The Mariettian. (Marietta [Pa.]) 1861-18??, October 05, 1861, Image 3

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    rgtrt Serval Paxititiart.
MARIETTA CAR Hoene : The following is
the starting time from this place, from and af
ler Monday, Jane 10:
Marietta Accommodation, at 7.20 a. m
- Harrisburg Accommodation, 2.16 p.
Nail Train, 6.21 p. m
Mail Train,
Harrisburg Accommodation,
sr On our first pin . . will be found a
very able article u "Political and
Social infidelity," frot, the pen of an
Ex-IVlariettian. Read _,.
tar On the forenoon of Sunday last a
OerMan named RUDOLPIT Wlsara, while
crossing the river, and in attempting to
catch a piece of floating timber, fell into
the river and was drowned. The boat
we understand floated down the river,
and was caught at Colntibia. We are
not aware that the unfortunate man has
any relations in this part of the country
to morn his fate. From his previous
Intemperate habits it is believed that ho
was intoxicated at the time of the acci
dent. His body has not yet been found.
Efiir On Friday afternoon of last week,
n frightful storm and rain visited this
IS ection, doing great damage to fruit
trees, fences, &c. The Susquehanna
swelled almost bank full, and almost any
amount of floating timber, trees, wood
&o. completely covered the surface of
the infuriated river. Three or four rafts
lying over from last spring, and for a
long time "high and dry" on shore,
'wore swept away and scattered between
this place and Columbia.
gar Itinerant vender of notions, fa
miliarly known as Betsey Thomson, aged
about sixty-nine years, was fatally injur
ed on the railroat •at Bird-in-hand, on
Tuesday of lost week. While attempting
to cross the track in front of an ap
proaching train, she was struck by the
locomotive and dreadfully crushed.—
Nile was removed to Rowe's hotel, whore
Abe died in about an hour. Betsey was
a resident of Strasburg.
ear The first instalment of clothing
for Col. Hambright's Regiment has boon
received. It Consists of caps, blouses,
choes and under clothing. The balance
consisting of overcoats, chess coats,
pants, &c., will arrive shortly. The
Regiment is nearly full, and, we under
ntand, will be thoroughly equipped be
fore leaving Lancaster.
ti 3" Thu steam [lour mill of Mr. Sam'l
thing, near Rearnstown, this county,
was destroyed by fire on Wednesday
teeming of last week, between one and
two o'clock. The mill contained two
hundred bushels of wheat and twenty
eight barrels of Clear, which was also
a - A fine horse and a stand of colors
were prosentod to Capt. J. K. Waltman,
in command of Groider's Mounted Rang
ors, attached to the Lochiel Cavalry
Regiment ; by B. M. Greider. The pre
sentation took place at Capt. Sherbahn'a
Betel, in the borongh of Mount Joy.
sr Prof. John 'Wino is raising a cav
alry company, Capt. Jacob D. Gompt,
an "old typo," and M. D. Wickersham
or the 'Millersville Normal School, are
getting up infantry companies to be at
tached to Col. Ilambright's regiment.
Oar neighbour of the Mount Joy
Herald has taken courage, those war
times, and enlisted in the Union army
under Capt. 'Hymen. May he never
have cause to regret that embrace.
lir The Lancaster Inquirer came oat
on Monday as a morning daily paper.—
Quito a war appears to waging between
it and tho Evening I?apress.
day night or Sunday morning the carri
age house of Ex-President Buchanan at
Wheatland was broken open and a very
valuable set of double harness carried
nff. The thieves effected an entrance
by prying open the door and found the
barnese in a small closet or box kept for
the purpose. Those harness wore pur
chased at Washington by Mr. Buchanan
shortoly after his inauguration as Presi
dent, at a cost of five hundred and thirty
dollars. They are heavily mounted with
silver, and as the rogues will hardly at
tempt to dispose of them, through fear
of detection, it is likely they will cut off
the mountings, melt them down and sell
it as old silver. The silver alone in this
shape, would probably yield them several
hundred dollars. After securing the
nbarness the rouges visited the ice house
,and carried of all the marketing that day
purellased by Mr. Buchanan's house
keeper. The rascals were apparently
well acquainted , with the premises.—
Lancaster Express.
Gir The ;Election comes off on Tues
day next, and it is to be hoped that
every freeman will go fearlously to the
polls and exercise that dearest of a free
tpan'El right,—the elective franchise.
fir Tho'African M. E. Church will lay
the corner steno for their now church
on Sunday (to morrow) afternoon. The
church is, to replace the one burnt down
eowe time since.
