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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 25 October 1876

t ; :YEMnoiV MOEMSQ, OCT. H, 1871. nOROUGH OFFICERS." TtiM-tfr. JotiN A. Dai.k. ; . fyu'ncitiHenl. W, Kobinaon, H, A. Vhviht, A. If. PaWrhWe O. W, Sawyer, i J, Vail Ginwm, W. J. Roborta, Juxilc.rt of the J'cacel). S, Khok, C. A. Hiindall. f.tmsMoc It. Hwn'fcnrl -Vcioo IHrtrtnrx II. II. MllV, II. O. Pn VK 8. tt. llaalet, A. B. Kelly, G, W. Rob inson, T. J. Van GloHcn, FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. PreMdcut Judge, I. Wktmork. ' Asxnrial JudycsJott. G. Da I B, Ko WAHD IvKUR. , Tioixurerd. J. Skti.KT. Prolhonotary, Riyiater t lleoQritertc. D. W. CunK. &'Arrf--Jt;ilTU SlTAIVKKY. Oimmi-tiowT Kn P.KIU.IN, Imaac Lono, .lontf KKcif. Ouunty fSuptrintendtnlW. H. HnocK- WAY. IHMrict AttornryH, T. Inwiv. Jury f 'ommi.iiuMi 11. ',. ToTTNKR, LYMAN OooK. Omwf.tf Purveyor T. P. CoM.IUH. Oonrr M. Ittki., Jn. f.toiiMfy .4it7or Nictioi.a Thomp son, .1. It. Nril.l,, H. A. ZuuitDHUi, Mcmbtrof n7iT.i--Gno, A. Jknkh. .!jumfcry-J. It. Aa.tKW. JVme 0 Train At TIONKSTA HTATION, on and after July 2, 1876. KOVTIt...

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. — 25 October 1876

i I go C7 ne an on w K 1 X 1 1 J ft tho Tr .Th Discontented Voter. The diicontented voter grumblei Icckuso taxes are bo high ; so he pro pose to vote for the Jartj which mda the waf and thai caused the hish taxes, - The discontented voter grumbles because the Republican part sup ports the spoils ejetcm ; so ho propoa- sif vo Yuie iur met jj.ui wuitu iiivcu i jj ted the spoils s jBiem. . Tba discontented voter complains of the operations of O&kea Ames and the Credit Mobilicr; to ho will vote for Samuel J. TilJen, whoso cunning advice enabled Ames to execute his Schemes. ' ' The discontented voter has a horri ble suspicion that Blaine made $75, 000 oat of railway shaies ; so he must vote for Tilden, who has gobbled up from $3,000,000 to $6,000,000 in rail road wrecking. i . - The discontented voter imagines that the country will be mined if Eontwell and Chandler be allowed to electioneer so much bo he will escape this evil by joining , the party whose conventions are controlled by...

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 November 1876

is rvri ;ltki EvrnY WEDSnsnxT, rsY W. I?,. DUNN. ' Omen 'f ROBTTTROTT 4 HOJTTOR-a BUTLDINO ELM STREET, TIONESTA, FA, TERMS, ?2.(J0 A YEAR. T n bscriptlons received for a tthortor pet uimi thrpo months. ( fV i i -r pondonco solicited from iSH pnrts ort , .imtry. Nonotjen will hey taken of no'n i, .oils communications. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TOTESTA LODGE . - v TV,. UlS't. . KJ. Ot JLT. 1 T ' ' I' i"'' ''every Friday l 'oek,tn the Hall foi " Mho Good Templars. evening, nt 7 rnierly occupied . O. A. RANDALL, N. O. H. H. HASLET, Sco'y. 27-tt f TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 312 i O. TJ. IMT. MEETS at Odd Fellows' Ixidgo Room, every Tuesday evening, tit 7 o'clock. ' . I'. M, I'LARK, C. ;fU.VARXKI,ll.S. 31 J. F. ?II.AIN, M. I, ft. A. lronKRT, M. . Y'i'AlSr. C F.GItlZllT, (V'FICE nnd residence In house formor J ly occupied Dr. Winans. Office days, Wednesdays and Saturdays. 8'Jl T E. L. Davis, ATTORN ICY AT LAW, Tlonosta, Ta. Collections niado in this and adjoin ing counties. 40-ly . J. D. ACNEW, W. E....

