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SSlit forest JrpuWican.
IV. R. DUNN EIDTOR.
TUESDAY MOR.MNfi, ATCI'ST 8, 1S71.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
FOR AUDITOR GENERAL,
DAVID STANTON, of Beaver Co.
FOR PURVEYOR GENERAL,
ROBERT B. BEATII, of Schuylkill.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET.
T. D. COLLINS, of Hickory Tp.
T. B. COBB, of Tioncsta Borough.
Correspondence from Pittsburgh Fe
Ed. RnrvBLioAS : The closing ex
ercises of the above institution have
just terminated, the year past having
been one of the most prosperous in
the history of the institution. Eight
full days were given to the commence
ment exercises, the scope of study be
ing such as to require that amount of
time. Twenty-two professors are regu
larly engaged in conducting the exer
cises of the college, while in session,
and the attendance of students is large.
Moreover, the high stauding of scholar
ship maintained at this institution, the
extent and variety of the Commence
ment Exercises, and the peculiar man
ner of conducting the examinations
combine to render the occasion one of
deep interest in this city.
Eight full days were occupied in ex
aminations, and contests for the va
rious prizes. The classes were placed
in the hands of experts with rival in
stitutions, or where the professors of
the college examined, slips, containing
chapter of topic to be examined in
were drawn by the young ladies, and
the subject immediately demonstrated.
Even Butler's Analogy was examined
in topically, yet the line of argument
was clearly stated, and cogently de
veloped. First in order was the Sanior exam
ination, conducted by Prof. Giiggs, of
'V estern University and Rev. Dr. Ilor
iier. Friday afternoon the Latin ex
amination for the Holmes prize took
place. It was closely contested by
several young ladies, and finally
awarded to Miss Kate Collier. The
musical contest for the McKee and
Mellor prizes came off Friday evening.
The Chapel of the College was densely
crowded by an unusually intelligent
audience. Ten young ladies engaged
in the contest wlich was well sustained.
The McKee prize, for instrumental
music, a beautiful gold cup, was
awarded to Miss S. Cuninghara; the
Mellor prizo, for vocal music, to Jen
nie Wallace. Rev. J. A. Pearce preach
ed the Baccalaureate sermon. Mon
day the examination for the Mrs. Bish
op Simpson prize for proficiency in
mathematics came olT two prizes,
awarded to Jennie Patterson and Liz
zie Green. The reading contest, for a
silver cup, came off Monday evening.
Reading and vocal music filled up the
time, Minnie Maple receiving the
prize. Wednesday and Thursday were
occupied with the exercises of the
graduating class and the conferment of
diplomas, by Dr. Pershing, the Presi
dent. This is a noble and prosperous insti
tution. The buildings are large, well
ventilated, magnificent. The corps of
teachers one of the largest and best
selected in the country. The President,
a live man. The government mild
and paternal. The influence religious.
The scope of study extended. Require
ments thoroughness, no fancy grad
uations here. The grade of scholar
ship required, the highest. Thorough
ness in every department is absolutely
required. Rev. Dr. Pershing is Presi
dent, and may be addressed for infor
mation. The V euango Spectator is respon
sible for the following items:
A 75 barrel 6trike was made last
Sunday afternoon on the East Sandy
territory. It is owned by Messrs. Van
dergrift, Forman, Smith, Andrews,
Sutterfield and others.
A boiler exploded en last Monday
at the Duflield & Co. well, on Church
Run, near Titusvillo. Four or five
workmen around the well escaped in
jury, and the boiler and engine escap
ed from the house, which was blown
into Lindjiug wood.
A well was completed on the John
Fagundus farm last FriJay, that is re
ported to have since yielded at the
rate of 175 barrels daily. It is on
the property of Col. McQuaid and
A man named Tlios. Fury was
badly burned in a gas explosion at
furnace No. 2 of Wenturu Iron Compa
ny, on Friday evening, of last week.
Dr. Barber was called and dressed the
burns, end tho man will be able to be
out iu a few weeks. Several other men
were burned by (lie name explosion,
but not scriously.-S'ioz-o; lleruM,
Principles of the Democratic Party.
It is very amusing to an intelligent
reader to note the persistency with
which certain leading Democratic jour
nals prate about tho principles of the
organization which they represent, ns
if there was nothing in history to show
that the Democratic party has been at
the bottom of every iutrigue entered
into either to retard tho prosperous
progress of the Dation, or impair tho
true greatness of the Government.
