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• EL" ECTION PROCLAMATION.
FIedURSETANT to an act of the General As
. .sembly of the Commonwealth - cot INlTlD.Sylvartia,,en
' "An Act relating to ElectiOns in this Conattion
wghtfh,” approVed the 2d day of July, A. D., one thou
ghnd eight hundred and thirty-nineA'W W . JENNINGS,
Sheriff of the county of Dauphin, Pennsylvania, do here
by make known and give notice to ,the electors of the
county aforesaid, that an election will be held in thesaid
county of Dauphin, ON THE EIGHTH DAY OF NO
VEMBER, A. D., 1864, at which time electors for a PRE
SIDENT and VICE PRESIDENT of the United States will
ALSO HEREBY i t fAKE KNOWN AND GIVE NOTICE
that the places of holding the aforesaid general election
imam several wards, boroughs, districts and townships
comity of Ditiphin, are as follows, to wit :
The election for the First Ward in the City of Harris
burg, shall be held at the Public School House, at the
„Vogler_ .of Mary's aPeYand.Fsent street.
who. alectitin la the SeCon*Ward, shall be held at the'
~ , g_ist, o ol Home. 4 . 4 earner of Dewberry alloy Had
'eheetnut facet '
The election far..the Third Ward, shall be held , at the
ikkoni House in „Witnut street, between eccond and
. The election for the Fourth Wand, shall he held at Hie
Public School House is Slat street, between Second and
The election for the Fifth Ward, shall be hel.l at the
house belonging to General John Forster, on the Slateroad
leading from toe reservoir grounds to the Pennsylvania
State Lunatic Hospital.
The election in the Sixth Ward, a all be held at the
Market House in West Harrisburg.
For the township of Su,quelanna, at Miller's (now Nis
ley's) school house.
For the township of Lower Swatare, at the school house
)fo. I, in Highspire.
Far the teWeehShip of Swatara, at the Locust Grove Inn
For the borough of Middletown, at the Brick School
house, in Pine street, in said borough.
For the township of Londonderry, hi the Public House
of Joseph Helper, in said township. • '
For the township of West Londonderry, atthe house of
Christian Neff, in saidtownshir.
For the township of Conewago, erected out of pans of
the townships of Londonderry and Derry, at the house of
Christian Foltz, (now Jno.6. Foltz,) in said township.
For the township of Derry; at the public house of Dan
iel Baum, In Hummelstpwn, in said township.
For the township of South Hanover, at the public house
of George Honker, in said township.
• For thotowunhip of East Hanover, at the public hones
of Maj. Shell, (now Boyer's,) In said township.
For the township of West Hanover, at the public house
of Jacob Rudy, (now l'ocle',.) in said township.
For the iownshitior I.,txton. at Hua pudic house
of Robert Gilchrist, (how 5... is said township.
For the township of Middle at the public house
of Joseph Cockley, in said township. -
For the trownship of Rush, at the house belonging to
the estate of the late John McAllister, dec'd, now occupied
by David Ablest, is said township..
For the township of Jefferson, at tto house or Christian
Bodoni,. in soul township.
For the towii , Mio or ,f ,c of r at the boo :1.• now sena
pied ti); John Bixtur, at Biller's mill, in said twnship.
For the township or Halifax, at the North Ward School
Holt e, in the towu.of Halifax.
For the township 'or R,x'd. at the new School House on
Duncan's fslsiid. towio-Mip.
For - the borough of ifilleralturg, at tho wiud.w next to
the north-oast corner on the east si e of tbe ueiv-Skihoot
House, situate on Middle street, in the borough of Mll
lersburr, in the county of :
For the township of Upper Paxton, at the window next
to the north-west corner on the west sido of the: New
School House, situate on Middle street, in rho Borough
of Milleeaborg, in the county of Dauphin.
For the borough of Uniontown, at the public boats of
For the township of Mifflin, at the public house of Mi:
(awe] Enterline, (now Benj. Bordner,) Berrysburg, in .
For the township of Washington, at the public house
now occupied by Matilda Wingert, in said township.
For the township of Lykoos, at the public house of Sol
omon Loudens lager, (now Reiter,) in the borough of Gratz.
For the borough of Gratz, at the public house of;-...solo
mon Loudenglager, (now Keiser,) ineald borough.
For the township of Winninisco, at the School House No.
6, in said township. • -
I also, for thei nformation of the electors of the enmity .
of Dauphin, publish theibtlowleg sections of acts of the
General .Assembly, enacted during the cession of 1853,,te
WEST LONDONDERRY—PIace ElecticOt
Also. sections 1 and 3, page 104, pamphlet fawi, ap
proved the 18th day of March, 1857, tdv---“Ttiat tha edit
wens of the township of Londonderry, in the county 01
Dauphicyformerly embraced in the Portsmouth election
libitrict,logeiher with such other citizens of said tpwo
ship.realditig;.west of the public road leading.from i Port
Royal to r
Nissles mill, in said township, shall 'hereafter
bold their generiki and. special. elections at the hocke 01
Christian Neff, in said tewnship:? ,
district shall.hereatter.--be. known as
Westiondcarderry election district.
BUSE 'ICtWNSIIIP—P/ace• of Election.
