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THE WHOLE ART OF GOVERNMENT CONSISTS INlTHE "ARTOF BEING. HONEST, JEFFERSON.
STROUDSBURGr, MONROE COUNTY, PA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1852.
Published by Theodore Schoch-
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A Remarkable Bog' Fighi.
get excited, and not unfrcquently fight
also: We have no distinct
having ever seen a serious
ed battle between two d
general fight among the by
scrimmage between the owners ot the an-
x imais, at least. I
But . Mi. i.m5t . iwn-irtsihlA dn,r filit. on '
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record, perhaps, came off at .Frogtown, on
the frontiers of Maine, some years ago.
it neat all pnaig musses or tiic Kind we
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lawsuits aisiracuon oi tue town, usuown-
fall and ruin!
Aianciiui gemus named Joe aucser,
a man about town alounger-without vis-!
ible means of support and ado-nothing,'
loafing, cigar-smoking, good-natured sort
of fellow owned a yellow dog: a iiick, in
telligent and rather pretty beast, always
at Joe's heels, and .known as well as his
master, and liked far more, by the Frog
towners. One day, J02 and his dog were
passing Bunion's grocery store, when a
great piebald, ugly-iooking dog, standing
alongside of a wood wagon, pounced ou
to Joe Tucker's dog knocked him heels
over head, and so frightened Bob Carter's
wife who was passing towards her bus-
band's blacksmith shop, with his dinner, !
tbat she stumbled back'ards, and her old
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attached to the wood wagon, lie started j
hit Latherem's barber pole upset the
load of wood, half of which, falling down ;
Gumbo's rafreshment cellar, struck one
ot bumbo's children on tbe head, killed it
for a time, stone dead; and so alarmed j
juts, .jumoo, mat sue aroppea a stew--
table in the corner.
to the child the customer
Mrs. Gumbo screamed
ed, and the customer
"0, ho ! ho-h-h-h-h, my poor child
eried Mrs. Gumbo.
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-.an, en, e-e-e-e-e-e-ei" screamed tue
0. Murder-r-r! O. b v everlasting sin. !
OR. PROGTOWN in A grand FURORE. back and gi(jes ofuis antagonist, dent, before purchasing it to take the o-' after the first day ot duly nest, each regis- this State ; nor of any marriage contrac-. MCS b)aii at tie tilllC te nulcd ljy tje reg;e
liY FALCONBRIDGE. ' ' nllli ci0(i,yp hammers Bob Vion of his Hibernian coachman upon it. ; tcr of wills in the several counties of the ted previously or subsequently to the pas- tcr.
mnc.,rifl,i,f ,r;fU,,t m,r 1 , , . , , MnnvtA tlmf it u-o "iiqf tlio tliin(r'&tatc sliali ue suPPllca wltu separate sage ot this act in any other part ot these Section 13. That the said register, with
o ever saw a dO us; lit, without cur- t;, fiir ctvAno-tli ind ire nf the linl- I at reported tuat it as jisc tue tuing . . . . , Ai. .1 rt , -, 0i , ,, , . 1 . . ' , , 1 . . n
... . . . stirred up tue sticngiu anu lie 01 uic oui-, 1 ( books, in which he shall register, in the United States or their territories, or be- the exceptions heremalier nametJ, shall re-
'iositV to See it OUt, gO in put 111 a WOrd 1 c-r ft 41,a tnn nf his nnmnnss. and for his honor. ' i ,nr hereinafter rh'reeted the mnrrin- vnnrl tl.A limit nf tlw. cnn Venrhh-,! ceive, nrovided he comnlv with the nrovisions
of; it engrossed the entire com- tjJC nQfts esciajmiU(r as he did o ' cleaning, the ends of the carpet are fixed same, in the form of a certificate, duly j cannot be made, or the marriage shall no charge fur administering "an oath or afiir-
one general and indiscriminate ! T?:"k fnp al, dceful vou 'on rollers, and by reversing the motion of signed by the person so certifying to the have been contracted according to the wation, nor demand !a fee from any person so
? . . . . . l lLiti lor snamt, uisgi acciui )uu j j o . vAmtAr nf the eniintv in ivhieh sueh mar- innnner nf the reli.nniiq sneietv nf Friends, resriatcrmir; the reyitter tor t he cit V and coiin-
