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A t Pad jr arititian.
ifiohong, Depreinoei. 29, 1866.
rr The ;donning Passenger train for Lan
„tgand Philadelphia will leave the upper
::, 1 , 00 at 12. minutes after 8 o'clock. T lie
t roin going westward will pass Upper
n lit 7 minutes after 12 o'clock, NOON.
ige Harrisburg accommodation train eastward
n an at 26 minutes after 5 o'clock, in the
f,y r i n end returning arrive here at 43
lo'i,,rotlea°tiller 6 o'clock in the evening.
or Printed lists of all the deserters
140o -reporting drafted men of Penn.
l onia, have been sent to the office o f
g aoart of Quarter Sessions of Lan.
csi ter. We would call the attention of
igloo officers to that part of the Sher-
Proclamation, prohibiting deserters
f on:ail:lg at any election in Pennsyl
0- Thursday morning last was very
it ching in this place ; one of , the larg.
t oelegutioes ever gotten for any
i;iicaldemonstrutdon, left here for Lau
cod, Capt. Geo, 11. Ettla was chief
marshal, to whose untiring efforts are
success of getting so interesting
pivot; the Coatesville brass band
wo3"gaged and a number of fine ban-
Mond transparencies painted, amongst
vhieh sue an amusing one of a dead dog
iuth a collar around his neck, marked
p o l i cy," stretched out on his side,
&On lire duck—a regular canvass back
.with spread wings perched upon his
Ctadcaicass; on the reverse was a one
igged soldier stepping with his crutch
tlou the head of a rampant copperhead.
ga iie. A number of other approprilite.
hairiN was also carried in the proces-
Hon , Ma 3 town under the lead of Lietiei.
nary 8. Book, came to the.car station
Rill a very large delegation.
R. The Min M. Whitehill borough
pli.sty will be offered fur sale this
Some of this property is very
Mstible. Whilst in this connection,
homy !say that Messrs. Spangler &
CA have purchased from A. Collins,
iwho, it appears, Cannot now, in cons.e.
spine° or business engagements else-
P come to our town ), the James
Whitehill reritlence, and will erect on
lOpfire now occupied by the Delling•
r Acebrutype rooms, a very tine store
min. This firm has long needed a
cure extensive salesroom, and, we learn
tine one is to be erected. Abraham
NiFcPr has bought the old George All
trit property, on Market street; M re.
tV, Chat; the residence of James
who has removed tee P htladel
s;,i3; firs. daisies Whitehill, the reel
isiiiiireing Al r ileun on the E set.
i,L , 4lorroblii borough property is now
ct,. The :51.equehiti.nn commenced ris
:%,,ll6,tiurdity and by Monday rafts
m ming toile thick ; Soule coeng
, ;:ml through from Citterry Tree ; the
Neill Branch was also np and Hemlock
mat quantity arrived, The town
!,; tLy owire week has been filled with .
!I , 4keds ; Jew clothing stores open,.the
Ikels Idled and u general spring like
;:poratice to the whole town. This
Ida , has been a " God-send " to many
iho spring having proved such a
W.larsps Ducharan, the 0. P. F., is
!:,id he in better health than at any
!Niirms time for six years past. fie
N;onougaltela regularly, nod
the policy of ('resident John
hr!,;ts a matter of Course, it being in
(~t oonance with his own when he de-
4 , eti that while secession was unwise
tr, was no constitutional power to
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tlThe Union League of Philadel
iili3 11,1 3 Rent ;3500 to the sufferers at
h0 ' 10 "11, by the accident, when see
6i:aceideney, Andy Johnson, pens
ihs pinee. We learn through
Roath that Emanuel Young,
114:Ilya Mai iettian, but fur some years
t , WL,ta of Johnstown, was one Of the
ilirus, having had his leg broken.
aOa Saturday next, the Youth's
I,lqtrance Society will hold a celebra
lic'n in tie Town Ilall, at 1 o'clock.
4,iiirenue will be delivered, Singing by
rs of the society. A dinner
rid ht, Prepared for them at 2 o'clock.
fi~eudsof Temperance aro invited to
LIP Quite a large and spirited Union
üblicnn meeting was held in the
j 4 hall on Saturday evening last
4 64 J ' l 9 Libbart presided ; Andrew
ril troug and a Mr. Wilson were the
I Petilit ra,
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4 ° monster California sweet pots•
4 was raised a few days since from the
. 40 of Mr, Barr Spangler, which
l our pounds and thirteen nun
", Who can beat that?
4. Mr. John Fulks will sell his en
ktoch of clothing, remaining on hand
t 6 2d and 3d instant. Also an
'Kle of town lots known as the "Cook
tj giu" gunned near the Cemetery.