Whereas the place of holding the elections in the fown
ship of Rush, Dauphin county,was bylaw at School house
number three in said township: Aud whereas, there is
no such School house, therefore--Section 1. Be it matted
by the Senate and House or Eepresentatiwur 114.Coininon
orPenusyluamia in General Assembly met, And: it is
hereby selected • by the authority of the same, That the
general and township elections of Rush Township, Dauphin
County, shall beheld at belonging to the estate
of the lato'doe - 411134q7 .. deceitsed, now occupied by
David,.4l . 4l44s:B4:piuniplEfiklalvit, 1858.
I also Matilatiowliand, , give notice, as In and by the
• 13th seetlCey-cf- the,:albreeekl act I Am directed, "'that
every pentrt;iestitPtiniiiettiChii:Of.the peace, who Shall
hold anr...efficieoeappnhattheisteryirefif or trust under the
govermsesiif Of "ffielLnited . States, pier this State, or any
city or ifieorlietankt dietrict, whether a commissioned of
ficer or otiierwtte,A subordinate officer, or agent, who is
or shall be employed under the legislative ; judiciary, Or
4 executive department of this State or the - United States, or
of any city or incorporated district, and also, that every
member of Congress and the State Legislature,. md of the
select : and:common council of any city, commishfoners of
any incorporated district, is by life hicapalile of holding
or exercising at the same time the office or appointment
of judge, inspector or clerk of any election of this Com
monwealth, and that nn inspector •e• judge, or, other 'eel
ear of any sect. electue:, be eJeilee. to aay office
then to bet - voted for."
Also, that in the fourth section of the act of Assembly,
entitled "An Act relating to executions, and for other
purposes," approved Apriil.C, 1340. it is enacted that the
aforesaid 13th section
"shall not be so construed as to
prevent any militia officer or borough officer from sere
. lug as judge, inspector or clerk at any general or special
election In this Commonwealth "
Also, that In the•Blst section ..of.said act,, it is enacted,
thet every general and special elections shall be 'opened
between the hours of eight and ten in the forenoon, and
snail continue without interruption or adjourment until
seven o'clock in, the evening, when the polls shall be
No person shall be permitted to vote at the election,
as aforesakl, - but a white 'freeman of the age of twenty
one years or more, who shall have resided in this State
at least one year,
.and in the election district where `he
offers to vote at least ten days immediately preceding
such election, and within two years paid a state or county
.tax, which shall have been assessed at least ten days pe
fore the election. But a citizen of the.llttited States who
has previously beau a qualified voter of this State and re
moved therefrom and returned,-iutd*;ib shalt have re
sided in the election district and paid taxed 'es aforesaid,
shall be entitled to vote after residing in tlds . State six
months : Provided, That the white freenien, citizens: of
the United States, between the ages of 21... and 22 years,
and have resided in the. dlection 'district ton days, as
aforesaid, shall be entitled to vote, although they shall
not have paid taxes.
• The•general election shall be held and conducted by the
iespeetors and judges elected as aforesaid, and by clerks.
appointed as hereinafter provided. ,
"No person shall be admitted to vote whose name Is
not contaiued in the list of taxable inhabitants furnished
by the commissioners, unless: First, he produces a receipt
fir the payment within two years, ,of a state or county
tax, assessed agreeably to the con.stiisation, and give sails
faetory evidence, either on his own oath Or affirmation, or
the oath or affirmation of another, that, he has paid such
a tax, or on failure to produce a'recelpt, shall make oath
Of the payment thereof ; or, Second, If he claim a vote by
being an elector bdtween the ages of 21 and 22 years ,be
shah depose an oath or affirmation that he has resided - in
the Slate at least one year betbre his application, and make
tack Foci of his residence in the district as is required
by Mis act, and that he does verily believe - from the an.
Routes given him that he is of the ago aforesaid, and grits
soon other evidence as is required by this aet,"whereepon
the name of the person so admitted to vote, shall be inser
ted is the alphabetical list by the inspectors and note
made opposite thereto by writing the word . 'tax,' if he
sham Ist admitted to vote by reason of having paid tax ,or
the word 'age,' if he shall be admitted te vote by reason
s each age, and shall be called out to who the clerks;
shall make the like notes in the list of voters kept by theta..
"la* cases where the name of the person claiming to
vote i# not found on the list furnished by the commission
ers 10:4 1, 114BeSSOT, . gr. his right. to vote, whether found
thorint- enet, is objected to by any qualified citizen, it
thew hie,th l e duty ef,the inspectors - M . examine such per
son eta oath 'as to its qoallileations, and if he claims to
'' ISA resided within the State for one year or more hie
• oath will be sufficient proof thereof, bat shall make proof
by at least one competent witness, who shall be a qu o it_
:died .elector, that he• has resided within the district for
more then ten Is vs next immediately preceding said
• election, and duo: tie himself - WOW thatl3l, bona tide
residence in pursuance of hie' lastrfel calling is within, the
datrict;•and that he did not rem6Ve into said- district for
I llte - purgessi of voting therein, .
