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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 5 September 1877

EDITOR. VTEnSFSDAY MOMIXG, KEPT. 5, 18?7. Th Exourlon. The excursion to Chautauqua yen ttrdny was a succoes in Enjoyment on J 3', as it did not pay financially. About two hundred people were on the train, which arrived : at Mayville on time, where lay the steamer Mayville wait ing. All along down the lake the party kept dropping off at the differ- ent points Lakoview getting the larg er number. The day was just riyht fur a Bail and raort of the excursionists availed themselves , of this pleasure. Thosu who went on to Jamestown speut the afternoon in shopping and trying to get a little fun cut of a town, that feels blue, looks blue and is blue. However, those, who went ever to the Weeks House had rather the best of ' it. as a first-class meal makes even a blue town look different to a visitor. ; At eight o'clock the steamer May- '.'yille, -nicely decorated with colored lanterns, left her docks with the ex cursionists homeward bound. The up- r per deek was soon monopoliztd by the i da...

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. — 5 September 1877

n it 4 f VtftTCSMI KQRMJ8, SEPT, 6,1577. ' BOnOUGUOFFICKHS. RrffefQ, W. Rorjoy. ItoWncttrntn P. D. ThnmM, S. J. flotlaj Wbi. RloinnU, D. S. Knox, A, I). Kelly, 0, A. lUodall. Jmttictt tiflht Pmc D. 9. Knox, C. A. Randal). (.UnutabU IT. Swapgart SoAoof frirertorali. H. May, II. O. Da U, O. W. Roblnaon, T. J. Van Gleson, D. W. CUfk, W. It. Dunn. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. JVMimf Jvdgth. D. Wstmori!. Atiriut Judges 3 tin. O. Daub, Ed it a no Kcnit. ftMntrw-fl. J. Skti.kt. I'roUionotttry, Rg$ter Reeordor, dte. 1. W. Or.AKir. Hhfiriffi UBTIS Shawkut, (AmmiiN'nntr -Kli BERLIN, IsAAO Li!(, Joan Kkck. Omnfy .yifpermfenaW U. H. Hbock- VTAT. IHttriel Attornev-H. D. Inwi. JWv OowwniMionera II. 56. ToWWKR, Ltman CooiC. Cbnnfy Surveyor T. T). CoLLia. Ormer M. Ittbl, Jr. Cannti Auditor Nicholas Thomt f.i. J. It. N'kili,, It. A. ZuF.snr.ix. M&mberuf Mm(rMOKO. A. Jkkk. A$mbti J. B. Aunkw. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Rev, Elliot will preach in the Presbyterian Church, on Sunday-next renming aud evenin...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 5 September 1877

.tlcraan was witness, n few days , ti a eharp trick at cards on a pas rft'ngor train on one of our Western railroads noted for the favor in which three-card-rnonte men and other card sharps hold it. A well-dressed, cleri cal -looking gentleman had attracted a crowd of gaping passengers around him by a number of ingenious and skillfully executed tricks with a pack of playing card", and, at last, shuffling the cards several times and slapping them down on his knee, he said : "I'll bet any man in the crowd that I can cut the jack of diamonds at the first attempt." Every one huug back sua piciously, until a green, gawky-looking individual with hav.iepil in his hair. pushed forward. "Mister," he ques tioned, "may I take a squint at them keerds?" "Certainly," repliod the pro fessional, as he handed them over. The man inspected them suspiciously, and then, apparently satisfied, returned them, but aid not take the bet. "The cards are all right, aren't they ?" the professional asked. "Ya'as,...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 12 September 1877

j WMJfiam every wednwiut, ey ? W. K. DUNN. OfTICa I if ROBINSON 4 BOSm'8 BOILDINO . ELM STREET, TIPS EOT A, PA. TERMS, $CJ.OO A YEAR. No HubflorlptloiM roeolvod for a shorter period than thrco months. Correspondonon solicited from all part of llm country. No notice will lo taken of tuionymou-i corriuuinieation. 1 !' QU3INE.SS DIRECTORY. TI0NE3TA LODGE Xo. 309, J. O. of O. 3?. Tt 1 1 KT3 VOI-1 iry rn.lay oveninir, nt 8 1YJL o'elo. elock, In the Hall formerly occupied by U9 (Jiod Templars. S. J. SETLEY, N. O. It.AV. CLaRK, Soc'y. 27-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342. O. TJ. -A.. IMC. .f KETS t Odd Fellows' Lodge Komn, Lit. or or j 7 uosday evenlnp, at o'clock, M. CLARK, C. SI H. A. VARNER, R. 8. W. W. UTHT. J. W. iUNKffi IATHY A: AGNEW, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TIONEaTA, PA. ATTENTION HOMlim ! I War been admitted to practice as an Attorney In the Pension Ottleo at Wash ington, ' I). (2. All ofllccrs, soldiers, or sailors who wore Injured in tlio lato vmr, art obtain poimiona to winch they may b ...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 12 September 1877

