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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 14 March 1877

SJw $orc?t glcpwljlknn. WEDNESDAY MORNlSfi, MAR, 1-1, lb7. BOROUGH OIFFICKItr.. PurgeM-Sonx A. I a i-i-i. 0Hneitmen O. W. Robinson, N. A. Earner, A. II. Partridge, O. W. Sawyer, .J. Van Gieson, V, J. Roberts. Juttiee of the l'eucc. S. Knox, C. A. Randall. Vnnxtahlr II. Swatrgart ,Sehool Director i. It. Mav, II. O. Dn- l, H. H. Haslet, A. H. Kelly. G. W. Hob jmon, T. J. Van Ginscn. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. rrMvlenl Juttye1,. D. WniMonn. Annoeinta Julye Jos. G, Dam-:, Ed- A'AHD KUTIR. Treanurer M. .T. Skti.ky. Vrothonotary, ftegixtcr Jleconlrr, tr. 3. W. Oi.atik. SheriT Justin Sir awk ky. fSimmintionrra El.i Rkiimn, Isaac Lxts, JoitN Ufck. Ounfy SufierintemlentM. H. Rkock VAY. Dintriet Attorney -H. D. ImviM. Jury (VnmisiO)ter.i II. Town Kit, tiYMAN Cooit. County Surveyor T. P. CoMlN. 'Coroner M. Ittkl, Jr. Chanty Auditor Nicholas Thomp- lUN, J. H. NKILL, II. A. 7,1.' F" DELL. Member of ywyrrx -- i v.o. A. Jk.nks. AmctntityS . H. Aonkw. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. .. .. . . . , Ucgu.ur ser...

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. — 14 March 1877

v V i , i..iif a ; tury ngo, says , in da) on, two lUUo boy cousins i it together earnestly speculating ou tliu arrival of a beloved aunt, just from the South, with a big trunk reported to be laden with tropical fruits exprc?? ly for the children. Very goon their expectancy was relieved by the receipt of a ripo golden orange, each. Now at that day tho orange was so rarely seen by us that it was encircled with tho glamour of romance, an exotic bo costly that when we occasionally got a pale, half-wilted specimen, it was care fully peeled and divided into compart ments enough to give every member of the family a taste.. Rut here each cousin held in his hands a whole globe of fresh and succulent delight, to dis pose of and enjoy according to his own will. Without pausing for a moment to admire the beauty or snuff the ex ternal fragranco of his fruit, the first hurriedly tore it open, and burying his face in the luscious pulp, squirting me ncu j nice jrem nis n&ir iot;is reels, swall...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 21 March 1877

V: She ovcM gcpulrt'mw. w pfm.rpuRn i-vr.uv wednkhdav, uy V. U. DUXN. orrioE in Ror.nwoN a bonner'h mjiluinu FXM STREET, TION IOTA, PA. T I : I'. M H, f 2.00 A Y K A U. Ho Bubserlptions rceei ved for a shorter pld than throo month:!. Correspondence solicited from nil parts of the country. Nono'.k-n will lie taken of mionyinniiH common icn! ions, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. m mm VOL. IX NO. V,h ANNUM. nomvuiuwH"1"' mm iml I .Mil. tM HI .in . I I -.iii i.ii.i a-tnlUlWWum - 1 " . - - . - ( IllO H' 0:1. ' (iioH'tnnio " One Hqiiaro " j Two Squares, oim year - quarter Col. - , , - Half ' " ' ,'" . - Ono " '.-.- T.csaT not ir"H,t esUblishf-d rut-. Marrinee n,ui ilwll uotiecK, icftiUH. All bilis for yearly advertisement col lected quarterly. Temporary aolvortlso mcntu must 1)0 paid for in advance, Job work, Cash on Delivery. loo to TIONESTA LODGE - y i y-v T n I HIKKTH every Friday evening, ft T j iVL o'clock, in the Hall lorniorly oc.eiipn r UioGood Templars. T. J . V AN 01 ES E N , N . O 1. W, Cf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 21 March 1877

