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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 7 February 1877

t St. SQUARE GRAHiD PIANOS JOB WORK .j oi a l.'ir.io piece in ...ft a lilin:to t ifrntion, roquir '' .0 and artistic fkill. Tlio male wi a plaster mould from the origi a model, then rioter figure from 'bat mould, and finally from the fig ure eectiona 'Ouj mt which to rnn the metal, requires man weeks of skilled. bor. lhe element ol Jack enters larsrely into the culminating at tempt to Cast, as flaws iu the noetal of- ten causa failures, imputing weeki of additional labor. I The Urea box called-a "flask," con- taining tho mould, damped firmly J iiK irnn una lat. dontL with ft rrntin into cavity, and flewed over, so that only a funnel pronuclei!, una was close to a brick fuijiace, in which the bronco was hcatin over a .great roar ing fire. The meal, as it wa sloVly contorted iuto iquid, was closely observed by the foreman. A glimpse through an apeiure showed it boiLug furiously like miter, and so hot that an iron bar sluk into it became red almost instHjy- ! When the iron could be iid...

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. — 14 February 1877

is ruuMfiiri) i:vi:ry wr.DxrnAY, iy AV. K. DUNN. omcs vt rowsson & imT-ira i;U!r.m;iJ ELM STUT.ET, TIOHJCTA, TA. TKUMS,(2.W) A Y KAU. No Rubserlptions received for !i shorter j.wlod tlmn tli roe month. Oomvtpondenco Holiciled (Vrmi nil parts of the country. No noti-i will be Inked ol anonymous cutiimunU-jit jon't. EBUSINESS DZRHCTOnV. tails? i; .- p. f.;, 1.-. ((. .". ( ( (i i (I 1" I i 0 VOL. IX NO. 44. MiiiMiiwCTr.iroww-K" T10NKST.A, lU.J'EMULUtY 1 1, 1877. JUHU iHIIIMilllli.WMI'lMJll-""M mm,. TI0NE3TA LODGE Xo. :::, O. of O. IV. MEETS everv Friday evening, at 7 o'clock, in tho Hall lormerly occupied cUoodnirs. ini:KS,.. J). W. CLa UK, Sf'lX J TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 312. T O. TJ. -A.- MEETS nt Odd Fellows' Lodge 1!oni, every Tuesday cvpi.in.T. t J ;y'' 1 M. v. UK, i A. VAUNI'Il, It. s. IIE2ATW, DRESSMAKEH, Tioncsta, Ta. M.'this .vt n i to lis-1 i :vm it iro 1 1 tiits vj:au i 7 H. J. i. H 1. KI.A1TCE. M. 1'. 11. A. l:01lt;.:T, M "FFICK and residence In lions" formcr- W y oceuiiI...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 14 February 1877

u Mian, sK. 11. DUNN ' ' EDITOR WEBfSDAT MORNING, FEB. II, 1877. 0!i, jesl tlic Democratic Ilouso in mighty sick of that joint electoral Commission. The board has declared iWr the Hayes electors in Florida ; Mr. Field ofleri a resolution In the House declaring the decision of the board il- irgu;ie .senate reiuscs to concur, hence the decision of iho committee stauds. After a lot of inflammatory rpeeehes in the House on Monday against the electoral Commission, Mr. Carr, a Democratic Member of the House, from Iudiaua, arose in his tracks and spouted as follows "I arise to remind you, the D- enio- cratic majority, that in coinroou de cency your votes on this measure have Hopped you from indulging in even one word of criticism against the de cision of the tribinalv Sirs, it is your own proposition. You brought it into boing; you gave it life and power, and you alone are responsible for the result. Here then, in the name of the Demo cracy of the whole country. I absolve that Commission f...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 14 February 1877

