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Zl rCirr ' . 11,0 vall,e nnJ biMinw. I ,81 GEN
m ibiiui u in in hit. , . i .
court hor m vu wni,i
court a farm for the strong, n .i..
vT mo aim
and the perfecshun ov tho titl , ,.
er as tho alio waul a fule aud v.. ,fc.
or, court hor in the kitchen, in the par
lor, ovcr;the wash tuhand at the nL
nor i tfimirft
' 7 " young innii, and
tyii don t git a real good wife. ti. fu
won't bo ui the courting
Vu can rely on this, and if vi. I.,.,
.i . . ' -
...a mese ru.s wnrk n-t end ',
and I will ghow yo how tho thin J- .v.a
and it shan't cost yu a ,ent for it nnther'
A littlo crirl. aft
chTh whore she sn'iS
up for tho first ti.no ,.i.i 7 .
IlIlltA At.. I .1 . . ---
with rj"r7i17 r S- W,t'r ,,"l,Khe Mi-I,
nn.. . .1., . v.v ""m. u mau
F.uiu uronnu With BOIiio ninn
AT THE ESTABLISHMENT OF
N. CLARK & SOIrobnation!
MAINE STREET, WAYNEBUliJ wHETtHnd by an Act ofthe Oono-
"leal Assciubl Commonwealth olTcnn-
Isylvanla, eiiu Act relating to tliu elue
ItiiiiM of thi'hnwiiiltli,' passed 2d iluv
nf .Inly, A I it Is mndo tho dutyof the
. f , liHr:nu ui ..xii.y V.UIilU UI1S IjOlllUlOll-
vi every grndo and tho very latest winter wealth to alio notlco of tho General
MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING
on it, hut I didn't
S. II. JTHMSOY. JAS. DlCKftn. --
WHOLESALE DRY ooons" "
McElroy, Dickson & Co'
Wilson St McEli
34 Wood Street,
Ovircoats, Dress Conts Ji Business
io new nnii wonderful Coat,
tho first eve
e,7?nlwCArS',t!l0larSCi,tstof!l er offer
uJ Wnynesburg. UNDER CLOTH
, "very grade, Drawers, Under
shirts and wool over shirts and
flue liucn shirts.
Elections, ii h notieo to enumerate :
1. ilio ijo bo elected.
Contl election ill J.
I, Heat I High Sheriff of the
county of i) hereby make known,
and give ptitioi to tho Electors of
tho counhjuio that on tho
2tl 'i uef October Next
I (beinn thely of tho month) a Gen
eral Jueclibo held nt tho several
established by law in
liich timo they will
tho several officers
I laving recently re-llit,l iiT...''1..
elr PALL "STOCK".; i " 3 7
STAPLE AND DOMESTIC) P Ct'8-
it IN LAHGE VARIETY.
or i,nvuLm-YMiK so.ia.am
tne Smoothest Face !
NOTIONS OF EVERY VARIETY,
Gloves, Suspenders. Ties, Wool n.df Hose
liig Store. 88 UulU'
A SPLENDID STOCK OF
CLOTHS AND CASS1MERS,
nfflmVtsiat t?.AH.i. .....
.." o'""1-" "nu American inannRc
tn . r,i. ' . wls,llnS a suit made
Sent an -?- ?UrU b 8c'nmodated.
bept. 0, 'ou-t f N. CLAHK & SON.
vole by b:t!
O.N IS 1
uror of i hi
lor tho office of Ami.
io Commonwealth ot
for tho oflico of Sur-
!ho Commonwealth ot
for tte office of Pres
for member ot As
monwealth of Penn-
for tho oflico ofTreas
v ot Green o
N tor the office of Cora-
oountv ot Greeno
N tor the office ot Sur-
imtv of Greene.
)N for the office ot Aua-
nu .io, 'us
BY iO. K1SWMAX.
Courting is a luxury, it is sallad, it ia
. ise water, it is tho pla spell ov the soul ?
the mart who has ijeyer courted has lived
in vatui he-has been" a blind man amung
- h'vlandsoariiUiad maLr ukanes he has
v been a firlr,;n in the land of hand or
- gans, amV 8e ot muvuJnring ca
nals. Orting is like 2 little springs
ot soft ilcr that steal out from under a
rock at io foot ov a mountain, and run
down to hill, side by side, singing
and dating and spattering cache other,
edying frothing and kaskaling, now
hidir under the bank, now full ov
shadtfr, till bimcby tha jine, and then
tha g slow. I am in favor ov long
eourtlig; it gives tho parties a chanco to
find oit each uther's trump kards. It
is real good exercise, and h jiibt a.i m
nersehtaB two merino lamhs.
