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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 29 March 1876

EDITOR, WEDNESDAY BOSMNC, MAR. 29. 186. J L .X L - - . . Republican State Counvention. RKprw.icAif Static "J COMMITTKU, isnCRO, Feb. 1, 1876. ) II ARRI8BCRQ, In pentiance of a resolution of the Republican Slate Cum mil tee, adopted at a meeting held in JIarrisburg this day. a Republican State Convention, to be coinnoscd of delegates from each Senatorial and Representative district, to the number to which such district it entitled in the Legislature, is here by called to meet iu the city of liar risburg, at twelve o'clock, noon, ou Wednesday, March 29, 1876, for the purpose of nominating an Electorial ticket aud of electing Senatorial and Representee delegates to repre sent the, State in the Republican Na tional Convention, to be held at Cincinnati, on the 14th day of June, 187. By order of the Committee, IIenrt'M. Hoyt, Chairman. A. Wilson Nobris, Secretary. Our Washington Letter. epaelal to the Rcblioaw. Washington, D. C, Mar. 24, '76. "Tempu muianter ei mot mutanter cum cum ellit,...

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. — 29 March 1876

She wt glfpM!fan. WEDNESDAY HORSING, MAR. 19, 1876. Lacytown Correspondence. - 24, 187C. BOROUGH OFFICERS. nvrpra3onn Rcck. BKeimei . VV, Robinson. 8. A. arncr, A, D. Kelly, N. H. Haslet, A. H. rrtrldcre, M. O. l)ais. .usdecs otif luce D. S. Knox, C. A. A.m.i.KI I. (JvnftnAfe If. Swn-'irart Huhool rureHorn I). H. Knot, IT. O. Ia- w, M. J. Woluott, 8. H. Haslet, A. 11. .auy, u. Clarlt. FOflKST COUNTY OFFICERS. Prtsidnt Judge tj. D. Wbtmor. WARrTKMii ir"J"' DAr,!' Eo- I'eak8 of good feeling .among the . , '.frecMurer S. J. Rktlhv "' Prothnnotary, Rrgitttr Recorder, te. v. W. Clark. - Southern Travels. - ... Lacytown. Mar. 24. 187C. W d Ed. Republic Merrill's Island must be unward o We failed in getting our letter to fifty miles in lftigth perhaps more, me post ornce last week, but will try On it ere two or tbree good planta ..... v.Siniuiio juu iiouj, anu one large orange grove, on your sure return to me "happy which is In litigation at present. The hunting grounds," but when reading ...

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. — 29 March 1876

N ItV WAMTEO TO BE AN ITOR. "IlaTe you htd any experience in the business V we asked of a verdant looking youth who applied for an edi torial position the other day. "Haven't I, though T" he replied, a he shoved ooe foot under hie chair to hide the uuskillful patching of a backwoods cobbler. "I should ear I'd bad some experience haven't l corresponded with Ths"Pumplinville Screamer for six weeks? Hain't that experience enough V , "That will do very well." we re plied, but when we take young men on our editorial staff w,e generally put them through an examination. How much is twelve times one T" 1 "Twelve 1" Why, any little boy ought to an " "Hold on, please don't he too fast who discovered America?" "Klunibust Pshaw, then questions is jnst as easy as " "Who was the first roan T" "Adam T Why, mister, I . know all" . "What was his other name?" "His other uame ? Why, he didn't have noBe." "Yes, he did. You see that's where we've got you. His other name was Ebenerer OEbenerer Adam, Esq....

