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TV. R, DUNN .
TUESDAY BORNXG, ATGliST IS, 1S71.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
POB ArDITOR GENERAL,
DAVID STANTON, of Beaver Co.
FOR BCRVETOR GENERAL,
KOBERT B. BEATH, of Schuylkill.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET.
T. D. COLLINS, of Hickory Tp.
T. B. COBB, of Tionesta Borough.
The Scenery of Forest.
' It is not customary fur those living
in Forest county to boast much of the
ccnery wtiliin its borders, but we all
appreciate it. For the sake of allow
ing how strangers view the land about
Tionesta, we make some extracts from
ft letter written to the Beaver Argii,
by Rev. R. T. Taylor, Principal .of the
Beaver Seminary, while on a visit to
some of his pupils in this place :
"Ihis town is beautifully located on
the left bunk of the Allegheny, one
hundred and fifty miles above Pitts
burgh. "The Tionesta Creek enters the Al
legheny just below the town. For for
ty or fifty miles from its mouth, tnis
creek has been lined with lumber mills
which have been gradually reaching
further np and to the right and left
for their supplies of pine timber. This
supply not ouJy on the Tionesta, but
also on the Clarion and upper Alleghe
ny stretching up into the state of New
York will be almost entirely exhausted
in another decade, so that we shall be
obliged to look elsewhere for our fram
ing timber as we are already doii.g tor
our other descriptions of lumber or
ure hemlock of which on some of
these streams there are still large
"This town, with other portions of
Venango county, got themselves an
nexed to the "Old Forest" county,
which was rightly named, absorbed it
and became the county seat some four
years since. They have a new Court
House a fine and imposing brick
structure, overlooking the valley and
commanding a view of the river above
and below in its beautiful meandering
among the miniature mountains, wood
ed down to the water's edge. In for
mer visits to this town I have been
struck with its beauty of situation, but
never before as now have I had the op
tun ity of viewing its pictursque scene
ry from different "stand points" for
miles above and below. How I wish
our photographer Noss, with his came
ra and skill in taking stereoscopic
views might visit this portion of the
Allegheny, and add to his list of beau
tiful glimpses of American Scenery."
Jurors for September Term 1871.
Barnett township V. R. Coon.
Tionesta borough Watts B. Lloyd,
James Hulings, W. R. Dunn, P. O.
Tionesta township Geo. S. Hunter,
R. M. Carson, D. G. Hunter.
Greeu towuship James Haggarty,
Harmony towuship Hiram Fleui'
ing, William MoCrory, J. D. Glenn,
N. II. Siggins, H.C. Scott.
Kingsley township Elias Berlin,
W liharn Toby, George Morgan.
. Hickory township J.M. Ahlstrand,
Jenks township James Whitelock,
Baruett township Justice Shockey,
beb istiuu Cook.
Howe township Thos. Porter.
Burnett tp. James Irw in, William
Sliiulds, Frederick Childs, Hileman
Irwin, Geo. Luc knur, Samuui Brandon,
W. II. Warner, Robert Hilliard.
Green tp. Albert Butler, George
Walters, David Walters, William
Harmony tp. II. C. Orr, W. C.
Bromley, Anson R. Curry, Fred. Fo-
gle, A. A. Copelund, H. C. Purker, Sr.,
J. . Siggins, Charles Landers, Wil
liara Gorman, Byron Landers, ISouon'i
Seott, J. J. McCaslin, Thomas Mack,
J. C. Miller, Jesse Burehfield.
. Hickory tp. Henry W. Hall,
Hugh II. Hauna, William Cropp, Geo.
Ginter, Charles Albaugh, Jonathan P,
Howe tp. Thomas Winjjfield, Win.
Kingsley tp. Seebert Poorhani,
George Watson, Jack Farr, William
Tionesta tp. Fred. Stitzinger, John
Caruey, II. C. Church, Esop Cropp,
Moses Mealey, Jacob Stitzinger, Geo,
Mea ey, Samuel Clark.
TioneftB boro. Leonard A mew,
The Meadville Republican gives
the following list of Agricultural
Fairs to be held in that and ndjaccut
Greenville, Pn., Sept. 2(i, 27 and 28.
Jamestown, Pa., Sept. 14, 15 and
16. j . .
Mercer, To., Sept. 6, 7 aud 8.
Stoneboro, Ta., Sept. 12, 13 and 14.
Conneautvilic, Pa., Oct. 4, 5 and 6.
Andover, O., Sept. 6, 7 and 8.
Brookfield, O., Oct., 5, G aud 7.
Butler, Pa., Sept. 2ti. 27 and 28.
The Northern Ohio Fair, at Cleve
land, Sept. 12, 13,' 14, 15 and 16.
Here's what the Clarion Democrat
thinks of the situation in r gard to
the President Judgeship of this dis
trict: The Republicans of this judicial dis
trict are waiting and watching to see
the result of the Democratic conven
tion. If the Democrats are unable to
unite on one candidate, aud both Jenks
and Corbett run, the Republican pro
gramme is to uomiunte and run Judge
Gordon. There are about 5,000 Dem
ocratic votes, aud 4,000 Republican
votes, in the district. If the Demo
crats divide their votes between two
cuudidutes, the Republicans feel con
fident of electing their uomince.' It is
contrary to our custofll to discuss mat
ters relating to cnudidates before nom
ination, and we can only express what
we know is the feeling of tho mass of
the Democratic party, that wo bone
some satisfactory conclusion will be
arrived at, bv which a Democrat will
be elected. It is not strictly a politi
cal office, but while we have a lanje
majority in the district, and have, to
say the least, as good men as the op
position, it would not be creditabla to
the Democrats to divide their strength
aud thus elect a Radical Judge to
serve for the next ten years.