rminable lawsuits or suits ot , mcj , citizens of Fro-town , will you stand a wheel the carpet passes backward and , r:nenRiinin1avfthnnsolcmmzedoreontrae. ' then it shull be mide hv some, one who ty of Ph.lad.dphia .hall receive but six cents
pan of hot broilling oysters into the lap, tered into the spirit ofthethinjr and we ' Journal 0 Commerce asks the editor to previously to marriage, ot the mother otj Section 7. That no appointment of any
instead of thc dish, of a cusomer, who sat 1 Wn tllpm rn:n n(1 UwV 7' lool. fo publish the following for the benefit of, such child 5 the houl' ancl Pla,ce on, gnnrdian to the person or estate of any minor
... r iL , , leave them thus nip and tuck to look to J o and at which such birth occurred, and hereafter born, by any Orphans' Court within
waiting for the savory concoction by a the stranaor and j3ob Garter, who fit , those young men, and children of a larg- 0:rcnni5tflneps -onnGeted with such this State, shall be valid, until the date of the
' ' , oy me xuiioub uwuiiiiui. m me snort
Im scalded to all eternity! Mur-der- ribSj and weut reeling down Gumbo's eel-
r-r-r! roared the customer. j lar wilh MUM ycIocity! Tbe friendg
The horse, a part of the wagon, and1 and fellow-churchmen of Deacon Pugh
some of the wood, went on their mad ! took sides against the quaker antagonist,
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career. The owner of the strange dog and the shopboys of Abraham, seeing
came out of the store just in time to see ' their employer thus beset, came to the
Joe Tucker seize a rock, to demolish said rescue, while a brace of stray Irishmen
W nnd nnt ivsltin., in cn Tn(, l t! c n' e i a i-i it- .,
dog, and not waiting to see Joe let--full ot valor and whiskey, believing it
. drive," gave him such a pop on the back to be 'a free fight,' tried their hands and
of the ear, that poor Joe fell forty rods; sticks upon the combatants indiscrimina-
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up the street, and striking the foot of a tely; so that in less than an hour, the quiet
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long ladder, upon Which Jim Elderberry
was perched-paint pot in hand-some , subHmely ridicuoui andJJer.ific battle! inally cost fifty cents. The English bank
thirty feet from terra firma, brought lad- j ner.ds ana windows were smashed chil- er computed the compound interest for
der, Jim and paint pot sprawling to thejdren and women ran, screeched and the time and found the bottle of wine to
earth crippling poor Jim for life, and
sprinkling the blue paint copiously over
the broadcloths, satients and calicoes of
Abraham Miller, a formal and eventem-
pered quaker, who ran out to the door,
just as the two dogs bad fairly gone at it
. hip and thigh nip .and catch. A
.glance at matters seemed to convince A
braharn of the true state . of the case; and
in an unusually elevated voice, Abraham
called out to Joe Tucker, who "had right
'dlup "Joseph Tucker, thy dog's fighting!"
""Let 'em fight it put!'' yelled the pug
nacious owner of the strange dog. "Let.
'em fight it .out; I'll befc ajqad -of wood,
xj -.dog. can eat anydog in the. fco.wn, and
I oftD ea the -owner!"
Wc have said, Abraham Miller was a! Anecdote of President Tyler,
mild man; quakers are proverbially so.-' It is related of Ex-President Tyler,
But the 'gauntlet thrown down by the that from the time of his election to the
burly stangerfroui the country, stirred Vice Presidency until the death of Gcn
thc rrnll of Abraham, and he rushed into ' eral Harrison, he kept no carriage, on
hi. store. From the baek yard-having '
slipped his collar-Abraham brought
forth a brindle cur long, strong and all-1
"hYienil " cjiid the excited ouakcr, '
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"tuyaog snail db wen ue.ueo, ,
i.aa! 1t;i-o1 cni,o imnn him Turk
bee! II ke. seize upon him. lur-.
here boy!" and the dog went at it.