Site swsi $tpMiwm. ' M rUftLlfiUHD ETEUY WEDNESDAY, BY W.R.DrjNN. ofticb is robinsow & Bosm'B building . DJa STRICT, TIOamTA, FA, TJSIUlH, $2.00 A YEAR. Jfo HMbfiorlptioim rocolvod for a shorter period than throo months. Correspond once NolicltoJ from all part of llifl country. No nolle will bo taken of tuionymoiM communicatlona. (JUG Hquaio (l i i : VOL.X NO. 23. TIONESTA, PA., SEPTEMHEH 12, 1877. $2 PEP, ANNUM. BU3INES3 DIRECTORY. TIONESTA LODQE Aro. 2H I. O. of O. TP. MEKT3 voiy Friday evening, Bt 8 o'clock, In the Hall formerly occupied by tuoUaod Tomplarn. H. J. SETLKY, N. O. I."W. CLAUIC, Socv. 27-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342. O. IT. .A.. lL. ,VT RETS Bt Odd Fellow' Lodtfo Koom, 1X ovory Tuotday eveulnij, at o'clock r. M. CLANK, C. H. A. VAENEK, It. a, 81 W. M. I.ATHT. J. M. iONSW, LATHY &z aVGNlSW, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TIONE3TA, PA. ATTENTION NOMIKRH! I hare been admitted to practice an an Attorney In the reunion ottioo at Wash inirton. I). C. All ofilccrw, soldiers, or...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 12 September 1877

- - - EDITOR. WKDaESBAY MORMXG.SEPT.ll, IS77. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOIt SUPREME JUDO E, HON. JAMES I STERRETT, OF ALLEGHENY C OUNTY. FOIt STATE TREASURER, CAIT. W. H. HART, OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, HON. J. A. M. PASSMOHE, OF SCHUYLKILL COUNTY. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. FOR TREASURER, WM. LAWRENCE, OF TlONESTA. Maine ! Maiuo lmd lier Stale election on Monday last, and elected Conner, .Re publican, for Governor by upward of G.000 majority. Tbo Senate standa 23 Republicans, 3 Democrats ; tbe House 97 Republicans, 26 Democrats, 2 GrcenbackersaudG not reported. And all tbis notwithstanding Hayes' South ern policy, nnd that Maine is tbe home of Blaine Jim. r-S . Republican State Convention. Tbe Republican Stato Convention met as per announcement, at Harris burg, on tbe 5th inst., and put in nom ination for Supremo Judge, Hon. Jas. P. Sterrett ; for State Treasurer, Capt. W. 13. Hart, and for Auditor General, Hon. J. A. M. Tassmore. The nomi nations are eminently sati...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 12 September 1877

WEDNKMlAY JlCllMMi, SEPT. 1!, 1S77. nonouan officers. Jlurfjtss--(l, W. UoniNHONt iynincHmen P. 1). Thomas, H. .T. Setley Wm. Hlchards, I). S. Knox, A. 1$. Kelly, C A. Itnndiill. Justice of the Peace D. M. Knox. C. A. (ttlllllllll. (Xinstnlite IT. Hwngirnrt tSchnol Director IL II. Miiy, IT. O. Da vis, O. W. ltobinson, T. J. yandieson, 1). W. Chirk, W. It. Dunn. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. President. Jmlije L. D. Wktmorb. Associate, Judges Jos. (J. Dai.k, Ro VAiin Kkhh. Treasurer J. St:TM'Y. Prnthnnntari, Hey inter X; Recorder, ifr. J. W. I'i.auk'. s7i e ritr J it st i h Ska w ic k v. fiiwi.Moirr Kli Bkuun, Isaac J,ON(l, JoilN KlX'li. Count ; iSiiperiiitcnih'nf II. S. Bnoric "WAV. JUstriet Attorney D. InwfV. .)) tlommixsioifcrs H. Town nil, Lyman Cook. (flinty 'Surveyor T. P. Coi.mns. rvivir M. TrTia,, Jr. County Auditors Nichot.as Thosiv rON, J. K. NtHMi, II. A. 7,lTi:rnFM,. Mcmhcr of Oonf)ress u WntTK. Assembly I. B. AflXKW, LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Regular services nt tho M. E. Church...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 12 September 1877