Courting is like strawberries and
cream wants to be did slow to gef, tho
flavor. I have saw folks git acquainted,
full in luv, git marid, settle down, git
tew wurk in 3 weeks from duto. This
iz just tho wa sum folks lai n a trade
akounts fur tho grato number ov altnity
mean raochaniks we have, and the poor
jobs tha turn out. Perhaps it iz best I
ehud give Bum good advise tew young
men who aro about 2 court with the final
view tew matrimony, as it was.
in the hirst place, youiiij man, ru
want tew gil yuro system awl rite, and
then find a young woman who iz willing
2 be courted on the square.
The next thing iz to find out how old
she iz, which yer can dew bi asking hor,
and Bhe will sa that she iz 10 years old,
and this yu will find won't be fur out ov
Tho next best thing iz to begin mod
erate t say onse every ntte in the week
for the fust six months, increasing the
dose as the patient scorns to require it.
It is a fust rate wa 2 court the girl's
mother a leotle -on the start t tor there is
one thing a woman never dispizes, and
that iz a lectio cood courting, if it iz
done strictly on the square Atter tho
furst year yu will begin 2 be well ' ac
quainted and will begin 2 liki the bizzi
ness. There is one thing I always ad
vize, and that iz not to swop folagratft
oftenor than onse in too days, 'less yu
forgit bow the gal looks.
, Okashionly yu want 2 look sorry and
draw in yure wind as tho yu have pain i
this will set the gal to teasing yu 2 find
out whnt ails yu. At a gineral thing I
wouldn't brag on uther gals much when
I was oourtin. It mite look as tho yu
knu 2 much. It yu will court 3 years in
this wa, all tho time on the square, if yu
, don't sa it iz a leotle the slickest time in
yure life, yu can get measured for a hat
at my expense, and pa for it.
Don't court for muny nor buty, nor
rolashuns theso things are jist about as
the kerosene ile rufiuin bizziueas, liable
to get out ot repair and bust at eny min-
J W.HAHN, Proprietor.
IN INVITING THE PiTnon i.i,
1 age, the undersigned iiels conlide. C at
by 1 islon? experience, ho will bo enabled to
iVo. -v.ftk SlreeU n.nl 1oo)
PITTSBURGH, J A.
Jewelry mm oruei, imi, w . --.Murks,
iges. &c. i Jewell? WvC.ils
-t ami made to look equal to new.
""un Will UU Ml 111 Mnan..n,nn ..i.. . . .
Cahmiciiakls, Sept. ,',
J. f. rnmnn Tr Q11fl1M
. - vwuiUli
Sale of Oil Stocks.
I Will 0Tlr Ml nnl.ll.
dnvO,.i 7 1. "'"-non on Katur.
oayuct. ah, atCarm p. h L. n.. r.
. two Shan 1 1.. i. .:" .' ;. Tr ,D,y.0''
i2 Conllia,,v. hj i u u . .u .ma-
ors.K). " i f,1 ,,tty l le nr6t assessment
on each J, " ' 1 "i ot 35
w.,u(c liuw i
. A GILBERT,
llitjheal Ouh Vrku l'uidfvr Old Hold S,- Silcci:
ALL OKDERB PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
Julv 12, '"-1 y
GOODS GREfflV RGIIB!
(AT THE OiiD STAND of W. A. PORTER,)
Has received, and ready for sale at sweeping
New Summer Goods,
comprising tho latest and most fashionablo
styles, anil of a very superior quality.
Tho attention of tho Indies is particularly
invited to his select assortment ot
comprising everything In that line that can bo
Cloths, Cassimercs & Vestings,
Laces. Bonnets and TrlminiiiKS, Hosiery,
Gloves, &c, &c, at extremoly low prices.
of the very latest styles and very pretty.
MEN AND BOYS' WEAR,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, and
everything usually kept in a country Dry
Good Store. '
We invito all to call and cxamtuo our stock
before purchasing elsewhere. No troublo to
show goods. Wo fool assured that our stock
and prices are unsurpassed outside the city.
Give us an early call.
June 14, 'GS-Iy,
The Secret Scrvicc,fnc Field,
the Dungeon, and the
BY ALBERT!), utptt a ' .
