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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 3 November 1875

EDITOR. WEDNESDAY NORMXfi, NOT. i, 18... PENNSYLVANIA. 1'enuRyWania lias gone Republican by a large, majority. A diopatch from Philadelphia dated at 3 o'clock tbi (Thursday) morning, snys that thirty two counties foot up a majority of 20, 759 for Hartranft. The Republican tato ticket ia undoubtedly carried by at least 25,000 to 30,000 majority. Thus have the people of the Keystone State rebuked tho party whose cry for years has been anything to get office. Any sacrifice of principles, any t'io lation of convictions, any kind of a platform to please the masses, alt to be brokeu over and thrown to the winds if they once got iuto power. It is glorious to see that the people know with whom their interests are safe, and carry out their convictions at the polls. We are now assured of a good and honest State administration, and a big majority for the Republican cnudidate for President next fall. New York. New York on Wednesday afternoon -was doubtful, neither party being sure of having car...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 3 November 1875

WEDSESDAT KORXIJIC, SM."ll"l87jT' BOROUGH OFFICERS. JtHrfrra3nnn 11m;, l tmnri'fmfM U. W. Itohinaon, H. A. Vnrnor, A. II. Kellv, S. II. JIiimIcI, A. li. Piirtridiro, 11. ). llavia. Juttire of the PeaeeT. S. Knox. C. A. Kandull. (ntnlile IT. Hwn-gart Nrhnol liirertnr K H. Knnx, II. O. la via, H. J. Woleott, 8. II. Hn-Ont, A. II, Kelly, I. Clark. FORKST COUNTY OFFICKTS. rmiitfnt Jutlttelu ft. WKTMonn. Aneint JhiJm -Aniiikw Cook, Joh. . D.VI.R. XhrriJTT. J. Va Oikhkn. TrenHrerH. 3. Nkti.kt. 1'i ulhnnntnri, tlcgiKcr rf: Iteeonlcr, if P. M. 1'i,m. (!ninmiioner Joui Thompson, Jah, K. Ci.AnK, Km llKiti.i. f ?nnf.v Superintendent S. P. Rohiirr. JHxtrirt Attorney H. I, Irwix, Jury Cnmmiioner Ja. Fi.vns,Wi. PATTERNOX. f Wn.y Vmvryor S.D. InVI!. fVirowrr M. Ittki., .Tn. tbitnfy Auditor T. II. Colin, L. WR KKR, ft. Jamirmom, Member t Ifnngrei KVA DitrictC. H. Ct'HTIM. Aemhty1. 1J. Aokkw. 7Vmm! o Train At TIONF.STA STATION, on nuil after Ort. 18, I87.: HOl'Tlt. Train 22 fl:l a. m. " t4 - - - - 4...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 3 November 1875

TO YOCKU MSN. JOB WORK DOS 13 AT THE 'REPUBLICAN'"' OFFICE At the lowest cash prices, neatly, prtmpl ly, and in style equal to that of any .. If he believe in "measure, nut men, ho will embark in the (Alluring s buine. ' ' If tlie or.o great object of his life is to make money, he should jret posi tion in the United Htatea Mint. If he is a punctual rt of a ehnp, and anxious to be " lime,' he should" put hi hami to watchmaking. " It he believes in the chivf end of . man to have his business largely "felt," why of course lie will become, a hat ter. - Tt ho wtvots to "not nt tho root of a tuinr." he will become a' demist H ' though if he does be will often be "found "looking down iu the 'mouth." If a until is a liunglei at his l.tst, lie ,1.4 Kauxwo a i.I. vinin i ..11 nil luan lie will have none of his work thrown udou hi hands. It is generally buried out of iight, yoii know. Should he incline onto high living, but prefer plain hoard, then the car penter trade will suit him. lie can p...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 10 November 1875