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. p . .1 cm;ft. enniino- mi in
iioO Lartei, tllC SUlltll, coming up ill
. , , , .rMnwr' dofinnne to the
time to hear the stranger's defiance to the
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town, and bent on a light with somebody,
for the insult and damage to his wife,
j clamped the collar of the stranger, and by
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a series ot ten pouuu tens, upon uiu
tQ madc tbc kj fl dreadfullv!
p . of tQ most SC(late au(j sub
saKtil and nious men in Frocrtown, came 1
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P ana Inaeca U1C wnoie l0M" "
seinblia!rand Deacon pU2h, armed with .
hig he;ivy walking stick) and shocked at '
'Don't thee, don't the strike my
Deacon Punhl" cried Abraham
(Ivaucinc up0n the deacon, who was a-
bout to cut, risrht and left, among the'
do with bis cane
'Your dorrs'' shouted the deacon with!
e 'ident fervor 1
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2sot mv doas. Deacon Puirh. echoed the
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'niat did vcu say so for, then?' shout-
ed the deacon '
'I never said dogs, Deacon Pugh.'
'You did!' responded the deacon, with
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JLiiee SpCaKS urOUllUluSSlY, JJtSdVOU
putTll:5 said the quaker. '
v tii f-i,i,nnr1 hrih nilrl 1
ThL u te s a Tendad
LUee uuers a menuacioua assertion. ,
You you tell an infernal UeP
bra,ed the deacon
TW nrnvnT,i mv v;io nninn.
Deaoon Pah , shouted the stalwart quak.
cr? cand chastise thee!'
And into thc dcacon's wool went the
ake, TIl5 deacon noth:Ufr loth
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through the window of a neighboring
wtfii.mi tor nnintr n innn nr nnmiifn
ullile Lawyer Hooker, in attempting to
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screamed dogs barked dust flew la-
bor ceased, and so furiuos, mad and ex-
cited became thc whole communiiy, that
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a quiet loeKer-on, n tnere nad been any
would have sworn h had broke
loose and the devils were in Frogtown!
A heavy thunder storm, finally, put an
end to the row; the dogs were all- mor
or less killed, a child severely wounded
a man scalded, wagon broken, the horse
ran himself to death, his owner was beaten
oicfullv hv l?nh flarter. whose wife and
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nemve u m uu.uu vu,
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goous rumeu, a. (uaiii uuu ucau,
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irishmen, doe XUCKCr, town consiame,
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lawyer Jlooker, oquire uaicnem, uuu
some fifty others shamefully whipped!
uits ensued, teuds tollowea, and tue
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entire neace and good repute of Frogtown
anoibilated all by a' remarkablo dog
TOuiii;v.u i .Inn ' riiebor'ws rina- vo.intnreed hv that . . . " 1 . , . " ' """" "J "",VJ "'uul'u"J 'm,u,ub 4" JllU1' ut "tv- i.u!,ii,. t.; i.;., .i l i... ,i
aai itf tAii m . ... . . - . i ii, i iiiiMi nr. Mii,w,'i.uiiLli i;i wiil.i awl luu a w - run iwri i mi i no'it nv uihimi mi:iu iitivh lie. in'iiinTir if rni:Tiiiirt in tiit rim r - rim
reuHrmtch-1 ; , , i ident of the United States to drive a sec- curred witbin his county. : time, or at some time previously or sub- ,:r7V; , ' t7 l"c"DU'
, regular pucn- Gf A h'm Aliller s took a fresh start, and i i n I n o mi . i n i .i i 1 ' , , F . J , . erot the proper county, except lor reiaterinr
U without . AD m' -uuler ond-hand carnage Section 2. That it shall be the duty sequently to such marriage; such regis-' any rrecontracfed, orat.y birtheor death
oc, wuuom between the two, the strange dog was be-1 And why not," answered John: sure, of everv clerL'vman. alderman, iustice of trations shall be in the form nlreadv nre- i...n..,.;,.. "r. i.. ... ' , m
-stanuers, or a jn cruelly put to his trumps! Deacon and ye 're a second-hand I resident ! the peace, clerk, or keeper of the -religious scribed, and shall be kept apart from the and eiht htim.'reil and fi'tv-one. in which
the snnetnele hefnre him. marched ud to men can do in-a day. In the process ot days after such marriage, to return the person who pronounced it or it such proof shall also be naid bv the imrtv: hesl.i.ll m.-.kft '
" ! forward between brushes, Willie a number ' to(l .-l,:-!. ..,; veenrd find eertifiente. shnll was nrexei.t. therenh in the ens., nf :i hirth Ior registry as aloresaid, Uhich
Mrs. truuibo rushed : fo bt fo bt and fit until g irc Catch. er growtn, wno drinK, cuew, smouc and birth that be dcelued of interest, in birth o such minor, and t he date ot tue death,
for the door!-t,.,n.iAfn- -n.,Wn . otherwise squander their shillings and case such birth shall have occurred with- we as tie name oi ins or ncr pare u or
the child sereoeh 1 . , . small change. We think it might suggest out the superintendence of any person ; ! Parcnts' !?"a'1 Dc rcsiere nmg io
, tUe CUlld fcCreCCn- fl.;r ffAn,f r ,ii.novi.n tlio onnn nr.1 . .. . . 00 UUb tI11' BUUU11I111.11ULI101, Ul UI1J lui.-iuil, nrnVKInns nf I IIS nft. :IS striCtk' aS t IB
veIlcd. j " "v i a good idea to the temperance retormers. andshould no physician or other person be I me cVn be coVr.plied with unless from the
cllcdi ' arrest thc offenders, the scmire was thrust If thev would establish a Temneranee ff-.irt-L- n.nt ;. ...nn;..fiv : 8:lmc. ca,nb0.. t:?,r'1 lcU . . ,
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of the insufficiency of his
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dentally eicvateu to mi mci u0u j, .