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. — 1 November 1876

W. 1?. DTJNiSr. t-w niiu,i;r, tionehtA, PA, TERMS, $2.00 A YKAU. ino RtiUfterfptlotis received for a Khortor period than three month. Correspondence soliciled from Aft rBrts flfftiM nm I i I .... XT.. i . . 1 anonymous communications. ,,,... DUSINESS DinECORY. - i . TIOJtaTA LODGE 5 b-V . Xo.iW). - --.V . S. ' " 4 ------ - - 7 . C T O of O. TTV 1 rrvTci rrvTO "... . . Erldny evening, nt 7 i - O f Lock, in tli ellall formerly occupied ' t Uio Uood Templars C. A. RANDAL! H. ir. HASLET, Seo'y. N. O. 27-tr. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342 o. tj. Al. :m:. r TEETS at Odd Fellows' Idgo Room, every jueminy cveiilntr nt 7 o'clock. 1 M, I'LARK, C. R. A. VARNER, It. S. SI -J. K, ltr.AINJP, M. l )i. A, KonKRT, M. D. C EGBEltT, iSrriCK nnd residence In house fbrmer- J ly occupied Dr. Winnns. Office days, Wednesdays and Saturdays. 8Jtr E. L. Davis, ATTOUNEY AT LAW, Tlonosln, PA. . Collodions made, in this and adjoin Ineountic. 40-ly J. B. ACNEW. W. E. LATHY, TloMt,P. Erie, Pa. VOTVI3AV Jto LATHY, AUort...

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. — 1 November 1876

w. r. DUNN KDITOR. AVEDTiESDAT JIORMNG, SOT. t, 1876. .Republican National Ticket. roil PRESIDENT RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, of Ohio. FOR VICE PRESIDENT WILLIAM.A. WHEELER, of New York. JZLKCTORS. AT LAROK BENJAMIN HARRIS RREWSTKR. JOHN W. C11ALFANT. 1. JOHN WKUSIT, 2. HENRY lII'ON, 3. CHRISTIAN J. HOFFMAN, 4. CHAKLK.S THOMPSON JONES, 5. EDWIN H. FITLKli, 6. JOSEPH W. BARNARD, 7. RKNJAMTN SMITH, 8. JACOB KNARR. ). JOHN R. WARKEL, 10. JOSliril THOMAS, 11. A1UO PAURFiK, 12. LEWIS FUGUE, 13. EDWARD S. SILLIMAN, 14. WILLIAM O ALDER, 15. MILES L. TRACY, Hi. S. W. STARK W K ATI 1 1SR, 17. DANIEL J. MORKELIi, 18. JEREMIAH LYONS, 19. WILLIAM HAY, 20. WILLIAM CAMERON, 21. J. . DONLEY, 22. DANIEL O'NEILL, - 23. WILLIAM NEED. 24. ANDREW B. REROER, 25. SAMUEL M. JACKSON, 26. JAMES WESTERMAN, 27. AW. W. WILBUR. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Congress, GEN. HARRY WHITE, of Indiana County. For State Senator, JSIAJ. HENRY WETTER, of Clarion County. For Assembly, J. R. AGNEW. For Di.strict;Attorncy, S. D. ...