I'. Tribune Correspond?.
The most illtcreslinirnnil rvi: i
nlUll,Pr. ..mhrnHn,, u nTX" ' " ml1
Uirmigll the S.rtilhTiS t0 SclrWyeWSJWiar;
"Trihuno" at tho outbreak of tho war, with
our armies mid tlects, both Kist and West,
during the first two years of tho Rebellion -,
ma uimmig enpiuro ; m i-uumiumuui
twenty nuaUhsin seven dill'erent rebel prisons;
li's escape, and almost miraculous Journey by.
nidlit of nearly 400 miles. It will abound in
sutirring events, and contain more of tho fact
ueideut and romance of tho war than any oth
er work published.
lIoKAcii Uituiav says 1
"A great many broks will yet bo written
concerning this War, in addition to the many
already ui print; but not one of them will give
within a similar compass a clearer, fuller, moro
readable account, entirely from personal ob
servation, of tho nature, Animus, purposes,
tendencies and instrumentalities of the Slave
holders' Rebellion than docs the unpretending
narrative ot Air. lticiianison."
Teachers, ladies, energetic young men, and
especially returned and disabled ofllccrs and
soldiers, in want of profitable employment, will
find it peculiarly adapted to their condition.
We have agents clearing 175 per month,
which wc will prove to any doubting applicant.
Send for circulars. Address
JONES, BROS. &C0.,
W. E. corner SIXTH and MINOR Streets,
scp20-lm Philadelphia, Pa.
Ilnr ol'ilJlLV ot Ot Ul'CCIIO.
ONE p() lor tlie ol,io '
rector of poor of tho county of
G Thes'!ction will bo held thro'-out
the couijl tollows
Tho tors of Franklin township,
will miJtho bouse of Smith Greene.
Tlie Jo ot Marion, will moot at
the wjihdow of the Court Houso in
Thoptorsof Whitely township, at
tho hniorinurlv of Lewis Ileadleo,
Tlmjetors of Dunkard township, at
tliodwug houio of Kusarts Mills.
Thdoetors of Greeno township, at
tho off of Jeremiah Stewart, Esq
ThJnntnrs of Monoiiirahela town
ship, filto houso occupied by Win .Mcs-
'iM.JlnRtms of Jciiorson township,
will icet at the houso of Win. Kelly, in
Tt Electors of Morgan township, at
the Uool House near W. T. 11. Pauley.
Tft Electors of Jackson township, at
Jolason's School houso.
'io Electors of Cumberland township'
t the west window of the hoo occupi
eo oy ju.M-pii oroio in carmithaels.
01Iui .Ejectors of. .tho Borough of Car
Tho Electors ot Center township, nt
tho houso of Samuel woods, in Clinton.
Tho Electors of Morris township at
the houso of Edward Barker.
'lho Electors ot Wayue towmslup, at
Phillip's School House.
Tho Electors ot Washington town
ship, at the brick School House, between
the inns ot Heath Johns aud Bcnj.
Tlo Electors of Alloppo township, at
the louso of August Miller , ou Wheel
Tie Electors of Riohhill township, at
tho tuso formerly of Joseph Funk, in
Tie Eloctors of Porry township, nt tho
hou formerly occupied by John Minor,
tn M. Morris.
Ttu Eleotors of Gilmoro township, nt
tho luuso of Enoch Hennon, in Jolley-town
Til- Electors of Springhill township,
at Sttilicn Wbito's Mill,
permitted to vote whose
ntained in tho 1U of taxable In
habitants, furnished by the coinmlssiouers,un
less fliBt.be produce a receipt for the puymeut
within 'I years.of a state or county tax,asMes8cd
agreeably to the conslitutlon.nnd give Bi'tisfac
tory eviJenbo, either on his own oath or nlHrma
tiou of another, Unit ho Uw paid sueli tax, or on
fullure to produce a receipt slmll make oatliof
lho payment thereof, or second if ho claim a
vote by being an elector between the ages of
twentv-onu and twenty-two years, he shall
ucpose on oam or ainnimtuiu unit he has resi
ded In the State at least one yenr before his ap
plication, mid make such proof of bis resilience
in too district as required by this act, and Unit
he docs Verily believe fnun'tbe accounts given
111 l il that lie id of Hire al'oresuid. and lmvu such
other evidence as is required bv this net :
whereupon the namo of the person so sdniilted
to vote shall bo iuserted in tho nlphalwtleal
list by the inspectors, and a note unulc oppo
sito thereto by writing the word 'tax' il'lic shall
bo admitted to Vote by reason of havim? putil
tax, ortliu word 'ago,' if he slmll be admitted
to vote by reason of suc h age, and slmll be
called out to tho clerks who shall make tho
like uotes in the list of voters kept bv them.