r wna given, tfto siJenc?e j i!iom Until once more. i or n nour the ofllco clock ticked a hAo id the quietness, .when Walter Mnillancl roso slowlr from his chair, with the Times unfolded in his hand, nnJ, letting tba paper faltf canio and etood upon the rug besiJo his friend, who had just ro-entered from the hank. Very gently ho laid his hand upon his Rcnior'e nhoulder, "Dart, old friend ! I whnf to ppcak - . j. i .. i ' . u ic.r nuiuj iu jruu in great cnrnesi- new. Since wo raet yesterday mornine, I bate grown to feel quite certain of ono thing quite. The tirno has not in roality been very long, but it seem ed o, and gave me plenty of opportu nity for thought ; and wli.it I have , grown to feel 80 sure of in this, I shall never marry now." "Nor I," replied Maurice, meaning , it as men do not often mean the phrase, though they utter it as firmly. "I funded not. Now, we are both wealthy men, Dart," continued Wal ter, bravely and gently, "and this wealth we ottered a day or two go, to...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 19 September 1877

tr. 1 b ffilu gcwt gcpuMkau. 18 rOBMnKl EVEHY WEDNESDAY, UY w. n. dunn. CrriOB IN ROmXBOW A BOHTOH'S BUILD 1X3 ELM BTKECT, TIOTOBTA, FA. TERMS, 2.00 A YEAIl. No Subscriptions received for a shorter I urlod than throe months. Correspondonco solicited from nil parts of the country. No notice will be taken of auonyruous communications. V.A ! .'.J.' I" "!"""'-J.' BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TI0NE3TA LODGE xtv tan O.of O. IP. MEETS every Friday evening, at 8 o'clock, in the Hall formerly ocoupied by MieOaod Tomplars. H. J. SETLEY, N. O. P. W. CLARK, Soc'y. 27 -tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342. O. TJ. .A.. ZMT. MEETS nt Odd Fallows' Lodge Room, evory Tuesday evening, at 7 o'clock. 1 M. CLARK, C. 8. A. VARNER, R. S. 31 VT. K. LATHY. J. It. idNEW. L.ATIIY &z AdTSJCrSV, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TIONESTA, FA. ATTENTION HOLDIERM! I Uavo been admitted to practice as an Attorney in the Pennon Onlce at Wash ington, ' P. C. All oillcers, soldiers, or minora w ho wero injured in tho Into war, imii obtain pension...

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. — 19 September 1877

- EDITOR liXMESDAT HORSING, SEPT. 19, JS77. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOIl SUPREME JUDGE, HON. JAMES P. STJGRKETT, OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY. FOR STATE TREASURER, CAPT. W. B. HART, OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, nON. J. A. M. PASSMORE, OF SCHUYLKILL COUNTY. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. FOR TREASURER, WJI. LAWRENCE, OF TIONESTA, OUR NOMINEES. That our readers may kuow Borne- thing of nur State nominee?, we ex tract the following facta from their personal history : Judge James P.Sterrett is about fifty-five years old, a resident of Pitts burgh, and a native of Western Penn sylvania. He has passed most of his professional life in Allegheuy county, where he has twice been elected to the President Judgeship the 6ccond time, in 1872, without any opposition from the Democracy. On the death of Judge Williams of the Supreme Court last winter, the Governor appointed Judge Sterrett to fill the vacancy, and his high character and sound judicial abil ity nave justly earned him the nomi nation ...

