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.AN ACT fhrther supplemental to an act
relative to the elections in this Com
SECTION 1., it' eneeniti by the Senateand H QU 9 mil A 99; . 1
J 1 t .
monoshith of Pennsylvania in General
Assembly aril it is hereby enacted bi
lise authority of the same, That it shall be,
the duly "of' each of the . assessors within
this Commonwealth, on the first Monday
in June or each year, to take up the tran‘'
script= he has"received from the county
commissioners tinder the eighth section of
the act . of - 15th April, 1834, and proceed
to salinmediate revision of the same, by
striking therefieni the name of every per-
eon Who isilbalownr by him to have died
or removed since the last previous assent
ment,from'the'distriel of which he is the
assessor, or whose deathior removal from
the same shall be made known to him, and
to add •to the .same the name of any,
qualified' , voter who' shall :be known \
by him m` have' moved into • his < die. l i
trictebice thelast previonsassesement, or i
-whose removal into the same shall be or 1
sbalkhave been known to' him, and also
the larriesof allwho shall make chain to
him, to be qualified voters therein. I -As'
soon as this revisiorris completed he shall
visit every dwelling honee in the district
andanake careful' inquiry if any person
whose name is on his list has died or •re
moved from this district,andif.sa to lake
the same therefrom;• or whether any goal
ified‘voter resides therein whose name is
not bn the list, aaif so to add the same
thereto; and in all cases where a name is
akided to the list a tax shall forthwith be
assessed .against the, person; and the as;
lessor - shall in all cases:. ascrtain, :by in
quiry, - upon what ground the.person so
assessed cleimatobe a voter. • Upon the
--completionof thie work, it shall be the
duty of each assessor as'aforosaid to pro.
red to make out kritsVinniphabetical or
der OA the White freernen;ebove twenty
one years CU eV, claiming to be twenty
one years or '
l 4e• clidm' ing to lie qualified
voters in the werd, , berough, tewnehip - ot
disteittOlf Which - he is - the atwitter,' tina
opposite each of said Munes'atatet whether
said freeman is or is not a housekeeper;
and - if he 15i:the:lumber of his residence
in *Wits Witte the same are numbered,
and ' withOlhe , street, alley or court in
which-situated; and if •in` a town where
there are no rnamtierei, , the name of the
street, alley or conrf•tin which said house
frohts; also,' the occupation of the per=
. son,,and; ' "where he 'is not a
hoimelteeppt;! the oecnpation, place •of
boaiding, „, . and' y ilvith- whom, and
If reorking fOr"annibert the name of the
employer, and Write oppos ite each of said
names the'woid " Toter ; ” . wheie any per
son:Claims to voteeby reason of natural!.
=thin,' be -411111-lexhibit 'his certificate `
' thin:ate-theist:len* unless he has been
for five ebrietielitiveyears nett' preeeeing
a *ionic Chasid diiihict and in' all 'cases
where the person ;hie been taktfiralized,'
the name shall be marked with the letter
"N;" where Ofelpersealtia • mainly de
dared his..intentionClO - Ixicome a citizen
and deligns . to be induislized tidbit' the
' nett election 'lhelaiiie phall be marked
"D. It" wh ere' the claim is to vote
reason of being between the ages of
tweity-one and twerity,two, as provided
bylaw, the word "age" shall be entered;
and if the person has moved into the
1 election .district to reside since the last
general electien; the letter "R" shall be
placed opposite the It shall be the
Turther duty of each assessor as aforesaid,
upon the couipletion of the duties herein
imposed, to make out a separate list of all
new assessments made by him and the
amounts assessed upon each, and furnish
the same immediately to the county com
missioners, Who shall immediately add
thq, names to the tax duplicate of the
- wed, borough, township or district in
which they have been assessed.
Sac. 2. On the list being completed
and the assessments made as aformaid,
the same shall forthwith be returned to
the county commissioners, who shall
cause duplicate copies of said lists, with
the observations and explanations requir
ed 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 August in each year, put
one copy thereoloh the door of or on the
house -where the election of the respective
district is requ ired to beheld, and . retain
the other in his possession, for the inspee-
Von, free of charge, of any person, ;rest.
dent in the' , said election district, - who
shall desire to seethe time; and it shall
be the duty of the said assessor to add,
. fiem time to time, on the personal
application of any, claiming the right
to vote, the name Of such claimant, and
mark oppositelhe name "C. V.;"and
immediately assess him with a tax, noting,
as in all other cases, his occupation,: resi
deuce, whetheti a • boarder or . a house.
keeper; ifsboabler, with whom he boards;
ndwhethernaturallz , ed or designing to be,
maing in all such cases the letters, op
ruit,e the name, "N," or "D. 1. - ," as the
ease may be; it the person olalmini to be
assessed, ; be' atMalized,lie shall exhibit
to the ageism/ his certificate of witaraliza-
Win; and if he claims that he designs to be
-naturalized before the next ensuing elec.