"In all cases whero the natna of the per
son claiming to vote is found on the list
furnished lv the Ciiuuiiis'jioners and as
sessor, or his right to vote, whether fouud
thereon or not is objected to by any qual
ified citizen, it shall b the duty of the
inspectors to examine audi person on oath
ao to his qualifications, aud if lie claims
to b ave resided in the State for one year or
more, bis oath shall not be sufficient proof
thereof, but shall malic prool thereol by at
least one competent witness, who shall be
a qualified elector, that he bas resided
within the district for more than ten daya
next preceding said election, and shall al
so himself swear that his bonn fide resi
dence, iu pursuance ol bis lawful calling,
is niiiii Jij.i,it.and that he did not
remove into said district tor mo u r- ,
"Every person qualified as aforesaid, and
who shall make due proof, as required, of
his residence and payment of taxes aforo
said, shall be permitted to yets in the
township, ward or district in which bo
"II any person shall prevent or attempt
to prevent any officers of an election un
der this act irom holding such election, or
iih or threaten any violence to any such
olhcer, or shall interrupt or improperly in
terfere with him in the execution of his du
ty, or shall block up tlie window or ave
'hp m nnv wiudow where the same may
h linldino or shall riotously disturb tho
neace at such election, or shall use orprac
ties any intimidating threats, force or vio-
lunnc with desiirn to influence unduly or
nvflrnweanv elector or nrevent bim from
voting or to restrain the freedom of choice,
..i,.l, i.orunn on conviction shall be fined
in nnv sum uot exceeding five hundred
dollars and imprisonment for any time not
less than one month nor more than twelve
months.. and if it shall be shown the court
urlim-a ti.! trial of such olTenRO shall be
other ofllccrs t and tho provisions and the act
of the general assembly, entitled 'An Ant re
lating to the elections of this Commonwealth,'
approved lho 2d day of Jnly,l:t!i,and ha sev
era! supplements, and all other like laws as far
as tho same slmll bo in force and applicable,
slmll bo deemed and taken to apply to the
election forjudges: Provided, That tlie alore
suid electors shall voto for Judges of the Su
premo Court on a separate piece of paper, and
lor all other Judges required to be learned la
tlie law ou another separate piece of paper.
". At a meeting of the return judges of the
several election districts In each comity provi
ded for in the act hcreiubvforu cited, duplicate
returns of all the votuj given in such county
forjudges of the sitpreluu court, and all Judges
which the qualified voters of such ci unty are
entitled to elect of tnemsi'lves unconnected
with any other county or dis(rict,slmll be made
out by the clerks of the board ot return judges,
one of which returns the president of suid
board shall forthwith lodge iu the ottico of the
prothouotary of tho court of common picas of
such county, and the other he shall enclose In
an envelope, whicli envelope lie uluill seal aud
direct to tiiu secretary of tho commonwealth,
and place It in the nearest post otllce.
(i. In case of the election of president judge
of any judicial district composed of two or
more counties, at a meeting ol tho return Judg
es of each of such cminlics,tlie clerks aforesiid
uluill make out a fair statement of all the votes
which slmll have been given at such election
within tho county for every person voted for
as such president judge, which shall bo signed
by said judges and attested by the clerks; and
one of uiid judges slmll take clmrgo of such
statement, and shall produce tho samo at a
meeting of one judge Irom each of said coun
ties, which meeting shall bo held on the sev
enth day after the election, at tho court houso
ot one ot the counties to ue nxcu ov taxing sucn
counties alternately in their alphabetical order.
