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). xTI.U Kilii'ir. . .October is Si, issl, (..-TY iWIMITTKK. ., .. -J- Hi!'-""""-t'.'v .Ui lira.lii.-nm. ' John Stahl. ... V S. Mountain. t tic... liowry. IVvi Kmipp. S. M. t'OViT. ,n. . Renin'"1 in Knos. !"".? - 1 ! 1... .'orkeyf-s. taniuei .nui-in. ?Juie-:- IJo,,ty '.'..I E. d enier. : ,.';.li,irp, John t'oorjte. '.w-ir.ille. M.l'.Shnfer. ,11,1,;m. Ainos W. liowman. M"Vi(.rll.'fl','"- r t - : . . .. ',,Hlillr- J-J- -llim.n iiinu. . W. II. J""clicr. v . A. r.nibaker. ii .r nih. Wm. II. rrcn-e ..J.J. Itowniati. -,.r;h. John J. Parr. . .,,-.:i hi. J. '. Critchliel.l. ..k. S. . Iialtzer. ,..,. Charles W. rugh. r:i ('. E. "iinlwrt. .f ,Tk.-yf.Kt. A. M. Cravier. s Win- Shw. .-.'..iirp, J-,;- Hiner. vn-iarv. Cliainuim. :.i Kve i!a-i's, at K M. !.) ki.i.'s. ;. T '. l'r everybody and ut at J. ii. S.N VURB & Co s. I'uT. XieWe and Steel Sp;-ctaclcs, E. McPowxi i-'s. ;.Ve in thecounty to btiy Cloth 11 Snyder A Co.s. m z. a fine F.ight Pay Clock f.-r .f ,;:a-. t E. M P.iwki-l's. ! seethe handi me Pres Suits at ir.lfr.t Co.'s. .-i h s wonder in tself. It cures the . '. tae nfconsum ption. -A .NiU'he'i. on last Tue-l.iy. 'e- ; rn.T-.-t a;id tirbharts. The finder a- return the same to this ofllre and i-i.-'. k fa!l stvles. Including the ;v ' Pay," Alarm and Princ E. Mi -Powell's. c.u-tHiitly arriving at the store 1 "M.t v . s. tall ami see tiieir cl.illiing. just received. Ovenfiats ij-. an 1 i'rc-s Suits f.ir S3. : i.ur.-!i.iK'd the Tobaccn and Cigar thfla'eC. C. Orton, I rcsjieetfully c c..r,;inuanceof all former patrons, with a many new customers as it . nit privileie to juease. JKF. J. OlK. ii'.uiu Kye '.lasses arc the be-t.lweause ape the lian.lsomest. and strongest . anl arc vt Tt'.th fine-t lene. For E. M Pon ki.l's ri4 t.i Bed Spreads at all prices, Trunks :ie. a.'l sizes, and prices lower than n'-e ! ;n the county. H. IIkkh.ev's. ; i .ir. of Piamond. Somerset, IVnn'a. t M.tKkET, Maix ("boss Street. I will lian l at all times. Beef, Pork, Mut- nJ sanige, at reasonable prices. Open veil! run a meat wagon three times e.-K. Ue!ltT KEE,AB. Stmers't. Pa. iu.r. A ;:ilvaiiic Batterv, proiicrty ate C. r. i trton, deceased. Call on or S. F. Pick is.:. Sinners, Ta. jrw brum sweeps clean. Therefore T ibaccos and Cigars at the old re ad uf the late C. C. Orton, now ia-d nianagsl by the undersigned. Jnw-E J. Cook. .'s-anl stream of customers pour into ; rfore of J. B. Snyder A C's.. from & ni to dewy eve.' It is the cheap inl largest store in Somerset eoun- that i- the reason they draw the 5;it and largest Htx-k of Watches, Siiver Plated Ware, Jewelrv, Specta--..f 'i;M-, .idd Pens and Pencils ht to Somerset county, at E. Mclk.wEr.i.'. II. H. WYNNE, M. P., o.iillstand Aurist. f the Eye, Ear, and Throat, Ca- i tl.f Xoiie and Throat Carities, ie X. 2-J2 Main street (upstairs), over "'Harlwarc Store, Johnstown. Office '". in. to 0 p. m. K t. l!K!m 1'iitc. I am prepared to make all ' 'Huur work, excct hair jewelry. "if. fronts, etc., at the rate of 40 cents fwr silk and from 30 to 15 cents an 'f'lrei.tt.m. Xo work tinder 31) cents 1 'd. Work can fesent thnmgh Som- f .tifl;tli)reft at late residence of ""'iiaiilis. dee'd. Ai.ice A. Siiai lis. MkkCT. Main Street. We have W t large Refrigerator to our Meat t: in whi.-h all meats can he kept coo' mi. Mutton, Its-f, pork, Ac, kcit '"lyon hond. Oiieii dailv. Parties '?sifat can have it kept in the Refrig ai!ted. ai. lmi.uiO new brick fur pale, i: wii! -ll by the hundml or thotis Kl. priee. Ilmw Pavis A Co. K.-p,rilgf and Trwtle Canenters, " fituhtm-h ii WtU-rn R. R. Ai.fdv ' --lAn linden, Sujiervisor of Bridges, Vity. rer y,. ix,n ,rmitely setllcl as "tmek BiJiy Patterson" but the' 4 " a unit iu saying tht So! Chi "iki;it,l lnt "tix k of limits, has just recfivcl his fall stin k. ij Hi,- Uiivest and must e.itll- . ' WHU'it to Somerset counf. ;ive '"'. &.,:. r. if-., it-.. tii. J '!. ' : and everything kept in a j , ! . - ShueStore is to f. nnd at in Muiiimolli !!!oik His stork t.iM.r;, i.:- 'aiiMivea) percent, by buying s"'' 1!i"!ire large ami 1 his pro ' ' -ill and see him and lie con- j ''-I..s T Xiiis The luark is j Iwat, potatoes, err. keg butter, ""r.oniims Ac., all at pood ivund i them right along and n-Uirn j ' toll or value in merrliandise. ! Cook & Bfekit ' of S,i.,sl Book, to i ' full li,,. . r i, i t- J ., , . niatii . . ci . ,V "on nniiniars, Slates, Pen-, -HI, !"lm I. i . I -, t ' " Kenrn.1 amorimtnt or i ' -uit!w , fr fal,. ,,v c y fryCl MllJ v. ..- - ' ' w,i , '""oner. I'arents pun-has-"""wt tin- i-- ., it Ii oooi o jjoii- ' U f'"d " to ,ljeir "a vantage to will Kon l! ; i Vote for liutut, doar-liraili'ii Jolm t ess - tin. and we will have an tmrih'lit JinII. -.. : uc moiitli from nw our reailpm will no il.iuld lie looking r.ruuii,l fur their thanks- i giving turkey. , The Somerset Dairy Company mill close I i t . . " i im ii .Mmrr nun . ini-.r Mrt.irieo, lor me noa- , on Katunluy. 1 ri .., ... i .. . . . .. . j i iB-rr su.nu.i ! ivi s.-ran-iiniE at the finning elei-tinn. Ia every ilcpnlilimn vote I thfstrsiiht ti-fc-t. , Hie tla station on the 8. C. Railroad1, j lien-tofore known as (thorn's Crossing has j Invn changed to StonycrwV station. lion. A.J. Colborn returned from York- ; town, Sunday aflern.xm, where he had been ; attending the centennial celebration. j A Koimblican niectinjt will be held at i 'Will's Church, Friday, Xoveiulier 4th. Let the brethren turn out in force, as of old. i lie sere ana yeiiow renr lends a variepa j te.Mieauty to the landscape, which poes far : to reconcile us to the nielancholv season. Mosc Trent can shoot squirrels most as j well as he can tell stories. Ho "bafrjred" , more than a dozen pvys last Wednesday. Mr. i rutin tiranger has liad his new j house on Turkeyfoot street weatherboarded and put under roof. He will wait until i Spring to finish it. Vcnnor's weather predictions arc heroin ; ing stale, and fx-oplc who l.Kik into futurity j for want of otner and better employment, are in favor of a new lwvss. ' Janus I,, fugli, Val. Hay and Wtu. II. j Koontx, K9nV left for Pittsburgh, Sunday cvetiing, to attend the Supreme Co . irt, which j is in section at that place. I A Franklin county si-hool teacher threw a j stick at a boy who was misbehaving him j wlf. and the stick striking the lad in the left eye, he will pmpably lose the sight of it. The new idea at present seems t he to t graft lemons on the watermelon vines, there- by raising watermelons full of lemonade, i Showmen should plant whole acres of them thuslv. A corps of engineers, in the employ of the ti.mld syndicate-, locateil at Rockwood, are siiveying a route along the cat bank of the Caxsclnnn river. It l.xiks like a game of "Muff" Th.re will be preaching in the Presbyteri an f'iiureh on next Sabbath. Ilev. T. 8, j Ve ;lcy, of East Brady, will conduct services b,ith morning and evening. Seats free. All By a m'ent act of the I,egilature, all d.nlcrs using bushels, half-bushels, Jk, half-peck and quarter-peck measures must have them annually measured inspected and stamped. Among the jurors drawn to serve at the forthcoming term of the U. S. Circuit Court, which will convene in Pittsburgh, com mencing November 11th, we notice the name of J.hn A. Walter, ofSomerset. "tiiorgc, dear, don't swear ; the stovc .ije must go tip," was what she said to him, tJeorge said something dreadfully like awfully wicked words, but he braced himself up. and the stove pipe is now doing active service. Delinquent subscribers to the Herald may lie interested in learning that judgment was given the other day in Aitoona against one of their class, a man named Joseph Plunmier, and in favor of the SVn, for with costs of suit. Two weeks from to-dav, Tuesday, is the election. On a full vote Somerset county gives from 1..VK1 to l,rn) of a Republican majority. Ix-t every Republican go to work. get out the vote and see that the entire tick et gets the usual majority. We publish on the fourth page of this is sue the list of premiums awarded at the late county fair. Those entitled to premiums can secure the same by calling on the Treas urer of the Society, Wm. B. Frease, at his office in the court house. The feelings of a candidate who knows in advance that he cannot win must be ex- tremelv interesting -company to hinwelf while traversing the country trying to make vote. It iiiust seem very much like throwing money into the lire. Republican meetings were held at King wood, Lexington, icbharts, Rockwood, Con fluence and 1'rsina, last week, and were largely attended by the voters of the differ ent place. The speaker were S. I. Trent, Jas. I Pugh, F. J. Kooer, and Ed B. Scull, Esq'. m m The S. and C. R. R. Co. art fast getting ma-tcrs in ship shae about their dejiot, at this place. The ottices and waiting rooms are now finished and are comfortable, cheer ful rooms. A substantial plank walk has Iwn laid in front of the dojiot hit on Pa triot street. Mr. E'ias Cunningham and Pr. Harry Kinmiel, have had pavements put down in front of their resieetive properties on Patri ot street. Other projK-rty holders are pre paring to do the same and in a short time there will he a continuous walk from the centre of the town to the d-pot. When you t-t two women slowly mean dering up the street, talking attentively to each other, yon can make up your mind that there's something mighty important about to be developed. Just as like as not Lhcy are going to buy a yard and a half of ribbon to "match" new suit. Counterfeit ten cent pieces arc being coin ed in large numbers, and put in circulation. As long a these fellows confined them selves to larger amounts we held our peace, but when they tanqier with nickles and ten cent pieces, we are concerned to a very large extent, and vehemently protest against it. The tolwicco store of the late C. C. Orton was disposed of at public sale last Tuesday morning, and was knocked down to Mr. Jesse Cook, he being the highest bidder. Mr. Cook is a young gentleman of excellent business habits and will keep the establish ment up to its former reputation. We be speak for him a continuance of its patronage. One day last week 5iessrs. Roberts and Sanner purchased the saw mill owned by Mr. Moses P.arroii, f iliddlecreek town ship, m hich they propose moving to their large timlmr tract at Millwood station. 