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. — 19 September 1877

1 8ht &oxwl t$Mm. TfEBXESDU MORNHC, SEPTrT9Tlfe77. BOHOUGH OFFICKHS. ItvrgMtQ. W. UoniNMoN. . tyruHcUmtn P. I). Thomns, 8. J. Sotloy Wm. Richards, 1). H. Knox, A. B. Kelly, C. A. Randall. Jutiea of the Peace D. H. Knox, C. A. Randall. (iMaf)e II. 8w(gart MOAoof Director 11. 11. May, II. O. Da ' Tin, (. W. Hoblimon, T. J. Van Gioscn, D. W. Clark, W. II. Dunn. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. JYMioVnf Judge 1j. I). Wktmohp. Aeinte Judge Jon. G. Dalk, Kd ffAitn Krcnn. 'Venturer 8. J. Suti.f.T. 7Vo4oiof ary, Register it Jleeorder, ifc J. W. Ot.AtlK. Sheri(T Justi Hhawkky. OumjaMiionT Eli IJkkmx, Isaac Lono, John Kkcic. County Superintendent I. S. IIkock- W AY. JHstriet Attorney H. D. Irwin. Jury Oommiitioncr II. 'A. Towner, I.tman Cook. (Tounty Surveyor T. I. CoM.IN. Coroner M. Ittf.i,, Jr. Ctownfv Auditor Nkhot.as TnoMV iok, J. U. Nkii.t., II. A. 'Avr.ynv.iA.. Member of CungreM 11 Mtnn Wiiiti:. Ambly J. B. AonfWi r ... LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Rev, Elliot will preach in the Presbyterian Chu...

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. — 19 September 1877

' o y, whoso idea , . ' iifilui,. 83 being too , i i tinl whose constitutional cr.isity la quickened by the high ;oJif.'iou8 predilections that form a loading feature in his uhnrnctcr. This old man while wending his way home ward oae evening last week saw a piece of meat lying near the sidewalk, which his kind heart suggested had been dropped there by an all-wise Provider for the benefit of his faithful cur, which answered to the name "Bulger." The meat was picked up and placed very carefully in the old man's bag, and as lie walked on he thought over and over again of the joy Bulger would experi ence in devouring the feast ho had found for him. When be had reached his homo hetteatcd himself on his steps, nnd whistled for Burger, who came, wagging his tail and manifesting other pymptwms of pleasure at seeing his an cient friend. Taking the meat from the bag, the old man said : "Da ole man fetch yer a bone, yer uasty lazy thing, and here it is rale good meat ; take it and eat it, and ...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 26 September 1877

She forest gJcpuWim 13 rUCMSHKD EVKUY WISDNESDAY, BY W. 1?.. DUNN, err ice rt Rorasow &, bonner's build n?o ELM BTRECTS, TIOSEBTA. PA. TERMS, 2.oo A YE A IX. Wo Subscriptions rcrelvod for a shorter porlod than throe months. Corrcspondoneo Holidtcd from all part of thft country. No notice will bo taken of enonymoua common U-Atlonn. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TIONESTA LODGE No. 3d!), O. of O. W. MEETS every Friday evening, lit 8 o'clock, in the Hail lormorly occupied by W8 Good ToniplurH. H. J. SETLEY, N. O. I). V. CLaRK, Soe'y. 27-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342. O. XT. .A.. WhAl. M1 EETS (it Odd Fellows' J.odgo Room, overy Tuesday evening, at i n clock. 1. M. CLARK. C. 8. A. VARNER, It. 8. 31 W. H. I.AT1IY. J. B. J.ONKW. LATHY -Ss A-OINIirW, A T TO 11X11 YS AT LAW, TIONESTA, TA. ATTENTION KOI.DIFUH! I bare been admitted to practice as an Attorney in the Pension Onleo at Wash iriltlun, ' 1. C. All olllecrs, soldiers, or sailors who were Injured in tho late war, nan obtain pensions' to whi...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 26 September 1877

EDITOR, m EDSESDAT JiORNlSG, SEI7. 16, lc7. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. j FOR SUPREME JUDGE, j iion. .tames r. steriiett, ' or ALLEG II F.N Y COUNTY". FOK STATE THFASUHF.lt, CAIT. W. I?. HAuT, OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY. FOR AUDITOK GEN I'.HA L, nox. j. a. m. passmoiu:, OF SCHUYLKILL COUNTY. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. FOR TREASURER, WM. LAWItl'Ci:, OF TIONKSTA. The Erie Dispatch soys the dis play of live stock nt tlio State Fair will exceed that of nny ever given by the society. The different breeds of cattle, Short Horns, Ayrshire, Devon, Holstein, Alderneys aud olher breeds will be there in great numbers. As to the horses, some of the very best blood will be represented. There will be a few days' delay in building the railroad bridge acroBS the Clarion river, owing to a mistake hav ing been made in the calculation. The abutments were built and the bridge framed, but it was discovered the abut ments were nine feet too far apart, or the bridge nine feet too short, conse quently that much more...

