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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 18 April 1877

4 W. IX. DUNN " EDITOR. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APR. 18, 1877. Our Washington Letter. Special to the Republican. Washington, D. C, Apr. 14, 77. His occupation being gone, Mr. Chamberlain lias, by surrendering his position in South Carolina, performed iho only official act left him to do; but he will certainly yet figure prom inently in public lifo in ether spheres. Mr. Chamberlain is a man who is not appreciated at bis full worth even by the Republican party at tho North. His attitude through the conflict just ended in his State, and in particular, hid last letter to President Hares, show him to bo possossed of fine abili ties as a lawyer, orator and writer. He has made a grand good fight againBt the abuses in the Republican party in couth Carolina, and we have thus re warded him. Our word for it, you haTo not heard tht name of Chamber lain for the last time. This matter being ended, we have but two wars left on our hands at pres ent the one in Louisiana and the one on the plaius. Tho Co...

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. — 18 April 1877

3Ju forest gqmMifan. ( -.WEDNESDAY B5QRMNG, APR. IS, '.S77. . ,r Jm BOROUGH OFFICKUS. DurpemiJo'nn A. Dai.k. Omneilmen . W. Robinson, M. A. v"aruer, A. If. Partridge. O. W. Mavfyer, .J. Vnu Uimion, W. J. Robert. Jutlirtt of the 1'euecD. S. Knox, C. A. Randall. Countable H. Bwagart ,teAooi Dirtrtor 11. If. Miv, 1J. O. Pa in. S. IT. Hnslet, A. B. Kelly.U. W. Rob- jmon, T. J. Van tllesen. TORKST COUNTY OFFICERS. Piident Judge i. P. Wktmork. Anciatn Judges ion. (J. Dalk, Ed- ITAUD K RUR. iVex.iwrT fl. J. Skti.kt. Iotkonotary, llegittr t liecordsr, fc J. TV. Cl.ARK, Sheriff' J umth Sua wk k v. CbmmMm'oner El,t ItlinMH, InAAO lyO NO, Joll RUCK. fbnnty Superintendent U. S. BnocK Vat. District Attorney 9,. P. InwiH. wry Cumminsioners If. Z. Townkb, LYMAN Cook. (Vunv .Vtrvctor T. P. Cot.M5. (Kroner M.Ittkt., Jr. Ctounfv uditors Nicholas Titomt ox, J. ft. Nmn., II. A. Zvksdkij.. Mtmberof ftiifiYM(Ji:e. A. Jknks. Assembly J. IJ. Aokkw. LOCALAND MISCELLANEOUS. Rev. Elliot will preach in the "Pr...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 18 April 1877

., -it Drill. U the West Point military school the cadets are t&ifght to ritlo bare back, to ride without tirrupt, to jump hur dles, to uso the pistol atul saber while riding, to "cut heads to the right and left" and other feats. The' "heads" are leather balls about four or five inches in diameter, which are planed oo posta of various heights. The trooper raoying at a rapid gallop must cut these heads to tho right and left, and also cut heads renting on the ground, the last a rather diflicult feat whn done to tho left, compelling the rider to swing the saber over his bridlo li.tnd and to reach down from a bcrt-e sixteen hands high. They also cut heads with the right and left at the instant of jumping a hurdle. The most skillful mancerec is the cutting of a head upon the ground between two hurdles placed about forty feet apart, the trooper riding nt full speed and cutting to the right and left in the intervil between leaping the hur dles. The trooper is also taught to turn his hi...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 25 April 1877

