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W. R. DUNN EDITOR. WEDNESDAY MORSISO, OCT. 1. 1871. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Supreme Judge ISAAC U. GORDON, of Jefferson County. For State Treasurer R. W. MACKEY, of Allegheny County. REPUBLICAN COUNTY OKET. For Assembly, F. E. ALLISON, For Commissioner JAMES K. CLARK. For Auditor O. JAMIESON. For District Attorney SAMUEL D. IRWIN. For Coroner M. ITTEL. For Jury Commissioner WM. PATTERSON. ARE YOU REGISTERED? If not, attend to this at once, and urge your neighbor to tee thai hi name is properly Registered. 'All names must be properly Registered at least ten days before election day. Kmc, just after reading this, is a good time to go and attend to this duty. Oo and look at the Registry Saturday, October 4, and if your name is not al ready there, see that it is put there at once, for that is the last day for a Legal Registry. DISTRICT CONTENTION. The Representative Delegates from Clarion and Forest counties met at Tvlersbure on Monday last. The del egates from this county were J. B, Agnew, Jas. Green and Hon. A.Cook The Clarion delegates were Chas. Mc Laughlin. J. J. Frazier and Dr. J. Frank Ross. Uq motion Jas. Ureen, i,sq., was elected President, and Chas. McLaugh lin and J. B. Agnew Secretaries. F. E. Allison was unanimously nominated Republican candidate for Assembly. ' Ou motion adjourned. . ct . . r U"' Secretaries, is more than could have reasonably been expected from this source. It is barely possible that there are more Democrats in this county of Mr. Big gins' way of thinking, but we believe they could be counted on one's fingers, and they are surely of the material that martyrs are made of. Meanwhile let things work. If we cannot put in a Republican Representative, wo are very much iu hopes that llliams will be put where he belongs, and a do- cent and fair-minded Democrat sent in bis place. Speaking of Judge Gordon, the Germantown Telegraph says : "Judge Gordon, the nominee of tha Republi can party of Feunpylvania, for a seat on the bench of the Supreme Court, as he daily becomes more. familiarly known to the people, is in the same ratio becoming more popular. That the choice of the Convention was a wise and judicious one, is acknowl edged on all hands. His character and qualification are not simply ad mitted facts in the ordinary sense of partisan paragraphs, but they are of such a standing as will satisfy the most fastidious of our lawyers thai he will prove upon the bench, at least, the peer of any one seated there. We do not depend upon ourselves for this personal statement, but upon the per soual knowledge of those who have authority to speak." The Court of Appeals in Brook lyn, lias just decided iu the case of Homan vs. Garla, that if a young mau kisses a spinster, she is either en titled to his hand in matrimony, or damages : which in this case were awarded at (15,000. It has been eng. gested that the tollows "vat court iu the passage" wear nose-bags, and blind bridles hereafter, aud be very careful how they "shine their eye." And now let all old bachelors beware how "they indulge iu this nocturnal amusement. The results may prove disastrous, if not to their affections, at least to their pockets. Wilkie Collins, the great Eng lish Novelist arrived in New York on Saturday last, and was entertained by the "Lotus Club." . 'He will lecture in the United States for a month or six weeks. The colored address label on each paper shows the date to which the sub scriber has paid, thus Thos Turner If 74, signifies that Mr. Turner has paid for his paper until March 1st, 1874 The mail list is corrected weekly. By con sulting the address label every subscri ber can tell how his account stands. Our accounts go back -no further than the 1st of January, '73, the ac counts previous to that time being payabU to the old firm, ' The old cub scription book is yet in our hands, aud our receipts will be recognized by the old firm. tf. Those beautiful lots just north of Mrs. Henry's residunco can be bought