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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 12 March 1879

he forest qmliUcnn. J. K. WICNIC, KDITOR WEDNESDAY HKIRMXG, WAR. II, 1879. Notice. Having left tho country my accounts will be found in the hands of J. T. 15 rent) an, J. 1, who has full authority to receive all accounts duo nie and to receipt for the same. W. R. Dunn. P. S. I shall accept it as a personal favor if the Republicans and other friends in Forest County, will liberally patronize ray successor. V. R. Dunk. Harrisburg Letter. IIakkisbviw, March 8, 1879. Fa Republican : Since my last letter your correspondent has been to the great centre of our Union, "Washing ton, to witness the closing scenes of the 45th Congress. It was difficult to realize, as we hastened along the broad avenue leading to the Capitol, that within tho walls of that vast, solemn, silent temple, shining in tho starlight, a "poem carved in marble an anthem sung in stone," meu were wrangling and shouting in wildest ex citement, as rentless time steadily shortened their hours for effectual effort. Some of tho...

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. — 12 March 1879

'.),y JIOIMJiC, MAR. 11, 1879. UOnOUGH OFFICERS. -, .,.-V. It. PlTNKT. , ' A. n. Kelly, O. W. Rovaid, n .f r, W. 11. Heck, Win. Richards, , oroman. nf the rtact.C. A. Rundall, J. mi. tc II. Swncgart vWor II. II. May, II. O. I)a . ( lark, W. 11. Dunn, A. B. Kel . . xd'imuu. . 1 CREST COUNTY OFFICERS. X'i mber of HunrcM -IIaury WntTrs." A ihi'mbtt N. P. Vl!EKI.EK. ''oi'letkt .W7! L. D. WktmoRK. u iate Judges Jos. O. Dale, Ed- KKun. !Hirr-WM. T.AWRKACR. - nonotary, llegixter it Recorder, &c. i KnAWKKT. ''. O. A. KA NUAI.T. iinntr lil.I 1JKHLTN, ISAAC It. V. Lkdkiiur. . Xiipermtendent II. 8. Brock- i. ( itomry S. D. Irwix. "oinmi'Mionera C. II. Church. -M.-voi T. T. CotUNR. -W.'C. COIIHRN. yl uditors Nicholas Thomp- ;'. COPKLASP, F. C. I jACY, UG1NES8 DIRECTORY. TIONESTA LODGE .-. j'.-TCV-' . . MEETS every Friday evening, at 7 o'clock, in the Lodgo Room in Par tridge's Hall. s. n. irwin, o. O. W. SAWYER, Soc'y. 27-tf. J. W. talker, YrORNEY AT LAW, Tionesta, Pa. i v. Omoe at tho Rura...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 12 March 1879

PIUH, (UUHEX AM) HOUSEHOLD V r e 1 1 ('nltnre. Tlift followiu is taking from a pnppr read at t'10 lute meeting of tlio rennsTl vnni B -Uo boar I of agriculture by CaIviq Cikij pv: Tii proV'r fni0 ff fruit trees is too ofieu neglected. Thelmbitof crowding trees into poiuo out of-tlie-wny plnco, or fence-corner., ns though mi wort by of a better pi nee, ii too common. Trees treated thin fail thii first yenr, or lan guish a fw retrs nt best, nnd finally die for want of a little eare and attention, and then the render or nurseryman is condemned for having Bold worthless or diseased trees. Location should bo the first considera tion. IVilliug ground is always prefera ble, and a northeasterly slope most de sirable, with the altitude as great as cir cumstances will allow. In alopting such a site you will have perfect drain age and a much lighter and less humid a mosphere; you will also have some proteotiou from the afternoon snn on mild wiuter days that sometimes follow excessive cold. The...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 19 March 1879

III M aHMBMiHv I III I I ru-n Rates of Advertising. On Square (1 Inch,) oi.e Insertion - $1 One Square " one month - I 00 OnnHniinrn " three month - 6 00 '5 1'UBLISBKD EVERY WEDNESDAY, BY . sr. WBroriE, CrriCS 15 BOBJHSOS k BONNER'S BOILLIKCr lELM BTEEET, HONEST A, PA. ,' One Square " one year - - 10 00 Two ."Squares, one year - - Quarter Col. 30 00 Half " " - 50 00 One " ' - - - 100 00 Legal notice at established rates. Marriage and death notices, gratis. All hills for vearlv ad vertiscment col. TERMS, il.60 A YEAR. N Snbuf-rlption received for a shorter j tod than three months. 'onesponrtonpo solleited from all parts I Iho fonnlry. No notice will lie taken of anonymous uoiuimmicatioiiK. lected quarterly. Temporary advertino- VOL. XI. NO. 52. TTONESTA, PA., MAIICII 19, 1870. $1.50 Per Annum. niCniM 1IH1L 111? illl ml 111 n'l niiv-t. Job work, Cah on Delivery. Dcflcon Thrush In LTTa vnOH hammah. naow to mitkb scldar. Dm Hor.nT. I must tell you about the way that our now deacon aot t...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 19 March 1879

