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MILKS W. TATB.
PETTIS A TATE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Aim Street, TIOXKSTA , PA .
A TTORNEY AT LAW. OH City. Pa.
V Will practice in tho various Courts of
.Forest County. All nusinoss onirusveu to
Mi para will receive prompt attention.
f. W. Mnaoo, Osorgt A. Jenk,
TIwmim. rm. Bmkrlll, Pa.
.. . Mason. A Jonks,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Omeo on Elm
Street, above Walnut, Tlonesuv, Pa.
C. W. Glinilan,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Franklin, Ve
nango Co., Pa. tf.
J. R. BARKIS, D. D. F ASSICTT,
tlAlllllS Jt FASSETT,
Attorneys at Law, Tttusville Penn'a.
PRACTICE In all tho Courts of Warren,
Crawford, Forest and Venango Coun
W. P. MerctlHott,
ATTORNEY A C tlTNSELOR AT LAW
Tlonesta, Pa. Otllee on Kim Nt ect.
The professional services of the Hon. H.
1'. Johnson can be secured through mo if
desired In anv business entrusted to me in
Forest Co. Collections promptly attended
to. Also Real Estato Agent.
MITTEL, Proprietor, Elm St. Tio
. nesta, Pa., at the mouth of thocreck,
Mr. Iltlo lias thoroughly renovated tho
Tlonesta House, and re-furnished it com
pletely. All who patronize, him will be
well entertained at reasonable rates, lit) ly
D 11 LACK PROPRIETOR. Opposite
Court House, Tionesta, Pa. Just
opened. Everything now anil clean and
fresh. The best of liquors kept constantly
on hand. A portion of the public pM mil
age Is respectfully solicited. 4-17-1 v
HMONESTA, PA., opposite the Depot.
, JL C. I). Mablo, Proprietor. Uood Nta
bliug connected with tho houso. tf.
IAGUNDVS, PA., E. A. Roberts, Pro
prietor. This ho'el has been recently
re-furnlshcd and now pliers superior ac
commodations to guests. -!.'-ly.
T1DIOUTF, Pa., J. A 1) Maori?, Proplo
tors. The houso has been thoroughly
refitted and is now in tho lirst-class order,
with the bost of accommodations. Any
nforuiatinn concerning Oil Territory at
this point will bo cheerfully furnished,
-ly J. & I. MAG EE,
T OWER TinioUTE. Pa.. P. S. Rams
XJ iiKKL, A Son Prop's, This house having
been rented is now mo mostdostrame stop
liimi vlai'O in Tidioulo. A good Billiard
Room attachod. 4-ly
TRvfxETON. PA. W. A. Hallenback
Proprietor. This hotel is New, and is
nw open as a first class house, situate at
nejunctlon of the Oil Creek A Allegheny
ttiverand Philadelphia A Erie Railroads,
pposite the Depot. Parties having to lay
yr trains will find this tlie most eon veil
" ent hotel in town, with lirst-class aeenm
nodations and reasonable charge, tf.
Dr. J. L. Acom,b,
PHYSICIAN AND SURG EON, who has
had tiftoeaj years' experience in a large
ana sueccssiui practice, will attend n
Professional Calls. Oilice in his Drug and
Grocery Store, located in Tidioute, near
IN HIS STORE WILL BE FOUND
A full assortment of Medicines, Liquors
Tobacco. Cigars, Stationery. Glass. Paints.
'tis. Cutlery, and lino Groceries, all ot the
quality, and will be sola at reasonable
II. R. BURGESS, an experienced Drug.
gist from New York, has charge of the
'store. All proscriptions put up accurately.
a. a. mat. jso. p. tabic. a. a. kklly.
7 MA Y, PA11K iC CO.,
3.A N K E R S
.Corner of Elm A Walnut Sts. Tlonesta.
Bunk of Discount and Deposit.
Interest allowed on Time Deposits.
Collections made on all the Principal points
of the U. S.
Collections solicited. 18-1 y.
jlJ. 1. DALK, Fr.il. J. T. DALE, Cutii.r.
Tionesta, Forest Co., Pa.
This Bank transacts a General Banking,
4Jolleotinlaud Exchange Business,
Drafts on tho Principal Cities of the
United States and Europe bought and sold.
Gold and Silver Coin and Government
(Securities bought and sold. 7-3(1 Bonds
converted on the most favorable terms.
Interest allowed ou time UonosiU.
Mar. 4, tf.
SLOAN & VAN GIESEN.
Corner of Church and Elm Streets.
