir
pieiriibo It, nnd Clergymen often iccoiumcuit It
from then' knuu lodgu of Its uvea.
Dr, J. C, AYER d CO., Lowell, Mass,,
I'nu Ileal uml Analjrlltnl Clieiulsls,
bold iiy au. Duuiitiisia i:vi:i;vwiiiaii'.
Oct, U, is;c-ly
At tho sametlmo and place, nil tint certain leal
estate sit uulu In ill Milugecf .Montana, ( oliuubla
county, l'n., bounded and deser'ted ns follows: on
tho east by Centiu street, suith by n iiubllestrcit.
wettby nn alley, noithby Daniel Ooodmuri. Said
lot being IMi feet In depth, moio or less, una fiO feet
In front, moro or less.
Selcd, taken liitu execution and to bo sold n tho
pinpcity ot l'hlilp 1). Hughes.
At tho same thno and ph.ie, nil that leitalu lotot
ground situate In Ihoboioiighof ('enlrall.i.columhht
cuuiity, l'a., bounded nnd di sci tbed an follows : on
ll.o south by cen Uo street, on the west by lot 3f
John Arter; on tho noithby an alley, on tho cattle
lot of August (ial le, containing ti) feet Hunt on sa'd
Centre street and 140 feet In depth, whereon iu'e
en cted a two-story Iramo dwelling houso nnd out
feUed, taken Into execution nnd to bo sold ns the
propel ty of John Pleasant lloaghind.
At tho samo tlmo nnd place, nil tint itrrtaln lot of
land situate In thu Horotigh ot I'entrallii, Columbia
county, l'.i.,'bounded and described as follow a : on
tho east by I'nxion M south by Norlh st wist.liy
an alley, north by lot of Henry Jospi n, being so II, m
front and IWhet de-p, on which nreeieeieilafrniiio
dwelling holue, a large tw o-story fruiiio w ajjou shop,
nnd n blacksuilth shoii.
Siled, taken Into unectit Ion, and to bj sold as the
pioperly of Heuheli Fuhrlliger.
CONDITIONS OF HALIL-l'iirchascis must pay
ten kt cent, of tho puithaso money, or at least
enough tot-over all eosis, ul striking dovvnof sales
olhervv lso property to bo re-sold nt oneo.
CIIAS. S. FOllNWAI.D,
Sept. 21, '7(1. Niolltr.
Yin rollnwln-r Act of Assrml.1v. regulating the
mode of Anting In tho Commonwealth r.f I'ennsyi
vanla, was passed March in, tw, and rends tlius!
I-F('lIOVI, IK' II ( (-111(1 I eil I ll.o m-iin.u llll'l l.'.-.u
ot Itnpri-sentntlve ( r th" Cominonvvdilth of I'eniisvl
vaiila hi oeneral Asseiiiblv mel. and It Is hereby en
noted bv the nullinrltv of tlm snmo that th" iiunlllled
voters of I he several ill til tela In the moral counties
of tiilscnnimoiiweiilth, nt. nit genci nl, t iwnMilr, boi'-
ollfll PlllI Spiem eieciIOIl'., nro uereov oerciiin-i
.Kithorlsed nnd nspiln-n to vote by tickets printed or
w-.-ttteii, or parttv pilnteil nud pin lly vvlltten, scvci--nlly
elasliled as follows: one ttck-t shnll embri-.ie
me IKIIU.'M OI no .niiiiri-s oi .mm ,,..-. ,., .,..
labelled, outside, ".turtlelaiy." one ticket shall em
bracotho nntni-s of nil tlie Slain nlllcors voted for,
and to tin labelled "State;"., no ticket shnll emln-nco
tho names of nil county officers voted for. Including
Hie olllce ot Senator, nnd Memberi of As-s-emhlv,
If voted fur, nnd lndnbci-s it Congress. It
voted for, nml bo labelled "Countv ;" one ticket shall
embrace Iho natiii'S(f nil low nshlp onieers volod for,
and bo lalK-lled "TownstilpV one ticket shall em
brcco the names of nil borough ohiccrs voted for, nml
he labelled "Hnroui;h."
sn-riovs. 'lhat It snail no uio uuiy or ine no
In the several counties of tho ('(.mmonvventtli tnln
seit In their election proclamations, hcrenltcr tisticd
the first section ot this net.