The first idea of organizing a Demo
cratic party was to get possession of
the patronage of the Government,
and use it for the gratification of per
sonal spite and profit. Before tho elec
tion of Andrew Jackson to the Presi
dency, there was no such thing known
as removing a subordinate in office
other than for cause, but immediately
on the advent of tho Democratic par
ty to power, cemmenced a system of
persecution for opinion's sake which
has since run into an excess on the
part of all parties, until the rule is to
keep the most incompetent men in the
country iu the larger portions of the
clerical positions under the Govern
ment. We do not mean to say that
both parties have not had some good
meu of honor and capacity; but we
do assert. that tho policy adopted by
the Democratic party under Jackson
has tempted all parties p.irties when
in power to prescribe the competent
and sinecure the worthless and useless,
solely for partizan reasons, so that for
the corruption and malfeasance in
office which have for thirty years dis
graced the country, we are indebted
to the policy inaugurated by the early
leaders of the Democratic party, to
whose acts the leaders of this faction
to which the once glorious organiza
tion has dwindled, look for inspiration.
The faithlessness on the bank question
on the subject of internal improve
ments, the acquisition of territory and
the protection of home industry, are
all infamies recorded against the lead
ers of the Democratic party. Texas
was an acquisition of fraud which in
volved us in a brutal war and out of
the results of that war sprang the slave
holders rebellion. Every business
panic and financial blunder in which
the country has been heretofore plung
ed as into the vortex of eternal rieath
can easily be traced to causes growing
out of the blunders of Democratic
mal administration of official affairs.
The violence of the Jackson adminis
tration the intrigues of Van Buren
the treachery of Tyler the faith
lessness of Polk the debauchery of
Pierce and the treason of Buchanan,
constitute an array w hich only has its
parallel iu the annals of the Caesars,
whoso transactions blot the pages of
Roman history with shame, and whose
deeds while ruling filled the world
with misery. The principles of the
Democratic party never did any good
for any part of the country. That
party has always stood in the way of
progress, its noliev of rrnvornmenr. l.o.
ing ever shaped by tie interests of sla
very, ana us ideas ot onicial authori
ty derived from tho behests and the
demands of the upholders of that in
stitution. It made war in its name,
ana came to peace only when it was
satisfied. It legislated solely for its
interests, and when it ceased to have
power to pander to its greeds, it be
came the ally of treason in a rebellion
to place the national government en
tirely unuor mo control of slavery,
when the object was to destroy every
equality and franchise of freedom.
This is what the principles of the
Democratic party meant in the past,
and what they aim at for the future.
In New York city we have these prin
ciples fearfully illustrated by the ca
bals to enrich the few and debase the
many into riotous injbs for political
revolutions against law and order.
Against all this the people have had
their warning in history and their ex
perience in every life. Crushing tax
ation is the fruit of Democratic prin
ciples a crowded pensiou list one
half the country desolated, and a mon
strous debt hanging like a cloud of
destruction over the entire laud, is a
feature of Democratic principle which
ought and will keep that organization
forever out of power. Its day of mis
chief is over but it will be long be
fore the land will recover from its
effects. State Journal.
We clip the following from the
Oil City Times:
On Tuesday night Daniel Hoflmqn,
a driller, who lives on the McClintock
leserve near Rouseville, and close by
the Bradley flowing well, fell into an
old conductor hole near his houso and
The boiler at the Duflield, Martin &
Snook well, on the A. & G. W. track,
Church run exploded Monday foreaoou
destroying tho engiue house. No per
son was injured.
James F. Boyd.a man about 27 years
of age, recently employed on a' well
near the mouth of the Clarion river,
was run over by a train on the Alle
gheny Valley Railroad, near Parkers
on Tuesday night and was instantly
killed. He was intoxicated, and laid
dowu on the track.
The Clarion Democrat says : We
had the pleasure of meeting a num
ber of prominent Democrats this week,
who are in Clarion attending Injudi
cial conferee meeting. Among them
were V. W. Mason, Esq., the popular
District Attorney of Forest county,
who towers above the heads of com
mon sized people, like Saul of Tarsus. I
Col. 1. 1). ihumas, one ot the old war
horses of Democracy ; S. II. Haslet,
formerly of Clarion county, and now
a leading business mail of Tionesta ; I.