Ladies Meeting
The Patriot Wives and Daughters of
Marietta and vicinity, who are willing
to canvass for and collect hospital stores,
blankets and yarn, or to knit socks, for
our Patriot Volunteers in the service
of our country, are respectfully request
ed to men,* at the Town . 1.1m.r., next
Monday afternoon, (October ith,) at 3
o'clock, to arrange and divide the labor.
By request of several ladies. A. B. G.
N. B.—Those who cannot attend in
person, will please send in thoir names
with a statement of what they aro will
ing to give or to do for this good cause.
11.36 a. m
7.00 p. to
For our sick Soldiers.
Some ladies of our borough desire to
make up a box or boxes of much needed
articles for our sick soldiers in the Wash
ington and other hospitals. Jellies,
apple and ether fruit butter, canned and
dried fruits, pickles and_ other like re
freshments and dainties, so grateful and
salutary for invalids, are respectfully
and urgently solicited. Also, blankets,
woolen socks, yarn for tho same, or oven
money to purchase yarn and pay freight
on the boxes, will be very acceptable,
as all these are.needed by our brave
sick and wounded soldiers. And many
ladies who cannot afford to buy yarn
will gladly knit socks if yarn is furnish
This appeal is made, not only to our
townspeople, but to our farmers also,
most of whom have some of these arti
cles in abundance, and any of whom can
spare some even. of their choicest stores
for the comfort and restoration of these
poor fellows who are bearing our bur
dens, fighting our battles, suffering in
our behalf, and languishing on hospital
couches of sickness and pain for our
sakes. Shall we not prove, by such easy
sacrifices—such kind tokens from their
fellow-citizens at home in the enjoyment
of quiet and plenty—that we remember
them, care for them, and are grateful to
them. Yes, shall we not show by these
simple, yet useful and needed gifts, that
we are grateful to God, their and our
common Father in heaven, that by their
devotion to our common country, the
fearful desolation of battle and of war
have been kept back from our peaceful
fields and happy homes ?
Let all who thus foel, contribute liber
ally as God has blessed them, and as He
gives them opportunity.
Any articles labelled with its name
and the name of the giver, may be left
at Diffenbach's, Spangler & Patterson,
or Cassel's store, or at the residence of
S. F. Eagle, Esq, or of A. B. Geom.
Fast Day Evening.
Mn. EbITOR: I don't know who wrote
that letter for your paper, praising up
Mr. Wheeler's Sermon on the Fast-Day;
there is no doubt, however, but that it
was some selfrighteous Pharice, who
thinks, that his own sins, and those of
his northern friends of tho same color
as hithself had little or nothing to do in
bringing about the Rebellion, and who
was mightly pleased to have the whole
blame laid on Slavery, an institution
that don't exist amongst us. Does it
not scorn to you, Sir that Mr. Wheeler's
eloquence was wasted on the occasion ?
I think if it was of the' kind that "X"
would have ns to believe, it ought to
have been preached at Richmond, Vir
ginia, or to some congregation that
needed it. I don't know of any slave
owners in Mr. Wheeler's congregation;
if "X" does, I hope ho will name them.
It is plain to me that if Slavery is done
away with in the South, some folks in
the North must help to take care of the
cattle. Perhaps "X" will tell us what
ho would do with there, and if ho can't,
could ho not bring Mr. Wheoler to the
rescue, so that between them, your read
ers might get a little more light on this
dark 'subject. A. B. C.
Gr The editor of the Monmouth (N.
J.) Democrat has been on a visit to ex-
President Buchanan. lie writes back
to his paper as follows : I visited Wheat
land, the maidens° of ex-President
Buchanan. I had never seen him, and
gladly embraced the opportunity, As
we approached the house, we saw the
Stars and Stripes floating from a fine
flag-staff in front. He received us in
the library. HO had just recovered
from a fit of sickness, the first he said
ho ever had. Ho looked well, but com
plained that his former strength of body
was gone. He entertained us for an
hour in conversation, which principally
turned upon the rebellion. He related
many personal anecdotes of the leading
military men now before the country,
North and South. He was emphatical
ly of the opinion that there is no way
to get out of our difficulties but to fight
it out. I came away well satisfied that,
James Buchanan stands firmly for the
Union, and that whether mistaken or
not, he has always acted from the high
est motives of patriotism.