the former difficulty being removed, he i
ii i..... ri 4t mi i - ttAitin rnmnvon fit i
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at once actermineu to neu up uu uiiuii,.
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t-t .1- i . l.i. :.. ne l,n?ni
n nennrninrr v nniiTiiL ;i uiin ui nuii
and engaged a coachman, and tlien began ;
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to look about tor a Aemcie. xiea1ma
of one for sale which belonged to a gen-.
tleman residing in vv asningion aim wmu
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aa oniy ocen unveu u . ;
amination he was
If 1iha1 flint still
uBut," said Mr. Tyler, " do j-ou think j
Busting Carjicls. The ladies will be
MAli,rhted in lnnm that, a machine has been
to look at. it. upou ,,,.,;,, Pe,,,,.fe,V,. ,i, .wln.4.. .n... ;..7l l, ' " ll'-- ' '''ft u blank for llie ro-
perfectly satisfied with AsscmU m nd i( kcrchy cuaclcdby.m may have died elsewhere', but who "is,r' "',,ic!' ;'",y "r.,9f
he thought it more pru-;( T1lt f I cllild chiUren of' Mwm oVtfSV.
. nAii ii -in r i r - rrr t nnv nvnnnr lar t in . . i. l " it., .., -i 1. 1. t. . i . i ' ii ri- - it c t . . . , i
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7 r! ,,!0r contracted, to make at once a record
invented for cleaning carpets, which will , , , , f ,
dust as many in 2 or 3 hours as twenty '
Rat Story Scottish Journal tells
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Amend ot ours lately received a
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package containing a tew bottles ot sa-
lad of the most savory kind. A few days
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opening had been made m tbc bungs ot
the bottles, and a portion of the contents
01 tne Jauer extracted irom eacu. ione
C 4-1si nnnnn y-v f" mAm inl C -v rv tt o 'fl T1 0
111 UXi tuinci ui iuu ivuuii aim wii t uuu
glossy rat made his appearance, approach-
ctl tbe bottles' inserte(1 llis tail drew Jt
"f mcmberf witU hi?
mouth and repeated the process 'over and
An old maid, in speaking of mar-! s
riage, says it is like any other disease
there's life there's hope
Slow to get Rich.