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. — 5 April 1876

I r PUBLISHED ETEBY WEDNESDAY, BY " tt. 11. DUNN. friOB in BOTTWBOW BOHlfEE'8 B0TLDIH8 ELM 8TBKET, TIOHEBTA, Pi. TERMS, $2.00 A YEAR. No Subscription received for a shorter period than throe montln. Correspondence solicited from all part of the onuntry. No nolle will b taken uf annenyraotis communications. 111! IJ. i- BUSINE8S DIRECTORY. TIOITESTA LODGE Xo. SG9, O. of O. TP. MEETS every Friday evening, at 7 o'clock, in the Kali formerly occupied by the Good Tcmplnrs. O. W. BAWTER, N.O. S. n. H ABLET, Sec y. 27 -If. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342, o. tt. .a., jul. MEETS at Odd Follows' Lodge Room, every Tuesday vpning, at 7 o'clock. f. M, CLARK, C. P. A, VARNER, R. 8, 81 iif. irjtf. roaEL, OFFICEo pposite Lawrence House, Tlo. nosta. Fa., where he can he found at all timoa when not proremionally absent. 36 ly DR. J. E. BLAISE, OFFICE and residence In house former ly occupied Dr. Wlnane. Office daya, Wednesdays and Saturdays. S2tf I. B. AONEW, W. C. LATHY, TUseita, Pi. Brit, Pa. AGNEW te r,...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 5 April 1876

I Jill' JL.-l 1 J. 1 Y '-4 V r I M rUlll.lABED EVERY WEDNESDAY, BT VT. II. DUNN. rriOB IH ROKtlTSOH ft BOWrTES'S BUTLDIH8 ELM BTEEET, T10HE8TA, PA. YERMS, 2.00 A YEAR. !To Subscription received tor a shorter period than thro months. Correspondence solicited from all part at flie oountry. No notice will be taken of aniienynaoua communications. II U A ! L ; BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TI05JE3TA LODGE So. SG9, I. O. of O. F". MEETS every Friday evening, at 7 o'clock, In the Unit formerly occupied 7 UieUuod Templars. O. W. SAWYER, N. O. . IT. HASLET, 8eo-y. 27 -tt. TIQNESTA COUNCIL, NO. 842, O. TJ. J. MEETS at Odd Follow' Lodge Room, very Tunutv evening, at i o'clock. very Tuea'iay i Jf. M, CLARK, C, B.A. VARNER.R.B 81 i. wm. roast., OFFICEo ppoaite Lawrence House, Tlo nesta. Pa., whan he can be found at all times when Dot proreaalonally absent. M ly XIJS. J. E. BLAISE, OFFICE and residence In bouaa former ly occupied lr. Wlnan. Of0.ee dav, jtVedneeday and Saturday. 32tf 4. B. AONIW, W. C. LATH...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 5 April 1876

'She m$t $cpu!)Unm.. vV. IU DUNN EDITOR, WEDNESDAY HOBMNG, ATR. f, 18:6. FOR PR KSI DENT JOHN F. HARTRANFT, of Pennsylvania. Republican State Convention. HAitRiHBURQ, Mar. 29, 1876. The Republican Stato Convention met at uooo to day, and wni called to order by Col. Henry M. Hoyt, Chair mau of the State Committee. Maj. A. Wilson Noiris, of tlie same com mittee, read the Mel of delegates. Mr. W. II. Kountr., of Somerset, was chosen temporary Chairman. On taking the chair, . he spoke at some length, referring to the proud position Pennsylvania has held in the past in the politics of the country. The speaker claimed for Pennsylvania the prestige of naming the next President. A committee appointed for that pur pose then presented an excellent plat form, of which the following is the first resolution : Rciohed, That wo hereby reaffirm the platform adoptd by the Republi can State Couveuiion at Lancaster in 1875, and, in view of receut events at Washington, we emphatically endorse that part...

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. — 5 April 1876

f EDITOR. WEDNESDAY MORNING. AM, 4, 1876. FOR riUCSIDEXT JOHN F. HARTRANFT, of Pennsylvania. Republican State Convention. IIarrisburo, Mar. 29, 1876. The Republican Stato Convention met at noon to-day, and was called to order by Col. Henry M. Iloyt, Chair mau of the State Committee. Maj. A. Wilson Noiria, of the same com mittee, read the lict of delegates. Mr. Y. II. Kountz, of Somerset, was chosen temporary Chairman. On taking the chair, he spoke at some length, referring to the proud position Pennsylvania has held in the past in the politics of the country. The speaker claimed for Pennsylvania the prestige of naming the next President. A committee appointed for that pur pose then piesented an excellent plat form, of which the following is the first resolution : Resolved, That wo hereby reaffirm the platform adopt-d by the Republi can State Convention at Lancaster in 1875, and, in view of recent events at Washington, we emphatically endorse that part of it which demands "honest men...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 5 April 1876

