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Two inches, 6 25 0 00 lb 00
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Adminis t iators' and Executors' Notices, 6 times, 50
Auditors' Notices, 4 timea 2 00
EAtray, or other short Notice, 1 60
Adcoitisements not marked with the number of inser
tions desired, will belcontloned till forbid and charged no•
eording to these terms.
Local or Special Notices, 'lO crate a line for du& In.
sertion. By the year at a reduced rate.
Our, prices for the printing of Blanks, Handbills, etc.
aro reasonably low.
Vroftssionali Nusintess garbs.
TDE BURKHART, M. D., Physi
• clan and Surgeon, has located in linntingdon, and
*adders his services to this and neighboring community
Moo on Railroad street, near tho Depot. te2bsmo
DR. A. B: BRUMBAUGH,
Having permanently located at Huntingdon, otters
Lis professional services to the community.
Office, the same as that lately occupied by Dr. Loden
11111 street. ' 5p10,1466
TIM JOHN bIeCULLOCH, offers big
professional services to the citizens of Huntingdon
,and vicinity. Office on Mil street, one door east of Heed's
Drug store. Aug. 26,'56.
DE INT T ST, "18,"
< < >.
ilaiternoved to the 'hick Row oppoette the Court House
April 18; 1869.
l, ;J:GREENE, ....
Moe 'remoTod to Leister's NIT Building,
Dill otreet: Duntingdon.
A • P. W. JOHNSTON,
SURVEYOR d INSURANCE AGENT,
Orlke on Smith street
T. A. POLLOCK,
.6VA' TEYOR &REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Will attend to Surveying in all Its branches, and will
buy and lien Real Estate to any part of the United State..
Bend for circular. • dec244(
A C. CLARKE, AGENT,
• Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds of
trgTlag t irODal r gOD
• lIIINTIMIDON, PA.
Apposite the Franklin Ilatut, in the Diamond.
, Cbitithy grade supplied. apl7'6B
SYLV &NUS BLAIR,
"ATTORNEY AT LA TV,
-Office on 11111 greet, three doors weat of Smith. mys'69
r.B. O. LAXITAGZ.
SIMPSON & ARMITAGE,
• tTORIVIE YS AT LAW,
orkicF;N BRICK ROW orrosus run COURT ROM.
Jan. 27, ISGS-43m.
GEENC 17 FOR COLLECTING
SOLDIERS' CLAIMS, BOUNTY, BACK PAY AND
All who May bavo any clahne against the Government
for Bounty, Back Pay and Penelons, can hare their claims
promptly nollented by applying either in pereon or by let
W. 11. WOODS,
ATTORNEY AT LA D
SAMUEL T. 1M0W27,
The mimeof this firm has been chang
ed from SCOTT k BROWN, to
`,'SCOTT, BROWN & BAILEY,
under which name they will hereafter conduct their
.4.I7OILNEPS.AT LAW, 117L1TE1GDON, PA.
PENSIONS, and all claims of soldiers and soldiers' heir.
-agaiast the Government, will be promptly prosecuted.
May 17, 1165-tf.
N p cOLLECTIory opt'P' 0„
- K. ALLEN LOVELL,
- District Attorney of Huntingdon County,
OFFICE—In the room lately occupied by R. M. Speer.
P. M. Lytle & Milton S. Lytle,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Have feinted a yartnerehip under the name and firm
P. Di. & M. S. LYTLE,
And have removed to the °Mee on the south side of
11111 street, fourth door west of Smith.
They will attend" promptly to all Mode of legal beet
tees entrusted to their care, ap7-tf.
t`l l- 1 -- =
JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
'PE "GLOBE JOB OFFICE"
the moat complete of any is the country, and pole
Rouen the moat ample facilities for promptly executing ja
the but style, every variety of Job Printing, pinch ap
„: . ; BILL READS,„
LABELS, &C., &.,C,, &C
~ • CALL AN?) ,LXAMIZIE OPFCIMENO OF WORK,
,LEWIS' ROOF, .STATIONERY & MUSIC STORE
W. It WOODS,
f . 01114 RARE.
JOHN BARE 6, CO.,
313. - .1: 34.1E_ 4&. 5 ,
Solicit accounts from Banks, Bankers and others. A
liberal Interest allontsl oh time Deposits. All kinds of
Securities, ,bought and sold fop the usual commission.—
' Collections made on nil potpie. Drafts on all parts of
pirope supplied at the usual rates.