NOTIC1-: IS IIKRKllY OIVKX,
That every person exeenlln'r Jusllees of Hie Fence
n,wl M.lo. i.toti. Kotiiclns Till 1 e n ml rerniis in tho
ii.llllii sen tee it the state, vrho shall hold or shall
will. In tu-n mouths Invo held anv r"l(-o or niinolnt
ment of prolit or trust under tlie rr'(t suites or of
this stnte. nnd cltv or eorpornted district, whether a
pn-miiisstniieii odlrer or (tlierwl-e. a sutioullnat'
ollleer or nireiit w ho Is or shall ho emplnved under
tlie j-glstatiii-e, Eveeullve or Judiciary Department
r.f this stnte. or of nny c Uv or of anv Inenrpointcd
llisiriei, nno also, iu,(l every loeinoi-r oi v.oonn-,ss
nnd nf ti '-late Legislature, nnd of tho select or
common e- - .i"ll of nnv eitv, or eominl-sioiier or any
Incorporate.! (iwtict, is ny law incapioieoi noioing
or I'vereisi iir ni I oe same ii ni- ine o re or no ooiih-
ment of Judge, Inspeelnr orTClerk of nny elecllnn of
tills Commoiiwcnllh, nnd Hint no Inspector, Judge or
otlieronieerof suchjclecllou'sliall hi'Xellglblc tu bo
men voieu ror.
Tho Inspectors nnd Jiidgn of the elections shnll
meet nt tlie respective plaies appointed for holding
Hie election In thedMHct tn which they respectlvelv
lielniK-. licfoi-e seven o'clock In tlio inorlill'L-. and
each of said Inspectors shall appoint ono clerk, who
shall boa (lualliled voter nf such district.
In ease tlie person wnn sunn receive me fccoiiu
lile-hpst. number of votes rorrin-nectcr shall notnt-
tend on Hie dnv of nnv clecll' n. then the person who
shall have received Itte second highest number of
votes Tor Judge n the:n("!l preceding elect Ion shnll
net ns Insnt'ctorln his place. And In case the ihmsoii
who shall have ns-clved lh" highest number of voos
ror insiH-eior sunn not alloml. the person ,-ieeteil
ludsre sluitl nppelnl nn Inspector In his place nnd In
case the person elected' buliTe' slnlfoot atleud. then
tne inspecior wno reei-iveu me nigiiest numoerer
votes shall appoint a Jinlge In Id", place or If nnv
vacancy shall continue In the hoird for the space of
on" uouriiiier ui" uiun iiveu ov ia-.v ror mo oH'iiing
oi mo eieeuon, mo (uaimeu voieis oi tno townsiiip,
wart . or( sn ei ror w i en Riicn on uei-s s uu imvc
been elecled. present nt such el.-ellou shall ( led one
or iik ir numiiei- to tin sucn vacnnev.
It slmll be Iho duty of Hie several assessors re-
specllvely to nllcnd nt the Place of holdlmr everv
generni. special or lounsiun eieeuon, inirinc the
whole time such election Is kept open, for the pur
nose ot glthic- Information to Hi" Inspectors and
juuges, wnen c.ineii on in relation to the iltrht of nnv
IM-i-son ns.esseu ny m.-m in vrne nt nich election
nnd on surh r-ther matters In relation tn the nssess.
ment ns Iho snld inspertnrs or either of them shall
irom nmc ro lime, retpiiie.
Notvron shall be liertnltted tnvntn nl. nnv elee.
tlon ns uroiesild oilier limit a male cltleii. of tho
lie-e rf Iwenlv-one enrs or morn, win, l.n lii.nn n
ctlt?en of the I'nlted states lit p-nst one month, nnd
who sum nave resuieii in tnostnie at.ie.isi ono vent
mid In tho election dl'trlct where he olfers to vote
two mounts immediately pricediug such eiccllon
ami, If Iwentv-two vears (,f ugo (r uiivvaid.s. luivi
vvllliln two jears paid a state or county tn which
shall havo hem assessed nt least two mouths and
paid nl least one moiilli heroic Hie election. Hut
cltlyen of the t nlied states who has nri'Vloir-lv bee
a ilU.illtUd vohr of this state and reliiiued alnlwho
biian nave lived in me eieiiiou uiiiui and pain
uses, as iiioieniini, mi.ui no eiuiiicK iu vo-u iiuei
residing In this slide fpc luuiiths. lTovl.lcd.th.it
. lll.eiis ot Hie I nlied Stales, lutwein the age of
tweiity-one nml tweiitj-two who have leslded In Iho
tli-ctlon dlitilil two months, as uioresntd, shall lie
ciitltledto vole although th y shall not have paid
niiiil.it It. that lie Is. lit the time of making Mi" nlllila-
vut, of tlmnge t,f Iwint.v-t iiunnd uiid'-r Iwcntj-twii
vcursi that he bus been n citizen of Iho lulled
stales ono hiuiith, Mid has resided 111 the slntu ot.ii
jenr; or, If a native lioui cltlen of thu Statu nnd
removed Ihcicf i urn and rcltiri.cd, Hint he has tcttdul
therein six moiilhs next preceding said ( lecifon, and
In the election dlslilet Immedhitely Ivvo mouths pre
icdliig suih eh illoti, he slinll be (iitllled to vote,
nlthough he fhnll not have paid taes. The snlil
anidavltsof nil pei sons miikliigsuch claims, and Iho
nhld.wlls of tho wit iu sses to llielr ieildnr.ee shall In
pieseived by Iho chctlon bir.nl, nnd nt the cloie of
Iho ilcellon they shall bu ct.clcsed Willi the list of
void's, tull.v list and other papers required by law to
be hied by tho letiiin Judge villi the piulhoholary,
uml slmll remain on tile tneicvvith In tho imilluiiiu
larv'si,ilce,suli('('t to i'ninliinllon ns othirekitlcn
pn;. lH me. If the ekitloii onieers shall Iiml Hint.