This firm Is prepared to do alt work In
lis line, and will warrant everything done
at their sh'ps to give satisfaction. Par
ticular atteufiuu given to
Give thorn trial, aud you will not re
gret it. 13-lv.
" Lot us have Faith
VOL. V. NO. 29.
D. W. CLARK,
(COMMINSIONKR'H CLKRK, FonKST CO., PA.)
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
HOUSES and Lots for Side and RENf
Wild Lands for Salo. 1
I have superior facilities for ascertaining
the condition of taxes anrl tax di-ods, Vn.,
and am therefore qualified to act Intelli
gently as agent of those living at a dis
tance, owning laiids In the County.
Oftlre In Commissioners Room, Court
House, Tlonesta, Pa.
4-41-ly. D. W. CLARK.
rnw. ntTiTRinos. rrn.
K- 0. DITHKIDUN, TreM.
T. A. WRIOHT. Sf.
UEM. W. llllHItMHIK.
THE SUPERIOR LUMBER CO.,
Pine Lumber, Lath, Shingles &c.
Illills od Tiontsta Creek, Forest Co., Pa.
Yard k Office tor. VJ i Rail Road Sts.,
Jos. Y. Gaul,
PRACTICAL Harness Maker and Rad
dler. Three doors north of Holmes
Houso, Tlonesta, Pa. All work is war
IICENCFD A UCTION I E R, will attend
J to all business in that lino promptly.
at reasonable rates. Address
WM. FELLERS. Newmanvllle,
l)-3m. Clarion Co. Pa.
B. D. D1THRIWIE
FORT PITT GLASS WORKS.
Established A. D. 1827.
QITHR1QGE & Satt,
Dithridge's xx Flint Glass
Silvered Glass Reflectors.
These chimneys do not break by heat.
Ask for DiTiuuoiiK.s. Take no other.
DITHRIDGE A SON,
25-ly. Pittsburgh. Pa.
New IJonriliiitf House.
MRS. S. 8. Iini.INOS has built a largo
addition to her house, and is now pro
pared to aceonimodateanumhcrof perma
nent boarders, and all transient ones who
may favor her with their patrona.ee. A
good stable has receui I v been built to ac
commodate the horses of guests. Charges
reasonable. Residence on Elui st,t oppo
site S. Haslet's store. 23-lv
s. S. JONES
GROCERY AND PROVISION STOKE
IN TIGNESTA .
HAVE Just brought on a complete and
carclully selected stock of
and everything necessary to the complete
stock ofa tirst-class Jrorery House, which
they have opened out at their establish
ment on Elm fcL, tirst door north of M. K.
A KD PRO VJSIOXS OF A LL KIXDS,
at the lowest cash prices. Goods warrant
ed to be of tli9 host quality. Cell and ex
amine, and we believe we can suit vou.
GEO. W. 1JOVARD A CO.
Jan. 0. '72.
Lloyd & Son,
WATER STREET, TI0XESTA, PA,
HAVE JUST OPENED an extensive
FLOUR AND FEED,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Which they oiler to the public at rates as
low as can be ottered by any other estab
lishment in town. Give us a call before
0-3m. LLO YD SON.
A 91 I 11 A V Is K X
Mr. Samuel Bell, of W. E. Schmertz 16
CfaVholosale Hoot and Shoe Mannlucjiir
ers, 81 Filth avenue Pittsburgh, Pa., has
been alllicted with chronic rheumatish for
tliiity years, ti-om his right hip to his foot,
having to use a crutch and a cane, at times
so painful as to utterly incapacitate hint
from attending i his business. Having
tried every remedy known, without effort,
except Gi'llilsnd's Pain Killer, he was
tiualiy induced to try it. A second applica
tion euinilcd him to lay aside his crulcli,
and a third etlected a permanent cure. Mr.
Bell is a popular aud well-known citizen,
is a living monument of the ctlacaey of
that great medical discovery, Gillilaud's
Fain Killer. The afllicted should ask their
grocer or drv.vgist lor it, and try its won
derful power. Mr. (.illiland, 'we under
stand, wants a respectable ag nt in every
town and county lor it. The principal oi
lice is at li Third Aveuuo, PiUabu, gh Pa.
that Right raakoa Might ; and
TIONESTA, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER '23, 1872.