Persons depositing hold and Eillver will receive the
fa' same'return With Interest. The partners aro indivith
Ips,!1" lApp for all nfo.fl4:. • • ii.22,1868-tr
AP and Joint Shingles for sale by
mclal-tf 1N Itlt k CO.
. 1 00
WM. LEWIS, HUGH LINDSAY, Publishers.
The Tourist or Grant Hat
tirxm>ut (DT RMgilon
CORNER OF THE DIAMOND,
FASHIONABLE 00033 S
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR.
GEO. F. MARSH,
Hoe removed to the second door In Road's New Build
ing, %bore he intends to keep constantly on band the
latest styles of
AMERICAN, =GLIM AND TRRNCLI
CLOTHS, OASSIMERES, AND VESTINOS.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND VI:STINGS.
CLOTHS, CASSIbIERES, AND TESTINGS.
Being a practical uorkman of many years experience
he is prepared to make to order Clothing for men and
boys, and guarantee neat, durable and fashionable work
air All are Invited to call bud examine my new
stock of beautiful patterns before purchasing elsewhere
GEO. F MARSII.
Huntingdon, Mch. 9
WM. B. ZEIGLER,
Punishing, Fa icy,
Alpacas, Poplins, Plaids, DeLaines, Lawns, Ginghams,
Prints, flue Cambric., Muslin., Denims, fuse .1-luen,
P.cquaa. India Twills, Ac.
A largo asortment of
Ladies' Fashionable Dress Trimmings,
Silk Fringes, Buttons. Bugles, Velvet Ribbons, etc.
Furnishing Goods, Stockings, Moreno, Cotton, Wool, Ac
4 01 - 18=8 , i78:EVEL,
Rid of all colors, Silk, Thread, Cotton, Ac., of all sins,
and latest styles, Under garments of all kinds, for La
dies, Gents and Children.
Table Linen, tlusline, Napkins. Doylies, Ac. Sheeting
and Shirting, Brown and Bleached, from 8 mats up.
A large stock of the, 'Meet styles. A largo stock of
Notions, Zephyrs, Yarns, Ac. All cheaper than the
Ore—Room, opposite the First National Bank, Slanting.
n d th e a t t„ T i i , F, e n on e n t
t t i v o o . ul
withd T h e .
isr p T e A c N t i f i u s I n l
they have Just opened a splendid assortment of
°tumbling la part of '
FRENCH CALF SKIN,
To g ether with a g osieral assortment of
E'oltlll.llr 114 ° two roo d rs ex w a t m w I n o e f ° l r e 81'74byte
The higheat price paid for lIIDEB and BARK.
0.11. MILLER & SON.
Huntingdon, Oct. 23,1668
NEW LEATHER HOUSE.
PRE FIRM or LEAS &
have leased the large five story Leather Hones,
from James Naulty.
NO. 432, NORTII TIIIRD STRUT, PHILADELNIIA,
And Intend doing a llido nud Leather Commission Bust.
. . .
Their sons D. P. LEAS, and T. E. McVITTY, are there
and authorized to carry on the business for them—a
they are young men of good moral character, and fin ,
lltunnesa qualtficatlons. They solicit the patronage o
their brother Tanners ia the county and elsewhere
w. n. LEAs,
B. )41.1.3 . 0:1 epETR,
Amythey 6tiii will continue to keep a good arrortment
of kpailishAnd Slaughter Solo Leather ou haude, at their
Tannery, near Three Spring., Huntingdon County, Pa.
untr3.t.f. s " LEAS & MoVITTY.
\V H. lOSENSTEEL & SON,
XANUrfCTURERS OP A SUPERIOR
Oak Slaughter Sole and BOON
600 Bushel. Plaaterer's Hair, for Sale.
NIX/N.S . AND DARN. - efa
W. U. ILOSF.NrTEEL &Sl*,
Mapleton Meal, lituntlngSoc County, Penne.
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BOURBON'S & JOUVIN'S
Ladies and Gentlemen's Sizes,
HUNTINGDON, PA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1869.
NEW STORE IN HUNTINGDON.
JAMES A. BROWN has just opened
ou tho second floor of his brick building, where buyers
will find one of the largest nod best assortments of
VENITIAN and SCOTCH HEMP
Also, COCOA and CANTON MAT
TINOS, and FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
. Ever offered in central Pennsylvania.
It is well known that a merchant who deals entirety in
one /Me of pods buy ing largely from manufactmera is
enabled to giro hie customers advantogeS in prices and
assortment (in that line of goods) that aro not to be Maud
In stores professing to do all kinds of business.
I shall aim therefore to make it the entered of all in
waist of the above goods, to buy at the regular Carpet
and Oil Cloth Store.
mnealele can buy of me by the roll at nholorala
THE ETNA STILL AHEAD.