. u fl xi t pashell.exliibit the certificate of his
ileslaratiertOttutniti9 l 4 in all cases where
liar Nardi unrs , 4h , township or election
district is divided -into two or more. pre
chiCtiti the • assesear
_ , shall. note in all his
',. - assessments the election precinct in which
each elector vishlee, and shall make eget).
Mite rttern fin each to - the county coup,
missionerpitti all cases la which a retains
Is required' front him by i the pro Visions
Of thiseet;lind.thecorm einnteissioners,
)o.msking diiyliti+i co es of all each re
Apo, .1301Make'dup eat.: tipples :of th e
O the tip, tel! 4 1 'each . elt precinct, seti
widel **ly,L slid ' shall twit& the same.to the
\ asseseett , and Copies , required by, this set
20 be pieced on -the ;,i,loore of or ; on OW,
Mon ,Pl4O O AR 4r before the first? of Au,
sot of mu* year; shall be placed on the
lioor orsr on the election place each
'of' said preciatte.r
' l, Ale 8, ! Ater,theijimesethente have been
iitenpleted'Otitho teitth-ditipreceding the
seicandVimidaT Otr4ouber ef each Year,
the assessor idualon,tbe Monday immed-1
lately ;. , followlit* rnil)Lo Is return to" the
County cPWßlmonell of names of all ;
:lereerie tweefeed by,lihnt since the return
requiredlo be made by him by thesecond'
' section of this , sec noting : .opposite each;
•, name the Observations and explapations'
required to be nottl as aforesaid, and the
'county • tiimitimitmers shall_ t.&leTeuptli:
65Aute the mum to Wadded to ule return
mil* by the Se c ond Beetle, ill' this act;
kid a tall sad , COV.OO NW *Mg to.lioe
lode, containing the names of all . Or
sons so returned as -resident taxable. ip
laid ward, tborougb,, township or pre-
esintit,,Andinillbdt•the mai% toltherrt h
the IkeeesieultSlection ,0114*.,..tht,„_10B
i Oen IVERId 111 1111 Wrr.'
orr - to OtireClTS* fitg; 42l Dre
six)), ock *the -morning of the second
I n a
ay of :October; and no Ellaßiball be
permitted to vote at the eleati6n on that
day whose name is noton said list, unless
he shall make proof of his right to vote,
' as hereinafter required. -
SEC. 4. On the day of election any person
whose name is not on the said list, and
claiudiurthe right tomotestssaidelectioni::
shall produce at least one qualified voter
' of the district as a witness to the residence
of the claimant in the dietrlct in which
he claims to be a voter, for theperiod of
at least ten days next preceding said
tion, which witness shall take and sub
scribe a written, or partly written and
partly printed affidavit to the tarts stated
by him, which affidavit shall define near
ly where the,residenee r iii,..of,,thepe r rson
so claiming to be a voter ; and the, person
so claiming the right to vote shall also
take and subacribe a written or partly
written and partly,sprinted affidavit,,sta
ting to the best of his knowledge and be
lief, where and: hen he was born; that
he is a citizen of the Commonwe alth of
P,entsylvanle; and of thnUnited , States.;
'That',"he has ,resided'in - the dommon;
wealth one year, or if firnierly a citizen
'therein'and has moved therefreni, that he
has resided therein, biz months .next pre;
ceding said ,election ; ,that he his not
moved into the district for „the pirpose of
voting therein ; that he .has paid a State
or county, tax within two years, which
was assessed at . lent ten days before said
election ; and, if a naturalized citizen,:
shall alto state *hen, where and by What
naturalized, and Shall also
produce his certificate of naturalization
tor examination ; the said affidavit shall .1
state when and where the tax claimed to
be paid by the aftlant was assessed, and
when, where and to whom paid; and the
task receipt therefor shall be produced for
-examination, unless the affiant shall state
in his affidavit that It has been-lost or de- ,
stroyed, or that he never received
' any ; . but if the parson so claiming
1 the right to vote shall take and sub
scribe an affidavit, that he is a native
bOrn citizen of the United 'States, (or if
,born elsewhere; shall state that fact in his
affidavit; and shall produce evidence that
he has been naturalized, or that he is en
titled 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 - one year
and in the election district ten days next
preceding such election, he shall , be en
,titled to vote, although he . shall not have
paid taxes; the said affidavits of all per
' sons making such claims,-and; the sill