A correspondent of the New York
1 . , t t .. i . . 1 , , , . , , , i shall be naid lv the ennutv trpusnrprfis nfnr
floa- ot spnn" ueaters striice id in oruer, anu , settortu, aslarastnesamecau ue ascertain- uy some one wno lias actual Knowledge in' , . r , -uug,
i o i , . , I ,, ,, . , , ,. ' f. ., , said; all emolumetits arising from the reiiis-
Miller, ; beat out the dust. eu, tne lull name or tue nusnanu uis oc- or tnc penou at wnien sucn person was lrall()Mf . th(J nmmmt - w by th(j
! of the holes made were large enough to , Section 3. Tbat it shall be the duty application is made, shall have the right deaths, before specified, with a copy of the
: admit the head of either a rat or a mouse. 0f every physician, under whose care a of an appeal to the Orphans' Court of the index, duly certified by him, to the Secretary
, Determined to ascertain who the delin- birth shall hereafter take place, to make proper county, in which case the testimo- of the Commonuealth, who shall file the same
; fluents were he secreted himself one nmht at once a record of such birth in a book uy so taken shall be sent up with the an- his ohice, and annually transmit to the Le-
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saving funds. institution, the gradual ac- thereafter, it shall then become the duty
m.mnlm, nf Mr,lfn1 cnnn nnnMtAf.f ,i ' A .f i.:u
uuiuuiunvu iuunui uvsuit uumn,
n; n. hnnd nf union, and nrnrent, hundreds
f a u"r u,"n au" I i"V,T- n,
from violating their plightful faith, lhe
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artiCie reads as tollows:
1st. it at tDC age ot ai years, aman
will lay up eighten pence per day, and
keep it at coinpound interest every sis
!no"t.h ' huh find a.fcfthe f fSlxt7r
!LS amounts to sizty
2d. The Island of Manhattan was ong -
iually sold by the Indians to the Dutch
for fifteen dollars. If that fifteen dollars
had been kept at compound interest un-
til fcbis tiuie, it would have amounted to
more tban the whole wealth, real and per-
sonal, at this time, in New York.
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8d. One German banker sent to a
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oanner m ng.anu, a uouie oi wine lour
cost more than the present national debt
of great Britain.
4th. If a note shaver starts' with a cap-
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ital ot $iu,uuu and gets one per cent, per
so rich: answer, by
And remember it is what you save
what vnn m.ike. that vou have nn hand.
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BuviiuuS juu.iiiS uau oiuu a. juuug
ciers 01 some prefceu&iuus one ljioruiug to
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oiu iwger. iuei, bum om
looking at him steadily with one eye halt
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cioseu, as 11 taiiing aim at tue victim,
a. ..T,t . , t
aim at cue victim, "j
feel, young man, as if I had a-coat.wh.icb
had nccn paid ior a luxury or reeling
! whioh I think you will never experience."
n mouth, (the usual rate,) in five years he b(J and no person having the charge as vly ..rnP,l, .l.nll he preserved and filed by "a"'auuib' J "
- has uuu; in ten j'ears, 'lu.uuu; in cnWrtM r nn nr h,,r;.,i m-mnid with- ihn refister. --.a n;n;nn,f; ni,n
niteen yearb, ou,uuu; m twenty years, ;n the eit.vnreountv of Philadelnhia. shall (svcon10. That if any person shall wil-1 m, ... , ,,. ,..
e Si 60.000: in twentv-five venr-?. SHSU.OOO. . . ' A. .:. ',! ' r..i... i i fnl-Llu vnr nr nflir... i J-uu", UU3 ac""o "ta
VnnnV, n,nn nfn linii, Jnma t """ vl - W"'"'" T , ' " ' :,-nf .;- ' Meeting tllC laUieS Willi a U1SS,
" j i ' j -j-w - j inrai rw rnTnii r. r - ri ni tii hi iiili;i iuui mnv. rviitiiv iiiit uim it4-- w v.- w. . .i"?t
nkorrlnir fl,ort rloa - V. r . . l.Irtl. nr ,W1.. nr ifniiv ro-rister sha 1 wilful-! Woman Dougnt one, anu
1KT III. VilWW
To provide for a Registration of
Marriages, Births and deaths.
Whereas, From the death of witness
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uuuu wuiiu uuiicuit iu uruvo uiu luarnaire.
birth, or death of persons, whereby the I
rights of many bae bcen sacrifice(i and ;
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reat wron,ra iiavc been done
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-uiivtixi, xuipuiuuii nuuis, ueepiy
ofFnn;r. l.,.c.;r...l .rtir.1,.v ...i-;.,.i
"-"""S jjucivyui iiomui. ui iiiiiuniuu .