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. — 1 November 1876

r- -""7 VEDXESDATMORXIJSG, KOT. 1,186. BOnOUGII OFFICERS. WteryrM Joitn A. T)ai.k. v.vMNCir.mpn . W. UnliiiKn A yr' Justice of the J'cacnl.. H If tin f A -AVil MUitll. tS 1.11 ' : .vhjntl)frector-l,. It. May.Tr. O. Da yi, W. rt Haslet, Av ji. KollyiU. W. Hob inson, T. J. Van yieson. t-h . forest county officers. r.-giiirnt Ju(foclj. T). Wktmokh. Kissoriata Jwlqc .To. (J. Dam:. En- r wa nr Kkhr. TrctmircrH. .1. Skti.ky. lothnnul'ir)l, Register Jt Recorder, itc 1). W. UliARK. Sheriff .Tumtis hawkey. Comiiiixxiortrrt 1Jl,I IjKni.irf, IhAAC Lopm. John ItKric. (lunty tiiipcrintcnilcnllX. S. ISnocrc- W A Y. JUntrirl Attorney H, P. Irwiv. Jin (lommisnionert II. Z Towxmt, l.YMAN (!onK. County NurveinrT. T. CoLI.lNS. 'owner M. Ittkt,. Jn. iUtnntv AuiiitortSlcncfLAH TlfOMr- SOW, J. K. NK.IT.Ij, II. A. .l.'KSDRUi. Hcmberof (knqrrHX--ilm, A. Jknk.h, AMmbtyJ. 15. Aunkw. Tme o Train At TIONESTA STATION, on and after Jniyz, l70. BOUT1K Train 22 " 61 Train 63 21 0:5."i a. 6;00 p. in. NORTH. 0:5.1 n...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 1 November 1876

TILDEN'S CANDIDATE. In 1S0S John T. Hoffman, then Mayor of New York city, und of conm a member of the ring, as lie was a great friend of Tweed und Til den, was fraudulently elected Govern or of the Empire State. On this oc casion twenty thousand Spurious votes were smuggled in, giviDg the State to Democrats. Mr. Tiidcti wa chairman of the Denocratio State Committee, ' and the famous circular in regard to his election was signed by him. He denied all agency in issuing it when the fraud was discovered, but he did oot attempt to prosecute those who, ' according to his disclaimer, had frged his Dame. He might have safely done so, for the courts were in the ring, and the trial would have been a farce, as Mr. Tilden must have been aware; and it is surprising that a man of his cunning did not, feeling secure, play the whole thing out. The circular re ferred to is as fbUows i Rooms or tiie Dem. State Com. October 27, 1868. My Dear Sir: Tlease at once communicate with sotne reliable person i...

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. — 15 November 1876

is rvnuKUF.n every Wednesday, bt W. U. TMJXX. orncE is robitoow bonnee'9 uinLDraa ELU BTHIXT, TIOTTESTA, PA. TF.RMS.friOO A YKAU. ' "Xo Stitwriptlon received fof shorter rewind than three month. Correspondence solicited from nil part ' nf lli country. No itotico will Ins taktn of anonymous communication. 'I. .'.J-. .' 1 . BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TI02TESTA LODGE - Xo. :iwf I. O. ofO.I MKKTS every Friday evening, nt 7 o'clock, In the. 1 1 nil formerly occupied t thcliood Templar. (V A. IIAXDAU 8. It. IIASLF.T, Sec'y. a. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 42 O. XT. -A.. HuT. 'BfiY.TN nt Odd Fellow' Iiodite ltoom, 'l cvcrv Tucsdsv evening, at 7 o el J M. CI.AltK, o'clock. C. SI H. A. VA UN Kit, Tt 8. J. K. iii.ainf.. m. n. n. a. vonFRT, D. It LA IX 1! e KGllKJl r, 0T iFFlCl' and residence In hoiine. former- Iv occiivled lr. Wlnnn. Office day, Wcdnosduv mid Saturday. .IJIf E. L. Davis, A TTOltNF.Y AT I, AW, Tioncsta, ra. A Cot ItN-t Ion made In thin and adjoin- liiK roHiitic. 40-ly J. B. ACNCW, W. E. LAT...