She gorwt $fjnMta. I. W IONIC, EDITOR TOXCSDAY M0UMG, MAR. 19. 1879. Notice. Having left the country my accounts will be found in tlio hands of J. T. Ureniirui, J. P., who has full authority to receive nil accounts due me and to ieccipt fur the earns. W. R. Dunn. P. S. I shall accept it as a personal favor if tlje Republicans and other friends in Forest County, will liberally patronize ray successor. V. HTDcnn. Harrisburg Letter. IIakrisuuro, March 15, 1873. Ed. Republican : Both Senato and Iouse have been steadily plodding their way through bills of all sorts, but tho House stuck on an act fixing the compensation of members of as sembly and officers and employoes thereof. This was on Wednesday. The question came up again on Thurs day and an extra session was held on that afternoon to allow its further dis cussion. No conclusion was reached, although it was tho occasion of 'some sharp speeches pro and con. As far as au outsider may be allowed to judge the present salary is no more t...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 19 March 1879

IPHWWilWWWIW V 3HIRNING, WAR. 19. IS79. ),iOU(;iIOFFIClUS. -A. IS. Kolly, H. W. P.nvard, ,.. i , W. 11. Kwk, Win. lti1irclH, ,., 'ific Pence V. A. . (t.ituUU, J. 1 r. Nwmtanrt -II. II. Mnv.H. O. Da i 'ii.rk, W. It. Do mi, A. II. Kcl- .i-.iJT COUNTY OFFICERS. :?,(! ninvM-llAHMY Wnrri?. lltiit'N. P. vViiKKi,i;n. .-.few Jiiriit L. D. WK.THKiRf.1i Jafl')ra3oii. U. MAim, En- . ' i-.n. i rrVM. TiAWRKC. ntitrp, Itegister & Itccor(ler,ic. il AW KKY. . 1. A. HANDAf.r, Km Uehmm, Isaac tcntlentH. S. KnoCK- ;1V-H. D. Irwix. K.itionera C. tl. Church i - u. ,...v()r T. T. CoT.MKR. . ( Commx. :,'r-NirnoT,A Tjiomt . u-ui.ano, F. C. Lacy. SCSIRECTOJIY. 'f TIOUESTA LODGE I. O.of O. IT. t tt-utsi nvnrtr TVldav rvoninir. at Si nVlonk. in 'the Lwliio llooin in Par ,, mwiN.N.O. '.V SaWYER. Noe'v. 27-tf. J. W. Walker, , TTnnvr.Y AT LAW. Tionoxtn, Pa V onioe-ntlhe ltuml House. Will t ,.i in i.nuhi4iHM In tha evenings and on irduys. 27 tr E. L. Davis, . TOUNKY AT LAW, TloneMa. 1 A. Collections made In t...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 19 March 1879

FAKtt. UAKDO AM 1101 'NEIIOLD. Prnnlna;. The Bcason is now nt hand for com mcuoiDg gnrJcu operation, ami tbfi first iu order is Hint of priming. Most uluulm only require to be thinned of ir regular, Ptrnpgling brnucliea, or of tbo Nm kers which paring tip from tbe roots. Huch (-limbs ns bout flowers on the Inst Tears' growth should be pruned back but very little, as otherwise they could produce but few flowers. . Of this class aro lilacs, syriugas, ppirteaa, vi"bnnrams, calycanthus, hydrangeas, deutzias, mag nolias, rhododendrons and azaleas. Shrubs such an the aUlircn and roses, which bear flowers on wood of this sea son's growth, should have last year's growth well cut back, say to within three or four inches of the old wood. Roses should havu the short wood of Jast year's growth cut back to two c r throe buds, and the long shoots short ened from one-third to one-half their length ; all wood of over two years' growth should be entirely cut out, as it never produces fine blooms. Ho...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 26 March 1879

Rates of Adtcrtising. One :S'iuaro (1 lm-li, i nw Insertion - J! OneH.)Uino " one niontli - - a 00 OnoN'imro " tlireo month - WOO OneH'i1"11''1 " ono year - - 10 00 Two Hiiuarns, one year - - 15 0o Quarter Ool. - - - - 30 00 Half " " - 60 00 One " " - - - - 100 00 Legal notieos at estallished rate. , Marringo nd death notices, gratis. All bilN for yrarlv advertisements col lected quarterly. Temporary advertise ments must lie paid for in advance. Job work, Cash on Delivery. html tfhim. i I t.lHiH l.l KVKIIY VI.INK8IAV, KV T, 1M F.0BM20H A. BONNER'S BUILDING r.Tst aiRr.r.T, tionesta. fa. 1ERM8, l.tO A YEA.IL ' -i, it trii- received for a shorter l I h:ui tin ' moiitlm. I if iMiMilcnce solicitod ironi hi 1 part, i hn coiiiitrv. No notice will be tnken of VOL. XII. NO. 1. TIONESTA, PA., MAECH 20, 1879. $1,50 Per Annum, hi vi units ( :n mint mirations. Ik Homebody; but presently the humorous aspects ol the situation broke abruptly upon him, and he laughed. His step was elastio and steady...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 26 March 1879

