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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 12 January 1876

THE PITTNHt R1H OAr.KTTlt. Thoa who are arranging for their home papers for tha next year, will do wisely to enl for Mm pie copies of the nihburgh Qatettt, Daily or Weekly, at it will be seen to he the beet paper published in Pittsburgh. It is the oldest, being Dearly ninety years old, and has kept pace with all phases ot modem newspaper progress. It is printed in new type, and oa clean, white, handsome paper. Its new is specially full, and accurate. It re ceives Cable news from Europe,' and Dispatches from all parts of the coun try. It has Special Correspondent in Washington, during the sessioa of Congress, and at Ilarrisburg during the session of the Legislature, and will give full reports of all that is interest ing in the proceedings. Its Local news is complete and varied, yet chaste and pure. Its Editorials contain trench ant discussions of all current subjects, and deal independently with all the issues of the hour. The paper is Re publican in roll tics, but holds that the par...

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. — 19 January 1876

t ruiU.imiKIt EVKltY WfcllNKSDAY, DY W. If. DUNN. rncG w uobinso!! & bohneu's buildiho BI.M STREET, TIONMTA, FA. TKItM.-i, fj.(K) A YKAH. No Subscriptions received for n shorter period tlmii three mouths. Correspondence solicited from nil part or the country. No notice will bo taken of union vinous eominunicatloim. DU3INES3 DIRECTORY. TI0NE3TA LODGE I. O. ofOiF. MEETS evorv Friday evening, at 7 o'clock, ill tliellall formerly occupied by thoUood Templars. (1. XV. KAWYUIl, N. CI. H. It. II AS LET, Secy. 27-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342, O. U. A.. M. MEKTS nt Odd Fellows Lodgo Hooin, every Tuesday oveniie-, at 7 o'eloek. 'd. XV. SAW YE K, C. S. C. JOHNSON, U. 8. 31. Dlt. H'M. VOUKh, FFICE nf Lawrence House. Tlnncstii J Fa., whore lio enn be found nt all times wncn not pmicMsionauy almoin, an ly DTt. J. Ii. IlhAIXIi, o FFICE and residence. In house former ly oernpiud Dr. Wlimns. Office days, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Ri!tf J.B. ACNEW, W. E. LATHY, TiooMtt, Ft. Erie, Fa. VCIVi:V .fc...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 19 January 1876

She $c$t SJtjmWifiw. W. It. DUNN EDITOR. TfEDSESDAf MORXISC, JAJ. 19, IS76. Washington dispatch to N. Y. Tribune. Washburne and the Praaidency. The movement to make Mr. Wash burne, our Minister to France, the nominee of the nest Republican Na tional Convention for tho Presidency, seems to be actively under way ; and from recent developments it would ap pear that the administration, in the event of the failure of the third-term scheme, baa him as its first choice. A correspondence has been going on Jately between Mr. Washburne and a prominent leader in the Republican ranks, who was a member of Congress contemporarily with Mr. Washburn. Mr. Washburne writes as follow to his frieud : Paris, Nov. 8th, 1875. Nt Dear : I have duly re ceived your letter of the 13th ultimo, nd need not say how deeply I am touched by its kind and generous -spirit. I must say that I have a lin gering affection for all those brave men (and you were the chiefest among them) with whom I was associated, who fough...