Iho applicant, possesses nil the legal iiiiillllcntlons ot
n voler he shall bu eimlttcd lo vote, nnd Ids namo
shnll be added to tl.e list of tUMibles by the ehctlon
oIIKiih, Iho woul "lax,",beliigr. adihd whole tho
claimant claims to vote on tax, ulid the word "nge."
vvneie lie ciniius iu viae on nge; me unn.o vvorus
Is 11. g added by Iho clerks In each case. icss-ctlvcly,
on the lists of ri raons voting at such eiccllon.
si. (tion ll.ll s in 1 bo law ml for nnv nun III id (III-
reii i r tne distth t, notwithstanding the i.mne of ihu
pt opened vott r Is contained in the list of leshhtik
tiiMibtes, to ih.illenge th vote rf such person,
wh' n ill on tho (nine proof ot tho light of fctMrago
ns Is luivv required bv law shall bo puu.cly uu.iie iu.it
mi on u.v me eieeuon ooaru. nnu inu voienu ui lied
or leji cie.I, aecoidhig lo the evidence. Every ji( I son
claiming to he a lintumll( d dltl7cu snail leicqulicil
lopi-(,(lucolilsiiatlii'all.!iitlon lertlllei-.to nl thu doc
uon oiioie o(ing, o.vcepi wneie lie lias inch tor livu
.u,.niir.,u,iiig . 1VUI .11 111! IIIS.IIll III 1,111111
lie off i rs his vole; nnd on the into of such person
being rrciivril.lt rli.HI be the duty of tho t union
onuers lo vvillu or stamp on such iciilllcalc Iho
word "viilcd," with Hie (In, Iik nth uml cur; and If
nny (Pel loii onicer or onieers shall ricilve n second
vote on tho same day, hj vlrtuo of. I ho same lerllll-
,ite. exceritlmr vvheiu sons nro ( ntltleit to toie. I,e.
alise ot tlio liatliralt7atl( n of their fnthere. thi-v noil
No person shall bu permitted to votn whose nntno
Wukiinvs, by thu laws of this 'i,nii,ionv,i nllli It Is
made Iheduti of thu i-luillf or even fouuty to give
notice of tne general Kit Hon, by pub-Jeutlon in ouo
or inoi-o newspapers hi tho loiinly, nt lenst twenty
d.ljH lafoio tho eiccllon, and Iu i nuim-j-ato Hit-rctu
thu oltlctrs to he elected, uml In design Ho thu place
at whhh thu i-Kctlou Is to be held,
'1 lien lore, I, v s. I uiuwiild, High s nerllf of Co
lumbia luuut, do hereby mako l.iHiwii i, ml proclaim
to thu iiunlllli (I electors of Columbia c. inly lhat a
general election will be Iield un 'I l'l-.Si")AV, THE
Sl-.VKNTH OF NOVllMlll'lt, isfil (being Ihu Tues
day ue.t following Iho Ills t Monday of bulil mouth,)
at tho several districts wllhlu tho ioiiiit, .'u wit;
Heaver township, ut tho publio house of Thos. J.
lleiilon township, nt Iho public nouso or lllram
Hess, In tho town ut lieutoii.
l..isi lilouiu, ul tho court House, In blooms hurg.
Hi si lilouiu, id thu Court House, In ltliHimshurg.
Horuugh cf Hcrwlck, at tho btoio of Juhn il lAuall,
In tho iH.iougn of Ilervvlck",
Horuugh of OcntrallJ.ut tho publio houso o.' Wil
llrhm-iri-k township, lit tho public bchool houso
Cut iwlssa lovviiKhlp, nt tho public housu of Suioucl
Kostetibuuder, hi thu town of Culuwlssit.
Centiu luvvnshlp, at thu bchool houso near Lafuy-ettuCiea-sy's.
North Conyngham District, ut tho school housu
liuar tho colliery ot John Anil. -i son x Co.
South (on.Migliani Dl.sti iu.ut thu houso of ThomiJ!
Kllker, lately UxuU hyuvotu of tho illlcns of that
I-lshhigcrcel; tovvnshlii, ut tho school houso near
C. II. While's.
Franklin township, at thu 1 Jivvrenco school houso.