.'WW f WJW TT"1" Slit Souti jfttpuMifwu "wEDKSDAT MOltflXQ, UB. H, 1S77. BOROUCH OFFICERS. 22urM Joh A. Dai k. Vouncilmen (. W. Robinson, W. A. 'Yamer, A. II. Partridge, U. W. Saw or, .J. Vanllimion. W.J. Roberts. Justice it or the l'caee-V. H, Knox, C. A. tlandall. YnjM II. Swaggart Nvhool Director U. If. May, IS. O. Da is, 8. It. Hsslet, A. H. Kwlly, U. W. Rob bsoo, T. J. Van Uieson. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. President Judge 1,. D. Wktmohk. iioeia( Judges Ion. U. Dalk, Ed tad Kerr. TreurrT 8. J. Sktlky. . J'rothonotary, Register fc Recorder, ifc J.W.Clark. Sheriff Jtrsris SttAWKKT. Cumm(snionrraKLi Rkrux, Isaac L.ns, Jonx Keck. fjbunty fiuperintnulentU. H. Buocir- XVAT. District Attorney H. D. IRWIX. Jura Commissioners 11. K. Towssn, IjYMan Cook. County Afurveyor T. T). CoiiIM". Ifcroner M. ITTKI- JR. rfounfu ,1 MtiifOt'A Nlt'HOrA TlIOMT- J. It. NKIM., H. A. .UF.SDRLT,. Marnier of 0v--Jeo. A. Jknu. vlifrfy J. 11. AoituWi LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Lecture To-morrow nvening. Col. Hoy, ...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 14 February 1877

c r-v. . s?sm smu mass JOB Ji kh J, f tiw. :sxl fKrrwtijf.s f.f fy. ten; ! W'Xcit rait ni CfAret ft y juuiu.Jit :.u.i.t.'....j j.,uuiv-.:ij. MACHINE. NEW REVISED EDITION. K.N71KKI.Y UKWIUTYKN 1)V rWK .NJlLKST VJM rV.iX t).Y iiVKIIV .SUIMJ.T,- Tritiun Irin.i X'w Tvii', un'i.1 ri'nji.fvil 'Villi m V i il.-il TI.ioiis.iihI ,t,T:ivi?i;r . fiivs. xtt una vts? :nii!flcpi": rnrir,4sj! w ff- ; CMJrir JO ft IX nCmni flAKO CO.' 1 SmlwC pvni: Cra: t&jt, irtsw frtx rr r4 -! ltr t br:A:C prrr- If 37-4' acre. C.i trc frrst cSwt tS j TOtya.I?f (fna'.ira aew m trirti. art st.w r.i.j:t, (Aim eras frani csrS I oryr'iuS CRfainar twfXi JJ s;( lail & carry t' Fxvrl "v.-ni h tfia spcarti g:t (it i.sjxi "i ' ' ' 2-rn t aw &jX -fit t. Jj. jar v3nr m yr? ttte Sfei 'f,f frugal, tip.; Jf.sii ;i -j.-. al tics is cSw fcfsaMfec ocrsr. P,-iir trws c-sC awc2j1 'M.fiai Jf sat Lefe hat U tzzss j . ai ciift as I &y His iz tV. A Brain? 3$ Fm t Sat T 1 ftacjrSix it Fjt D. 15 jica-.ii4?i.fcic ta t&; ...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 21 February 1877