IT has been tried and has never failed
to give setisfactid% to the purchaser. Formats will
find it to their advantage to call on the subscriber dur
ing the April court and examine the above machine. It
will be on exhibition ut the Coutt nouns to auutingdon
during the two weeks of court.
It is a combined Machine; can be changed from a
Mower to a Steeper in a few moments; can ho worked
with a slow team, it being higher goosed than other ma.
chines and the draft being reduced to the lowest attaina
ble point. Waiting and Mowing with the -Etna is no
harder on the team than plowing oats and stubble. It is
believed by alt who have tried it that it is the madtine
best adopted to rho wants of the farmers in this county.
It has no side draft and no weight oa the horses' necks.
Wu will also hove ono of the Wood Iteapeis and Mow
ers on the mound at the same time. Fanners intending
to purchase machines this season will do well to examine,
the above machines before purchasing elsewhere. At
you want Is to examine the .cEtna to rumble you to maks
up your mind what machine to buy. I am the author
ized agent of Messrs. Wharton & Maguire for the above
machines, also for the Willoughby Gum spring Drill.
I will also have ono of the famous Harpoon Hay-finks
on hand, which every farmer should examine whether
he needs a fork or not. Every farmer should have one.
They are the best in the market. No former that tries
one could ho induced to purchase nay other ;kind. I
have thee:elusive right of this county. Wharton lc Ma
guireare my agents tot the sale of the above Hay-Folk.
Auy other person selling the above Fork in Huntingdon
county will be dealt with ascot ding to law in such cases.
Don't forget where to call. At Wharton 4 Maguire's, or
at the Court House duringcourt a eek.
TIIO3IAS W. MONTGOMERY,
Metre Mills, Hunt. co., Pa.
West Huntingdon Foundry.
JAMES SIM PSON
PLOWS THRESHING MACHINES,
FARM DELLS, SLED AND SLEIGH SOLES,
VAGON_BOX,ES, IRON KETTLES,
For Furnaces, Forges, 0 list and limy Mille, Munoz . les
tattl isrtckym de,
AND JOB WORK. IN GENERAL.
ARCHITECTURAL & ORNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT.
Iron Porticos and Verandahs,
Balconies,Columns and Drop Ornament for wOrdeu
porticos an verandahs,
Window Lintels and Sills,
Cast Ornamonts fur wooden lintels,
Cellar Window Guntrie all vises,
Chimney Tope and Slues,
Sash Weights, Carpet Strips
Registers, Heaters, Coal Orates,
Vault Castings for coal and wood collars,
Arbors, Tree-boxes, Lampposts. Ilitchingtposts,
Iron Railing for portico; verandahs, balconies, flower
Yard and Cemetery Fences, etc.
Follicular ailentienpaid to fencing Cemetery Lots.
Address JAMES SIMPSON,
5e23,68 lluntiugdon, Pa.
BLAKE & McNEIL,
[Successors to J. M. CUNNINGHAM & SON,]
Iron and Brass Founders,
IRON and BRASS CASTINGS made in a first class
Foundry. We have always on hand all
r kinds of Plow and Stove Castings, Wash
RAW, Kettles, Cellardvindows, Grates, Coal hole
Castings for pavements Window weights
[l:=alt ' ,
el sizes and weights, Pipojoints, Sled
mid Sleigh soles, Wagon boxes, Machine Castings, for
steam and water, grist, saw, sumac and plaster mills of
HEATERS AND IRON FENOES,
of the most improved style, oven doors and flames, door
sills, and in fact ever) thing made in this line.
We have a larger stock of patterns, and can furnish cas
tings at short notice, and cheaper than they can be had
in the country. Having a good drill, we are prepared to
do drilling and fitting up of all liimis.
Office in Limiters' Now Building, Hill street, Slanting.
klub- 17, 1819.
NOTICE TO ALL.
HILL STREET MARKET,
Opposite Leister's Building.
DO G. MORRISON respectfully te
xt,* forms the citizens of Huntingdon and vicinity
that no continues the moat ruaiket business in nil Ito va
lions branches, and will keep constantly on hand
Fresh Beef, Pork, Pudding and Sausage, salt
Beef and Pork, Canned Fruitand Vegetables,
Spices of all kinds, Catsups uud Sauces, Teas,
Soaps, Cheese, Salt Lard, 3c, Lc.,
All of which be will continue to sell at rcasonablo prices
Tho highest prices paid for bides and tallow. Thomas
Colder, at Alexandria, nod March & Bro., at Cabo Buis,
are my agents to purchase at their places.