Cr An ordinance has been passed by
our Borough Council, requiring a new
sidewalk on the north side of Market
street from Col. Clark's eastward to
Cherry Alley. Bead the ordinance in
this week's paper.
The recent rise in tho traquohart
na has boon a god-send to our fishermen,.
who aro nightly reaping a harvest in the
shape of fine eel&
More Light
Hetr.owA v's Pr t I.S.—The Last Resource .
Dysentery.—There is bat one unfailing remedy
for this class of inflammatory disorders, after
all other remedies have failed—Holloway's
Pills. which are directly on the cause of the
complaint. Laudanum, Morphine and Calo
mel are indiscriminately prescribed according
to the discretion of the attendant physician :
these may give a temporary alleviation, but
they eventually irritate the bowels without re
moving the source—on the contrary, Hollo
way's Pills sooth the bowels by evacuating the
acrid matter which inflames them, cleans the
the stomach of all exciting humors and restore
its normal tone and vigor. Read the Advertise
EDIrLOTEIENT : The Erie Sewing Machine
Company desire to secure a few Traveling
Agents, upon a salary of 25 to $6O per month
and expenses, or a commission. This is an
opportunity seldom offered, and those who
choose a constant business, can rely on con
stant employthent for a term of years. Con
fidential Circulars sent free. Address Erie
Sewing Machine Company. It. JAMES, (en
rale Agent, IVIILAN,• OHIO. [34-6m
We have heard of some astonishing
cures being made by Prof. De Grath's Electric
Oil. It seems to act on the diseased parts with
iemarkable etreets.and in a short space of time
health regains its sway. It can be had of the
Agents here, seo advertisement in another
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers in the
United States and Canada. Price 25 cents, 50
cents, and $1 per bottle. .
Sec advertisement.
ICr . We take pleasure in calling attention to
the advertisement of R. Newell's Gallery of
Art. The testimonials are of the first charac
iC4See advertisment of Prof. L. Miller's
Hair Invigorator, and Liquid Hair Dye, in an
other part of this paper.
BE IT Ordained and enacted by the Town
Council of the Borough of Marietta, that the
owners, holders or lessees of property on the
North side of Market street in said Borough,
from Cherry Alley to Bridge street, shall, with
in 30 days after the promulgation of this ordi
nance, m a k e , or cause to be made the pave
ments or footwalks fronting on their respective
properties; the pavements or footwalks in
front of improved lots shall be made ten feet
wide, and those in front of unimproved lots
shall be made at least five feet wide. The ou
ter edge of which shall be on the curb line.
The material of which. the said walks shall be
made is required to be either FOUR-INCII
PLANK. or BRICK, agreeably to the Supplement
of the Charter of the Borough, passed the 13th
day of March 1860. Each and every person
shall before making the walks required *to be
made by this ordinance, have the same regu
lated and make them according to the grade
directed by the Borough Regulators, under a
penalty of Ten Dollars and the cost of recon
structir,g. for the neglect thereof, and it is.fur
titer ordained, that all pavements or walks
not made by the expiration of the time specili
ed.and in the manner required, shall he made
or caused to be made by the Chief or Assistant
Burgess at the expense of the owners of the
property on which they front, agreeably to the
several Acts of Assembly empowering the car
porated authorities of the Borough to do so; all
existing ordinances that are altered or substi
tuted by the forgoing are hereby'repealed.
Executor's Sale.
In pursuance of - the last will and testa
ment of Lambert Hess, late of the Borough of
Marietta, Lancaster County, Penn., deceased,
the undersigned, Executor, will Bell at public
sale or •out-cry, at the public house of Jacob
Funk, ( Cross Keys) in the said Borough of
Marietta, all that certain
Dwelling House and. Lot of Ground,
with all the appurtenances belonging thereto,
situate and being in that part of the Borough
of Marietta laid out by Jacob Orosh, Esquire,
fronting on Front-st., containing in front 40 ft
and extending in depth to Second street, 200 it,
being the western half of Lot no. 57 and east
ern half of Lot no. 58, adjoining each other in
said part. Persons desirous of viewing the
property before the day of sale, will (lease
call on Philip Yunson residing thereon, or on
the undersigned residing a few doors east of
the Lynden House.
Sale to commence at 3 o'clock, P. M., of
said day when attendanclwill be given and
terms make known by
Executor of Lambert Hess.
October 5, 1861-ts..