EDITOR. WS.m31T KOKXISCHII. II, lfe77. ..l .... i1.- a:. Our Washington Letter. BpeoUl to tbe Kkpchlicait. Wajbhikotom, D. C, March 16, 77. The peculiaritj most noticeable in the average Democrat, ie an inability to iee anything good in what anybody elia doei. Haying been for sixteen years without a platform or a princi ple, and existing a an organization nly because of the dense ignorance and blind spirit of opposition which controlled the foreign voters who gave it cohesion, tha Democratic party at . last adopted a platform in 1876, al- most identical with that of the Re ' publicaas. Defeated again, and the successful candidate proposing not only to carry out his and their prota issi, but even tu accept Democratic support in what he aud they consid ered further reforms, they refused to take any part with him in his work, but hold caucuses to devise means of , opposition. It is evident that they do sot so much desire the success of their . principles as the spoils that is an in cid...

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

3ht Jcrot gtpubUron. WEDXESDAI MORNING, MAR. fl, 587. BOROUGH OFFICKHS. BrgJonn A. Dai.k. Vuneilmtn(i. W. Robinson, X. A. fanner, A. II. Partridge, O. W. Hawver, .J. VanQlesen, W. J. Roberta. Juttirt of". A Vace-fD. H. Knox, O. A. Randall. GttiMtabt II. Hwnggarl . School IirrtortU. If. May, IT. O. Da la, 8. n. Hsstot, A. B. Kelly, .. W. Rob . won, T. J. Van Gleaen. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. Prttidtnt Judge L. D. Wbtmohr. Attociatt! Juilge3oH. U. Dai.k, Ko wardKkrr. Treasurer S. J. Sktlkt. l'rolkonotary, Itegiater Jt IticorHer, Jte. . W. C'UtlK. A'heriff JusTia HUAWKXT. Iyoxo, John Rbck. Ounfy Superintendent II. S. BnocK- WAT. IHntriet Attorney S. D. Irwix. Jury (miniMKir H. Z. Towhsr, Jtman Cook. CY-vn.y urt'yor T. D. Collin. ffcrcmer M. Ittkl, Jr. Countv A vditors NirftOT.A TuoMr- OK, J. H. X RILL, II. A. ZVKWnKLL. iltmbt of Con7r -() ko. A. Junes. AuomblyJ. ft. Akkw. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Rev. Elliot will preach in the Presbyterian church on Sunday next ..morning; and evening. Su...

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

j i; i id. ( J the most r.olr.l k.irso-tliiovcs .it ever h( lil forth in Southeastern was Shop Tinker, of C'hnpel Hill. Ha is now er,venly-oight years oi l, ami in the last year of his MXtctiiLli t. rm in the penitcntinry of Iowii.. At the closo ofliis third term in Ohio, his IV1-low-citizens in Chapel Hill ooiiclu.lod that in consequence, ofliis .tttonilnnee upon tlio courts he was eminently qual ified to Jisclifirpo tho duties of Justice: of the Pence. They p:vg force to this opinion hy circling him over tho most worthy nnd respectable citizen ufhe township. The term of office was for three yetus, nnd the fec8 and emoluments nmotint ed to nbout ten dollars annually. The general impression was, hwovcr, that Shep would make it pay better, r.s it is not difficult for a Justice of the Peace to get nil his neighbors by the ears and reap a rich harvest in the way of costs. Hence it is easy to imagine the purprise of Obe Spencer, the clerk of the court, when, threo weeks after re ceiving...

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

O:-0 Sqnaro (1 in- , One Squaro " otto n,- i - -One Square "-, three him. i -One Square " one year - M i Two Squares, one year - 1,5 ;i Quarter Col. V - . .. . 80 : Half " " .- M) i.O Ono " " - - - 100 to Lejjal notices at established rates. . Marriage and death noticca, gratis. All bills for vearlv advertisomenti col lected quarterly; Temporary advertise ments must be paid for in advance Job work, CmkIi on Delivery. 19 FUHLIPniCI) F.VfcttY WEIiNTSlJAT, by epncE in robimso & bonneivb cuiLDiua ELM BTltEET, TI0WE3TA, tA. TKI1MH, $2.00 A "Y 12 A U. No PnlwrijiMotis roi'rlvod for a shorter period than 1lii'rt hionths. Correspondoiii-n solicited from nil parts of tlio count ry i No notice will be taken of itnnny mmta coniinunical lona. VOL. IX NO. f0. TIONOST A, PA., MAKCII 28, 1877. $2 PER ANNUM. DU3INE3S DIRECTORY. ... . TIONESTA LODGE I. O.of O. F". overv Friday evening, at " 111 o'clock. , in the! tall lormerly occupied y tho'"od Templars. T. J. VAIN lj 1 l',J'-,i, i. . J). W. CL...