Funijsmcii hvlky v. t.dvi-.smay, uy ELM STT.LlT, TIONmA, TA, - TEEMS, fcl.OO A YEAU. No Subscriptions roeelvod for n shorter poi bvl than three mouths. Correspondence solicited from nil parts ol'lho country. No notiist w ill bo taken of anonymous communications. BUSINESS DIRT.CTOUY. TI0HE3TA LODGE Xo. ,'iri!). Hi" MEETS every Friday rvonin;?, fit S o'clock, In tho I bill formerly occupied Y UiO ( Inod 'J'om u!:u h. s. .1. setlev, n. o. . w. ci. a kk, Scc'y. ;:7-ir. i" TICNESTA COUNGir., NO 1 2. V O. TJ. -A.. XV. M KIWI'S !it Odd Fellows' Loih'O Room, every Tii'vtrtav evenu at 7 o'clock. 1 Mi CLA11K, C. W. A. VAKNEIt, U. s. :;i w. k. lathy. .1. n. aom;v. J 3' 7' o it x i: r a at Tj a ir , TlONEoTA, PA. ATTENTION" SOMMKltS ! I have been admitted to jiiiii ti.'o ns fin Alt-u ney in tlio Pension Oiiico sit Wa-.li-ii);ton, I). O. All (illlecru, soldiers, or K-iilors w ho wero injnivd in llio kilo war, can obtain pensions to winch they may bo untitled, lv calling on or addressing mo lit '...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 25 April 1877

If 5 KMTOR. UE&mDAY M0RX1M, APR. 25, 1SJ7. Our Washington Letter. SppoJal to the IlBPrtiMctir. WAPniNQTOX, I). C, Apr. 20 ,77. Notwithstanding tliat our Demo crntic menus still insist that iiMijrht but universal corruption exists liere nt Washington, it is impossible thnt any of tliera conM be foui -1 to deny tlint tho Lord lins mined generally licroabotvt without cessation for the treeFc past; and still it conies down water, water everywhere, find not n street crossing but is submerged. Fig. uratively ppenking, wo have probably taken more wator during the last six days than at any time since the flood, nnd if it continues much longer we will doubtless see the honorablo Sen ate as one vast fleet of indolicr., paddling their way Irotu the Capitol to the White House to the tunc of "Tho Old Flag nud nil appropriation forever." liesicl-es this "uncomfortable descent oi me iiumicai nam that Hows, wc are Si ven the privilege this week of stand ing on the stroet corners, up to our knee...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 25 April 1877

WEDXESDATMORMXB, APR. J5, TS77. nonouGH officers. . Ilurac .Ton n A. l.n. Oi iw if in m J. V. Robinson, S. A. Hrnor, A. If. Partridge. O. V. Sawyer, ,J. Vim (iiosen, VV. J. lb.berl. Jttxtit'.t of the l'eitee I). S. Knox, C. A. thiiidaU. ( 'mmtnlile If. K wii'Tgnvt .School )i rurtorx II. IT. Mav, IT. O. la- I.i, H. II. lfnslet.A. lb Kt'llyiU. W. Eob iis'.in, T. J. Van Oirseu. . FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. Prf.tiilmt JudyIt. I). WkCjiw! k, AXOciltttt JtlltrCN Jos. (i. Il.xi.n, Eo ivaiio K Kit it, Tren.nirer S, .T. Ki;ti.ky. tothonlari, lleyixter ' Tteeordr.r, ifr.-i- J. W. Ol.AM,'. Sheriif Trvrix SlIAWKKY. ltnmiitHrs Et.l JJkki.IN, Isaac I.QXd, JotlX IlKCB, 'Vm(h.i Superintendent 'II. S. Hltonc WU. Oixtriet Attorney S. 11. Inwiv. .! tinmmisxiaiier II. .. Towjckr, t.VMAN Cook. f.i.i fiia-veiior T. 1). Col. its. Wo r M . iT TT KI., .1 It . (vvti Avditorx NifHot.AH TuoMl nx. J. It. Nkii.i., II. A. Zi'iixnn.i,. Afomhrr of Cmutrrxx Uyai. A. Jksks. iMOiil'idi-J. II. AflNKW. LOCAT- AND MISCELLAN...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 25 April 1877