t Rates of Advertising. One Square (1 Inch,) one liwrtlon - fl SO One Square " nno month - SOU One Square " tlirco months l 00 Ono Square " ono your - - 10 0l Two Squares, one vear - - 13 Co Quarter Cn. - . - : Ott Half " " ..... ao CO One " " - . - . 1WW Igat notices at established rate. Marriage nnd death notices, gratis. All bills for yeaflv advertisements col lected quarterly. Temporary advertise incuts must lie paid for in advance. Job work. Cash on Dcliverv. me$t meMbiumt 19 rUDLISIIED KVEIIY WEDNESDAY, BY W. 11. DUNN". ITICB IH EOBTltBOlt 4 BOWITEB'8 BuTLDITK ELM BTREET, TIOSEBTA, Pi. TERMS, 2.00 A YKAR. No Kutmcrlptlnn reeelvod for shorter (iM'iml than three month. Correspondence solicited from nil parts of liin country. No notice will be takou of annonyramis" communicationn. VOL. VIII. NO. 31. T10NESTA, PA., NOVEMBER 10, I870. $2 PEtt ANNUM. 3 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TI0NE3TA LODGE Ao. 309, I. O. of O. F. MEETS every Friday evening, at 7 o'rlork. In tbe Hall formerly occupiod b...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 10 November 1875

She m$t $cjmMta. XV. B. PUNX EDITOR. WEDNESDAY MORMXfi, NOV. 10, 1S7J. Tlie Derrick ir yesterday pub lislies.ii table of the State vole, mostly official, which gives llartranft 12,140, ' and Rawlo 4,001 majority. What AuTTliinks. It is well known that Alex. M'Glure, ' editor of tho Philadelphia - 2Vnes,' an "independent" paper, ilcsired the suc cess of the Democracy at the late elco tioo, yet after ho Hilda his cflbrU iu vain, he goes on to tell a few of the . reasons, which, iH his opinion con-ArihuleU-to the defeat of that party: "JJut, while Governor Ilartruut's personal merits did much to save a debauched political leadership from a ; 'Watciloo defeat, the comedy of blun- j ders played by his enemies with such blind, persistent awkwardness va the '.main element 'bf, the canvass that. '. saved him. Madness ruled the Dem ocracy from the day, it entered upou ' the practical work of the contest. " While its lines woro diffused among ' the people, it wnA invincible for the ' struggle...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 10 November 1875

WEDNESDAY MORN IN fi, NOV. 10"l875. BOROUGH OFFICERS. P.urre .Ton if IIkck. fiHei7mr U. V. Robinson, H. Vainer, A. I. Kelly. S. II. Haslet. A. II Partridge, II. (. Bavin. Junia t of the Peace D. S. Knox. C, Randall. Omtuhl IT. Hwivrenrt Kt hnnl Dim lorn 1. M. Knox, If. O. Pa h, K. .1. YVoloott, H. II. Haslet, A. Kelly, 1). Clark. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. Pretirlrtit .Twin? L. T). W'RrsionF. Atmcintn Jtttliic Anohew Cook, Joh, XhrrltfT. X. Van Om:hkn. TmiKurrr S. .1. S'kti.kv. Prnthmiotaru, Heinter it Iircnrdcv.ife. T. M. Ci.aiik. : ; Voinminsionem .Ioii!f Thompson, Ja n.t i.aiik, liicni.ix. fTwufi fiitpcrintendmt H. V. Ron HER, Dintric.t Attorney H, P. Irwth. fury 0mNifAn)ier Jas. Fl.YNJt,WM PATTKTtSON. (ttnli Nurnrjinr S.P. InwiN, Coroner M. IrTtr., .In. (bwnry Auditor 'S, H. Conn, L. War M Kit. G. Jamikhon. Member a Vungrena 10M Vtxtrict--C. B CURTIS, Amcmlily J. II. Aonkw. Time of U'raint At TTONKSTA STATION, on and.aftcr cu in, 1N0 a south. Train 12 " 64 Train f3 ' OiOfl n. in. 4...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 10 November 1875