(ireeiiwooU township, ut tho housu of Joseph It.
Hemlock township, at Iho publio houso of -C'luis. II.
Hlcttcrlch, Hi tho tuivn ot Huck lloiu.
Jackson township, ut tho housu of Hieklil Colt-.
Locust towushln, ul thu public ii'juso or iianlol
Mmiln township, nt tho public hous(i ot Aaron
llutis. Hi Iho town of Mlfllliivlllv.
MuJlson township, utthu publta school h ouso In
Mt. I'loasant townshlii, at tlm houso of II, V.
iloi.luur township, at tlio publio houso of V, 11,
Main luvvnshlp, ut tbo public houbo of JcremUU IS,
I'liurtngciock townsUli), ut tho houso formerly oc
cupied by Oeo. W, HicUUicli,
oriinuu tuwiishlp, ut tho publio Khool h 9tio In
I'luo luwnslilp, nt too centiu school llouno. liiUly
llxod h.t u vuUi of tlio cltlicns of Bald low uslilp.
Hugrlout un, nsbjp, ut Uie hoiue of Allnus .olv.
S(sjlttuwushi, tttlho ruhllu hoilkoot Win. l'eltlt,
At wbli-h tlu.o uml i-lru-oH Iho (itullilod i-lM-tors
will I'lu't by Iwilig. thu tullimlng suluuial County
T) I AXK MWis.wllli nrwlllul ."leinii'loj
) toriiiw);.t ibuCoiUKsuoUtv '
Is not contained ill tl.e list of taxable lnli.iblt.nitN
fund-In d b.v the ( oinmlsslom rs, unless, ltrsl, ho
pnluces n Hi i Ipt for the payment wllhlu twyycai-s
of iisiuleor loiuilv tax iisiseit ngKcnhly totln
Constitution nnd LHmuihrm lorv evidence cither ou
1,1s t-nth or uiririi.atloii or the oath or i.rilrinntlon of
ciner, mat ue mis ii.nu sucn a i.ix.orcu lauure to
produce a risclpt lutll make oath to tho p.iiiieut
thereof. Si ootid, If li.'-el.diti tho light to vote by be
lnguii elector btlween tlio nge cf twinty-die nnd
twciilv-twiiyeutH, he shall depose oiioathoi'iilllrina
tlon tlial he has resided In llils State at least one
vear next before his application, and make such
proof (f resilience ui me ill-Old ns is requited by
lids ncr. nnd that he does veilly believe from thu ac
count given blln, that he is or nge nroiis.iKI, una
such olhi rcvldi in i' us l-iiequlied bj thla nit; iv hi ro
upun the numo of ihu person Ihus odmlttid tovi.lu
snail oe lusei ii ii in uio iiipii.iiii iieiu iim o- mo in-soeetoi-s.
and a nolo made opposite! theielo bvvvill,
lug the word "t.iv,"lf ho snail le admitted tovotu
Iij leasonof having paldtax; orlho woul "uge" by
lie shall le adiiiliied to vote by lousou or such uge
whlih shall be (ailed out to tho eleiks, uhu shall
mako thu nsu notes on mo lisi oi voters I.cpl nj
In nil cases whero the nameor the ncr.-'on chilmln
tu vote Is not fciindon the ll-t fur l-hc-il by Hie coin
lnl-slom I'sniid ussessor.or Ids ilchilo vole, whethei
found tlieieon or not, Is obj.-i-led to tiy anv itualllled
( illen, ll sunn oe uio ion ii me nispeciors inex
iiinliio such rei'son on ealha.s lo Ids oualllleutlous.
and If he e-l.ilms to havo ri skied w itlilu the stntn ror
oiiojcar er un re Ids oath shall bo sum. hut roof
thereof, hut he shall liltiti'l lo( I lij nt Ii-asl i lie eoin
I d, nl whness, who shall be ll ipialllied i hclor, that
lie hasii-shU'iI In the ill-til. I two month next Hn
iiiedlati ly pi eroding sit'h ihclton.-nml slmll ulso
himself Hvvcnr Unit hh buna lido resldi-nee, lis puisu
uiieo of Ids lawful calling. Is Iu sat I ilMih t, nml that
liudiii nor icni' ve iniu saiu oiiiiai icr liic puiposo
of votlli''- theretll.