Thankful for past patronage, I solicit a continuance of
the same. B. G. .1101111ISON.
Huntingdon, Ap. 14, 1869.
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID
G. B. ARMITAGE,
_ HUNTINGDON, PA.
Represent the moat reliable Companies In
the Country. States as low as is tonsisteut
with reliable indemnity. sep I,'O.
pitalßepresentel over $14,000,0
Choice Groceries, Candies, Toys, &c
D. AFRICA & CO'S.
FAN'ILY GROCERY. CONFECTIONERY AND VA
'BIETY STORE, HUNTINGDON, Pet.
Our stock consists of all kinds of Groceries, Teas, Spi
ces. Canned and Dried Frans, Cider Vinegar, Common
and Fancy Soaps, of all kinds, Hair Oil, Periumory,'Sen
liniseS, Pocket Books, Lc. Coll hud examine bur-stock,
and take a ylew 61 our splendid Marble 'Soda Fpuntaln.
Don't forget the place—northeast corner of'Diatuoud.
Huntingdon, Juno 21-Iy' • D. Anti 04.'& CO.
i gK in f,?4 , BARK,
The undersigned will pay the hlgheat price for Black
Oak Bark, • delivered at Mapleton, or tiny olAt'oh the
Penusylvapfe.lyTr o ul Or Canal.
' A. H. BARMAN,
aprll IT•tf. Mapleton,
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of . the
Commonwealth of _Pennsylvania in Gen
eral Assembly met, and it is hereby enac
ted by the authority of the same, That it
shall be the duty of each of the, asses
sore within this commonwealth, on the
first Monday in Juno of each year, to
take'up the transcript he has received,
from the county commissioners under
the eighth section of the act of fifteenth
April, eighteen hundred and thirty.
four, and proceed to an immediate re
vision of the same, by striking there
from the name of every porson who is
known by him to have died or remo
ved since the lust previous assessment
from the district of which he is the 'as
sessor, or whose death or removal from
the same shall be made known to him,
and to acid to the sanie the, name of
any qualified voter' who shall be known
by him to have moved into . the
triet since the last previous assessment,,
or whose removal into the same shall
be or shall have been made known to
him, and also the names of all who
shall make claim to him to, be qualified
voters therein. As soon as this revi
sion is completed be shall visit every
dwelling house in his district and make
careful inquiry if any person whose
name is on his list has died or nine.;
ved from the district, and if so take the
same therefrom, or whether any qual
ified voter resides therein whose name
is not on his list, and if so to add the
same thereto; and in all cases where a
name is added to the list a tax shall
forthwith be assessed against the per
son ; and the assessor shall in all cases
ascertain, by inquiry, upon what
ground the person se Assessed claims
to be a voter. Upon the completion
of this work, it shall be the duty of
each assessor as aforesaid to proceed
to make out a list, in alphabetical or
der, of the white freemen, above tWen
ty-ono years of age, claiming to be
qualified voters in the ward, borough,
township or district of which he is the
assessor, and opposite each of said
names state whether said freeman is
or is not a housekeeper; and if ho is,
the number of his residence, in towns
where the same aro numbered, with
the street, alloy• or court in which sit
uated; and if in a town where there
aro no numbers, the name of the street,
alley or court- on which said house
fronts; also, the occupation of the per
son ; and where he is pot a housekeep
er, the occupation, place
. of boarding
O t Vil - rri 8 n talit
and write opposite each of said names
the word "voter ;" where any person
claims to vote by reason of naturaliza
tion, he shall exhibit his certificate
thereof to the assessor, unless he has
been for five consecutive years next
preceding a voter in said district; and
in all cases where the person has been
naturalized, the name shall be marked
with the letter "N;" where the person
has merely declared his intentions to
become a citizen and designs to be
naturalized before the next election,
the name shall be marked "D. I;"
where the claim is to vote by reason
of being between the ages of twenty
one and twenty-two, as provided by
law, the wore "age" shall be entered ;
and if the person has moved into the
election district to reside since the last
general election, the letter "R." shall
be placed opposite the name. It shall
bo the further duty of each assessor as
aforesaid, upon the completion of the
duties herein imposed, to make out a
separate list of all now assessments
made by him - and the amounts assess
ed upon each, and furnish the same
immediately to the county commis
sioners, who shall immediately add the
names to the tax duplicate of the ward,
borough, township or district in which
they have been assessed.