WEDNESDAY JHORSIJiO, ATE. i, 1S7G.' BOROUGH OFFICERS. fiHraraiJonn Rrck. )uneitmen . V. Robinson, H. A. Tarncr, A. II. Uellv, 8. H. Haslet, A. 11. rartrldije, II. O. lavla. Justices of the iVacc D. S. Knox, C. A. RnnrUll. CVoufnMs IT. Swairjrart .SfcArcol Hivtetom l. H. Knot, II. O. Da rt, H. J. Wolnott, 8. H. Haslet, A. 11. fcolly. I). Clark. ORKST COUNTY OFFICERS. Pr'mident JudgeIt. D. Witmom, Atxocidta Judyci Jon. U. Dai.b, Ed fABn Kf.hr, 'VraJiurer S. J. Keti.ht. Pi-nlhnnotary, Ilfgistor it Seeorder, itc. D. W. Ol.ARK. iSktrlJT JllSTIS, SkawickT. (mitafiier Kt.i Itr.Fi.iM, Isaac fjnn, John Kkik. Ooinfy ,tuper(ntendentl. B. IlRiiCK WAT. J'ittriH AttornrS. T. Ibwii. Jury Amiiona- II. Z. ToWKKn, l.vvi f?noir. Oiunfy VnrvryorT. T, Collins. (Vron'cr M. Ittki., Jr. Ontinfy Auditor Nicholas ThoI o!. J. Tt. Nfii.i,, II. A. ZuKPDRI.?.. Mtmbcrnf Vnnare -CKO, A. Jbnks. ' Assembly J. U. Aohew. At TIONESTA STATION, on and after Deo. 6, 1876 1 . BOTjTn. Train Sfl . 0:24 a, in. " M 3:42 p. in....

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 5 April 1876

&cxtti gcpuMiom. WEDNESDAY W0R51SG, ATI. i, 1876. ' BOROUGH OFFICERS. JrjrfM Jonit Hkck. Cbnnr.itmen . W. Robinson, 8. A. Varncr, A. It. Kellv, H. II. Haslet, A. U. PsrtrlduP, II. O. Davis. Juxticrt of the J'tace D, S. Knox, C. A. TUnriall. OoutaMs II. Swsnp-srt AfcAaol lirc1or I. H. Knot, II. O. Pa H. J. Wolcott, 8. 11. Haslet, A. 11. Jiolly, I). Clark. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. PrrtMtnt JuitfeJj. P. Wa-TMonit. Aifciiitt Judy a ion, U. Dale, Ed- VARI1 KKRR. . Tminurtr S. J. Rkti.HT. Pi-ntltnnotan, Register it Recorder, ire. V. W. I'l.ARK. VAsriT JlTSTIM SlHAWKKV. Comnit.iionm Kui Hr.Ri.iw, Isaac ,oho, John Hki'K. Ounfy fiuperinttntlentl. 8. BnocK- WAT. tHntrift Attornejtfi. T. Inwii. Jury 'Viinmi'Mtoner II. iS. ToWHltn, I.tmak Cook. County Murvrior T. T). Co I.I.I Ms. Coroner M.Ittri., Jr. County Avtitor Niohoi.a TllojiF o. J. R. Nkii.l, II. A. .ritiDri.r.. Mtmbern Vonfrenn OKO, A. JUNES. ' Ataembly J. I). Askew, Time of Train At TIONF.STA STATION, on and after Deo. 8, 1876 : . B...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 5 April 1876

Dr. J. Walker's California Tin. egar J.illers nro a purely Yegotabla preparation, mado chiefly from tbo na tive herbs found on tbo lower range o( tie Sierra Nevada mountains of Cnlifor nia, tho inoriiriiial nropcrtlos of "which nro extracted therefrom without tbo use of Alcoliol. Tho question is almost Uaiiy asked. " What is tho cuuao of tla unpanillclcU success of Vixkgah Bit TKi:st" Our answer is, Hint tlioy roniOTO tlio cause of disease, mid tho patient re covers his lionltli. TUoy are the great blood ptirilicrnnd a lil'a-c'ivlng principlo, perfect Hcpovator and Invlgorator of tlie systajn. Novcr bofore in tho history of the world ha a medicine beta compounded posscMing the remarkable nalitios of Vi.vKoia IIittirr in healing th tick of every dieao man it heir to. They re a rentlo Pnrgaiivo a well u a Tauie, relieving Concestion or Inflammation ef the Liver anil Visceral Organs iu Bilious liaae - The properties of Da, Wamtkb's . Tiseoar Diitiri are Aperient Diaphoretic, CarutinaUr...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 12 April 1876