Every person (lualliled as uforesalil, and who shall
mako duo proof, If n-qulrcd, of tho icslitt-tiio nml
pavinentof taxes us r.furesntd, shall be mJmlltcd to
VOIOIU IHU lUXHSIlip, WlllU Of UIS1UCI HI WHICH llU
If r.n person shall i-revent or ntlempt lo prevent
nnyoniccriif unj election under this net nom hold
ing suth eh ctton, or use or thieati n nny v tolcncu lo
uiiy sue ii onu 1 1 1 oi r-iiiui H.H.-I1 upi or inqirois'iiy ui-
torfeio witn mm iu mo cxecuiion ot his duty, or
suau mock up me vviimuvv or nveniie lo unj window
where the same may bo holding, or slmll ilolously
disl mh tho peace ut such ehcllon. or shall use not
Iniinil.lallng thieiils, fuiio or violence, with eloshrn
to Inlliience uudulv or overawe nuy eh-cior, or lo
prevent blm Iroin v otlng, or to lesiraln the ficcdemi
Iu choice, such icrson, on coiiildlon, shall bo lined
or any sum not exceeding live huudieil ilulluis, uml
luipiKmed for nnj lime', not less lhan tlneo nor
more than twilve months, nnd If It shall l.o shown
1. 1 e oui i, w iii-ii me ii i.u iu sucii oiieni o snail be Had,
lhat the person so onioning was not a resident of
tho city, wind, dlsl 1 1( t or luvvii- hip vv hero the olfencu
wan e-ouiii.ltte-d. ami not enlltled to vote tlieiein.
then on conviction ho shall In) sentenced to pa) a lino
oi inn, i mi 111.1U ouo iiiiuuii-u our loe-io (nail uuo
thousand dollars, and he lmpilsoned not less than
six muiiins iiov moro iiiuu iwoyeais.
ir uny iierson, hoi oy law .piaiuu-ii, suau fraunu-
lmtly tutu at any elcttlon of Oils Coiumonweallh,
or being olherwiso qualltlcd shall vote out of 1.1-
pioperiusiiiii, or u uny person knowing Ihovvnnt
of uiieli iiuulllleulloii, shall uld or nmcuio such
sun to vole, Ihu person ollciidlug slmll on cciivhlloii
bu lined Hi uny sum not executing two hundred dol
lars, and bu Iiupilsuiied In uuy term m.i exceeding
If any ono shall tolu at more than emu election
dlstllct, or otherwise fraudulently voto moiu than
unci! on the sjino day, or shall fruuduleiitly fold uml
deliver lo tho llisncclcr twu tickets together with
the Intent Illegally to vote, or who shall piocuru
mint her lodoso. huor thi'V olfemllULr shall, on eon.
vleliem, bu lined lu uuy sum not less than nrtyinir
lliuio. i nun ii." iniiiiiiiu iiumiLs, uuii ou liupi isoueei
fur a term not hus ttan thrcu nor moio thiiii twelve
II uuy iie.rson not (lualliled to voto In this Common-tvi-ul
lh ugl e oubly to law (except thu sons of qualified
tltuens,) sliiUI uppeiir ut nny place) of election for thu
puriHiso oi iuiiu( uciug mu i iiieni! iiuaur.eu lo votCi
lio shall on coin Id Inn toilclt nnd nuv it sum not in.
ceedlug onu huuetrcd iIoIUi-h tor every such orreniu
uud bu liuju lMn.cd for a term not cxciodlng three
Till: RKGISTRY LWY.
I also givo ofllclal notlco to the electors of Colum
bia county that by un uct, enlltled "An Act further
supplemental to tho net rcLulvo to tho elections or
this Coininonvvcaltli," upproitd April 7th, A. V. ls;,
11 Is iirovlded as follows :
suction ti. After tlio assessments havo been com-pK-letl
ou Iho slity-ltrstday be-turn tho Tuesday next
following thu llrst Monday of November Hi cadi
year, thu nuwsor shall, on tho following day, umku
u return to tho county i-oinuiLshluneiii ur Iho names
of ail ih-i sons asseMted by him hliao tho return ro
eiuh ed to Is; mado by him by the ilrst section of this
act, noting eipposltei cuco namo thu obs-irvutloin ami
explanations leitulred tu bu noted as uforesalil ; uml
tho county commissioners shall Ihere-ui on cuuso thu
snmu lu be added to Ihu it-turn required by tho Ural
ncctlon of thl (act. inula full nnd col p ctcopy there
of lu Ui linl'lt) containing the imiilcsiit nil pennons un
i cturni d us lesldent taxuhles lu bald e lo. Unn dl .tl Id,
and fin iil-h the same, togci her tvllh the nuienmiry
i h-etloii 1 kinks, tn in,, olm ci suf the I'li itli.n In hui-Ii
i-leetl.iil Ulktil. t en or hel ore ueveu o'clock ou thu
inuruluy of tho cl l,m i uml nu man shall heor
uUltod In votu at the (.lscllun on thai day whoso
name Is not on s,d,l IIM, uiilrss ho shall m iku proof
of his right to v(.lo as heruluiiricr ri uuli ed.