WEMMU BOHIXC, FEB. !l, 187. borough officers. v BurftntSonn A. D.tt.v. 0temn O. W. Jlohluson, t). A. Nuner, A. U. rrtrlJr. O. W. Sawyer, . Van OjpRon, W. J. Robert. . of the react D. H. Knox, 0. A. fUndall. 0aW H. 8wggrt OeMool Dirrto i II. H. Mar. II. O. Da . U, H. n. Haalet, A. 11. Kelly,' O. W. Rob pnvn, T. J. Vu Otesen. 1 1 FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. frlnt JvdgtXj. P. VTurMom. Xr(a( Judgtt Jos. (J. I)aI.i, Ko. vardKbrr. Veajiurrr H. J. RkMct. VAooi!r.y, Regitttr Ktcordtr, & e , ,. TV. Clark. iijff7vvq'nf'l Kli Mbrmn, Isaac i.H, JOHN JlKLlfcV " Cfy $u;ter-tnrn(fcnt U fi. Unoc. mn iitrnry rc. D. Irwi. Jury Cmmmittioners J.ymah Cooir. -II. 7.. Tow If BR, Ooify Mmwor-T. T. CoLI.t5. (0or M. Ittkl, Jr. 4mny 4 vditor Nicholas Thomt K, J. II. WKILI-, II. A. I'KRDRLL. lUmbtrof Conqrt O eo. A. Jhnis. AsfmHyJ. R. Aaniew. LOCAL AND EISCEIXANE0U3. , j... .. 'rfbyterin chrpR op Sundajr eit "ortliUI SRfJ evening. Sunday School ttS.OO p. ro. , Labertre en the I. T. & D. It. K., are receivi...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 21 February 1877

I vi i j iJLardeneO, true' i.mrteJ clf often reed of in ro mance tunde rug appearance on the Cauipui artiui yesterday, and bis nTuij aiDiei were at once aroused oy the eight of three or four old men etfrdin j around with their bucksaws anr watting tor work. Til be haaged if it ien't touching,' he Tf plied when they told him that they hadn't had any work for a month. 'How would you like some oysters?' They smacked their lips by way of reply, and be gathered up a crowd of igni, marcnea theo to a restaurant and ordered oyster stews for each one. "It just does my soul good to see them eatP he said to the owner of the place at the eight got te work. 'Ym ; it's a beautiful sight,' was the reply. 'It makes roe feel good in here,' continued the stranger, laying his hand on his heart. 'A good deed brings iU own reward,' was the soft answer of the restaura teur as he calculated his proBts. 'I can't rest here. I must do fur ther good said the big-hearted stran ger, and he rushed out and brough...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 28 February 1877

T3T Hat One Square (1 inch,) oi ri i , ' -n -OnoSquaro " one incnUi One Square ". throe month -One Square ,l- ouo year - -Two Squares, one year - - -CJuarterCol. --.. Half " " M rOBLISttKD KVF.KY WEDNESDAY, NY V. II. DUNN, ornca in Robinson ft BONTrm'a BuiLcraa ELM STREET, TI0NE.HTA, PA. TERMS, $2.00 A YE ATI. No Rnbscrlptions received fir n shorter pwlod titan threo months. Correspondence solicited from all parts, of the country. No notice will bo taken of MffiiymoiiH communications. (,') 10 00 I S Co ao oo 50 CO One " " - - - 100 0 Iegal notices at established rates. ' Marriage and death notices, gratis. All bills for yearly advertisements col lected quarterly. Temporary advortiso- VOL. IX NO. 4G. TIONEST A, PA., FEBRUARY 28, 1877. $2 PER ANNUM. ments must ie paid tor in advance. Job work, Cash on Delivery. L:L- ..j .: BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . TIONEST A LODGE No. 30!), I. O. of O. F1. M K1STS cvorv Friday evening, at 7 o'clock, in tho Hall formerly occupied Vy tlioUood Templars. T, J...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 28 February 1877