Rates of Advertising'. One Square (1 inch,) one Inertirm f 1 30 One Square '. one monUi ... M One Square " tbroo months - 8 00 One Square " one yonr - - 10 60 Two Squares, onoyoar- - - 15 Or, Quarter Col, . " ...... - 1 oe Half " " - - - - M 00 One " " - . , lea na Legal notices at established rater). Marriage and doath notices, gratis. All bills for yearly advertisement ool lccted quarterly. Teniporarv advertiae nients must be paid for in advance. Job work, Cash on Doliverv. tlefmlplicait. i PUBUauKD evi;ry Wednesday, by :- .sr: Tt, DUNX. ' " rrici iir Ronrraos bonnek'S build nra ELM BTKEET, TIQMEETA, PA. . ' TKRMS, $.00 A YEAR. - No ulwrlptlons recnivod fur a shOrtar period than three month. Correspondence solicited from nil parts of Uit country.' No notice will be Ukeu of annmiyreoti rvmmnnh-atlnn. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. VOL. IX. MO. 2. TIONESTA, PA., APRIL 12, 187G. $2 PER ANNUM. TIONESTA LODGE So. soo, I.O. of O.I Friday evening, at 7 tiYeets 1L O'clOl V urn Uoi OYnrv loi'k. In i ...

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. — 12 April 1876

EDITOR. WEDNESDAY M0R5LNB, APR. 1J, 1S76. FOR PRESIDENT JOHN F. HAKTRANFT, of Pennsylvania. Southern Travel. At 4 o'clock we weighed anchor, and having taken Paget'a boat in tow at this point, did not sail as fast, with the same wind as we Lad formerly done. We passed Fort Tierce before dark, but there -is nothing there to in dicate its existence, except a few old tumble-down shanties,- which were evi dently used as barracks during the Seminole War. Farrell made up his mind that lie would run the boat all. night, to make up lost time, so shortly after dark Pa get and oursolf curled up on the thwarts, and wrapping our blankets about us, slept as best we could, until morning. Awakening, we found ourselves in St. Lucie Bay, quite a large and beautiful sheet of water at the mouth of St. Lucie River. The bay was literally covered with ducks and coots, who were evidently stran gers to civilized life, as our presence did not seem to frighten them. We gave them a lesson however, which cost ...

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. — 12 April 1876

Ml1 L.' -J WEDNESDAY HORSING, ATR. II, 1876. ' ' BOROUGH OFFICERS. ' Burqexi Jon Rccic. (Smnoilmcn . W. Robinson, S. A, Varner, A. B. Kellv, K. H. Haslet, A. IX Partridge, M. O. Davl. Jtuiiac oth Peace D. S. Knox, C. A, Randall. , OmttahleM, SwsRgart fHool frirtctor. H. Krrnx, H. O. Div H. H. J. Wolcott, H. n. Haslet, A. B, Jtolly. D. Clark. FOR F.ST COUNTY OFFICEPvS. Pretttlent JvtlftL. P. Wtmohf. Uieei'af J m)yciiu. O. DaI.k, Ed TARD KltRn. 'VciMurer S. J. HKTI.BT. I'rothnnotarj, Hrgiatcr it Jiccorilttr,c. Sheriff Justis Shawkkt. CbmmuMiVmrrs Eli Burmk, Isaac MHO, JOHW KKCX. County .SWet-inffticfent U. 8. BnocK- WAT. ' District Attnrntu 9. P. Irwix. Jury Comrm.iimer If. S5. ToWjfEn, l.YM AK ITOOK. (Yunty HHrvryorT, T. CoLLlK. '. Ou onev M. Ittf.l. Jr. Vountv Auditors Nicholas. Thomp- OK, J. It. NRILL, II. A. ZnENDKM.. Mambern Vonifrrss G no. A, Jbn'ks. ' Assembly I. B. Aomw, Time o ZVafoa At TIONESTA STATION, on and after xu. a, ja, o i SOVTH. Train M . 0:24 a. in. I u M . - - . 8...