"Every person qualified as aforesaid, and who shall
Make due proof, if required, of his residence and pay , :
InefiCattaxes as aforesaid, shall be admitted to..Veite in
ward;or district in whleh lie abrarriiside
"lisini• Person gist' -Prompt. or attemptsio.provent
nynfficer of any election under this act fromtheiding shell
election, or use or threaten Say violence to any such efEl l
-teriorshalliabe upttrimproperlrilithrTera c to I: a
execution of. hia.dut3c -Or shall block sm . the RM.;
(Waste" avenue tosey.seledow where the same may'-h&
hoillberier Shalirlotously disturb the peace at such elee
tnnivertdvffillstrorprouttcelfitifffitlitifig tbitalt,forna . -Arr
violent*, With a deal ,'to Zhatffience unduly or overawe:
any shatter, or to prevent from voting, of restrein the i
freedmxcof chatce, - teaCtfli , _on• no ,ball: idAnedla tylgun net weedfng 'fl'en-tislintret'defier,
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and imprisoned for any time not lase than one month nor I hereby certify, that' OD,E F ; judges , and ,T IF cad
more than twelve months, and If It shall be shown to the L if, clerks, were; before proceeding to take any Voter, at
Court where the trial of. such offence shall be had, that 'paid election, first duly sworn, or affirmed, as arpras a t•f,
the person so offending was not a resident of the city, ',•:' Witnesamy hand this ' day of , Ai:no
ward, or district, or township where the said offence was -Domini one thonsandreightthundred and .
comndtted, and not entitled to vote therein, then, on eon. - . . s AB, Judge of eleclire
victiffin he shall be sentenced to pay a line of not less I certify that :A, B, judge aforesaid, was a'so so se in
than one hundred dollars or more than one thousand dol. (or of rined) by me.
tars, andhe imprisoned not less than six months or more Witness my hand, the data before written.
than two Years- ' ' ' ,
"In unsettle person who shallhave received the second :...EC. 16. A retail!, in writing, shall be made in e .ch
highest number of votes for'inspector shall net attend on poll book , setting forth in words at length, the wiqie
the day of, election, then the person who - shall haVo ra number of ballots cast for each office, (except balldts re
ceived the next highest number of votes for judge at the jected,) the name of each person voted far; mud the•noni
spring election shall act as inspector in his place.:-- T. ,dercif votes given to each person, for etre-ix..
Oiled by Ihe ' different ottlite ;
And in case the person who shall have received' the Itigh•i• Which _return shall be certified as Correct,
eat number of votes for inspector, shall not attend, the - , ;; judges, and attested by the clerks ; Amok return shah be
person elected judge shall appoint an inspector in his substantially as follows :
place, and in case the person elected- shall not attend, then At an election held by the electors of company
the inspector who received the tighest,.nermber, of: votes of the regiment of Pennsylvania soldiers, at (nam
shall appoint a judge inhis plea's' or if any vaeallby Shall tug the place where the election is held) there were (Barn
continue in the board for the space of one - hOur after the ing the number in words, at length) rotes east for
time fixed by law for the opening of the : election, the - the office of governor, of which A B had votes,
qualified voters of the township, ward, or district for C D had votes ; for Senator, votes were
which said Officer shall have been elected, present ht the cast, of which E F had votes, aII had
place of election, shall select ode 'of their numher to fill votes; fpr Representatives, votes were east, of
such 'vacancy. . which JIK had votes, .L 11 had votes; and in
"Itshall be the duty of the several assessors, respec. 7. the same manner as to any other officers voted for.
Lively to attend at the place of holding every, general, At the end of the return, the judges shall certify, in
special or tom:edit eidction, during the time said election substance, as follows, giving, if officers, their rank and
is kept open, for thtipurpose of giving inffirmation to the number of their regiment, if privates, the number of their
inspectors and judgesivhen called on, in, relation to . .the regiment and company,, viz:
right of any Person assessed by them to vote at such A true return of the election, held as aforesaid, on the
elections, or such ether matters in relation to the assess- • • day of , Anno Lionfini one thousand eight
ment of voters as the said inspectors, or either of Ahem hundred and .
shall from tine to time require." - . , I.
A 13, Captain company A, one hundred and thirty-first regi-
MIMING OF =rims nuns. . ' t inept, Pexuasylvania volunteers.
Pursuant to the, provisions contained in the Illth section CD, company A, one hundred and thirty-first regiment,
of the act affiresaid, the judges of the afgresaid Ws- Pennsylvania Volunteers
teats shall respectively take charge of the certificate or EF, company A, one hundred, and thirty.tirat regiment,
return of the election of their resrective &Dicta, and Pennsylvaniavolunteers
produce - them at a meeting of one judge from earth dis
trict, at the city of Harrisburg, on the third . day
after the day of the election, being FRIDAY, the.lfth day
of October, then and there to do and pertorm„the duties
required by law of said judges.
Also, that where a judgeby sickness or unavoidable ac
cident, is unable to attend such meeting of judges, then
the certificate or return . aformaid 'shall be takbn charge
of by one of the' insixotore or, clerics of the eleCtion of
said district, who shall do and perferm the dutieStequired
of said jpdges fixable' to attend. - ' i
The ferfewiuggthe pill allowing the soldiers to vote :
AN ACT to teguUteelections,by soldiers in actualthiaary
Somme 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and •Irplik-Pl:ReP
resents/fres cif the Cean *on . wealth of Pennsyleano . i.. 4 Gpt
enzt Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted. by Uricitreforify
of the same, That whenever any of the qinditlacteleetors of
this Commonwealth shall be in any actual military service,
ender' a requisition from the. President of the 'Crated
States, or by the authority of this Cummenerealth, and as
such, absent from their place of resldence,.on thei days
appointed by law for holding the general:_ ot Preiddutial
elections within this State, or on the Elks:tot holding
special elections, to fill vacancies, suckeleptith shalt be
entitled, at finch times,"to exercise the tight of ;Suffrage,
as Dilly as If they were present at thelr usual .pl4ert of
election.% in the manner' hereinafter - .l)tescribeil, and
whether at the time' of Voting, Such electors shell be
wiihiu the limas of this Stale Pr not; and glo tight of
Noting shall not be affected, in any:winner; by the factor
the voter having been credited to any Other locality than
the place of his actual residence, byteason Of the peyment
to him of local borfaty by such other locality.