are to be dra wn from the number of mar-1
riages births, or deaths that during a
tcm of s be contvacted or may
occur vitliin the limits of an extensive ;
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vjomiiionweaiuij inerciore, i
mmonweaitli; tlicretore, 1
Section 1. Be it enacted bij the Senate ;
cs may nave heen contracted, and
society ot tneuds, and of every other
person or society by or before whom any
marriage may hereatter be solemnized or
purp03C and within the space of thirty
'' jirtl tlllt rcsiccnce 5 tlw full name of the
i wife previously to the said marriage; the
names of the parents of said husband, and
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the parents ot said wite ; also, the color
of the parties, and the time and place,
and ceremony; where, and by whom such
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ccd by auy clergyman, or other person as
aforesaid, the place of residence of such
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,q ui 1U1 lUUt uuiuuau, anu lu iuluiii
the same, duly signed by him or her, in
the form of a certificate, to the register of
thf hl 7hi?h uch birth sla11 .hff Ye
taken place, in the manner and within
the period directed by the second section
ii any name snouia nave Deen conierrcu,1
n iiTi i I
its sex, color, the full name, as well as oc-
cupation, of its parent or parents, names
j of any other child or children living, and
for better identification, the full name,
nt run mirmii, nr ri:ir(ms m miiiii 1:11
-n u -nv-f. ;,, tUn
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ner, torm, and witimi tnc period anovc
r -, .i . .i .-ii
cFPTTnv 4 Thit evo-v nhvicinn or
' dJCQ afc thc iod of Uie deatb of
, individual, dying within this State, shall
.0 at once a record of such death in a
book to bo kept by him for that purpose,
1 nd gball return the same duly si-ncd
u the form of a certificate' to the reis -
ter of the county in which such individu-
1 n1 ,.,, llOTjn ,..e;,(l(i ,lt .f .i.i,
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" t.d Tnn
! , , , second section or tuis aci ,
1 which record and certificate shall set torth
1 Q fnv OQ ih n cn,nn KOIvt.s.nitA fhe
as lar as the same can be ascertained, tne
, full name scx and color of the person
deceased, and his or her a?c : also, the
name of his or her parents; the occupa-
tion, place of birth; the period, place,!
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and disease oi cause ot death, and, it
within his knowledge, the name ot the
; uuiniLluil, iiliu liiu iiuiiiu ui uia iiatt; ut uui 11, ui ui uia ui uvi uai cuiu"t., aitu iu hju i eoOIi'lC--' Which lllll
: nftliicnptrTChiehsnirl reenrdn.ndnertifinatfi'bv anv register upon the estate or effects of cr blanks prepared iu the torm required by
hall set forth, as far as the same can be any person hereafier dying within this State, the thirteenth section of this act. and .hall
' iseertiined the full name of mch child ' or ffranied, BJiall ue valid, until llie ueatn lu uau, u. w .-um ie.aiert, at
ascertained, tue tu 1 name, ot aicn cm m, shallbedulv certified to the the cost of the Commonwealth, the blank
Dunai ground in wuicn liiierreu, aim u eved sh!li naVe the right ot appeal pro
married at the time of death, the name' ve(j b t10 sjxlj, sccti0n of this act; and all
or rue. nmnnnri or wire, as ine case may ,.n-iirip:its oi marr a'es. oirius. or ueaino, tt t . i.i icw
..l 1 1 1 ....... . r " ,1
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or bunal gro.unt, UrcU .Por "e
1 CPy ,i SU, reCrd' i y , T .1 S
1 n 1 .t , .1 '...i. ,i .l
loresaia y uie Perc0U "1IU uau,' , ,
certificate as aforesaid, when oDtaineu,
' lie s,iaU slSn anu uei?ro ..ulu AP"a",
from the time at which
ceivcd it, shall return the
ister aforesaid ; and every
0 j;ijj.j1y days irom the tn
1 1 p GCe
1 UO IU"J ""'
Eame to the recister
' ; ooroner, or other person yho
, . , , r . a,:ci. ov
. ... .
. shall nee
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ferment witbin the said oity and county,
the certificate required by this section,
and every sexton, or other person, having
the care or superintendence of any vault
or burial ground, who shall neglect to pro
cure such certificate as aforesaid, or hav-
ving procured it, shall neglect or refuse to ;
return it as aforesaid. shall each, for everv 1
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sue i imnr pet or retusn . tnrli.it nnr nnv
the sum & five dollars, rfu-h
rcC0verable as debts of the like arc recov-1
erableby anv person who may sue for the '
i t 1
same; all certidcatesor returns requiruu by .
i- A i. ji i - i i .i..
luis act snail ue si";neu uy me parties so
certifying " ( u-n.cn snaiiue eit uiar.Ks or spaces, u, un.cn
v-wuiju. entries g in I be made, corrc.-pnmlin; to the
Section o. That this act shall not be : liarlicular Sljbject lo each of ,IO saiJ litles
construed to prevent the registry of anvlthe Eaid titles in the books for reterin
marriaL'c contracted, or birth or death '
happening, previously to its passaee, with-1
in the limits of this State; nor of the mar-
I . . . .
