The Forest Republican. (Tionesta, Pa.) 1869-1952, October 24, 1871, Image 2
She crcft $qnrtHam. w. n. dunn - EIDTOR. Tl'ESnAYiMORMXC, OCT. M, '.871. -r OUR NEXT VICE PRESIDENT. We lako the following sensible arti cle from tlio McaJville Republican: The State Journal of the 10th lias the following pertinent paragraph : "Pennsylvania has, without n doubt, earned, at the hands of the Republican party, n noble recognition in the com ing national 'campaign for President nnd Vice President. Grant will be renominated. Thafg a fixed fact, and he will be re-elected if the party is true to itself and those who wear its honors are true to iU The candidate for Vice President unquestionably be longs to Pennsylvania. The national Republican party owes the honor to the Keystone State. Who shall it be ? i ho is our strongest man V The remaiks of the Journal with respect to the consideration to which our State is entitled from the Nation al Convention of '72, will meet an ap proval all over the State. Our recent emphatic endorsement of the adminis tration and of the Republican policy, places Pennsylvania among the first in the list of positively Republican States, and makes her reliable, in the coming Presidential contest, for her full elec lorial vote for the election of Grant for Trssident, and, for Vice President, any good man the Convention may as sociate with him. But, as the influ ence of the October elections in this State go far to determine the result of the later election, it is cot only impor tant that we carry the fall elections in '72 but highly important that wo do so by the largest possible majority. It is needless to urge so evident a proposi tion as that we can do this most effec tively by having a Peunsylvanian up on the ticuet. This would greatly strengthen us. It would add to the general party feeling a local enthusi asm that would carry the State in Oc tober by au overwhelming majority, and secure, beyond doubt, a favorable result in the general election. But to do this the Convention must act with discretion. We want no man who weuld sow discord in our ranks. We want no man who is wanting in states manship, learning, integrity of char acter, or Republican convictions. Our candidate must be one whose name will call to bis support the men of the party in every section and of every character a man who is grent in himself, and whose political character m not made up by the practices of cunDing that elevate so many men to place, but which never carry respect w ith them. A statesman, a gentleman, a scholar, a man of reputation and political experience, familiar with the laws, Republican in principle, an earn est worker, and a man with a privato character above . reproach. That is the man wo want, and that man is none other than. U.S. Senator John Scott, this day the foremost man of the United States Senate, and the strongest man iu our State. Mr. Scott is a young man, in the prime of life, being now forty-seven years of age. He has filled several public stations, and has always suc ceeded in retaining the confidence of those who elevated him to place. By n close amplication to tx.n Btndv l practice of law, he has become one of 1. .. . . 1 : t i t mo 1111, lunjciu in i euosvivauia. in deed, it is doubtful if the bar of this or any other State contains a better lawyer, in the highest sense of the word. In 1868-9 be was elected to U. S. Senate, a'u'd immediately took rank rcmong the foremost members of that body. He has held a prominent place on various committees, and during the present year has been particularly con spicuous as chairman of the Ku Klux Committee. The duties of that posi tion he seems to have made particular ly a matter of conscience, and, while other Congressmen werespeudingjtheir vacation at home or at summer resorts, Senator Scott has remained in Wash ington, performing the laborious dutic3 devolving upon him as chairman of that Committee, with a zeal and deter mination that are characteristic of but verv few men. His sur-wn l,oo lunn perfect, and it will tell on the peace of Kouuiern soceiy lor years to come, while it has already mado Mr. Scott, with the persecuted loyal men of the South, the most popular man of tho country. When John Scott was elected United States Senator, he was not the candi date of any faction. In the absence of any one man of the older politicians, upon whom all parties could unite, a new man was found necessary, and he was selected with great unanimity. The satisfaction with v. hich his elec tion was bailed by the people has in creased as they have learned more of him from his public acU, and those who were hostile to bun at first, be causo of their failure to secure the elec