See. 2. A poll shall - be opened in each companY,;com
posed, in whole or in part, of Pennsylvania soldiers, at the
quarters of the captain, or other officer thereof, and all
electors, belonging to such company, who shall be within
one mile of such quarters [ on the day of oleci ion, and not
prevented by order of their commanders, or proximity of
the enemy, from' returning to their company quarters,
shall Vote. at such poll, and at no other place ; officers,
other than those of a company, and other voters, detached
and absent from their companies, or in any military or
naval hospital, or in any vessel, or navy yard, may vote
at such other polls as may be most convenient for them,
and when there shall be ten, or more, voters at any place,
who shall be unable to attend any company poll, ortbeir
proper place of election, as aforesaid, the electors present
may open a poll, at such place as they may select, and
certify In the poll-book, which shall be a record of the
..proceedings at said election, substantially, in manner and
/ I .'n.Oi us hereinafter directed
3.. The - polls ideal oeupened as early as practicable
on said day, and remainnpen at least throe hours,-and, if
necessary, in the opinion of the judges of the raeol.i9n, in
order to receive the votes or all the electors, theyi may
keep the polls open: tint lseven o'clock in the afternoon of
said day.; proclamation 'thereof shall be made at, dr be
fore, the opening of the pails, and one hour. before closing
SEC. 4. Before opening the poll, on the day of election,
thesiectork present, at each of the places aforesaid, shall
eledt; voce, three persons, present at the time; and
having the - qualifications of electors, for the judges of
said election, and the judges so elebted shall then appoint
two of the persons present, who shall be qualified, to act
as clerks of said election ; and the judges shall prepare
boxes, or other suitable receptacles, for the ballots.
Sze. 6. Before any votes shall be received, said judges
and clerks all Bach take tacath,.or affirm:laden, that he
willperformAhe.datitis of judge, or clerk, (as the case may
bed of said , elethisiy itecordiairtelaw; and to the best sof
his abilitiesouniztkutt heavill7statdionsly endeavor to pre
vent fraud, deceitor abuse, in conducting the same, Which
oath, or'affirmation, any of the said judges, or _elerks, so
elected, or appointed, may administer te , e4r.ih Other • and
the same shall be in writing, or partly Written and Partly
printed, and signed by said judgeslindclerks, and certified
to by the party administering the SaMS; and attached to,
or entered upon, the poll-book, and there signed - and cer
tified, as aforesaid.
Sze. 6. All elections shall be by ballot, and the jiidges
of elections may, and upon 'challenge of any voter, Shall
examine, under oath, or affirmation, the applicant to Vote,
(whieli oath, or - affirniatiOn,.any of said judges may ad
minister,) in respect to his right to vote, and his qualifica
tions to, vote in the particular ward, precinct, city, bo
rough, township, or county of this State, in which he
claims residence ; and berets - receiving any vote; the
judges, or a 'Valency ofthem, shall he satisfied, that such
applicant is - a qiialifted voter of such place.
Sae. 7. Separate poll-books shall be kept, and separate
returns made for the voters of each city, or county ;, the
poll-books shall name the comptkay and regiment, and the
place, post, or hospital, in which• such election is held ;
the county and township, city, borough ; ward, precinct,
or election district of each voter shall be endorsed oppo
site his name on the poll-books; each clerk shall keep one
of seld poll-books, so that there may be a double list of
' Sac. 8. Each ticket shall. have written, or printed, or
partly written and. partly printed thereon, the names of
all the officers which may properly be voted fer, ut said
election, for which the said elector desires to vote
Sac. 9, That the Judges,-to whom any ticket. abalibti de
livered, shall,.upon the receipt thereof, prenouncolvith an
audible voice, the name of.the elector, and if no - objection
is made to him, and, the judges are satisfied that Said
elector is a citizen orthelinited States, and legally entitled
according.to the constitution and laws of this state, to
vote at said election; shall immediately put said ticket in
the box, or other receptacle therefor, without Impacting
the names of persons voted for ; and the clerks Shill en
ter the name of the elector on the poll-book of his county,
ward, precinct s city, borough, or township, and county of
his residence, substantially, in pursuance of the form ,
smack At the close of the polls, the number of voters shall
be counted and set down at the foot or the list. -of voters,
and certified and, signed . by the judges, and - attested by
SEC .1L After the poll-botiks are signed, the ballot-box
shall be opened, and the tickets, therein contidno4„
be taken out, one at a ticue,.by one. of the Raises, who
shall read distinctly, while the - ticket.remans in his hated
the name, or names, therein oontained ; for Abe. several
officers voted for and then deliver:it to the second judge,
who shall examine the same, and pass it to this third
judge, who shall string the vote for each county, upon a
separatelluaad, and carefully preserve the Bakke; the same
teethed shall be pursued, as to each taken out, until all
he votes are counted. :
5n0.3.2 Whenever two or-more tlekets shall be found,
deceitfully folded, or rolled together, neither of such
tickets shall be counted ; and if , a ticket shall contain
more than the proper number of names, for the same
office, it shall be considered fraudulent, as to all of the
names designated for that office, but no further.