7. The judges ol tlie several counuosnavmg
so mct,shall cast up the several county returns,
and niako a sufficient number of copies of a
general return of all the votes given Ibrsuch
cerQTy JnlTWirf'tfjnci, an o! wiiicu i iey huuu
with In the otllce ot tno protiionouiry-wtne
court of common pleas of each of said counties,
and one of whiob they shall encloso, seal and
direct to the secretary of tho commanwealtli,
In uiaunerprescribod by tlie 6th wctioa of this
Si In case of tho ejection of anyjudgo orany
court of record how existing or hereafter to
be created, having Jurisdiction over torritory
lyins within and not including all of any coun
ty, tho return judges of tlie several election
districts within such torritory shall constitute
a board ot returnee judges wuurespeei wuui
election, aud slmll, at tho same timo" and place
of tho return judges of such county, proceed
in all respects Iu relation to such elections as is
required of tlie county board in the ith section
hereof, except that they shall lodge one of tho
duplicate returns in tlie ofilco of tho clerk of
said court iu stead of that of. the prothouotary
of the court of common pleas.
The Judicial Return Judges, will moct at the
Court Houso, in Washington, Washington
countv, on the seventh day after the elecUon,
bcing'Tucsday, October 17th, 1805.
Given under my hand, at my office in Way-
ncsburg, this 2ith day of August, in tho year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
M nnn wnDrnii .
VItlI1flf Iff 1 ff I I I II
NEW GOODS !
Just Arrived !
Prices' as Low as Usual ! '
to Wit the times i
tiUlliEUlS ; STORE, -I
Wayne, burg, Peim'a.
AusuH 30 1805.
in h mm
E. S B.VYKR3.
NEW STORE ! !
THE SPECIFIC FILL
is usually sufficient to effect a prompt and rad
ical cure of SPERMATORRHEA OR SEMI
NAL WEAKNESS, and is equally the spkcif
10 kkmkdy for every specios of Genital or Uri
nary Irritability. Involuntary or Nightly Sem
inal Jiminionn, from whatever cause produced, or
however severe, will be speedily relieved, and
the orgnns restored to healthy action.
PROFESSIONAL OPINIONS. "I have
used your Sntcino Pill la many eases of
SiieriMtorrhea With tne most perect mceent."
J. Milton Sandkhb, M. D., LL. D.
"I have cured very seven catee with from six
to ten dosos of your Specific Pill." U.
Kkitii, SI. 1).
Price fa per bor.. Six boxes for $r, by
mall. Address J. WINCHESTER, No. uu
John Street, N. Y.
Positively the Latt Notice.
Tho Books of MiNoa & Co. and Mmon &
Bno., must bo closed against tho last day of
Scptombor, 188r; or they will bo placed In
ho baud? of un olllcer for collection. imuu-M
SAYERS & IIOSKIiSO.',
WAYNE SBURC, PA.
MESSRS. SAYERS & IIOSKINSON
Have Just openod an extensive and entirely
new stock of FASHIONABLE
Bought In the bost Eastern market, at the very
lowest cash rates, comnrising all styles of the
most fasliionablu and serviceable texturos of
Geutiemen & Lades' Wear
It is useless to onumnrnto. They have every'
thing in the line, with
RONNETS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS
And Shoes. Wares of all kinds, and a com
plete variety ofthe best GROCERIES. All or
which they propose to sell at the very lowest
ngurcB. (luponuing on mo qunuiy anu ciicup
ness of their goods to gain them custom.
Sept. 20, 1BU5. t f.
Tho undersigned, having largo tracts o;
land situated in Southern Iowa and In Missou
ri, is desirous of disposing of it on reasonable
terms. The land will be sold In tracts to suit
purchasers, from 40 to. loot! acres In a Tarni.
Those londB have been examined by tho un
derslgucd and ho can tender any lufbrinatlou
required couuernlnir thcin.
f. ii. wiiisoy, j
tf Wayuosburft Pa.
I mike known and give notice, as in and by
the lltli section of tlie aforesaid act I am di
rected, 'that every person, excepting justices
of thoteuco, who shall holu any olllcuor ap
po'mtm'iit of profit or trust under tho govern
ment fl'llio Lnilud States, or of this State, or
any cly or incorporated district, whether a
coiumbsinncd olllco or otherwise, a subordi
nate otlcer, or agent who Is or shall be em
ployed under the legislature, ludiclary or exec
utive daiartiucnt of the State or United States,
or of iu city or Incorporated district, and also
that every member of Congress and tho State
Legislature, and of tho select aud common
council of any citv, comni ssionera of any in
cornornted district, is by law Incapable of hold-
Ian or oxerclsintr at tho samo time tlie oflico or
nppolnunent of judge, Inspector or clerk of any
cfretjnn of tills Commonwealth, and that no
lusiector or juuge, orany oiuer imiixr ui any
inch election, shall bo eligible to any olllco
then to be voted for.'
