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: tit sbay mum, sept. 19, is;i.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
for auditor general, ;
david Stanton, of Boavcr Co.
FOR PURVEYOR OEXERAL,
ROBERT R DEATH, of Schuylkill.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY JICKET.
a 1 ' . '
. i FOR COMMI98IORER,
T. D. COLLINS, of Hickory Tp.
for auditor, t" I ;',
T. B. COBB, of Tionesta Borough. .
- There" will lo a Republican Mass
Meeting held nt the Court House on
TUESDAY EVE, SEPT. 26,
nt which Hon. I. 0. Gordon, of Brook
ville, Judge Johnson,' of Warren, 'aiid
other proliiiucht speakers will be pres
eut and- address , the meeting. Let
there le a general rally to this the
first demonstration of the campaign.
Tursnant to public notice, the Judi
cial Conference of the 18th Judicial
District of Pennsylvania, met in Con
vention in Clarion, this 8th .day of
Sempteinbe'r, 1871 and proceeded to
organise.. ; V ,,..'. , . '.
f On motion, Hon. James Boss was
elected Cliairmanand G. Arnold
Scct'yr " ;',tw -
On" motion of G. W. Arnold the
name of Isaac G. Gordon was present
ed to the Convention." . ., ,
No other nominations being made,
on motion the Convention proceeded
to nominate the Hon. Isaac G. Gordon,
of Jefferson County, and he is .herebv
declared to be the unanimous choice of
the" "Contention; and declared to be
nominee 6f the" Republican party, for
Fresidcht Judeerof said district.
On motion he Chair appointee! Da
vid Eason and Paul Darling a Com
mittee of two to notify Mr. Gordon of
ins nomination. ( ' . ,
On motion tho Convention - adjourn
ed tine die. James Rosa.'- -.-Attest
G. W. Arnold, Sec'ty.
'llev.' J. A. Hume returns his hearty
thanks to; Mrs." Minnie' Stow,' James
Henderson C. E.'Middletou and all
the ladies and gentlemen who assisted
in making up the balance of his sala
ry during the past year, for the East
Hickory Society. While reason
and afHction shall perform their
special functions, he will ever love
and remember the liberal kindness of
the good people of Hickory Circuit as
shown to hira oftentimes during last
Conference Year. A pledge is hereby
given, that by the help of the Lord,
he will work more persistently, for the
accomplishment of good and the sal
vation of the people.
Harper't Magazine, .for October,
1871 has the following list of contents:
Dolores, with three illustrations;
New York City Post-Office, with
twelve illustrations ; The Yale Col
lege Expedition of 1870, with ten il
lustrations ; Reindeer, Dogs, and Suow
shoes. Siberian Travel and Explora
tion (concluded), with twelve illustra
tion! ; Border Reminiscences, with
four illustrations j Teddy's Triumph ;
Down the Eastern Shore, with a Map;
Hannah Jane, with four illustrations;
The American Lamm, with four illus
trations; The Conquest of Ireland;
Postage Stamps aud their Origin,
with Ninety-nine illustrations; Faint
Heart ; A Baby Brook ; By-gone Ce
lebrities of Bond Street London;
Arine Furnesa; Editor's Easy Chair;
Editor's Literary Record; Editor's
Scientific Record; Editor's Historical
Record; Editor's Drawer. Terms 84
per year. Jas. It. Osgood & Co., Pub
lishers, Boston Mass. .
We publish to-dav the Droceed-
iugs of the Judicial Convention of
this district, which was held at Clarion
on the 8th inst. It will be seen by a
perusal of them, that Hon. I. G. Gor
don, of Brookville is the Republican
nomiiieo of the district for the office of
President Judgo. But now comes the
report of the withdrawal of Mr. Cor
bett, of Clarion, leaving Mr. Jenks
full Democratic vote of the district.
We publish an article from the Clarion
Democrat which fays that Judge Gor
don has, since the' withdrawal of Mr.
Corbett, declined "to be a candidate,
and we harer.it confirmed by private
parties who were in Brockville at the
time of the withdrawal of both Cor
bett and Gordon. We have received
ii4.gf!iciul notice of tho transaction,
iigt pretuuie it to be true. ;
Communication from Centre County.
. Centre County, Sept. 0, 1871.
'Oh t there Is sweetness In tho mountain
Ami life, flint bloatod ease can never hope
i to share." j
It is perfectly delightful In tho Allo
ghenies such a contrast to the crowd
ed, hot, dusty city we left. We are
out of doors most of tho time, take
many tramps over tho hills, and down
tho "tram-road" any thing to be
breathing the pure air. A day or two
after our arrival we went on au excur
sion over the. mountains down into
what is known as Bald Eagle. Valley.