cheap, on long time, by applying to the editor of this paper. tf. N. E. Stevens, the enterprising boot and shoe dealer, of Tidioute, do sires us to say that he will .sell boots and shoes to poor people at cost, dur ing this full and the coming winter. He means just what he says. 23 tf The Queen Clothes Wringer. Best out, at Robinson k Bonner s. THE BEE HIVE STORE! WYOMING SEMINARY AND One of the largest Boardinir Schools for I notn sex ps in inn united mates, mx. courses of study. Military tactics, Com mercial College' Course anil Telegraphing. Terms low. Full term opens September Sd. Send for a Catalogue to He v. 1). COPE- LAN' l, A. M., or L. 1 ISl'KAUUB, Kingston, Pa. COLLEGIATE AND COMMERCIAL IN STITUTE. New Tlnven Conn. Preparatory to college or business. Circulars senton application. WM. II. RUSSELL, Principal. Columbia Classical Institute. A Hoarding School for Young Men and I Boys. For Circulars, address Kev. 11. . Alexander, Columbia, l'a. AGENTS WANTED for T li R NKW HOOK EPIDEMIC &C0NTAG0US DISEASES with tho newest and best treatment for all cases. Tlio onlp thorough, worn ol me kind in the world. Embrace Sinall-I'ox, Yellow Fever. Cholera and all analogous diseases. No Family Safe Without It, and nil buy it. Has '24 chromtie illustrations. The biggestchanceof the season for agonts. Address 11. U. GOUDSl'WJ-.D t CU.. Hi . How, Now York. 15--U -Writ tor rrit rut to i. XI. jonarsToit, UlSmlUiSola St. rilUtnrth, r. "W J Hreech-Toadlng Shot Guns. 110 to $300. Double Shot dims, 1150. Single (ions, f 3 I tog'JO. Hi Ilea, SS to 7S. Revolvers, S to S5. Pistols. 81 to SS. Gun Material, fish- ing Tackle, Ao. Larire discounts to doalers I or duns. Aamv uuns, itovoivera, oct., bought or traded for. Goods sent by ex press C. U. 1). to be examined borore paid tor. JOB WORK "".ooo",oqp Choap'Fdima DON R AT T1I15 'REPUBLICAN" OFFICE At the lowest cash prices, neatly, prompt ly, and in style ejna to that of any other establishment in the District. The clirn' eit I -mi I in market joi-mry- thc UNIO.'i PACIFIC RAILROAD CWnYl In the (irimt 1'lntto alley. 3,000,000 Aorrn In Central Nabrnoka. Now lor sitii' in tracts nl lorty lien ami upward on live mid ten years' credit. No advance i.ncriv i. ri quirci. Mil.) iiml lic:ili:itul 'liimitc, urlile nil, an H':ii dnmvot (-non wiiict. in i: it t M kk i;t i ti i k w kntj T!m griai mining regions of WyomluH, Ccil ir !(). t. . -h noil Neva l:i klrg supplied, ' by the niriner.i ot tho Pintto ulliiy. Soldiers tnlitlud to a nom?g'oad of 190 Acres. - THE BEST LOCATION FOB COLONIES. FREE llOMUS FOR ALL! Million of Acres of choice tfovernniont Lnuds open for cnlrv under (lie Homestead l.uw, near tills Urent lliiilrond, w ith all tho conven ience t of nil ol 1 settled country. Fioo nasties to purchuscrs or I.uilroail Tianils. Ncctionnl Maps showing the Kami, IS' new edition or Descriptive i-ampincv wui , new M:ips mulled free everywhere. Aoorcss i. c. if, Liuid Cominisslonor I'. I'. It. It. p0-4t ' DuiHlia, .Sell. BUSINESS CARDS A FOKTUNK- HowT A in stocks and gold. '1(1 riii'ts-inn'tii iiiii MY MOTTO: i.rnD ntuivn ivn irtTirp Tn III " Ala- UL.aiJi.iu iju Mtuiiiu iv niiti. The Assembly Question A new way to Maintain the Right of Forest County. We find the following in the Forest Vress of last week : TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF FOU' EST COUNTY. As two teamsters with heavily load ed sleds were approaching each other, one of them cried. "Get out of the road, or I'll serve you as I did a fol Ion back there 1" The one addressed immediately left the road and let the other pass, when he inquired what he did to that fellow who would not leave the road. "Why, darn him, he'd not leave the road for me, and I left it for hira!" Now, if the Democrats, of Clarion won't leave the road for us, I would leave it for them, as I would rather have a Clarion Democrat to represent me in the Legislature than a .Republican Ironi forest or Clarion either. Would not you 7 Isaac C. Siggiss, ries if he was as good a man Ed. Was ever county in this humor wooed 