Sac. 13. As a check in counting, each clerk shall keep
a tally Batter each county, from which votes 'shall have
been received, Which tally list *all constitute apart of
SEC. 14. After the examination or the tickets shill be
completed, the number, of votes for 9aph person, in the
county poll:booke as aforesaid, shallhe enumerated under
the inspection of the judges, and set as heceinifter
provided, in the form of the poll-book.
Sao. 15. The folloWing „ shall. be substantially the form
of the poll-books, to be kept by, the judges And clerks of
the election, filling in the blanks carefully
Poll-book of the election, held on the second- Tuesday
of October, one thousand eight hundred, and ; (or
- other election day, as the case may be,) by the unedited
electors of county, (or city;) StaW of Pennsylvania,
in company ,of the regiment of Pennsylvania
volunteers, (or as the Case may be,) held at (naming
place, post, or hosplhd,) A EN CD and E F, being duly
elected asjudges of said. election, and J and being
duly appointed as clerks or said election, were severally
sworn, or affirmed, as certificates _ herewith returned.
Number and names of the elenortyPting, and. their
county, city,borough,-tqwnaliii; Ward, orprecinct, of reel.
No .1, A B, county of , township or'
No. 2, C D, county or , tewhehiP of•
It is hereby certified that 'the number electors. for
county, Pennsylvania, voting at tide erection,
0 D, of -
Z 1, , election.
Attest-. , J
L M, Clerks,
Form of certificate of oath of judges and.clerks : •
We, A B, C D and E F, Judges of this election, and , J S.
and-L-M,- clerks - thereof, do each: severally swear, (Or
atilrm,)•thtt.we -will duly perform the duties. of •jUdges
and alerTEilef, ,said•eleation, severally acting as above wit
foaMt,pcoOrding tO:law, and to the best of our abilitled,
oArt Wit we will studiously endeavor to prevent fraud,
deceit, or abuse, inCUnduletrtiallhe same._
. • . • •E F, Judges:
L IC Clerks.
Sao. 17. After canvassing the votes, in manner afore
said, the judges shall put, in an envelope, 'one of the poll
hooka, with its hilly. list, and return of each city, oreourr
ty, together with the tickets, and transmit the same,
properly sealed up, and directed, through the nearest post
office, or by express, as soon as possible thereafter, to the
prethonotary of the court of.common pleas, of the city,
,p_r.ereinty, in which such 'electors would have voted, if
notha the Military service aforesaid, (being the city or
county for which the poll-book was kept„) and the other
'poll-book, of said city, or county, enclosed in au envelope,
and sealed as aforesaid, and PrePatly.direcuki, shall be
delivered to one cif the commissioners., hereinafter pro
vided for, if such. commissioner mils ler, the ,same in ten
days, and if not so Called for, the mune ;shall be transmit
ted by mail, or.loy express,qtasoon as possible thereafter,
to the secretary of. the Commonwealth, who' shall care
fill*. preserve the same, and on demand of the •.proper
prothonotary, deliver to paid prothonotary, under his hand
and official se4, a certified copy of the return of votes, so
transmitted to, and received by, him, for
.said city, or
county, of which the ilemanffinat is prothonotary.
Sao. 18. It shall be , the duty of the prothonotary of the
dinty, to *Vora euchreturns shall he made, to 'deliver,
to the return judges of the same county, a copy, certified
under his hand aul,seal, of the return of votes, so trans
to himtiy the judges of the election, as aforesaid,
or as officially certified by the Secretary of the Common-
Wealth. as aforesaid, to said prothonotary. ' •
SeC.l9. The return judges, of the several' counties, shall
adjourn to meet at the places, now directed by law, on the
third Friday, after any general or Presidential election,
for the purpose of counting the soldiers' vote ; and when
two or more counties are connected in the election, the
meeting of the judges, from each county, shall, he post
poned, in such case, until the Friday following.
Sac. 20. The return judges, so met, shall include, in
their enumeration, the votes so returned, and thereupon
shall proceed, in all respects, in the like manner as is pro
vided by law, in cases where all• the votes shall have heen
given at the usual place of election : Provided, That the
several courts of this Commonwealth shall hive the same
power. and authority to initeatigate,"and
questions Of fraud or illegality, relation to the voting of
the soldier s !, spare now vested in said courts with regard
to questions Offiaud and illegality, arising from the voting
of persons; not in military service, under the present laws
Sao. 21. In elections for electors of President and Vice
President of the United States, it shall be the duty of the
Secretary of the Commonwealth, to lay before the 'Gov
ernor all returns, received by him, from any election, as
aforesaid; mho shall compare the same with the county
returns, and add thereto all such returns as shall appear,
on such comparison, not to be contained in said county
returns, in every case, where said military returns, for
such counties, shall have been received by said secretary,
at a period too late for transmitting them to the proper
• prothonotary, in time for the action of the judges of the
Sac. 22. All said elections shall be subject to contest,
in the same manner as is now provided by law; and in
all cases of contested elections, all legal returns, which
shall have, been bona fide forwarded by said judges, in the
rammer hereinbefore prescribed, shall be counted and es
tkrueted,„altheugh the same may not have arrived, or
been received by the proper officers, to be counted, and
estimated, -in the manner' hereinbefbre directed, before
issuing the certificates of election, to the persons appear
ing to have a majority of the votes then received,- and
the said returns shall be subjectdo all•suctiohjections, as
other returns are liable to, when received in due time.