Oh I what a magnificent view we had.
My powers of description are too poor
to render a just idea of all we beheld,
however I will make the attempt:
Daylight dawned upon our party,
seated in a substantial two-.horse wag
on, well provided with water-proof
cloaks and umbrellas, for one never
knows when a storm will arise in these
mountans. , A basket of provisions
was placed in the driver's care,' and
Completed our preparations for the
day's journey. For nearly a mile we
followed a rough wagon road leading
through ya dense wood.- We' 'passed
'neath "dripping cheBtnut" trees aiid
plucked boqucts of marvelous beauty
from overarching boughs of the match
less Rhododendron. ProsntIy we
emerged into a broad rocky 'poke ap
proaching the summit of the moun
tain. Ranges of low wooded hills
stretched away; to right and - left.
Above reposed banks of creamy clouds,
their edges touched with the pale rose
tinge of early morn. Further oh and
to the left, a ravine widens and deep
ens; a dark stream partly concealed by
Intertwiniug leafy bough and cluster
ing vines, is observed through- occa
sional glimpses, r' ' ' ' '
"Foaming and hurrying over lis rugged
path," - - '. - , . T
on to . in final x home, in '. the broad
bosom of the' ocean. ' Pallas-like out
of these grand, glowing depths, sud
denly arises a huge mountain, expand
ing its majestic form 'till it has peered
far into the blue' above" ' Now &ie
sun looks up from behind these lofty
battlement where he has rested all
night in undisturbed silence ; he throws
his rays aslant down the steep moun
tain's side, over, rock and 'precipice,
even to the turbulent water's edge
where, half hidden beneath its mossy
bed, the violet opens its blue eyes and
nods to meek, tearful daises. 'A fitting
emblem beauty and innocence when
tnOst retired are not secure" from lurk
ing "danger, and waters of oblivion
roll unceasingly eager to engulf with
in their dark abysses the unsuspecting.
But the columbine more shrewd,
clambers far up among the gray rocks,
drooping its golden cells burthened
with morning dew. Tall pines bright
en and glisten in the glorious sun
light, all nature awakens and smiles
with tho return of the life-giving sun
shine. To the right are green valleys
dotted with white farm houses and
luxuriant barns, walled in even by
these same "rock-ribbed and ancient"
towers of strength and grandeur. We
gaze long upon the s:ene, yet refuse to
be satiated, and vainly essay to give
expression to the heart's feeling. Oh !
lovely ' .."' . ''
Variegated maze of mount and glen,
All mo! what hand can peucU guide or
' To follow half on which the eye de
lights." . , ,,.
Looking backward through the dim
distance an unbroken plain stretches
many miles away," beyond which the
misty outline of peak risiug above
peak intercept the view. Turning our
eyes (and our hearts, shall we say it)
again southward, it is the same in
terminable missy purplish outline.
"Where 'ocr we gaze, around, above, be
i low, '
What rainbow tints, what niagio charms
Rork, river, forest, mountain all around,
Aud bluest skies that harmonize the
But we cannot linger. Onward we
journey, now climbing, now descend
ing until we have reached theaforsaid
valley. There is the town with its un
pretending white-washed cottages.
Near by winds the rail-road and a
small uncomely station house stands
out in bold relif against a dark green
background of pine aud hemlock. We
alight from our wagon and ffwait the
arrival of the train. A shrill whistle
is heard and a locomotive with one
handsome official car attached sweeps
past us at lightning speed. Another
prolonged whistle aud the Lockhaveu
Express approaches, winding round a
curve at the foot of a neighboring bill.
One of our party leave us to spend a
day or two in Bollefonte. We watch
the train 'till lost to us in the distance,
then return to the wagon to travel
Beyond the town we again alight,
and, seated beside a beautiful spring,
partake of our luncheon, but we do
not loiter long. The sunshine lingera
still in tlie valleys, but above the hills
and partly overshadowing than hang
betokening clouds. The sun's dazzling
splendor lights up the cdgs of these
with '-intolerable radiancy" Bntil they
appear in the language of Shelley
"Tow-erina like rorks of Jei
Crownei with a diamond wreath." .
Strange that snnshine and cloud
be thus intermingled, but do We not
often see it exemplified in life. May
God's hallowed sunlight ever dwell in
our hearts to illumine the clouds of
care and disappointment and reconcile
us to the divine will of "One who
doeth all things well." S. M.F.J.