7 Was ever county in this hu mor won T Shades of Jefferson ! is it possible T The .love of party in the breast of Mr. Siggins must be better developed than it is in "the test of mankind." Now, had our party had the majority in this district as tho Demo crats have, and, in short, had the Re Make money fust and honorably, $12.50 per day, or 875 per week, by at once apply for a territorial right, (which are given free to agents.) to sell the best, strongest, most useful, and rapid selling Sewing Machine, and Patent Button Hole Worker, ever used or recommended by families, or buy one tor your own use : it is only to. Sent free everywhere by express. Ad dress lor particulars J erotuo li. Hud son & Co., Cor. Greenwich fe Cort landt Sts., N. Y. 236m Stevens the boot and shoe man is now receiving the finest and largest stock of hoots and shoes ever brought to Tidioute. When in want of fine goods remember Stevens has- them, and you can buy them cheap. Tidioute, Sept. 24, 1873. tf FOR SALE. We offer for sale our farm, situated in Barnett township, Forest county, containing two hundred and forty-eight acres, about one hundred acres cleared, ballatice iu Pine and Oak timber. Improvements: One large aud sub stantial dwelling house, one blink frame house, one bank barn, and oth er out buildings, two' orchards, bear ing choice' fruit, plenty of good run ning water. For terms and particu lars, call on the undersigned, living ou the premises. tlAVTXG purchased tho store houso IX and business of PROPER iV RECK, I am now opening a fresh stock of FALL and WINTER GOODS. Consisting in part of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS AND CArS, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES, HARD WARE, QUEENS WARE Etc. Also, TABLE AND FLOOR OIL. CLOTHS. AND CAUPETd, Which I will sell at extremely low prices. LADIES' DRESS GOODS, I have In such varieties and quantities that cannot lull to please tne most fastidious. ALSO, HATS, HOODS, NUBIES RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS, Ao. of almost all kiuda, colors and styles. 1W speculating Capital. $10 to 8100; wul lMiv SUH) to f l.ooo a iiiomii. fun explanation sent free. V. F. Hubbell A I t o., lianKers ami urokers, 3U uu til., I New York. Box $25 Money jjiade .Fast $1,UU0 Bv all who will work us. If upon writing I vnu do not tiud us all square, will (rive I you one clollnr tor your trouble. Mend stamp for circulars toO. II. Buckley A. Co., I ekonslm. RI icta. tC Tfl Of) perdavl Aircnts wanted 1 4J IU XU All classes of workinir pooplo, of cither sex, vouiijt or old, mako more money at work lor ns in tneir spare moments or all the time than at anything else. Particulars tree. AuXlross u. istinson fe Co., Portland, Maine. 16 4t THE LA OBOIX MEDIGAL DISFEU3 AE Y KsrAlll.IMHKD IN 1&I7. Is tho oldest and most successful institu tion in this country for tho treatment of I Cliionic and Sexual Diseases. For tonus ol treatment, call, or address by mail, with statement of caso. M. 11. llusiMJi. 15-4t 31 Maiden L.ano, Albany, N. v. GRANDEST SCHEME EVER KNOWN ! snow caud.s 25 tf. Samuel Cossins. busakah cossins. NOTICE. The books of the late firm of I Hilbronner & Co. are in my hands for publican conferees of this county been Bettlemeut. I shall be under obliga- trealed with contempt by the Clarion county conferees and candidate, as Lave the Democrats, we don't believe there is a man in the Republican par ty in this county who would not by every roeaus in his power try to defeat Clarion's candidate. Mr. Siggins was one of the conferees of Forest county in the memorable Frjburg conference. and knows he iu common with the oth ers, was not treated with ordinary ,de cency considering the position be oc cgpied, but, with the other Forest con ferees was entirely ignored ! And yet, lie would have the very man who caused lim to be treated in this man ner, elected in preference to a Repub lican, do matter if that Republican is ' the best man in the field. Such mag uauimity is worthy of due uotice, and tions to those having a book account at said store if they will call and set tie the same immediately. M. Einsteis, New invoice, boots auc shoes mens', boys' and youths' boots, woinans' shoes and gaiters.misses and childrens' shoes. Stock full and complete ; come and see before purchasing elsewhere we try to please all. ROBIXSON & BOSNEU. The lightest running Machine the world is the Grover & Baker, a least Baldwin, of lidioute says so and be knows. 