Sad. 28.. - It shall be the duty of the Secretary of the
Commonwealth to cause to.be printed a Sufficient number
of copies of this act, with-such extracts from the, general
election law as shall be deemed important to accompany
the same, told blank forms of poll-books, with tally lists
and :returns, as prescribed in this act, which, with the
necessary postage stamps, to defray expenses and postage
on returns, shall, in sufficient time, before any such elec
tion, be forwarded, by said secretary, at the expense of
the Commonwealth, by commissioners, or Otherwise, as
shall be deemed most certain to insure delivery thereof,
to the captain, or commanding officer, of each company,
or in case of detached voters, to the officer having charge
of the post, or hospital, who shall retain the same Until
the day of election, and then deliver the smote the judges
elected, as provided in this set; Provided, That no elec
tion shall be invalidated, by reason of the neglect, or
failure, of the said secretary to cause the delivery ofsaid
poll-beoks to the proper persons, as aforesaid.
Sac. 24. That for the purpose of more effectually 'car
rying out-the provisions of 'this act, the Governor shall
have power to appoint rind commission, under the great
seal of the. Commonwealth; sash number of commission
ers, having the qualifmtiens ‘ of, gh electer,. in this State,
as he shall deera rieoessly; not exceeding one to each
regiment of Penhaylvaniaffikddlers n in the service of this
State, or of the United . ; Stites; and shall apportion' the
work among the commissioners, and supply such vacan
cies as may occur in their number. Such commissioner;
before they act, shallaake and subscribe an oath or affir
mation, and cause the same to be flied with the Secretary
of the Commonwealth, to the following: "I—
appointed commissioner, under the act to regulate elec
tions by soldiers in actual military service, do solemnly
swear, (or affirm,) that I will support the Constitution of
the United States, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylva
nia, and impartially, fully and withodt reference to politi
cal preferences, or results, perform, to the beet ar=my
knowledge and ability, the duties imposed on me by,the
said act, and that I will studiously endeavor to
fraud, deceit and abuse; not only, in 'the elections to he
held, under the same, but in the, returns thereof. to .and.
if any commissioner, appointed by, or , under this act,
shall knowingly violate his duty, or knowingly omit; or
fail; to dolts duty, under this act, or violate any parr. of
his oath, or affirmation, he shell be liable to indictment
for perjury, in the-proper county, and, upon conviction,
shah be punished by a fine, not exceeding one tkousand
dollars, or imprisonment in the penitentiary, at labor, not
exceeding one year, or both, in the discretion of the
Sac. 25. It shall be the duty. of sueti commissioners to
deliver, as far as practicable„
at least four of the copies
of this act, and other extracts of law, publishedlia here
inbefore directed,-and at least two- blank forms of pbll
- tally lists and returns; entrusted - to them; as men
tioned in the twenty-third section of this act, to the com
manding officers of every company, or part of company,
Pennsylvania soldiers; in the actual military, or naval
service of the 'United Stater,. or of this State; and to
make suitable arrangements and provision for the open
ing of polls, under this act;' it .shall also be the duty of
said oammissionere, as soon as practicable, after the day
of election, to call upon the Judges of the election,' and
procure one poll-book, containing the returns of the elec
tion, and safely to preserve the same, not only from loSs,
but from alteration, and deliver the same, Without delay,
to the c_ retorY of the CoPunOxiwosiriL
SEC. 2d. Sold eammissioners shall receive, in full com
pensation for their services under this act, ten cents per
mile, in going to and returning trot* their respective regi
ments, estimating the distance of travel by the usually
traveled route;. and it is hereby made the duty of the
Auditor General and State Treasurer to audit and pay, the
accountsAlterbfor,. in.the same manner as other - doling
are, moymitlited and..paid; by all'
commanding. commanding and
other.offleera are requested to aid; the toinmisSionets,
herein appointed, and to. give them all proper facilities,
to enable them to carryout the design And intention of
Sxo. 27. No mere hiforniality in the manner of carry
lig out, or executing, any of the provisions of this aot,
shall invalidate, any election kohl under the same ; or au
thorize the return thereof, to be rejected or set aside; nor
shall lag. failure,'on the part of the commiSsionlirs, to
reach or visit antr#glinsiit or company, or part of com
pany, or the failtiro of- abr-company, or part of Oompa
ny, to vote, Invalldato .an„t iileotion• which:may be hold
under this oat. . •
Sac. 28. The several bilkers,. authorized to conduit
such election, shall have tho like . .powers, and they, as
well as other periens,•whoLmay attend, vote, or Offer to
vote, at such electron, shall tio:subject to the like penal
ties and restrictirMsas are declared or provided' in the
case of elections, by the citizens, at their' usual pliktis Of
election; andall of theprovlsions of the general election
laws of this State, so tapas applicable, and not inconsist
ent with the provisions or this act, aor supplied theiebi,
shall apply to alt elections held under this act,
Sac. 29. No compensation shall be allowed to an
Judge or clerk, under this act.