C. Wgnins, a prominent citizen of For
There are 14,551,651 Roman Call o-
lies in Germany.
The following items of local in
tercut in Elk county, we take form the
St. Mary's Gazette:
The young lady in this place who
was seen with a new beau on last Sun
day evening, says she will marry him,
or never marry at all. Good girl
stick to him.
A gentleman passing through our
town not many days ago with a fine
pair horses, stopped at one of the stores
and purchased an elegant whalebone
whip nicely wrapped with wiro, with
sWver thimbles to add to its beauty
he immediately paid the ready "john"
for it, and jumped iuto his buggy and
If you want a good local papcr.sub
scribo for the Gazette.
Samuel W. Thomson, son of Mrs.
William Carter, living on the Clapp
farm, who was recently injured by the
explosion of a torpedo is slowly recover
ing, though crippled for life. One eye
is ent'uely lost, one arm amputated,
and several other injuries will remain
with him forlife. Mr. Carter left his
wife in February and this boy has been
her entire support since that time,
the accident leaves her in a destitute
condition and it is hoped that her hus
band when learning of it, w ill return to
the support of his family. I'd. Cen.
There is a house in Tolland Coun
ty, Coun., on the walls of which still re
mains paper which has been there
since 17S7, when the house was built.
Hard to beat a boiled egg.
II. II. MOKIUS,
Late of Brady's Rend, has located In
Tionesta, and is prepared to do all kinds ot
work in tho lino of repairing
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, &c,
In pood stylo and warrantod to give satis-fm-tion.
Watches, Jewelry, Ac, will bo
left iu care of I). s. Knox, w ho will bo re
sponsible for their sale return.
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Rev. R. T. Taylor, D. D., Principal
Opens it Seventh Year September 12th.
Buildings extensive. Orumds ample
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Course thorough and practical. "Superior
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May, or any patrons of tho school. Send
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IS Prepared to deliver tho best quality o
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miles from Newuianvillo for 7 cents per
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J. D. 1IEN11Y, Oil City,
Ag't for Venango Co., Pa.
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Mar. 4, tf. TionestH, Pa.
PITH OLE VALLEY R'Y.
N AND AFTER Mondav, June 15, 1871,
Trains will run as foliows:
stations. No. 2. No. 4.
Oleopolis, HMtlam 8.40 pm
Hennett, 10.38 " 11.28 "
Woods 10.30 " !U8 "
Prtilhera Mill 10.1U " 3.10 "
PitholoCity 10.10 2.55 "
stations. No. 1. No. 3.
Pitholo City, 8.40 a m 1.40 p m
Prathors Mill 8.48 ' 1.4S '
Woods H,f, " j.ftrt
Hennett li.ua " 2.0i "
Oleopolis tl.ltl " 2,m
An Extra Train leaves Pitholo City on
Saturdays at 8.10 p. 111. mnking close con
nection at Oleopolis with Trains on tho Oil
Creek A Allegheny River Railway forCor
ry and intermediate points.
Return Train leaves Oleopolis at 7.15 p.
in., arriving at Pithole Citv at 7.51.
All other Trains niakocloso connections
at Oleopolis with trains on the Oil Creek it
Allegheny River Uailwav, North und
Two Lines of Stages run tlnilv between
PitholoCity, Miller Farm amf Pleasant
ville, inaki'igconncction witharrivingond
departing Trains. J. T. II LAIR,
FID. HI HOP, sup't.
Ticket Agent, Pitholo City, Pa.
Oil Creek & Allegheny ttiver Ry
ON AND AFTER Monday Juno 5, 1871,
Trains will run as follows;
STATIONS: 1st Class. 2d Class.
4 2 6 10 14
a. ni. a. m. p. m. a. m. a. 111.