46 ly Don't fail to go to Robinson Banner's if you went stoves, stovepipe or tinware. 23-tf. READY-MADE CLOTHING, for Men, Boys and Youths. In fact everything usually kept in coun try stores. 1 cordially invite all my old customers to give mo a call in my new store, and I will tiy and satisfy them that I will sell them goods as cheap, if not cheaper than they can be purchased olsewhere. I would also extend an invitation to all who como litre to trade, to give mo a call aud exam- ino my goods and prices. 20-Iy M. EINSTEIN. Fourth Grand Gift ConCert FOR TUB BKNKFIT OF T1IK PUBLIC LIBRARYIKENTUCKY 18,000 CAW II ;IHT I? t, 500,000 Every Fifth Ticket Draws a Gift 8250,000 FOR S50. The Fourth Grand Gift Concort author ized by special act of the Legislature, for tho benefit of tho Public Library or Ken tucky, will take place in l'ublio Library nail, at i.ouisvmo, Ky., WEDNESDAY. DEO., 3, 1873. Only sixty thousand tickets will be sold and one-h.ilf of theso aro inlendod for the Kuropean market, thus leaving onlv 30, 000 fftr sale in tho U. H.,where$loe,llod were gold for the Third Concert. The tick ets aro divided into ton coupons or parts and have on their back the Scheme with a full explanation of the mode of drawmu. At this concert, which will lie theirnitid- est muMcal display over witnessed iu this country, tne unprecedented sum or $1,500,000, divided into 12,000 cash gifts, will bo dis tributed by lot among the ticket-holders. The numbers of the tickets to lo drawn from one wheel by blind children and the gilts lrom anothor. LIST OF GIFTS One Krand cash (rift One grand cash gift One grand cash gilt One grand cash gift Ono uranu crsii gitx 10 Cash girts 10,oon each 0 Cash gilts 6.01)0 each l,uio eacn WW oai-h. 400 ewii 3(H) each 2(H) each loo each 60 each VISITING CARDL, SCHOOL CARDS E3 DING CARDS, PROGRAMMES, INVITATIONS, BALL TICKETS, ADMISSION TICKETS, $.0,000 ioo.uoo 60,000 Sil.lKJO 17,500 100,000 l.".0,OOO 60,000 411,000 40,000 4.",000 60,000 32,500 6jO,000 JI'CXEIJL.lJi'S INSTITUTE FOR BOYS I At West Cliester, Fa. A beautiful and elevated situation, Ti miles west of Phila delphia. Spacious I'lav-grounds, with Gvmunsiiim. Students prepared for Col' lege, Folvtcchnio Schools or Business. Special provision made lor very young Imivs. Msnv students remain, as boarders, during Summer vacation. Session begins rwpt. 10. Address HUBERT M. M CLE- LAN. TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE! YOUU MEN AND LADIES ounlilird lor practical operators, at tho llullaUi Telegraph Institute uud City Lino TelO' irranii. Every graduate recures a position, The largest and most complete in Ameri ca. Address, for Circular and Catalogue, C. L. IiKYANT, Superintendent, liullalo, 60 Cash gifts 80 Cash gilts 100 Cash girts 160 Cash gilts 25(1 Carth gills !W." Cash gifts 11,000 Cash gills TOTAL. 12.000 GIFTS, all cash. amounting to fi.ouu.ouu The distribution will be positive, whelh er all the tickets aro sold or not, ami I lie 12,000 gills ull paid in proportion to the tickets sold all unsold tickets lsmg de stroyed.as at the First and Second Concerts, anil not representea in mo mawing, PKICE OF TICKETS: Whole tickets 850: Halves $26: Tenths, or each Coupon, 8o: l-.loven V liols lick ets for 8600: 221 Ticketa for S 1,000 ; 113 Whole T elects lor .0U0: r-T Wlioie l ick ets for f 10,000. No discounts on less than S.VHI worth ol Tickets at a tune. The unparalleled successol mo i inrii ion Concert, well us thesutisfiuaion given liy the First and Second, makes it only neccs sary to announce the Frouth to insure the prompt sale i.l every Ticket, ine rourin Uift Concert will bo conducted in all its details like the Third, and full particulars may bo learned lrom circulars, wincli will lie sent free from this ollico to all who ap ply tor them. Tickets now ready for sale, and all orders accompanied by the money promptly till ed. Liberal terms given to uiose wiio uuy to sell again. thus. r.. isn a.ti i.,!'