PROCLAMATION OF GENER
Whereas, In and by an art of the General
Assembly of the Commmiwealth of Penn
sylvania," entitle.! 'An Act to rcgulHte the
General Election within this Common
wealth,' It Is enjoined iikh inn to give
public notice of snid elcetioii. and to
enumerate In said notieA what ollleer are
to be clectrd, I. E. L. Davis, High Slierid
of the county of Forct, do hereby mako
known anil give this public notice to iho
electors of the county of Forest, that a
General Election will Is-held in snid coun
ty, at which time they will vole bv ballit
Mr twenty-nine Kicrtors lor I'resiiieni ami
Vice President r the t'nllrd Slates, on tlo
FIRST TIESD1Y (I) OF OCTOBER, 1W,
at the several districts, vl. :
In Harnett township at Clarington school
In Green township at the house of L.
In Howo township at the house of C. F.
In Jonks township at the court house in
In Harmony township at Allondcr school
In Hickory township at Ball school I
In Kingsley township at Wheeler, Du
senbury Co'a sti.ro.
n Tionesta township at school house in
In Tl"rflS,fl borough at school house In
said bor.. ugh. . , .
Notice Is rereiiv given, i nni sny pram
excepting Just.'-"'" f h" '" ''""
hold anv otlice or h"Dolntmcnt of profit or
trust under the Unite.. ta!? ".r
or any city or corporated o rK', .!"',
commissioned ollleer ir otiiC'' ''j ,f
subordinate ollleer or agent who ts or
be employed under tho legislature, execu
tive or Judiciary department of this Mate,
or of any city, orot' any incorporated itis
trict, and also, that every member of Con- '
gress and of the State legislature, or of
tiio select or common council of any city,
or commissioners of pii v incorporated dis
trict, is by law incapable or holding or ex
ercising tit the time, the olllce or appoint
ment of judge, inspector or clerk of any
election of this Commonwealth, and that
no inspector, judgo or other ollleer of such
eloction shall be eligible to bo then voted,
Also, that in tho 41h section of tho act of
Assembly entitled "An act relating to
elections and lor other purposes," appro
ved April lUth l5tl, it is enacted that the
13th section shall not be so construed as to
prevent any militia or borough ollleer
from serving as J udge. Inspector or Clerk,
at any general or special e.cetion in this
I also give olllcial notice to tho electors
of Forest county that, by an act entitled
" An act further supplemental to the act
relative to the elections of this Common
wealth," approved April 17th, ltWlt, it Is
provided as lolluws :
. Skc. J. Ho it enacted by tho Scnato and
House of Representatives ol tho Coiumon
wdaltliof Pennsylvania in General Assem
bly met, and it is hereby enacted by au
thority of the same, That it shall be the du
ty of eao of tho assessors of this Com
monwealth, on the tirst Monday of Juno
of each year, to take up Iho transcript ho
has received in mi the county commission
ers under the eighth section or the act of
15th of April, 1834, and proceed to an im
mediate revision of the same by striking
therefrom the name of every person who is
known bv him to have died or removed
since the last previous assessment from tho
district of which he is the assessor, or
whose death or removal shall be made
known to him. and to add to tho same the
name of any qualified voter who shall be
made known to him.-tq have removed into
the district since the last previous assess
ment, or whose removal into the same
shall be or shall have been made known to
him, and also the names of all who make
claim to him to be qualified voters therein.
As soon as this revision is completed ho
shall visit every dwelling house in his dis
trict and make careiul inquiry il any per
son whoso name is on his list has uied or
removed from the district, and if so, to
take tho same thereirom, or whether any
qualilied voter resides therein whose name
is not on tho list, aud it so, to add tuosame
thereto, and in ail cases where a name is
added to the list a tax shall forthwith bo
assessed against the person, and toe asses
sor shall in all cases ascertain by inquiry
upon what ground the person so assessed
ciaims to be a voter. Upon the completion
of this worn it shall bo Hie duty ol each as
sessor as aforesaid to proceed to make out
a list in alphabetical order of the freemen
above twenty-one years of age claiming
to be qualities! voters in the ward, borough,
towiisiiip or district of which he is assess
or, and opposite to each of said uamesstate
whether said freeman is or is not a house
keeper, aud if he is, the number ol his res
idence, in towns where tiio same are num
bered, with the street, alley or court in
which situate,aiid it in a town where there
are no numbers, the uaiueol the street, al
ley or court on which said house irunts ;
also tho occupation of the person, and
where he is not a housekeeper, the occupa
tion, place o! boarding and with whom, and
if working for another, the name ot em
ployer, and write opposite each of said
names the word "voter," and whore any
person claims to vote by reasou ol natur
alization he shall exhibit his ccrtilicate
thereof to the assessor, unless he lias been
for five consecutive vears next preceding
a voter in said district ; and in ail casts
where the person has been naturalized, the
name si all bo marked with the letter "N."