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. — 12 April 1876

Vl-.kJ-!-....l.'l '-L-' -J.1-. AN BNUINEKIfW STORT. Away to (he south atretchetl the bleak Pennsylvania wilderness, unin habited save by a few woodmen, the panther, the deer and the boar. Tbe solitude seemed like that of a desert, and the t raining, ascending locomo tive like a gigantic wheezy pioneer. "There's a right-down romance, or tragedy, or whatever you may call it," said the engineer, "attaoheu to this hill. And 1 was the least of s hero in it. As there was a woman in it, though, I must tell you that I'm a married man." "All right. ' Go ahead with tie story." "One night about four rears ago, and just about this month, the engi neer continued, "I was coming down this bill with (considering the sea son) a pretty heavy train. At AV-ilkesbarro over in tho valley which you'll soon see ajoting lady bad got aboard in my engine. She wanted a night rido and was put on by the superintendent. She was a perfect lady, and her mother was in one of the cars, back. To tell tho honest truth ...

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 April 1876

HODUHHKD ETMY WBDTtiMDAT, BY , . W. 11. DUNN. . triOI I BOHTKaOK & BOKITEH'8 BUTLDfRO - ELM STREET, TIQHE3TA- PA. TERMS, $2.00 A TEA It. If a Babaoiiption received, for 8 shorter parted than thro months. -, ' Ca-repondauoe aollolle.1 from all part of lb eoorury. No notice will b taken of aannyioua communication. 1 .,. i ' ' BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TI03TE3TA LODGE , Xo, 8(19, T. O. of O.F1. MEETS every Friday evening, at T o'flook, In the Hall formerly occupied Vy tha Uood Templars. U. W. SAUTTER, N. O. . H. HASLET, Bao'7. S7-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. S42, MEET at Odd- Fallow' Lodge Room, vary Tuesday evening, at 7 o'clock. P. M.CLARK, C. C. A. TARNER, R. 8. 81 DR. Wit. TOOEh, OFTICEo ppoailo Lawrence Honse, Tlo nesta, Pa., where ha ean ba found at all time whan not professionally absent S8 1y ;,.... . , DR. J. E. BLAISE, . OFFICE and rmldenc In house former ly occupied Dr. Wlnana. UfSoa daya, Wededaye and Saturday. (2tf 4. . AONCW, W. C. LATHY, "I Hn i Ha, fa. Brit, Pa. Attorney at ...

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. — 26 April 1876

. . . , . . t -Vt. R.,VVSX - - - . EDI'VOK. WEDNESDiT MOSSING. JIPE. C. 1S?. mlu J. J 1' ... i i FOHl'KKSIDENT, . "JOHNF, MARTHA NIT," 1 of PcnnijlTftniA. Our Washington Letter. 'i Ppcoial to Lho RwciMfiK. . : ' .'.is. Washington; . C.j ArrtL 21, 7 !.A-. rigid explana&n 'it tie ata J eombd of the wo'i . a herein U . the rejoctei tlieo"' "d errors of . buroao govcrhrriMits are deposited, awajr from , the v8 of the present generation of iik or, diligent search atnoog the , Je'ri of our recent rebellion contain ed iu tbe eepulchere of lho "lost cause" , would fail tu produce a more mituhiev ousor. odious, doctrine, or one that .Has been more uniformly condemned hy the intelligent and loyal masses of '. thi Republic than that resurrected .by -Tucker of Virginia, during the debate in tbe House on tbe adoption of tbe minority report of the Judiciary Committee iu . the Hallet Kilbourn '. case. , It appears that Tucker as At , torney General of that State, shortly before tbe war, decide...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 26 April 1876