Suction lu, ou the duy ot election uny person
whoso name shall not uppcur ou Iho registry cf
t otera. and w ho claims ihu right to vote at said elec
tlon, shall produce ut least one qualliUsl voterof Iho
itbtrlcl as a wtiuciid i0 thu ruJik-uco vt tho e lshnaut
Person wlio shall offer such s, com) tote, slmll lu.
guilty of a misdemeanor, nml on conviction then of
shall lio lined or lmpiLsoiied, or both, ul tho discre
tion of Ihecotiit; hut tho lino shall not exceed Ilvo
htiiidiedelollainlii each cose, nor tho liiipilsonmeiit
one j ear. 'iho llko puidshmeiit shall I o Hilllclcd, on
(iiiivicuou, en u.o omisrsoi eiccllon wno shall neg
lect t,r lefllso lo lilllke. or cause to bo l.llnle. ll.o en.
dornmenl lequlicd as nfjictuld oiisuld liattualUa-
SKOIioi tl. It nny election officer shall l-rfnsn op
neglect to inquire such proof of the right ot suiriagu
usispM scribed by llils law, or HioIuvvm to which this
is a siippicmciu, irom uny person oifciing lo voto
wliosoiiaiiKiUnotun tlio list of assessed voters, or
whoso light to vutu Is challenged by nny quullllcil
toler piesent, nud shall admit such person to volo
without rcquliliigbtieh piuof, every pe rson so olfcnel
Ing shnll, upon cuiivlctloii, bo guilty ot a misde
meanor, mid shall bu sentenced, for every Mich or
lcnec. lu pay ii llnu not exeeedhig llvo bundled dol
Inrs, or to undergo nn Imprisonment not moiu than
one tear, or both, ut thu eikscietlon ot tho com t.
shoiiiiN i. I ne respeeiivu asscHsoi-s, lnspeetoiannil
Judges of the elections shall each liavu thu power tu
administer oaths to uny i ennui claiming Ihu light to
be assessed or the light of siilliuge, or In riganl lo
any other matter or thing lequlicd to bo dunu or In
quliid liilo by nny ot said ollieeis under this net;
and any wilful false swearing by any peison lu lela.
noun) any innuer or iiung s-onccriiliig which they
shall be law full) liiteriognled by nny of saldurtieers
or overseers sluill n punished as perjury.
SmiONls. ihu ns.ses.surs shall each lecclvo thu
samo compciisulluu for tho ttmu neeessarlly spent In
-uoi nulls i"u (luueaiieieoj eiljuiueu, as IS p 01 tiled
jy law to assessors makliu.' vnlinillons. to b,. unlit i.v
I 1,1. ,-lklll.l V l-l.t..t..lsll.l,l rj u to .ll.i.n in....... ...... (r
shall not he lawful for uuy iioscssor to ussess u tax
against any person whatever wltliln slxty-otiu elajs
next preeeuing me iuiiiil.il i-iecllon lu Novtinbcr;
any tlolatlon ot this provision shall bo a misdemean
or, and subject Iho uniccr so otTciiillng to u line, em
convtelljii, not exceeding one bundled dollars, or lo
linpii-oiiuieiii noi exce-cuiug uireu moiiths, or both,
at iho disci ctloii of tho court.
skction I. on thu petition of Ilvo or inoro clttens
ot unj cleeiluii dlslilet, setting forth that the pu
polutmcnl of overseers Is a reasonable pieeaulhiii In
ncuro thu puilty and fnlniess of thu election In said
uisiiici, ii snail uu me uuiy oi mu coin tot cc-uuuou
pitas of tho piopcr county, nil tho law Judges ot tho
said cum t able lonct alihetlmu coiieuiriiig, toun-
poliil two jiKlldous, sober nnd lnlelllgent:i illens uf
iliuBiil.lillsUlcthelDi.ghig to dlllereiit political par
ties, uversceis of election tu sutiel visa tho him t-
Ingsol election oltlcers thereof, and to mako icport,
of the same a they may bu required by such court.
i-iiin (i-.crsecii Minn ou js-rsons (Uitie(l lo SCitu
upon eicelleu IhiiiiiIs and shall hnvu Ihu light to bo
picsciit Willi tlio olllceisof such eiccllon iluilnglhi!