Whoro tho person has merely declared his
intention to become a litizon and designs
to be naturalized beioro'lhe next election,
the name shall be marked "D. I." Where
tho claim to vote is by reason of being be
tween the ages of twenty-one and twenty
two, as provided by law, the word "age"
shall be entered, and if tho person lias
moved into the election district to reside
since the last general election the letter
" li." shall be plared opposite the inline.
It shall be 111 further duly of each assess,
or as aforesaid, upon the completion of the
duties herein imposed, to make a separate
list of all new assessment- made by him
and the amounts assessed upon each, and
furnish the same immediately to tiie com
missioners, who shall immediately add
tho names to tiie tax duplicates r.nd the
wards, township borough or district in
which they have lieeu assessed.
Skc. 2. Ou the list being completed and
the assessment made asaiorcsaid the same
shall be forthwith returned to the county
commissioners, who shall duplicate copies
of said lists, with the olivrviuions and ex
planations required to bo noted as aloie
said, to be ma., e out as soon us practicable
aud placed in the hands of the assessor,
who shall prior to the lirst ol August in
each year put one copy thereof on the
house where the election ot tiie respective
district is required to be held, and 1 euin
the other in his possession tor the inspec
tion, free ot charge, of any person residing
in the said election district who shall do-
, sire to see the same, and il shall be the du
ty of the same assessor to and, from time
to liuio, on iho personal application ol any
I ono claiming the right to vote, the twuue ot
in that Faith lot us to tho end, dare do our duty as we understand
such claimant, and mark opposite tho I hundred dollars, or to undergo an Impris
name "D. I." and immediately assess hlin onment not exceeding one year, or either
with a tax, noting in all cases, his occupa
tion, residence, whether a boarder or
house-kis'pcr. If a boarder with whom ho
Ixmrds, mid whether naturnlixed or do
dirnitnr to lie, marking In all such ca-es (
the letters opsisito tho name 'N.' or "D. (
I," as the ruse may boj If the person
rlaimitigto he assessed lie naturalized, ho '
shall exhibit to the assessor his certificate '
of naluralixatlon and If he claims that he '
dosiuns to lie naturalized Isvfore the next
ruining election, he sha I exhibit hiscer
tilicMle of declaration of intentions; in all
cases where any ward, borough, township
or election district Is divided Into two or
more preeinrtn, the asncswor shall note in
a'l his assessments theelis-iion precinct in
which each elector resides, and shall make
a separate return for each to the county
commissioners In all rases in which a re
turn is required of him by the provisions
of this act; and the count v commissioner
In making duplicate copies of the names
of the voirrs in each precinct separately,
aud sfisll furnish the same to the assessor,
and the copies required by this act to be
ti'.ai'ed on the dr of or oil lection places
on or licfore tin first day of August in each
year, shall be plaiwt mi the door of or ou
the election plai-e in oaehofsai I precincts.
Mir, 3 Alter tho assessments shall have
Im en completed on tho truth day prece
ding the sreond Tuisvlay of Octob -r in
each year, the assessor shall, on the Mon
day immediately tollowing.make a return
to the counly commissioners ol the names
of all Hrsoua assessed by him sim-fl the
return required to i'c msde uy mm nv tiie
Mssind MS'tion of this art, noting opssite
earh name the observations and explana
tion required to l noted as aforesu;.!,an!
the count commissioners thereupon
cause the same to Is? added to the returns
required bv the second s'tion of tills act,
and a full and correct copy to be made,
1V'ita?"'"lf "", nanus, of all isrsons so re
turned aJ re."'dent tax shies in said ward,
tM.ronirh. town!sp or precinct, and fur
nish the same tngelhe.' the ncressary
election blank to the olllcrf.s o. the elec
tion in said want, Imrougli, township r
precinct, on or before six o'rhs'k on lu?
morning of the first Tuesday of November,
aud no man sha'l Is) permitted to vote at
the election ou that day whose naino is not
on said list, unless he shall make proof of
his right to vote, a hereinafter required.