TEXAS COt-RTSIlIP. He sat one side of tho room in a big white-oak rocking chair. She on tho other sido in a little while-oak rocking chair. A long-eared deer hound, snap ping at flics, was by his side ; a basket of sewinir by hers. Both rock inces santly, thai is the young people, not the dog and banket. He sighs heavily and looks out the west window at a crape myrtle tree ; she sighs lightly and gaies out the cast window at the turnip patch. At last he remarks : "This Is mighty good weather to pick cotton." "Tis that, if we ouly had any to pick." The rocking continues. "What's your dog's name?" "Coony." Another sigh-broken stillness. "What is he good Air T" "What is he good furT" said she, abstractedly. "Your dog, Coony." "Fur ketching possums." Silence of half an hour. "He looks like a deer dog." "Who looks like a deer dog ?" "Coony." "He is but bo is kinder bellowsed an gettin' old an' slow now. An' he ain't no 'count on a cold trail." In the quiet ten minutes that ensued she too...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 17 November 1875

IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, BY W. 1?. DUNN, rTICB IH R0BIH8OH & BOrHfER'8 BUILD 150 ELM 8TREET, TI0HE8TA, Pi. TERMS, f2.00 A YEAR. ' No ftubsrrlptlnns received for a shorter period Umn threo months. Correspondence solicited from nil part of Uis country. No notice will betaken of aniionymou communications. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TIOITESTA LODGE T.O. of O.F1. MEETS every Friday evening, at 7 o'clock, In the Hull formerly occupied y the Uood Templar. O. W. SAWYER, N. O. N. II. HASLET, Hoo'y. T-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342, O. TJ. "A.. M. .1 EETS at Oild Fellow Lodge Room, iVA every Tuesday eveninp, at 7 o'clock. . W. SAWYER, C. iS. C. JOHNSON, R. 8. 1. J. B. ACNIW, W. E. LATHY, TimtU, rt. Brit, Ft. AONKW te LATHY, Attorneys at Law, - Tlonesta, Pa. Office on Elm Street. May 18, 18T.-tf TBL. L. Davis, A TTORNEY AT LAW. Tlonesta. Pa. 1 Collection mad in this and adjoin ing ooantie. w-iy MIL IS M "W. TATE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' 4m Jrresf, TIOXESTA, PA F. W. Hay A TTORNEY AT LAW, at cast '...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 17 November 1875

She orfjst.JSfjittWlfttn. V. R. DUNX EDITOR. WEDNESDAY MORMXG, SOY. 17, 13T4. Kerr, the candidate sgairut Ran dall fur the SpenVerahip of tho House at Washington, did not rec-oWe back ' pay, but turned Tl into Ifie Treasury, lie evidently has a bettor record than Samuel. The latter was a back-parstcr, spoke in fovor of the Rcsumrjtioo act, voted for it, set up . hit Convention ! against it, got beat, and it now in a fair way of being laid on the shelf as candidate for Speaker. George Shiras, Esq., is being quite prominently spoken of as the proba ble appointee to succeed Hon. Bamuel E. Diraraick as Attorney General of the State. Those who know . Mr. Shiras will readily appreciate the ex . cellent character of this appointment. should it be made. He is possessed of fine legal ability, and is a gentlemm of excellent qualities in every respect His high standing at our Pittsburgh bar entitles him to tbo recognition proposed. We congratulate him. Gatette. ' The result In the election of ...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 17 November 1875

