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W. R. DUNX ..... EDITOR,
WEDNESDAY I0R5IS0, SEPT. II, 1871. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Supreme Judge ISAAC G. GORDON, of Jefferson County. For State Treannrer R. W. MACKEY, f Allegheny County. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Assembly, F. E. ALLISON, (Subject to District Conference.) For Commissioner JAMES K.CLARK. For Auditor O. JAMIKSOX. For District Attorney (SAMUEL D, IRAVljr. For Coroaor MATTEL. For Jury Commitslonor WM. PATTERSON. The Assembly Question Again. W. R. Duns, Editor, Dear Sir: Sev eral weeks ago, I noticed an article in tho Forest Reih ulican, copied from the Oil City Derrick, in which the writer of the article fcdicted a "free fight" between the several candidates for Assembly, viz: Winaus, Williams and the Republican nominee. Since the announcement of Dr. Allisuu fur that position, some of ,.lie"unterrifiod" have become a little shakey, and it is now asserted that cither Wiuans or Williams must leave the course. If Dr. Winans conferees aro of the "weak kneed" Democracy, of course they will desert him at the rootst criti cal moment. Would this cot bo gay for the friends of Williams. But we think it would be rather humiliating for the friends of Winans. It has been alleged that the chairman of the Dem cratic county committee has matters "all fixed." We aro told that the frieoda of Dr. Wiuans, who gave him a fair and square nomination, are anx iously awaiting to learn the "fix." There may be arbitrary powers grant ed to chairmen, yet common courtesy Bhould be extended to the voters who supported the Dr. at the caucus, and placed hira on the ticket as ihtir fa vorite standard bearer. But "let 'era fight it out If it takes all summer." Com. ODD FF.l.I.OWSUir. The Grand Lodge of tho Uuitcd States met in the city of Baltimore, Sept. 15. The attendance, is numer ous, and representatives are present from every jurisdiction in the United States. The Past Grand Sires of Massachusetts, New York, California, the District of Columbia, and Past Grand Sire James B. Nicholson, of Pennsylvania are present. This is the Legislative Head of Odd Fellowship, and among the important questions that will be presented, some of which aro decided, are the llow iug; That of merging the encamp ment and Lodge Branches of the or der ; arranging the scala of benefits to correspond with the fees and dues paid in the subordinates ; changing the title of the supreme head of the older; changing the official terms iu subordinates from six mouths to one year, which was decided could not be done, and prescribing uniform Lodge regalia. The following statistics were sub mitted, showing the increase from 1871 to 1872: NuwUr nr LiaV , Auuu.1 Rc.cutw 1-T ,7- .'..-in bv.-t lucre. auuu.i HCIU'I lAUl.ttg.tl l',jUl,47.W ThBA (T mirn. a ma i it.. members of the order, and show its vast and increasing popularity with the masses. Odd Fellowship is an ipire whose dimiuion is not confined to Its i I... r - . i -J-... it. u a Immunol uiemucrs. vou doe bue cruw" these her thcmZ116- bu through o the .ubJuiS ? ' c?,lstont,y a,ld kind V,,, : ! uPP'nesa of man- -nitedGermanioEurS ,1::; -land-of the Pacific, and Aua.' I en, f' t J"t,ncJ U'e near future to J blew tho whole habitablo i'Milm. At the Re union of the Armv of the Cumberland at Pittsburgh, speech es