'l"n cle Noah," who certainly knows what gxvl milt is, say this is the best one he has ever owned, and he has owned a good many. We have quite a number of good hnnt- .-rra, t l.nli" otwmt Aunpiwl l.nf regularly once a sean "Tucker" Pisel shoulder his gun and '"goes for squirrel," and in-tstbereiiHo shame. On last Thiirs- day Tui-ker and Bruce McGrifT shot J n - tf oiiir-i-l4 t bltu-'lr aoiilmd- and 1 TibeAS- ant. "Tui-ker" shooting over one.half of thai number wears the "U-lt" another sea- oo. iily a few weeks ago J.he farmers in some sections f the West were anxious to sell off their horaes and cattle, fearing that '"y would not he able to winter them on r(X'u"t of ieI crops. Xow. however, they find an improvement In the w'h they did not look, and tl" rorn cr"P nas tl'mel out nnexjiectedly (?"'' The yield f oats is very large, and ." UT '"f1" T! f, in the corn croj, while the abnormally high tTKofthe latter comnnslity will enable , , . . the farmers to market any surplus at greater profit than usual. It is at-ton hiiig how many people hawk up and rpit out Catarrhal corrution when there is so little need of it, as IVruna cures it. vh",luw ""k. A full Domo-niUc rote will give us RranJ virtory in this county. Judicial Dis- 'riot anl Kiato. This onirlit t4 nut everr ! lnita-rat In the county to work. Hertford i UV?f' j Iit do onr Somerset county ru-imhli- ; ca!,s mv to this? Are they going to vote for ! 't'r Infuse he w a Somerset county man, when his party organs are already proclaiming that his election will be a "fc-rand Democratic victory ?" We are requested to say that the orna mental trees for in and alwmt the cemetery, have been delivered on the grounds and are now being planted. Those of onr citizens who sulwcrilted for thin purpose are request ed to call at the store of Oeorge W. Men ford and imy the amount of their subscription. There is still considerable funds needed and f any who have not contributed are urgently requested to do so at once. The Republican meetings held at Piue Hill, Wellersburg ami Pocahontas, Friday and Saturday, in point of numbers and en thusiasm manifested were among the bit held this (all. They were addressed by Jno. R, Scott and Jas. L. Pugh, Esqs. The man ner in which the people turn out at these meetings and the interest they take in them is a sure indication that they are fully alive to the importance of Republican success at the coming election. A Xahkow Escapk. On Monday lust bile Mr. James 15. Savior was hauling logs at Seibert's saw mill, near Berlin, he came near lossing his life. He was engaged in loading a log when a dry tree fell on his team and struck him on the head knocking him down. The tree remained on his head till the hands from the mill came running to his rescue and relieved him from his dan gerous position. Mr. S. received some se vere bruises but the team escaped unhurt. Ii is stated that President Arthur has in sisted that the whole of the salary for the first year of Garfield's term shall he laid in tact to Mrs. (iarlicld, thus giving her a clear fjo.tXW in addition to the fund raised by privaU; subscriptions. Instead of doing this publicly with an ostentation of good feeling, the President has signified his wish quietly to Mrs. ( Garfield's most intimate friemla and advis.-. and nothing more will be said about tin matter from the President's side, at least. The Iron Ayr, of St, Ixmis, Mo., says : "The Vulcan Steel Works are being run to their utmost capacity manufacturing steel rails. Those works are in better condition than ever before, and since the alterations and additions in the converting department, their output of ingots has been increased about .50 per cent." These works are now managed by John Fry, late Superintendent of the Cambria Iron Co' a. mill, and by whose superior wisdom as an iron man the "Vul can Steel Rail Mill." at St. Louis, was alter ed to bring about the above result. Peserveo Pbojiotios. Shake. It is with pleasure that we learn of the deserved pro motion of our old friend. Pr. H. J. Penrod, of the l". 8. Signal Service, (lencral Hazen, our "new probabilities," when promoted Chief Signal Officer, iu place of Oeneral Myer, deceasoil, immediately lecognized the distinguished services of our Somerset Coun ty boy and placed him in charge of the Me teorological Division of his office. For sev en months he tilled his trust with such marked ability and satisfaction that now on establishing a new division in tlie office he has been made "Marine Agent" of the ser vice. His headquarters will be in Washing ton, but his duties, varied in nature, will re quire him to visit all the principal seaports in the Cnitcd States. He starts for Baltimore. Philadelphia, Xew York and Boston in a few davs. Mr. Casper Iyeochel, and her daughter, Mrs. I.loyd Bjyer, of Salisbury, last week visited friends and relatives in Baltimore, besides witnessing the grand "Oriole" pa geant of which so much has been written. They were delighted at the sights. On their return they stopped several days in Washington City and took in all the inter esting oints, such as the Capitol, White House, Treasury Department, Bureau of En graving and Printing, Patent Office, Ford's theatre (where Lincoln was killed), Smith sonian Institution, National Museum, Agri cultural Iepart!iient, Washington's Monu ment, Xew War, Suite and Xavy Iepart ment; Corcoran Art Gallery and other his torical places. They were the guests of Dr. Pcr.rod. That settles it ; they saw it all. The price of all kinds of grain and pro duce has advanced greatly during the past three months, and it seems that, the end is not yet, as the holder haye an exhaltcd opinion of the valuation of their property, while the consumer is compelled to pay just what is asked or go without. This is a bad state of affairs, as it indicates the capa bility of the owners to corner the market, and create fictitious prices that carry many of the necessaries of life beyond the reach of a large class of our citizens, the wages of labor failing always to follow in the rapid rise, or equalize the increased expenditure necessa ry to provide for a family. The equilibri um of the affairs of our people is greatly in danger just now, and we may only hope that the turn prices have taken will soon disappear and a more healthy condition lie restored. Last Friday afternoon it was rumored about town that a party of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad officials would arrive in Som erset, and that they desired to meet the bus iness men of the town. The gentlemen com posing the party were Samuel Sjiencer, Third Vice President ; John W. Pavis, As sistant to First Vice President : James L. Randolph, Chief Enginer ; Chas. K. Lord, General Passenger Agent ; W. M. Clements. M-sterof Transportation ; Col. S. K. John son, Master of Road , John C. Pavis. Mas ter of Machinery ; A. J. Cromwell, his as sistant ; Frank Harriott, General Freight Agent ; C. E. Ways, his assistant ; John Bradshaw, Superintendant of Construction and Repairs ; T. M. King, General Superin tendent of the Pittsburgh Pivision and branches ; G.M. Serpell, Master of Transpor tation ; J. E. Sampsell, Master ot Machin ery ; II. S. Burgesscr, Assistant General Freight Agent, Pittsburgh Division, and sev eral other gentlemen. These gentlemen left Baltimore Thursday morning for thecxpreas purpose of instating the Somerset and Cambria Railroad. The special train, composed of four parlor cars and a smoker, arrived in bomerset at 4:30. Carraiges were in waiting at the depot and the gentlemen were driven to the Somerset House, where an informal reception was held. A Republican meeting was held in Ur- sina school hall on the evening of Oct. 20th, 1881, and was called to order by Committee man Wm. Shaw, when the following officers were elected: Chairman, Maj. Heslop; Vice Presidents, J. Previer, F. Pull, A. V. King, A. A. Miller, J. A. Jenkins and 1 Former; Secretaries. I.J.Miller nnd J. B. Jennings. Capt. Bd. D. Scull was introduced, ami spoke of the importance of having a true and tried man elected to fill the important office of State Treasurer, and liojied it would be S. M. Buily, of Fayette. The next sjieaker was our candidate for Prothonotary, S. I". Trent, who distinguish ed himself as a political speaker in the late campaign. Hespoka of the valuable aer ?ic of the Hon. John Cessna during the late canvass; that much was due him for securing a large majority in Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania for our lamented Gar field ; that this Judicial Pi strict has a man who has the respect of the people, and all the qualifications for Judge. Mr. Cessna being present, was introduced, and gave the meeting a stirring speech on the progressire principles of tlie Republican party, which is about twenty-fire years old, ind to-day has great power, Pr. Fichwer. of Conflu.