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. — 26 September 1877

forest gcpuMtan. ' 'iviiMESDAY MORMNG, SEPT. M, J877." " DO ROUGH OFFICERS. ptirrtr-G. W. ItoniNfiov. i'oiincitm-nV. P. Thomas, S. .1. Netlev Win. Rlchm-ds, D. S. Knox, A. H. Kelly, C. A. Randall. .fwttim of the Pence V). N. Knox, C. A. Randall. (Jonntnble 11. Hwnggart Kuhnnl IHrectomU. II. Mny, IT. O. Pa vN, O. W. Robinson, T. .1. Van GieHen, 1). W. (Inrk, W. H. Dunn. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. President Jndfje1,. P. Wktmoiik. Anxoriritc Judge 3h. O. Dai.h, Ed- tVAlin KKItlt. J'rc'tiitrer S. .T. Sktlky. JVntlinnatnn, J!cintc.r it Recorder, de. . W. CunK. ' Sheriff JtJSTIH SlTAWKKY. f Vimininniowrr KLI llKHUS, ISAAC Loj, .loll Kkck. dimity .Superintendent U. H. Bnot'K WAY. JH.it riet A Hornet S. P. InwlN. Jury mmiionerH. Townkr, LYMAN Cook. (Vnniti .Surveyor T. P. Coi.I.INS. (kroner M. Tttki., Jn. Count n Auditor Niciiot.am Thomp son. J. it. Nkii.t., II. A. 7,iTK.wnKi.f.. Mrwherof infrctk WiilTl-., Ae.mbl;1. B. AoNKW. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Tho Syracuse Stars havo gained tho champion...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 26 September 1877

m , t tua harvest is over, far- .s'jouM make it a matter of prituo M.iortauce to boo to it that their roa lora, mowers, hay rakes and tedders are carefully put away, and not bo left to exposure is the fields where last used. A correspondent of the Ameri can Cultivator gives this impressive ad vice upou this subject: "We cannot too strongly urge the necessity of proper caro of farm undo meats. This care especially consists in housing, painting and repairing; in return for which we have toota that are better, that will wear longer, and that will be loss liable to break as well a vastly more convenient to use. the total result of which is economy. "Every farmer should make it a rule to keep his tools under cover when not in use. There aro always corners enough iu a barn whero hoes, shovels, plows and harrows can bo stored away at any time without be ing in the way. At a trifling expense a shed can bo built, in which may be kept the wagons, caris, mowing ma chines, etc., it will take no...

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. — 3 October 1877

II li 0. I St Tic oTci gUpuWam. IS rUCUPIIF.n KVKttY WKDNTflDAY, ItY w. . nuxx. orriCE n rotjissoh & nnNnrnvs rriLDrao EJjH BTCtXIir, TlONl'iSTA, PA. TF.UMH, ?2.U0 A YF.A11. No Subscriptions received for a shorter f pi lfxl than Unco months. Correspondence solicited from all parts of tho country. No noiico will be taken of anonymous communications. BUSINESS DIRETCTOnY. TIONESTA LODGE :,ry J . j. or. ca jr. MIOI'TS overy Friday evening, at H o'clock, in 11(0 1 lull formerly occupied by tho Good Templar. N. J. SFfLKY, X. H. ). w. clauic, Soc'y. av-tr. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 312. s O. TJ. .A.. 3vl. MKL'TS nt Odd Fellows Lode;n Kooni, ovw'V Tuesday evening, at 7 o'clock. P. M. CI. AUK, C. H. A. VAI'NF.K, 1!. S. 31 W. K. I.ATHY. I. 11. AdNKW. I-.A.'TJ I'V Sc ACJIN'ISW. A T T O 11 X F. Y H A T L A W , TION1CSTA, I'A, ATTENTION SOLDI KUS! I have been admitted ti practice ns an Attornev in tlio P nsioii OIUco at Wash ington, ' 1. C. All officers, soldiers, or sailors who were injui-td in...