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

EDITOR. V M1K. 2S, 1877. ' IL1LJL.1. 1 ..' 1 -! Our Washington Letter. Special to the Rkpdiuicax. WAeniwoTos, D. C, March 24, '77. Dropping into tha pleasant rooms of tin Fitth Auditor at tbe Treasury yesterday, I meet and became ac quainted with the mau whom of all others was my first choice for the pres idential notnioatioa at the Cincinnati conyention E. B. Washburne, our present ruinistr to France. Had Illinois but hive suprwrted Wash burue as she should hare done, he would hare secured that mraiuatiou boyond a doubt, and had he been on the ticket I am confident that it rould have retired a majority great er than that given General Grant, iu 'C3. However, it wcut iu another di rection, and I cannot afford to lose any flesh over it. Washburne is ap pearing in much better health and spirits than when he went to France eight years ago, and was returned for the express purpose of insisting upou a recall. He goes back, next month, but only to rema-in until his successor can be appoin...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 28 March 1877

She gfixttt gcpuMtam. '"lEDSHDiT 0E3I IS gTm iRTli, 1877 DOnoUQH OFFICERS. J1rfta--3onn A. Dai.k. Onmeilmen . W. Robinson, 8. A. fw-Dor, A. M. Partridge. (). W. Bawyur, .J. Van Ulcsen, W. J. Roberts. Juitirti of th PeaetO. H. Knox, C. A. Rnndall. Cnja(i II. Swaggart ttfiool Pireetori H. II. May, 1J. O. Da is, H. n. Haslet, A, 11. Kelly. O. W. Rou gnon, T. J. Van Ulesen. FOREST COUNTT OFFICERS. President Judglj, I). Wetmork, Associate Judge Jon. G. alh, Kd Ward Kkrr. Treasurer'-H. J. Sr.TLKT. Prothonotary, Register C Recorder, etc. J. TV. Cl.AtlK. Sheriff Jitntis Shawrkt, Commissioners Ei,i Hkruk, In A AC t.OXA, JOUM RtX'K. County Superintendent H. S. Rrook Ivat. 7-i't i'c frwi H. D. Jnwi. fury Cinnmissioners II. Towkir, I.TMA Cook. . fbunfy Sunr.ior T. I. CoM.INd. Oronrr M. Ittki,, Jr. OONnfV -4uttiov NlCHrtT.A THOMP feetr. J. 11. Nkii.i,, II. A. Zl'KNDKLI.. Member of Ottujrt O o. A. Jbxks. 4rm(y J. II. Aomtw. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. All interested should remember that ou Saturday ...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 28 March 1877

, v i, within , v I Uus-aiun agents havo t wiMit king hnrjlnnj nnd the con- . ,i)nt for Jierdan rifles, with ft zonl whick !ioived that tho supply wns far nhort ot the uppos1 need. In nny way, however, tho figures aro etnrtling enough. We do not know whether Birmingham Hkcs the fact or not, but , it ehouhi he noted that the execution nf Bitch larjro orders by America fow eom to have come to England, our export of arms and ammunition bav in" lailen oil instead ot increasing lately affords another illustration of tho facilities which their multiplied use of machinery givr9 to tho Ameri cans. They arc cnableJ to accept or uers for such goods as h rearms on a large scale, which other makers can not undertake ; and tho ouly explana tion is that English contractors cannot engage to complete them by the time desired, while their Transatlantic ri vals can. English paper, A man named Jean de Falaiso was lianged in tho sixteenth century for a scries of murders. To all questions , ho replied w...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 4 April 1877