V Ballou's Monthly MIgakine for
October. This sprightly, lively and
instructive magazine for October is
issued in good time for its thousands
of readers to admire. No magazine in
the country, gives so much for so little
as Ballou's.. It contains one hundred
pages of reading, twenty or thirty en
gravings', some of, the best stories that
the best authors can produce, and is
just the serial to have in a family fond
of intellectual pursuits. Published by
Thomes & Talbot, 63 Congress Street,
Boston, at 1.00 per year, or 15 cents
Declination or Candidates for Judge.
' We are authorized by the proper
authority, to state tha Vm. L.' Cor
bett, Esqr, has declined, and is wlong
er a cftddidatVfor President Judge of
this district. ' We have not his card
officially withdrawing from the con
test, but it will be published in due
time, when his name will be taken
from the ticket published at the head
of this column, and the name of the
recognized Democratic candidate put
in its place. We are also credibly in
formed that Judge Gordon, the Rad
ical candidate for Judge of this dis
trict, also declines being a. candidate,
since the withdrawal "of Mr. Corbett.
Clarion Democrat. '
Terrible Boiler Explosion. We
learn that the boiler on the Whittle
sey &T Pei kins lease, Foster Hill, ex
ploded with" terrific force at an early
hour this morning instantly killing the
engineer, and blowing the engine
house and derrick to fragments. Our
informant states that the boiler was
literally torn to pieces. The explosion
is supposed to have'beeu occasioned
by a to high pressure of steam having
ran up while the engineer, was asleep,
who paid the penalty of his careless
ness with his life, . We did not learn
the unfortunate man's name. I'd.
Cctu Ilee. 12."
, Jurors for September Term 1871.
Barnett township W, R. Coon.
' Tionesta borough Watts B. Lloyd,
James Hulings, W. R. Dunn, P. O.
Conver. -; :'
' 'Tionesta township Geo. S. Hunter,
R. M.' Carson, D. G. Hunter. '
Green township James Haggarty.
Harmony township Hiram ' Flem
ing, William McCrorv, "J." D. Glenn,
N. H. Siggins, II. O. Scott.
i Kingsley township Elias Berlin,
William loby, George Morgan.
I . Hickory township J.M. Ahlstrand,
Jonathan Alba ugh. .
Jenks township James Whitelock,
James Ward. .
, Barnett township Justice Shockey,
Sebastian Cook. .
Howe township Th os. Porter.
Barnett tp. James Irwin, William
Shields, Frederick Childs, Hileman
Irwin, Geo. Lackner, Samuel Brandon,
W. II. Warner, Robert Hilliard. . "
Green tp. Albert Butler," George
Walters, David Walters," William
Harmony tp. II. C. Orr, "W. C.
Bromloy, Anson R. Curry, Fred. Fo
gle, A. A. Copeland, H. C. Parker, Sr.,
J. W. Siggins, Charles Landers,- Wil
liam Gorman, Byron Landers, Benona
Scott, J. J. McCaslin, 'Thomas Mack,
J. C. Miller, Jesse Burchfield.
Hickory tp. Henry . , W. Hall,
Hugh H. Ilanna, William CroppGeo.
Ginter, Charles Albaugh, Jonathan P.
Albaugb. . .
) Howe tp-. Thomas Wingfield, Wm.
Kingsley! tp. Seebert Poorbam,
George " atson, Jack Farrj William
Gibson. ' " .
Tionesta tp. Fred. Stitzinger, John
Carney, II. C. Church, Esop Cropp,
Moses Mealey, Jacob Stitzinger, Geo.
Mealey, Samuel Clark. "
Tionesta boro. Leonard Agnew.
ISew ItuurdJng IIoumc.
MBS. S. S. lil'USas ban built a large
addition to lier house, and in now pre
pared to arcoinuiodate anumber of perma
nent boardera, and all transient onua who
may favor her with their patronage. A
good H Uil ile haa recently leen built to ac
commodate the horses of kuuhU. Charges
reasonable, llenidouce ou iUm St., oppo
site H. 1 1 asdefa Htore. 23-ly
On the night of the 7th lust, a span of
horm-s were taken from my bam in Tionea
ta twp. One is a mure, nix yearn old, haa
two white HjHjta, made by aaddle, on her
back, and a aiuall lump on left fore leg.