wl-.olu llmu the same Is held, the tutus counted, and
thu ret ui ns made out and signed by tho election eilll
ceis; lokeep a list of voters, If they seo proper; to
challenge any peison oiierlng tu tule, ami inierro
gulu hliu innl his w Itnesses under uath, In regaiel to
hlsiiglit of suirrugu at said eleetlon, and to exnmlno
his pais-is produced; innl tlm otllcers ot said i lec
llun me leqiihi d loalfoidlusalilovcrse crs, sn select
ed ami nppolnlcil eve ry e-uiiventeiicu and facility for
the dlschuige of tlielr duties; nnd It tald chctlon
ollioers sqnll relusu to iiciinlt said oictsecrs to bu
pu-si nt, mid peifoim their duties us ntoicsald. such
onii-er or ollicers shall hu guilty of a misdemeanor,
and on ee.nvldlon thereof shall be lined not exeeed
hig one thousand dollars, or Imprisonment not ex-(e-edhig
ono ie-iir, or both, In the dlMietlnn cf tho
(oui t ; or If thu ove-i seers shall bo dilvcii nuuy Horn
the polls by violence or Intimidation, all the voles
polled In such eleetlon dlstllct may hu lejeded by
Hie proper 1 1 Ibunal li ving u contest under i nld elec
Hun. or a pal I or poitfon ot such voles ufoiesaldiiiay
he (oiiiileel, ns such tribunal may deem luie iKiiy to
n Just and pi ope r disposition of tnu ease,
skc-ikin hi, .tnyasM'ssor, eleetlon nine er or person
nppi'lnlid m an uversce r. who shall ne-gh cl or iditsu
lo leiform nny duly enjoined by this act, without
leusonublu or legal i-ause-, shall hu subjed tun pen
ally of uuo liuinlieil dolhirs; and If any ussc-sor
shall knowingly nsse-s any iierson us a toler who Is
not qiialllled, or shall wlllully ufiisu to assess any
one who Is qiialllled, he shall bu guilty of a IiiImIl
mcaiior lu ollie-e, and on conviction bo punished by a
line not exceeding ono thou-uiul dolliiis, or liupils
oninenl not excee-dlng tvvoyeuis, or both, ut Ihu dls
creilon of tho com I, uml also busiibjeet tnunaetlon
for (l.im-iges by tho party oggi leved : and If any i ur
son stiull rraiKiiilcntly alter, mid lu.ilcfncu or itistioy
any list of toleis maduout as (Ihecled In llils eel,
or ti-iir down or lemovu the same irom iho phicu
wheie It has Ik en fixed, with fraudulent or mlstlilcv
ous Intent, or for i-ny ImproiK-r purpose, thuiKison
tut trending shall bu guilty of u uilsileiiieanor, unit
on e out Ict Ion shall I punished by u lino not excoees.
Hig II .o hiimlri (I dollais, or Imprisonment not exece el
Ing ivvu .veniv, or belli, at the dl-cietloiiof Ihu court;
innl It any puson sliall, by vloleneo or Intluddalloii,
dilve, or attempt to tlrlvu Irom tho polls, nny i erson
or peisensui pointed by thu louit lu net lis ovi Itecis
ot an election, or In uiiv way wilfully pntelit suht
oveiseers from peiiormlng thu duth s ciijoliu d upon
I hem by llils ml, biidi ierbou shall hu gullly of n
mUsilemeaiior, uml upon cemvli Hon theieof shall bo
puiihlied by aline not exceeding ono lliousiiiid dol-
I, n s, or hi luipil-onmem not etcee ding two veins, or
both, iitthodlscictlonof tho cum t. Anj peison who
shall, on thu day ot uny e-leetluu, vl-lt u polling plaio
lu uny eleetlon district ut which hu is not e id Filed to
vote, and shall u e uny liilliuliljticn or vloliiuu for
the jmiposn of picventlug any olilcir of ilccihm
liomisiformli.giho duties require el of hliu hi law,
or ferlhe purpose of Picieiilhig any (iiiulllled voter
of such dlslilet exciihlug hlsiighl tutote, i r Uoin
exere-Miig his right to challenge un l erson ollcrlng
tu vole, such i cison shall bo deemed gtiiltv- of a mis
demeanor, and upon coiivlciloii theieotbhall I e pun-l-heirbya
hno not exccedliig cnu thousand (lollai-s,
or by luq i Isonmeiit nut excci ding two fans, or both,
at Ihu eliseielloii of tho court. Any eleik, overseer
ore lei tlon onit-.-r, whosliall dl-closuhow uny elecloi
thai! have; voted, unless icqulied lo do soiisawHl.
nenb in il Judicial proceeding, shaq bo gullly of h mls
(Idiicniior, nud Hpem coiiticllon Ihere-of slmll be puii-liiie-dhv
u hue not exceeding ono thousand dollars,
or by iiipiispiiiueiit not exceeding twu jeurs, or
both, In tbo iliscrellou of Uio court.
liiobedleiicu to ihu require ment of Iho Oovornor
of I nj e omiiionweulth of I'oimsjlvunlu, I hereby
jiubllsh the l-lfteenlli Amendnie-iii of ttiu Coiislltu
tlon of too l nitcd states, thu Act of Umgu-ss en
forcing Iho same, and thu Ait of Assembly icl.illvo
,. !.,",t,i'!',.u 'Vnon,J'v,lfnt of tl,u Constitution ot
the I lilted states I'lnsrolluivs:
"SmiuN i, iho right of citizens of tho lidteil
Mutes In vole sliall not Im ilenled or ul.i hlgeel by tho
I lilted stati-s, or by any state, on ne count of race,
color, ur pluvious cundlilon of servitude."