Sac. 30. When the sheriff of any pity or county shall_
Lfieue inainoolamatfon (titian aleation, 'for a i/eaglet's),
coogreenieaudicittatriet, city; county or-State irCefetifit d•
der.the laws of this State, he shall transmit, immediatelt,
ggptea.th@reo to the field officers and senierfAinlains in
sac. 3l :;The-cum . or - .104/42...thCalstatd ltollars, or
much thereof as maybemeeeesary le
lad from theilmimialleveriazei to be paiii`upoo the era*
of the &Cretan , i f..the Commonwealth, to tarry (44 1 .44 ,
~Sso. 32—Whim:any of the eleeSore, mentioned- in the
first section of this act, lett than ten in number, shall be
members of compliance of another State or Territory, or,
for any sufficient and legal 'cailso, shall be separated from
their proper company, or shall be in - any hospital, navy
yard; vessel, er on recruiting, provost, or other duty,
whether within.tor without this State, tinder such circum
etilheeS as &WI render. it probable. that he, or they, will
be-unable to rejoin their proper coMpany, or to be pre.
sent at his, proper place of electioff, on or before the day
of the elections, therein mentioned,.said elector, or elec.
tots, shall have a right to vote in the following manner.
Sac: N. The voter,aforeSaid, is hereby authorized, he
fore thiaday of election, to deposit hie j ballot, or ballots,
-properly folded, as required byrthe general election laws.
of this State, or otherwise, as the voter msy choose; in a
sealed envelope, together with a written or printed, or
. partly written and partly printed, statement, containing
the name of the voter, the county, township, borough sr
ward, of which he is a resident, and a written or printed
authority, to some qualified Voter in the election district,
of which said voter is a Maidenti to Cast the ballots, con.
tallied in said envelope ; for him, on the day or 'laid e ls e'
tioa. Said statement and autherity.tohe -signed by the
said voter, and attested ,by the commanding, or some
commissioned, officer of the company, of which he is a
member; in the case. et a private, and of some commis.
sinned officer of the regiment, In the case of an officer, if
any of such officers are conveniently accessible, and if
otherwise, then by scene other witness; and these shall
also accompany said ballots, an affidavit of said voter,
taken before. , some one of the officers aforesaid, and in
the absence of such. officer; before some other person
duly authorized to - Administer oaths, by any law of this
State, that he is a qualified voter in the election district
in which he proposes to vote, that he is in the actual
military service of the United States, or-of this State,
describing the organization to which he belongs, that he
has not sent his ballots to any other. person. or parsons,
than the one in such authority mentioned, that he will
not offer to vote at any poll, which may he opened on
said election day, at any place whatsoever, and that he is
not a deserter, and has not been dishonorably dismissed
from the service, and that he is now stationed at
in the State of . Said sealed, envelope, containing
the ballots, statement, authority and affidavit as afore
, Said, to be sent to the proper person, by mail or other
wise, having written or printed on the outside, across the
sealed part thereof, the words, "soldier's ballot for
township, (borough or ward,) in the county of
Sac. St The elector, to WLIOM such ballot shall be sent,
shall, on the day of elections and whilst the polls of the
proper district are open, deliver the envelope, as re
ceived, unopened, to the proper election officer, who shall
open the same, in the presence of the election board, and
deposit the ballots therein contained, together with the
envelope, and accompanying papers, as other ballots are
deposited, and said board snail count and canvass the
same, in the same manner as other votes east at said elec
tion; and the person'delivering the same may, on the
demand of any elector, be compelled to testify, on oath,
that the envelope, so delivered. by him, is in the same
state as when received by him, and that the same has not
been opened, or the contents thereof changed, or altered,
in any way, by him, or any other peisen.
Judge of election
SxC. 35. The right of any person, thus offering to vote,
at any . such election, may be challenged, fur tne same
causes, that It could be challenged, if he were personally
present, and for no other reason or cause.
Sac. 36. Any officer of any general, or special, election,
in this State, whe,shall refuse to receive any such envel
ope, and deposit such ballots, or to count and canvas the
same, and any elector who shall receive such envelope,
and neglect or refuse to present the same, to the officers
of the election district, endorsed on the said envelope,
shall be guility of a misdemeanor, and on conviction
thereol; shall be punished by imprisonment in the State
prison, not exceeding one year, and by tine not exceeding
five hundred dollars, or either, or both, in the discretion
of the court.
SEC. 37. Any person, who shall wilfully and corruptly
make and subscribe any false affidavit, or make any false
oath, touching any matter or thing provided in this act,
shall be deemed guilty of wilful and corrupt perjury, and
upon conviction, thereof; shall be punished by imprison
ment, in the State penitentiary, not exceeding five years,
and by line not exceeding one thousand dollars, or by
either, or both, in tho discretion of thosourt.