SEC. 2. On the list being completed
and the assessments made as afore
said, the same shall forthwith be re
turned to the county commissioners,
who shall cause duplicate copies of said
lists, with the observations and ex
planations required to be noted • as
aforesaid, to be made out as soon as
practicable and. placed in the hands of
the assessor, who shall, prior to the
first of Augest in each year, put one
copy thereof on the door of or on the
house where the election of the respec
tive district is required to be held, and
retain the other in his possession, for
the inspection, free of charge, of any
person resident in the said election
district who shall desire to see the
same; and it shall be the duty of the
said assessor to add, from time to time;
on the personal application of any one
claiming the right to vote, the name
of such claimant, and mark opposite
the name "C. V.," and immediately
assess him with a tax, nothing, as in
all other cases, his occupation, reel•
donee, whether a boarder or house
keeper; if a boarder, with whom he
boards; and whether naturalized or
designing to be, marked in all such
cases the letters, opposite the' name,
"N." or "D. 1.," as the case may be; if
the person claiming to be assessed be
naturalized, he shall exhibit to the as•
sensor his certificate of naturalization ;
and' if ho claims that he designs to be
naturalized before the next ensuing
election, ho shall exhibit the certificate
of his declaration of intention; in all
Cases where any ward, borough, town
ship or election district is divided into
two or more precincts, the assessor
shall note in pli his assesetuepts the
election precinct in which each elector
resides, apti shall tpoo a separate re
turn for each to the county commis
sioners' in all cases in which a return is
required from him by the provieions of
this act; and the county commission.
ore, in making duplicate copies of all
such returns, shall make duplicate cop.
ies of 'the names of the voters in pitch
precinct, separately, and shall furnish
the same to the assessor; arnd the copies
JAMES A. BROWN
required by this act to be placed on
the doors of or on election places on or
befoie the first of August in each year,
shall be placed on the door of or on
the election place in each of said pre
SEC. 3. After the assessments have
been completed on the tenth day pre
ceding the second Tuesday in October
of each year, the assessor shall, on the
Monday immediately following, make
a return to the County commissioners
of the names of all persons assessed by
him since the return required to be
made by the second section of this act,
noting opposite each name the obser
vations and explanations required to
be noted as aforesaid; and the county
commissioners shall thereupon cause
the same to be added to the return re
quired by the second section of this act,
and a full and correct copy thereof to
be made, containing the names of all
persons so returned as resident taxa
bles in said ward, borough; township
or precinct, and furnish the same; to=
gether with the necessary election
blanks, to the officers of the election in
said ward, borough, township or pre
cinct, on or before six o'clock in the
morning of the second Tuesday of Oc
tober; and no man Shall be permitted
to vote at the election on that day
whose name is not on said list; unless
ho shall make proof of his right to vote,
as hereinafter required.
Szc.,4. On the- day, of
person whose name is: not on the said
list, and claiming the right to vote at
said election, shall produce at least ono
qualified voter-of the district as a wit
ness to the residence of the claimant in
the district in which •he claims to be a
voter, for the period of at least ten
days next preceding said election,
which witness - shall take and subscribe
a written, or partly written and partly
printed, affidavit to the fucts.stated by
him, which affidavit shall define, clear
ly where the residence is of the per
son so claiming to be a voter; and the
person so claiming the right to vote
shall also take and subscribe a written,
or partly ,written and partly printed
affidavit, stating, to the, best of his
knowledge and belief, -where and when
he was born; that he is a citizen of the
commonwealth of Pennsylvania and of
the United States; that he has resided
in the commonwealth one year, or if
formerly a citizen therein and has mov
ed therefrom, that ho has resided
therein six months next- preceding
said election ; that ho has not moved
into the district for the purpose of vo-
OVTOilsn't7 ; fiViellit t inlinreit i es,"Wtia
was assessed at. least ten days before
said election; and, if a naturalized cit
izen, shall also state, when, where and
by what court he was naturalized, and
shall also produce his certificate of
naturalization for examination ; the
said affidavit shall also state when and
where the tax claimed to bo paid by
the affiant was assessed, and when,
where and to whom paid ;,and the tax
receipt therefor shall be produced for
examination, unless the affiant shall
state in his affidavit that it has been
lost or destroyed, or that he never re
ceived any; but if the person so claim
ing the right to vote shall take and
subscribe an affidavit, that he is a na
tive born citizen of the United States,
(or if born elsewhere, shall state that
fact in his affidavit, and shall produce
evidence that he has boon naturalized,
or that he is entitled to citizenship by
reason of his father's naturalization ;)
and shall further state in his affidavit
that he is, at the time of taking the
affidavit, between the ages of twenty
one and twenty-two years; that he has
resided in the state oneyear and in the
election district ten days next prece
ding such election, he shall be entitled
to vote,. although he shall not have
paid taxes; the said affidavits of all
persons making such 'claims, and the
affidavits of the witnesses to their resi
dence, shall-be preserved by the elec
tion board, and at the close of the elec
tion they shall be enclosed with the
list of voters, tally list and other pa
pers required by law to be filed by the
return judge with the prothonotary,
and shall remain on file therewith in
the prothonotary's office, subject to
examination, as other election papers
are; if the election, officers shall find
that theopplicants possess all the legal
qualifications of voters; he or they
shall be permitted to vote, and. the
name or names shall be added to the
list of taxables by the election officers,
the word "tax" being added where the
claimant claims to vote on tax, and 1
the word "age" where he
vote on age; the same words being
added by the clerks in each case re-
spectively on the lists of persons vo
ting at such election.