"S1.C110N4. ihocongiess sliallh.ivu povvcrtoen
forco this article by upproprhilo legislation."
An Act to enfoii-o thu right of Utleus uf Iho unit
ed Mutes b Voto lu thu several states ol Ihlslnlim
ami for other (.in puses:
"SECTION 1. IK IT KNACTKl 11V Till! SCNtTI! ANII
IIOUt'K OH lai'llkSl.NTAlllilS OF 111K llNllfil STAT ISO!'
AMEUICt IN COXUKUSS AssEMM.Kli, Tllllt 111) Cll ll IIS of
Iho I'lilted states, who are, or'shall i! , f., hei'vUsu
(lualliled by law to V utc at atiy eiccllon by Ihu people'
Hi ni.y stale, Teiiltoiy, dlstllct, county, elty, piii sli
towiishlp, bchool ellsti let, iiiunlclpaniy, or other lei'i
iltorlal sulwllvislun, shall be entitled und ulluw eel to
volo at all such eleeiloiis, without dlsllndlun ut luee
color, or previous euudlllon of servitude: any con!
slltutton, lavv, custom, usage, or regulation i.f uny
siutuor Ti rrlle.ry. or by, or under Its uuihuiltv tei
the cuntrury notwithstanding." "iiuiiiy, iu
smioNii. Aniihe iTHiniitu rnnmn, That If bv
or under thu authorliy ot tho Const lluitoii or lawsiif
uny siulu, or tho laws of any Territory, nny act Is or
bluUl bo required lo bo donoas a prcrcquwtu or mial.
Hti atloii fur voting, und by such Constlltuioii or law'
pel-sons or olllu-i-s who shall lio chargoit tilth tin!
lierloiniunco ol duties Hi furnishing to cllUciis iiii
opportunllylo jierform such lueicqulsiie, or lubo
homo quullllcil lu tote, It shall hu tho duly cf everv
V,"S',' ''.LIJ."U. '"id onicertoelvo to nil cltlAisof Iho
I'nlted Slates, thu sumo and equal oppoitimltv in
j e i form Kuch pi ci equl Jte, and lo becoiliu nujllin , il u
toto without Ulstluutou of i-aec, color, or inetloiis
condition of M-ivltudc; and It uiiy.sueh p -rson or
ollleer shall relusu or knowingly umlt to L-ivo fi ll
t-lfe ct tu this sccllpu, ho bhull, for uvery such onci c
forfclt und pay tho bum ot tin hundred dollars to
tho person uggiioved thereby, lo bu retorcrcil by an
action on thu cuse, tilth lull oastsaiiUbueiiulluvvaneii
fur eiouusti fees as tho court shall deem lust, uiul
bhall also, for every such utTcuco bo dceiocef uuiltv of
a uilnlemeauor, nnd shall on conviction thereof 'ho
llneil not lesH than nvu huudred elollars. or bo iia.
piUonod nol less than ono intuitu, und not moiu than
ono j car, or lioth. at tho Uh.cn lion of tho court "
II. is1t,,isWHrn!ea?,,i,1'0 M rdUtl tu
"SkcTioN li). i hut so much ot every net of Askein.
bly us pi ov Ides lhat only tvhllo fieemeii s mil I i Si
llhd tu tutu or Is) icglsu-iedas toU-rs, or as chli w
ug lu veto ut uny general or special eleetlon of a li
Coininoiiweulth,l,o nml the snimiis i rel,y repi uled.
iiiiel Hint heieiiller Unit nil freemen, without llstiiic!
Ion of color shall bo e nrolled uml icglstcied i ccord.
ng lo the proi slon of Ihu Hist soe-Hen o lh iei mw
..mid lh,, ma ,i,,y 0t Api 11, iseivi, i-ntltled "An Aet
irl l r suprlemeiitul lo tlie net lelallng tu the" lee.
,,.',','"n","",l""1,ul"1'vt"""'""11 wl'iii otherivlso
U t ulltled under oxtstliig l.nvs. tw enlltlul to vote i t
tveiidh""r lKcl'"h I" IMs Cciumou-
iV'ii.1! "'"'riny linml, nt mv onico.ln HloomtbiirL.
ihiltluiut . f K" ten.ber.lnlho jearof ourlxirdoiio
the usn ml eight himdied und sevciity-Uve.nnd lu the,
onu hundreih jiurot the ludcpcndeiicoi.! ihu 1'iut.
islbtules. I'lIAH, h I'lilis w.vi.ii.
liloomsbu,,;, J'a.,lMrV..rW4 Com"'