Also, that in tho fourth section of tho act of
Astemblv, jntiiled 'An Act relating to tho ex
ecutions, and for other purposes,' approved
April lti, 1H40, It is enacted that tho aforesaid
Kith section 'shall not bo so construod as to
prevent any militia ottlcor or borough olllcor
from serving as a judge, Inspector or clerk at
ny general or special election in this Com
monwealth.' AIbo, that In tho 01 st section of said act it is
enacted that 'every general and special
election slull bo opened between tho hours of
eight and ten In the lorenoon, ami snail con
tinue without Interruption or adjournment un
til seven o'clock lu lho evening, when tbo polls
shall bo closed.
The irenerul. special, citv, Incorporated dis
trict and township elections shall be conduct
ed bv the Inspectors and judges elected as
aforesaid and by clerks appointed as hereinaf
'No nersnn shall bo permitted to voto at any
election ns aforesaid but a white freeman of
tho ago of twenty-one years or more, who shall
have resided tn this State at least ono year, and
In tin election district where he offers to vote
at least ten days Inline'' lately preceding such
election, and within two years paid a suite or
county tax, which shall have boon assessed at
least ten days before tho election, but a citizen
ot't'io United States who has previously been
a qualified voter of this Statu and removed
therefrom and returned, and who chall have
resided In-thn election district nr.d paid taxes
as aforesaid, shall bo entitled to voto after re
siding In this State six months ; Provided, That
White froeineu, citizens of the United States,
btitwoen the ages of twenty-one and twenty
two, and having resided In' tlie election district
ten days as aforesaid, shall bo entitled to voto
slthough they shull not have paid tuxes.
had that the person so offending was not a sixty-five, and in the eighty-ninth year of tho
resident of the cily. ward, district, or the , Independence jif the Uinted St.itos.
i.,.i t ei.titUl lo vo'o therein, Siieiufi-'s Office, Wmmesburij, '., Sept. 6.
then on conviction he shall be sentenced
to pay a fine of not less thai one hundred
nor more than one thousand dollars and
bo imprisoned not less than six mouths nor
more than two years,"
"It shall bo the duty of the several as
sessors respectively, to attend at the place
of holding every general, special or town
ship election, during tha tifne Baid election
is kept open, for the purpose of giving in-
formation to tlie inspectors unu joibjo,
when called on in relation to the assess
ment of voters as the said inspectors or
ither of them shall from timo to time re
If nnv nerson or persons shall make a
bet or wager upon tlie result of any election
wiihin tins Co ninonwcaltli or shall oiler
printed or wrnMr.v.e.cr....eijlier by
lenge or invite any person or persons to
make such bet or wager, upon conviction
thereof, be or they shall forfeit and pay
three times the 'amount so offered tobs
If any person not by law qualified, shall
fraudulently vote at any election iu this
ConiTonwcallh, or being otherwiso quali
fied, shall vote out of his proper district,
or if any person, knowing the wautol such
qualification shallaid or procure such per
son to vote, ilie person, on conviction,
shall be fined in any sum not exceeding
two hundred dollars and bo imprisoned
for any term not exceeding three months.
II any person should vote at more man
one election distriot, otherwise fraudulent
ly voto more than oneo on the same day,
or shall fraudulently fold and deliver tc the
inspector two tickets together, withthe in
tent illegally to vote, or advise and pro
cure another so to do, he or they shall on
conviction be fined in any sum not less
than lllty nor more than five hundred dol
lars, ami be imprisoned not less lliah three
months nor more than twelve months.
It' any person not qualified to vote in
this Cnnrnonwealth, agreeably to law. (ex
cept the sons of qua I : fl oil c't'zens,) shall
appear at any place of election, for tho pur
pose of issuing tickets or of influencing
citizens qualified to vole, lie shall on con
viction, torfeitand pay any sum not ex
ceeding one hundred dollars for every such
offence, and be imprisoned for any term
not exceeding twelve months.
In case tho person who shall have receiv
ed the second highest number of votes for
inspector shall not attend on the day of
election, then the person who shall have
received the second highest number of
votes for the next spring election shall
act as inspector in his place ; and in case
the person who shall have received the
highest number of votes for inspector shall
not attend, the person elected Judge shall
appoint an inspector in bis, place; and in
case the person elected judge shall not at
tend, then tho inspector who reoeived tho
highest number of votes shall appoint a
judge in his place, or If any vacancy shall
continue in the board for the space of one
hour after the time fixed by the law for the
opening ofthe election, the qualified voters
ofthe township, ward, or district for which
such officer shall have been elected, pres
ent at the place of election, shall select one
out of their number to fill the vacancy.