Sxc. 5. It shall be lawful for any
qualified citizen of the district, not
withstanding the name of the proposed
voter is contained on the list of resi
dent taxables, to challenge the vote of
such persons; whereupon the same
proof of the right of suffrage as is now
required by law shall be publicly made
and acted on by the election board,
and the vote admitted or rejected, ac
cording to the evidence; every person
claiming to be a naturalized citizen
shall be required to produce his natu
ralization certificate at the oleption be-'
fore voting, except where he has been
for ton years, consecutively, a voterin
the district in which he offers his vote;
and on the vote of each person being
received,' it `shall be the' duty pf the
eleptien officers to write or stamp on
such participate the word "voted, ' with
the month and year; tied if any Opp
tion officer or officers shall receive a'
second vote on the - same day, by vir
tne of the same certificate, excepting
whore eons are entitled to vote by vir
toe of the naturalization of their fath
ers, they and the poreqn who shall
offer such second vote, upon so offend
ing shall -be guilty of a high misde
meanor, and on conviction thereof, bo
TERMS, $2,00 a year in advance.
. or iMprisoned, or both, at the
discretion of the court; but the fine
shall not exceed• one• hundred dollars
in each case, nor theimprisonment one
year; the like punishment shall be in
flicted on conviction, on the officers of
election who shall neglect or refuse to
make, or cause to be made, the in
dorsement required as aforesaid, on
said naturalization certificate. •
SEc. 6. If, any election officer shall
refuse or'neglect to require such proof
of the right of suffrage he is preicribed
by this law or the laws to which this
is a supplement, from any person of
fering to vote whose name is not on
the list of assessed voters, or whose
right to vote is challenged by any
qualified voter present, and shall ad
mit such person to. vote without re-
quiring such proof; every person
. so of
fending shall, upon'cbnvictiou, be gull ' ,
ty of a high misdemeanor,` and shall
be sentenced, for every such offence,
to pay a fine not exceeding. one hun-'
dred.dollars, or to undergo an impris
onment not more than one year or
either or both, at the discretion of the
SEC. 7. Ten days preceding every
election for electors of President and
:Vice President of the United States,
it shall be the duty of the assessor to
attend at the place fixed by law, for
holding the election 'in each election
district,? and then and there hear all
applications of persons whose names
have been omitted from the list of as
sessed voters, and who claim the right
to vote, or whose rights have origins:
ted since the same was made out, and
shall add the names of such persons
thereto as shall show that they are en
titled to the right of suffrage in such
district, on the personal application of
the claimant only, and forthwith assess
them with the proper tax.
After completing the list, 'a copy
thereof shall ho placed ,on the door of
or on the house where the
: election is
to 'be held, atleast eight days before
the election; and at the election the
same course shall be pursued, in all
respects,•as is required by this act and
the acts to which it is a supplement,
at the general elections in ,October.—
The assessor shall also make the same
returns to the county commissioners
of all assessments made by virtue of
this section • and the county commis
missioncrs shall furnish copies thereof
to the election. officers in each district,
in like manner in all respects as is re
quired at the general elections in Oc
~„.§v0,J,,,T,1..91 , E1ame rules and regula
tion, and at edrli - CiRAMPWAYOW--
ough or ward election; in all respects,.
as at the general elections in October.