Itatcs of AdvertL One Square (1 inch,) one Insertion One Square " ono month Ono Square " three months One Square " one year -Two Squares, ono year - - $ 00 6 00 10 00 15 Co no on Ml CO 100 to Ml rl (luartnrCoi. - f f W PUBUaUF.n EVKUY.WICDXFnAY, BY W. R. T)tTN"N. OTHCB IH ROBINOON & WWNElt'8 BUILD ELM BTRECT, TIONESTA, IA. TKKMN, $2.(X A Y HA U. jf o Subscriptions received for a shorter (-tied tlian throe months. Oorrospoiulenco solicited from nil pints of the country. No noilcn will bo taken of anon vinous communication.' BUSINESS DIRECTORY. O. of O. TJ rifKTS r-verv Friday rvonini' nt 1YL o'clock, In On Hall formerly occupied Vy tfie Hood Templars. T. J. VAN HITMEN. N. H. 1). W. f'LAltIC, Noc-y. ar-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342. O. TJ. -A.- MEETS nt Odd Fallows' Ixxliro I'oom evrv Tuesday evening, ntj.7 -nfc-lock V. M. CLAriK. C. H. A. V A UN KR, P. H. J "" .T. 11. O TN i : AV , ATTOJINllY AT LAW, TIONESTA, PA. VOL.X 0.1. MEW. . 31. IIZ2ATII, DRESSMAKER, Tioncsta, Pa. TIONESTA...

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. — 4 April 1877

Slit &cxw gJtpuMJiatt. 13 PUBLmilKD KVEUY.tVKDXF.9PAT, BY OTriCB IN ROBPJflON & TKWNER'8 BUILDITSO ELM STTXET, TIOHTSTA, Tk. TEKMN, $2.00 A YEAU. No Subscriptions received for a shorter f.vriexl than three month. Oorrspnnilenco solicited from nil parts of the country. No notice will bo taken of Mionymmm communications.' BOIVIMMIIMMMIIIHMMmBMMMN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. , TIONE'oTA LODGE 'a mje.n& xo.scj. O. ofO. TP. MEETS every Friday evening, nt 7 o'clock, in On Hull formerly occupied Sy the Good Templar. t. J. van oifsen, n. n. I). W. CLA l K, Nec'y. liT-tf. TIONEST A COUNCIL, NO. 342. O. TJ. .A.. IM!: . fKT.TS nt Odd Follows Txxliro ttonm, vorv Tuesday f venmj, at., -"Vinek. 1'. M. CLAi'.ti, c. A. VAUNEE, B. H. 31 .T. II. AGNl-nV, A T T O 11 N 11 Y AT h A TIONESTA, PA. ATTENTION KOI.IHKItN ! Ikavobeen admitted to practice n n Attornev In tho Pension Olliee nt Wash Jnfjton, D. C. All rfllecrs, soldiers, or mi i lorn who wore injured In tho Into war, emu obtain pensions ti w...

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. — 4 April 1877

EDITOR. WEDESDAT MOUSING, APR. i, J877. Our Washington Letter. Bpeoinl to Uio Repcbmcax. Wapiuxotox, P. C.,.March 31, '77. Just imagine in a smokf-frsicoed rrrrt nnanincr n nr n 1a ltlort Dntomac b"1 t'w e w and the linzy Virginia Hills beyond, h mild mannered, rather corpulent cnxon, nearly hidden by A true ger manic meerehaum, likewiso of rather capacious proportions, praying to be delivered from temptation, mortifying the flesh, undergoing rigid self-denial nni cultivating Christian graces and kulmbachcr iu a manner that would fill with envy even St. Stylitea him self, and you have your correspondent ns ho closes this Lenten season. From nught of dullness and gravity, good L.-jrd diliver u. Of matters political there is very little new. We have tho two South Carolina governors with us, hut as 3'et nothing has resulted from their visit. Chamberlain dined with the President on Wednesday, but tho number of stump speeches and inflam matory addresses that Hampton felt called upon to 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. — 4 April 1877