V i l!n cnllcnifu., just el from over the Ciuiailintivbor- iiT, tews ineeo nones : lie was in the hotel gcncral-acoommodation room, when two veterans of the (Jiotel) bar, layiug schemes for a lrink, began to tell stories to each other for his ben efit. "Thefe are awful hard times," raid one. "I never saw such timc3 be fore, except w hen I was in Ohio, au' then I was hard put to t to get tuoni' Nothin' to do. I had a yoke of steers, but they wn'nt carnin' nothin'. But I lived right on the road the West ern emigrants went over every day. So I dug a hole in that road at the foot of the hill near my house, turned II liviu' spring of water into 't, and made a good mud-hole. Well, when the emigrants camo alon, every day there would be one or mOrc teams git stuck in the mud-hole, an' they would sec my steers standin' out doin' nothin' an' they would send up an' git mo to come an' help 'em out; and I rIivuz charged as much as five .dollars a lift. "Well, I kep' that mnd-holo right up in goo...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 2 May 1877

i i I! i t r ' 1 V r : 1 it 1 She $TOt gcpulilknn, in njiiLwnr.n kvkrt wi:tou:may, hy W. R. DUNN. orncr. n uoiuNaoN BowNKH'a edildikq r.r,M BTRXETfTIOlJ K3T A, PA. TERM, ?2.0 A YEAR. No (Subscriptions received fr n Miorter fctiM Ihmi three months. Corrofpoivlriicn solicited from all parts of th country. No notice will bo taken of mionynious communications. DUSINttSS DIRECTORY. ZftL? TIONIHT A "lODQE MKETS every Friday evening, at 8 o'clock, iu tlm Hall lormcriy occupied llV UlO Uoixl TclllllaiH. S. .1. SET LEY, X. (J. I). W. CLAl'JC, Secy. 27-lf. TI0NE3TA COUNCIL, NO. ?A2. O..TJ. -A.. 3VL". MKF.TS nt Odd Fellows' Lodge Room, every Tuesday evening, lit 7 o'clock. P. M. CLA UK, C. N. A. VAllNEE, E. S. :u W. K. l.ATIIV. .1. H. AllNW, .1 t r o ii jv a v s a r j Air, TIONKSTA, PA. ATTI'.NTION ftOMMHRM! I have been admitted in practice as nil Attorne v lu tlm Pension Ofllco nt Wash ington, ' D. O. All ollicors, soldiers, or Bailors who were injured In tlm Into war, can obtain pensions to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 2 May 1877

f ' TV She $(rot glcpuHicnn. l rt;i;uinTrr kvkrt "Wr.ru:MAY, by W. I?. DUNX. orncr. is miuNarw bohner's euilbino. ELM STRnCT fTION EST, PA. TERMS, f 2.00 A YEAR. No fSnbscrlptlons resolved fr a shorter fevIM tlxin throo months. Correspondence solicited from nil parts rf Ihfl country. No notice will 1)0 taken of Mionymotis communications. KUSINCS3 DIRECTOHY. TI0WE3TA LODGE .1.0, of o. r MEETS every Friday evening, at 8 o'clock, In IIisUmII lornicrly occupied hy Uio Good Templars. S. .1. SlTLEY, X. o. d. w. claek, 8fc-y. ar-tf. X " tionitta'council," NOT 3 1 2. V O..TJ. J.. 2. MEETS nt odd Fellows Lodgo ltoom, evorv Tnesduv evening, nt 7 o'clock. ' ' P. M. I'1,AUK. t. H. A. VARNEE, I!. S. Ill W. V.. 1.ATHV. .1. H, AOXl'.W. A T T O Ji X i: Y S A T I, A It', . TIONKKTA, PA. ATTENTION fcOMJIIJHS! I Uavo been Rdtnlttod tt practice n an Attorney in tlio Pension Oillco ut Wash ington,'!). ('. All ollieors, soldiers, or sailors who wore injured In the Into wnr, can ibtalii pensions to which ...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 2 May 1877

forest gtpuMifan. W. R. DUNN - - EDITOR, JWEDSESDAT MORNING, MAT !, I877. Our Washington Letter. Ppaol.il to tho Repcblicak. Washington, D. C, Apr. 27, 77. A few days since a gentleman who ' an applicant for a foreign appoint ment, made asocial call ou President ILiyc, and, in the course of conversa tion, alluded to the threats of Jllttinp, Ben Wade and other extreme Repub licans to antagonize the Southern poli cy. The President said he saw no reason for uneasiness on that score, and that he did not see how these gen tlemen were going to giva practical force and effect to their opposition. They could not do it by thwarting any personal plans or prospects of his own, bcuausa.be had none for them to thwart, and they could not do it by di 'i'oating his nor.iioatious in the Sea nto, because he never would send any name to the Senate in whose confirm ation he had any interest beyond that inspired by his general views as to the good of the public service. lie did not see that they could d...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 2 May 1877