Uht forest puMfoan. WEDNESDAY MORMNG, !0V. 17, 1871. BOROUGH OFFICERS. 'Jiurffe .Toiih IIkck. (niim7mfH-cl. W. Robinson, H. A. "Varnor, A. 1. Kcllv, H. H. Haslet, A. H. Partridge, II. . 1hvIh. Jnstieen of the Pence D. S. Knox, C. A. mandall. ' -if.. t1natnhte IT. Hwnggart .SVhnnl HireetonU. N. Knox, II. O. Pa vis, M. .1. Wolcott, H. II. lUHlct, A. J. Kelly, 1. Clark. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. , PfMident .adre U P. Wbtmorb. Aoe.intt Jmlieii AsoitKW I'miK, Jon. . DAt.K, . fiheriff T. J. Van fJntsKK. t rcMBrrr- n. i, rtr.i ,r.i Prothnnotnry, BeginterA It reorder, fc T. M t'LAItKl 0mwt'ti'oier John Thompson, Jab. K. Ci.anK, Km Brrmn. Vimntv Superintendent S. T. TtOHRER. JHMriel A Homey H. P. Irwi. Jury Obmmissioners Jas. Kit!,W. rATTKIWOIf. mnt t( Mm rvror H.P. Inwilf. rhroncr M. Ittki., Jr. (Yihu'.V AwiitortT. It, CoBR, L. WAR HRR, O.Jamiksow. Memherof ingre 19th DutlrietC. B. Ci'ktih. AnnemblyJ. B. AoKKW. Tiinoof Train At TIONKHTA STATION, on and after Oct. IS, 1K73 s Trnln 22 " 54 Tril...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 17 November 1875

John Kinf, in 1 802, li veil id Ten nessee. 8oldiers of both armies raid ed his farm. 60 he removed all his produce to a cave in the Cumberland Mountains. A storm tore down a rock which closed the mouth of the cave. Therein he lived fur thirteen years in the dark, eating from his produce and drinking from a spring. The other day a railway company blasting for a tunnel blasted him out. So says .a ? aper, but then the paper probably ied. , la the Saa Froncisco jail is a girl only sixteen years old. She is ex cessively sby and demure, blushes when looked at by visitors, and faints when drunkards are brooght bleeding into prison. Her faco is delicate and expressive of retiring modesty and gentleness. Her name is Annette Gil lard, and she is awaiting trial for stab bing a man four times with a big butcher-knife, and then smashing his skull with a brick. A California farmer sent to the State Fair, which was recently held in Illinois, the heaviest fleece of wool on record, its total weight...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 24 November 1875

4 is rurn.isiiEn every Wednesday, by W. If. DUNN.. rnoB in nnivnm n.iNNm'a euilbiho r.T.M PTKKirr, tiont-sta, fa. TKltMS, S2.h0 A YEAR. No Subscriptions received for n shorter p I'Hl 11)1111 UlleO lllolllilH. Correspondence solicited from nil rmits nf Ihn country. Nn notice will betaken of nn lion vnn his communications. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. vol. viii. no. 33. TIONESTA, PA., NOVEMBER 21,' 1875. $2 PEK-ANNUM. TI0NF,3TA LODGE yo. :to:, O.ofO. V MEETS every Friday evening, nt 7 o'clock, i.i tli" Hull lormcrly occupied V till' Ullllll ICIliplMI'S. (i.W.RAWVKll.X.fi, N. If. HASLET, Si ()' v. Ii7-tf. vnTHMTcTiA rrumnrr wn Oto O. IT. A.. M. MEETS nt Odil Fellows' Lodge Jtoom, every Tuesday evening, t 7 o'clock. U. V. SAWYER. C. K. C. JOHNSON. It. S. 81. Painting, Paper-Hanging Stc, I? II. CHASE, of'lionosla, offers hi J ser"ieos to those In need of PAINTING. C.RAINIXO. CALCIMTNINO, SIINI A- VARNISHING, SKIN WHITING, PAPER HANGING. AND CARRIAGE WORK, Work promptly nttenilotl to ami Hn i lnCi...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 24 November 1875

KDITOH. WEDNESDAY 5I0UMNR. XOY. li, 1875. Furis, Jfovembcr 17. The evening papers of this city published the text of the letter writ ten by I on Carlo to King Alfonso. The attituJo. of President Grant, the letter my, is a prelude to a war be tween Spain and the. United States, if you do not recogtme the, independence of Cuba. The revolution which you represent is responsible for this parri cidal rebellion. Had I reigned it would not have occurred, at least not gained strength. Now, however, the integrity of the country is nt stake, nnd all her children are bound to de fend it. Should war break out I oiler you a truce as long as the contest lasts but maintain my rights to the crown, na I retain the conviction that I will -one day wear it. I canoat send my loyal volunteers to Cuba, but I will defend these provinces, and the Canta brian const will send out privateers which will pursue the merchant ships . of our enemies, and perhaps' chase them into their own harbors. If you accept the...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 24 November 1875