..aAiSiUI MM.G, FEB. 2f, r,i. non.ouc.ii orrrcEn?. prM-Jons A. Dai.k. tovncitmrn ( . W. Rnbhisnrt, H. A. farnc.r, A. if. I'artrMjr:. 'i. W. awyrr, .J. Vnti (iies-m, W. J. !'Ler!s. Justices nf (hr Vvrrv i. Mmx, f. A. Cnus'l. f. V ttahl H. Hwsjtg!"-; Hvhl'-l rrc -ton-u; H. Mav, H. (I. 1;1. U, S. n. ,.(, A. I1,. Kftiy,p. w. Rob noon, T. J. Vn titicn. ay rOHKST COUNTY OFFICERS. fiesident Judge Xj. D. M'btmobi. Atsoriiite Judaea .Jos. G. Dai.k. I!n- rnn KrtiR. Treasurer ft. 3. SrTl.KV. Prvthonotnry, Iliff'ster it Recorder, tc J. TV. CUKK. .AertT JrsTis S hawkey. CbmmiVtioncr Km ReulIN, Is VAC LK, JolI!f Reck. Count Superintendent II. S. HnocK- VTAT. J)itriet Attorney 8. P. Irwix. Jury Onmmisaionert II. Z. Towickr, Ltmas Cook. County Surveyor T. D. CoLLIjta. (kroner M. Ittkl, Jr. Chanty A vditnj s NlcrtOT.AS TnoMP- 1 0!. J. ft. XKII.L, II. A. Zt'EWDKM.. iltmbtrof CongreaOno. A. Jknks. .4Mero&?y J. B. Ao5EW, LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Kegular services nt tho M. 11. Church on Sunday eveni...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 28 February 1877

V- - f i i f I t ft- 1 4 DUNN EDITOR. Til i: r.Lixrrio3f coti:st Judge Wetmore's Decision, in Full. IWRNETTTWP'SVOTETHRQWN OUT JT ASM-IT DKOTiARKD ELECTED. 1 1. W. Au-.l:V, KT AU Vs. Hamiki, It. If AMI. nr. In the Court of ( 'nmmon Pleas of Forest CoimiT. In considering the quetlions iuvolr oil in this icsuc, our attention is firat directed to the Township of Baruett. The Tote in that township at the Nov ember election, as returned, shotrt that 83 ballots wero cast for J. U. Agnew, mill that H5 ballots wero cast for Samuel II. Haslet, thus showing a majority or fitly votes for Agnew. The TJtli specification in the mnner .!' ai ii.e! j J. H i.!, r, 'ho i l nr, aiate. "That in the Township of Barnett the election va wholly illegal and mid. nnd tho total returns thereof should bo rejected from the count, for the reason that tho election wai lild at the school house in Clarington, in stead of the Murray houso which was the place fixed by law ; that the said school house is some eighty r...

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. — 28 February 1877

f .ance to-ni;rht i ..ii i-i-r j ,u bright." "Only n lock of golden hnir,"' The iriAidon, smiling sweetly, said, A she laid it over the back of '"a chair And went to bod. A man iu Wisconsin gaved a young lady from walking off a bridge, and so far from being grateful for it, she mar ried hi uk "If I were unmarried," says tlio Rev. Dr. Murray, "I would take an amiablo sinner for my wife, rather than a jnappy-tcmpered saint." A little girl, learning for the first time, that "we are all made of dust," said, after a brief meditation, "Then the black folks are made out of coal dust, ain't they?" "My landlady," remarked a man, "makes her tea so strong that it breaks the cups." "And mine," said another, "makes hers so weak it can't turn out of the pot." "You wouldn't take rue for twenty, would you?" said a young lady, who lookel much younger, to an old bach elor. "Take you for twenty !" he ex claimed: "yes for life." "Why, Ichabod, I thought you got married more'n a year ago." "Well, Aunt J...

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. — 7 March 1877

flu xjftct gUpuMkmu is rum-iRiiKi every wkdnwday, I5Y W. U. DUNN. 0rriC2 I!? ftOBIKROH A B0"7ER'8 BUILDING EI.M STREET, TlONKfiTA, PA. TERMN, $2.00 A YEAR. No Rubwiriptioim received for ft shorter iiwiod than three month. ' Correspondence, solicited from nil pnrtu OI MW vouiu-ry imi rumni vtiii uu uhvvli wi miAnyiiiiiuH communications. DUSINUSS DIRECTORY. O. . TIONESTA LUJJttlJ ;vo. .vc.o, ifC?' T O nPO.1V. MKF.T3 cverv Fiidav evening, nt 7 o'clock, in tho I tall formerly occupied by the (Jood Templars. 7 T. J. VAN U1ESEN, N. O. p. W. (1,AltK,SiH!'y. TIONESTA 'COUNCIL, NO. 342. fN O. TJ. .A.. IMT- MEETS l Odd Fellow' Iiortgo Room, every Tuesday evening, nt 7 o'clock. P. M. CLARK, I'. 8. A. VARNKK, It. H. l VOL. IX NO. 17. TIONESTA,. PA., MARCH 7, 1877. $2 PEU ANNUM. j;... Ono P pjnrc 1 1 i .; I,, One Sqttaro " . ! One Hanaro " Unci; in' til Ono Square, ono year Two Squares, ono yon. . Quarter Col. " - J falf " One " " Legal notice" :.t established rat oh. Marriage und dentil notices...