tion of a favorite, have become l.li warm admirers and would sunnort him for any otlice, even for the presidency use ii. At home. Mr. Scott is known n pure Christian man, whose most inti- juuie acquaintances entertain ior in the highest respect. Indeed, amid a flirt ti;rmoill of tvililicnl r-inifn through w hich he has passed, his most bitter opponent haj never dared im peach his private character, lie is now a statesman of national reputation, profound in the law, high in the esteem of all parlies, of uiiiiii.stiikuLIe Repub lican principles, and holding through big inherent greatness such a place as no other man holds iu tho esteem of the Republicans of Pennsylvania. We believe that his noiniuatioil fur the of fice of Vice President woulJ add more Wivngth to the Republican ticket in this Stale than any other man that could be selected, while bis national rcputatfrn mnkes him available in every other State. We earnestly hope that the press of our State may unite in giving such an expression to the sentiments of the party as will Influ ence tho National Convention to rec ognize the importance of our State, by giving the nomination for the second office to ourstrongest Republican, who is, beyond doubt, Hon. John Scott. Constitutional Reform In Pennsylva nia. The overwhelming vole by which the people of Pennsylvania havo de clared in favor of a convention for the revision of the State Constitution, is warmly commended by the New York Tribune, which makes a number of well considered suggestions concerning the subject. These are, briefly, that party spirit should as far as possible be kept out of the convention, to which end the election of delegates should take place net later than tho first of May, the convention meeting early in June; spending a month in laying out the work and distributing it among the appropriate committees, and then ad journing until after the Presidential election, when the waves of party spir it will have begun to subside. The great advance in population since the present representation was fixed, renders it every way desirable that the membership of both branches should be considerably increased, and it is also shown by experience that a numerous body is less readily corrupt ed than a scanty one. Whatever rep resentation may be fixed upon should consist of an odd number, that legisla tion may not ba blocked to a tie. The coiuulutive system should also be al lowed a fair trial, the State being di vided into a certain number of Senate and of Assembly districts, each enti tled to choose three members, nnd each legal voter being authorized to comu late his vote as he thinks proper ; giv ing throe to one caudidate, or two for one and one for another, or dividing them equally between the three, as he shall elect. Under this system a ma jority of the voters could always elect a majority ot the representatives, while tho minority would make sure of their proportion as well. There are. for in stance, eight thousand Republicans iu Berks county, yet they are not repre sented, while the fifteen thousand Democrats of Allegheny county are uuder the present system equally gagged and fettered, livery voter is entitled to a voice in framing the laws under which he lives. To prevent venality and corruption in office, the acceptance of fees or perquisites, other than in payment of legal salary, by any person holding office under the laws of tho State, should be treated as felony, punishable by hve years imprisonment, or by a fine not exceeding five thousand dol lars, or both, in the discretion of the Court ; while any person offering an accepted bribe should be proccded against for the same crime and punish ed in a similar manner. Let provision be made for permitting persons charged with offering or receiving bribes, to testify in their own behalf in any civil or criminal prosecution therefor. Make it obligatory on the Governor of the State to remove any District Attorney who, alter being heard in his own de fense, shall be proved to have neglect ed to prosecute violations of the above provisions, and charge to the State whatever expenses are incurerd by any county in investigating aud prosecuting such cases. Provisions similar to these were em bodied in the New York constitution, voted down by the Democracy in 1867. One can readily see how its adoption would have rendered the rule and the robberies of the King impossible. We also second the Tribune's appeal that the ablest, wisest and purest men of the State be chosen as dclegates,without regard to politics,. The question is one which affects tho homo welfare of all the people of the State, and should be dealt with in a thoroughly non-partisan, comprehensive and