Skc. 4 On the day of e'ectlon anv person
wliose name I not on the said list, and
claiming tho right to vote at said rlis-tiou,
shall pnsluce at least one qualified voter
of tho dlstrirt as a witness to the residenc
of the claimant in the district in which he
claims to be a voter, for a ei iod of at least
ten day next preceding said election,
which witness shall take and subscribe a
written, or partly written and partly
printed atlidavil. to the fact slated by him,
which atlidavil ahull clearly define where
the residence Is of iho mtsoii so claiming
to bo a voter, and the person claiming tho
right to vote shall also take aud subscribe
to a written, or partly ritlrn and partly
printed allidavit, staling that to the lsst of
. ids knowledge and belief when and where
: lie was born ; that he is a cilixcti of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania aud of
, tho United States s that he has resided in
i the Commonwealth one year, or if former
ly a citizen therein, and has moved there
from six months pree ding audi election f
' that he has not moved Into tho cli'.r!"t for
the purpose of voting therein ; that ii a
paid a ntaio or county lax within two vears
, which was assessed at least ten days before
said election ; and, if a naturalized citizen,
also slato when, where and by what court
, ho was naturalized, and shall also produce
his certificate of naturalization for exi-mi-I
nation; the said hllldavit shall also slate
I when and where the tax claimed to bo paid
' by tho allidavit was assessed, and wlien,
I where, and to whom paid, and th3 tax re-
reipt therefor shall be produced for exiim
; inatiou, unless tho ailiant shall ntati in his
I allidavit that it has been lost or destroyed,
i or that ho never received any, but if" the
1 person so claiming t!u right to vote shall
; take and subscribe an allidavit that ho is
! a native born citizen of the United Nu Us,
or ft tsirn cisowiicrc, shall st.tte that fact 1:1
his allidavit, or shall produce evidence
that lie has been naturalized or thut he is
entitled to citizenship by reason of bis
father's naturalizidioa ; and shall furdier
statu in his allidavit that hul l, at tic time
; of taking tho aihduvit, bet wish tneu.-e of
tweuty-oue and twenty-two years; that he
has resided in the suite one year aud iu
i the district ten days preceding such rice
! tion, he shall be entitled to vole, although
ho shall not have paid taxes ; the said alh
davits of the witnesses to their residence
shall be preserved by the election board,
and at the close of tho election they shall
be enclosed Willi tho list of voters, tally
list and other paper required by law to I.e.
filed by the return Judges with the pro.
thonotary, and shall remain ou file I here
with at the protnonotarv s oilice, subject
to examination as other election papers
are; if the election ollleer shall find that
the applicant or applicants sssesa all the
legal qualilicalions of voters, he or they
shall be pel milted to vote, and the name
or names shall be added to the list of taxa
bies by tho the election oilier, the word
"tax" "being added when the claimant
claims to vole on tax, and the word "age"
when he claims toote ou age, the same
words being added bv the clerk iu each
case respectively on llio list of person vo
ting at sucii elections.
Skc, S. It shall be lawful for any quail
tied citizen of the district, notwithstanding
the name of the promised voter is con
tained ou the list of resident taxable, to
challengo the vole of Mic!i ;.,in, v here
upon tho sumo proof of right of sullra .-e as
is liow required by law shall lie publicly
ma ie and acted upon by the rlis tion board
and tho vote admitted or rejected, accord
ing to tho evidence; every person chinning
to lie a iiaturalizeilcitieu shall be required
to produce his naturalization ccrtilicate at
theelji-liou brforo voting, except ho has
been for ten years consecutively a voter iu
the district in which he oilers his vote; and'
on tho vote of such person bring received
it shall be the duty of lh: election oilto r
to who or ulamp oil such rei li.icalo the
word "voted," Willi the liioiilh and year,
and if a. ly election olhcrr oroillcrrs shall
rrrciva a d"oud vote on die same day, by
virtue of the same certillcale, excepting
wl.ee i.;ns are entitled to vole by the nat
uralisation of tli -i r fathers, Ihi v and the
person who shall oiler such a ui on, I vole,
upon so otleudiiig shall bo deemed guilty
of high inliidviiieuiior, an ou conviction
there, il 'be lined and imp. isoned, or ix.lh,
at Hie discretion of the court, but the line
shall not exceed one bundled dollar in
each rase or Iho imprisonment one xar;
file like punishment shall l.r indicted, on
conviction, ou the oibceis ot rlei lion u t.o
shitll nceje t or relus lo mnUe.or cause to
be made, the eiiiloj-sruieiil rrqiuns: a
aloresuuion said iiuturaliMllou cri uiicaUm.
tsr:c. II. If any elcc lion odicer shall re
fuse or neglect lo require such prom ol the
right of sullrage as is required by thn. htvt ,
or iho law to u Inch tins is a supplement,
from any clsuii ollermg to Vole whose
name is not ou the list o assessed voters,
or whose right lo vole is challenged by
any qualified voter requiring sucii pi oof,
ev ery person so otfcliding shall upon ism
viction be dinned guilty of a high inlsdo
liirauor, aud hull be suulrnrud. tor eveiy
otlense, to pay a tino not exceeding ouo
or both, at the discretion of tho court.