WEDNESDAY MOUNl.N'G, NOV. U, I87i. noaouGH OFFICERS. Jlnrfjr .Ton n llKrK. (uneilmeu l. W. Itihinson, S. Vainer, A. It. Ki-lly, S. II. Haslet, A A. II. J'tirtrhlgn, II. o. Davis, .Tutiec of the fence I). S. Knox, C. A. P.andnll. (YiiMdiMc H. Nivagsrart Nchnol liireetori 1. H. Knox, If. O. Pa S. .1. Wolcott, H. II. Haslet, A. B. itolly. 1). Clark. IFOR EST COUNTY OFFICERS. Pretitlent .Tuttiml,. T). W K r M o n F. Atmrinte Jntliic Andiikw Coin;. Jos. M. 1UI.K. fihrrijr T. .1. Van OmsKS. Treasurer H. .1. Nkti.ev. l'ratftnnotari, lleqinterS: flrcnntrr, if e. r. m. ci.ahh. CVimii.iioc-. Jon : Thompson, J AS. JC. Cl.AHK, I-.I.I BKRI.IN. Oittnfi .StiperintciHlrnt H. F. BomtKR, JHttrirt Attorney H. D. IuwiN. .uri 7oiiiminnmnerii .Jam. Fi.yn!,Wm. r.nKnsnx. Oiunfi Nurrcynr S.D. TmvtX. Oiro.-irr M. Ittki., Jk. County Auditor '. It. Conn, L. Wxn- KKn, O. .1 A Ml K.SOIf . Meinherof CoaircM VMK District C. B. CUIITIM. Acmhli J. B. Aonkw. Time o Trains At TIOXESTA STATIOX, on and after ,Ot. IX, 1H...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 24 November 1875

Aero? the water the vcnqralile con troversy over uotrging lim received a fresh impetus. Kir licnry Juntos has boon making ntt earnest argument against tliis nioile of puni.-htui'iit for brutal nwaull. II !s reasniu arc briefly, that it is a form of torturo, that it is not a penally calculated to prevent ft repetition of tlyj nfTciisp, tlint it is degrading, Unit, if Applied to wifo-licatcrs, tho wife will re:ip noth ing but Additional hardship all of which might be said in a greater or less degree of nil punishments. Sir Henry suggests that, if thoro must bo flogging, tho man to whom such pun ishment belongs Is the poisoner or tho foogcr, tho man "on whom tho pros pect of excruciating pain U likely to have effect." In this country all this argumentation has an ancient odor. Only in little Delaware doc tho whip ping post maintaiu its ground. It must lin between I Iia linns nf fhn flon. (dilution somewhere that tho criini nail is guaranteed the unmolested pursuit of happiness in his p...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 1 December 1875

Ai IS PUBI.IHHF.D EVEUY WEDNESDAY, BY W. U. DUNN. rncB in KOBTiraoif a bonner's buudihg ELM STREET, TI01TE8TA, PA. TERMS, f2.00 A YEAR. No Sutsertpton received for a shorter period than three niontln. Correspondence solicited from all part erf the country. No notice will he takou of annonymotia communications. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TIONESTA LODGE Aro. 309, I. O. Of O.IP. MEETS pvory Friday evening, at 7 o'clock, In the Hall formerly oocupiod by the Hood Tom plum, o a. W. SAWYER, N. O. H. II. HASLET, Scc'y. 27-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342, O. IT. V. M. MEETS at Odd Follows' Lode Room, every Tuesday evening, at 7 o'clock, U. W. (SAWYER, C. 8. C. JOHNSON, R. 8. 81. DR. J. E. 11 LA IX K, rXVTlCV. at Cant. Knox's residence yj tico davs. Wediiosdnvs anrl Hatnr. Of- dnyn 3tf J. B. AONEW, W. E. LATHY, Tlowt,Pt. Eri,Pa. AGNEW Sc I.A'I IIY, Attorneys at Law, - Tlonesta, Pa. Oluce on Elm Street. May lo.1S7i.-tf E. L. Davis, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tlonosta, Pa. Collections made in this and adjoin ing ...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 1 December 1875