' t" ''''
t turget the Temperance
l ing at the Temperance HAIL 00
evening next. Several address.
:` lll be delivered. To commence at
4. Rol'. Mr, Stringer will preach a
• 11 00 to the young men on to morrow
, 1)// diy ) morning, in the M.
Ita public is respectfully in
ir The grand mass meeting in Lan
caster, on Thursday last, was a gigantic
Affair. The city was literally crowded.
The procession, which was one of the
largest ever seen in that city, after
marching through the principal streets,
proceeded to the Locomotive Works
grounds, where three stands had been
erected for speakers. Judge Champ
nays presided at the principal stand ;
speeches were made by Thaddeus Stev
ens, Galusba A. Grow, Gen. Farnsworth
of 111., Joo. W. Forney, Gen. Lippit of
R. 1., Col. Mullins, of Tenn., Gen. Dun
can, Prof. Leo. Miller, R. W. Shenk, 0.
J. Dickey and Dr. John L. Atlee, Sr.
On Tuesday morning last, EEBRIDGE HERR,
of Indiana, formerly of Columbia, to MARY
ELIZABETH, daughter of William Child, of
On the 6th inst. at the residenze of Dr.
P. Hinkle, MR. ARCHIBALD A. KRn,
of Washington, D. C,
The deceased was the son of Rev. J.
W. E. Ker, of Philadelphia. The re
mains of this very excellent young man,
who died at the early age of 26 years,
were taken to Washington and buried
in the neautiful Glftwood cemetery.
The funeral services were conducted by
the Rev. Dr. Gurley, and were said to
have been deeply impressive. To the
unspeakable joy of his father and broth
ers, who were summoned here to see him
die, be made a profession of his fuith in
Jesus. Joining in the holy sacrament
of the Lord's supper a few days heforit
his death and died rejoicing in hope of
the glory of God. One among his last
-sayings being, ( as he seemed to catch a
glimpse of Heaven) " Bright I beautiful
and large enough for all !" W. A. F.
LYON'S PERIODICA L DROPS. The great fe
male Remedy for Irregularities.—These Drops
are a scientifically compounded fluid prepara
tion, arid better than any Pills, Powders or
Nostrums. Being liquid, their action is direct
and positive, rendering them a reliable, spee
dy and certain specific for the cure of all ob
structions and suppressions of nature. Their
popularity is indicated by the fact that over
100,000 bottles are annually sold and consum
ed by the ladies of the United State's, every
ore of-whom speak in the strongest terms of
p aise of their good merits. They are rapidly
taking the place of every other Female Rem
edy, ond are considered by all who know
aught of them, as the surest, safest and most
infallible preparation in the. world, for the
cure of all female complaints, the removal of
a II obstructions of nature, and the promotion
of health, regularity and strength. Explicit
directions stating when they may be used, and
explaining when they sliould not, nor could
not be used without producing effects contra
ry to nature's chosen laws, will be found care
fully folded around each bottle, with the writ
ten signature of JOHN L. LYON, without
which none are genuine.
Prepared bv Dr. Jot-ix L. LYON, 195 Chapel
street, New-Haven, Conn., who can be con
sulted either personally or by mail, (enclosing
stamp) concerning all private diseases and fe
'male weaknesses. Sold by Druggists every
where. C. G. CLARK & Co., Gen'l ilgts for U
S. and Caned/is. 'Nov. 4-ly
;CP' How often we see men and women Who
are fairly fading out of existence. They acorn
to have no especial disease, but general lasi
tude and languor; no ambition, no energy, in
digestion, weakness, total inability to eat and
relish food, etc., all of which is nothing tut
Dyspepsia. Coe's Dyspepsia Cure will surely
cure every such case, no matter how long
standing. It is also a most excellent remedy
for cholera morbus, cramp or colic, in either
stomach or bowels. We advise all suffering
to try it.
EMPIRE SHUTTLE MACHINES are superior
to all otlicis for family and manufacturing
purposes ; contain all the latest improvements;
are speedy, noisless, durable and easy to work.
Illustrated Circulars sent free. Agents want
ed. Liberal discount allowed. Lo consign
ments made. Address EMPIRE S. M. CO, OS
Broadway, N. Y. [xiii:6-iy
n- Whiskers !—Whiskers ! ! Doctor L. 0.
Montez' Corrolie, the greatest stimulator in
the world, will force Whiskers or Moustaches
to grow on the smoothest lace or chin ,never
known to fail ; sample for trial Bent free to
any one desirous of testing its merits. Address,
9.env ES & Co., 78 Nassau-st., N. Y. pm
N EW YORK
AND PHILADELPHIA !