were made by President Grant, Gens. Sherman, Sheridan, Hooker, McDowell, Baird aud Governor Hart' ranfl. It was an exceedingly brilliant affair. The oration of Durbiu Ward, Lebanon, Ohio, was a maslerpicco of soldierly scholarship and manly pat riotism, nis appeal for Amnesty elicited loud applause, and his noble suggestions for the Centennial deserves to be treasured by all true Americans. It is this: "On that natal irtoru let the South and the North sit down to gether on the old benches in Inde pendence Hall, and take the sacra ment of reconciliation. Let us of the Uniou armies invite our old secession foes to meet us at that ancient fune of freedom, and there iu the holy ground consecrated to brotherly love bury our dead strifes eternally out of sight." If the assemblies of civilians would evince the same spirit as theso "men of war," the millenium of politics would not be far distant. Clearfield was excited over a (6,000 Rue one day last week. The news from Maine has como ! The Republicaus have elected their Governor by a handsome nu jority. Another destructive fire in Chica go, bixty-tour homes burned, and a total loss of $300,000, on the 17th ult. One in Philadelphia the sarao day and a loss of about $70,000. It is reported that Jay Cooke & Co. have suspended. There is no doubt about the suspension but it is only temporary, and all deposits will be mado good. Their London firm of Cooke, McCul lough & Co. is not affected. A WORD TO WORKING FEOrLE OF both sexes. Mechanics, artisans. factory hands, and people who labor for a living, find it very difficult if not impossible to keep the hands free from stain. Hand Sanolio will not oulv remove every particle of stain, and what is called "grained in dirt," but it will also keep the skin soft and plia ble, rendering the muscular action as quick and easy as the caso with those who do not perform baud labor. It is only 10 and 15 cents a cake, accord ing to size. Every mechanic should use it constantly iu place of all other soaps. Make money fnst aud honorably. $12.50 per day, or $75 per week, by at ouce apply for a territorial right, (which are given free to agents,) to sell the best, strongest, must useful, and rapid selling bewmg Machine, and Patent Button Hole Worker, ever used or recommended by families, or buy one for your own use ; it is only $5. Scut free everywhere by express. Ad dress for particulars Jerome B. Hud son & Co., Cor. Greenwich & Cort laudt Sts., N. Y. 256ai To the Citizens of Pennsylva nia. Your attention is specially in vited to the fact that the National Banks are now prepared to receive subscriptions to the Capital Stock of the Centennial Board of Finance. The funds realized from this source are to be employed in the erection of the buildings for the International Exhi bition, and the expenses connected with the same. It is confidently be lieved that the Keystone State will be represented by tho name of every citi zen alive to patriotic commemoration of the one hundredth birth-duy of the nation. The shares of stock are offer ed for $10 each, and subscribers will receive a handsomely steel engraved Certificate of Stock, suitable for fram ing and preservation as a national memorial. - Interest at the rate of six per cent, per auuum will be paid on all pay ments of Centenial Stock from date of payment to Jauuary 1, 187G. Subscribers who are not