Marietta and Maytown Turnpike:
Frlll F. Annual Ell.ktion of the stockholder.
of the Marietta and Maytown Turnpike
Road Company, for the purpose of electing a
President, Treasurer a n d Secretary, and live
Managers, fur the ensuing year, will be held
at the a Donegal House," Marietta,Pa., on
Monday, November 4th, IS6I, at S .M.
13y Order of the Board,
October 5, 1561.-td
Marietta. and Mount Joy Turnpike.
MHE Annual Election of the stockholders
of the Marietta and Mount Joy Turnpike
Road Company, for the purpose of electing a
President, Treasurer and Secretary and five
Managers, for the ensuing year, will be held
at the Cross Keys Hotel, (Funk's) Marietta,
on Monday, November 4th, ISM, at 2 P. M.
By Order of the Board,
J. W. CLARK, SkeY.
October 5, 1861.-td.
Dr. Jno. Cameron & Mrs. Dr. Maury.
- FIR. CAMERON has great pleasure in an-
J nouncing 'that he has now associated
with him in his 'practice Mits. DR. MAURY,
who is a regular graduate of the Hygeio The
rapeutic College, New York; and who was so
long and so favorbably known at the Dansville
Water Cure as Miss Di. Dewey.
M,rs. Manly has had large and successful.
experience in treating disease in general, as
well as in those peculiar to her own sex, and
it will give her pleasure to minister, with judi
cious intelligence, to the relief of those, whose
Sufferings, as yet, may be known only to
MARIETTA, Sept. 27th 1.361.
In the immediate neighborhood of the Jobbing
Houses on Market, Third and Chestnut-sts.,
Banks, Post Office, Merchants' Exchange,
&c., &c., &c.
Accommodation when required on the &Tao
' PEAN PLAN : Rooms from 50 cents and up
wards, per day, and Meals at a fizst-class
Restaurant attached to the Hotel. Prices
according to the Bills of Fare.
The City Cars take passengers from any station
TO Or CLOSE TO the Hotel.
Er English, French, German and Spanish
July 20-Iy.]
BUY one of those beautiful S 0 F T
HATS at Catues s 92 Market-st.
God Save the Commonwealth!
For the General Election for 18G1
IN Pursuance of the duties imposed by the
Election laws of the State of Pennsylvania,
1, S. W. P. BOYD, High Sheriff of Lancaster
county, do hereby publish and give notice to
the qualified citizens, electors of the several
Wards, Townships, Districts and Boroughs of
the City and County of Lancaster ' that a gen
eral Election will be held on TUESDAY,
-at the several places hereinafter designated,
to elect by ballot:
ONE PERSON duly qualified for President
Judge of this Judicial District.
ONE PERSON duly qualified for Associate
FOUR PERSONS duly qualified for Mem
bers of the House of Representatives of Penn
ONE PERSON duly qualified for Treasurer
of the County of Lancaster.
ONE PERSON duly qualified for County
TWO PERSONS duly qualified for Direc
tors of the Poor, to serve for three years.
TWO PERSONS duly qualified for Prison
Inspectors, to serve for three years.
ONE PERSON duly qualified for Auditor.
Ist District—Composed of the four Wards of
Lancaster city. The qualified voters of the
North East Ward will hold their eleetion at
the public house of Anthony Lechler, in East
King street; those of the North West Ward
at the public house occupied by Adam Trout;
those of the South East Ward at the public
house occupied by Samuel McCallister, in East
King street; those of the South West Ward at
the public house of Amos Groff'.
2d District—Druinore township, at the No.
2 ichool house in the village of Chestnut Level.
3d District—Borough of Elizabethtown, at
the public-house now occupied by George W.
Boyer, in said borough.
4th DlStrict—Earl township, at the public
hall in the village of Now Holland, in said
sth District—Elizabeth township, at the
public house now occupied by Franklin &
Elias Bentz, in Brickersville, in said tow nship.
6th District—Borough of Strasburg, at the
public house now occupied by Henry Bear, in
said borough.
7th District—Rapho township including the
Borough of Manheim, at the public house oc
cupied by Michael White, in said borough.
Bth Distuict—Salisbury township, at the
public house now occupied by John Masan,
White Horse tavern, in said township.
9th District—East Calico township, at the
public house now occupied by Widow Fulmer,
in the village of Reamstown, in said township.
lOth District—being a part of the township
of EastDonegal, at the public school .house in
the village of Maytown, in said township.
11th District-Leternarvon township, at the
public house now occupied by John Myers, in
the village of Churchtown, in said township.