What it Means.
The North Carolina and Kentucky
elections possess a real significance, lor
an interpretation ot winch no one, es
pecially no Democrat of ordinary in
telligence, will be at a loss. In the
first place, tho negro vote, on which
confessedly much depends, has not
gone nor is it going over to the Demo
cratic party. It remains the firm sup-
pon oi me rvepuoucan party, and in
the ensuing Presideutiul coutest will
prove a 6at'e reliance to carry not only
North Carolina for the Republican
candidate, but so large a proportion
of the Southern States as at once to
destroy the expectations of the Demo
cratic leaders. For surely, if having
lost North Carolina this year, what
right has that party to expect to carry
the State next; or South Carolina, or
Mississippi, or Louisiana, or Florida?
Aud, having met with such heavy loss
es in Keutucky, with what reason can
it hope to hold on to Alabama or Ten
nessee, or V lrginia eveu 7 These elec
tion returns all at once change the
iruspect as the Democratic leaders
lave been picturing it to themselves,
and reamnn the .'act that tho Amen
can people cannot again be iuduced to
trust the party which sympathized with
the slaveholder's rebellion and at the
darkest hour of the contest raised the
w hite flag and proclaimed for peace at
any price. The people ure not, for
auy provocation that exists or is like
ly to exist, going to change aud go
over to this party ; and it is one of
the amazing things of the times in
which we live tiiat the Democratic
leaders do not perceive that the old
crust must be shed and thrown away,
a new body aud soul acquired, and
even a new name taken before they
have the slightest chance of gaining
the confidence of the nation. If it is
said that the old Democratic party
would then go out of existence and a
new and altogether different one take
its place, all we have said is, never
theless, true. The party that would
take up for the Presidency such a man
as Charles Francis Adams, ignore
'lammanyists of every sort, and wher
ever they exist, and accept at its full
meaning ihe lesson of the last twelve
years, might have some chunce of suc
cess probably might succeed when it
had shown that it was acting without
falso pietense. But there is no such
possibility for the great non-partisan
class of voters, aud the Republican
party will continue to receive their
support and will elect the next Piesi
dent. This is tho lessen taught by
every election 4iat . has takeu place
within the year. Viiteburgh Commer
cial. In the annals of mei'ical science a
few cases aud only a few are record
ed where womeu who had passed the
the age of three-score yeurs have given
birth to children. These occurrences
are considered extraordinary, and al
ways awaken a lively interest among
scientific men. In one of our exchanges
we find the statement thut a lady nam
ed Mrs. Betsy Hudson, living' about
six miles uorth of Wurreu, Pa., on
the Jamestown and Warren road, aged
nix-five yean, presented her husband a
few days ago with a healthy, bounciug
bahy. This is oue of tho most remar
kable instances on record, and should
receive the attention of the medicul
fraternity. I'itUburyh Commercial.
Maj. J. II. McLaughlin, of this
city, is now the champion wrestler of
the world. He published a challenge
in the New York Clipper, inviting any
man in the world to mutch him, and
gave thirty days for a reply. This
time has expired, and there is no an
swer to his challenge. The Major de
posited several hundred dollars with
Frank Queen, of the Clipper, as a
guarantee of his sincerity, but tho
amount has not been covered. We
therefore prououuee Maj. J. II. Mc
Laughlin champion wrestler of the
world. 7Vvt7'e Courier.
Tho Eric Dispatch says : We are
not able to give detailed particulars,
but can announce thnt the very thing
which tho citizens of Erio have beeii
struggling so hard for to no purpose
a direct road to the oil region will
soon bo, an accomplished fact, and
that without trouble nr difficulty. It
is well known that tho Oil Creek and
Allegheny River Railway (lessees of
the Pennsylvania Central) have se
cured a perpetual lease of the Union
and Titusville Ruad. At a meeting
of the directors of the Oil Creek Road
it was decided to at once put down a
third rail, making 4 foot 8 inch
track, to correspond with the Phila-.
delphia and Erie track, and freight
from Erie will run direct to Titusville.
It is further stated that there will be
no discrimination as against Erie in
the matter of oil and other freight.
Our information is from such source
that we have every reason to believe
its general correctness, and if it is ns
stated, it is the most importaut news
i,rie has had tor many a year.
Harrisburo, Pa., Aug. 9, 1771.
The State Prohibi':'"n Convention
met in the Senate Ch or at 10 A. M.,
and permanently org:. 1 with James
lilack, oi Ijancastcr, as Chairman.
Thirty-eight delegates were present,
representing fifteen counties. Strong
resolutions were adopted, and the fol
lowing persons were placed in nomina
tion : Mr. Barr Spaugler, of Lancas
ter, for Auditor General, and Hon. E.
II. Wheeler, of Sharon, Mercer coun
ty, for Surveyor General. Entire har
mony characterized the proceedings of
the lonventton. lUUburgn Uonuner
rial. The following cable dispatch has
been received from London : Great
excitement is occasioned here by th
announcement of the discovery of
large and valuable gold fields in New
Caledonia, an Island in the routh l a
cific Ocean, between int. 20 deg. and
VIZ (leg mm. south, and Ion. 164 dee,
and G7 deg. east. Numerous parties
are torming with the intention ot pro
ceediug to the island. Diggers are
leaving for the newly discovered fields
in great numbers. Several rich veins
are stated to be already ia successful
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OV AND AVTER Mondav.June 5, 1871,
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