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. — 19 January 1876

ft She igovtft JvjpuWitan. 14 nLUiU.iMJAI HIIUAIAU, IA.lt 19, 10t. BOROUGH OFFICKUS. Jiurgr3onx Ruck. ryunrilmen O. W. Robinson, 8. A. Vainer, A. It. Kcllv, H. II. Haslet, A. II. Partridge, II. O. Davis. Juttiret oj the J'caceD. S. Knox, C. A. Randall. I'lniKtulilf. II. Swaagart SVAoof himetnn 1. S. Knox, H. O. Da vis, S. J. Wot.-ott, H. H. Haslet, A. R. Kelly, I. Clark. ; FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. PrrtiAmt Juititrli, D. Wktmork, -' slssnrirtfa Jmlyet Jos. U. Dai.r, Kd Waii Khiir. ,f 7-ein (!f H. .T. Skti.ky. iVof nnaortiry, Itegitter it Iteeorder, ctft t. W. Ci.Aim'. , .Sherijr .Irs-ris Siiawkkt. f Oi in hiiim.'o nrr ICl.t IlKNLItf, Isaac HnNn, John HrccK. f Ot(fy Superintendent l. H. Krock- XV AY. JHHrtet Attorney H. P. Tnwiw. f Jury mmisiuner It. Z. ToWWKR, : I.TMAN Cook. . tuHty .Viirwyor T. P. CoLMsm. Oirfmrr M. Ittkl, Jn. )imlv ,4 tirtifor Nicholas Tiiomp- no. J. tt. Knir.t,, II. A. Zi Ksiim.i.. Mtmbe.ro OiniWM Oko. A. Jknks. AcmbtyS. It. Aoukw. I Time of Tmins At TIONESTA STATI...

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. — 19 January 1876

.ill.,,,, mi" i j iiimr nTTfnrn rmnn rn. .... - n 1 ' t , ..iiiiiini.it , , ... - - .m ' . ' , '.nML.. i ' . 4 - ' - ' ... if i 1 IWi turn (iftn 1 i rf ii nii A LONDON HO.MANt'E. Ail officer iii tlie army who was go ing out to Inilia to join liis regiment, recently made nil his purchases at one of the fumed London establishments. The customer was such a largo buyer that, the proprietor, rontrnry to usage, stopped forward to thank liira and to express a hopo that the officer was per fectly Bitt'iffied, and had beeu able to find everything that he required. The captain thanked the proprietor, aud answered, "Nearly all." "Not all?" was the quirk query of the propi ictor, "not all T I hoped iir, we could find thins. "Why. it i little nut of vour line. Mr. ." "Out uf our line?- Not at nil, ir. "Oh, Von aro auite cure of that., are you, Mr, 1" "Quite cettain, sir." "Well, then." continued the captain, laugh ingly, "I want a wife." "Step this war air." and the astonished military man follo...

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. — 26 January 1876

fciu forest grpuMirnn. U rcnufHTr.n KVKnv wedjwdat, by W. It. DUNN, TTIOB IH ROBTS907I & BONNER'S BuTLDINf EMt STREET, TIONESTA, Pi . TERMS, 2.00 A YEAR. No Subscriptions reeoivod for it shorter pfrled that) throe month. Correspondence solicited from nil parts of tint country. No notion will botnkeu of annon vinous' cnmin up tent ions. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TIONESTA LODGE Ao. WJ, I. O. of O. IP. MEETS every Friday ovenintr, at 7 o'clock, in the llnll lormcilv occupied by t!io (iod Templars. 1. W. HAWYEH, N. O. R. If. HASLET, 8eev. 27-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 312, O. XT. .A.. M. MEETS nt Odd Fellrtws' Lodjro Room, every Tuesday evening, at 7 o'clock. (.. W. SAWYER, C. S. C. JOHNSON1, II. S. St. 7f. rrjf. voavr,, OFFICE fit Lawrence Hourc, Tlnnesta, Ph., when) ho can 1h found Hlll limes when nut professionally rbsont. St ly Dlt J. iJ. III. A 1SK, OFFICE and residence In houso former ly oceupiod Pr. Yl'lium Ofliee days, Wednesdays and .Sat u ruay R. - Siitf J. B. ACriCW, W. E. LATHY...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 26 January 1876

forest $fpuMwan. W. R. DUNN - EDITOR. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAS. !6, 1876. Address of J. F. Hartranft. OH THE OCCABIOlf OP HIS BECOKD IN AUGURAL AS GOVERNOR OF PENN SYLVANIA, OX TUB 13rH DAY OF JANUARY, 1876. a Qentlemen of the Senate and Home of Representative and Fellow OiliteM: Three, years ago, when the onth or office was administerd to me as Exe cutive, I took occasion to express the sense of 107 iuficite obligations to the people of tbe State who bad honored . rue with repeated proofs of their con fidence and good opinion, and it would be unworthy affectation if I did not now reuew tnj acknowledgments te the same genorous constituency, who, after a three years' stewardship of tbe highest office in their gift, have called me again to assume its impor tant duties. - The continued favor and inflexible support my conduct of public affairs has received from the citizens of the Commonwealth, bespeak from me in return, tbe utmost zenl and fidelity in their service, and my highest ambiti...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 26 January 1876