dispassionate manner. Pittsburgh Commercial. A Disappointed Party. The last legislative apportionment was based upon the election returns of 1869, when Governor Geary was re elected, and awarded an equal number of Representatives in the lower House, outside of Philadelphia, to Republi cans and Democrats, making forty-one to each party. The Democrats were confident of maiutaiuig this number in the Stato, aud arranged the districts in a manner that was regarded as cer tain to accomplish Uie results. They had no doubt whatever of carrying all the country districts assigned them, and even expected to succeed in some of those aligned to the Rpublieans. Further than this, they even expected to defeat, with the aid of the so-tailed "Reform" movement, three or four Republicans iu Philadelphia, and thus obtain control of the House. Of the Senato they were quite certain, and until recently gave themselves little concern about it. Failiujr to realize their hopes in both cases, they are, of course, greatly disappointed. I heir loss of seven or eight Representatives anil two benators, secures to tho Re publicans a working majority in both blanches, nud invests them with the power of apportioning the Stato into Congressional Districts in a manner justified by their recently exhibited strength. While tho victory is com plete for the Republicans, it is a cause of pain uud mortification to the Dem ocratic leaders, frustrating their dar ing schemes and destroying thsir nice ly arranged plans for success in the great campaign of 1872. Frio Dit- jKiii-h, The American Newrpaper Reporter of tho 16th inst., says tho following testimonial front" J. B. Dinstnofe, Esq., will be read with interest, as based up on a varied experience in advertising; "My opinion-of tho value of city and coo n try newspapers as advertising mediums, is decidedly in favor of the country papers, price aud circulation being equal. "I should prefer to have my adver tisement inserted in a country paper having 500 circulation rather, than have it in COO copies' of a city , daily paper. Tho country readers have few er papers and more leisure, and conse quently read their papers iuoto thor oughly and take belter raro of them, while a daily paper after being glanced at is thought no more of than lust year's almanac. My opiniou is based on twelve years' study and experience in tho business." ' On Monday night a man by the name of Lenta entered Mr. Volk'fl sa loon on Railroad street and insulted the proprietor several times, nnd was finally ordered out doors. . The rough went out and still bent on a row contin ued his abuse. Volk's son, Wm. finally went out nnd advised him to go away and save trouble, but instead of taking god advice, he pitched at him with a knife. ' The boy succeeded in knocking him down, but not until after ho had received two severe wounds, one in the head and one in the side. Lentz was arrested and lodged iu the fort. Next morning he had a bearing before justice Tolmer who bound him over under two hundred dollar bonds to answer at next term of court. Ho is now in Fort Lesser nt Iiidgeway, nwaitiug his trial. St. Mary's Gatette. Wednesday afternoon, Mr. San ford, a well known resident of the vil lage of Plumcr, met ' with a terrible accident, which will probably cost him his life. Ha was engaged in chop ping wood near Prather's mill on Pit holo Creek, a short distance below Pit hole City, and had a tree nearly felled when suddenly a dead limb broke from the tree nnd came to the . ground, in its course downward striking him on the head, and badly fracturing the skull. lie was picked up in an insen sible condition and removed to his home in riumer. The wound was dressed by Dr. Mease of that village, who gives small hopes of the unfortu nate man's recovery. PU. Cen. Ree. Man must have occupation or be miserable. Toil is the price of sleep and appetite, of health and enjoyment. The very necessity which overcomes our natural sloth is a blessing. Tho world docs not contain a briar or a thorn which divine mercy could have spared. Wo are happier with the sterility, which we can overcome by in dustry, than we could have been with spontaneous plenty and unbounded profusion. The body and the mind are improved by tho toil that fatigues them. The toif is a thousand times rewarded by tho pleasure which it be stows. Its enjoyments are peculiar. No wealth can purchase them, no indolence can taste them. They flow only from exertions which they repay. Tho Titusville Hearld says that strangers stopping over night in Oil City are not allowed to take tho train next day, unless they make a solemn affidavit before the mayor that "Love'? block" is the handsomest building they