-noe, wade a few appropriate remarks, w"ien the meeting cloned with three roosing; cheers ;for Baily, Cessna, and the fall RepoM'ean ticket. M. A Husbaxds Love It is easy enough to win a husband. Host any attractive little dumpling with a bright eye and coaxing voice can gather in a noble husband, but it is pretty difficult to retain him. Noble hus bands are thicker than hair on a dog. hut the grand difficulty is to draw out their true nobility and secure it at home. If the wife only understands her business, she can Introduce the soothing racket in her tiew field ofojierations, and walk away with i the whole business. Must men like to be loved and soothed. There is something in the man's great, giant, rough, earnest nature that can be won quicker and easier with gen tleness and pie than by the logic of the broom-handle and a bilious course of rea soniug with bread and milk diet. We have seen girl who understood her business take a reformed road agent by the nose, so to speak, and lead him through life in such a way that he wouldn't know but he was boss of the ranch. So perfect was tlie delusion that when she asked him to bring in a scuttle of coal, or get up in his night shirt and kill a burglar that ho knew was nothing hut a bobtailed cow four blocks away, he always went, and he felt as though he counted it a mark of special favor that a poor unworthy worm cf the dust, like him should be sought and delegated to go and chase a lame cow cow across nine vacant lots with an old barrel stave, and clothed in nothing but a little brief authority and a knit undershirt. We cannot exactly describe this magic power of a devoted wife over her husband, and we do not Intend to try it. It is an un seen motive, a nameless leverage that makes the husband get up in the dead hour of the night and set the pancake tatter near the jwirlor stove. A man need not think that because he gets np and looks for burglars in the night, and is otherwise obedient, that it is because he has no backbone. It is simply because he is the husband of a woman of whom he ought to lie proud. Somerset Cokfere.me. The Somerset Lutheran Conference has again met and ad journed. This time the scene of friendly discussion and interchange of views was Lavansville, Rev. L. L. Sieber, pastor, Oct 10th, 11th, and 12th, 1x81. On tlie first evening we were greeted and entertained by Rev. John Tomlinson, for many years a member of this conference. His theme was, "I believed and therefore have I sjioken ; I was greatly afflicted." A new feature introduced into our confer ence is the discussion of the "Augsburg Cun feision," article by article. This time Rev. J. B. Shoup read a paper on the first article, after which the brethren dwelt entirely upon the features of Providence contained therein. This, in connection with the sub ject that followed, 'Trfyer and its Answers," became exceedingly interesting and edify ing, because our conference, as a part ot the Nation, first fervently praying for and then profoundly weeping over our late President. Brother Pofilnberger's paper on the "Ba sis of Church Membership and how Forfeit ed," and Brother Snyder's on "The Relative Puties of Pastor and People," were exceed ingly practical and interesting, and we were all benefited, because they went to the trou ble to get ready to talk to us. Other subjects claimed our attention, and were earnestly and heartily discussed. Our church has had a very favorable of fer by the proprietors of the public works at the new town of Markleton, which is ac cepted and we will likely organize and build there in the near future. Conference advised the Centreville charge to divide, and, if this is effected, the new church will become a part of one of the new charges thus formed, We met, we discussed, we went home cheered and strengthened. We hope I-a-vansville was pruliud as much. The pres ence and assistance of Ilev. Pr. Ziegler and Rev. Tomlinson added not a little to tlie pleasure of the occasion. We felt and ex pressed our heartfelt thanks to the people for their hospitality. Weexpect to meet in Meyersdale in May next. Our officers are Rev. R. Smith, Pres ident; llev. J. W. Poflinberger, Treasurer; and Rev. A. K. Feltox, Secretary. Don't fail to read and remember that I am prepared to sell the best Coffee for the mon ey in town, having purchased a potent roatt er, and will have all grades of tresh roasted Coffee on hands at all times. Also, a full line of fine Groceries, Grain and Provisions at bottom prices. Josiah Keli.eb. Opposite Somerset House. , Eminent Th ysht axs A re prescribing that tried and true remedy, Kidney-Wort for the worst cases of biliousness and constipation. as well as for kidney complaints. There is scarcely a person to be found that will not be greatly benefited by a thorough course of Kidney-Word every spring. If you feel out of sorts and don't know why, try a package of Kidney-Wort and you will fell likea new creature. Intliannpoiis Sentinel. The place to get the best Tobaccos, Cigars, Cut and Dry, Snuff, Pipes, ete is one door south of Cook and Beerits Block, at the stand of the late C. C. Orton, now owned by Jesse J. Cook. Dyspemia asd Ltveb COMTlaixt. Is it not worth the small price of 75 cts. to free yourself of every syropton of these distress ing complaints, if you think so call at our store and get a bottle of Shiloh's Vitalia-r, every bottle has a printed guarantee on it, use accordingly ami if it does you no good it will cost you nothing. Sold by Geo. W. Ben ford. Druggist, Somerset. Pa. ,' DIED. HAMER. At Hooversvillc, Ta., on Oc tober 12, 1881, Edna Grace, infant daughter of John and Sarah Hamer, aged 2 years, 8 months, 5 days. WEIBLE. In Paint township, Somerset county, Pa., on October 15, 1881, John Wei- ble, aged 77 years, 9 months, 5 days. MARRIED. GALLAGHER SIPE. On October Mth 1881, by Key. J. S. Wagner, at the Reform ed parsonage, Stoystown, Pa., Mr. John L. Gallagher to Miss Alice Sipe,loth of Somer set county, Pa. LEIDK1 BEAL. On August 1st. 1X81, by Eer. B Kneppcr, Samuel Leidig to Re becca Beat. WEBER S1EBATJ. On July 10, 181. by Key. B Knepper, John Weler to Eliza Siebau. FRISKY McKIXZE. On August 2-Vh, 1881, by Rev. B. Knepper, L S. Frisky to Mary McKinze. SHIXG DELBRICK. On September 2fi, 1SS1, by Rev. B. Knepper, Charles Shing to Julia Delbrick. UHL HOLTZMAX. On August l!Jth, 1881, by Rev. B. Knepper, C. R. I'hl, to Alice Holtzman. KREB3 BALDWIN. On October lfith, 188L bv Rev. W. H. Bates, Mr. Andrew Krebs, of Johnstown, to Mrs. Xancy Bald win, of Conetnaugh borough, both of Cam bria county, Ta. On, What A Coobk ! 'vTill yon heed the warning. The signal perhaps of the sure approach of that more terrible disease Con. sumption. Askyouit Jtt you can for the sake of saving 50 cts., to run the risk and do nothing for it. We know from experience that Shiloh's Cure will cure your Cough. It never fails. This explain why more than half a million bottles were sold the past yaw. It relieves Croup, and Whooping Cough, at once. Mothers do not be without it. For Lame Back, Side or Chest, use Shi loh's Porous Plaster. Sold by Ceo. W. Ben- ford, Druggist, Somerset, Pa. j Tiik Povtuoi- i-nK Puiaoi. In no way h i I ha twiu-or t t In. IiriMia Itlfirt, Min-K- -.!,.-,-, j l,IV -w.. - ...w ...... o,VFM,l f I ,1 ....;......l 1..-In,l . .1. i. I ... tuaii in iiiv uii!c-ii-.i ff.il-, iiuv tiju. das 111 less than a year, been diffused throughout fifty millions of people of the wonderful ! curative pr-iert.c5.of that splendid remedy Kidney-Wort. And the people froin the Atlantic to th Pacific have shown their in jtclligence and there knowledge of what is ! in the pipers, by already nuking Kidney- 1 Wort their household remedy for nil diseas jes .f the kidney", liver and Iwiwels. -miif. ! 1 11 l'OUTANT TO THE ITRLIC. ! Please take notice oftheso prices then-oats at i - worth $ 4..V) G.50 7.50 12.00 " 13.50 worth ifB.50 ' 8.00 " o.OO, f 8.00, " " 10.00, Men's Heavy Suits at $ 4M, u .. c.on. 10.00, 12.00, ? 1.25, 2.00, " 13.00 " lo.OO Men's Heavy Pants nt worth M.2." " 2.75 ' 3..T0 Boy's Heavy Winter Suits at $3..V worth Sj.oo Boy's Heavy Boots at $1.2. Call at the Mammoth Store of H. Heffley, northwest corner of the Diamond, Somerset, I'enn'a. We have a sjieedy and positive Cure, for Curtarrh, Diphtheria, Canker mouth and Head Ache, in SHILOH'S CATARRH REM EDY. A nasal Injector free- with each bottle. I'se it if you desire health and sweet breath. Price 50 cts. Sold by Geo. W. Benford, Druggist, Somerset, Pa. When your doctor would give yon Iron and Cod Liver Oil, the homeopathist would give you sugar nnd similibus ctiranttir. Smile at both and take Peruna. Cabi-ets asd Cloths. The handsomest and best Brussel's Carpets, at 85 and 90 cts. in the market. Good, yard wide Carpet at 35 cts., worth 50 cts. An endless variety of Floor Oil Cloths from 35 cts. per square, up, at H. Heffi.ey's, N". E. Cor. of Diamond, Somerset, Pa. RepntilicanMeetings. Meetings will be held ut the following times and places and w ill U- addressed by able sjieakers : i.i:t tiieui-: hk A FULL TURNOUT at ell of them. JEXXKRTOWX, We.1. y, 2 " '.tf, 7 " i at 27, 7 M SI, 7 " 81, 7 " 1, 7 'J t 2, 7 " :t, 7 " t. 7 " J - u , ' 5, 2 " ST0YST0WX, SHAXKSV1I.LK, Thursday, " Bl'CKSTOWX, Sot'TIIAMFTOX MlLI., M"ll., " SAI.IS11UUY, MEYEltSDAI.E, Tuesday, Xov llAKEiaVII.LE, Wei., EDIE, FRIEDEXS. Thursday, " SIPE.SYII.I.E, Friday, WILL'S CHl'KCH, " J EX X E R X P.OA DS, Sat. , Jxo. R. Scott, . . Secretary.. (Jti.Ri.K W. Pile, ...r .CoCbairmaij. . ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Estate of Abraham Chrlstner, late of Adjiaon Twp., Somerset Co., Pa dec d. letters of administration on the above estate havliur been rranted to the underslsmed. by the finier authority, notice is hereby airen to those ndebted to it to make immediate payment, and those h&vlna claims or demand will present Ihem duly authenticated lor settlement, on Thursday, Movemtr 1st, lssi. at ms late residence. HENHY A. CBKI8TNER, Oct 16 Administrator. DMIXISTRATORS NOTICE. Estate of Franc Snhre, late of StonTcreek town ship, deceased. Letters of administration on the above estate bavins; been a ranted by the proper authority to Adam lncrunt ana jonn m. itirsmer, Aiimims. trator. cum irstamento aaacro, of Fran Suhre. deceased, notice Is hereby Klven to all persona In delited to said estate to makeimmedtate payment, and those bavliis: claims aitalnn it to present them duly authenticated for settlement, on Sat urday, Iecember 3d, at the lata residence of the deceased. ARAM I.XJRt'JiT. JOHN 31. ULESSN ER. oct: Administrator. s TRAY NOTICE. Came mm rlns: on the premises of the nmler- icned. in Northampton township, two mouths a ico. a hrlndle bull with a white back, supposed to b three years old. which is Mill trvssasainr. Owner can have the same by proving property and payin charges. nSTIEW J. M. HOLDERBAUM & SON, Having thi Ul day of ictober, 18S1, purchased of J. M. HOLDEEB AVM hi entire stork 1 1 GENERAL MERCHANDISE ! AGEICTTLTUEAL Will continue the business at tbe OLD STAND, WEST END MAIN STREET, SOMERSET, PENN'A. We are now receiving a large line of LBY GOODS, N0TI01TS, EALDWASE, dTJEEITSWASE, GEOCEEIES, HATS anl.CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES, CABPETH73S and FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, and an . ' - . Espedally Largs Lot of MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING ! HEAVY SUITS AND OVERCOATS FOR FALL AND WINTER TRADE, Which ws will sell cheap. W will not bra how musk we will undersell our neighbors, but invite all to CALL AND SEE FOR THEMSELVES ! WE WILL TAKE ALL COOO COUNTRY PRODUCE IN EXCHANCE. We also keep a mil line of all kind or ArrlealtstraJ I , and bare the Agency for the sale of the rB4)l7H and CMNI -l fi.."!I! kind SWWe have just received ear load ol WESTMORELAND BOILED SsALT, the ryk'd for preserving your meats. oets-ti HAS STOOD YEARS OP FIELD TESTS J Baugli's Twenty-FiTB Dollar PlospliatB! AN AMMONIATED SUPER-PHOSPHATE $25.00 FEB TOUST OP J3,000 OPOTTNXJS Ask your dealer for It, and. If be does not have it, "Ti no Crraaa," bat sddress DAl'Gn 4c SOUS, Bole nanufactnrerB, ,ng3l lm 2OrTH BKtAWABE AVst., MIIBEM'll.A LICTOFdAUCEC. Fur trial at November Term. 15U. e-mitoeoctDg -ml Monday ot November, Hili, day. FIRST WEEK. John H. Saansr'f ae, vs. Joseph J. Stattinan'n arnlibMi. Allien Liihr vs. R. P. Lihr. Vbiliwo, Blaek fc Co . vi. Henry Mall. - A. H. llUekistaa't Aiiin'r, vs. Atrsamlrr Fiul. Oliver A. Parker, vs. Ira O. Caniiel.l. t al. Oabrlel Uchty vs. Daniel Shulta. Kramle Hoover's right vs. WillUm lUker. Kunnnah HuUcll t. Eilwanl MuMurrer t al. IMoe.ll t'lk-k vs. lisvl.l Lavn and K. A. Flk-k. A lexaniler Oonntrvman vs. Cimra't Stny llaiilel Shalti - U. U. I.lnt ami IJ. Il l.'rht Jtenlel WeyuxTs bt-in vs. Oidtua lilteaucw and Joseph Thomas. James KlmnM vs. Beoistnin Oarlner. L.U.Orr snwvs. W. O.Hay'i garn!she. .Ionian Bra, . John Hill. John f . Jiearva. Bedford and Somerset Torn pike Koad Company. SECOND WEEK. JaeobJ. Oleeniervs. William Suiter. D. Wejrand's adm'r. and Wm. Will vt. Abraham and Maria MeAdama. Jacob Steyor net vs, Solomon K. Spanglcr. Heseklah Fair vs. Weyand Doerneret aL ueonre Hanlln vs. John K. Urinbaia'a terre tenant. W. M. Bowman vs. J. L. Smith's slm'r., gnr nlsheea, ke. Lewis Sowerbowcr vs. Hiram Beam. Itaniel O. Barclay v. Jao. W. HurkhoUler. Oliver Trraaler vs. Isaac A. Jenkins. Joseph Oable vs. Harrison H. Lohr. W 0. Hk-kietalva. H. . Dooges' a-smlsheoa. Solomon Bouener vs. Patrick Griffith gar nishees. Catharine Treaaler vs. Jacob Tmsltr't gar ni "hees. Franklin Kodgers vs. James Rodger. M, A. Sanner Co. vs. Francis lioovcr. J. O. Meyeravs. W. Vf . Hartiell. J J. Baar va. Adam and A. C. Vaucrt-'i gr nlsheea. Ottrhflet.l Bros. vs. E. H. IJchty's garnlahees. W. H. 1MII et al vs. (Salisbury and Baltimore Railroad and Coal Company. W. H. 1)111 et al vs. SalUbary and lialtiiuoro Rallroa.1 ami Coal Company. John S. Crenier vs. S. P. and I. 3. Phlllliil. John 8. Crenier vs. S. P. and 1). J. Pbillijipl. Kebeera C. Meyers va. John t els et aL Nelson BeaU va. Hoblitiell and Hockinin' Kr nlhees. William Franti Vi. Plnkerton Lumber Com pany (limited). Protbonotary'a Office, I H. F. SCH ELL. Ort.1T, l8t. Oct ll Protnoootary. MIIUR HABHET Corraetad by Cook a, BaaaiTa. uun ia CHOICE GROCERIES, FLOUR 4 FEED Apples, dried, a a .. Appiebutter, V ai..... Bran, ft K Batter, ft t (keir) Bauer, V ti(roll) , , U(lo -TJU&'e . i wji :, -iyi;i ... .... IfO )3UI V-y Bucawoeat, fi Duanei , " meal, 1U0 tf , Beeswax. V Baoon,ihoaldra,.f) ...... ..liira 1 l-'ta 16e , kueu l CO 1 00 a" -e ee ISC o toigt'oo 760 17e Vic tii'-x: &tiM ss;ott 7-'tW -J 00 viUe 1 OOfel -M :o loc 76e 1 n tsq oo ... i u: o fi (W vmt n. i JI Jo ....i 86 WW " line. - " eoantrv hams, m t Com, (earl V boabel Corn, (shelled) y buanel Corn meal f) a Calf kins, Eg-, W dot Flour, V hbif Flazeel W bo.. (M k) Hams, (TOgar-cored) f) h Lard. W a Leather, red sole, ft ft.. upper km. " Mlddllnifi, and ebon luu f,.. Oau, ft ba Poutoes, fl tu (new) Pes-'tes, dried, fl , Rje ?bu Kio,VI bait, Vo. I, f) bbl.estra trund Alum, per saea... ' Abvin, per isca Suiar, 'elk.w l ' whita Tallow. V Wheat, V bua Wool, fl t. c OL'KT I'liOCLAMATIOX. miierkas. I he Honorable Wii.iim M. Hai.i. President J nrtyeol the several Count ot (Humon Pleas of the several counties eoDiminK the Six teenth Ju.ii' l il District, and Justice of tliettnurU of Dyer and Terminer and Oeneral Jail Iiellvery, for the trial of all capital and other nllemtera In tbe Mid Distrl.-t, and Basikl Sti kpt and U. V. Mi'shki.iias, Lsiiuire. Judaea of tna Courts of Common Pleas, and Justice ot the Courts of dyer and Terminer, and Otnera! Jail Iiellvery tor the trial of all capital and other oOen lers in the county of Somenet, have issued their precept and to me directed, for holdinir, a Court of t '..io moo Pleas, ami Oeneral Lluarter Sessi.o of the Peace, and General Jail IMlvery, and Courts ol Oyer and Terminer, at Somerset, OmHetiday, November II, ISM. Notice I hereby airen to all the Justices of tb Peace, the Coroner and Constable within tbe said County of Somerset, that they be then and there In their proper person, with their rolls, records, Inquisitions, examination, and other remem brances, to do those tbloK which to their otlice and In that behalf appertain to be done ; and also they who will prosecute avainat the prisoner that are or shall be In the jail ol homersei county, to be then and there to prosecute aa-alnst them as shall be last. EDGAR KYL.K. Oct. 19 Sherltl. E XECUT01VS NOTICE. Estate of John Duckworth, late of Addison town ship, deceased. Letters testamentary ow tb above catate harlna been r ranted to the ur.dertl;ned by the proper authority ; notice Is hereby given to all persons Indebted to said estate torn ke immediate payment, and those having ellmsa;tnst the same wlflpresentthem duly authenticated for settle ment on Saturday, the th day of .November. M. A. BOSS, Kiecutw. ASIGNEES' AND COMMIT TEES' Aocorvrs. The tollewln; accounts have been filed In my office, and notice is hereby given that the same will bs presented to tbe Court lor eonnrmtion, on Thursday, Xoranher lth, 1SS1, when and where all persons InterisieJ wiil 1 The second and final accouat ol Alexander C. Sliwre, anlgnee of IHetrick K reger. The account ot William Keel, committee or Mary Lambert. , Prothonotary' Office, H. F. SCH KI.U Oct tier IT, 1SSL J Oct. U, Prothonotary. PATENTS obtained, and all business In the tT. S. Patnt Ottire, or in the Court attended to for MODERATE FEES We ara opnnelte tbe U. 8. Patent Office, en gaged In PATENT BUSINESS EXCLUSIVELY, and can obtain patents In less Ume tnan those remote from WASHINGTON. ... When model or drawing 1 sent we advise as to patentability free of charge: and we make NO CHARGE UNLESS WE OBTAIN PATENT. V e refer, here, to the Postmaster, tbe Sunt, of the Money Order Division, and to officials or the II. S. Patent Office. For circular, advice, terms, and rclerence to actual clients in your own State or county, address C. A. SNOW & CO.. Opposite Patent Ottlee, Washington, I). U. FIRM I 0- IMPLEMENTS ! ! IIEIUFF'S SALE?. ny virtue ol certain writs of Vend Ejt.. VI. Fa. and Lev. t .1 , lssiiml out of iu .Jourt of O.mvi.fl fleas ol imnrit Pa., ui.l to ro direct. -d. there will be exposed to publio tale al the Court House, la Somerset, P., on Friday, XovemUr II, 1881, at 1 o'clock, r. w., atlthe rlirbt !!, Interest and claliii of the defendant, J. I'. Phlison, of. In aud to the following descrttied it I entate, sitante tn Berlin Bur., totn.-rs ji or.uuty, Pa., oontalnlng vacre,mire or lra, wtih a twokbrry Irame uwt-lliug house and stablo lli eoa ero-ud, ad joining land ot Ucnry Holsinitr on the onst, alley on the west and north, an-i minting ..o Main tnH-tonllie siintb. with the iii)iwrr.cii:n'.C!. Taken Iu execution at lh4 hik ! J. I'k.tt l'hU suu. ALSO AH the rtiftit, title, tnteren bik! claim or tbe delrndaui. Anion r lsiicr. of, tn AutJ to the r.itinvr. ir; descritted r. ul etatc, sitnttc in .Vl.jycrs.late Bor., Somerset Co., P.k., cun'ainlng 1 ai ri-, more or to, with a one and a hall-slo.-y iioiiiiH thereon erected, c.l;olDinir Itnds or Daniel Bueclilcy's heir on the east, I riah Broucber on the south, Lewi Keim on the north, and west by Casiclniau river, with tlie appurtenances. Taken in execution at the ;ult of Uunlel l!uc. fa te Y's executor. A1.SO- All tbe rliJit, title. Interest and claim of Oabrlel Bender, terxe tenant of Weyand Di-erncr and Richard Hinder, or, In and tu ihv roltowltit; iracl ol land, V17..; No. L A certain tract or timber bind, situate Is A licit hen y township, Somerset ri.auly, t'n., ad )olning lands now or l-irracrly ii' .Unite Vells. J. E. Ifc-al, P. Wetwl. Tipuifi aisl ethers, enntaiuutif U44aorus, with steam swn.ill, boiler, vnuliie, ana fixture th. reon. wit h tb upjiurtnanccs. No. 