12th District—Martic township, at the house
now occupied by George Robinson, in said
13 District—Bart township, at the public
house now occupied by Edwin Garrett, in
said township.
14th District—Colerain township, at the
public house now occupied by James G. Hilde
brand, in said township.
15th District—Fulton township, at the pub-.
lic house now occupied by Joseph Phillips, in
said township.
IGth District—Warwick township, at the
public house now occupied by Samuel Lichten
thaler, in the village of Litiz, in said town
17th District—Composed of the borough of
Marietta and part of East Donegal township,
at the public school house in the borough of
Marietta, in said township.
18th District—Columbia borough, at the
Town Hall, in said borough.
19th District—Salsbury township, at the
public house now occupied by Abraham Roop,
in said township.
20th District—Leacock township, at the
public house now occupied by George Diller,
in said-township.
21st District—Brecknock township, at the
public:house now occupied by Isaac Messner,
in said township.
22d District—Mount Joy Borough, at the
public school house in the village of Mount
23d District—Being part of East Hempfield
township, at the public house now occupied
by Jacob Swarr, in the village of Petersburg,
in said township.
24th District—West Lampeter township, at
the public house now occupied by Henry
Miller, in the village of Lampeter Square, in
said township.
25th District—Conestoga township, at the
public house now occupied by John G. Preis,
in said township.
26th District—being part of Manor town
ship, at the upper school house in the borough
of Washington, in said township.
27th District—Ephrata township, at the pub
lic house 1:10i9 occupied by John W. Gross, in
said township.
28th District—Conoy township, at the pub
lic school house in the village of Bainbridge,
in said township.
29th District—Manheim township, at the
public house now occupied by Charles H.
Kryder, in the village of Netrsville, in said
30th District—Being part of Manor town
ship, at the public house now occupied by
George Dornberger, in .Millersville, in said
31st District—West Earl township, at the
public house now occupied by Grabill B. For
ney, is Earlville, in said township.
32d District—West Hemplield township, at
the public house now occupied by John Ken -
dig, in said township. -
33d District—Strasburg township, at tho
public house now occupied by James Curran,
in the borough of Strasburg.
34th Distriet—lleing part or Manor town
ship, commonly called Indiantown district, at
the public house of. Bernard Stoner, in said
36th' District—West Cocalico township, at
the public house now occupied by John W.
Mentzer, in the village of Shoeneck, in said
36th District—East Earl township, at the
public house now occupied by Henry Yundt,
Blue Ball, in said township.
37th District—Paradise township, at the
public house now occupied by James Frew, in
said township.
3Sth District—Being a part of East Hemp
field township, at the public school house in
the village of Hempfield, in said township.
39th District—Lancaster township, at the
public house now occupied by P. H. Summy,
in said township.
40th District—East Lampeter township, at
the public house now occupied by Henry
Keneagy, in said township.
41st District—Little Britain township, at the
house of Aaron Brogan Sr Co., in said town
ship. •
42d District.—Upper Leacock township, at
the public house of 'Michael Bender, in said
43d District—Penn township, at the public
house of C. Hershey, in said township.
44th District—Borough of Adamstown, at
the school house in said borough.
45th District—Clay township, at the house
of George W. Steinmetz, ( formerly John
Erb's) in said township.
46th District—Pequea township, at the pub
lic house of Benjamin Rowe, in said township.
47th District—Providence township, at the
house occupied by Daniel Huber, in said town
4Sth District—Eden township, at the public
house of William J. Hess, in said township.
49th District —Being that part of Mount Joy
township heretofore included in the 3d district,
at ,Lehman's school house, in said township.
sDth District—West Donegal township, here
tofore included in the 3d election district, at
Rutt's school house, in said township.
51st District—That part of Mount Joy town
ship, heretofore included in the 22d district, at
Benjamin 13reneman's school house, in said
tow nshipt
52nd District—That part of Rapho township
heretofore included in the 224 district ut Strick
ler's school housei,iri , said township.
534 District—That, part of East and West
Donegal townships; heretofore included in the
22d district, at the brick school house, in the
tillage of Springville, in said township.
The General Election, in all the Wards,
Townships, Districts and Boroughs of the
County, are to be opened between the hours
of eight and ten o'clock in the forenoon, and
shall continue without interruption or adjourn
ment until seven o'clock in ttre evening, when
all the polls shall be closed.