r WF.IiNESn.VY MQRXIXfi, Al'IU, M7. BOROUGH OFFICKIUi. Aut-ffcsi John A. Dam:. (Mci7mert O. W. Hohiuson, A. Turn or, A. H. Part rid no, U. W. Uawyer, J. Vim Gieson, W. .1. Roberts. Jnntic of the J'circL). H. Knox, C. A. Randall. Ojnntithlf. II; Hwaggarl ,choot rirtctK. 11. Mflv, H. O. Da is, . n. Haslet, A. H. Kelly,' U. W. Hob--jtison, X. J. Vnn Olescn, rOItKST COUNTY OFFlClCIS. Jb-iiirnt JiKtyn h. ft. Wktmoixf. . A .ikririlttfi Ju('i)cx-.Jon. (1. )AL'i, Ko- W A UD K Kit K. TrettnurerH. .T. KkTI.i.v. Iithmturt, HriUier A Recorder, if'c J. W. C'i.a hk. A"i rrit'.vTin S r? A W tc : V. ., (Jum.i(li.s.ii)Hfi Kl.r lifcRMK, Iao L'.NO, JoIIX IJWK. Count; Superintendent 11. P. lliiOCK WAT. tiinlriel Attnrne.yH. I). Inwiv. Jury OimMi'iofri-II, Z. Towmkr, J.yman Cook. unty .Surveyor T. 1. Coi.I.tK. fWonf M. Ittki., .)n. (Vwtifi .luir-NH'MnT,An Thomp son, .1. K. Nkii.i., IT. A. ZcKNonx. Mvmhern ( lon'rexi ?-G A. Jknki .1 (Urmfcy AONKW. . LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. . We Apologize. Tim slim appea...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 4 April 1877

c Give the Doy a Chance. Tlie art of farming necdi fresh up j)liss of youthful blood, waimed with euerCT a"d hope, and ambition, to re jUTrn&te its customs, traditions, and aocieut methods. As men grow old, they are little inclfoed to experiment, to try new things, or to change their habits; if they hare been miccessful, they decline any addition to their rou tine knowledge ; if unsuccessfjl they put in a plaa of "too old to learn." Farming, as a trade or manufacture, is largely in the hands of men adranced in life, and, as a whole, ia more sta tionary than any other branch of busi ness. If, by some combination, the experience, prudence and caution of the father could be united with tho ambition, pmh and activity of the sou, a decided advance might be expected in farming. The best talent of the family seldom stays on tho farm ; youth receives no encouragement; the boy is classed with the hired help; lie find? nothing for his braiu to teed upon, nothing to arouse his pride, nothi...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 11 April 1877

Riilcs of . , Onn RUPre (1 Iti'-h,) one ir,.., i i,,,, . 1 , OneSijimre " ono month - - i One Square " three ininths - li CO One Square, " ono yonr . .10 0'.' Two Nqunresone year - - - 1ft Or) (iunrtcrUol. " - - - - : Half " " - ' ' - no t Ono - - - - 100 CO I o-.m1 notices At esbtblished mte. Marriage rnd death notices, gratis. All bib's frr vi arly advertisements ool lccb'd ii:irtcilv. Temporary advortine-' incuts must he paid for in advance. Jch work, Ca-h tn Deliveiy. Sam Houston nnd the'llim. i On a recent business trip to Hous ton I had for traveling companion a weil known merchant of this city, who told ftory niter story of car'lv (lay in Texns, One struck m,e ua worth preserving. "When my father first came lure," raid the merchant, "he settled in ' i ruBUin:n i:vi.i:y Wednesday, uy Ii. DI.TXN. orncs in robit;3on & twuner's edildiks el,m Erar.rrr, tionkta, ta. . . . . TFP.MS, ?'.!.() A YKAll. .o ftubscriptions received for u shorter -etii! than throo months, Corrcspondime...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 11 April 1877

'i' w . u. dun:,' KDIl'ii!. nF.DJESDH MORXHG, ATR. 11, IS77. ?.'. .1 ''. ..!t'-.;,.r.'M."-'. Our Washington Letter. flpMftl to tllO KKM-BMCAIf. VApniKorof, D. C, April G, 77. That PrrVnient Hayes moan i iht in nil that lio lias done, cannot tor a moment nc doubted, but that the action lie has taken in the South Carolina biiJ Louisana matter?, will result for the best, may ba and ia seriously ques tion by those thoroughly acquainted with the condition of those State?. At the beft it con he called but an exper iment, ami, while, should it result in j good, it will he very good ; thould it 0 to the contrary it will be a great disaster. The effects remain to be seen. In (ioveroor Hampton the Demo crats appear to liavo fouud their long nought for Moms, jrovi led that gen tleman .i w illing to assume the reppon sib'lity wl.iclillut name implies. While lie was in thii city a strong cflbrt was made to have liitu go to New York, where those politicians hostile to Gov. Tildcu for le nominatio...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 11 April 1877