davits of the witnesses - to their sesidence
shall be preserved by , the election board,
, and at the close of th election they shall
' be enclosed with the -lilt of voters, tally
fiat and other papers ieqatre4 by law to
be fled' sy the return judge - with the pro
thonotary; and shall remain on file there-
Within the prothonotary's - office, subjel
to exaMlnation, as-: other election papers
are; if the election officers' shill find that
the applicant or'applicents possess ell the'
legit q111111110410123' of viten, he or 'they
shall be permitted to • vote, and the name
or names - shall be 'added to the list of
%cables by the election officers, the word
.ir•Atax" being , added where the claimant
claims to vote on tax, and the word
"age" where he claims to vote on age;
the same words beingedded by the clerks
in each case respectively, on the bats of
persons voting at such election. ''s --,,
SEC. 5 It shall be lawful for any quit , '
fled citizen of the district, notwitstanding
the name of the proposed voter -Is
tabled on the list of resident taxables, - to
challenge the vote of such persons; where-
Upon the same proof of She right of suf
frage as is now required`by law shall be
publicly made and acted on by the elec
tion board, and the vote admitted - or re
according to the evidence; ever
person claiming to be a naturali zed citi
zen shall be required to pioduce his natnr
alizatiiin certificate at the election before
voting, except where he has been for ten
years, consecutively, a voter in the dis-
trict in , which he offers his vote; and on
1 the vote of such person being received, it
shall be the duty of the election officers
to write or stamp on suck' certificate the
word "voted," with the month and Year;
and if any election ; officer or officers, shall
receive a second vote on the same day, ,'
by virtue of the same certificate, except
where sons are entitled to vote by
virtue of the ' naturalization
9 f their''
father, they and the person who shall of
such second, vote, upon so offending,
, shall be guilty of high misdemeanor, -- suni
on conviction thereof, be fined or impris
oned, or both, 'at the - discretion of the
court; bat the fine shall not exceed one
hundred dollars in each case, nor the im
prisonment one year; the like punish
ment shall be Inflicted on conviction of
the officers of elecilen who shall neglect,
or refuse - to make, or cause to be made, -
the endorsement required, as aforesaid, on
said naturalization certificate. '
Sac. & ~ p rescribes . the penaltyyelection r fine, ; e
, oilmOrisonment or both for an
'officer who shill refase ,
or neglect to re
quire such prises( of_ the right of suffrage
' ails prescribed by Vila law, or, the lawi
to Which. thiiis neupplement, from. any
person offering 10 vote sehofie name is not
on the Hit of suieised, voters, or . whose
right to Note is,citalleilicid by Bny.quili.!
fied'voter present k and who, shall, ixtrirdt
such person 'tci
.vote without requiring
suPh.proo. •,... ,„•• • ,• -•- ,•
Sac. I Ten days preceding every, elecl
tion for electors of President and Vice 1
President of the United , States , tiall, lie 1
,ft , s
the:duty, of the :a/lessor to, attend at the l i
Clace'fixed by la*, for, bolding the ,elect,
tion in each election district - *di,then
and there heir all ipplications of,Perac"
whose names live .-n' Omitted &pantile
list of assessed voters, , and who claim the
right to vote, or _whew TWOS hivil, - 00_,P
basted since the same wits, made *us. an d
shall;add the mulles of persone theretolas
shall show that they are eattiled.,toithe
right of suffrage • in such-dist/tot, on the
person si application of the claimant calYs
and forthwith assess, him with the.proper;
tax. - After complain the list,;. a. Coor
thereof sha/1 be pieced, on the door of or,
-on the house where the, election is tobe•l
held,itt least elglitslays before theelection,
and at, the election the same course abaft
-be pursued. In all:respecta, as jo required
by this act and .the:acts-,to which it isa
:supplement,: at the general. election ,in
Actober. , The assessor shall., make? ; the,
.eame returns to the county commissioners
„or all , assessments made by virtue this
section; . and the county ;commisioners
. shalt furnishoopies thereof to; the election
officers, in iscb districti-in like wanner in
all respects as le stonlied,iit ilmkitetprol
election In Octolier..