Every person excepting Justices of the Peace,
Who shall hold any office or appointment of
profit or trust under the Government of the
United States, or of this State or of any other
city or incorporated district, whether a com
missioned officer or otherwise, a subordinate
officer or agent, who is or shall be employed
under the Legislative, Executive or judiciary
department of the State of the United States,•
or of any city or incorporated District, and
also that every Member of Congress, or of the
State Legislature, and the Select and Commop
Councils of any city, or Commissioner of any
incorporated District, is by law, incapable of
holding or exercising at the same time the
office or appointment of judge, inspector or
clerk of any election of this Comnionwealth,
and no inspector, judge or other officers of any
such election shall be eligible there to be voted
The InSpecior and Judge of the elections
shall meet at the respective places appointed
for holding the election in the district to which
they respectively belong, before nine o'clock
in the morning, and each of said inspectors
shall appoint one Clerk who shall be a qualifi
ed voter of such districts.
In case the person who shall have received'
the second highest number of votes fir Inspec
tor, shall not attend on the day of any elec
tion, then the person who shall have received
the second highest votes for Judge at the next
proceeding election shall act as inspectcir 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 m his place—
and in case the person elected a Judge shall
not attend, then the inspector who received
the 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 law for the open
ing of the election, the qualified voters of the
township, ward, or district for, which such
officers shall have been elected present at such
election, shall elect one of their number to till
such vacancy.
It shall be the duty of the several assessors
of each district to attend at the place of hold
ing every general, special or township election,
during the whole time said election is kept
open, for the purpose of giving information to
the inspectors and judges when called on, in
relation to the right of any person assessed by
them to vote at such election, or such ether
matters in relation to the assessments of voters
as the said inspectors or either of them shall
from time to time require.
No person shall be permitted to vote at any
election as aforesaid, other than a white free
man of the age of twenty one years or more,
who shall have resided in the State at least
one year, and in the election district where he
offers his vote at least ten days immediately
proceeding such election, and within two
years paid a State or county tax, which shall
have been assessed at least ten days before the
election. But a citizen of the United States
who has previously been a qualified voter of
this State, and removed therefrom and return
ed, and who shall have resided in the election
district and paid taxes as aforsaid, shall be en
titled to vote after residing in this State six
months: I'rovided, That the white freemen,
citizens of the United States, between twenty
one and twenty two years, who have resided
fn an election district as aforesaid, shall be
entitled to a vote although they shall not
have paid taxes.
No person shall be permitted to vote whose
name is not contained in the list of taxable
inhabitants furnished by the Commissioners,
unless First, he produce a receipt for the pay
ment within two years of a State or county
tale assessed agreeably to the Constitution,
and give satisfactory evidence, either by his
oath or affirmation, or the oath and affirma
tion of another, that lie has Paid such a tax,
or on failure to produce a receipt shall make
oath to the payment thereof. Second, if he
claim the right to vote by being an elector
between the age of twenty-one and twenty
two years, lie shall depose on oath or affirma
tion that he has resided in this State at least
one year next before his application, and
make such proof of residence in the district as
is required by this act, and that he does verily
believe, from the account given him, that lie
is of age aforesaid, and such other evidence as
is required by this act, whereupon the name
of the person thus admitted to vote shall be
inserted in the alphabetical list by the inspec
tors, and a note made opposite thereto by
writing She word "tax," if he shall be admit
ted to vote by reason of such age, shall be
called out to the clerks, who shall make the
like notes on the lists of voters kept by them.
In all cases where the name of the person
claiming to vote is found on the list furnished
by the Commissioners and Assessor, or his
right to vote, whether found thereon or not,
is objected to by any qualified citizen, it shall
be the duty of the inspectors to examine such
persons on oath as to his qualifications, and if
ho claims to have resided within the State fur
one year or more, his oath shall be sufficient
proof thereof, but shall make proof by at least
one competent witness, who shall be a quali
fied elector, that he has resided in the district
for more than ten days next immediately
preceding such election, and shall also him
self swear that hie bona fide residence, in pur
suance of his lawful calling, is in said district,
and that he did not remove into said district
for the purpose of voting therein.
Every person qualified as aforesaid, and
who shall make due proof, if required, of the
residence and payments of taxes as aforesaid,
shall be admitted to vote in the township,
ward or district in which he shall reside.