ever saw. One chap from Rochester, who remarked that ho "thought perhaps 'Power's block' was a trifle larger, and also a little more expensive," was chucked into the lockup, while a for eigner said "the coliseum at Rome must have been more roomy when com plete," has been missing for three days. It is said that if a puff of air were to bo blown into a vein of an animal, death would instantaneously follow, because circulation would be stopped. The blood makes the entire circuit of the human body every seven niinutes, and whenever this circulation is impeded or any of its channels are cloggod by impurities which ought to bo carried off, disease follows fever or a disorder of liver or kidneys, or scrofula, or dyspepsia. To get at and remove the source of the difficulty use the old and infallible blood purifier, Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Bit ters. 28 4t AGENTS WANTED Bound canvass ing book SENT FREE! . ' ' of postage on receipt of T5 cents, and ex culstve territory granted on the- PICTORIL HOME BIBLE. Contain ovcrttoo illustration Is a com plete Library of Biblical Knowledge. Ex cells all others. In English and tierman. 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Pitholo City, 8.40 a m 1.40 p in Prathers Mill 8.4S " 1.48 Woods H.M " l.fitl ;"' Bennett . . 11.02 " 2.0'J " Oleopells o.lt) " 2,10 " An Extra Train lenves Pitholo City on Snturdays at 0.10 p. m. making close con nection at oleopolis with Trnins on the Oil Creek fc Allegheny River Railway forCor ry nnd Intermediate points. Return Train leaves Oleopolis nt 7.15 p. m., arriving at Pitholo Citv nt 7.51. A II other Trains make close connections nt Oleopolis with trains on tho Oil Creek ,fe Allegheny River Railway, North nnd South. Two Lines of Stages run daily lietwecn ritholo City, Miller Kami anil Pleasnnt vllle, makingconiicctiou wltharrlvingand departunr Trains. J. T. IILA1K, ill). BISHOP, Sup't. Ticket Agent, ritholo City, Pa. . I.. P. BROCKETT'S Popular history of the blood v FRANCO-GERMAN WAR ! Now containing a full account of the Fearful Reign of Terror in Paris. Is selling beyond all precedent. 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Repairing jlono in a workmanlike manner and warranted to give satia faction. 4-iy REYNOrDS.BROTMDTCO 1 Centre St., opposite Post Otllco, OIL CITY, PENN'A. DEALKKS IN FOREICN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, . DRESS GOODS, CARPETING, OIL CLOTHS. LOOTS & SHOES, HATS A CAPS, TRIMMINGS NOTION.-!, ETC., ETC. ' RIFLES, SHOT-GUNS REVOLV'S. Oun materials of ovorvTUind. Writo for Price List, to (ireat Western tiun Works Pittsburgh, Pa. Army guns nnd Revol vers bought or traded for. Agents wanted IWt WANTFIl AGENTS, even-where to t .V. !. canvass for our great DOD- I-iAU Paper. A tino f'-J.OOStoel EngravlnS given to every subscriber. Extraordinary inducements. Address B. B. RUSSELll Boston, Mass. ju.-lt GREAT CHANCE FOR AGENTS Do you want a situation as agont, local or traveling with chaueo to mako $5 to $-0 per dav selling our new 7 strand Whito U'lro Clothes EilcsT They last forever, saii-nls tree, so there Is no risk. Address at onco Hudson River Wire Works, cor. Water St., A Maiden Lane, N. y., or 10 Dearbwa St., Chicago, AGENTS WANTED! For tho Brillian Witty Book THE MIMIC WORLD, AND PUBLIC EXHIBITIONS. By Olive Logan. Please evervlwdyt will soli immensely ; is genial, Jauiity ijid Furo-toned! has titlo in 5 colors, and 9 llustrations. Nothing like it I IV-ivusb-Ing-Book a rare beauty. New World Publishing Co., 7th .V. Market Kts., Phila. 12-it NO r ICE. Whereas letters testamentary to the estate of II. F. A. Stlnglo, lute of Kingsley Township, doe'd, have been granted to the subscriber, all persons in debted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having chums or demands against the estate ot Hnili fleefvlnnt u-lll ,.,.La l.,n... nn.4 . sent the same' without deluy, duly autliva- FREU CK. LEDABOUR, Executor, 8-0t Kingsley Township, TIDIOUTE EMPORIUM. M. P. GETCHELL, Dealer im DRY GOODS V Xollous, Hoots & Nhocs, HATS & OAFS,, &c., &c, &c, COBXEli MAIX it DEPOT STX, . TIDIOUTE, PA. Has the largest and most Comjdete Stook now on hand, of any store in WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA. Having purchased my stock ainee the great decline in Gold, 1 can sell poods cheaper than any Dry Good House in tho Oil Region8. "Persons purchasing goods of nie will nave 25 per cent. M. p. GETCHELL. . Tidioutc, April 11, 1870. 4-6ra JOB WORK neatly executed at this office at reoHoualilu rates. Tto Republican Office T'EEPS constantly on hand a large m IV sortment of Blank Deeds, Mortgage. Nuhpieiias, Warrants, Summons, Aa. t be sold cheap for cash, if.