'i. A certain lot or luts l.i Moyursilale bor ough, Somerset county. Pa., adjoining Outre atreet on the east. North street on tbo south, and alley on tbe north ami west, with two dwelling husrS. store houseinl stabtc hereon erected, wltn the appurtenances. No. i. A certain lot situate in jHeyersd&le bor ough aforesaid. a.i)'ilnlnir lot of Murnnrvt C ouie on me west, land ol P. tC. R. ft. Co. uu the raft, Broadway on the south, and alley on the north, with the appurtenances. No. 4. Three certain lots fttuaie In Mcyersilate borough, Somerset county. Pa., a.iiolninu' river on the west, Wetier street on the south, aui alley on tbe north, with the appurtenances. Taken In excitation at the salt of Frederick L. Jast, use of Oi-orge Oesttner and Etoma Uclu hart. ALSO All the right title, Interest and claim ofthe de fendant, Alexander Nichols, of in and to the fol lowing Heal Estate, situated in Lower Turkey, foul township, Somerset County, Peon':., con taining DO acres more or less, about i a--pj cl.-ar and 4 acre In ineadvw with a two-stt ry Irtniio dwelling bouse, lulling mill, stable, and outbuild ings thereon erected, adjoining lands of Thomas Ream. Aaron Weltner, Scolt Rush and others with the appurtainces. Taken In execution at the suit -if Daniel Ana llne. NorifTt. All persons purchasing at tbe above sale wiil please bike notice that a part of the purchase money to be made an..wn at the time of sale will lie required a soon as the i.roierty is knocked down, otherwise It will be sgmn ex posed to sale at tbe risk of tbe itm purchaser. The residue of ttie purchase moneymust lienuld on or be tore Thursday of the lirst week of Novemtier Court, the time ftxed by the Court for the acknowl-edgm-nt ol deeds, and nodee.l will be acknowledg ed until the purchase money Is paid tn toil. xllXlAR KYLK. Srkrivt's Omrt ) Mieritr. Somerset, Oct. la, ltsbl. ( JECISTERS NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given to al! person concerned a legatees, creditor, or otherwise, that the- fol lowing accouut have passed register, and that the same will lie presented tor cotittrmation and al lowance at an Orphans' Court to be held at Som erset, Thursday. November 17. 1881. F irst and final account of William Mtiuier, nd mlnlatratorot .acharia T. Muller. dc.-'d. First and final account of Daniel Khood, ad ministrator ol tharles lay, dee d. First and final account ot b. S. Fleck, adminis trator of Mary Fleck, dee'd Firrtand Itnal ac- mnt i.r Cynts Herfhtierer, administrator of lunlel Horshlrgi;r, dee d. First and Bnsl account Oliver P. Shaver, a l nilnlstratorol Oabrlel Walker, itee'd. First and hnal account of Andrew Hoover, ad- Serand and final aistount ol Andrew Koovttr, Adm'r of Freilcri'-k Hoover, dee'd. First and bual account of Norman U. r'mtner, Adm'r and Trustee -or t!ie rale ot the real estate ol Cliauncey .'minor, dee d. First and final amount of Davt-I S. Knuf'inan, Administrator of Maglalena Kautlman. U-ra'.t. mlnlstratorot ttathanne S.-bI--.!cr, di-c'.l. ii uj. STita's Orru K. I WM. B. FKE-ISE, Soiuersct, ( let. 16 1S1. Kel'tcr. ATOTICE IX IIV0RCIi Dora K Frankfort by h-.-r In the Court of Common Pleas ol Somerset Co.. Pa. Nulls, .V.v. Terra. HI. Alius sub- Lext Iriend iiavrt Slot-moiet, I J wob Frankfirt, po-aa fordivorce on the gniund or desertion. To Jacob Frankion, IPe deicu.'.aut a.ve nam ed. Yoa are hereby n'.tliicd to tie end appear at the Court or Common Picas fur Somerset' countv, to lie held on the il Monday ol Novcm'ier, A. D. 141, to answer to the cocplnint ol Dora '. Frank rort. your wif, the pUiniitf above nnmy.;, and snow cause. It any you bjve. why yonr sntd w! ;e should not bo divorced irom the lxnds of matri mony entered into with you. agreeably to the prayer ot ber petition and libit! cxnll.ll.vl aicuinst you lefore said Court. SHKKIKV'SOrVIC'K, ) O. !oir 1'.', s ESK1 ARKT LF. Sterilt. VA L CAM E HE A L ES TA TE Kv virtue or the power contained in the la.'t will and" testament or JaeobJ. Walker, late or Stony creek township. Somerset county. Pa., dee'd., the undersigned Executors of f aid deceased will otler lor sale, by public outcry, at tbo late residence t tbe deceased, on SATURDAY, -Vr. 12tA, 1SS1, at 1 o'clock p. m., the .'llowing descrll-e-l re:; I es tate, to-witt No. 1. A certain tract or land sltnate about miles east ot Shanksvllle.in StonycreeS township, Somerset county. Pa., ad . lining lands of Franklin Spangler, Peter Fornwalt. John Reed and otbers, coutatutng lu aires and allowance, or which acre are dear and under fence: the b-jlonce well timbered. There are several never tailing springs on this tract. No. a A certain tract or land, situate In the township and county aforesaid, adjoinln? binds t Levi Walker, Henry Duppstaut, David Wastner, and John E. Trent, containing 1V0 acres ocd al lowance. ThU tract la heavily timber.! with sjiruce and white pine. There are alto MO or 6b0 g.Hxt sugar ttees on it. T-Tennf made known on day of sate. JJ. B. tme-tcnth of purchase money to lie wild down on day of s.tle. .T.J. WALKER, W. M. SCiilttw'K. sept; Executors. ' G ENERAL ELECTION LAMATIOX. TR0C- GOD SAVE THE UO.MMOXWEALTU. WHEREAS, in and by an act or Oeneral As scinblv of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An act to reirulnto the nener.il elections witiiin thi Commonwealth," it is enjoined upon me to itlve public notice ol slid elections and to neumrrate In sai.l noilee what oldcers aretobe elected, I. EIKiAR KYLE, Hlirb bhcrilTrrthc county of Somerset, do hereby make known and Kive this public notice to the electors of the coun ty or Somerset, that a Oeneral Election will be held In said county on Tucs.Uv the Ei'jJdh day of November, 1SS1, the same beinir, the Tuc!a7 next l-jtiovto; the ftrst Mondav ol November. The electors oi the borousrti or Confluence to mtatthe Council Chamber, in said twrnuir.'i. The electors ot the borouah and election Dis trict No. 1 of Somerset township to meet at the Court House, in sai.l bomusr h. The elector of election district No. 2 of Somer set township to meet at th hou.-e and stioji of Ferry t'mbcrirer In Sipcsville. The electors of the township of Miironl to meet at the house lately occupied by Thomas Kin)?, in sai.l township. Tbe elector of New Centrevil'.o to meet at the School house In said borouulv The electors of the township of VprTnrkey foot to meet at the houso ol .lul'.a A. bbuUi. in said township. , , Tbe electors of the township or Lower Turkey foot to meet at the school bouse in Crsina bor ouch. The electors or the hnrouh or T rin to meet at the bouse or J. B. Miller, opposite liavls it Co der's store. In said boroutrh. The elector oi the township of AJJIaon to meet at the sehool house in Petersburg. The eleetnriior the township or MIddlccreek to meet at the bouse occupied by Jesso c. Sweitxer, In New Leainirtoa. The lec-tor or the township of Elkllrk to meet at the bouse or O. W. Uoyer in tbo borough ot Salisbury. The electors or the borouch er Salisbury to meet at the house ol O. W. iioyer, In said bor ouirh. The electors or the borouah of Meyersdale to meet at the council ehintr in said borough. The elecUir ot the townshipor Summit to meet at the council chamber ia Meyersdale horouarh. Tbe elector or the borough of Wellersburg to meet at the school house In said borough. The electors of the township of Oreenvllte to meet at the school house, in Pocahontas, iu said township. The electors ol the township of Southampton to meet at the house of J. L. Kennel, in said township. The electors or the township of Northampton to meet at thejiou.'o of John PoorlauKh, In said township. The electors or the township or Larimer to meet at the house formerly occupied by Wm. -May, in sai.l township. The elector or the horouirh or Rt-rlin to mret at the house or Archibald Compt., In said bor ouvh. Tbe elector of the township of Itrothersvalley to meet at the bouse ol Samuel Heliley, in lierlin borooah. The electors of the township or Sbmycretk 16 meet at tbe school bouse at Shanksvilie, in said township. The elector of the boroni;h of Stovstown to meet at the house formerly occupied by Henry J. Miller, in laid borough. The electors or the township of Uuemahonlnr to meet at the house ot Jacob Uuoter, in Stoys town. The electors or the township or Allegheny to meet at the house ul' Albert lillicga, iu laid township. The elector of the) bornuxh of Wew Baltimore to meet at tbe boose or , In said bor on arb. The elector of the township of Conemauirh to meet al the house of Peter Levy, in said town ship. The electors of the township of Shade to meet at the house or Jacob Helman. in said township. Tbe electors of the townsbipof Paint to meet al the scnooi bouse erecteo on me mnus oi rieu: j Berkey. in said township The electors of the township of .Tenner to meet at the house or Tbot. Gallagher, at Jenner X boada, in saM township. The electors of the township of JetleTSon to meet at tht bouse or Solomon liuker, in said town- 'l'he elector or the borousrli of Jennervllle to meet at the school house in siilil bormirh. At which time and place the.quaiiocd voter will elect by ballot: ONBPEHSON for the ofBcs of State Treasurer of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. ONE PtJSSON for the oftlce or President Judge s ofthe XVIth Ju.licUl lHs-rl. t of Pcnrlr,irln. comji'.re.l ol tlie rrunMcs of S.,ineret aiiti He :-.r.l. TWO PEKSONt l.-r the o,li.-o of A!.ni.i'c Judirn of S"i,M-rpet t N.uni v. ONE PEKSON lortiie u:!lce oi Prothnn iti-ry of S.;merstl '..only. ON E PEKSO.N tor Iho ottU:e ul Sbcrltf of Soui set (!. nut v. ONEPEa-sriNfortheofflce Helster anJ i: ) Cor-ler of Somerset tmntv. ONE PEKSON ior tte oitlce of TmaJUrrr or Somerset I'oo or v. TilKEPEUSON.-lfr the otp.- of Conmis. : nmer orS.iin-ir.it Ciuu'y. NEPKKSON for thi) 'fliee or Vit-t Hoes Iilrrci.r.t S"iii'-r'"t 'no.iv. T1IUI.E PEKSONS v t tbu o.'Iti-c ol AuiiL-r of Snnerset Cminiy. St'H!) AL ATTENTK N I? ber..t.y ittrej-tct tlicmh Artk'lviir tiio New i;.iiiiii1i.hi. SKcTina I. l.rerr muIm ci:l:n twerily-.ine ; year it ae, pissen..iR iho l-.tlnwinx 'iiaiin.