tEDNT.Ml.Y M0B.MMi.APB.1MH7. co no Uc; m officers. ?r7C.--.JuiiN .. 1ai tytuncitmen-il. W. Rolutrcit, S. A. Viuner, A. II. Part rid ('. W. Sawyer, .J. Van Ore-son. W. .1. Roberts. JuntievK f the lvee l. S. Klio.v, C. A. Randall. (oi.M'ic--1T. Swoanrt .VcAooJ if?f'ir.--ll. II. Mv.y.H. . Ba ts, M. n. lla-dct, A. 15. lo lly.O. W. Rob- lmon, T. J. Van tilfscn. . 4 - - FOHKST COUNTY OKFIC'.KFS. J'reiiilrnt Jn1jc-.. 1. WWmhIif. Arcit, ,nK.-.lS. ' IMI.K, Kp- WA 1111 K I'lltK. ' -8. J. Skti.kV. Prollmtiftuvij, !fi(rr (' iVii(f-, rtV -J. W. CM, A II K. vA?W'.lii H SriAWRKV. JOr,im;iiH:i Bl.t RliRI.IN, ISAAC l.'N(i, Jan N Klv'.'K . 'f.Wrtfy SiiJ'rrintfii'l'ttf II. S. Blt'CK VY. (iiiV( Attnrnrtf-S. B. Iiiwix. Jh i (tjhuni.i.sitmcrx II. . ToWNKK, l.VMAX 'o'tK. i(nh .SurerwH' - T. B. for. I. INK. ( V, CO n '.' r M . 1 T 1 I t., (Vll. .1 ixlitois - NlCIIOl. S TllOMl- fox. J. K. Nr.n.i., II. A. Zlknukix. Alemtterof 0nirrH --( J l o. A. Jknkh. AenKy--J. AoNtw. " LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. -The egg fa...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 11 April 1877

1 vi1 'wmmmm .( tieal joko wm . plnj-ctl nctir i i.i v years nr nt a cocking main . i Jiavniifl, by sonio bailors belonging to an American man-of-war. The pall ors hail been betting and losing, day after day, at ihv cock pit, which was tlio nimiscinc.it tl.iit they most niTeet ct., until they were all left without a cent. In that plight the Failura were when the nian-ofwar ya ordered off to San Francisco. A ifuinbcr of months afterwards the vessel returned to Ha vana and tho Jack Turs had fully matured a scheme for vengeance. Drawing nil of their pay nnd borrow ing all the money they could in addi- lion, nt tho first ehore-lcave they start ed for the cock pit, carrying with them their cold and a, ha, about which they preserved a great deal of mys tery. Sotno of the ship's officers sur mising that something was in the wind, followed, but not even to them was the sailors'secret divulged. Scarce ly had they reached the pit when an excited Spaniard sprang into the lit tle arena, whero a...

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. — 18 April 1877

1 She gtrot w. n. DUNN. FLM ETUEET, TTONiaTA, IX. TP.UMS, $3.09 A Y EAU. Buljwcriptiowa rvrvivcd for a shorter" pM-ld tha thrr rnMlhH. Correspondi-- solicited from all parts f Urn -country.. No notice will be taken of fmanymousi cotmn indention a. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. (1 l O One .Squara (1 Inch,) o:ih i, OnoSqiiaro "- onenvuii.i - -Ono Square " thron month' -OnnNquaro " ono year - - 10 f Two Squares, one yonr ... 11 Co Quarter Col. " - . . . jn ri Half " .-. . so (o Ono " , " . - - - r Legal notice?, nt pstnlli?lic4 rtw. Marriago And death notice, ratin. All biiislor vonrly advertisement ool lected quarterly. Temporary advArtU. nienis musi be paid for in advance. Job work, Cash en Delivery. VOL. X NO. li. TIONESTA, PA., APRIL 18, 1877. $2 PER ANNUM. a 4 0- V 'i TIONESTA LODGE Xo. 300, I. O. of O.I?. V-tr'' MEETS ovorv Friday evening, at 7 o'clock, In Oin llnll formerly occupied 'y tholiood Templars. t. J. van riiESEN, X. O. 1). VT. CLaRK, Hec'yL 27-tf. J "tionesta council, NoTsi'ii M...

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