WEDSESDaY KORSINC, JAJ. tO, 1876. BOROUGH OFFICERS. Bnrpr.a Jon Runs. f,tneimfn 1. W. Robinson, H. A. Yarn!-, A. 11. Kellv, H. II. Haslet, A. II. Partridge, If. O. Davis. Jutticts oftht Peaee0. H. Knox, C. A. Randall. lantbr II. Rwaggart Arhool firrlor$i. H. Knox, II. O. Da Vis. K J. Woleott, 8. II. Ha-lot, A. 11. Kelly. I). Clark. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. Prrtident Judge 1. D. WavrMonir. Auorintn Judy en Jon. O. Dai.k, En wmn Kerr. Trennurer 8. .T. Rrrr.itr. Prothnnotary, Itrgttr it Itteorder, e. I. W. Cl.AK. Kherifr Justis SrtAWitBY. CmmHn'nf r Ui,i Dkrmk, Isaac IiOnn, Johx Hkpr. Ounty .SnptrinfrnVn II. 8. BaocK Vat. Viatrir.t Attorney S. I. Ipwi". Jury (tommtMi'dner H, Z. ToWHM, liTMAiv Cook. Oownty nieyor T. T. Collins. froner M. Ittkl, Jr. nfy j4 uditor N icwola Thomp son, J. il. Nkii.l, II, A. Zl'ltlfDm.L. Af.mHrrOn7rM0K0. A. Jerks. iMimMy-;. 1). Aomw, Time IVains At TIONE3TA STATION, on and aftor Dee., 1373: BOUTIT. Train M .... 0:24 a.m. 64 - - 8:42 p. ni. HORTH. Train 8S - -...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 26 January 1876

of caicliing his respectable, hi'sti mind ed young J'riend, the old follow got nabbed himself. In Ihct be got caught in bis own trap. Wasn't it " "Gfet out of my house, you young scamp out with you, you repro bate?" 'But, uncle, when I come back, mayn't I bring Lizzio with rue, and see and participate in your new and deep felicity?' 'If you'll bo decent, .you daring young villain, you may bring the queeu of slatterns herself; but beware bow you offend me! 1 can't bear eferytbing and I won't! I won't pul up with it I I'll I'll kick you out of doors, you ungrateful traitor 1' After this eflarrejeonce, Uncle Jerrv'a soul settled down La ft rlea i placid calm, and when Lizzie Brown finally appeared before him, be actu ally kissed her, and said she was just the girl for his rascally nephew. And, in a few weeks thereafter, Uncle Jerry had a wedding party. He was married first, and then sat clown and saw Jack married. 'There,' said the happy old fellow, after the thing was all over, as he ...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 2 February 1876

M POBIJIREO EVERT WEDNESDAY, BY " ' tV. R. DUNN". rncE nr ROBnreoir 4 bohweb'S Butldiso BUt BTBJIET, TIP HOT A, Pi. TERMS, $2.00 A YEAR. No Bebsorlptlons received for a shorter peried than three month. Correspondence solicited from .11 n.. of the country. No notice will be taken of uMwnjuauup aimmanicauoni, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TIOHESTA LODGE Xo. 309, I. O. of O.JP. MEETS every Friday evening, at T o'clock, in the Hall former) v occupied 7 the Oood Templars. . W. SAWYEH, N. O. 8. II. IIASLET, Soo'y. 27-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342, O. TJ. A.. M. MEETS t Odd Fellow Lodre Room, every Tuesday evening, at T eolook! IS.C.JOHN80N,R?-8r-bAWYKK'Ci1. jwt. irar. voaxL, OPTICS at Lawrence II ours, Tionesta, Pa., whirl be can be (bund at all times when nut professionally absent. M ly liR. J. E. ItLA JJfJB, OFFICE and residence In house former ly coenpied Dr. W inane. Office days, Wednesdays and Saturdays. 82tf 4. B. AONKW, W. C. LATHY, T1weU,Pa, Brit) Pa. AGJVEW & LATHY, Attorneys at Law, -...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 2 February 1876