Skc. 7. Ten days preceding every elec
tion for electors for President ami Vice
President of the United Stales, It shall bo
the duly of the assessor to attend at the
place required by law for holding the elec
tion in eacn election district, and then ami
there hear all applications of persons
whose names have been omitted from the
list of assessed voters, who claimed the
right to vole, or whose right have origin
ated since the same was made out, and
shall add the name of audi persons there
to as shall show that they are entitled to
the right of suffrage in such district, en
tho personal application of the claimant
only, and forthwith assess them with the
proper tax. After completing f he list, a
cipy thereof shall be placed on tho door of
or on the house where the election is to be
held, at least eight days before the election;
and at the election tho same course shall
be pursued in all respects as Is required
by this act and tiio net; to which this is a
supplement, at the general election in Oc
toluir. Tiie assessor shall also make, the
same returns to the county commissioners
of all assessments made Cy virtue of this
section ; and the county commissioners
shall furnish onp'es thereof to the election
olliecrs in each district, in like manner, in
all respects, as is required at the general
election in ocioocr.
Sfx.-. H. Tho respective assessors, Inspec
tors and judges of tho election shall each
havo the power to administer oaths to any
H'roi, riaiMiiog me i igoi. 10 ue assesseu
or the right of suffrage, or In regard to any
other matter or thing required to be dune
or inquired into by a iy of ;;!; officers un
der this act, nr.u any w ilful false swearing
by any person in relation to any matter
concerning which they shall be lawfully
Interrogated by any of said otllcers, shall
be punished as perjury.
Skc. 10. The assessors shall each receive
tho same compensation for the time neces
sarily spent iu performing their duties
hereby enjoined as is provided by law for
tho performance of their other duties, to
1st paid by tho county commissioners as in
i o.'her cases: and it shall not bo lawful for
an,' tie ."son to assess a tax against any per
s n vvhaicvei' within ten days next prece
ding the election t be held on the second
Tuesday of October, in any year, or within
ten dav's next belore anV election for elec
tors of President and VicJ President of
the United Slates; any violation of this
provision shall be a misdemeanor, and
subjecting the otllcers so offending to a tine
on conviction not exceeding one hundred
dollars, or to imprisonment not exceeding
three months, or both, at tho discretion Of
the con. rt.
Kko. II. On pe'ltion of five or more cit
lzonnf tho county, stating under oath that
thoy verily believe that frauds will be
practiced at tho election about to bo held
in any district, it shall be tho duty of the
Court of Common Pleas of said county, if
in session, if not a judge thereof in vaca
tion, to appoint two judicious, sober and
intelligent citizens of tho county to act as
ove. -jeer of said election ; said overseers
shall be selected from different political
parties, w here the inspectors belong to dif
ferent parties, and where botli inspectors
belong lo the same political party both of
the overseers shall be taken from the op
posite H)litical party ; said overseers shall
have the right lo be present witli the otll
cers Cf !h" election during tho whole time
thes'6 is held, the votes counted and the
rctun.s mauC "" ", '.'.V tho elec
tion ofllcers ; to kee,, a ... tko voters it
they aeo proper; to challenge aii.V J'erson
ollermg to vote, and to interrogate hi m and
hiii witnesses, under oath, in regard to his
right of sullrage at said elcclion, and to
cxainino liiii papers produced; and tho
ofllcers of said ejection are required to af
ford to said overseers so selected and ap
pointed every convenienceand facili'y tor
tho di.uharge of their duties: aud if said
election olliecrs shall refuse to permit said
overseers lo be present mid perform their
duties as aforesaid, or if they shall be
driven away from the polls by violence or
intimidation, all tho vote polled at such
election district may bo rejected, by uny
t. ibiinal trving a ronlest under the said
eb rtion : Provided, that no person siguihg
Ihe petition shall be appointisl anoverseer.