-a tionrf, sball le eniirie-t to v.,ie at all eio.-iKins: Hmt. He !:atl have been a ciilz:ri of Iho , V niie-l Suites at Icasi one lu-mtti. -Vronrf. He shall have rridl In tlie State wi year, (or It', having provt'iusly been a i.i4.bi-1 eioetor or native honi citixen ol the State, ho sti.:'l hare remove 1 tneretroro and returned, titeu 4i mimttis) limnerliately prectwltnir the elc-ti'Hi. Third. Ho shall have rcti.icd ia the l-rt'ir: llslrlnt where he shall otf. r Vt vote at least tw:i monllis Imineitlately precclfn- the. election. t'uurth. If tweniy-iwo vimmi.i uxeor upwar1!". he sball have rmld witlMu tw-j y.-iin a Muto.r ctumy tax. which ebail have U;e:i assewrd si lenst twomoiitiis anl pul I ;tf. ie.wt otio iu.:ihii t-e-I ol tiieei-ort. fore the elect Inn. Sin-. l:. Any aessT. ele-t!i.n rfiecT or person Hn-.l. All the eleetioni by Itie cltieni sliiill ! a;. Mini. -1 a:i overseer, wtio shall reale-n or re Imi by ballot, l.verv ba.l'.t voii:i sh. il! t.e j.umi i (um.-tn iK-rt-.rm ny duly cni. tried t.y this aet, wlib tiered In the. onlcr in wlileti It shutl be rcceli'c-', ! ont ren-kirni'lo ..r iezai i-ii-h5. sbull be -.ubiect tna and the number reannle.-l l-y the elet in oili' i-rs on the list uf voters, opoiiie ttie name of rbfj ei..-:- pit wiM present inu nun.. Any eteemr may ; it n-.t -lu.i.'ir.'.'i.or Plia.l wiitmlly reiuae t' as-sj write bis name upou his ticket or c;iu the iaine i any nne wlio is .jnatille.1, he shall be irntity of a b, be written thereon and uiiestei by a el.'iz-'i -it nu. tetneeu.'ir iri Mtii--e and on cor.vb:t.iou bepuiibh the district. The election niliixTS eitli lie i-.i!t ; -l t.v a ::ne turf execMtoaiirie. thonand.lii:ar. or or athriue.1 nit t- disclxe h-w any et't-ior m.-iU have voted unless re.:uired b do oas wilneraes in a juilciil pr-ee.liuK. ,).- r-ieetn-'s sriau in ail cse excepi irrv son. lelony and breach; r surety ol the peace, bo rrlvtli-LrMl pom arr,-st ilurlier t:n:ir a::eu.;:iD'-e one election and iu ln; to aad tuxnioif there- rotii. hall be privileged fn.ta arre"t upin days of cte linn, and while engaged In making up au-i irtns- mutiny returns. exee;it nj.n w.irr.n;t ol a e-iur: or by a bnu n.t ex-re-tttir furetiur-.ire.! tl irs, or in recor 1 or ju lite thereof, for an election tram!, for . prisoniiieut t.-.t e.tcee.ilair two years, or both at the leiony, or fir wanton breach of Hie peace. In .li-eretl m ol e t nr. : and irany p-rm.u shall, hy cities they may cl aim tx::nptlun ipim jary .rj:y during their t.-nns of ervl-e. Se;.e. w henever any of ttio c,u:ili.le.i eieer.trs or this Cnmtaiuwealthsii:ill t-e In ar:ii.il milir;iry serviiD, under a rctiL-ili.m Ir.oi ttio Prcsi'ient. ol the t'nited States or by the mitli'irify oi liii Coin- mnnwealth, sueb eleei-.-s :.i y exercise ttie rlKnt ol suttraire In ail eiceti.n.s hy Hie eiurens. un-ler such n-ifulations as are or .-!i.ili lie (.res.-rill i.y law,as billy as il they were pr.iien: ai their u-.u.tl places of election. Ski:. 7." All biws peulntitiz l.ie hoMinit ofel. e- tions by the citizens or for the p-ulstra'inn t ro- ters shall tie unii'irra thncliuut toe suite, bat no elector shall be deprived oi the privitexre of v.itnig by reason oi bis came n-t being reisterct. Ski, a. Any jierteiu wlio shall irive. ir i-rimiso or olter to give, to an eteetor, any icncy, rewar-I or other vaiaaoie consi'ieraiiou i-.r uis vie at an eli-ctinn, or tor with.il'iinic the same, or who sti.tlt ive or promise to Kive suen con-iueraii'.n w any other tierson or J-t'.rty f"r tn -h eb-et'ir'svo'eor i.r the withol.linz i!iere4,f. an 1 ny elocbirwt.o shall reeeiveor aar.e to receive. l. r hlmsi-li vr foran- ot.har.any money, rewarl or oilier vaiu::hie cn sbleratien b.r hl's vote at an eleeilon. or lor wl: h hnMin the same slntii thep-by 1 .rlei: the right to vi.te at such eleetinn, and any elector wb"se ri.ht to vote shall lie cliallingJ IT su -h rciu-ie tiel. ro the election nttlr. shall i re ;u;re.l to ssrear or afllrtn that the matter of the challenge is uu'.rua ; Ir.g t-ao years, or both, at t!.o discretion of the before his sote shall lie received. curt. Set. . Any person who shall, whlleacnn il II nr person shall provent orattempt tnnrcvent riatetbr ofnVe,be (rmlty of briiiery. trau.l.er wil- I any i.tnc-r oi au election un-ler tiis act Ipiiu hohi lul violation or ariy eiecti.-n lair. i;alt te I irev.-r j ing such e!e-t-.n. or u-e orrbrcaten any violence disfjualiheil from h.il.ting anotiiee ol trust or pn :it f to any sut-ii ..:;icer. an l shall interrupt or Imprco in this Commonwealth, ar.y person eonvicted '.t !y in erl. re with him in the execution M bis la:y, wiliul violation i.t the election laws shall, in a.i'ii- shil bl.e-k u; or attempt to block up the window tlon to any penalties provi.le l by law. lie tleprivcl j or avenue to any window where the same may lie or too right, ot suilrage absolutely i.,r a term o iioi-ien. or "hail riotously disturb the iieaceot so h lour yeors, Sw. II. For the parp-.e of voting no person shall be deemed to iiao gained a resi'lenee oy reason er bis presence, or hst It by reas-in of h:s absi-nce, whih enii;l.'ye.l in t t.e service, either civil or miliury, of this Sr.it-., ol llio Culal States. n.r while engaged T, the navi-gati"n ot the waters or tiie State or tu.- i iiiteii Stale.-, or on the high seas, nor while a student ol any uiti:u'.in of ieaniing. mr wiiit i kept tn any as-r ii.'-i-.e or other asylum at public expeu-.e, u-ir wbllu n.iitiu ed in public urisoti. Sas H. Jiistre'l ete.':i;n lenrc-'.inn i-.m-ii as shall lie pmvl'tc.l by law. )ii'.ni.!i Sec". IK-rsi.n shail I .pl;i:i In sec. e as .in el-e-ti"n -iti -s-r .' .ii.ili h-.i I or mil. in two months bas e k-t-i at y otti-e. or ap'Nunt mettt or employ toi-iit in t n.. h-r t 'w L-'ivcrnir.-i.t et the I iiii.-I St.iics or .1 this -. r "I ;,) city, orco'iiity, i.r of ai.y iaui.. -ij a: :-"..ri. e-.m-misi-n or tiii.-: in any ;- s-.v: w..e f-js-i-rs ,.i tlie peace anil aldermen, te-tiiri-s j Snni in the military servio iiiv ... any ek-eth n oiiH-er be e:i.: i(' :.y lie tilled at any election atw:,i n or aveouly to si-h siror '.i.'i 't-i'litni ' :i'.-l u :; lit re to i ili serve, it . r i-il r i.i.-,.vp, -td-'iv s w olhecs, tielow the grade ot ei! V -ir c. as shail t? ilesignat,-.i by gen- mi :...'. And aire in the ioilow.-ig a . i In t'irce in this Mate, viz: Act of June SKli. l7t. S- tts' hereafter held antler the laws I ibi. wealth, the ilis shall tie ;.:' : . anii closed at 7 oViicg p. it:. eiettonS i vtuiii in- -.'i. Ili. icr. -y in i o-o;i'n, wi.a ex- 1 !!. re- alth," .. nee, at Ssc. 7. Whenever there th i he a an election hoard nu tiie n'ona s.ii.1 vacancy si:aa he hiivO ii UJ' lstlng laws. Tbe said act of AwsmMy " 'el luting to the eteetiont of th! mi pa(-sl Ju!y i 1st. pr..vi'tt !.s : That the Inspects -rs an t , ,i . - v. he resnecilve vdaces ai't-.'i:tie'i ior b- i iing the eleetlou In the d is' net at Inch they re-jiectiiely belong, bct.-re 7 ecus' in tlie n.ornirg io lu..'' day. Novetnter 3-1, nn-i ea' b j il-l insje-,tor:!il apfs-int ore clerk, who shuii le a li'iali;:.-..! voittr ul such distrl-'t. 'ln case the person whi stull have reee:ve.l the secocd highest Dnm!r or vot"t.r inspootur suail not attend on the day ol any electijn, then lb) perym wbo shall have reeeie.! the 5 -c--u l big'iest nuinneror vou-s for justge at the next ) 'reeve ::; election shall act a lnspee:-ir in his pia-e. m i incase tbe iers.n who shall have ree,.jvei ihe highest number of v .tes f--r lnsisretor shall ten at tend, tlie perii'n elec ted fudge shall aorioira an inspector in hi'place; al in cii.-.c the pcr,-m rice, tc.l iu.lge shall not attend, then ihe Inspector who rere'ived the highest cuniis-r oi votes timtl ap point a judge m his place: and i: any varan -y shall cnntinuo In the b..ard lor thesp.iCcot one hour alter the time iixed bv law lr the opening of the election, the qualified voters ol the town ship, wanl or district lor which such oiticer stiall have been elected, present at the piace of elect i. n, shail elect one oi their liumber to nil such va cancy. Tbe act 10th or July, li74, further provides vli- I.ET.S. At the oentng o! tbe ptdls at all elec tions It s'.ail lie the duty of the judges of el. di m lor their respective districts to designate ..uc of the inspectors, whose duty It shall he to nae in custody the registry ol voters, anl to make the enries'lhereln re.fuire.1 by law: and It shall be the duty of the other of said taiertur to receive ami number t!:e ballots pn.-stnlcj at said elec tion. Sec. . All elections by the citizens shall tie by ballot: every ballot voted snail lie cumbered in the order in which it shall Iw received, and the number recorded by tiie clerks on the list ul vo ters opposite the na mc or t he elector;trura w.'mia re ceived And anv voter voting taoor more ticket, the several tickets so voted shall eat-h be nuiulr ed with thennmlier corresrmo.iing wlih tbe num ber to the name or the voter. Any elector may write his name upon his ticket, or cause the same to be written thereon, and attested by a citizen of tbe district. In addition to the oath n.iw proscrib ed by law to tie taken and sabscriiie.l by eic-tinn officers, thev shall severai'y be sworn or attirmed not to difciose how any elector shall have v .te.1, unices re.fUirwl to do so as witnesses in a 'udirial proceeding. All judges, inspwbira, clerks, and overseers of any election I.ei.i under this act. shail, betore entering upon their uu'les, lie duiy sworn nr fttr,n.t in the nrescme el each other. The mdges "hall he sworn bv the tnicoritv instiir if -f. ,. ... .. i. ... there shall le such minoritv inspector, ami in case there be no minority inspector, then bya jus ticeor theptwe or aiiiertr.au. ard ttia Ir.spe. tors, overseers and clerks shall i swiu-n b tbe judge. Ctrtlni-ates or ftsch swearing or etfirming shall lie duly made out and s'gne.1 l-y tbe otriccrs so sworn, ami attested by tbe oi:i-er wao administer ed theoalh. 