WEDNESDAY MQBMSG, MAY !, l&?7. BOROUGH OFFICEPtS. Bur gen--G. W. RotunroN. (,;ri7i. n T. J). Thomas, a. J. Sotley Win. Richards, 1). S. Knox, A. B. Kolly, ;. A. Kitmliill. Juntieen of the Peace D. S, Knox, C. A. Randall. (AnntOthl If. Hwaggart Hkool Dirertor 11." If. May, II. O. Da is, M. n. Haslet, A. H. Kellyja. W. Kob- mon, T. J. Van Gtcson. VORKST COUNTY OFFICERS. President Judge L. T. Wftmork. Atitorinte Judge Jon. O. Dai.k, Kd w nu Kerr. Treasurer fl. J. Skti.fy. Jothonntary, llegiiter it Recorder, tie, J. W. Clark. a Sheriff Jvhtjh Shawkey. Oomminioncra EM DkuMN, Isaac T,eVa, JoHN Heck. . lriny Superintendent II. S. Brock Way. JUntrirt Attorney fl. P. Ibwijc. .wry (iommiioer II. X. Towukr, Lyman Cook. (iunty Surveyor T. P. CotU!. tfcrott'er M.Ittel, Jr. t.ioinrv y4 wrfifo?' -Nicwot.au Thomv- tOS, J. U. NltM., II. A. ZUESBKI.Ii. Member of (ngrexa--Cir.o, A. Junks. .rlMmty J. B. Aoskw. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE. There will bo a meeting of tlie "Re publican County Cotn...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 2 May 1877

1 m the habit of ! 3 Uo laborer who was at ;J nr him whenever ha wanted ir.h supply of lime, and, as the scaf fold on which ho wrought was rather email, this occurred very often during a day s work. A loinor who was lit ting in a window immediately under neath, noticing Pat answer dutifully to every whistle from the mason thought of playing a trick on him by imitating the whistle, and thus brought him up with a houful of lime when there was no room for it. The mason fold Tat that he had not whistled, and he had no other alternative than to trudge back with hia load. This hav ing occurred for a third time during the day, rat thought he would watch and see where the whistle came from He had not waited long with the hod on his shoulder when he heard the identical whistle directly under where he stood, and, leaning over, ho paw the head of the joiner protruding out ot the window immediately below. 1 at, without more ado, emptied the hod right over" the whistler's head. The joiner yelled...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 9 May 1877

t ' V She Rarest gUjmMifim. l3 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, BY W.'R,DaNN. DTFICB IS SOMNSOfl A BUILDISa ELM BTEEET, TI0TTC3TA, FA. TERMH, f2.00 A YF.ATt. No Subscription received for a shorter period than tlirco months. Correspondence solicited from nil parts of the country. No notice will bo taken of Mianymous communications. DUSINESS DIRECTORY. Mimu 4 VOL.X NO. G. TIONESTA, PA., MAY 9, 1877. $2 PER ANNUM. TIONESTA LODGE No. 360, T. o. of o. tp. MEETS every Friday evening, at 8 o'clock, in tho 1 1 nil formerly occupied W the Uood Templars. J H. J. SETLEY, N. O. 1). W. CLARK, Sec'3'. 27-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL NO. 342. O.TT. ArM. EETS at Odd Fellows' Lodge Room, every Tuesday evening, at 7 o clock. J P. M. CLARK. 0. H. A. VARNER, R M1 MItS. C. M. HEATH, DRESSMAKER, Tionosta, Pa. MRS. HEATH has rocontly move! to this plane for the purpose of meeting a want which the Indies of tho town and county have f'r a long time known, that of having a dressmaker of xporionco anion;; them. I nm prepar...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 9 May 1877