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. — 15 November 1876

EDITOR WEDNESDAY M0RX1SG, ROY. 15, 1876. THE SITUATION.' We have read the papers ol boll political persuasions, and we have also patieutly conned the ' columns of tho so-called "independent press," and up to this time wo uro unable iooro- opinion as to who is to be our. nef t President.. If we take the word of the Democratic Press, Mr. Tilden is elect ed. If the Republican Press Is believod Hayes is the roan. . "We clip the fol lowing in rtgaid to the question from oe of the ablest Republican papers In the State, the Pittsburgh Gazette! " We recognize the fact that the most intense anxiety is full relative .to the political situation, and we will do our best to afford finch light as the the news, received up to the present, will admit. Both political parties lay claim to three States Florida, South Carolina and Louisiana. If the Re publicans niwe three of these States they elect' J-heir candidates; if the Democrats have one of them they r successful. , Both are struggling : with 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. — 15 November 1876

Wit Jotoi' gfpuMta. ' BOROUGH OFFICERS. Jiur&e .Toil A. IlAT.K. 0nrf;hrn O. W. Robinson, H. A. varner, a. 11. raririiiKO, w. v. Sawyer, T. J. Van (lloson. W. J. Roberts. Juttiret of the Peace U. S. Knox, C. A. Randall. nonstable IT. Swaggart School Mreetor.iil. If, Muv, IT. O. Ia , H. rf. HiiHlot, A. 11. KcllyU. V. Rob inson, T. J. Van Olcson. , t mm FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. President Ij. D. 'Wrtmork. Atociat Jmtycjj Jos. Q. Dai. a, Ki- WAIID KKRB. Treasurer S."J. Sktlkt. Prolhonofary, Rerjixter if- Recordmr, fe ll. W. Ci.Anic. ' Sheriff Justin 8n AWK KT. 0Hmiionrr'-Kl.l 11 Kit MX, lHAAO Lino, John RKf?K. ' Oiunfy Superintendent II. B. BrtocK- " WAT. r JHttriet A tlortieyH. I). Irwin. Jury Commiinncr4ll, 'A. Townkr, T.than Cook. fVimfy Surveyor T. T, CoT.t.ms. fAron!r M . Ittkl, Jr. (unty Avditoi Nicholas TnoMr on, J. it. Nkit.l, U. A. ZrKNDKl.l,. Member of C!nnare.ilr.ci. A. Jk.nks. .AemMjjJ. IJ. Aa.tKvr. 7Vn o Train $ 'At TIONFJ3TA STATION, on ami after ifnly 2, 1876. Hotmr, Tt...

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. — 15 November 1876

Martin Tine waa trtcJ in ITenJer- too, Ky., fur an assault, and the law- - jtt who defended hini doomed it polite to ay that bo was cowardlj. Mr. l'ine publishes this card : "I would an nouoce to th citizens of Henderson and especially to a lerncd gentleman who pronounced mo a coward before jury, that if lie will toko the troublo to select his friend and repnir on the other side of the river, the matter can asily bo decided who is the greater cwfd of the two." ; ' , A young lady recently, started a real, estate agency in Chicago, and cleared 1500 in the first month. Oa the same street is the office of Miss Ellen Culver, for eight years tho Chi- .. cago mensgcr of the largo real estate -business done by the Baltimore mill ionaire, Mr. Hull. Miss Culver has 300 tenants in charge and collects her rent promptly, without making enemies among thoso who have to pay, which , u more than men could do. , - f - " ' A California raaa itm marrlad in double-quick time the other day. Taking his af...