BOWERS 8( STEACY,
MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PA
invite the attention of persons in want of
to their large and cheap stock, recently pur
chased in New York and Philadelphia. Full
line French Merinoes, plain and figured wool
DeLaines, Poplins,. Reps, Cashmeres, Scotch
Plaids, Plain Medoras.
LADIES CLOAKING CLOTHS,
Balmer&la ' hoop skirts, handkerchiefs, collars,
&c., &c. Muslins at 121 cents and upwards;
Prints at 12i. cents and upwards; Cotton flan
nels, 26 cents and up ; Gingharns. 22 cents and
np ; Woolen Flannels,4o cents and up ; Ticks
and Checks at various prices.
MEN AND BOY'S WEAR
Full line black French cloths ,
_ Dceskin and
Fanc} Cussimeres, English and French suitings
of the latest designs, Sattinetts, Jeans, Tweeds
Neck ties, gloves, &c.
In this establishment will always be found
a choice lot of Teas, Coffees, Sugars and Syr
ups. Having purchased our stock FOA C Astr
enables us to offer bargains to purchasers.
23 An early call is solicited.
Marietta, Sept. 29, 1866
r' W ENTY- VI V E quarrymen at Pequea,
J neur Leeman Place. Wages $2.00 per
day, boarding 20 cents per meal. Steady em
ployment will be given.
Sept. 29-21° Foreman.
irki LEN'S l' oelebnited GIN,
ii. D. RENJAM/A
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GOD SAVE THE COMMONWEALTH 1
I, F. SMITH, high Sheriff of Lancaster
county, commonwealth of Pennsylvania, do
hereby make known and give notice to the
ELECTORS of the county aforesaid, that an
election will be held in the said county of
TUESDAY, the 9th day OF OCTOBER, 1866,
for the purpose of electing the several officers
hereinaftei named, viz :
ONE PERSON duly qualified for Governor of
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
ONE PERSON duly qualified for Men ber of
TWO PERSONS duly qualified for the Sen
ate of Pennsylvania.
FOUR PERSONS duly qualified for members
ONE PERSON duly qualified for Associate
Judge of the County of Lancaster.
ONE PERSON duly qualified for Sheriff.
ONE PERSON duly qualified for Prothono-
ONE PERSON duly qualified for Register.
ONE PERSON duly qualified for Recorder.
ONE PERSON duly qualified for Clerk of
ONE PERSON duly qualified for Clerk of Or.
ONE PERSON duly qualified for County Corn-
TWO PERSONS duly qualified for Directors
of the Poor.
TWO PERSONS duly qualified for Prison In-
ONE PERSON duly qualified for Coroner
ONE PERSON duly qualified for Auditor
I also hereby make known and give notice
that the place of holding the aforesaid election
in the several wards, boroughs, districts and
townships, within the county of Lancaster,
are es follows, to wit:
lst District— Composed of the four Wards of
Lancaster city. The qualified vote,s of the
North East Ward will hold their election at
the public house of Anthony Lechler, in East
King street; those et the North West Ward,
at the public house occupied by Adam Trout;
those of the South East Ward, at the public
house occupied by John G. Hood in East King
street; those of the South West Ward, at the
public house of Groff & Kreider.
2d District---Drumore township, at the No.
2 school house, in the village of Chestnut Lev
3d District--Borough of Elizabethtown, at
the public house now , occupied by George W.
Boyer, in said borough.
9th District—Earl township at the public
hall in the village of New Holland, in said
sth District—Elizabeth township, at the
public house now occupied by George Bentz,
in Brickerville, in said township.
6th District—Borough of Strasburg, at the
public house now occupied by Frederick My
ers, in said borough
7th District—Rapho township, including the
Borough of Manheim. at the German seism]
house, in said borough.
bth District—Salisbury township, at the
public house now occupied by John Mason,
White Horse. tavern,
in said township.
9th District—East Cocalico township, at the
public house now occupied by Henry Rhoads,
in the village of Reamstown, in said township.
10th District—Being part of the township of
East Donegal, at the public school house in
the village of Al aytowii, in said township.
1I th District—Cwrnarvon township, at the
public hou±b now occupied by John Myers, in
the village of Churchtewn, in said township.
11th District—Murtic township, ut the house
now occupied by Robert Saulaby, in said town
13th District—Bart township, at the public
house now occupied by Adam Rutter, in said
14th District—Colerain township, at the
pubtic_bouse now occupied by J. IC. Alexan
der, in said township.