' : .
Happening, previously to its passage, with-;
. Either of the parties married were per-
- . .
current registrations, and in separate
books, as is already required
in the case
j to wit : in the case of a marriage, by the
case of a death, by some one who actual-
ly saw such person dead, or who has actu-
al knowledge ot the tact; such proot shall
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be under oath or ainrmation, and shall be
in, and shall be
in thn register
in its character satislactory
Provided further, That sho
fi ,.i ,7,,:..:
should any person
vision of the reins-
lCUi U " " I le CIU il L IUC UCX I51U11 Ul lU"ia"
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ter aforesaid, he or she, or as the case
: may be, the next friend or the rcpreseu-
i tativc 01 tne person, on wuose Denaii sucn
f.-v c?otrl Mlif Y it tlin COtrl nrii.
tu tiiu cuiu tj -.ix-- cmw 'o4J
ter, accompanied by a written statement
of his reasons for rejecting it as insuffi-
, cient' -
- Sixtion 6. That no letters of Administra-
tion or letters testamentary shall be printed
.. , .
trniii rftritfr. m rirdpr th:it the sjune mnv hp
du, reistcre( accortiff t0 the forms and
nrovisions of this act. or as strictlv in comnli-
ance therewith as it may be in the power of
the party so to do.
deemed sufficient upon strict investigation by
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AK..1I 1. n r t. f.ir oc? it rnoif iin nrnrttn.
'" " suu" " "
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cc"0'1 s- J mi "eiiu uouhbor rtgwi
by the register, ,
: .f1 ' "rectd o? a," mar'-
rinbirth, or death, shall hereafter l.e nd-j
cio proot of any marriage, birth, or death :
Provided, however, That should no such re-1
' gistration exist, the proof of any marriage,!
j b,irth' or dciltl' sl,aI1 ,Le f cient, if made in I
the manner now or heroalter required under
the decisions of the Supreme Court of this
' Co""',,)nwe!,,lh- , I
j Scdion Q That if any re?Ist s, n n t
- -.i'-. fhnrteeu davsafterani.no cation mat e
to , toreiristerany marriage, birth, or death,
nS aforesaid register in the proper form and
: book, any such marriage, birth, or death, as the
same shall be certified to him, unless he has
sufficient cause, he shall forfeit and pay the
,,, ,l,,ro tn llf rernVfirfill !1S llellt
nmmni ae rccovenib,ef by nny
who rn ay Slie for the same; the person
iiirin nr ii.rtiii. iir 11 n v
iV; Vd k winH- make, or cause to bo mudo
' in the said books, a false entry of such mar -
! riacre, birth, or death, tin
e bain in.Ku ui iu-
j - Ye 0 0ifending shall be punished by a fine
, or iniprisonuie.it, or Hoth, at tue uiscreuon 01
, jui,iiBumiiviM, m uuin, uu n..- u.v-..w...... .
.ie court, having the cognizance of such of-
fence, the fine not to exceed enjh hundred
'dollarp, and the imprisonment not to exceed
Section 11. That the registry of marriages,
births', and deaths shall'be kept in seperato
books; there shall be general indexes to the
records of all marriages, births, aud deaths,
tuer registrations, but shall be em- w renucuu io wnung
d in the general index; the proof of a,nu le"-u ' "veniy-nve cen ; :.,r sen.img up
seh mnr hn11 L Vnlln llie rt'cori1 " appeal, filty cents; tor
11U LO llie SKl CO'.iri, autll UMim u.iniuii. il nit imm , . .. - . . . - ;
. ... ,r i ; I t such person shall notiiy the rejristerot his re
Iin r.rM iw.MiiMit I ! iiirulo in u'htph Intter ease ii J e
iiiiiii-, (.uin..".M - , . !. ; . e ,tj
which indejees of marriages, births, and deaths,
respectively shall be kept in separate books,
opposite to each name in the said index shall
be affixed not only the reference to the record,
but the day of the month and year in which
bl;,h or dcalh niay hnve occurrodf as the case
vi.v,, io rv.t ru,. f .,:
ftf , ger tSJTu
'he aforos-aid registration, '.he said Looks shall
c,,n,ain ("P"" mch l,:," of ll,e sa",e al,d
uliitiip flm fnorirtti if flm ctlu nf T lw cr ill li'i rr
l"w " - "v-
nrrntetl titles, riulv niunbered. onnoaite to
r, , ...
mumae s'...il !ia i.rii.te.l .-.nrl nrrHmmi in
i. . .