If any person shall prevent or attempt to
prevent any officer of any election under this
act from holding such election, or use or
threaten any violence to any such officer, or
shall interrupt or improperly interfere with
him in the execution of his duty, or shall
block up the window, or avenue to any win
dow where the same may be holding, or shall
riotously disturb the peace at such election, or
shall use any intimidating threats, force or
violence, with desigh to influence unduly or
overawe any elector, or to prevent him from
voting or to restrain the freedom of choice,
such person on conviction shall be fined in
any sum not exceeding live hundred dollars,
and irimrisoned for any time not less than
three nor more than twelve months, and it it
shall be shown to Court, where the trial of
such offence shall be had, that the person so
offending was not a resident of the city ward,
district or township where the offence was
committed, and not entitled to vote therein,
then on conviction he shall he sentenced to
pay a fine of not less than one hundred nor
more than one thousand dollars, and be im
prisoned not less than six months nor more
than two years.
If any person or persons shall make any
bet or wager on the result of any election
within the Commonwealth, or shall offer to
make any such bet or wager, either by verbal
proclamation thereof, or by any written or
printed advertisement, challenge or invite any
person to make such bet or wager, upon con
viction thereof he or they shall forfeit and pay
three times the amoungso bet or to be bet.
If any person, not by law qualified, shall
fraudulently vote at any electiomoi this Com
monwealth, or being otherwise qualified shall
vote out of •his
_proper district, if any person
knowing the want of such qualititmtion, shall
aid or procure such person to vote, the person
offending, shall, on conviction/be tined in any
sum not exceeding two hundred dollars, and,
be imprisoned in any term, not exceedingthree ,
If any person shall vote at i• akone
election district, or otherwisetfrau • y ::fitly vote
more than once on the same daY, or shalt
fraudulently fold and deliver to the inspector
two tickets together, with the intent illegally
to vote, or shall procure another to do so, lie
or they offending, shall on conviction be tined
in any sum not leas than fifty nor more- than
five .hundred dollars, and be imprisoned for
any term not less than three nor more than
twelve months.
If any person not qualified to vote in this
Commonwealth agreeably to law, (Mseept the
sons of qualified citizens,) shall appear at any
place of election for the purpose of influencing
the citizens qualified to vote, he shall on etsn- I
viction forfeit and pay any sum not e -ding
one. hundred dollars for every s offence,
and be imprisoned fin any term sot exceeding
three months.
Agreeable to the provision,
sot - lion of the said net every General and
Special rioetion shall be opened between the
boors of eight and ten in the forenoon, and
shall continue without interruption or adjouvri
ment until seven o'clock in the evening, when
the polls shall be closed.
The Judges are to make their returns fat
the county of Lancaster, at the Court House,
in the City of Lancaster,, on Friday, the Iftlr
day of October, A. D., IS6I, at 10 o'clock,
A. M. S. W. P. BOYD, Sheriff'.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE, Lancaster, Sept- 5, 1861
Will be sold at Public Sale
On Saturday, October 19, 1861,
at the public house of JACOB FUNK in the
BOROUGH of MARIETTA, all that certain
AND LOT OF GROUND, situate on the
South side of High street, in the said Borough,
(formerly occupied by S. P. Sterrett) adjoining
property of Alexander Lyndsay on the East,
and the undersigned on the West. The house
is 36 feet 4 inches front and 92 feet deep, with
Porticos n ft. wide. The first story has a t
Hall running through the center with dividing -
Parlors on the West and two rooms on the
East. The second and third stories are divid
ed into five rooms each, one of which on the
second story, is a Beth Room with plenished
copper bath tub, shower bath &c. All the
chambers are provided with spacious closets,
&c. The water is conducted from the roof
into a tank in the third story and might be
conveyed into all the lower rooms if desired.
The house is heated with one of Boynton's
superior ventillating furnaces. There is also
a large FRAME BACK KITCHEN, with
a CISTERN in the same, BAKE-OVEN,
SMOKE HOUSE, &c., attached. The lot is
206 feet deep and has a variety of choice
Fruit trees, Grape, Strawberries, Raspberries
and other small fruit. The whole property is
built in the most substantial manner—the
workmanship and finish of the best character,
and the plan and arrangements acknowledged
by competent judges the most complete.
The property as enclosed, will be sold sub
ject to a dower of two hundred and twenty
six dollars and sixty seven cents, and en the
following, terms : One third part of the pur
chase money to be paid en the first day of
April 1862 g one third on the first day of April
1864 and one third on the ist day of April 1869,
with interest from the first day of April next.
Persons wishing to examine the property, will
call at the store of Sterrett & Co.
. . ...
Sale to commence at 3 o'clock P. M.
MAXIETTA. Sept. 18 3 1861,-18.j
New National Loan.
Seven-and-7hree-Tenths Per Cent.