W rCBUSHEB EVERT WEDS1CSDAT, BT W. Ii. DUNN. ITIOS CT ROBTKBOir 4 BOHNTE'S BUODIIO , JgJt BTB&ET, TIOKSBTA, Ti. TICRMS. 83.00 A YltATl. Wo S. ascriptions received for a shorter whd mm monuis. CartMnAtiilnnM -"1 I.. 1 1 1 it ' r ......... uwoowi ii'iinwi nam of tit ooun try. No notice wlU be taken of j wvwn 'II III UlUCnilUIIB, 1? BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TI0SE3TA LODGE iVo. 309, 'I. O. of O.F. MEETS every Friday evening, at T o'clock, Id the Hail Ibrnierlvoocupied Vy U Good Tomplurs. . tt n . - w- SAWYER, K. O. . II. II AGLET, Boo'y. J7-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342, ' O. U. .A.. M. MEETS at Odd FbIIcs4 Lodg Room, every Tuesday evenfiii;, t 7 o'olookj i.aiOHH80X,8W-BAWTEE'CiJ. . JX. WAI. VOQEL, OFFICI! at Lawrence Iloutfl, TioneaU, Pa., where ha can ba found at all time when not professionally absent. W 7 liR. JT. E. BLAISE, OFFICE and residence In house former ly occupied Dr. Winana. Offioedsye, Wednesdays and Saturday), 82tf el. . AO NEW, W. E. LATHY, Xbaarta.f ' Srls,?. Axajyisw a...

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. — 2 February 1876

Rarest $qmMfan. ' W. R. DTJNIf EDITOR. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 1, 1876. '.' A Trip to Silver Spring. Palatka, Fi.a., Jan. 24, 1876. The Ocklawaka ia a river rising in Lake Griffin in (he central part of Florida and flowinff a little East of North enters St. Johns river Dearly opposite the little village of Welaka, twenty-five miles above Falatka. From Falatka to Jacksonville is seventy-five miles, and from Jackson ville to the mouth of Ft. Johns river J aJjout twenty-five miles. y," j , In attempting to describe a trip "up the Ocklawaha," we are aware that our observations did not agree with tho rose colored account publish ed in Jlarper for January, and cau only say that we will faithfully nar rate it just as it appeared to us. We left Falatka at noon Jan. 18th, on the steamer "Okahumkee," a boat of about sixty-five tons burden. From Falatka to Welaka the St. Johns river will average about one half mile In width, and perhaps 30 feet in depth. . Much of the way the shores are low an...

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. — 2 February 1876

WtniBSDIT K0B51KC, FEB. I, 1876. BOnOUGH OFFICERS. Mnrpiu John Rrck. Oounnlmrn U. W, Robinson, 8. A. arnr, A. B. Kellv, a IT. Haslet, A, 11. rrri((ge, H. O. lv)n. ' futtlcet oth 7Voee D. 8, Knot, C. A. fcahdall. VonttabliH. Swsggart . Moot fhrtetnra 1. 8. Knot, H. O. Pa YU, 8. J. Woloott, B. It. Havlet, A. B. ielly. D. Clark. FORKST COUNTY OFFICERS. Pltlidnt Judg. I. Wtmoi. 'Mom. Dai.b, Kd- Jfortaf Juilgn Jos. U tilt KBHR. Trtaiwer 8. J. Sktlbt. VolAonoenry, Btgittmr t Rtordtr, r. J. W. Ci.ahk. Mhtriff JusTts SlAWIlf. nimmiiiioniri Km ISam.nr, Isaac Leo, John Rkck. Ottnfy unrnenaVmt H. 8. Baocic- WAT. DMrict AtfmntH. T. Tawiw. Vary l)iiMiuiumiri-ll, Z. Towmi, ViTMAH Cook. County Hurvmor T. T. COLLI KS. rin-ontr M. Ittbl. Js. Vountv Auditor Nicholas Thomf- ok. J. R. Nmi-i., II. A. Zi!inni.i,. Member of Conor Oko, A. Jaaas. Atfnblyi. 11. Aohbw. ZYwM XVatfta At TIO!f EST A STA'iTOX, on and afUr Pea. 1876 1 BOCTBT. TrUa tS - t:M a. m. ' " M p. ! KOBTB. Train M ? m- 11 m S:4i p, m. Train...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 2 February 1876