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the uUx, mg words and order, to wit: (tfee
r 1,1,3 !:Cl for registering any marriage, birth
fit MOMlM 1 id LtlMi kT If rtiiiiTLa llitl lIihII
case he thai! receive twenty-five cents, to be
pan; iv the party; Jor exam mg every witness.
eACHl'll the Rum nf
ne thousand dollars, shall be paid into the
State treasury; in order the more effectually
to guard against injury fiom the Joss by rlre,
or oinerwise, ot tne records ot any county,
for other purposes, it shall be the duty of
T . ".( .t r
or ouierwise, 01 me recorus 01 any county,
rfisler' "" lhe penalty of twenty
LZ"1! r?.coverab!e as
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'"ui " "' kuuuuta cciiii-iiijiiuuiiy,
between the fifteenth and twentieth day of
Januarv and July in each year to transmit a
copy ot tiie record of marriages, births, and
gisiaiure an ausiract ot tne number ot mar-
p..na lii-the in Aa.i lc liiIi 1
in Vach county in the State durin each
year next preceding the first day of January,
! a,ndnfofr uhch 1,16 "j1 Snecrel
shall furnish, at the cost of the Common-
wealth, each of the said registers with prop-
.nfli ,,,.1 ini'nvp nnniri.i in.- tii Kri nr -.n,r
ioohsanu ni(iC.ea reouireu ov me nrior anv
other section ot this act, and also, at the same
lime, transmit a printed copy of this act.
which shall he bound with said blank book.
and such instructions on the subject of the
law as he may see fit to prepare, and gener
ally to do whatever may be required to car
ry into eC'eet the provisions of ibis act.
Section 14. That every clergyman, justice
of the peace, physician, sexton, or underta
ker, whose duty :t is to make any return un
der this act, shall, on or before the first dav
of October next, return his name and resi
dence lo the register of thc county in which
he may reside, who shall record the said re-
Jurn in a book to be kept lor the purpoee, to
be provided at the expense of the county, and
county, within thirty days after such remo
vai, except where lie may cease to act in a
,,ril,essl0nal or otficial capacity.
Section 15. That all acts or parts of acta
SUPl)Ued aS fore
hJ,d are oh v rpsSAT V
Speaker of the Jlousc of Representatives,
Speukcr of the Saiate.
We do certfiy that the bill entitled "An
Act to ,)rovjte f;,r n registration of marriatjee,
hinUft anJ denllSi.. w )rest.nled t0 the gV
"nor on the fourteenth day of April, one
10USantl ejght h,llldred and fily-one, being
within ten davs of the cloe of the last session
Ieu"Js)I "'e cio.toi tiu. mMscnm
ol the Legislature, and not havui'; been "sent
buck within three days' of the meeting of
the present Geuerul Assembly, wherefore it
has, agreeat ly to the Constitution o
Commonwealth, become a law in like
no- it ho lnwl en.rin.l It
Clerk of the House of Rc
yf the House of Representatives.
JOHN- M. SULLIVAN, "
Clerk of the Senate.
puckered up her
mouth for a salute, Tom drew back-'Ah,
! ah,'' said he, "go away, colored person,
ms cuiiu uiu l ji wiho io mai"a uiulc.
WelL please do lor," exclaimed the tie.
. womau in astonishlnent "if he wasn't
woman in astonisnment "11 ne wasn't
J bJ dan a mouse he.M be sure to
to o;iored latjon
When a Tennessee girl: iaJ slyly
kissed, she puts on !a' frown and1" says,
(Now,' put that article bjjek'air, jwbro
you stole it from.,, ' -
c . At the bottom of each nao-o in each of said
... ...i. ...i. . .
I a certiueu cony or the lull record of
riaire, birth, or death, Hltv cts. which
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f. ft i