15th District—Fulton township, at the put-
I c house now occupied by John Kennedy, in
16th District—Warwick township, at the
public house now occupied by Samuel Lichten
shades, 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.
13tli District—Columbia borough, at the
Town Hall, in said borough.
19th District—Sadsbury township, at the
public house now occupied by Jesse Haines. in
20th District—Leacock township, at the pub
lic house now occupied by J. D. Warfel, in
21st District—Brecknock township, at the
public house now occupied by C. G. Burkhart
in said township.
'22d District—Mount Joy borough, in the
Council ChaMber, in the borough of Mount
23d District—Being part of East Hempfield
township, at the public house now occupied
by 11. S. Landis, in the village of Petersburg,
in said township.
24th District—West Lampeter township, at
the public house now occupied by Henry Mil
ler, in the village of Lampeter Square, in said
to a - n
25th District—Conestoga township, at the
public house now occupied by John G. Preis,
in said township.
26th District—Being part of Manor township
at the upper school house in the borough of
Washington, in said township.
27th District—Ephrata township, at the pub
lic house now occupied by B. F. Hull, in said
2Sth Dzstrict—Conoy township, at the public
school house in the village of Bainbridge, in
29th District—Manheim township, at the
public house now occupied by Jno. Kepperlin6
in the village of Neffsville, in said township.
30th District—Being part of Manor township
at the public house now occupied by Joseph
Goehenaur. in 14.1illerstown in said township,
31st District—West Earl township, at the
public house now occupied by Grabill G. For
ney-. in Earlville, in said township.
32i1 -District— West Ilempfield township, at
the public house now occupied by John Ken
dig in said township.
33d District—Strasburg township, at the
public house now occupied by James Curran,
iu the borough of Strasburg.
34th District—Being part of Manor township
commonly called indiantown district, at the
public house of Bernard Stoner, in said town
35th District—West Cocalmo township, at
the public house now occupied by Daniel
Mishler, in the village of Shreneck, in said
36th District—East Earl township, at the
public house now occupied by John J. Kersey,
at Blue Ball, in said township.
37th District—Paradise township, at the
public house now occupied by Henry Bear, in
38th District—Being part of East Hempfield
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 W. T. Yousrt,
in said township.
90th District—East Laropeter township, at
the public house now occupied by Jacob Rid
dle, in said township.
41st District—Little Britain township, atthe
house of Wm. J. Marshbanl, in said town
42d District—Upper Leacock township, at
the public house of Menne Wenger, in said
43d District—Penn township, at the public
house of Jacob Buser, in said township.
44th District—Borough of Adamstown, at
the school house in said borough.
45tu District—Clay township, at the house
of Geo. W. Steinmetz, in said. township.
46th District—Pequea township, at the pub
lic house of B. Martin, in said township.
47th District—Providence township, at the
house now occupied by Amos Groff, in said
48th District—Eden township, at the public
house of Lawrence Suter, in said township.
49th District—Being that part of Mount Joy
township heretofore included in the 22d dis
trict, at Lehman's school house, in said town
bOth District—West Donegal township, here
tofore included in the 3d election districti-at
ltutt's school house in 'said township.
515 t Dietridt—ThatTert of Blount Joy town ;-
ehiP lierctstote lacluded in the 228 district - at.
Benjamin Brenneman's school house, in said
52d District—That part of Rapho township
heretofore included in the 22d district, at
Strickler's school house, in said township.
5.3 d District—That part of East Donegal
township heretofore included in the 22d dis
trict at the brick school house in the village of
Springville, in said township.
54th District—That part of Rapho township
heretofore included in the 52d district, at the
public school house in the village of Newtown
in said township.
The General Election in all the Wards,
Townships, Districts and Boroughs of the coun
ty, is to be opened between the hours of eight
and ten o'clock in the forenoon and shall con
tinue without interruption or adjournment un
til seven o'clock in the evening, when all the
polls shall be, closed. •
Every person, excepting Justices of the
Peace, who shall hold any office or appoint
ment of p i rofit or trust under the Government
of the United States, or of this State, or of any
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
departments of the State or the United States,
or of any city or incorporated district, and also
that every member of Congress, or of the State
Legislature, and of the Select and Common
Councils of any city, or Commissioner of any
incorporated district, is, by law, incapable of
holding or exercising at the same time the of
fice or appointment of judge, inspector or clerk
of any election of this Commonwealth, and no
inspector, judge or other officer of any such
election shall be eligible there to be voted for.
The Inspector and Judge . of the election
shall meet at the respective places appointed
for hailing the election in the district, in which
they respectively belong, before nine o'clock
in the morning, and each of said inspectors
shall appoint one Clerk, who shall be a quali
fied voter of such district.