Sac. 38. That it shall be the duty of the Secretary of
the Commonwealth to preparethe necessary blank forms,
to carry oat the provisions of this act, and to furnish the
same for the use of the persons so engaged in the military
Sac. 39. 1a case any qualified elector, in military ser
vice aforesaid, may be in any hospital, military or naval,
or in any vessel, or navy yard, the statements and affk.
davits, le this act mentioned, may be witnessed by, and.
made. before, any officer of the vessel, navy yard, or
other place, in which said voter is, for the time being, en
850 . 40. It shall be the duty of every assessor, within
this Commonwealth, annually, to assess_and return, in
the manner now required by law, a county tax, of ten
cents upon each and every non-commissioned officer and
private, and the usual taxes upon every commissioned
officer, known by them to be in the military service of
the United States, or of this State, in the army; and when
any omission .shall occur, the omitted names shall be
added, by such assessors, to the assessments and lists of
.voters, oa the application of any citizen of the election
district, or precinct, wherein such soldier might, Or
would, have a right to vote, If not in such service, as:
aforesaid . ; and such non-commissioned officer; and
vates, shall be exempt froc all other personal taxes, dur
ing their continuance in such service; and said assessors'
shall, in each and every case, of such assessed soldiers ;
or officers, 'without fee,or reward, therefor, give a certifi
cate of such regular, or additional - assessment, 'to any
citizen of the election district, or precinct, who may, at
at any time, demand the same; and upon the presenta
tion thereof, to the tax collector of said district, or the
treasurer of the said county, it shall be the 'duty of
suck officer - to receive said assessed tax, of, andlfrbm,
any person offering to pay the same, for the soldier, or
officer, therein 'named,
e nd to enders; upon such certifi
cate, a receipt therefor,. and it shall also be the duty of
said collector or county treasurer, to receive said assessed
tax, front any person who may offer to pay the same, for
any of said officers, or soldiers, without requiring
Oneida of , assessment, when the name of such persona
shall have been duly entered upon the assessment books,
and tax duplicates, and give a receipt therefor, to such
person, specially stating, therein, the name of the soldier,
or officer, whose tax is thus paid, the year for which a
was assessed, and the date of the payment thereof; which
said certificate and receipt, or receipt, only, shall be pri
ma facie evidence, to any election board, provided for by
this act, before which the same may be offered, of the
due assessment of said tax, against, and the payment
thereof by, the soldier, or,officer, therein named, offering
the same, asuforeeaid, but said election board shall not
be thereby pfWilded from requiring other proof, of the
right to vote ' .. .aN specified by this act, - or the general elec
tion laws of this Commonw.ealihjlaid if.any of said
assessors, collectors, or las
rearere„'shall neglect, or re.
his; to comply with the proiisione of this section, or to
perform any or the duties, therein enjoined upon them,
or either - of them, he, or they, so offending, shall be con
sidered and 'adjudged guilty of a misdemeanor in office,
and shall, on conviction, be fined,. in any sum not less
than twenty, nor more than two huadred dollars: Pro
vided, That the additional assessments, required to be
made by the above section, in the city of Philadelphia,
shall be made, on application of any citizen of the elec
tion district, or precinct, thereof, upon oath, or affirma
tion, of such citizen, to be administered by the assessor,
that such absent soldier is a citizen of the election dis
trict, or precinct, wherein such assessment is required,
by such citizen, to be made. .
Sao. 41. This act shall not - apply to the -
members Of council, `or to ward and division officers, in
the city of Philadelphia. -
Speaker of the House of Representattres.
. JOHN I'. PEN, NEY, '
s t eakff ei (he Senate.
AesetovED-2The twenty-fifth day of Atigust, Anon
Domini one thOnsind- eight , hundred and sixty-four.
. .d. G::CURTIN.
Given under my hand, In my office in Harrisburg, the
thirteenth day of September, A.. D. 1881.
WILLIAM W. JENNINGS,
Sheriff .of Dauphin county.
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Ile Market street, Earrisburg.
LIQUID RENNET yields with milk the
most luscious of all deserts for the table the light
est and most grateful diet for invalids and children.
Milk contains every element of the bodily coustitutiou;
when coagulated with rennet it is always light and easy 0 1
digestion, and supports the system with the least possible
excitement. When still greater nutritive power Isdesiroi
cream and sugar may be added. A teaspoonful Con vert
a quart of milk into a firm curd. Prepared and It
wholesale and retail by S. A. KUNKEL,
ejla-ft 118 Market street.
11PCLINTOCFS PECTOILIL SIRUP.
THIS INVALUABLE SYRUP, which is en•
tarely vegetable in its composition has been er
played with wonderful success for many iears,iu theece
of diseases for the AIR PASSAGES and LUNGS. For 10
form of the disease, such as COUGH, TICKLING of
THROAT,SPITTOIG OF BLOOD, DIFFICULT BREAIIIINC .
HOARSENESS, LOSS OF VOICE and HECTIC FEVEIiz,
use will be attended with the happiest results. It is es,
of the best and safest medicines for ail forms of BRel ,
CHIT'S and CONSUMPTION. lye ktudastua or prlist 3
lion of Opium Usage/ dope in this syrup.
MOE $l.OO PER BOTTLE.
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with one of theleat (wavers in the country, cards of
lotY olescriptlon will alineented in the highest style of
art,oonforrpable with the latest fashion, and. sapplt,e l
PlPay, at lower Floes than are chargodlthe station.
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