It ii remarked by soma writer that "excess of ceremony show) want of good breeding. Ibis is true. There is nothing so troublesome as overdone politeuess. - A truly well-bred man iu lies every person around him fuel at eao; Le docs not throw civilties about htm with a shovel, nor toss compli ments iu bundle as he would Lay with a pitchfork. There is no evil un der the sun more intolerable than- ul tra politeness. "How long have you been in En gland 1" was the question put by a young Englishman to a young Ameri can at a publio dinner in London re cently. "About two weeks," was the reply. "Really I" was the rejoiner of young John Bull; "and I notice you j talk our language as well as we do." "Yes," was the reply of Brother Jona than ; "I have not been here quite long enough to forget how to speak it." -An English penny paper says it is not generally known that a very ap propriate covering for the bed of a river may be made out of the sheets of water which abound in the adjacent meadows...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 9 February 1876

4 Rates of Advertising. Ono Square (I Inch,) one Inertlon $150 Ono Mipiaro " one month - - 3 00 Ono Square " three months - 6 00 One Square " one year - - 10 00 Two Squares, ono year - - 15 On Quarter Col. - - - . 80 00 Half " - . . . 60 00 One " " - . . 100 Legal notices at established rates. Marriage and death notices, gratis. All btlls for yearly advertisements erl loerod quarterly. Temporary advertise ments must be paid for in advance. Job work, Cash on Delivery. u runi.isnKu every wf.dnt.sday, by W. 11. DUNN. ELM STREET, TIONESTA, PA. TERMS, $2.00 A YEAR. Ne Rulwcrlptinns received for a shorter period tlmn three months. Correspondence solicited from nil parts of the country. No notice will bo taken of annonymous communication. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. VOL. VIII. NO. 43. TIONESTA, PA., FEBRUARY 9, 1876. $2 PER ANNUM. TIONESTA LODGE A'o. 37, I. O. of 0.1 MEETS every Friday evening, at 7 o'clock, In the Hull lormoi ly occupied by tho Good Templar. O, XV. 8AWVEB, N. O. S. It. HASLET, Ko...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 9 February 1876

A WOMIF.BU'I. KHCATE. The friends of Mr. FriU Zumatin, of Springliclil, Mass., reporter) lost in Ibe terrible Kremcrhaven explosion, liave just received letters anuotincing hi mirraculons escape, and giving a graphic description of the disaster ns he saw it, as fallows: A box of dynamnnite exploded. The box was on a wagon, and wag to be shipped with our steamer. Such a power had the explosion that evrcy body, say evreybody in the cities of Bremerhaven and Geestniude, were thrown down. Windows were broken at a distance of threo miles and even farther. Nearly evreybody on .board or near the steamer had his ears burst through the terrible din ; but my brother and I have uot a finger hurt. When the explosion took pluce I was down in the gangway of the steamer, and all at once I felt as though two canuou-DBiis were uonng mio luy ears, and then glass pieces, broken plates (I stood near the kitchen), door, beams and boards, all flew around me, but nothing hurt mo. When in this terrible fri...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 9 February 1876

Wbt &oxt$t $cpuMiara. W. R. DUNN EDITOR. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEB. 9. W6. H -iil . . I 1.1 Our Washington Letter. Special to the RK.rrBMi'AX. Wasiiinoton, D. C, Feb. 5, '70. The democratic reformer have epeut another week in trying to crip ple the diplomatic corpo, by making the appropriations so sum II that tho business of the country cannot be transacted. They have cut a button off the coats of tho boys at West Point, and reduced their rations so that tbe flesh will be mortified and their lives be moro godly, and now they are trying to bory the skeleton 'of our army, while they refuse any thing for purposes of defence. The ex-confederates don't like anylhiug connected with '.he army or uavy, and will do all the barm they can to both, M they fuild to whip "lira boys in blue" with muskets and bayonets, they now take their revenge by turn ing them adrift. Their special spite is against the officers; they know if these can be rendered inefficient there is nothing to fear from armies...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 9 February 1876