M;r. 1-. If any prothonotary, clerk, or
deputy of either, or any other jicrson shall
allix the seal ofof ice loany naturalization
paper, or permit the same to heallixod, or
give out, or cause, or permit the same to
be given out, in lib.uk, whereby it may be
fraudulently used, or furnish a "naturaliza
tion paper to any person who shall not
have Veen duly examined and sworn iu
open (sunt, iu the presence (d some of the
Judge thereof, according to tho act of
Congress, or shall aid iu, or connive at, or
iu anv way permit the issue of any fraud
ule t nat ill al ir.ation cell hcatcs, ho shall be
guilty of a louh misdemeanor ; or il any
one shall fraudulently use any such cerlif
icai of nat oral mil Ion, k rowing lhat it was
fraudulently issued, or shall Yolo or at
tempt to vote thereon, or if any one shall
vote or attempt to Vole on any ccrtilicate
of naturalization not issued to him, he
shall lie guilty of a high misdemeanor;
and either or any ol the pirmuis, their aid
er or als'ttor,snHll on con viction Imj lined
in a muiii not extsssiiug one thousand dol
lars, and imprisonment iu the priqa-r pen
itentiary for a period nol exceeding three
Sr.c. IS. Any person who, on oath or af
firmation belore any court of Hits .Mate, or
oltlrer authorized to administer oaths,
shall, to pi's ure a certificate of naturaliza
ti'.u, ior himself or any other person, wil
Hilly depose or alhrm any matter to be
facts, know lug the same lo 1st true, shall
la uuillv of perjury; and any certllicale of
naturalization issued in pursuance ut any
such dcH!.itioii, declaration or allirma ioii
shall Isi null and Void ; ami il shall be the
duly of the court issuing the same, upon
prtsif being made belore il thai il was
fiaudulcully obtaiuisl, to take immediate
measure for rtsrallitig the same lor can
cellation; and any s-rson w bo shall vole
orallempt to vole on any psprr so ob
tained, or shall any way aid In, eouuiveal
or have any agency whatever in the issue,
circulation or useni any fraudulent naturs
alizuilou rcrliticatc, shall t deemed guilty
ol a misdemeanor, and Uhiii isiuvictiou
thereof snail undergo imprisonment in the
nileiitiai y lor m-l mote than two years,
and pav a lino of not more than one thou
sand dollars, or culler ur both, al the dis
cretion ol Ihe is out.
Skc. II. A ny assrsior, election ollleer (r
si s4u ap is tin ted as un overseer, w h shall
neglect or rriusc to pcitorm any doty ( u
JoiimsI by this act, aithool legal eaii-e,
shall Is sulis I to a siialty of one hun
dred dotlais, and if any assessor shall as
sess anv sison as a voler who is ul
qualilied, or lelir to n-scs any one w lei
I qualilird, be shall Is; de, mi d godly ol a
llilsdellll rtllor III oilier, ami ou conv ictloll
br punish d by line and imprisonment,
ami sul'iect loan aclioii tor dsmage bv the
s-rsou agguevisl, and if any n"ii shall
fiaudiileul.y add l, dcluco or destroy a
lisi ol vo eis mu lu out as directed by tin
act, or Icar do n or r mo e lh .iiiiiv liom
tho place w here It I. a Iss u Idcl, with
liauduli lit or iiiuM-hiehoti ml nt, or lor
any improper pin js.sr, Ihr s.iit so of
frud.lig shall la, guilty of a high llllsilr.
luealior, al.d (ll (sttiv tele 'it bha't Is. pu,
i tailed by a line not e'-rdua' live hundred
$2 PER ANNUM.
dollar or Imprisonment not exceeding
two yeais, or both, at the discretion of the
Sec 15. All elections hereafter held, tin
der the laws of this Commonwealth, the
polls shall be opened between the hours of
six and seven o cnx-K a. in., and closed al
seven o clock: p. in.
Kk IB. It shall be thedutv of thrSeere-
tary of the Commonwealth, to prepare
forms for all the blanks made necessary
by thin art, and furnish copies of the same
loan the county commissioners ol tne sev
eral counties of the Commonwealth ; and
the county commissioners of each county
shall, as soon as necessary after the receipt
of the same, at the proper ex ponse, of the
county, procure and furnish to nil the
election olliecrs of the election districts of
their respective counties, copies of such
blanks, Iu such quantities as may lie ren
tiered necessary for the discharge of their
dunes under tins act.
Sec. 17. That citizens of this State tern
rorarily in the service of the State or the
initad States Government, on clerical or
oilier duty, and who do not vote where
thus employed, shall not bo deprived
thereby of tiio right to vote in their several
election districts if otherwise, duly quali'
Pursuant to the provisions contained In
tho 7(th section of the act tirst aforesaid, the
Judges of the aforesaid districts shall rep
resentativeiy take charge of the certificates
of return of'tlia election of their respective
districts, and produce them at ameetingof
-ne judge from eacn district, at tne bor
ough of Tionesta, on the third day after
me election, being f lUDAX, tkk utu
PAY Of NOVUM UER, ISTAthen and there
to perform the duties required by law of
Also, that where ajudgo, by sickness or
unavoidable accident, is unable to attend
Biich meeting of judges, then the certificate
of return shall be taken charge of bv one
of the inspectors or clerks of election of
the district, who shall do and perform tho
duties of said judge unable to attend.