SEC. 9. The respective assessors, in
spectors and judges of the elections
shall each have the power to adminis
ter oaths to any person claiming the
right to be assessed or the right of suf
frage, or in regard to any other mat
ter or thing required to be done,or in
quired into by any of said officers un
der this act; and any willful false
swearing by any person in relation to
any, matter or thing concerning which
they shall bo lawfully interrogated by
any of said officers, shall be punished
SEO. 10. The assessors shall each re
ceive the same compensation for, the
time necessarily spent in performing
the duties hereby enjoined as is pro
vided bylaw for the performance of
their other duties, to be paid by the
county commissioners 'in other
cases; and it shall not be lawful fOr•
any assessor to assess a tax 'against
,any person whatever within ten days
next preceding the election to be held
on the Second Tuesday of October, in
any year, or within ten days next be
fore any election for electors of- Presi
dent of the United States; any', viola
tion of this provision shall be a misde•
meanor,"and subject the officers so 'of
fending to 'a fine, on conviction, not
exceeding one hundred dollars,, or to
imprisonment not exceeding three
months, or both, at the
Sac. 11. On the petition of five or
more citizens of the,.county, stating I
under oath that they, verily- believe
,will be practiced at. the
election obi:MLA° be held, in any die- ,
triet,lt shall he' the duty of the court
of common pleas of said , county, :if in
session, or if not, a judge thereof in
vacation, to appoint two judicious, Po.
ber and intelligent citizens of ,the
county' to act as overseers at said
electien";'sald overseers shall be' selec
ted' from different politibal parties,
where the inspectors belongsto differ
ent parties,, and where both of said
inspectors belong to the same political
party, both of the overseers shall bo
taken from the opposite pelitical par
ty; said overseers obeli have the right
to be present with the ,officers of the
election, during the whole time the
same is held, the votes counted, and
the returns made' 'out signed by
the elootion ' office_ rs; to keep a
list of voters, if they ace prop
,to challenge ,any person offering
to yppo, and interrogate him and his
Witnesses, under oath, in regard to his
right of suffrage at said election, and
to examine his papers produced; and
the officers of said election are reqUir
ed to afford to said overseers So setae
.ted and api,o'nted every convenience
and facility for the discharge of their
duties; and if said election officers
shall refuse to permit said overseers
to be present and perform their duties
as aforesaid; or if they shall be driven
away from the polls by violence or in
timidation, all the, wotes polled at ouch
election district may bo rejected by
any4ribunal' trying a contest Under
said . 'plection : Prqvickdi por•
eon cloning the 'pet4top shall be ap
"polnted an everseer.
SEM. 12. spy prothonotary, clerk,
or the deputy of either, or any 'other
person, shall affix the seal of office to
Those subscribing for three, eix
twelve months with the understanding
that the paper be discontinued unless.
subscription is renwecj i .reeoivingstp,a=-
per marked with a t before the name'
will understand that the "tiniejyr
which they_subricribe'd 641
wish the - paper continued' they will'
renew their subscription through the,'
mail or otherwise.
UM. All kinds of plain, fancy ands
ornamental Job Printing neatly a 0,1;
expeditiously executed at ihe 4- ! , ClLoiss,'
office. Terms moderate.
any naturalization paper, ,or permit
the same to be affixed,or give out; - or"
cause or permit the same to be given.
out, in blank; whereby it may, 'be
fraudulently used, or furnish a natttr'"
alization certificate to any Pelson who .•
shall not have been duly .examined
,in open court, in, the
cnco -of some of the judges',therpog,,,,,
according to the "act of ,Congress; ,or
shall aid in, conniie at, cif•in any' way''
Permit the:issue ()luny fraudulent
turalization certificate, he shall be
guilty of a high misdemeanor; ("and
either or any of the persons,
alders or abettors, guilty of either, ef, ,
the misdemeanor's aforesaid, shall;
conviction, be fined in a' such not , ' -
needing one thousand - dollars, and
prisoned in the - proper peeiteatiary
for a period not exceeding threeyears.
SEC. 13. Any person• whir nu 'oath' "
or affirmation, in;or before :auk flour& '
in this State, or officer itntirriaed tct
certificate of naturalfzatiON.for4det','
self or, any, other, person, ~wilfully :
pose, declare 'or, affirm in, ,
to be - feet, knowing the Same' to. tie 1
false, or shall in like manner den Y
matter to be fact, knowing, tha same.
to be true, shall be deeMed guilty o 1 ,
perjury; and any certificate of
alization issued in pursuance , of- any - -
such deposition,declaration or, affirm 4:!;
ation, shall be null and ,void,;,,and„it,,,
shall be thp duty_ Of the court _issuing :
the same, upon proof being made. be.