1;" any iu'lge or minority insjie:t.w refuses or tails to swear the officers of eteciion in the manner repaired by this act, or if any oftt -er of election shall act without being first duly sworn, or If anv oiiiccr of election siiatl sign tne form or oath without being duly sworn, or ii any judge or minority Inspector shall certify that any tlieer wis sworn when he wa not, it shall ol'a judge and two ins;s;cior. wi.-i sh:i!l tieeh.-en I ooe bt:-i.:r.i or m.pe thin one thousand .i-l-annuaily by tlie citizens. Each i-leeror shall have j lurs. ard t.e iriipri.-oned not less than six tnoniiis the right bivote I .r the ju.lge au.l one irvyr',r. nor more th i:i ; i," year. and each iiispeei'ir sliuil iii')s,int one elcrk. 'itie ( "II ahy p'.-r-.in or fierson shall mike sny be? or drsf. election biar-l l-.r auy n-w .I's'ri. 1 sli-ill tsj j w:ig. r uiioti ttio resuir of an eie.-ti .n wiihlnthe si'leetcl, an.l v:UMiicics in citcti'tn tfi.ir.is lilll. i C.emit'.i! w-il: h. orstnlt oiler to niuke nnv such Y--! deemed a mls.lcinean. r, and upon onvi-ti in. the I "'ail embrace tlie names r ail State .itliecrs voted offlcr or oiheers so offending shad bo hned n itex- ! "r. and lie Ltbeile.1 -Sute:" one iicket shall cm ceeding one thousand dollars, or inpri.-me.t n..t bra.-o the names of nil county otriccrs v.ed ,r, in evcstii:a one vcur. or la.tn. in the .'.ix retisnof the ; .-Iifciinir the olft.-e of senator. m-moer and meiutrs Court r. , , On the d.iv i.f e.ertion, any rcrfon Sec. I.). whose name shall not appear on the . regis'.ry of voters, and who clituns me right to vote at s ii.l elertfon snail l"1"??' of the district a w taers to the claimant In the district in which he claims to oe a voter, er me ,-riu - ....n. ..... met lately preceding said election, which witness shall he swom or albrtncl and suhecrltie a written i , er partly written and partly printed am.favit t tne iacisstaie.1 iy mm, wuiruiimmni su-tu ue- line clearly where the resilience is ot the person so claiming to be a voter, and tne pcrvn claiming tbe right to vote snail also tase ami suoscrioe a im num. --- written or partly written and partly printed a,Ti- dsivtt, stauns:. to the best ol ul knowie,ig- and tllcf, when and whe-e be wa oorn ; tnat ue has , " AO Cl'KTIN tieen a citizen of Ue United States l,r one nimtb. ! rirr,...VT,, ..irvM,, T and or theComuninweallh of Pennsylvania, tii.it: iltlttJiii A.utu.un i. he has resided in the Commwnwealih one year, or, ; Ami whkkeas. The Congress of the T'nitc.1 If lbnnerly a qualified elector or a native born cit- ' Suites on the 51st day of March, W7U. passe.1 an iien thereof, and ha removed theretrom au.l re- j act entitled "An cl to enforce lit right of cilt turned, that he has rcshicd therein six months I zrnt of the Initri Stall t to vote the Krrol next pretesting sai.1 election : that be has resi-ied ( Stater of the I nion mnd far other pMrporeri' the In the district in which he claims to be a voter lor j first and S"cnnd sections of which are as follows: the period of at least two months Imtoe.liatriy pre- "Skcthi 1. Be it enacted ty tht Senate omd ceiling the election : that he has nut moved Into I Honte of Rrpreter.ttttivt of the tinted Stater of the district for the purpose nl voting therein: that i .f m.noi in t 'mijrtrt artembltd. That all citizen ho has. If twenty-one years of age or upwards. or the Vnited Slates who are or shall be otherwise paid a State oreountytox within two years, which : qualified to vote at any election by the people in was assessed at least two months and paid at least ; anv State, Territory, district, county, city, parish, one month before tbe election. The said aitldavit j township, school district, municipality, or other ter shatl also stale when and where the tax claimed ritorlal uili. isti-n shall be emiile,! an.1 allowed to to no paid by the alilant was assessed, and when vote at all such elections without tlistinetlon ol and where and to whom paid : and the tax receipt j raw, color, or previous condition of servituue; any thereforshall be ppiduceil tor examination, unless I const it ut ion, liw, custom, usage er regulation of the attianl shall state tn his aitldavit that II ha j any Slate or Territory or by or under it authority been lost or destroved. or ttal he never received i f the contrary notwithstanding, any, and If a naturalised citizen, shall also state I Sir. i ilnii be it furtxer tnactel. That If by or wlien. where and bv what Court he wa nutur.il under the authority ot the constitution or la"l licl. and shall also "produce bis certificate of nalu- ! anv State, or the laws of any Territory, any act I raliiatlon lor examination. Hut if the person so j or 'shill lie rMuired to be done as a prempiistie or claiming the right to vole shall take and sulTiie lualnniti.fl for voting, and by iwh constitutii r an affidavit that he is a native burn citizen of the j hm p"r'ns or officers are or shail heeharged with t olled States, or If born elsewhere, hill state the perlorniance of duties in lumishlng to citizen the tact in his aitldavit and shall produce evi ten.-e sn opportunity t pcrlrm such prere.uisites, or to that he has been naturalized or that he is entitled I heroine qualified to v.ste. it stiall be the duty of to citizenship by reason of his father's naturaiisa ; everv such persons andoiHeersto giveall citizens of lion, and shall further stubs In hi alfldnvit tin the t nircl States Ihe same and e.Ul ..irtunit he is, at the tf me of making the affidavit, el the ' .i pcrb nn such preresniisites and to beeoineiimliC age of twenty-tne and uuder tweofy-two ve:rs : i . u vote without distinritua. of race, eok or pre that he has been a citizen or the I ntte-t Slates 1 vious .Mti titlon or serviitiilc: ao-l ir any such per one month, arel ha resided In the State one vear; i s-n oroih.-er shall reluseiki.wingly omit to give or, H a native born citizen of the Stale am." retnov , mil etlect to this section he shall, forevery suchnt. ed thereirom ami returned, that he has resi-ie.1 J ft-nee forfeit and pay tlie mm of nve nuadn-J dol therein six month next preceding said election. ! lurs to the person aggrieved thereby, U be reeover- aml in the election dlstrbt lmuie-tiatcly t-, months preceiling such election, he shall be enti tled to vote, all bough he shal'. not hive tialil Uxes. The said nttidavils or all persona making such claims, and the alildavltsor the witness.: totheir ii . ,.ll , ....-.1 Kv iha.lHS 1. . I ( ) and at the close of the election lhcy shall lie en- eloet with the list of voters, tally list and other paper required bv law to be tiled by the return rr! i.i . ... u... .rv. i .hull n.m'n ..n .i....i,Kin th. pk he noLirv' oihce. sublet ry oihce, subject Ion pa tiers are. It that tne appluii.nl lion of a ter he to examination a otner election ft the election olfleers iiall hnd that possesses all the legal qualinoati shill be oermltted to vote, and his name shall b " SV eer. the ' claimants c where he ivelv. on tb.l.oi"erioBs voting oH tior. n- it shan he lawful fur snvnualinetint- t..n iha .listrict. nutwlthstan.lin'r the name or SSC, the proposed voter i contalnesl on the list oT res1.- j dent taxable to challenge the vote of such fierson, : whereupon the same proof of the right 'l sultrage i as I tow re.uired by law shall be publicly made and .-ted on by the elettfon board, anl tho voto 1 sror.1 "tax," neing aa. eu wnere iue ; wit: return ; rev. - ... - -- laim to vote on tax, and new.-ri--.ge mrlr;i- Unr MBlinS to Vote on ge, too same w..n.s nee.iii.,.i '" -". -- --: -fc--'1 - h .a-B-U ... u ,i !...., i ..i. M. r..,,. ' ...riii ihrreon. and shall hepreaerveu it inepro- c.liflittit or rcfe.-te-l. aeeoritin to the evt-lener t - -ry ;rvn '-i-iimiim to be a iiViiiraifTc-l runrn e r-. il Ui r- iuire-i 1.1 ,ri.tu.' " bis rial ur.,li7ji..n erliti!-:r ai Hie eb:.n bi-li-m viin. eaeept where h ba lien f.ir bve yearn cnnfteootively a vterin ;l;e iii-!rt.'t where he ;fr"ra in vote; an I on t:.i? v -'fl ol siv-h pr.ri bclnar recetv.1, tlie ei.-'-'i-.n ..ri vrs an, In write r st mp the w.ir-l -v-te.:" .n i.im eer!!hefrt with (he eay. rrMMitb and vi- ir. ao'l If anv election otli.jer or ortlctrs sbati re-,-eive a s.-er,ml vnfu on !t same d;. by vir?oe or tn sui;;oi-..Ti.;liiate exeejit where smisara entttl-'! tn -iti., b--:iu,M nt t.li nlnr.Hari.n l tlietr laiii'-r, bi-y and tt ners-.m wtf, sbatl efler sneri i -Ti-i v.ii. fl.!l bo aoi'iy -f iu:s.teir.ean.ir, niri .."l e.iiivi' II' n i h. r.', !-.Vi ftr-J iiriinpris 'fl..l, St lb! oii-ri-lem A ineenarl; jl lilt. !.-'. il:iil f.it (We. lun-lrl-t ll.-liir ill e.t. .inn-. R.-e inir!.-nT-irit o.-e year. I'be til. ! tin. li '.irm-nr. !:.ltl Im3 lliill--l. .1. 11,1 c-n, ielurfj. .-it ." ii--.i;.t-- .11' eb'i-ridn w:u ri ill a-tftiit or r-tu-, t.i ni.iiie. or e.'tuie t t:e mn-le, 11-en-'.-r !!!:!. t I'-n. "lirt-.i 11 -.refill -t I H -ai'( l:a:iritir:,tli.n wiriti,-:, . r.'. II any cls. t;...ii nfli -ir sh itl ref:ie or R'". in re.piir sacii pr.f 't' the rt'ot of ur inns s l ri.s,-rltiC'l by this law ur the laws 10 i:..--h tii-.a m a supjii enient.frnin any per.o otfer iri t rue whose riicltt to vote is challenyeil by any ijoaliii'-.l nter icm. aol shall a-timt U"h y r.i:j to via wi(h- ..t mjiilrl? such orool. eve.y person in!i?n.l: ..hall. up .n vmiMum, lie au.f ty ol a n;Ss.le:e ..iiior. au-l iiball bo sentenced fnr every ,n;--h .....:nee, Ij lut r a line not ea-et-iiii live bon'iril 't'litari-or to un.leo an Imprtsonioent , n..t niorc iban one year.or Uitli, at tiio iliscroti. a j ;e-i. i,:t 'il .ne bun-lreJ .i.'llars. and it any asses h? tnorir.irly assess any per as a voter win. . ii:iiiiisnT.'i:et.t r'iex;eelia2 two years, or bnth, at ; tim ..