Sze. S. The same rules and regulations
shall apply at every special election; and
z E rr
at 'eiiiiiiiiptete - ellY mho .
electriet, reipectlic l u thikigeneril
&akin ht. October.. ; , •
andAtulypietheziglit -tq- administer .oaths
.to au.y wets .in laremit
riitht4l singiFinent or *trigs..
SW :10 providegezpe_yinent , of atets- - -
on, forbids them to assess a tax against
-any one-within the ten days preceding_
any gown' election, rind', provides-a
penalty therefor. "
•, 8 / 4 11..-•:_kka the,Pet l o4# l ,9l2-I,t_e- or:
More citizens of the county, statin g un
der oath that they . believe that
frauds will be practised at the election
about to be held,' in any district, it shall
be the duty of the court of common pleas
ot said county, if in.session, ot if not a
judge ttiereof triiseatlert, to appoint two
judicious, sober and, intelligent citizens of
the county to act as overseers• of said
election ; said overseers shall - be selected
from different p - olithal parties,where the
inspectors belongto different arties, and
where Beth 'of said inspectors belong to
the same political party, both Of the over-
Se.ers shall . be taken from flip opp osite pO.
Utica part l y; said overseereahal ; have the
right tohe present,with the officers of the
eleetion, , Auring the whole time the same
is held, the votes counted, and thereturns
made out and signed by th e election offi
,cers ;to keep a listOf voters,. if they see
proper to -chanetge any person offering
to vote, and interrogate him and his wit- -
nesses, under oath, in regar dlto his right
of 13U1T111.0 at said election, and to, exam
ine his papers produced;, and the officers,
of said election are required to: affOrd to
ssAd overseers so selected and appointed
'every convenience and facility for the die
charge of their duties - and if said elec
tion o ffi cers sha ll ref use to permit said
overseers to be present and - perform their
dialect as aforesaid, or if they shall be
driven away from the polls by violence' ''
or intimidation,all the votes '
polled at i
such election istrict may be rejected by
any tribunal trying a contest under said
election: Provided, That no person sign
ing the petliton • shall be appointed an
Biro. 12. If any prothonotary, clerk, or
the deputy of either, or any other person,
shall affix the' seal of office to any natu
ralization 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• naturalization certificate to any
person wno shall not have been duly ex
amined and sworn in open court, in the
presence of some of the judges thereof, ac
cording to the act of Congress, or shall
aid in, connive at, or in any waypermit'
the issue of any fraudulent net zation
certificate, he shall be guilty ,of a high
misdemeanor; or if any one shall fraudu
lently nee any such certificate of naturali
zation, knowing that it was fraudulently
issued,; or shall vote; or - attempt to vote
thereon, or if any one shall vote, or at
tempt to vote, on any certificate of natu
'Outten not issued to him, he shall be
guilty of a high misdemeanor; and either
or any of the persons, their alders or
abettors, guilty of either of the misde
meanors aforesaid, shall, on conviction,
be fined in a sum not execeding one thou
sand dollars, and imprisoned in the pro
per penitentiary for a *kid not exceed
ing three years.
Sac. 18 Any ,pers who on oath or
affirmation, in or before any court in this
State, or officer authorized to administer
oaths shall, to procure a certificate of na
turalization, for himself or any other per
son, wilfully depose, declare or affirm any
matter of fact, knowing the same to be
false, or shall in like manner deny any
: matter of fact, knOwing the same to be
toe, shall be' deemed guilty of perjury;
.mod any certificate of naturalization issued •
bin pursuance of any such deposition, de
claration or affirmation, shall be null and
void; and it shall be the duty of the court
issuing the same, upon proof being made
before it that it wasfrandtdently obtained,
to take immediate measures for recalling
the same for cancellation; and any penon
who shall vote, or attempt to vote, on any
paper so obtained, or who shall in any
way aid in, connive at, or have any agen
cy whatever in the, issue, circulation or
use of any fraudulent n aturalization cer
tificate, shall be deemed guilty of & mis
demeanor, and, upon conviction thereof,
shall undergo an imprisonment in the
penitentiary for not morethan two years,
and pay a fine, not more than one thou
sand dollars, for every such offence,
either or both, at the discretion of the
Sze, 14. Any assessor, election officer
or person appointed as overseer, who
shall neglect or refuse to perform any
duty enjoined by this act, without reason
able or legal cause, shall be subject to a
penalty of one hundred dollars; and if
any assessor shall assess any person as
a voter who is not! qualified, he shall be
guilty of a misdeineanor in office, and on
conviction be punished by fine or impris
onment, and also be , subject to an action
for damages by the party aggrieved; and
If any person shall fraudulently alter,
add tb, deface or destroy any listor voters,
made oat as directed by this act, or tear
down or remove the same from the place
where it has been fixed, with fraudulent
' or mischievous intent or for any improper,
purpose. the person so offending.shall be
guilty of a high misdemeanor, and on
conviction shall be: punished by a fine
not exceeding five hundred dollars, or
imprisonment not exceeding two years,
or both, at the discretion of the court.