near a Na tional Bank can remit a check or post office order to the undersigned. Freuk. Frai.ey, Treasurer, tf 904 Walnut St., Phila. PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. Water Street, OVER HILBKONNEIt A CO.'s STORE, Tionesta, Pa., H. CARPENTER, . . . Proprietor. Pictures taken in all the lutest Ktvles the art. :flj-tf Frank ItobbiiiM, PHOTOGRAPHER, (SVCI'KS.SOU TO HEMIMO.) Pictures in every stvloof the art. Views of the oil regiims fursuloor lukeu to or uur. CESTHU STREET, neurit, It. crossing. t VP A i"4 THE BEE HIVE STORE! MY MOTTO: "FUR DEALING AND JlSTlfE TO ALL." HAVING purchased tlio storo houso and business of risoii:n & keck, 1 am now opening a ficsh stock of FALL and WINTER GOODS. Consisting iu part of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SIIOKH, GHocrcniKs, iiakd- WARK.QUEKXS WAREKte. ;in, TA-BLR AND FLOOR . OIL CLOTHS. AND CARPETS, Which I will sell at extremely low prices. LIDIFV IHtZJt UOOIM, I have in such varieties and quantities that cannot fail to please tho most tiistkliou. ALSO, n.vrs, HOODS, Numics RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS, .to. of almost all kinds, colors and Btyle. READY-MADE CLOTHING, for Men, Boys and Youths. In fact evorything usually kept in coun try stores. 1 cordially invite all my old customers to jfive nio a cull in my new Ktore, and I will tiy and satUfy them that I will sell thein goods as cheap, if not cheaper than they can bo purchased olsowhero. I would also extend an invitation to all who come hero to trado, to give nie a call and exam ine my goods and prices. 25-ly M. EINSTEIN. INSTITUTE FOR BOYS ! At West Chester, Pa. A beautiful and elevated situation, 22 miles west of Phila delphia. Spacious Pliiy-nrounds, with Gymnasium. Students prepared for L'ol lo)io, Polytechnic School or Jtluslncs. Special provision made lor very youy boys. Many students remain, as boarders, during Summer vacation. Session begins Sept. 10. Address ROBERT M. M'CLB- TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE! YOUNG M KX AND LADIES qualified for practical Ofiorators, at tho Btitl'alo Tploptraph Institute and City Line Tole prajih. Every araduute recures a position. The larirest and most complete in Ameri ca. Address, fur Circular and Catalogue, P. L. BRYANT, Superintendent, Butlalo, N. Y. l ' w r v-j , Agents Wanted. MKNO FOR CATALOG UK. DOMESTIC S. M. CO., NEW YORK. PSYCIIOMANCY, OR SOUL CHARM ING. How oither sex may fascinate and gain the lovo and affections of uuy person they choose, instaiitl y. This situpl'o mental acquiroinont all cuu" possess, lice, by mail, for 25 cents; together with a Mur rittKO Guide, Ej'ption Oracle, Dreams, Hints to Ladies. A queer book. 100,001) sold. Address T. WILLIAM CO., Publishers, l'iiiladclphia. MfJfJCY Mado Rapidly with Stencil A IllUtl L I Key Check Outfits. Catalogues and full particulars KHEE. S, M. Spencer, 117 Hanover St., Boston, Kenwood BB0H15oys Present strong attractions to parents und guardians. A ple:i.