fcOROUGH OFFICERS. Jturpttt 3a Rfcoa, VouneUmtnH. W. rtoblnn, S." A . Varnnr, A. Bt Kelly, S, . Haslet, A. II. yartrldao, H.. Davis.- Juttint oiA. -rVara-D. . K!1M, cv. Randall. J . . -. 1.... !..- . vnaiwuiqii, OWMTtftri l i t... fohoQl Birtelart l. a r., ir n rw uweiimg House and coot, J&lUCUrkT'" 8' " U,"'0,, A'' flM T,,e followinX receipts are ucsuowieugeu. Thanks. llio subscriber tnkes this mctLod of presenting his sincere thank to neigh born and frauds ritraliyfoe.th prompt and liberal mil, in donations of money aud ..articles ef JbouashoJd goods; in relis'f of the distressed condi tion of myself nod family, occasioned by (he almost total destruction of ruy hereby FOREST COUNTT OFFICERS. rrU1tM TWae t,, t: WtcTMonF. tabi Kt:nn. ' Tram-r&. 3. SRTt.rv. - ' Jy"",HO,arV Hrgitfr di Recorder, D. W. (.'!. hr. ,. , . Mttrttr-tJMtrttn'iStuxmkKr.' ' CjmmittionrrtK.Lt llEKLIX,' Isaac Lowo.'JoRJf TKkvK. Vannty ,Su)trrintrntmtS. H. BnocK vav. ,-t-:-" jh- -t JHltrirt AUornev S. T. l...

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

Painting,, sPaper Hanging &c, EH. CHASK, of Tlonwlt, offer Ma aer"oes to those in need of , . PA!rtTT0, - ' CKAJWnfO, ' ' . ( CAlKTMTWrHO- SIXIKO A VAWKTRHIMO, - . KHJN WKITINO, PAPER HANGING, . - . AND CARRIAGE WOKK.. Work promptly attended to and ' ; HtIfh.otloi Gaarantrtnl. 7 Mr. Chase will work In the country when deei rod. l$-tf. , MIW. C.BI. II55ATII, DRESSMAKER, Tionosla, Pa. TUTUS. HEATH ha recently moved to 1A toll place for the purpose of meeting want which the ladlee of the town and coonty have for a king time known, that of baring a dressmaker of experience among them. 1 am prepared to make all kinds of dresses In the latest styles, and r;iiarantee satisfaction. 8tamplng'fbT braid ng and era broidery done in the best man jinr, with the newest pattern. All I ask is a fair trial. Residence on Water Street, In the house formerly occupied by Jacob Shrlver, . ,,,,, ni . a , 14U '' Frank Rtbblns, PHOTOGRAPHER, rm'! (ocwaom to dkmtko.) Picture In vry style ef the art. Views...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 3 May 1876

fit Rarest $qnMta. IS PVTlMMrfiD EVEP.Y Vt'ETmiXDAY, BY W. 12. DUNN". TTICE IH R0BTII3011 A MH ITER'S BTJttDIlTa - ELM STRUET, TI0SE3T4, PI. 1 ' - m a . ' t. sTlIUMH, A YE All. ! K RillwMpHtini receWod for a aharWr Jo) 1 tl thmi tllroe months, 'ftoneKiVitidrnen "licJlod from all port of (hi' country. NolioilcS will ho taken of miiiTmi)iii roinmmiii ation. mTr,.,M. .m.mMnm,,, i i . i i -BUSINESS 6IRECTORY. TIONESTA LODGE JVo. 30'J, MEETS . rrnry . Friday or oil inn, t 7 o'clock. In till formerly occupied Vy tlio Uood Toirinlars. 8. If. HASLET, Sec'y. . 27-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342, : O. U. .A.. M.! MEKTR ot Odd Follows' Iidgo Itnom, every Tuesday evening, at i o'clii:k. 1. M. tliAKK, V, . A. VARXKK, It. K. l i;. wm. vovel, OKFlCEo pposite Lawrence House, Tin. ticata, I'., where lio can be found at U tluiua w hen uot professionally absent. 30 ly lUt.J.E.JiJjAiyV, OFFIC15 and residence In liniw former Ir octnuied Or. Winnna. Oflioe days, Wednesdays anil Saturdays. ' S'.'tf 4. U. AO...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 3 May 1876

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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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