Pursuant to the provision contained
in the 7th section ofthe aot first aforesaid,
the judges of the aforesaid districts shall
respectively take charge ofthe certificates
of return ofthe election of their respeotive
districts, and produce them at a meeting of
one judge Irom eaoli aistriot at tne oorougn
of Waynesburg, on the third tltly after the
day ofthe eleotion, being ON FRIDAY,
THE 13th DAY OF OCTOBER; then and
there to do and perform the duties required
by law pf said judges.
Also, that where a judge, by sicknes or
unavoidable accident, is unable to attend
such meetingof judges, then the certificataJ
or return shall be taken ohame of by one
of the inspectors or olerks of the election of
the district, wno snail aoanu periormiue
duties required of said judge unable to attend.
NEW SKIRT FOR 1865-6.
Tho Great Invention of tho Age in
J. W. BRADLEY'S New P .tent DUPLEX
ELLIPTIC (or double) SPRING SKIRT.
Tins isvf.ntiok conslsUtf Duplex fdf two
Ell.,cPubB It HtBKI ,
y mHnr eihmly together? "
wee, cftsffiX. ana cnuit .firtngt' ' tot il
seldom bend or break, like the Btngie Vyo. ...
and consequently preserve their perlecnA.' :
beautiful Shapo more than twice as long aa 7
any Single Spring Skirt that Ever Has or Can- -(
be made. .
THE wonderful flexibility and great comfort .'
and pleasure to any Lady wearing the Duplex
Elliptic Skirt will be expcricnccu paitlculnrly ,
in all crowded Assemblies, Operas, Carriages,
Railroad Cars, Church Pews, Arm Chairs, for "
Promcnndn and Houso Dress, as the Skirt can
bo folded when in uso to occupy a small place .,
as easily anu conveniently as a iik or musun
A Lady hayingEujoyed the Flcasure, corn
tort and Great Convenience of wearing tho' '
Duplex Elliptic Steel Spring Skirt for a singlo
dny will Never afterwards willingly dispense;
with their use. f or umurcu, susses ana
Young Ijiidies tlioy aro superior to all others.
THE HOOPS arc covered with 2 ply double'
twisted thread and will wear twice as long as- '
the Single yarn covering which Ib used on all1
Singlo Steel Hoop Skirts. The three bottom
rods on every Skirt are also Donbie Steel, and
twice or double covered to prevent the cover
ing from wearing oil the rods when dragging
down stairs, stone stops, &c, &c, which they
arc constantly subject to when In use.
All are ma-.le of thu new and Corded Tapes, '
and aro tho best quality in every part, giving
to tho wearer the most gracolul and perfect
Shape possible, slid aro unquestionably the
lightest, most desirable, comfortable and eco
nomical Skirt ever nmdo.
WESTS, BRADLEY & CARD, PROPRI
ETORS of tho Invention, and SOLE MANU
FACTURERS, 7 CHAMBERS, and 7'J JS si
HKADKHTHKETS, Hew xortt. ,
FOR SALE tn all first-clues Stores in thy
City, and throughout tho United Suites ny
Canada, Havana no uuna, jwsa:", cur
America, and'thc West Indies.
trhotdrefor the Duplex I-Uvl,cY'A
Election of President Judge.
Also, iiv an Act uklatinu to 'tiiu ELEcrios
or Juuoiis, AiTitovni) Ai'itii. lSrii,
1861, IT IS DUIKCTKIIAS FOLLOWS I
4, Tho election for Judges shall be hold and
conducted In the several election districts in
tho same manner In all respects as elections for
representatives aro or slmll bo held nr conduct
ou, and by the same judges, inspectors and-
KONIGS13URG, PRUSSIA, 1803.
STETTIN". UUSSIA, 1865.
TN COMPETITION WITH ALL tho leail
J. nig Sewing Machines IN EUROPE AND
AMERICA, and tho United States Agricul
tural Association ; Metropolitan Mechanics'
Institute, Washington; Franklin Instituto,
Philadelphia; Mechanics Association, Boston;
American Institute, Now York ; Maryland
Institute, Baltimore ; Mechanics Association,
Cincinnati; Kentucky Institute, Louisvido;
Mechanics Institute San Francisco ; AND AT
EVERY STATE AND COUNTY FAIR
WHERE EXHIBITED THIS SEASON.