In case the person who shall have received
the second highest number of votes for inspect
tor shall not attend on the day of any election
then the person who shall have received the
second highest number of votes for judge at the
next preceding election shall act as inspector
. 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 his
place—and in case the person elected judge
shall not attend, then the inspector who re
ceived the highest number of votes shall ap
point a judge in his place—or if any vacancy
shall contisne in the board for the space of o ne
hour after the time fixed by la'v for the open
ing of the election, the qualified voters of the
township, ward or district for which such offi
cers shall have been elected present at such
election, shall elect one of their number to fill
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 elec
tion, during the whole time said election is
kept open, for the purpose of giving informa
tion to the inspectors and judges, when called
on, in stint on to the right of any person asses
sed by them to vote at such election, or such
.other 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
preceding such election, and within two years
paid a State or County tax, which shall have
been assessed at least ten days before the elec
tion. l tit a citizen of the United States who
has previously 'Men a qualified voter of this
State, and removed therefrom and returned,
and who shall have resided in She election
district and paid taxes as aforesaid, shall be
entitled to vote after residing in this State six
months : Provided, That the white freemen,
citizen of the United States, between twenty
one and twenty-two years, who have resided
in an election district as aforesaid, shall be
entitled to vote although they shall not have
No person shall he permitted to vote whose
name is not contained in the list of taxable
inhabitants, furnished by the Commissioners,
unless, First, he produces a receipt for the
payment within two years of State a or coun
ty tax assessed agreeably to the Constitution,
and give satisfactory evidence either• on his
oath or affirmation, or the oath or affirmation
of another, that he has paid such a tax, or on
failure to produce a receipt, shall make oath
to the payment thereof. Second, if he claims
the right to vote by being an elector between
the age of twenty-one and twenty-two years,
he shill depose on oath or affirmation, 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 lie does verily believe
from the account given him, that he is of age
aforesaid, and such other evidence as is re
quired by this act, whereupon the name of the
person thus admitted to vote shall be inserted
in the alphabetical list by the inspectors. and
a note made opposite thereto .bY writing the
word "tax," if he shall be admitted to vote
by reason of having paid tax; or the word
"age," if he shall be admitted to vote by reas
on of such ege, shall be called out to the clerks
who shall make the like notes on the list 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 ob
jected to by any qualified citizen, it shall be
the duty of the inspectors to examine such
person on oath as to his qualifications ; and if
he claims to have resided within the State for
one year or more, his oath shall be sufficient
proof thereof, but shall make proof by at lei st
one competent witness, who shall he a quali
fied elector, that he has resided in the district
for more than ten days next immediately pre
ceding such election, and shall also himself
swear that his b •na /Ida residence, in pursu
ance 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 payment 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 threat
en any violence to any such, officer or shall
interrupt or improperly interfere with him in
the execution of his duty, or shall block up
tho window, or avenue to any window where,
the same may be holding, or shall riotously
disturb the peace at such election, or shall ass
any intimidating threats, force or violence,
with design to influence unduly or overawe
any elector, or to prevent him from voting or
to restrain the freedom of choice, such per
sons on conviction shall be fined 'in any sum
not exceeding five hundred dollars, and im
prisoned for any time not lees than three nor
more than twelve months, and if it shall be
shown to Court, where the trial of such offense
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 con
viction te•shall be sentenced to pay a fine of
not lees than one hundred nor more than one
thousand dollars, and be imprisoned not leas
than six months ror more than two years.
If any person, not by law qualified, shall
fraudulently vote at any election of this Com
monwealth, or being otherwise qualified shall
vote out of his proper district, if any person
knowing the want of such qualification, shall
aid or procure such person to vote, the person
offending, shall, on conviction, be fined in any
sum net exceeding two hundred dollop, and
be imprisohed in any term not exceeding three
If any person shall vote at more than one
election district, or otherwise fraudulently
vote more than once on the same day or shall
fraudulently fold and deliver to the inspector
two tickets together, with the intent illegally
to vote, or shall procure another to 'do so, he
or they offending shall on conviction be fined
in any sum not less than fifty nor more than
five hundred dollars, and be imprisoned for
any term not less than three nor more than
If any person not qualified to vote in this
Commonwealth agreeably to law, ( except the
of qualified citizens.) shall apppeal at any,
-place of election for the purpose of influencing
the citizens qualified to vote, he Shall On epn
vietion fotfeit and pay any faith not exceeding
one hundred dollars for every such offense and
be imprisoned for
.any term not exceeding
Agreeably to the provisions of the sixty first
section of the said act every General and Spe
cial Election shall be opened between the hours
of eight and ten. in the forenoon, and shall
continue without interruption or adjournment
until seve o'clock. in the evening, when the
polls shall be closed.