Now Ready for Delivery at the Office of
dAY COOKE & CO:. Bankers,
IitURSU ANT to instructions from the Secre
tary of the Treasury, the Subscription
Book to the NEW NATIONAL LOAN of
Treasury Notes, bearing interest at the rate
of seven and three-tenths per cent. per an
mint, will remain open at my office,
until further notice, from 8 A. M. till 6 P.M.,
and on Mondays till 9 P. M.
These notes will be of the denomination of
dated 19th of August, 1861, payable in gold,
in three years, or convertible into a twenty
years' six per cent. loan, at the option of the
holder. Each Treasury Note has interest
coupons attached, which can be cut off and
collected in gold atthe Mint every six months,
and at the fate of one cent per day on each
fifty dollars.
Payments of subscriptions may be made
in Gold or Checks, or Notes of any of the
Philadelphia Banks.
Parties at a distance can remit by their
friends, through the mail, or by express, or
through Banks, and the Treasury Notes will
be immediately delivered, or sent to each
'subscriber as they may severally direct.
Parties remitting must add the interest from
19th of August, the date-of all the notes, to
the day the remittance reaches Philadelphia,
at the rate of one cent per day on each fifty
Care of Jay Cooke 84- Co., Bankers,
No. 114 South Third Street, Philadelphia.
October 5-1 month]
"THE UNION." . •
Arch Street, above Third, Philadelphia,
!Cr This lintel is central convenient by
Passenger Cars to all parts of the City, and in
every particular adapted to the comfort and
wants of the business public.
lEr Terms $1.50 per day.
OFFICE: Front street, fourth door
from Locust, over Saylor & Mellon- 1 00m,
aid's Book Store, Columbia. Entrance be
ween the Drug and Book Stores. [3-ly
TUST RECEIVED at Anderson's Confec
tionary and Variety Store, in Market-st., a
fate assortment of children's gigs„ baskets
wagons, perambulators, wheelbarrows, toys
rocking horses, wagons, hdr wm s, Children's
Gigs, Wheel Barrows, Sleighs, Hobby Horses,
China and Paper Toys, Dolls of every size
material Black and -White. Animals of all
kinds and an endless variety of Holiday gifts.
J. M. Anderson's, Market-st.
M B ROI I) Eft IES-Just received the largest
ri and most desirable lot of Embroideries eve
uttered for sale here, consisting in part of beau
tiful French Worked Cullers, Undersleeves
Spencers, Swiss and Jackonett Edging and In
serting, Flouncing, &c., which will be sold at
prices that cannot fail to give satisfaction by
' J. it. Diffenbach,'Market street.
executed in the best style known iu the sat,
No. 532 Arch-st., east of Sixth, Philadelphia.
lia'Life size in
.Oil and Pastii, Stereoscopic
Portraits, Amorotypes, Daguerreotypes, 4c., tor
Cases, Medalions, Pins, Rinks, [ly
PLATED WARE : A Large and hne stock
of Plated ware at H. L. & E. J. Ultra's,
'Corner of North Queer street & Center Square,
Lancaster; Pa. Tea Setts, in variety, Coffee
Urns. Prtehers Goblets, Salt Stands, Cake
Baskets,Card iaskets, Spoons, Forks, Knives,
Casters, &c,, at manufacturers Nue& •
RI:FLA TIN attended to at moderate rates.
can be, had of H. L. & E. J. ZA:IT's, Cm.
orth Queen-a., and Center Square;Lancan
ter, Pa., in the shape of Equilibrium Levers—.
thebest article of Swiss,levers now iuthe mar
;lcel. They are lower in price than any watch
of equal quality midi ust as truaor timekeeping
T ADZES AND GENTS Anderson has just
ju received an elegant assortment of Perfu
mery, consisting of Toiliet Soaps; h air this,
Extracts and Colognes at prices much below
the usual rates, also some very handsome Canes
for gentleman, Pchrtmonies, &c.
Hammered anA Rolled Iron;
S. ears, Norway, Nail Rods, American
and German, Spring and .Cast• Steel, wagon ßoxes,,lmeAxles, Springs, Ac., for arnrthis.
ITNIVEg .& FORKS, Itritainia annilver
11,_ plated Spoons, Braps, Copper, Finin and
Lnamcled Iron Kettles ; and fioneelreepin_,
geode generally: Sterrett Cu.
CONSTANTLY on hand, Monongahela
fluor' Whiskey. Benjamin ef
F of the sixty-first