. i i r., Agont Public Library Ky., Manager Gift Concert, l'ublio Library Building, Lou isville, Kv. BILL HEADS, LETTER HEADS, NOTE HEADS, CIRCULARS, BLANKS, Af,renlN Wanted. KliKI) FOR CATALOarG. WMESTiC S. M. CO., NEW VOHlv. r -f.-4 tL Having struulod twewty rears between Itlo and death with ASTHMA or PHTHISIC, 1 ex pcriufented myself by coni- s anil nori'S, anu ediriue thus oli- unutely dUcoverod u iiiukI wonderful roiwly and suro cur- for Asthma and its kindled discuses, war ranted to relievo tho severest paroxysm in stantly, so the piiticntcnn lie down to sleep comfortably. Cine trial l'ackago sent bv mail free oi' charge. Adilress 1), Langell, Apple Crock, Wayne Co., O. -n. c T ' "rHPounding roots ij.vi? linhttling the Me 4ll"'n'''1 I fort un POSTERS L. L. Richmonl & Co JEWELERS, Invite the attention of the public to their im mense stock of goods, consisting of Lkdlna Ouuo fktf, ; Ooml Sets, Jot Sett, Opvra Olialns, Ltontlne Olnklnt, Keoklkort, Id Oold ud Jet, . LockatObaiaBnuxlotr, I Band BnuelcU, AiatrioM ud 8win Witchet, I Boy Watohri, I American and French Clocks, and all the ! Lateat Tht'.gut in SOLID SI I.VElt avd 'PLATE I) WAKE, Together with a in aatort- : ment of ; FRENCH COOD8. i Call an.l cxamlneo-.ir ' (Joods and Prices bo-, I foro purchasing. AVe guarautecourpricesBs for the same quality of ! goods elsewhere. , L, L. Eichmond & Co., Museum Building? , Oheatont 8t., KeadTllIa, Pa. 1 THE VERY BEST PLAN which you c.tn obtain Life Iusuranc Is the low Pi enilum, All Cash.Stock plan. It furnishci tho latest amount of Insur ance for a given sum of money. The con tract is plain and definite, without compli cation, mystery, or uncertainty. ThepoU ley is always worth its face, tho premium never Increase. It Is tho most satisfactory and economical plan for tho Insurant. Tim TiiAVfci.Kits iNMUHAXca Company, of Hartford. Conn., grants Life iusuranc upon tills excellent plan. Its security is umiuestii n"'d. Apply to any Agent, t send for a Circular. 15 41 MOXTIILY 8TATKMKSTS, $3,000 FOR 20 CENTS! Before vou start on a journey, buy an Ac- cideiit Insurance Ticket of tho Bail way Passengers Asurance Co., ot Hartford, Conn, i ickcts lor yule at railway stations. Ask for an Insurance ticket. ENVELOPES GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE IN TI OX EST A. . GEO. W.BOVARD&CO. HAVE just brought on a complete and carefully selected stuck of FLOUR. GROCEKIL., . PROVISIONS, and everj'thing necessary to the completn stock ofalli'st-cittssLirocoiy iiouse, which they have opened out at their establish ment on r.im mi., nrsi noor norm oi i.. Church. COFFEES. b I HUPS. TEAS, RUUAHS. FUUITS, DODGERS, HANDBILTA LABELS, eilirPING TAGS, Ac. SPICES. HAMS, LARD, a nd rno VJSIOXS of at. t. kisdh. at tho lowest cash prices. Goods warrant-. ed to be nt the nest quality. I all and n. amine, and we believo we can suit yon. GEO. W. BOVABD A CO. Jan. 0, '7i PSYCHOMANCY, OB SOUL CHARM. 1NU. How either sex niser fuscinato and gain tho lovo and atl'ections of any person they choose, instantl. Tlussimplo mental acuiieiucnl ull can possess, free, by mail, lor U cents; together with a Mar riage Guide, F.gvption Oracle, ! Irene), Hints to Ladies. A queer book. 100,000; sold. Address T. WILLIAM tt CO., Publishers, Philadelphia. MnWrV Mudo Rapidly with Slencil ifc ISIUH L I Kev ('heck Outlits. Catalogues ami full particulars FREE. H. M.Speucct 117 llunovur St., liofcUin. Present strong attractions to parents and' gum liian.-i. A pleasant homci thorough instruction; healthful discipline; excel lent library; litw apparatus. Send for Catalogue. Liberal discount tu Clergvmen, CHARLES JACOBUS, A. M., Piin., 16-m. New Biigliton, Punn, SUBSCRIKK roi-lho Forest Republican It will pay.