The Judges ate to make their returns for
the County L acnaster, at the Court House,
in the City of Lancaster, on Friday,
12, 1866, at 10 o'clock A. M.
DESERTER'S DISFRANCHISING LAW.
As therein directed, I also give official notice
of the following provisions of an Act approv
ed June 4th, 1866, entitled, "A further supple
ment to the election /awe of this Common
WHEREAS, By the act of Congress of the
United States, entitled '"An Act to amend the
several acts heretofore passed to provide for
the enrolling and calling oat the national
forces and for other purposes," and approved
March third, °tit thousand, eight hundred and
sixty-five, all persons who have deserted the
military or naval service of the United States,
and who have not been discharged or relieved
from the penalty - or disability therein provid
ed, are deemed and taken to have voluntarily
relinquished and forfeited their rights of citi
zenship and their rights to become citizens,
and are deprived of exercising any rights of
citizens thereof; and
WHAREAS, Persons not Citizens of the
United States, are not, under the Constitution
and laws of Pennsylvania, qualified electors
of this Commonwealth.
SECTION 1 .Sc it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania in General Assembly
met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority
of the sarpe, That in all elections hereafter to
be held in this Commonwealth, it shall be un
lawful for the judge or inspectors of any such
election to receive any ballot or ballots from
any person or persons embraced in Vie provi
sions and Subject to the disability imposed by
said act of Congress, approved March third,
one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five;
and it shall be unlawful for any such person
to offer to vote any ballot or ballots. '
SEC. 2. That if any such judge and inspec
tors of election, or any one of them, shall re
ceive or consent to receive any such unlawful
ballot or ballots from any such disqualified
voters, he or they so offending shall be guilty
of misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof,
in any Court of Quarter Sessions, of this Com
monwealth, he shall for each ofence be sen
tenced to pay a fine of not less than one hun
dred dollars, and to undergo an imprisonment
in the jail of the proper county for not lass than
SEC. 3. That if any person dedrived of cit
izenship and disqualified as aforesaid, shall at
any election hereafter to be held in this Com
monwealth, vote or tender to the officers there
of and offer to vote a ballot or ballots, any
person so offending shall be deemed guilty of
a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof in
and court of quarter sessions, of this common
wealth, shall for each offence be punished in
like manner as is provided in the preceding
section of this act is cases of officers of election
receiving such unlawful ballot or ballots.
SEC. 4. That if any person shall hereafter
persuade or advise any person or persons de
prived of citizenship and disqualified as afore
said. to offer any ballot or ballots to the offi
cers of any election hereafter to be held in this
Commonwealth, or shall persuade or advise
any such officer to receive any ballot or ballots
from any person deprived of citizenship and
disqualified as aforesaid ; such person so of
fending shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and
upon conviction thereof in any court of quar
ter sessions, of this Commonwealth, shall be
punished in like manner as is provided in the
second section of this act in the case of offi
cers of such election receiving such unlawful
ballot or ballots.
Sec. b. That it shall be the duty of the Ad
jutant General of this Commonwealth to pro
cure from the proper officers of the United
States, certified copies of all rolls and records
containing official evidence of the fact of the
desertion of all persons, who were citizens of
this Commonwealth, and who were deprived
of citizenship, and disqualified by the said act
of Congress, of March third, one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-five, and to cense to
be recorded, and preserved, - in books to be
provided and kept for that purpose, in his of
fice, full and complete exemplifications of such
roils and records, and to cause true copies to
be made thereof, and furnished to the clerks
of the sever l courts of quarter sessions of this
Commonwealth, accurate duplicates, or exem
plifications, of such rolls and records, embrac
ing the names of all such disqualified persons
as had their residence within the limits of said
counties,respectively, at the time of their being
marked or dt-siguated deserters; and it shall be
the duty of the clerks or the several courts of
quarter sessions of this Commonwealth to
preserve, in books to be kept for the purpose,
all such copies and exemplifications of such
rolls and records, so furnished, and to allow
access thereto, and furnish certified copies
therefrom, on request, in like manner, as in
the case of other records of such courts.