-aut home ; thorough instruotion t healthful disc iplino ; excel lent library; now opiiarutus. Send fur Catalogue. Liberal discmnt to Clorgvinen. CHARLES JACOBUS, A. M., I'iin., 15-2nt. New Brighton, Penn. QlTr? A TIQ' WohavniustlsHiicd 11 VA. U OO Waltzes iii Two Vol umes, price $1 each in boards, f5 eacli.iu cloth. The two volumes contain over forty beautiful Waltzes, worth at. Irast f2i iii sheet form. 17 A V"l?lTlc 1,1 or" deringtr'nil. xA. Wlii L 12j t h u r lealers ho particular to ask for Peti.ks' Edition ok Sthai ts' Wai.tjsks, as it is the only correct and complete edition. Ad diess J.L.PETElt.S f A T flUlCi Musio Publisher, VV iLt 1 illiO. M Broadway, New York. Nov. 1'J. J. B. LONG, M ANUFACTUREU of and Dealer in HARNESS, SADDLES, WHIPS, ROBES, CURHY COMBS, BRUSHES, HOKSE CLOTHING, and everything in tho line. In Bunncr .V. AHiiuu h Block, adjoining Drin; Store. 7 WYOMING SEMINARY AN1 C OJIIi:iU'IAI. C'OM.I'.,I, One of tho largest. Boarding Schools for both sexes In tho United Ktittos. Six courses ef study. Military tactics, Com mercial College 'Course anil Telegraphing. Terms low. Kail term pen September 8d. Send for a Cataloguo to Rev. 1). COPU LAS I. A. M., or L. L. SPHAGUE, Kingston, Pa. coITegiaie an5 cowmerciau STITUTE, Sew IlavenConn. Proparalorv to college or business. Circulars sent on application. WM. II. RUSSELL, Principal. Columbia Classicaf Institute. A Hoarding School for Young Men and Boys. For Circulars, address Rev. U.S. Aloxandur, Columbia, Pa. AGENTS WANTED fortius NKW BOOK EPIDEMIC CCNTAGOUS DISEASES with tho newest aud best treatment for all cases. Tho onlp thorough work of the kind in tho world. Embraces Sniall-l'ox, Yellow l'evcr, Cholera and all analogous diseases. No Family Sale Without It, and all buy it. Has il chromatic illustrations. Tho biggest chance of the sesson for agents. Address H. s. GOODSPEKU A CO., 7 Park Row, Sew York. lo-4t Writ for iMf i.ut to i. ix. 4onwTo?r, m.Smitbatia 8t, Pittobnifb, I.' i Breech-Loading Shot Guns, flO to $300. Double Shot Guns, !."(. Single Gun, $:1 to?J0. Killes. $4 to ?.. Revel vers. 5 to S-o. Pistols, fl tofs. Gnu Material, Fish ing Tackle, Ac. Lurirc discounts to dealers or clubs. Anny Guns, Rovolvors, Oct., bought or traded' for. Goods sont by ex press C. O. D. to bo examined before, paid for. A FORTUNE How? By SMculatliig XV. in stocks and gold. Capital, (10 to flOO: Wiil liav SlIH) to SI. (HID a nionlh. Foil explanation sent free. W. F. Hubboll A o., iiauKcrs ana. itroKers, oj wan ftt., New York. Box i!S2. 25 Money Hado Past ' il ,UUU By nil who will work lis. If upon writing you do not lindusall square, will give you nun dollar for your trouhle. Send stamp for circulars tob. II. Buckley A Co., Tekon-dm. Mich. R Tfl f)n P'rditv! Agents wanted 1 4J I U 4U All ehvi.',es of working people, of either sex, young or old, muko nme money at work ior us in their spare moments or all tho time than at anvthing else. Particulars tree. Address G. Stinson A Co., Portland, Maine. 15 -It THE LA CE0IX If EOALlngPENSASY KHrAUI.I.SllKD IX 1!7. Is tho oldest and most suiH-essful institu tion in this country for tho treatment of Clnonio und Sexual Diseases. For tonus of treatment, call, or address bv mail.with statement of ease, S. II. JIL'NSDON, lj-lt ai Maiden Lano, Albany, N. Y. GRANDEST SCIlEflS EVER K0WNI Fcurth Grand Gift ConCert i on Til K HEMKKIT Of 111 K PUBLIC LI3RARyKEN7UCKY IS.UOt) CASH lilFTM l,500,O00 Every Fiftli Ticket Draws a Gift 8250,000 VoU 850. Tho Fourth Grand Gift Concert author ized by special act of tho Legislature for the benefit of tho Public Llhrary of Ken tucky, will take place in I'uhli'o Library Hall, ut Louisville, Ky., WEDNESDAY, DEC, 3, 1873. Only sixty thousand tickets will bo sold and one-half of these uro intended for the European market, thus leaving only 50, 000 for salo in tho U. S.,vhere? 