Upwards or 200.000 of these Machines
Have Already been Sold,
A fact that spoaks louder than words of the
success and popularity of Wiikeleb & Vh
Skwino Machine THE CHEAPEST
CHINE IN THE WORLD,
BECAUSE IT IS THE BEST.
mm AUClll.NE WARRANTED for three years.
Customers Bisk Nothing in Purchasing:.
Always Happy to Exhibit and Explain them.
t3" Circulars, containing an explanation of
tho Machine, with testimonials from Ladies of
the highest social standing, given on applica
tion, citherin person or by mail.
WM. SUMNER & CO.,
Agents for the Western S'ates and
Principal Office and Wholesale Emporium t
NO. 27 FIFTH ST-,...P1TT3BUR0, PA.
July 12, 1805 ly
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, &C.
MAIN STREET, WAYNESBURG, PENN'A
One door East of tho Old Bank Uullduiir,
"IITATCHES, Clocks and Jewelry, repaired
vY a si
Waynosburg, July 22, 1802
I short norice, and on very reasonable
Tho undersigned Cnnntv SnW""
Will exnnuno Teachers for lho difbrenfclR'
...... In nf llmmii. I - I .J. n...I ..tJ .k
uiiu. ..I uivtiu vwunty uiu mil o ftuii 111:1-.
ces desi!;niUed,coinniencing ut 10 o'clock a. m.
Ciimliurlund and Cunnichacls B'tough, on
Thursday, September lltb, alVnil.'ihaels.
Monon giilic-la, on Friday, tH'ptcinlV15th.
ill itliqni-UM u.
Jiiiukiird, ou Monday, September isi.', at .
Greeno. on Tuesday. September tilth, it N
I amln -g It ni-l..
" v. ,.,
Perry, on Wednesday. Sentcmler 20th, atv .
Afount Morris. I
Whitclcy, on Thursday, September 21st. at
Wayne, on Friday, Scptemler 22d, at.
Worley's School House.
Uiliuorc, ou Saturday, Scptcuber 23d, at
Jackson, on Monday, beptcmuer zatii, at
Springhill. on Tuesday, September 20th, at
Allcppo, on Wednesday, September 27th,
at Elbin'g School-Houso.
Riohhill, on Thursday. September 28th, at
Morris, on Friday, September "29th, at
Center, Saturday, Sept. 80tli, at Rogorsvillo.
Jefferson and Jefferson Borough, on Mon- -
dav, October 2d. at Jefferson.
Munmn, on Tuesday. October 3d,at Center
Washington, on Wednesday, October 4tlt
at Ross' School-Houso.
WaVhesburc. on Thursdav.Octobor 5th. for
Franklin and Marion.
Applicants will present themselves tor exam-
ination In the district in which they expect t
They will be required to be present at the:
timo of commencement, provided with Stod-"
dar's Intellectual Arithmetic, Osgood's Fifth,'
Header, Pon, Ink and Paper and Ave cents to.
pay tor the Revenue Stamp on the Certificate,
and also a Postage Stamp. Teachers must
avail themselves of this opportunity to be ex
amined as private examinations will not be
granted, and they are the only exainlnattor"
to be held lu the County for the coming school
term. , .
I have the State Superintendent's Annual.
Report, Teacher's Monthly Roport and alt.
necessary blanks for the present school year
for distribution. Citizens are invited and Di
rectors especially aro requested to attend:
the examinations. Persons addressing me on.
olHcialpbuslucss and wishing an answer wll!
please enclose a Postage Stamp.
T. J. TEAL, Co. Superintendent
Ricb's Lanmnu, Sept 1 Htli. 1805.
Three Doors West of First National Bank.
THE well known FARMERS' GROCERY;
formerly kept by Strosnlder & Simouton,
has recently passed into tbe hands of Pbtbk;
Bbown and John Parkkb. Theso gentlemen,
having replenished tho stock with a new as
ALL KINDS OF GROCERIES'
Confectioneries, ifcc, solicit a fair share of tlie,
public patrouago. The invitatlou is to all
caU audsc them. uial.'G5-tf
BLANK OIL LEASES
On hand aud for sale at tho ftepubh