Sac. 15. All elections for , city, ward,
borough, township and election of
fibers shall hereafter beheld on the second
Tuesday of (*tuber,: subject to all the pio l
visions of the lawa regulating the election
of such officers , net inconslstent*With , this
act; the persons elected- to such, offices at
that time shall•take their places at the ez..
piradon of the terms of auch election; bat
no election tbr the office \ of assegai:lvrea! ,
&tent assessor shall be- held under this
act.until the year one thousand eighthun 6
dred and Seventy. '
Szc. 10. .At all electioici hereafter held
Under the:laws - of this Commorrialith,
the lions shill be opened between ,the
OUTS Of six and seven o'clock s. x., and
closed.at seven o'clock P. x.
Sac. 17.; , . It shall be the duty of the
Secretary Of-the•Oommonweilth ,to pre.
pare fonts for all the blinks made news.
!ioxytty,thili'aetifitrid furnish copies of the
sane to thutennty. commissioners of the
several eeltaties, ofthe Commonwealth
grid the :countY,;tgairiiiiiioners e a ch
county shall, as soon as. may:be necessary
alter lecelo , atter eame, at :.the :proper
expense} county, procure - and
furnish to allthetelection officers of. the
, tlection districts of theliveipective court
' ties copiei of stieleblankihiniinek
taco lair Tendeted'neeestial ler the
harge of their Aittles:o4fit *St
Sac id. None :FICA& farellakta Pre',
Of Philadelphia, excepting seetions
twelve and thirteen. '
Sec. 19. The citizens of this State tent-
IiONDATi :MAT .3:lsest.
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troltokatl4oll:,=o - ;004 1 A "it
cia°lia l l at i leid oltilltotlietkoiol . •
irtiete T a e in their elm ,
`'derateed of the t righl i to - if ithemiLd o r
• sze. act3 iestuiftO the else .
monyee itt io .: te g out
an ,sixtY gig4td a d
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oiberilawkOM l r li alcsrf4ada:
be and - the sapid
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Lamps, Lgteras;- - ;; than 0 . 00 , 8"-
AND LAM GOODS.
am, cA.Titsedi iAtiIidATING on&
selhazi .-,; • Berweraolith aigititukvenues:
the pieta Tsui: haring the names of the varion
Fruits, stamped upon the cover. radiattriff from
the center. and an - indez or pointer stamped upon
the top of the can.
It is Clearly, Distinctly and Permanently
trY merely piaci:lir the name of the fruit the
can certain' opposite the pointer and besting in
the customary:D=lM u se preserver of trait or
good lionakeeper will use any other after once
seeing It. . Mbla
f i:19; telt Ts/
SATURDAY, MAY Ist,
JOSEPH HORNE & CO
WILL HAVE ON HALE
100 CASES NEW
HATS AND BONNETS;
INOLUDir sufnVv i lliiiri" E . OF .
FRENCH FLOWE RS,
X 33 33 CI IQ' INV,
CRAPES, !NUBIANS. - BONNET AND
SST PRAXES, AND
OF EVERY DESCRIP'TifiIr,
To Which We Invite the Attention of
MILLINERS AND DEALIIR I S.
77 AND 79 MARKET STREET;
NEW SPRING GOODS
IffACRUM, GLYDE dr. CO.
-prs - r. SILK 'JPAJEMSO7.B,
Fringed and X"iid:a,d.