E. L. DAVIS, Sheriff.
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business in the limits ol the circulation of
toe paper to advertise lilierallv.
A Mattar tf Satisfaction.
Not a lifttl story is told at the cxprnso
of n most (lintiiiL'tiislicil citizen
of Philadelphia. It seems that a din
tier party was in prodrug during' the re
cent brilliant display of northern
lights, and this pentlemnn, stepping
out to cool his burning brow, was
started by the display around the fros
ty polo. He stood perfectly amazed;
then turning t tho window he caw
within, the wife of his bosom, sill ins
with the ladies, waiting- for their lieno
lords to dispose of their thnnipnigno
and cigars. Tushing aside tho cur
tains, he beckoned Mrs. Agnes to conut
out. She complied, when he suid to
her solemnly :
" Wagties, d'ycr see anything cs
tronery iiok ?"
" Yes, Djlly. I ?ee you have been
drinking too much wine."
"Jvol not that, Wngnes. I mean
extroncry phoruomonuius in atmos
phere." "Why, where, Dolly?"
" Upper yonder, Wagnrs."
"Oh. dear me! ves, I do, indeed
the most brilliunt aurora that 1 havo
" Wagnes, are thing3 ehootin'?"
" Yes, dear."
"And a flashin', iragnes?"
"An' a sorter sprcadiu' an daue'ui',
" All that, my dear."
"Ho! ho!" laughed tho husband,
much relieved. '' Do you know, Jlng
nes I ineaa Ungues when I cntno
out and saw the celestial phnrnoiuo
nutns a glowin' upper yonder, Mowed
ell'cr didn't think I was drunk!"
The Fair Sex. .
A Chicago advertisement lor throo
lady copyists brought in two days an
influx of 24U beautifully writteu let
An old lady in Brookfield, over
eighty years oi'age, took her first rido
on the cars lust week. "Gracious!
what makes things git up and go so?"
was all she could say, as the irou bursa
tore over the course.
An e'derly maiden lady, hearing for
the first time that mutches are mtido
in Heaven, declared fhe uidn't euro a
straw bow soon the left this sinful
world for a better laud.
Jones thought a little more affection
at home might secure more palatably
dinners, aud in the evening he ad
dressed Mrs. Junes, in nn endearing
toiie, as "sweetest." S?he took it quiet
ly, raoely asking who tho others were.
'So you are going to keep a school?'
said a young lady to her maiden auut.
"Well, for my purt, sooner than that!
would marry a widower with nine
children." "I would prefer that my
self," was the quiet reply, "but whore's
Some of the ultra fushionnblo ladies
have introduced a new custom, or ruth
er rendopted a very old one. When
an acqttaiutauce culls and is so unfor
tunate as to find the ladies out, in
stead of being asked to leave his curd,
he is requested to inscribe his name iu
a haudcoiuo visiting book.
A couple of Cincinnati girls who
had boen to see the " .Black Crook,"
appeared in the streets of thut city tho
oilier day with so little clothing that a
blushing constable took them into cus
tody, 'i he Judge said to the oilieer:
" Let them go for the present, tio to
all the public places of amusement in
this city, where the women aio inoio
exposed than these two girls, aud ar
A Welsh clergyman applied to hi,
diocesan for a living. The bishop
promised bun otic, but as tho clergy
tnati was taking his leave ho expressed
a hope that his lordship would not
send him to tho interior of the princi
pality, as his wife could not speak
Welsh. " Vour wife, sir!" suid the
biohop, "what has your wife todowitlt
it? 8ho does not prer.ch, does she?"
" No, my lord," said tho pursou, " but
A young wotuau from Tidioute, IV,
went to Chicago a few days ago, iu
search ofa young mu'.i who l.ud trilled
with her ulfcctiniis and her purse. The
aid ofa detective was secured, and he
soon brought the wronger and tho
wro:igd fiice to face. The young man
was contrite, restoring on the spot ?7j0
of the money he hud taken liom tho
woman, and ugreeing to marry her,
A Catholic clergyman was culled upon,
who set all straight by marrying tho
At Meridei), Conn., a lady of about
sixty summers hud just inanied and
was traveling with her spouse. Sim
was so delighted thut she wauled tho
people to rejoice with her. iso meeting
a friend there she suid to her in a loud
tuue, evidently intended to be heard
by all in tho depot: " I am married,
aud am taking my weildiu' tuner, ami
these are my weddin' clothes, uud that
is my husband u cumin'." And yet
tliero are many people who could iut
in tike a like boust under the stiine cir
cumstances. It is very like w hat IV rv
llyacinthc is dino;,
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