- EDITOR. ;VtD.rSDAY 3ICRXr.t MAT 9, JS7. -...i. ti.- 11. ji , i I,, I, Our Washington Letter. Spcolal to tl0 lvF.rCHI.ICAX. " Washington, 1). U., May 4, '77. While absent from the city to at teml the opeuing of the permanent x liibiliou at Philadelphia, it is said the President will take tinio to visit New York. Unusual efforts will ha made to muke his reception brilliant, and no doubt the commercial metropolis will leave nothing undono to receive suitably the chosen ruler of the laud. The civic authorities of New York have an experience in these matters that enables them to excel any other municipality. If it is expected that the President's bead will be turned by a reception, however brilliant, a mistake is made. Speaking from knowledge, I am safe in saying that no man in the United States is less likely to be carried away by a demonstration thaa President Hayes. Ho may have faults, but they are not such ns can be worked upon and brought out by means of a grand reception. If bo h...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 9 May 1877

WEDNESDAY S1011MK, MAT 9, 1877. HO VI OUG H OFFICERS. r;. i) w 1)i,ivl-..v dvuneitmen 1. I'. Thomas, S. J. SotlcV Win. Richards, 1). 8. Knox, A. H. Kelly, U. A. Randall. Justices of the, Peace I). S. Knox, C. A. Randall. Oonstattle II. Swangnrt Stehool Directors 11. II. Mav, If. O. Pa- in, H. M. Haslet, A. 11. Kellyj (I. W. F.ob tmon, T. J. Vim (.lesen, m FOREST COUNTT OFFICERS. President .Tudye Ti. D. Wktmorf. y(ori'((fl Jvdgr.s3ots. O.'D.U.K, Ed it Ann Kwtn. Treasurer S. J. Rkti.F.Y. J'mtlionotaiy, Register if- Recorder, itc j. W. Cr.Atiif. A'AcriT Jchti.s Siiawttky. Commissioners El.l liKRt.m, IsAAO 1, 0l, .loHK llFCK. (Jnuntt Superintendent l. 8. Ilnocit WAY. 7i.; iV Attorney S. P. Irwix. Jury OomtniMionerMll. Z, Town En, Lyman Cook, County Surveyor T. D. Coi.LIKh. Coroner I. Ittki., Jr. Ctomiy uditors Nicholas Tiiomt- IOK, J. H. NkILI., II. A. LK!I)EI,T Member of Congress Uko. A. Ji:kh. Assembly J. 15. AnSEW. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE. Tlicre will be n meeting of the TU j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 9 May 1877

V.'oi.iv!.Yt la Pleased. Soma time ago there livpd" in Kdin burgk a well-known grumbler named (Sandy Black, whose .oft-recurring fits of tpleen or indigestion produced some amusing scents of senseless irritability which were highly relished by all ex cent the brute's rood, patient little wife. One morning Sandy rose, bent od a quarrel. The baddies aud eggs were excellent, dona to a turn, and had been ordered by himself the previous evening, and breakfast passed without the looked-lor compliment. "What will jou havo for dinner, toardy V Baid Airs. UJack. "A chicken, madam." said tho hus band. Koasted or boiled ?" "Confound it, madam, if you had been a good and considerate wife you would have known before this what I liked," Sandy growled out, and slam ming the door behiud him left the house. It was iu the spring, and a friend who was prosont heard his little wife say : "Sandy's bent on a disturbance to day ; I shall not nleaso him, do what I can." v: The dinner time came audj Sandy a...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 16 May 1877

She cf.rct 'iVwWiraxu r.i l't. r.v,r,Mrr,i r,vi )-.v v ri da Y, nv W. U. 1 H.I NN. urr;cu in n:ir.n:.;.:w ,-. jMjrT.R'3 ntntraxd , r.;.K tawr, ijsslsta, rA. - TKIt.VS, ?.i!0 A VKAi:. yn F uiinTipt ion received for ft shorter period than throe months. Correspondence solicited from all parts oTtho country. No notice will be taken of anonymous communication. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TIONESTA LODGE Ao. .309, --SI. O.of of O. IP. MEETS every Friday evening, ftt 8 o'clock, in lhS Unit formerly occupied r Uie Uood Templars. H.J. SET LEY, N. n. I). W. CLaUK, Scc'y. 27-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342. . O. TJ. -A.. , MEETS at Odd Pel lows' Lodge Room, evory Tuesday evening, nt 7 o'clock. P. M. CLARK, C. H. A. YARN Kit, It. K. 31 W. K. I.ATltV. J. II. AHXIVTi XVI 1IY & AGMnV, AT TO Jl X E VS AT LA If , TIONESTA, rA. ATTENTION HOMUKirtff I liava been admitted to practice as an Attorney In tho Pension Olllco at Wash ington, ' I). C. AH ouleors, soldiers, or sailors who were Injured In tho lata war...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 16 May 1877

