!lt founts gjnTucate.
Ht.NttY A. Parsons, Jr., - Editor.
THURSDAY, JUKE 29, 1871.
HEPUBLICA1T STATE TICKET.
-- Auditor General:
DAVID STANTON, of Beaver Co.
IlOBERT B. BE AT II, of Schuylkill.
0THBEEPU35LICAJT3 OP ELE
It is requested that you hold your
primary meetings, at your places of
elections, SATURDAY, JULY
8th, at 5 o'clock p. in., to choose
delegates to meet in County Convention
at the Court House in Ridgway, on
MONDAY JULY 10th at 2 o'clock,
W. 8. HAMBLEN,
Chairman County Committee,
Seventeen Democratic journals in
Ohio refuse to tale the new departure
pointed out to them by the late Demo
The Memphis Appeal dedicates
"Put me in my little bed" to tho "new
departurists." It is quite evident, how
ever, from tho feeling of a majority of
Democrats' toward the "departurists,"
the parody "I'll knock you on your lit
tle head," would be much more appro
priate In the Columbus Sun of the 21st
inst. tho Hon. A H. Stephens contro--verts
the New York World and the
new departure. Says Mr. Stephens:
"If any Democrat has changed his
opinion and come to the conclusion that
the Radical policy was right, then it is
not dishonorable for him to say so; but
Avheu he does it, the only honorable
nur.se far him to nursue afterwards is
to go and join that party."
The new departure of somo of the
Democrats reminds the Newark tourier
of a little story of an apparently incor
rigible old furmer, who publicly declared
that he had at last "experienced re
ligion." His rniun-ter shortly after
asked ono of his neighbors if he saw
any difference in the man, and the re
ply was: "Oh, yes, a great difference.
Before, when he went out to chop in
the woods on Sundays, he carried his
ax on his shoulder, but now he hides it
under bis coat.
It is stated in a New York paper that
the Ingcrsalls, faiuoiu buildeis of row
boats, intend to present President Grant
with a neat little affair as a specimen ol
their handiwork. It is to bear the name
of the Swan; is ten feet long by three
feet eleven inches in width. There aie
nicklo-p'ated row-locks, and oars worked
upon a new patent. In this charming
little arrangement the President will
take lessons at Long Branch in rowing.
So says the paper from which we quote;
but wo cannot help suspecting that the
suggestion ot the present originated
with Greeley, and is intended as a polite
hint that Salt River is still navigable.
It is announced, says the Chicago
Voist, that a small black worm has niado
its appearance at Fort Dodge, Iowa,
which makes a special diet on the larvae
of the potato bug. It is regarded as a
nigo of promise, if the worms will only
multiply in proportion to the bug, and
if they do, and effect a thorough exter
mination, the next question will be,
what is to eat ud the worm? Nature
sometimes makes curious provisions
mid perhaps that is ono of them. The
farming community are' ready to give
up tbo bug and take any reasonable
vhanna nn a new ne9t. especially one
that will not regard the potato vine as
lin most toothsome of vegetation. Pass
along the worms!
The Fulton Republican says: "The
editor of the Valley Spirit, who laved
so fearfully in the court house in M o
Connellsburg last fall, and who declared
that, when the Democrats got into
Bower, they would abolish the Four
teenth and Ffteenth Amendments, last
week took it all back, and swallowed
the negro wool, smell, Booial equality
Dohtical equality, big heels, flat noses,
nnd all at one gulp, and declared that
he felt better than he ever did in hia
life before. But he beseechingly asks
lis Democratic friends not to refer to it
again, as it creates a nauseous feeling on
TTeavens! what a bitter
IH S7 UV U4MVU1
iWinn had to awallow, who
were ao much afraid of social equality.
. They make wry facos, but come cobly
up to the work." '
Gold cloned in New York on Mon
There have been fresh disooveries of
gold and silver in Arizona.
Miss Sue Robinson, the actress, died
in San Francisco on the 17tli,
The grass crop of Connecticut prom
ises to yield a good per ceotage ot bay.
Cordon, 111., shipped 11,242 bushels
of strawberries this season.
The University ot Kentucky have
bought Harry Clay's famous homestead,
Ashland, for $00,000.
The parties who arrested Ruloff are
quarreling over the reward and it has
gone to the courts to be decided.
The largest railroad depot in tho
world to be is at St. Louis, at a cost of
A bloodthirsty citizen of Richmond
has written a novel, and threatens to
kill the Richmond editor who refuses to
publish it gratis.
Westfield, Mass , mado 144,000 ratan
and 75,000 whalebbone whips in May,
and whips all creation in this manufac
ture. The planting of rice in Louisiana has
fallen off. so that a crop of 80,000, or
10,000,000 pounds, is considered an
The capitul invested in boats on the
Mississippi river, and in tho cargoos they
are constantly carrying, is estimated at
The Indiana Legislature offered a
bounty for dog-skius, to stop sheep kill
ing. Now the fanners find dog-raising
pays better than sheep culiure.