Tho horse has a apavin on right hind leg,
and 1h eight yoara old. Both horses were
of a brown color. Two bliud-bridlea wore
fcio reward will lie paid for their return
and the arrest of the tiiieU
RtHc4 ta4 Cored t Tr. Shraaa'i Patol Arptlno b4
Cimpayi4. ' HI.., Wfl Brotaw,, N. T. B.ad tun. tat tool
vub bouiTtptiio llb.MM wf urn before tad ifiu 00 r. wtlb
ui 11. ar, w ra Mefluar gu4,bu.nudnnlk &. w.r. ur
Irav.ltuf lai,M.!ra, bo prMcuU la bar bMA Mlfuu.M alr.
0'Jl)A A MONTH. Jlorse and car
tK'tJwfJ riagefurnisliod ; expensea paid:
saluplea free. JI. B. feHAW, Alfred, Me.
V AXl'I'I Men and Women seek
ing a good puving business to sell our il
lustrated, historieal, biographical, reli
gious and agricultural works, tseiid stump
for full particulars Jiow vyu win make ll(0
to Moo per month. B. 11. TKKAT, Tub-Vi-hcr,
fo5 Hroadwav, N, y, 2i-t
III" IV I" II NI'HIIV AHY
fttySlCAi, INSTITUTE I
Rev. R. T. Taylor, D. D., Principal
Openlt Seventh Year i)tornbr 12th.
Buildings extcnRKe. Ominrts ample
tfwlcfully laid out. Kooma large mid sheer
fnl, well furnished, warmed by grate.
Course thoTongh and practical. 'Superior
advantage for music, rocal and inntru
meinL Fupils board In filmily of Prin
cipal. ItefeT to Tr. W. F. Hunter, and It, II.
May, or any pntronn of tho school, fpnl
r Oitatoguo to R. T. TAYLOR,
bANlEfAflUktY", Bearer, Pa.
'rest. Trustees, 17-ttt
, ST. BENEDICT ACADEMY.
conducted ii m BEiEDirn.u sns.
THIS Institution in ptewsanClr (rifnnled
near iSt. Mary's, on tho I'hila. A V.rUt
Ry.,enconraged by tho liberal patronage it
haa hitherto enjoyed, a spurious ImiMirkx
has lieen ereete'iL and the Sisters are pre
pared to receive an additional number of
pupils. Tho Scholastic, year, which eon
silts of two sessions, eommeces on the first
Monday In September, and closes In tho
hitter part of June.
; Board and Tuition (including English
and Merman,) per session, payable In ad
vance, $Htl.iHli Krencb. Lathi, Vocal and
Instrumental Music, Drawing and Paint
ing, and Fancy Work, form extra charges.
For further particulars apply to the
tI RECTli ESS OF THE ACADEMY,
' Mary's, Klk Co., Pa.
OP TnB STATE Or r-ENKSTLVAMA,
MARKET ST., west of 17th, rillLA,,
Re-opens September ldlh, 1871. Thorough
Collegiate training for the practice of Mine
Engineering, Civil Fnginecrintr, Mechani
cal Engineering, Analytical J n dim rial
Chet listry. Metallurgy a-id Architecture.
The Diploma of tho College Is received as
conclusive evidence of proficiency by the
first engineers and companies engaged In
worksof improvement. For 10th Annual
Announcement, address ALF'RED u
KENNEDY, m. z., TresU of Faculty. 20-4t
' , I prize:
csinale. ) free.
100 a week (W Mr
and Sl!5,OO0 in cash
Male A Fsmale. ) free. Address Ameri
can Book Co., G2 William St., N. Y. 4o-4t
Patented Novemper' 1, 1870.
Hamplos free at 1 vrooery stores. II. A
Bartlett t Co., Philadelphia, l'a. l-4t
TRAL . RAILROAD
ON AND AFTER 11 P. P. Sunday May
1, 1870, Trains arrive at and leave the
Union Depot,, corner of Waaliinton aud
T n . m. . ,
j-aourijr Biii'tjt, us louuws;
"ARRIVE. '" '
Mail Train; 1.80 a tn ; VwX IJne, 1112 a
ni ; Well's accomoiodation No. 1, U.20 a in'
Urinton aciommodation No 1, 7.60 am;
Wall s accommodation No 1, 8.5ft a m jCln'
cinnati exi ross 0.20 a m ; Johnstown ao.
commodation 10.M) am; Bradihx'k'a ac
commodation No 1, 7.00 p m j Pittsburgh
express 1.30 p m; t'aciuc express l.ou p ui ;
Wall's aceominodation No 3, 2.M p m ;
Homewood accommodation No l.ft.So pm;
Wall's accouimodation No i, S.&0 p ni ;
lirinton ai-commodation No 2, 1.10 p m i
ay l asaeiiger je.zu p m. - 1
DEPART. . ! ,..