100.000 were sold for tho Third Concert, Tho ticlc eU are divided into ten coubons or parts and have on thoir back tho Scheme with a full explanation of tho mo. Is of druwing. At tiiis concert, which will bo the grand est musical display ever witnessed in this couutry, tho unprecedented sum of $1,500,000, divided Into 12,000 cash Rifts, will bo dis tributed by lot among tho ticket-holders. Tho numbers f tho tickets to bo drawn from ono wheel by blind children and tho gifts from unother. LIST OF GIFTS: Ono grand cash gift $2V),000 One grand cash gilt 100,000 One grand cash gift 0,000 One grand cah gift 2."i,000 One grand crsh gift 17,o00 10 Cash gi its 10,000 each 100,000 20 Cosh gifts fl.OoU each l.:0,000 eO Cash gilts 1,000 each oO.OOO 80 Cush gifts 600 each 40,uOO 100 Cash gifts 400 each 40,0c0 1"0 Cash gifts 3'K) O'icli 4,",(HNJ !!50 Cash gifts UtWeaeh fo,000 02 ) Cush gifts 100o:ch .Ti.MMJ ll.ooo Cash gii's OOcauh 550,ooo TOTAL, l'2,cm GIFT!-, h11 cash, umouiituig to fl.oiKi.ooo Tho distribution will bo posiii ve. wheth er all the tickets aro sold or not, and tho 12,000 gifts all paid in proportion to tho tickets sold all unsold tickets heing do st roved, as ut the First and Second Concerts, und not represented iu tho drawing. PRICEOFTICKETS: Wholo tickets $"0: Halves ?2.1 ; Tenths, or cue!) Coupon, ; Eleven Whole Tick ets for (COO; Tickets for 81,000 J 113 Wholo Tickets for $.",IW0; 2J7 Whole Tick ets for $10,000. So discounts on less thun f00 worth of Tickots ut a time. Tlio unparalleled success of the Third Gift Concert, as well us tho satisfaction given by tho First and Second, makes it only neces sary to announce tiio Frouth to Injure tho prompt salo of every Ticket. Tho Fourth Gift Concei t will bo conducted in all its details like the Third, and lull particulars may ho learned fn.ni circulars, which will ho bent free from this oliico to all who ap ply for them. Tickets now ready for salo, and all orders accompanied by the money promptly till ed. Liberal terms given to tlioso ho buy to sell again. TIIOS. E. 1IRAMLETTE, Agent Public Library Ky., Manager Gift Concert, Public Library Building, Lou isville, Ky. ff,Ai ASTHMA or l'HTH I SIC, I ex- - Tjf V. Mocriioclitcd l.ivr-lr l.v ...mi. '.iy:' .. .... pouniling roots and liens, aiu; inhaling the Medicine thin ch ained, 1 lortunatelv disooseiod u inot wood i ful ready and sure ciir- for Asthma and its kindred discuses. War ranted to relievo the severest paroxysm in stantly, so I lie patient can lie down to sleep comfortably. One trial Package Bunt bv mail free of charge.. Address 1. Laiicll, Apple Cie(, Wiivne Co., o. It. : uil JOB, WORK do:o: at the 'REPUBLICAN" OFFICE At he lotval ciwh yricet, neaUu, prompt ly, awl in style eqwil in that of any other ctfublinhmcnt in the Ifittrirt. -:o; BUSINESS CARDS, SHOW OAK I., VISITING CAUL., SCHOOL CARDS EDM N G CARDS, PROGRAMMES, INVITATIONS, BALL TICKETS, ADMISSION TICKETS, JIOXTSIIY rSTATIIK.T, ENVELOPES BILL HEADS, LETTER IIEAD3, MOTE HEADS, CIRCULARS, BLANKS, POSTERS DODGERS, HANDBILLS, LABELS, SHII'l'ING TAGS, Ac. 13,000,000 Aonust ' Choap Farms I Toe eh ijiod I. in 1 in maikot fbrsa'o by UKIO'i FACiTiC r.AiLRQ.Ul C07.P'ilY In tiio iii oil 1'lntto Valley. 