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. — 22 November 1876

I 1, 11,1 iiainiw -ion I, j I 1K I rUBLIHUKD KTERY WEDJCEflDAT, 1JT V. It. DLXNN. orrcoB nr Ronnrsmf 4 B-rnrei'a butldiko ELK BTRKST, TICS EST A PA. TERMN, f2-00 A YKAIl. No f ulxHirlptloni received for a ehorter frlei than three months. Correspondence solicited from all part of the country No notion will bo taken of anonymous communication. ji.11 '..".'j. , ... QU5INE89 DIRECTORY. TIOOTSTA LODGE No. SGO, I. O. of O. TP. 1 TttKTS everr Frldav evenlna-. at 1 ill o'clock, In the Hall nnerly occupied the wood Templar. C. A. RANDALL, X.O. . H. HASLET, SWy. 27-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342 1 O. TJ. .A.. 2s. MEETS at Odd Fallows' Lode Room, every Tuesday evening, at 7 o'clock. 1 M. CLARK, C. B. A. VARNER, IX, 8. 31 J. H. m.AIR, M. I. It. A. KORKRT, M. D. fYTlVV. and residence In hotiao former- J ly occupied lr. Winana. Office day, T Miicwdaya and Nat unlay. ZJXl E. L. Davis, A TTORNEY AT LAW, Tloneata, Pa. -TV. Collection mado In Ing eountlna. thia and adjoin- 40-ly TIiU,P. Sri, Pa, AGNEW...

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. — 22 November 1876

W. R. Dt2Trf. - - .-EDITOR. WEDXKSDAt KOLMllljt KOT.-tJ, Mi. THE SITUATION.-! , i T . tit t 1 1 ' ' i ' , Notwithstanding the fact' that more tbanr two weeks hveMcd tiine the rre8tdcntiai, electionJiiw,4Kt i yet known, which .candidate carried a ,ma- jority of the lectors. The situation is Co' fat haaged that South' ClarolinV ' official'tote gives IIayc9 tlie, Hectora of that Stat, i jn Louisiana, the count . is now coins on. ; voder the; eyes J of nrnim iivi i a 11 im uim u uinu u iiu rn - 1 ties, with Ihe probabilities in - favor of Hayes". 'Hie result after all! sooras Ao bioee ou 'Florida, ,', The Democrats daim to have official and: semi-official - roturns from nearly all the -counties of tbe State,' which gircs the State "to , inuen. ( Ane ivepuoiicaDa are couu kat, that even . in the event of the vote as returned' giving the Sutq to ' Tilden.'they can prove enough fraudu- letit returns to tuange me result, ii '' ia probable that the result may not be Jinown to a certainty, fo...

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. — 22 November 1876

She $crwt cpuMinro; jionDUcii orncicfts. ; tMrfJo A. DaI.k. ; ttowneffmcn . W. Rblnon, K. A. Varner, A. It. Partridge. . W. Sawyer, T. J. Van Oieann, W. J. Ilobarta. jMtiet of the Pertee I). 8. Knox, C. A. JTUndall. Oonntable-li. Swaggart Si-hoot Director- II. II. May, II. O. Da. Tin, 8. n. If nslot, A . n. Kelly, O, W. Rol iuson, T. J. Van Ulesen. , FOREST COUNTY OFFICKIS. Frdcnt Judge 1i. I. WrtoR. ' ' A ( JtuffftlJot. O. pAi.R, Kd- ' mko Kerr, ' .1 TreanHrtrS. J. SktleT. ; ' Prothonotary, Rcgitltr fc Recorder, cf c. J) W. ClAItK, . ehrrir .Tustia Bwawkisy. ' CowwniJMionem ELI HKni.IN, Isaac YeKo, John Hkck. tfettnry tiuperintenilent U. S. Brock- 1TAT. , IiUrirt A ttorncy H. T. I rwin. ry OnmmijonrH. Z. TownRn, Lyman Cook. Oounry NurvrynrT. T. Collins. Oronr M. iTTF.r., Jr. Oounfv mfitor Nicholas Thomp 0o. J. It. Xicn.i., II. A. Zvf.ndki.t.. Mtmbrrof ConftrcMOw, A. Jjcxkr. 4imfy J. II. AflXKvr, Time of Train At TIONESTA STATION, on mid after Jnly J, 1878. ; Train 12 " M Train 5S "...