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

IS rUCLIPIIKO KVKtlY WKIiNr.flDAY, HY orrrcE n rouiksox a, itrmrirni'a tuiiDrao ELM STREIA, T10NE8TA, FA. TF.ItMH, Jvi.UO A YKAU. No Subscript inn received for a shorter period than throo month. Correspondence solicited from alt parts of tlio country. No notice will bo taken of nnonyinou communication)!. business DincoTonY. TIONESTA LODGE 3o. :tvi, MKKTS ovcrv Friday evonlnjr, Rt o'clock, in tlio 1 lull lormorly occupied by IhoUood Templars. H. J. Sr.TLKY, N. O. i).Yjrr,Aitic, Soc'y. a; -tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 312. O. TJ. -A-. IMI. ' KTCTR nt Odd JoIIowh' 1Vu0 Kooni, every Tuesday evening, nt 7 o clock. P. M. CI j A UK, C 8. A. YAHNEIt, It S. 31 W. K. I.VI'HV. .. 1: A'INKW, AT TO Ji X I! Y S A T L A IK , TIONESTA, PA. ATTENTION HOI.DIBlts! I Unvo been admitted to practice as an Attorney in tho Pension Ollico at Wash ington, ' 1. C All officers, soldiers, or sailors who were injured In tho lato war, uan obtain pensions' to which they may bo ttiitilled, bv calling on or uddressinjr...

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

r editor. VETiNESDAY WQRMXC, OCT. S, 1S77. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. for supreme judge, HON. JAMES P. STEKRETT, or ALLEGHENY COUNTY. FOR STATE TREASURER, CAI'T. W. H. HART, OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY. FOIt AUDITOR GENERAL, HON. J. A. M. PASSMORE, OF SCHUYLKILL COUNTY. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. FOR TREASURER, WM. LAWRENCE, OF TIONESTA. Hartranft and Cbmerort. Tho Democratic papers tire making n mountain out of a molehill, when t'ley try to make it appear that there is likely to be a rupture between Gov ernor Hartranft and Senator Cameron. In speaking upon this subject the AVilliamsport Gazette and Bulletin says: "Undue importance is given by some of the papers to the defeat of Mr. How ard J. Reeder in the State Convention as foreshadowing au open' rupture be Gov. Hrrtranft and Senator J. P. Cameron. That there is nothing in the report worthy of serious considera tion is proven by the statement of Mr. Ilaeder himself, who thus spoke to a friend after tho convention had finished its work : 'I...

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. — 3 October 1877

Wit .TOi gWpuMkmt, WEDNESDAY MflRMNfi, Ol'T. I, 1S77. Ronouaii OFFICEHS. ItHrgctnO. W. llor.iNsox. tbHuriltimn V. D. Thoiuiii, M. J. Hotlov Wm. Richards, I). H. Knox, A. 11. Kcllv, C. A. Randall. Junlirc of (he Puaen D. 8. Knox, C. A. lUn.lull. (bwitabU If. Swacgart Nithool Directors 1. It. Mnv, IT. O. D.l VU, U. W. Robinson, T. J. Vu Ulesou, D, V. Clark, V. It. I u nn. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. President JitdfeX,. D. Wktmohk. .4iioci'ife JudgenJo. O. D.u.k, Ed- AAHD Kkhr; 'PrenmirerH. .T. Seti.kt. Prnthnnotar.t, Herinter it Recorder, te. J. W. (.'i.ark'. Virr--Ji:sTrs Shawkkv. VomniikHloufru Er.i Bi:ur.if, Isaac f.ONU, John Ruck. (Stunt) Nttpiirintcndeiitll. R. Brtocic W.u. Jitiirt .Attorneys. T). Inwrv. .ri (Sivmit.sioncr8 II. ToWNKn, Lyman Cook. (Sxiiiti iSnrveior T. T), Ool.I IXS. f .Vi ro i it M . 1 TT K I.. 'J R. Vovvtti tii(oi7i-.i('llo!,AH Thomp son, J. it. Nim.r., H. A. ZrF.sum,!,, Member of ( ( re.s --Ha it liv WlMTi:. A.ueudd)S. B. Aon kw. "LO0AL AND MISCELLANEOUS. I'cv. Kl...

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