Also, all the beautiful styles trimmed with
TO BOIT AL \ '
LACE MANDSZSC 11%
LACY: CHEM!, lEEE.
FREINOU CORSETS; B I STRIAREL
In all the newest styles.
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OUR STOCK 13 CO/IMM
Nr.w irms AND BOWS, ;
Jockey, Dickens, Derby ai d ßoa C,ollars.
AtIORRI SON is STAR SHIRTS,
Summer Under thing.
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Boss', Youths and Cbildren's Clothing;
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Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
*bird door above Diamond alley.
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!UM LINE 01
New and Handsome Designs,
NOW OMPS AT
No. 107 Market Street
(MAR FIFTH AVENUE,)
Embracing or large and carefully aelettedstoct
of the newest designs from the FINEST EkTaidr-
ED GOLD to the CELEAFEST AUTIOLE. known
to the trade. An of which we offer at prices ttukt
will pay buyers to exorable.
Jos. IL ilueffEs a BRO.
THE OLD STORE 111 I NEW PLACE
W. P. XASSEL&LL'S
NEW WALL PAPER STORE,
191 Liberty Street.,
SKIING 43(00D5..11,8R117WG DAILY. -ml6
S. CHINA- CUTLERY.
100 WOOD 'STREET.
BOELEILLIZI MID CUINA.
NEW STYLES, _
1)1514B ILI T Ato,
• GIFT CUPS
SMOKING SETA. ,_ • . •
A. large stock. or
SUM PLATED OOPS
of MI descriptions.
can and efissolne our gockla.' and -re
feel satisfied - no One need AU to be stilted.
FL, L. BREED • & 'CO.
100' WOOD STDIEET.
gerriartils.;%* TREAT 'Atli
privsteelseims.-Ityphg s - 4.11 Ps forma,
rrialsli eluti - .l3trictlire, , thilliiiis. - end art
crinsgf Maslow andjg_e streets of nameliwg are
comwdeiy, ersocateo: iiperinstolthes or Semi.
nil Week:nest and. Impotency, , 'vestilting tram
self-abuse or other causes, and which produces
acme of , the following effects. u *Panes. tetilly
weakness: Indigestion, consumption. &what= to
society. --uninsnlbitss,;greed of fours *vents,
tosser memory. Indoleace. notternel.cinlisionli.
ssid gully so prostrating tile sexual system
render 'marriage • unsithiSciwy, sr
dent, arc permusnitly cured.. , rersonssf•
tliceig with Vase or sny other dental.% Intricate'
or'long suminng constitutional tomMuntelionlo
give the Doctor a trial; 'be never fells. ; - ',
- A. pertinent stientiongpren tolliteinslo.2 olll *
nlsints, Lencorrbeit or Whites, walling. lonsm.
mation or Ulceration of the Womb, Oviiritts,
prtiritis,; Amenorrhoea: =Xenorrliagla, Dysmen
norrhoce.: end bterilityor Burrimess, sml 'treat
ad with Psagreatart suctees.. . - •• -
It is self-evldentthst a physician who confines
'himself excansively to the find, of a carbdirclus
of diseases molt:est& }bo s. of l i tre
cuearisnaligire Weep . , iii,IAI that sr ty.
Ther Doctor publishes a isaditsl pamphlet of
; WV i n tbat gives ti filll eriltooltiorior venereal
, bna *Ave 'diseases. st ten lie hid free stoelot
`or , by; in :for twb tamps, in sealed envelopes.
Xvery , or Menu- contains. mattution ..10 the:U.
llcted. and enabling than Se determineAke pre.
Mu 'nature 'ot -Sant ooMplein .-
triThe' , mishltabinetiN Atompthisp ; ten: ample
TOOMk is central. When it , is not convenient to
visit the AIM the Doctor, a (minion o f
woad tir lanais written of the case,
and mealeloss pan be tbritsseit lIP 'Will Or ele.