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. — 22 November 1876

Brt ,nrtV Nrciti'ioilitritire 5s till worked in tho Rocky mountain prcsfl, ftnd aomoUmes with rood deal of succets, H9 in this little article fro 01 the Gold Hill Kevt: . Llinkenberry got a letter front Lis brother in the east, and handed it to his wife to read, as the campaign ba inflamed his eyes painfully. Among other thiols, the good lady read : "You would not know dad now, Brutus ; the old boy's hair is as white as snow, and be is so daf that conversation with him is quite Impossible. lie. gives all his ti mo 16 fending and playing checkers. He was 75, day before yesterday, and you will be glad to hear that he lias stopped driDking." "There, Brutus ; there's an example for you. Your father has iren up the rice of the v ine cup ; there's an example 1" "Yes, Mariar," said Blinkenberry, with a filial tier in his worn eyes; "yes, Mariar, so it is ; just wait till I'm 75. n.Tw" I'll ttisrnunt Ilia old man." Ton minutes afterward, when Blink onWy chalked hi? cvts at the Fashion s:ilo...

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. — 29 November 1876

m f UOLISUED EVERY WEDNESDAY; BY W.R.DUNN. OFFICE 15 ROBIK80H & BOWiTEK'8 BTJILEIIKJ ELM STREET, TIONESTA, FA. , TETtMH, $2.00 A YEATt. : No Subscription received for a shorter pwioa iimn uiree mouths. ; Correspondence nolle! ted from nil rtnrt of tho Country. No notice will be taken of anonymous commun lent ions. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TIONESTA LODGE No. 369, I. O. of 0.1?. MEETS every riiUy evening, nt 7 o'clock, In tlio 1 Tall formerly occupied by the Oood Trtiinlmn. C. A. .UANDALL, N.O. ' ft. II. HASLET, Scoy. , 27-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. S42 EKTS t Odd FelhrwV Lodgo ltoom, every iuesuny evening, at i o ciock. 1". PI. lliAUA, U. a. vai:ne". p. S. . 31 j. K. IHA1NK, M. I. TX. A. KOHERT, M. D, jiLAiSW c F.anmu OFFICE and r1ltll1',n('e house former ly rcupiad D.r WiimiiH. Office day, Wmhicdy mil fcaturdays. 'HX K. L. L"avls, - . ATTOItNEY AT LAW, Tlonesta, Ta. Collection inarlo In Jhls and adjoin liiK counties. 40-ly J. D. ACNEW, W. T. LATHY, Tlonerta, Fa. Ue,Pa. . Ac' L.ATIIY, ...

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. — 29 November 1876

Y -p o' tl a r, p t . k ' h d . r 3 9 t t W. IU DUNN -- " EDITOR. VUmUl KORMSG, KOT. 19, 1876. THE SITUATION. : i -Ai regard a the iroeidcnunl qucs .lion, the situation is tlnchaDged. We do not kno whq received ft majority of electors on the . 7th inst., and we guen nobodj else docs. When , the thing is settled we will tnnouuee. tha -Tesolt. " -' . . There are democrats in every city, town, tillage, hamlet And neighbor hood in tbo Northern States, who pre tend to believe that there is no intimi dation, terrorism or violence in the South, and this in the face of evidence that H would seem no sane man could doubt. :( We would like to know just what their opinion is of the following : New York, November 24. A dis . latch from Raleigh, N. C Bays Dr. A. J. Glover, Supervisor of Klections at Swan Quarter. Hyde county, N. C, . was drowned on the night of Novem ber 6Ui, with the Republican tickets , for that county in his possession. The r 'body was found sorno days after, with . his coat d...