cr . BaUJbXUal Klill.lu, I LB. S, iStl. nonouGH officers. Omnrilmtnll. W. Robinson, . A. II. Varnor. A. It. Kelly. S. H. IJailct. A rrtnlo, II. O. Davis, Junficn of tA Yuea D. B. Knox, C. A. Randall. bj(ciM It. Swnggart tfcAoof &i'trtnn l. R. Knnr, If. O. Pa ri", 8. J. Wolcott, 8. n. Haalot, A. Ii. f llr, D,. plark. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. A-nideaf Judqe Ij. D. Wktmobr. 4Joria Jmlye Jo. U. DaI., Ed tID KKItR. IfV-eaitrer 8. ,T. RKTt.BT. A-(Aoorary, Ittgnltr dt Rteoriltr, J. W. Ci.akk'. (W;rif Jumti Hit awk r. Mimi.n'on- El.I IJERMJr, I ISA AC I.oko, John ItuaK. " Counfy Uupm-inlt mltnt U. 8. Bbock TAT. JJiatrirt Attorn S. I). Ikwiit. Jury CbwirmMionar H. Jfi. Towskr, fjTMAN Cook. Cbifnfy .Sufeyor T. D. Cot-UK. Coroner M. iTTEt., Jr. County J uf iro NlcnotAH TllOMf. MM, J. R. KBIt.1., It. A. 7,1-KNBHLt.. ' ' Urmbtrof Vongra -fino. A. JtiiU. ' 4tm6(y J. I). Aokkw. Time o Trn At TIONESTA STATION, on nd after J). 6, 1874 1 SOUTH. ' Train W ' .' S4 g:24 . m. 3:42 p. to. 0:24 A. m. 8:...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 16 February 1876

Ratos of Advertising. Ono Square (1 inch,) one Inertion - $1 0 One Sq intra " one month - 8 09 is ruBMsnr.D eveht wkdseodat, bt W. II. DUNN, tries nr robiusoh Boinrea'B buTlDiho ELM STREET, TIQHE8TA, PA. TERMS, $3.00 A YEAR. No Sulwcrlptlon received for a shorter pwied limn throe months. Correspondence solicited from all parts of the country. No nolle will ho taken of aanonyitinu communication. Une square three month - n uo One Square " one year - 10 00 Two Square, one year - - 15 On QunrtorCol. - '. . - 30 00 Half " . . . . M uo One " . . - 180 0 Igal notions at established ratos. Marriage and death notices, gratis. . All bills for yearly advertisements col lected quarterly. Temporary advertise, ments must ho paid for In advance. Job work. Cash on Delivery. VOL. VIII. ISO. 44. TIONESTA, PA., FEB11UAIIY 10, 187G. $2 PER ANNUM. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TIOUESTA LODGE jVo. 309, J&2J I. O. of O. If. MEETS every Friday evening, at 7 o'clock. In the Hull formerly oceupiod ty tba Hood Temp...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 16 February 1876

The late Roy. Daniel Isaac wag both a great wag and a great omnker. "Ha! thor you are," cried lady, who surprised him one day with a pipe in his month, "at your idol agaiol" "Ye, ma'am," replied be, cooly, "burning it." Why should the beehive be laVen an a symbol of industry f Not a beo is to bo Been all the winter long, while lite cockroach is up at five o'clock in the morning, and never goes to bed till midnight Let's change this thing. j A Scottish student, supposed to be deficient in judgment, was asked by a professor, in the coarse of his ex amination, how he would discover a fool. "By the questions he would ask," was the prompt and suggestive reply. ! They sav Mark Twain is to run for Mayor of Hartford. Hope he will be elected. Imagine his issucing an In augural in which the Board of Streots Commissioners are referred to as "baldhoaded reptiles." At a medical examination a young aspirant for a physician's diploma was asked "When does mortification en sue?" "When you propose an...

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