In- sops patanees,,norripter.AParaonsi
I . =stion t ; ii %olutely ' 'mastery.' 'wage in
:others daily Attentlol4l , reot bwd. Audi
for thesoccure Oat !sash patients there are
*Dumas% tulip:W. l _4th thatirlicattist SOW*.
vides imp avery,requishis , tnat'ill-cllttostea to
its. reeovarn IneittOng .meilicAted . vapor
Il•-.AII. ,DreiellAtions .nrii: prepared. in .the
Spy's cots WOW*. Under. 'hle.perscinil so
Oltrilitolii , iliedlaUt Vipiptil ts et ;ogioie. flee, or
.li t ar4k , .= Ti lltinli, ' W:loatifityrittol
Lays. UPI: 16 5 P
:1 2 111111 , A. 'tie/AMA. es clipyrd
.•1 ,‘ dicritUlito bareso
riEDIEDIT-100 bbh Loubsville
usambub count, for tub by
J. B. CAZIPULDI
CAD IitC4PEIS YELYIII,4.' . '
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The - Ditest Arrival
NO. 51171.FTE1 AVENUE,
Hive receive. , by steatiOre Samaria avid Mau+
hasten the VERY NEWItoT sTYLES of the
coirmetmckplia. - , - pf,
Vcrwhieh 114.0 additions = ire 41.1i . be1a6 made.
A Display of Goods Foal-,
To ^ anl gairepted xaaaket, at
*47. • .51 .FIFTH 4 rf.rur,
• (BST': WOOD 4'SdITHIMELp.3
We are now receiving our Spring
Stock of Carpets, &c., and are pre
pared to offer as good, stock and at
as low prices as any other house
in the Trade._ We have. ail - the
new styles of Brasiels Tipegtry,
Brussels; Three ;mid Two jolys.
Best assortment , of Ingrain. Ciapite
in the Market.
BOVBD, ROSE /c CO.,
SAVE TDB AND tiONEY
lITABLAND 8b COLLINS.
NEW ':.SPRING sTocir
• TAPE:STRYVELVET. 1
- pic4.4su Bum suplazus,;
The'eliaCest 'tides -"ever offered in stdisaiii?.et.
Our - prices arellte LOWEST. - • • .
Line of Gittati. Carpels.
GOOD GM1024 CHAIN CiiiitiTa
At 25 Cents Per. Yard.. ,,
Noe. 221 and 223'1.1beriy Sheet.
Conger, of. Irwin, now offer to tbn trade at low
Prime New Crop Nee Orleans Sugar and
Porto Rico, Cuba and English Island Engirt-
New York, Ebiladelpilla and Baltintere Ea.
aolden.Dripa.' Lareringli. • Ertin.ll% ; taw".
Aduall and Ulu Island Syrups.
PortOlLleo. Cabs and English Island Nolsaies.
Toting Japan. lmnerlal. ennyasider
and Oolong Teas.
Carolina and Bangoin Rice. ,
Jaya, Lagnayrs and lo Coffees.
Tobacco.. •Lard Oil. Flab. Nabs.„Maas, BOW.
Cotton Yarns. Ito.. constantly on band. .
.7, , , .• • , '
Fine.Brandies,Wines and Segue.,
t i f Ithenisb, 'Moselle, and . Spirtling Bock Wines ! i
. or Hume' & Co.. In bottles.
and iabanati _ ,
Brandenburg I Freres , Fine Olive 011.
W ..,,_ d 4 o 0; t, :: Id ii;., .... , Clatre: wbit :,___ i ',...i i m n ixrrte es.
in d. bo lu t bo ties. ttlell.
M. - Wort Sons 4 Sparkling Catawba.
0.. i Fine old Silerey. Madeira and- ori Wtnes.
ei• Free Old diononganela Bye Whiskies. pure.
...1 •do Yea Superior Old Scotch do do. .
VII • • 'AILiEIO,
ri Bo2Wents for Moat WChandov , si Grand Vim
- ri.:27n16 , and Sellery pliarapegrie. . ...
' . Brandies of our own . seleetion , anO•mirranted.•
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1 'lilt et i4aists , :
ROOFING 111 416.. 7
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—l " 4 04 attention_ -gi oi e
ropkgring Fivepoo , nl. "V I T 191
1164 "" j-
They alp) offer a
aivao Wr*: P Z TEMA
No. 11 and la NITTA -46TPUnk
: 1114h, 4S Seventh' Airmail%
- G --- siAr FERRY
PRIMO INK weßiti•
black azd blond Printing k )111fogipttie
INK % VAIUMIIII, A Ike. '= '
ernes FewAi* in litiket,
ROCK THE BABT
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VANNEST% PATENT ONINe
5 aela ?IT 'EY' X.l -
Pritethal Paraitim-lameacturell k6ll
us Potr.wril AVENUE.
Were may be !bands rail mon:neat drat.
Mr C h amber t o Bltelren Iraraltare.