fore it that it was fraudulently
'ed, to take immediate.randettros.of re
calling the,ertme for cancellation ; and . '
any person who shall vote, ceattenipt"
to vote, on any'paper so obtained,- or •••,
who shall in any way aid in,- connive,
at, or have any agencY• whatev4r
the issue, circulation, or use
fraudulent naturalization, .certificate;,
shall be deemed guilty of a, misdemea,..„,
nor, and, , upon conviction theretik *:
shall undergo an imprisonnientln
penitentiary for not more than
years, and pay a -- fine; not -- more - than
one thousand dollars, 'for every 'Stick
offence, or either 'or both, at tho disore;•-r
tion of the.court. ! •
SEC. 14, Any assessor, plection. ofg,„
cer or person appointed,as an overseer,
who shall neglect or refuse to - perfartn, - ;
any duty enjoined by this act, withdut
reasonable or legal cause, shall ; be,sub
ject toe penalty of one 'Mildred', doK
tars; and if any assessor shall , assesa! r
any person as a voter who is not
ified, or shall refuse to assess any onix.
who is qualified ; he shall be guilty, of, a..
misdemeanor in office„arld
Lion be unished b • flhe or im .risen-' "
for, damages by the party aggrieve.
and if any person shall frandultintlY.
alter, add to, deface or destroy anyi -.-
list of voters, made out as directed:by- ! ;
this act, or tear down or remove the.
same from the place where it his been. .
fixed, with fraudulent or miachievOui: -
intent, or for any improper
the person so offending shall be guilty ` ,,
of a high misdeineanor; and on eatiViC-...,
tion• shall be punished by a fine not'
exceeding five hundred dollari, or -ins:.
prisonment not, exceeding two years, 1i
or both, at the discretion of court.,, ,
SEC. 15. All elections for city,, ward,,,
borough, township and eleetiox(ciffleera."
shall hereafter be held on ; the pond,
Tuesday of October, subject
provisions of the laws regulating the.. '
election of such officers , not inconsis,` , '
tent with this act; the'persons eleeted ,
to such offices at-,that
,time shall Ask° • „
their places at the expiration of -the ' „.,
terms Of the'personslolding'the'Same
at the tine of ,such election', bufnb 1 '
election for the office of assessor
sistant assessor shall -he : !midi-under
this' est, until the year one tlionsand,
'eight' hundred and severity. , .;i • J.;
SEC. 16. At, all elections hereafter:, i
held, under the laws of ,this
wealth, the polls shall be orisud Ye.
tWeen'the hours of 6 and 7 O'Clonlr;•4.:' -*
M.,' and•closed at 7 , o'clobki P: M.
SEO:'l7. .shall thi3:duty, - Of
secretaryof - the Commonwealth
pare forms for all the blanka,,made;lne : , ; ,
cessary by this' act, and fernish eopleS,
of the same to the county
'ore of the several counties of the c0ni....!
monwealth ; and the county commis-p,
sioners of each-county.shall i aersoon aQ
may. be necessary after receipt of thp,
same, at ;the proper expanse ,Of
county, procure and furnish, to, all the,.
eleOtion Officers of the pleetion. dis
Algae of their respective counties cd=: '
pies Of'such blanks, in such quarititiee
as may be rendered necessary fdr thee''
. discharge of their duties gpder.this
Sac. 18. I'one of the foregoing
visions'of this act shall apply to : the -- _
city of Philadelphia, excepting
tions twelve 'and,. thirteen: "
SEc.,l9. That citizens of ; this State' '
temporarily in the service of
or of the, United States gOvernmente i
on cleribal or other dgty, and whg
not vote where thus employed, ehtil;':'
not be thereby cleprived - .of the right,
to vote in their several electiciii
tricts'if otherwise duly qualified- - "'
SW. 20. The act, entitled "A further ,1
supplement to the act relating to the
elections of ,this commonwealth"
proved April fourth, Anno Domini.oae,
thousand eight hundred and sixty-':'
eight, and all 'other laws altered or,.
supplied by this not, be and the attn. A..
are hereby, repealed,
1C A. few days SinPe 'Mrs._ . Alfred'
Beans, of.Northareptqn, }Nolis county ( , ;
left the .house , to go in tlße milk vault;,_:and on returning 101104 : Win
snake, nearly five feet in length, in the__
cradle with the 1 4441, 0 few inetitbi
old. Mrs. Beane immed!fftely
_the child hy its bea4 an 4 Firew it froni:c
the cradle while the snake was lying
/woes its breast. Mr: Beans was not
at home at the •time, but a peigbbo '•
was summoned and thereptile
It is supposed that the snake came'' ,
from a large heap of atones that lay'
near by, which had been bauled thert3
'preparatory to building ty new liP9v.kl