North Carolina sends only 2,000 bags
ot peanuts this season, against 20,0U0
ast vcar. and lears ot a tumine 'in tins
delicious esculent are soicly felt.
Piscataquis, Me., has not less than
ten slate quarries, from some ot which
nro obtained forty tons of slate per
week, worth not less than $1,000,000.
A portion ot Clinton Mountain, in
Arkansas, including about one hundred
acres, has 6unk, carrying trees entirely
outot sight, and the space is continually
The Texas Pacific Railway is to be
1,515 miles in length. For 250 miles
the road will be an air line; and in a
stretch of 815 miles there will be but
During a thunder and hail storm at
Rockford, Ccosa county, Ala., a dog
was killed by a flash of lightning while
beius fed bv a child. The child was
The stone pier for the kast river
bridge has reached the height of twenty
feet above the foundation. Eighty
workmen are employed, and the num
ber will be increased to 200,
From five to seven hundred emigrants
leave California for Oregon by every
steamship. They are tempted by cheap
land and reports ot great productive
ness aud hopes of finding gold.
The country at and near the eastern
end of tho IJoosic tunnel is coming into
notice us a place of su:umer resort for
s'jch as desire a quiet, rather than a
lashionable country life duiiug the hot
Sinner county, Kansas, had not a
single inhabitant in the summer of 1870.
It now has a population of 3,000. It
has one paper, tho Oxford 2Yme, de
voted to the interests of the county, and
it is one column larger than any paper
in the Southwest. This county is on
the Osage Diminished Reserve. J
Tho penitentiary bill, which has pass
ed the Illinois Lesn&luture, provides for
a continuance of the present system of
management, the appropriation of 8330,
000 for the payment of outstanding in
debtedness, aud S3o0,0UO to meet lu-
ture expenses. The bill passca by a
strict party vote; the Radical majority
sustaining, and the Dcmocratto minority
The locusts are making night hideous
n the vicinity of Mquaoketa and Iowa
City. The forests are full ot them,
and their numbers are daily increasing,
while, of course, their ravages upon the
foliaxo of the trees and bushes is tear
ful. It is said their constaut noise is so
great that the farmeis of the localities
where they most abound cannot hear
the tow-bells ot their cattle grazing
among the timber.
One of the best managed "effects"
during the Pope's jubilee was produced
in Cuarlestowu, boutu Carolina, at tne
close ol an address delivered by torch-
ht in tbe cathedral by the lion. 31
P. O'Counor. Almost the last words
uttered by the speaker were "There is
still within us that mystic want of the
snnl Faith." Immediately there
flashed out from tho walls of the ruined
cathedral, like a visiou,a colossal figure
of Faith a female in brilliant robes of
white, having her hands clasped and
her soft eyes raised and fixed intently
upon a large white cross planted upon a
rock! The effect upon the dense crowd
of human beings which gathered around
the vision was electric
A report of the last meeting of the
Nauvoo grape and wine-growers' club
gives some interesting statistics of the
grape and wine crop iu Hancock county,
Illinois. The amount of wine manu
factured in Nauvoo in 18G8 amounted
to 73,550 gallons, chiefly Catawba. The
crop of that year, however, was moder
ate, many vines not bting in bearing.
In 1870 Nauvoo alone, it is estimated,
made 150,000 gallons, while outsido the
limits the crop was estimated at 25,
000 gallons. Dallas, Hamilton and
Warsaw, the other wine-growing neigh
borhoods, produced about 60,000 gal
lons more, making a total of 235,000
gallons. The vines wintered well last
winter, and the prospects are favorable
to a good ciop this year, with aa in
creaa id yield.
In Chicago tbe Sunday liquor law
excitement continues. Tho Germans
contend stoutly for the Sabbatical lager.
A Detroit man is trying to invent a
self-adjusting door-boll with six-shooter
attachment, for tho benefit of peddlers.
Mrs. Anna Tlaco, of Portland, Me.,
has lived to the ao of 102 years. She
is the widow of n revolutionary soldier
who enlisted in Lee, New Hampshire,
and served throughout the war, and she
cow receives a pension from the govern
ment. Sho still retains lior mental and
physieial faculties to a remarkablo degree-
Louisville can boast of confidence
operators only eight years old. A young
gentleman ol six who had invested in a
puckage of. prize candy and drawn a
pair of Attleboro sleeve buttons was
swindled out of his jewelry by an
urchin two years older, who offered bim
a fabulons price for his prize, and per
suaded him to hold a bundle of waste
paper for sccuriiy while he went around
the comer to get the money.
A mulatto woman called Madam
Angelo has just walked 1,000 miles in
England, in as many consecutive hours,
being the third person known who has
achieved this feat.
London, June 20. A dispatch to the
daily News states that the report of the
attempted assassination of the Pope has
not been confirmed. And that it is
probable that the report was spread fur
some political purpose.
POWELL & KIME.
Having erected a largo and well arranged
new Store House on the old she, since tbe
fire, and filled it from cellar 16 garret With
the choicest coods of nil descriptions, that
can be found in any market, are fully pre
pared to reccivethelr old customers, and
supply their wants at bottom figures
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Their assortment is now complete, com
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DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS,
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SPECIE PAYMENT I
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Crawford Cnmty System.