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. — 7 March 1877

an. One u ;re ! OneSipiaro " One Sijuaro " 11m.'. One Nqtiarn " ono j i Two Squares, one yenr. Q uarter Col. -' Half " " One " " W. U. TUNNT. orrica itt ROBiuaou "sor-r.R'a buildingi ELM STREET, TlONLfiTA, PA. TERMS, $2.00 A YEAR. No Pubs'cviplions received fur a shorter pwlod than three mouths. Correspondence solicited from nil parts of tim country. No notion will bo taken of miAnymnus communications. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. .jiSTl , TI0NF.STA LODGE 1 . i.. 30 ( fO to- PK) (0 Marriajro and death notices, gratis. All bills for yearly advertisements col lected quarterly. Temporary advertise' mcnts must be paid for in advneeo. Job work, Cash on Delivery. VOL.' IX NO. 17. TIONKST A, PA., MAIICH 7, 1877. $2 PER ANNUM. Xq.3G9, O.of O.TJ "SETS every Kiiil'iy evening, nt 7 t'lofk. in tli') Hull formerly occunied fey tiio Oood Templars. T. J. VAN G IKS EN, N. O. i w. cla UK, scc-.v. 27-tr. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342. O. TJ. J.. MEETS nt Odd Fellows' I-odtro Room, every Tuesday evenine;, nt 7 o'c...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 7 March 1877

EDITOR, YTED5ESDAY HORSING, MAR. 7, 187. Our Washington Letter. Bpeetid to the Rkpubmcax. Warrington, I). C, March 2, 77 Wheu Representative) Springer of Illiuoia. "wit! but baker's dozen of lis party benchmnn behind him, en deavored yesterday to bull-dozo the Speaker or the IIous, democratic tac tics evidently reached their culimna (ion. It was tlio last agony of the ex piring party, and was as Indecorous as it was ifl'ectuaL After all hope was gone Sprifiger endeavored by interpos ing dilatory motions to interfuro with and prevent the counting of the elec toral vote. He was ruled out of order hj his own Democratic speaker, ap pealed from tho Chair and was ruled down by the House. Capping the cli max he then in a mautver intended to 4)0 sublime "but which was only ridicu Jous appealed "to the people of the country." It was a paltry bit of bur- ' lesque, and would htat been laugha ble had lit been less shameful. Thus the democratic body politic in Con gress passes from its temporary...

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. — 7 March 1877

(1 BJu Jowl gcpMfrim. WEDNESDAY IttBUNlNG, MAR. 1877. BOROUGH OFFICERS. BvrgeBHSwH A. Dam;. Owncilinrn O. W. Robinson, N. A. Yrnr, A. II. Partridge, O. V. Sawyer, .J. Van Gtospn, W. .1. Roberts. Juttier of tA J'care D. S. Knox, C. A. Randall. (hnxtnblf H. Rwaggart ArAoot Dirt flora !i. H. May, II. O. Du ll, fl. M. Haslot, A. H. Kelly. . W. Rob- jison, T. J. Van Girscn. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. President Judge 1j. D. WErvonrc. Amnriuio Judges Jon. (J. Dale, Ed iyardKkhr. TrflLturfr S. J. Seti.ky.' lolhonotary, Register J; Recorder, f r. ..J. W.'Cr.AUK'. .Sheriff" JUSTIS SlTAWKKY. OommfMmfivt Eli Rkri.in, Isaac T.osa, John Kp.ok. Ctmnfy Superintendent II. S. Ritocit- WAY. Dintrirt Attorney H. I). InwiK. fury CbmmiMioncrt II. Z. Towkkr, Lyman Cook. (btinry Viin cyor T. D. Comisk. Oron' M. Ittki., Jr. Cinv .dudiVor Nicholas Tiiom r- I tuX, J. 11. WkILL, II. A. ZUKSDKI.1,. Mtmhero Vonvres Unn. A. Jknks. !m&ty J. R. Aotkv. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. . Rev. Elliot will preach in the Presb...