13 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, BY "W. II. DUNN. mcB nr Roimreoic iter's BxnLDnru EU BTREET, TI0HB8TA, PA. TERMS, $2.00 A YEAR. No Subscription received for a shorter period than three montli. Corrospondoneo solicited from nil pnrtii or the country. No notice will be takeu of annonyinou communication. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TI0KE3TA LODGE No. 369, I. O. of O. TP. MEETS every Friday evening, nt 7 o'clock, In the Hall formerly occuplod oy theUood Tomplara. H. II. nASLET, Sec'y. 27-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342, rl TT A "A JT , TEET8 at Odd Fellow' Lodtfe Room, every Tuosday evening, at 7 o'clock! 8. C. JOHNSON, R. 8. 81. X7J. J. . JtLAIXE, OFFICE at CnpU Knox1 residence. Of flce days, Wednesday and Satur day. 32tf J. B. ACNEW W. E. LATHY, Tlonetta,ra, EriSpPa. Attorney at Law, - Tlonesta, Pa. Office on Elm Street. May lo,187i.-tf , ylf Travis, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Tlonoat. Pa. Collection made In this and adjoin ing counties. 40-ly MILKS -yT. TATE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, km. Street, TIOlfESTA, PA. F....

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 1 December 1875

PONE AT THE 'REPUBLICAN" OFFICE Jake Briulisli vent iuto Sitzor'g sa loon the either day, and called tor a cigar. He placed tbo cigar on the counter and ocean viewiuz it from various poiuts. "Vas isli der mad der?" inquired the keeper. "Noth ing," said Bradish ; "only I was think ing that I don t care so much tor a smoke iust now as I do for a drink. Will you take thin ciirar for a drink?" he inquired, "Zertainly," said Silver, as lie rasped out the decanter. Jake Doisoned himself, turned on hi heel. and was walking away when the keep er caled out: "1 say. Miake, you tidn't bar me for dot Irink I" "Why, yes I did," he replied, "I gave you the riirar for it." rJitjter was in doubt for a moment, and as Ja.ce's hand was on the latch, he yelled. "Yaw, but you tidn't bay me for de cigar?" "Well, you don't suppose I'm fool cuough to pay you for the cigar and let you keep it, do you?" And Jake went out and slammed the door. "You keep postal cards here, don't you," asked a little woman ef t...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 1 December 1875

She - forest $cpuMta. W II. DCN'N - EDITOlt, WEDSESDAY "HORSING. D1T. I, . -1-lTIib CuiincHutvillo correspondent of the Linesvillo Lender "speaks out in meeting" in rcpnrJ to tho pardon ' of WT11Ianif, ns follow.: "Thfe news of the parrlon of D.I. Williams who wns convieted one year Bgo of embezzling the funds of the First National J5:mk of Ihis place.was a sorprise to many of onr citizens. They 1'ecl that tho interests of society have been trifled with nnd (lie general remark was, that tho greater the crime the less the punishment, and insist if lie had stolen a steer from his neigh bor north thirty dollars, he would have been seutenced nineteen years to the pcuilentiary, and served his full time. But when ho had stolen from the Bank and special depositors seventy-five thousand dollars, ho is sen tenced for five years, and pardoned in one. Our people looked upon it s n .mpekcry of justico aud cjutruc it a3 a noticij to all bank officers aud all others in position of trust, or respo...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 1 December 1875

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Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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