-i-re:I---i M'ti - c-.mrt. and al. be put i eel to : an af-iim mr .bttnaxes bythepartvairirr!eveii:ad , n auy ikt-m snail iniuouientiT al'er. ao.l to. ue- I U-e or.tcs'.roy any list or voters mate out a direct- i e.i tr tt.ls ;ut. or 'ear -lown or rem-, tne same i tri'u the t,hue where tt bis i.e litd. wMirraii-lu- : lent or ui;-.-ltl.-Y.;ii-lpfent or l-f -" '.i.nr.'rMfrour- : je, the p-rs-.n cic! :r. " it i- .ni y A a mis letueaanr. :it:o eu -.-.uivi. i'..,a stinti ie anij.b,i : vi-jJer.es or ir.-ut:M:i'!.'0. irive, nr iit.-n-.pt t-i drive : tr..m trie js-ii. any jer.n or persons pmiule. t.y Hie curt to ae: as (.ersetrs -il an e!-i.m. or j i:i ar.y w.iy willfully ,rereni sai.l overseer from ! per:.Trnlr.LC the .luiie-, tnj.iine.i ujif.o tiiem by tbi ' a. t, (icrs. in ?ti:iil be iruiity o( a miS'ietncHn.r, ; an.t atn.o cnn'.icrlnn ihere.ii sh.il! be t onisiied or j a fcne a.il i x'-e-iici; nno ihoosan.l i.iu.-, i.r l.'y : inur:si-nTni-iit nnl ex-eclicir two vear. or boh. at i t.'ie Ois-'reri-.n nl tbe mut. Any pers- n wbo j shall, i:n tiic itay o' any elective;, vi.-il a peltlr ; pine.; in any tie', tieo di?rrict at wlii- h he is not . emule-t to vol's, and si'.ail use any ln'inil.iiti'.n -ir 1 ri.'j'-.'iee tor the purj' ot preveritinir any officer j ot el ft.rus from ;.er:'.nninir the dn!ie re)nired i oi bi;n t.v l.iw. or i-.r the puriioso or preventbia; ' any 'jn:ifii;r-:l v-.ter of ueh .listriet exercisir.jr ritit to vote, or from exeretsinir his riitbt b ; pki;!. nze any p-i-rsun ..Herii: to vote. su.b pcrs'-n slirnl be derrn'ii -nilry ct it tr.is.iemeiin.ir. and up.n eonvh'tion ihereni shail tm punisbe.1 t v tine 0..1 i:i v-lmv: one thousand dnliars, nr by I'n prisctiinerit nit exeee.iina two years, or both, at the UU.-rtrJo-t of . be court. Any clerk, overseer or eles-ti.-n ..t'lcer. who s.'.atl ilis-h.se how any el'X:t.'r shall liire Vote-l, unless reiulrefl V do a- a wi:iiss in Rj-ad;c,al ppicoe-lin sn.,!! he-jiiil'y .'1 a triieiiie.vni.r. ari upi-n eiKivletinn ther-nf shall be tiuni .Lcl by a hiie n..t exeeii:)g one rh'.u.--.ir'f 'i'liiars. or by Irnnri.- inment not e-ee-l- f eif-cion, r.r sim-l use or practice tntimi'latii.n. rests, .ir..-e or violence, with the design to influ ence urcluly or overawe any elector, or prevent turn from vctlng. or to restrain the freedom or choice, such person on convict km shall lie hncl luanysuai not ejcee.ting rive hundred dullars. to be imprison ed tor any time not less thin one nor more than twr-h e in- i.t iis. an.! If it shall be shown to the cor.rt wh"re the tri-il of ru- h ttfeuce shall he hail, that tl.e per n no ortcmlin was n't a resi.tent or the city, wart or district where the said oticnee ws c-tiMititlel. ap.l nnt entitled to vote therein, on cn- ril.n I mn'.lliwl 1 ,n . Hiym . ..... or a-'-r. ei! her bv vertial proi-iamalion tnerenl . j t.y .?ny vruti n r prbit-.-.! advert is-nient. r invite I ai:y j.-rsin or (ir-s;is to make s'4. ii l-e: or wager. llfsci o..;ivcti..n 'ii, r-"f be ni' lhcy shall lorteit al ! p.iv tt:rcc Liu.e.4 thi; amount so bet or o. red to te I lie'. i And tbelceli.n UwoT the ;,.mraonwea!t!i fur ther jirov: !e that -The Inspectors. J adzes sn.1 ch-rks -hali. t:ef .re entering on the duties r their ":!i. .-s. sei'-r.iiiy it'. ke atel subscril tt;e oath or al lirn.ition h-reinarter direetwi. which shall lie td in.ii:st i.-l to them by any Ju-'g;?. Al-ierman or Ji!-.i'-eof tlie Peai-e; but if no su.-ii ciagistrate t.e ;K-r-":tt. one of the insrsitnrs or the eKx-iioa s'n ,11 a-iitiioistir the oath or a.'Srmation to the other Iti'tje. c-h'l inspect. ir. and then the ins.-ecti'r so iu iiittci jkm aittntnlstcr tne oat it r alirmatlosi to I. i in. The tr.is?etnrs. jn-!ge an;! clerks ref,a!red by I-w t.i hoj.i the town-bin and gerieral eleetioris. .ii i'1 Uike an-i rlIilieritle ihe several isith or attira .iiicn. reiyjired bv the i'Jtb. ajtb and iHst seetii-ns of tiie eel ol tlie il day of July, entitled -An act r.'la;;. to tiie fciee'ions of this c.mrn'U-wer-.hii." wiiich oaths or affirmations snail le pre-ji;:re-i ae.jf usiniinistered in the manner preseriied in the itii and Sid sections of the saiJ a.'U and in n l-itti-.D t-i the power conferred by the l-;-h ses-tlon of ;'! a--t, tti )u-ige or eitltcr of the instiect'rs sttnil have jiwer to a.lTiinister the mu its preseriiv ed .iy siii.l ait toiny clerk of a general or special or township election. The loll.. w:ng shriU be the form or the oith'nr af finu.it ion b be t-tten by cas-h inspect or. vis: -I ( A. H. ii. that 1 will duly attend to ihe ensuit ir eie.ion .luring the eor.tinuawe therwif, as an in spector ami ilot I wiil not recetveany ticket ur viji-s tr irEar.ypers.il. other than such as i shail hr.n !y Iieiieve to i.e. aceoriing to the provisions of tfie e;.n. i't.tion an l the biws of this (Vtmrunnwcnith, ea: itict ui v its nt such election, without reiuiri".a; u h evi ii-e- e of the right t' vote as Is directed by liw. nor wnl I vexatiously delay or rebise to re eeiie anv v-i:o from auy person who 1 shall believe t'i b? er:iirl-j.i to vote as afore-ai-J. bu that 1 will in ail thi:.--. tntty. inipirtial'.y and laithtully -r-lona my -!iry therein, to the best of my iu-igTieTit end al-. lilies, and that I am r.-t directly or :im:i-rei-tty inter-se.t in any be: or aer on vi.e resoit of f h:fl ei,i-t:ou." The i.'l!iiiTg shoU he tlie oath or atKmt.itl.wi of each ju.tgj, vm: "L (A. B .i. that 1 wiil as judge .tuiy attend theensnira; eieetion durtng th uitinj.ii.ee thereof, an-i faithfully assist the in s;iectors in carrying on the same: that 1 will not give my consent that any vote or ticket shall he re ceived from any person other than such as 1 tirmly believe to tie ai-c.-r.ting to the provisions of the con stitution and laws of this Commonwealth, entitled tov.iie at such election, without repairing such ev ioen-e of tiio right lo viHe as H directed by law and that I wiil uso my best endeavors to prevent any ir;iu-i. de-eit or ui'iise in carrying nn tiie m by .-itiz-Mi.i qiLiiitie.1 to v.rfe, or oths-rs. an.1 ttiat I will make a true andpertect return ol the said eiee ti.-n. aim will In ail things truly. i:niartij.i'.y an l faithfully perform my duty respecting the same to I lie best of my ju.lginent'an.1 abilities, and that 1 am not directly or indirectly interested iu any bet or wag--r on tiie result of litis election." The following shall be the form of the oath or at finiiation to be taken by each clerk. v:i: "1 (A. tt. J f" ttiat 1 wLi impartially and truly write uewa the name r each elector who shall vote at the en suing election, which shall be given me in charge, are! ai.-o the name of thetown-'hip. ward or.tistri.-t wherein such elector resi-ies, and tarefuily ami truty write down the number of votes that shall te given for each eon liUate at the election as uteo a nU n.ime shail ! read to me by the insDet-tnr t tieronf and in all things truly an-i f;ithlu!iy jr-f-.rm my duty ccsf n:ing the same to the iiest if my iihlgtuent .Hid al.i lit y.und that 1 am as t .lireeti .ir in.!irei-tlv interested iu any bet or wager on the re sult, nt this election.' The ifuuiitiesl eiec tors will take notice ef the Int- I lowing act orAssemblv. approved VJth dayor 1.,.i. 1 JXjA nn U.i!..li,l.ih.mi... ..r,..lmtf Maroo. liKVJ. an act K.-guiat mg the mode i.r voting at all eU-et ioni in the several counties of this Com monwealth. Sei.tiox 1. I!e It emetej by th Senate and House of lieprestntatives of the Commonwealth .-I Pennsylvania In Oeneral Assembly met, anil It is hereby enacted by the authority of the sa me. That the nuatitic-t voters of the several eonntiesnf tiiis Ci'mm.mwenlth at all general township, nomngh and sie'ial elections are hereby, herealter. author ize! ami rcpiired to v.te, by tickets, printed or written, or i-artly printed ani partly wnt.'en. sev erally ela-viiicd as follows; One ticket shall em- onice the names ol ail juoges ot courts v.ei i.r. m.i to t iui:ieu. outsnie .fu-ii-.-iury: nreiicfci j'l .-issemiar. ii v-.l'l i"r. aiei iii-;u:m t , tiw i gres.s, if vot.il for. and he la! lied -countv;-' one , r: .,- . ....i. i -... .i, .., fi fc aB.,"tH. hibelied '-township:'" one , ., n . ... liT v,4cl tor. ami be labeile.1 -tw,gh;" .m.l rMh tlnit be deposited ia Kparate ball-.U nlTl., . Th!lt j, ,h, rtutTof tne sheriffs , jn (h9 ... mnUea of this t:..mni..nweallh to i insert in their election ppiehimaihins hereailerjs- ueil the firs: seclma of this act. JAMES K. KrXLtY, Si-eakcrof the House .r Representative. IAVID FLE.M1NO. s;'3ker ol the senate, . Ap.,rrpi, ,h, ,Ur MWh. Anno Domini . .,.,.,. ...,., htunired and sixtv-sit. , ed by an .-iion in tne case, witn mu e... sou s--n .n. unmul tees as the court shall deem rust, and shall also, forevery such ottence, be deera edsf'iittyuf a mis. Iemean.tr, and shall, on eonvlc lion thcrei.r, e lined not les than are hundred d-.lhirs or lie imiirisoned not lr tlian one s.tl i and not more than one year, or. btn, at tbe uiecre- lion m the court. All judge, living within twelv '''' ' ts,,th..n..i.rv i.iti.-e. or within twentv-ir miles. ! If their residence be in town, slibige, or city i (ft heir residence be In a town, suuge, w ei.y ! np. the line or a rallnnd leading ts. the county i seal.Hii:. before iwo o'clock post mert. Hanoi f Ihe ; duv ..rrerfbe ei.v-t..n. and all other judges shall. '.'- return blether , b.-toect'!lTo oeloca men-iian o, i . W 4y harrf. Vt my efllce In ftotn.rset. ; this n aay i. one thous-isii eight huu-ireu anu eutoiT-vu In the .me hundred and hfth year of the lnde pndeme of th. f sttrl SherttTs Ofllco. gomerset. Oct. ' h, lew. - i Oct. li ha ivri iniitiiifirT m inairouix ;fi. in: it! f : r 1 1 i .5 ' I i! !' 1:M ! t i ) f ' .If - 4 ,T ; i '