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 November 1876

VEWtSBAT MORRIRIi, NOT. !, 1876. H O t r taOROUOH OFF ICKHS. Mmrpett Jon n A. Dale. Osttirffttirn- -. W. Robinson, H. A. Vpjpser, A. H. Pprtridgo, i. W. Sawyer, X. J- VanGleson, W. J. Roberts. Justice of the Peace D. H. Knox, C. A. ftpftll. Otmitahle II. Swaggsrt Jlehool Director H. H. Mv, H. O. Ia Ki H. 11 t, A. B. Kolly.G. W. Roh Utmm, T. J. Van Oleaon. rORKST COUNTY OFFICKIS. kreidtnt Judge L, T. Whtmork. Anciato Judges Joh. G. Dai.k, Ed iwakd Kitnn. Treasurer 8. J. SKTt.KT. Prothonotary, Register t Recorder, Ae. . W. CLARK. Bherijf Juhtih Sif awkicy. Oomtixiioncrs Ef.i Bkpmn, Isaac (iOro, John Rfx'K. Cwwnfy .yvpriUrndrii H. 8. BnoOK- WT. iistriet .4rirv T). IRWTW. Jury Oommissionert II. Z. Towner, I.tmax Cook. ttimv -Vtoffvo'- T. T. Collins. CProner M. Ittki., Jr. Geanrv A vditors Nicholas TuoMr- OX, J. It. MKII.I., H. A. ZlUHBRf.I,, Mtmhernf Congress --Geo. A. Jbnks. Assembly J. it. Aqnkw. i'lmf of Train At TIONE8TA STATION, on and aftor J mIt S, l7fl. south. Train 23 - tVftS a...

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 November 1876

I N I r ; , RUNNING IN DEBT. I dwell on tliis . point, , for I would deter' others from entering that place of torment. Half the young men in this country, with rflany old enough to know better, would go into business. 'f, that is, Into debt to-morrow if - thy could. Most poor men are bo ;' ignorant as to envy the merchant or manufacturer, whose life is an incess ant struggle with pecuniary ' difficult-ties, who is" drlteti to constant "shin ning," and who, froui month to month, barely evades the insolvency which. sooner or later-ovrtakes tuqst men iu business ; so that it has" been com puted that but one roau iu twenty bf " them achieve a pecuniary success. o For my prnrt, I had rather be a con " vict in the State prison, a slave in a - rich swamp, than to pass through' life under the harrow of debt. Let no. ' .roan misjudge himself unfortunate, or ' V truly ioor, so long as he has his limbs and faculties, and is .substantially free from debt. Hunger, cold, rags, ; hard work, conte...

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. — 6 December 1876

SRte gtpuWton."'- M PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, BY W. R. DUNN. ' OFFICE IS R0MJTO01T k BONffEB'S BuTLDISO ELM STREET, TI0KE3TA, PA. TERMS, $2.00 A YEAR. Wo Subscriptions rooelvod for a shorter peried tlian tliroo months. : Correspondence solicited from all parts or the country. No notice will bo taken of anonymous communications. VILl ".' . ' OUSINESS DIRECTORY. 7 . TTOWraTA LODGE MEETS every Friday oveninR, at 7 o'clock, In the HaH formerly occupied by Uio Oood Templars. O. A. KANDALL, N. O. S. IT. HASLET, Soc'y. 27-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342 O. TJ. 'JL. IMI. MEETS at Oil 1 Fellows' Lodge Room, every Tuesday evening, at 7 o'clock. 1. M. CLARK, C. K. A. VARNER, It. S. 81 J. S. HI.AIKR, M. D. R. A. KG BERT, M. D. ELAINE &. EGBERT, OFFICE and residence In houso former ly occupied Dr. Winans. Office days, Wednesdays and Saturdays. 82tf E. L, Davis, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tlonesta, Ta. Collection made In this and adjoin-ing- eountiea. 40-ly J. B. AQNEW, W. E. LATHY, TlraecU, Fk, Erl,Pa....

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