Corry 15 11 00 5 50 8 00
Spartansburg 6 42 11 35 B 24 0 10
Ulynden 64 11 47 6 37 0 30
Centrevillo 7 01 11 65 8 40 tl 54
Tryonville 7 13 12 03 fl 65 10 20
Hydetown 7 25 12 15 7 10 11 Mi
All 7 85 12 25 7 25 11 20
lH 7 42 12 45 7 40 0 1ft 11 35
Miller Farm 8 02 1 03 7 50 55 12 15
Shatter 8 07 1 08 8 03 7 20 12 20
Pioneer 8 17 1 18 8 10 7 40 12 43
An 8 25 1 25 8 23 7 65 1 05
1B 8 28 1 28 8 30 8 10 1 65
Columbia 8 35 1 35 8 38 8 20 2 10
Tarr Farm 8 40 I 3S 8 42 8 30 2 25
Kynd Farm 8 40 1 44 8 50 8 40 2 40
Rouseville 8 53 1 4!) 8 50 9 00 2 65
MuClintock 8 Ml 1 53 9 00 0 05 8 00
Alt 9 10 2 05 9 15 9 20 8 20
nts 9 15 2 10 10 15 3 40
Oleopolis 9 45 2 3(1 11 10 4 25
' Eagle Hock II 50 2 4tl 11 S2 4 50
I President 9 5!) I2 60 11 88 4 6(1
Tionesta 10 23 3 12 12 30 5 87
Hickory 10 44 3 32 1 20 6 15
Trunkeyville 10 54 3 41 1 45 8 43
Tidioute 1111 3 58 2 2 1 7 10
lrvineton 12 01 4 40 4 05 S 40
No. 10 Titusvillo 2.10p. m.; Miller 2.50;
Pioneer 3.20; Pet Centre 3.33; Columbia
4.15; Tarr Farm 4.23; Rvnd Farm 4.37;
Rousevillo 4.55; Oil City 6;20.
No. 8 -Corry 8.16 a. in.; Titusvllle 8.35;
Miller Farm 9.25; Pet Centre 0.48; Colum
bia 10.13; Tarr Farm 10.18; Rynd Farm
10.27; Rousevillo 10.35; Oil City 11.00.
No. 18 Pet Centre 1.28 p. 111.; Columbia
1.50; Tarr Farm 2.05; Rvnd Farm 2.10;
Rouseville 2.30; Oil City S'.OO.
No. 22 Oil City 8.30 a. 111.; Oleopolis
7.25; Tionesta 8.51; Trunkeyvillo 10.15;
NOK'l'H WAUD TRAINS.
STATIONS: 1st Class.
3 1 13 9
p. ni p. in. a. in. a. in.
12 45 S 05 8 00 7 45
1 28 6 47 7 20 0 05
1 45 0 05 8 05 10 15
1 54 ;8 15 '8 20 10 44
2 14 8 34 8 45 11 40
!2 S5 W 65 9 30 12 21
2 38 1 8 69 9 35 12 32
2 47 7 08 10 05 1 03
3 15 7 35 10 55
8 00 3 20
6 13 ji 32
8 1(1 8 35
7 40 11 30
7 65 11 50
7 50 12 00
3 40 C8 04 12 25
3 45 8 10 12 38
8 14 12 48
8 21 1 05
4 15 8 40
4 20 8 41
4 40 9 05
5 08 '9 34
5 17 U 43
5 27 9 58
5 38 10 02
8 10 10 32
Spartansburg 8 24
Corry 8 55
No. 15 Oil City 6.55 a. in.; Rousevillo
7.20; Tarr Farm 7.48; Columbia 7.55; Pet
Centre 8.1(1; Pioueer 8.40; Miller 9.25;
No. 7 Titusville 9.00 a. in.; Corry 11.25.
No. 11 Oil City 11.20 a. m.; Rousevillo
11.45; Kvnd Furui 11.53; Tarr Farm 12.03;
Columbia 12,10; Pet Centre 12.20; Miller
1.25; Titusvillo 2.0O; Corry 4.42 p. 111.
No. 21 Tidioute 12.45 p. m.; Trunkev
ville 1.45; Tionesta 2.43; Oleopolis 4.25; Oil
() Trains do not stop. () Stop on signal.
(J) Stop for meals.
Trains. 5, 0, 21 and 22rundailyj all other
trains daily exceot Sundays.
N. H. Train No. 19 is an t
1 ltus ville to Corry
BILVKR PA LACK SI.EKl'INll CAR TRAINS.
No. 4 Direct from Philadelphia without
No. 1 Direct to Philadelphia without
No. 5 Direct from Pittsburgh without
No. tt Direct to Pittsburgh without
C. J. HEPBURN JNO. PITCAIRN,
Superintendent. Ueu'l Manager.
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