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. — 7 March 1877

ny Story. An affecting story comes to us from Oakland. It appears tliat ft wealthy, middle-Bgeil Englishman hud become somewhat jealous of his young and pretty wife, a not uncommon inci dent, we are sorry to pay, in the lives of wealthy middle-aged men in this part of tho glohc. A youug New Yorker, with engaging mnuners and a cutaway coat was the cause of his dis quietude, so the disturbed Benedict concluded to try the threadbare dodge of ostensibly going up to Sacramento for a week. The second day, however, be quietly returned and let himself quietly into the house as a domest'c smelling committee of one. In the library were several coats of mail brought over from the shore of Albi on's ancestral home. It struck him as a happy idea that he should hide in one of these, which he managed to do with great difficulty, ns the armors were clamped upright to the floor, and be had great trouble in letting him self down into oneand then screwing everything all snug and tight after wards. Thi...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 14 March 1877

mum. sfUABHaaj 13 rUBI-ICHF.I) KVKKY WKDNEBU A.Y, BY ornoE in BOBisnow . nomrat'S BuiLBiua ELM STREET, TIONESTA, PA. TERMS, $2.00 A YKAlt. Nl Subscriptions received for a shorter rwlod than throo montliM. Correspondence solicited from nil parts of tho country. No notice will bo ttik.uu of ionymnun eom in indent ions. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. m VOL. IX MO. 18. TIONESTA, PA., MAKCH M, 1877, $2 PER ANNUM M .r i l. I i TI05E3TA LODGE Xo. :igo, X. O.ofO. IT1. MEETS ovrrv .Friday ovcnintr, nt 7 o'clock, In t'lio Hall formerly occupied "tIT'vanoiesen.n.o. 1 W r-T.sV.K Hfln'v. 2i-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342. W O. TJ. -A.. M EETS at Odd Fellows' Lodgo Room, .voi-v TilPHi nV fiVeilllllT. ni I o ell" rv "-' J ;.t r. m CLARK, C 8. A vahnf.u, r. s. 31 .T. 15. AON13M', a t t o it x j: Y A T J- TIONESTA, TA. ATTENTION SOI.IIIHIIK! I lmvo heon admitted to practice n nil Attorney in tho Ponsion Ollico at 1 imrton. 'P. C. All oineors, noldiora, or milor who wero Injured in tho Into war, win obtain pensi...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 14 March 1877

W. II. DUNN P. D I TOR. WEDNESDAY MOUSING, MAR. II, 1877. Tlicre was nt first a good deal of talk of opposing the Cabinet appoint' merits of President Hayes by promi nent members of tho Senate, but as will be eecu in another column, the nominations were all finally confirmed. Of this we are glad, for the simple rea son that we wish President Hayes to have a fair chance to carry out the promises made by him in his letter of acceptance and his inaugural address. Of course, if he cannot be allowed to select such meu as he thinks best fitted to help him carry out4iis policy, the blame, should he fail, would fall not , upon him, but upon those who placed the impediments in his way. By all means, let him have all the honor, if . he merits it, and all the blame, should he deserve it. It looks very much as if Mr. Hayes would disappoint extreme partisans on both sides, redeem all his pledge, and give us an administration of which the country will bo proud. The following shots fro.n the Der r...

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