r EDITOR, WEDNESDAY M0RS1XG, MAT 16, 1877. Announcements. TTERM9 : Announcements for the of fice of County Treasurer f 10 each, cash in advance. 2o announcement will be inner ted on any other terms. Wo are requested to announce thenaino of NICHOLAS THOMPSON, of Tionosta township, as a candidate for County Trea Mirer, subject to Republican usaires. Mr. Thompson waa a soldier in the late war, and lost an arm at the battle of diet lyshurg. Our Washington Letter. Bpeoial to the RtPuntiCAW. Washington. D. C.Mav 11. '77. I believe it is Mr. Jobling who says that "there are chords in Lh human breast. &c." And I have been think ing that if Mr. Hayes and Mr. Tildcn happen to have &Dy of these strings utout their physical selves, they wil be given an excellent opportunity to jar, should these two gentlemen accept the invitation of the chamber of com merce of New York City to attend its nnnual banquet. However, it is not likely that the meeting will occnr and the many sharp newspaper a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 16 May 1877

WEDNESDAY HQRSIM, MAT 16, 1877. BOROUGH OFFICERS. Burpee--O. W. Robisbot. OMn!i7mn P. I). Thomas, 8. J. Hetley Win. Richards, I. H. Knox, A. 11. Kelly, C. A. Randall. Ju.it I a-t of the JVaee D. S. Knox, C. A. ttandall. ninnfabltt IT. Swacirar . Hehool DireetoreM. if' May. II. O. Da is, S. It. Haslet, A. M. Klly, G. W. Rob iieon, T. J. Van GIpsoii. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. M i.. Preeidmt Judge Ij. D. Wktmork. Aeeeeiate JudgetJo. G. Dalk, Ed- 47 A RD KKRR. Vaaturer 8. J. SkTI.KT. rnthonotary, Jiegieter Jt Recorder, . J. W. OLAR. .VA-fT JtHTH S If AWKKY. Cbmmi'Mioner ELI BKMLm, IilAAO Lono, Jouk Hrck. Ctnfy .Superintenrfenr U. S. Brock- WAT. . Iilrict 4tUrnv S. I). Iawiw. Jurv (fcm7ntionr II. Z. ToWNBR, Ttmaw Cook. Count) .ynvtyor T. D. CoLLma. , rw.-nn'nr 1 . TtTKI.. J. daunt u Auditor NICHOLAS THOMP- WK, J. R. N RIM., II. A. ZUKWDRM.. ifembtro Conqrr-Qr.o. A. Jknkb. AesmblyJ. II. Aoskw. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE. There will be a meeting of the Tie publican County Committee at t...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 16 May 1877

.Shu t r. r c I" t .to f? bi ops of o,i Jj:;clii:g ui.t na Lragglng about! jus watch uog.. llo went on to say that Nero was f splendid watchdog; I'uit ho would never un grewl at a child, and at night lie would tear any one to pieces he found about the prem ises. "Ain't you afraid he will bite you soma night when you come home late?" we anked. "Not a bit of it, he's too intelligent. He knows ray step as soon as I put ray foot on the gallery. Why, I weuldn t take five hundred dollars for that dog. He's the most reliable biting dog in San Antonio." About three days after the foregoing conversation took place, quite early one morning we met a policeman lend ing this identical dog ont into the suburbs. "What are you going to do with Major Jones' dog?" we asked. "He gave Lira tojue te take out and shoot." "What for?" we naked ia amaie mant. "Because he tackled the Major en his couiiDg home, and bit him iu thir teen places ; and he will not be down town for a week." "But I heard the Major ...

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