Sec. 6, That a certified copy, or extract,
of any such record, from the clerk of a court of
quarter sessions, of this Commonwealth, shall
be prima facia evidence, before any election
board, of the fact of desertion, and consequent
disability and disqualification as an elector:
Provided, That if any person shall willfully
use, or present, any false, fraudulent, or forg
ed paper, purporting to be a certified copy or
extract, as aforesaid, he shall be deemed guil
ty of a misdemeanor, and, on conviction there
of, shall be punished in like manner as is now
provided in the second section of this act:
And provided however , That if, by the prod,uc
tion of a certificate of honorable discharge
it shall appear that such person, so offering :o
vote, was in the military service of the United
States before, and at the time of his being
drafted into such service, and, thereupon fail
ing to report, or, in ease of the fact of deser
tion appearing by certified copy of his company
roll, if it shall appear that he was afterwards
acquitted thereof, and honorably discharged,
such proof shall be received as evidence to
disprove his said disqualification : And pro
vided further, That if any'person, liable to be
objected to, as disqualified as aforesaid, shall
produce, before any board of election officers,
any false or fraudulent paper, purportina ' or
pretending to be his honorable discharge fnm
the United States service, he shall be oeemed
guilty of forgery, and, on conviction thereof,
shall be punished as persons are now by law
punishable for forgery.
Sxc: 7. That it shall be the duty of the
judges and inspectors of elections, hereafter to
be held in this Commonwealth, whenever the
name of any person, offering to them a ballot
or ballots, shall be found upon a certified copy
or extract furnished from said rolls or records,
by a clerk of a court of quarter sessions, mark
ed as a deserter ; or whenever any person
shall be objected to as disqualified, as aforesaid
at any election, by any qualified voter, at the
request, or suggestion of such persons so offer
ing a ballot, to examine such person on oath or
affirmation, as to the fact appearing from smith
certificate, or alleged against him, by the elec
tors so objecting, and if he deny it, as to his
reasons therefore: Provided however, mat
if any of his answers, under such examination
are false, such person shall be deemed guilty
of the crime of perjury, and, upon conviction
thereof, he shall be punished as persons are
now punishable by law, for perjury.
SEC. 8. That it shall be the duty of the
Sheriffs, of the several counties of this Com
monwealth, to insert in their proclamations of
elections, hereafter to be held, the first four
sections of this act, with the preamble thereof,
and upon conviction of any violation of the re
quirements of this section, any sheriff shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor in office, and
be punished in like manner as the offences pro
hibited by the second, third and fourth sections
of this act are punishable.
S, c. 9. That in the trial of all cases, arising
under this act, it shall be the duty of the courts
trying the same, to inquire into, and &tena
ble any question of fact as, alleged desertion
involved therein, upon., proofs, furnished by
exemplifications .or extracts from such roils,
or records, duly certified, by the proper clerk
of a court of, quarter sessions, v hich are here
by made evidence thereof, and, also, from such
proof, by peril, as may be given in evidence
by either party : Provided, That the provi
alone of this !mt., so far as, applicable, shall ap-,
ply to persons who voluntarily and, -without
any kind of, duress, or conMraiotioljeted in
the ;die' 4„6lldeiti. • .
CHANGE IN THE NODE OT VOTING.
As therein directed, I. also give official no
tice of theiollo win g provisions of an act ap
proved March 30, 1866, entitled "An Act
regdlating the mode of voting at all elections
in the novena counties of this Common wealth.
Szcriorr 1. Be it enacted by the Senate
and [rouse of Representatives of the Co mmon •
wealth 'of Pennsylvania in General Assembly
met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority
of the same, That tire qualified voters of the
several counties of this Commonwealth, at a
general, township, borough, and special elec
tions, are hereby hereafter authorized and re
quired to vote by tickets printed or written, or
partly printed and partly written severally
classified as follows One ticket shall em
brace the names of all judges of courts voted
for, and to be labelled outside "Judiciary " ;
one ticket shall embrace the names of all
State officers voted for, and be labelled
"State"; one ticket shall embrace she names
of all county officers voted for, including of
fice of Senator, member and members of As
sembly, if voted for, and m a - nbers of Congress
if voted for, and be labelled "County"; one
ticket shall embrace the names of all town
ship officers voted for, and be I abelled "Town
ship"; one ticket shall embrace the names of
all borough officers voted for, and be labelled
"Borough"; and each class shall be deposited
in separate ballot boxes.
Given under my band, at my °Bice in Lan -
caster, the 30th day of August, in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and six
ty-six, and in the n netieth year of the inde
pendence of the United States.
FREDERICK SMITH, Sheriff.
SH ERI FE'S OFFICE, Lancaster, Sept. 5, 1866.
F ALL & WINTER GOODS !