The system of making nominations
by a direct vote of tho people, is tho
fairest and most honorable which could
be adopted, because it represents the
truo idea of Republicanism and self
government, and because, also the del
egate system is corrupt, debased by
bud men, and without a single feature
to commend it to tho public confidence.
But whenever dishonest politicians hold
counties in their control, by tho forco
ot the delegate system, they havo boon
loud in declaring tbo tjrawtord county
system of making nominations by a
direct vote of the people, a failure, and
that the Republicans ot Crawford
county, whero the system originated,
aro disgusted with its operations. This
plea has been tried a hundred times in
this county when an effort has been
made to introduce the same system here.
Of course there is no truth in the alle
gation, as is shown in a recent election
for the purpose of testing in Crawford
county whether the mass of tho Repub
lican party are willing to confess they
are not fit to judge who shall be their pQRK, FLOUR, SALT,
nnnHnl'irnQ fnr nlhnint nnsitinn. At the "
election referred to, the vote was, for
repeal 84; against repeal in favor of
the system, 2,227. This may be con
sidered an overwhelming majority in
favor of the system in the county which
has used it the longest, having origi
nated it. The advocates of the propo
sition to introduce this system in Dau
phin county have now nn argument
which its opponents cannot answer. Let
these facts be well known to tho next
Republican county convention. State
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SUMMER TIME TABLE.
the trains on the Philadelphia, &
Erie Railroad will run as follows :
Mail Train leaves Philadelphia. 7.10 p. m.
' " " Ridgway 10.():J a. m.
arrive at Krie 3.30 p. m.
Erie Exp leaves Philadelphia... 12. 30 p. m
' " " Ridgway 2.20 o. m.
" " arrive at Erie -7.40 a. iu.
Aeoomodation, leaves Renova, ...7.15 a. iu.
Ridgway,..5.49 p. m.
" nrr at Kuue 8.00 p. in.
.Mill Train leaves Erie 11.30 a. m.
" " " Ridgway....- 4.52 p. m.
" " arrive at Phil id'a... 7.30 it. m.
Erie Express loaves Enc '.1.00 p. iu.
" " " I'idgway... 2,20 a. m.
" " an-at Philadelphia.. 5 50 p. ni.
Accomodation, leaves Kane 5.00 a. m.
" Ridgway... 7.25 a. in.
arr at St. Marys 8.30 am.
" leaves St . Marys 10.30 a m.
" arr at Reno vo (1.40 p. 111.
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Mail West with west bound trains on I
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Warren Accommodation east and west
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Erie Accommodation East at Corry an 1
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Elmirii Mail nnd Buffalo Express mako
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R W trains north and south.
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WM. A. BALDWIN.
NEW TIM5 TABLE.
Commencing June 5lb. 1871.
ALLEGHENY VALLEY JL R.
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Arrives nt Pittsburgh 6 40 a m
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Arrives at Pittsburgh (iUOpu
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Arrives ut Oil City at 8 05 p in
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Aarrives at Oil City 7 45 p m
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WASSEOOUS, No. 723 Arch St., Pfclla. (g JIH JMB llli
lloa received tne irue .ueuui 01 iue
World's Great Exhibition, Loudon, Eng.
The highest Prizes awarded when and
wherever exhibited. ESTABLISHED
LS2J . vluOSia. Ridgway, ft-, March 2d, I'71 .
J II. WILBER,
Main St. (Holes' New Building), Ridg-
E. li II. T. ANTHONY & CO..
591 Broadwav. New York,
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel,
Importers and Manufacturers of
NEW LIVERY STABLE
DAN SCR1BNER WISHES.TO IN-
form tbe Cittzens of Ridjjway, and the
publio gccerally, that he has started Liv
ery St abb) and will keep
GOOD STOCK, GOOD CARRIAGES
and Buggies, to let upon the moat reasona
BQs-He will also do job teaming.
Stable in the Brooks Barn, near the
PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
An Independent Evening Journal. Served
by Carrier at Ten Cents per wees
Ask your newsdealer for it.
THE GLOBE, as the only I.dkpbndknc
afUrnooa journal, reaouing a popula
tion in New York and vioinity of
over Taaia Millions, is rap.
idly gaining the position
of the great leading
of the Metropolis.
AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM. WITH
ITS LOW RATES, IT IS UNSUR
TERMS OF THE GLOBE.
By Mail, One Month, 6O0.; Three
Months, $1 50; Six Months, $3; One
Per line, nonpariel measurement Ordi,
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Latest Periodicals and Newspapers kept
constantly on hand. Also dealer in Fresh
Fish, Oysters. Tobaceo, and Confectionary,
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PostOffioe, oa MU' street. All orders left nary, iuo.; opecm. """. "uK
at the Post Office will meet prompt atten
tion. THE GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY.
Aug 20 1870, tf. I Printing House Square, New York.
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