Southern express 6J!0"a m ; Paoifio ex-
rrews 2.40 a m ; Wall's accommodation No
, 6.30 a m ; Mail Train 8.10 a in ; Hrinton's
aceommotiatlon 1J.ZO a m : Braddock'a ae
coromodalion No 4, 6.10 p in; Cincinnati
express ii..i; p m :, wall a aH!ommotlation
N 2, 11.51 a ni ; Johnstown accommodation
4.05 pm; llomewood acoommodatiun No
1, 8.60 p in; Philadelphia express 3.M) p ni;
Wall acconiTnodation No 3.3.U6 p m; ali a
accommodation No 4, 6.0S p m ; Fast Line
i. p m ; airs iso o, li.uo p in.
'The Church Trains leave Wall's Station
every Sunday at 9.0S a. in., reaching Pitts
burgh at 10.o5 a. ,m. Returning leave Pitts
burgh at I2.S0 p.Jm., and arrive at Wall's
rotation at z.io p. in.
Cincinnati express loaves daily. Snnth'
rn expra duily except Monday. All otu.
er Trains daily, ex;-?p Sunday.
For furthcr'information nnly to
V. H. BECKWITll, Agent.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company
will not assume any Risk for Baggage ex
cept for Wearing Apparel, and limit their
rsponslbility W One Hundred Dollai lval
ue. ;A11 baggage exceeding that a ount
in vaiue win is attnerisK or tuu fner,
unless taken by upocial'contract.
A. J. CASSAl
; Goneral Superintendent, Altoona Pa.
. BOOKS, STATIONERY, :
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(Near the Co' ' .-tHouso,) ' ' "
Have a general assortment of School
Hooks, Law Books, 'Histories, Bibles and
Testaments, H vmn Books, Masio Hooks,
Blank Books, Envelopes, Note, letter and
cap writing pajwrs, Peus, luk, Slutes and
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SALE OU RETAIL, at lowest cash priees.
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ESTABLISHED MAY 1853.
LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT
LIVE STOCK POLICIES,
ISSUED IN FIRSTCLASS COMPANIES.
LOSSES PB0M PUT ADJUSTED AXD PAID.
A. C. SAMPSON, Cen. Agent.
J. D. HENRY, Oil City,
Ag't for Venango Co., Pa.
Applications received and Information
furnished by A. 11. Stcklk, at Tionesta
Savinijs Bank. apltf.
LOTS FOR SALE !
BOROUGH OF TIONESTA.
Apply to GTX). G. SICKLES, '
79, Nassau St, New York City.
Having fitted up a first class
Are prepared to furnish to order all kinds
of manufactured lumber such m
, . ftOOJIIXCf, .
SID I y O, SURFACE-
vnmsKj) l v mb er, s a sir,
jyoon', BUS PS, AND StERT
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Rrfyre port-hmlnglsftwrrer?, a Hrr loea-
tion In the heart ot the lumber region gives
ns-stiprrier axlvRrrlnves in fhe JMrrla- of
lumber that will enable us to undersell
thOM les favorably situated,
Mar. 4, tf. 'f ioresta, l'a.
PITH OLE VALLEY R'Y.
OX AND AFTER Monday, Jun 5, 1871,
Trains will run as Mlims t
' ' TRAINS NORTH WARP, '
BTATio.ia. No. 2. No. 4. .
Oloopolig, iit.4rt a m 8.40 p m
Bennett, : 10.S.S ' ' 8. as '
Woods 10.30 ' 8.18
Prathors Mill 10.21 " 8.10 "
PltholeClry itUo 2.65 ."
stations. No. t. No. 8.
Pithole City. a.40 a m 1.40 p m
Prathors Mill ,, 8.4 " 1.4H
Woods . ,;'fe.5il " l.Srt "
Bennett O.ftJ 2.03
Oleopclls 9.1 " 2.1 '
An Kxtra Train leaves Pithole City on
Saturdays at 6.10 p. nt. making close 'con
nection at Oleopolis with Trains on the Oil
Creek t Allegheny River Railway forCor
ry and intermediate points.
ciurn l rain leaves ineopoiis nt 7.10 p.
m., arriving at Pithole City at 7.51. '
All other Trains make close connections
at Oleopolis with trains on tho Oil Creek A
Allegheny River Bailway, North and
Two Lines of Stages run daily between
PitholoCity, Miller Farm and Pleasant
ville, maki'igcoutieclion withnrrivlngand
departing Trains. J.T.BLAIR,
ill). BISHOP, Mup't.
Ticket Agent, Pitholo City, Pa.
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