A LARGE AND WELL
DIVERSIFIED STOCK OF FALL .AND
Winter G - cpcxis
Have just been:opeaed by
No. 66 Market street, Marietta, Pa
Embracing full lines of Ladies Fashionable
Dress goods, desirable plain styles Dress goods,
Sacking and Cloaking Cloths, Stella, Thibit
and Plaid Shawls, Balmoralsand Spring Skirts
in all sizes, Calico - s, Gingliams, Muslins, Pil
low Case and Shirting Muslins, Checks, Sheet
ing, Tickings, Osnaburgs, Chambrys, Diapers,
Counterpanes, Coverlids, Blankets, Crash, &c.
MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR.
Hats, Caps, Shirts and Drawers.
Wall Papers, Window Blinds, Carpets, Carpet
Chain, Floor and Table Oil Cloths, &c.
Full setts Iron stone and Granite Queensware,
a variety of Glassware. Groceries of all
kinds, Sugars, Syrups, Coffees, Teas,
Fish, Cheese, Rice, &c., &c.
The bulk of our goods have been bought in
packages from the manufacturers, at the low
est cash prices; we are, therefore, offering
great bargains to purchasers. An early call is
S. S. RATI3.VON,
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At F. J. Kramph's Old Stand, onthe Cor
ner of North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
RAT EF U L to the Citizens of Marietta
and vicinity, for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended, the undersigned respect
fully solicits a continuance of the same; as
suring them, that under all circumstances, no
efforts willbe spared in rendering a satisfactory
equivalent for every act of confidence reposed.
CLOTHS, CASSINI ENDS A N n VESTINGS, and
such other seasonable material as fashion and
the market furnishes, constantly kept on hand
and manufactured to order, promptly, and rea
sonably, as taste or style may suggest
ALSO BEAD T-If ADE CLOTHING,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goonds
and such articles as usually belong to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
I am now in the receipt of the best of Oysters
which will be settled up in the usual varie
ties of styles. I will have fitted up for the
winter months, warm and Comfortable rooms
on the first and second floors, for the
ACCOMMODATION OF THE LADIES,
which department will receive particular
attention. G. U. GOODMAN,
Goodman's Ice cream & Oyster saloon.
Marietta, September 15, 1566.-tf.
0 Ai PREPARE
el 0 A L reduced to nearly the standard of
ki former years—FOß CASH. A well se
lected stock of
Blifibiat Co., &
11...1 trap AIL 3E4 ma
?"'.A. lot of Fine Coal at $4 delivered.
C. A. SCHAFFNER
Shawls Ba'morals Gloves, Hosiery
Belts and Buc'iles, Embroidered Handker
chiefs and Collars, Mourning Collars and
Veils, Head Nets and Dress Trimmings.
A full supply at
SPANGLER & RICH'S.
OTICE: All persons having claims against
wJESSE C. ODELL, late of the Borough
Marietta, deceased, will present them at
once, to JACOB C. BU RICART,
Administrator d. b. n.
Marietta, August 13, 1866. 2.-6 t
ENAMEL OF AMERICA, for beautifying
the complexion, softening the skin, re
moving tan, freckles and pimples.
Sale at Dr. Landis' "Golden Mortar."
Tli s t. H. LANDIS is the sole agent for the
Sale of 1411SHLEIVS BITTERS, in the
Borough of Marietta. For sale at the
COAL HODS, Coal Selves, Coal Shovels
P , kers, Stove Grates, Cylinders and Li
nings of different kinds, kept on hand at
NEST O C K'S Nonpareil Chemical
ju Writing Fluid now ready and for sale
by JOHN SPANGLER,
rp H E celebrated Gutta Percha Oil Blacking
makes a beautiful water proof polish. For
boots, shoes. harness, &c. For sale only at
Dr. Landis' Drug store.
TO LANDLORDS! Just received, Scotch
and Irish WHISKIES, warran
ted to be pure, at H. D. Benjomaires.
ROGER'S Celeorated Pearl Cement and
Oil Paste Blacking at
" THE GOLDEN MORTAR.
1 0 0 OF RAMBO ' APPLES
FOR SALE LOW, AT HENRY WOLFE'S
CORSET SKIRT SUPPORTERS an ex
cellent article for ladies. Just received
and for sale at MRS. ROTH'S Variety Store.
EEP OUT THE FLIES ! Cheap and or
namental dish covers of wire, at
D O OR AllYl ATTS,
Excellent quality, cheap,
AT JOHN SPAIVGLER'S HARDWARE
Q.PIC EBOXES, sugar boxes, fruit jars, win
dow blinds, looking glasses, at
(ROOM HANDLES, a choice lot received
I V and fbr sale at J. SPANGLEkS.
L!. - Xi9.4 9 9f E 9919 9, Deeds, ke•
Poi gale office