3,CC0, 00 Acr-n In Ct.nlrnl Nobraika. Now mr ale tit Irai-ts of forty n -re and npwiir I on live :;lid I in yparV credit. o advnnec i;':riv-t rripiiie,!. M i'.d u-nl heiilthfol climate, fertile fill, nil lj:ind:in.-c i good water. I HE I'.K.ST M ARKET1N T ! I K V EST! Tito i, rust mining regions of Wvomimr, i ' Oofaii i, 1 'lull and Nevada hi in supplied 'by trie .armer.sfftii.t litte Valley. So;i!i;rj C!:ti.!'.;l to a HonwleaJ of 190 Ac re 3. TEE BEST LOCATION TOR 00LCNIE8. l'KKE HOMES FOlt A LI. I Million, of Acres of choice ( Jovonrmcnl Lands oxn for i ntrv under the Homestead Law, near this Great Uailroinl, with all tlio convn-ieins-s ol an ol I .settled eountrv. I'r.io passes to purchasers of ltailrosd L"ik!m. Sectional Maps showing lite I.ntid, ulto new edition of lis 'i lplive Pamphlet with, . new Maps mailed tree overvw hero, AiHrcsi . F.' HA Vis, Land Cnmmiv loner I', P. H. It. cO-lt (lin-ih. Neb. L. Ij. RiclnaoiKl & Co. JEWELERS, Invite the attention of : tho public t their im incne st ck of go hN, consihtin of La"i! Ciuto S'., Coral Stta, Jot 3t Op'r ClirJnt, LfoutlnoCiAini, KecLUop?, In QjUaod Jet, LacksU, Chuialtrsioclcti, Band Bracclett, Amcrioaa ud Boy Watchm, Amrrionii und French Clo.jk, ul all the Latiat Dtiigm in SO 1. II) SI L V ER AM) PLATE 1) W A WE, Together with 6ue orl- Bent of FRENCH GOODS. i Call nn. t camiiie our I Goods and Pi kes be fore purchasing. Wo guarantee our prices as for the same cjuullly of fronds elsewhere. L. L, Richmond & Co., Museum Building-, THE VERY DEST PUH By which you c:i obtain l.lfii Insurance is tho Low Preuiiuni.AU Ca.ih, Stock pln. It fuinifheK tho lurest amount of Insur ance for a ;;lven sum of money. Tho con tract Is plain and del! nite, without compli cation, mystery, or uncertainty. The pel- lev Is always worth its face, tho premium never increases. It isthouiont satis'actory and p'jnn nnical pluii for the ttimuant. Tub Tiiavki.kiis Insi'rancu Compact, of Ha: tford. Conn., grants Llfu lnsiiianc upon this excellent plan. It aocurity In uiniucstii.ned. Ajiplr to uny Agent, or send for a Circular. 13 41 llcl'ore you start on a journey, buy an Ac- cidciit Insurance Ticket of the Kailway Passengers Assurance Co., of Hurtford, Conn. Tickets fur nileut railway statiuii. Ask for uii Iiisuranco Ticket. GROCERY AMD PROVISION STORE Ar TI 0 XKS T A . GEO. W. BOVARD & CO. nAVl" just brought on a coiup1t ainl cam fully teleetad utnik of FLOUR, GROCERIES. PROVISIONS, and rvtirylhiiiK necessary t" tin coniplflld stock ofa lirst-ctass ' iroeery House, which they huvo opened out nt their establish iiiuot oh I'.lut St., lirst door north of M. I:. Church. ti:as, COKFKKS, Kl'tJAP.M, SVJIUPS. I JU'lTS, SPICKS, H AMS, LA P.!', a sd vno rsoA v ur all kjsdi, it tho lowest cnh prices, rhxids wanant ed to hoof the best iptality. Cull und ti umine, ami wo holico we can suit von. iKi. W. llUVAHDACU. Jan. It, "7i. QONFECTIONARIEg Ati NKW, at tho Post Office, has 1 opened out a choice lot of GROCERIES, coxi'i:crwxAi:ii:s, CAXXLDFJU'ITS, 'I Oil A CCDS, CI 0 A IIS, AX1 NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS. A portion of the p:itrona;,'0 of tlio pnblio . is I'cspfctiiu V soiieaeil. 11-tf L. AONKW. I Tla R?jublican Office j T'EKPS const::nlly on bund a huno as- sortnit :.i i t Jlliink Deeds, MorU;a),'es, I Siihptenus, Warrants, Sitnnnons, Ac. to bo s.ih1 ' heap for cash. if, ' lOfliscitlUK for the l'orc:.l lb-publican O It will pay.