r. pi to it. WEDNESDAY MORN INI!, MAR. 2b, 1S79. Harrisburg Letter. irAKKisnnio, March 22, 1875). Id. Ili:rfm.KAN : The Senate has been discussing the Judge's salary bill, as the most prominent of their week's work.- In the House the following bills passed third reading ; "A bill to pro tect fruits, gardens, growing crops and grass, and punish trespassers." "An net to define and puui$h tramps." This is similar to the law in New Hampshire u that subject, which works well thcro. It is one our State needs badly. New York aud other b lutes have passed laws to the earn 6 effect recently. The Salary Dill for reducing sala ries of Senators, Members and em ploye' about the Capitol passed second reading. Mr. Wheeler ofyour county voted iu favor of an amend ment to make the reduction in salary apply to the present members instead of their successors, but the amend ment was lost. Bill 103, Riot claims, was reached "Wednesday afternoon. Speaker Long called Crawford of Philadelphia to the chair ...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 26 March 1879

. 'w .rSHAT HORSING, MAR. 20, 1879. nOUOUGH OFFICERS. ,M-W. Tl. Pl'NN. ri I mm A. It. KcllV. O. V. Uovnrd, i' roper, W. II. Kei.'k', Win. Itiehards, I Rt i orcimm. . '. ( the Peace C A. Randall, J. '.' K. Rwnggart Directors If. II. May, H. O. Da , I . W. Clark, W. H. Dunn, A. 1!. Kcl , J. T. P.rennnn. vm FOHEST COUNTY OFFICERS. fifcmhrr o Ctmorex KHnT WlIITK. .? ?;-'mWi-N. P. tVlIKKI.KH. ":i'.ril Jtiftqe L. I). WKTMOltH. ' -eiite Juilgct3ux. U. Dai.k, Ed- .surer V,TM. TiAWREWCH. -hnolr)i, Ucgisler t Recorder, Ac i SlIAWKHY. A. ltANnAM,. iinnrr Kl.I 1IF.RM5, IsAAC ! '. W. I.K.DKIllin. cw Ni'Dcrintewlcnt IT. S. Bnocic- AV. " -..riot At!orneuR. I). IrWIK. (inminsi'onert C. II. Church. VliT'NflK. .Surveyor T. P. CoT.LINH. V.'C. COHtTRT. ucifor NlCKOT.AII TltOMr '. k. 'oi-Ki..sn, F. O. Lacy. ...JOS NESS DIRECTORY. TIONESTA LODGE Xo. HO'J, , X. O. of O. F T TTflJTS nvorv Friday evonlnir. nt 7 lVl o'clock. In 'the Lodgo Koom In Tar Uidp-.llall. G fl XV." SAWYEIt. Kco'.V. 27-tr. J. W. Walke...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 26 March 1879

Til ME IJIFFALIIES. Ilrlnalna p Three thnttwere Takes loans on the Plains. Colonel Ezra Miller, of Mahwah, N.J., brought up three buffaloes that were sent to him from the plains of the West, and gives his ezperienee with them ns ioiiows in an interview wuu a iNew lork reporter: "I have proved to my own satisfac tion," the colonel said, "several im portant points. First, that buffaloes can be tamed. Sooond, that it doesn't cost one-half as much to keep a buffalo as to keep an ordinary cow. Third, they can be fattened' as quickly as ordinary beeves, and on half the food, and their meat is just as good. Fourth, they are as good milkers as our Alder neys; and fifth, they are as good butter makers. The milk of the buffalo is a little yellower than that of the Alder pey, but very sweet and rich, and there is more cream than in the Alderney milk. As t3 the quantity of milk given by buffalo cows, they will average with the average milker. The udder of the buffalo cow is very email indeed, b...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 2 April 1879

Rates of Advertising. One Square (1 inch,) ono Insertion - ! One Square " ono month - - 3 00 One Square " tlireo months - 6 00 OneHquare " ono year - 10 00 Two Squares, one year - - - 15 To Quarter Col. - - - - "0 CO Half . " " - f0 00 Ona " " - - - - 100 00 Legal notices at established rate?. Marriage and death notices, gratis. All bills for yearly advortisenionts.col leeted quarterly. Temporary advertise ments must be paid for in advanee. Jon work, Cash on Delivery. 13 rUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, BY sr. xj. -wuigrax. rrriCT! I IT R0BIN80W & BONNER'S BUILDING ELM STREET, TI0NE8TA, PA. TERMS, 11.60 A YEAR. Subscriptions roeoivod for a shorter in ? than throo months. 'orroKn(lrnco. solicited irotn all parUr ! llio country. No notice will bo tiiken of iiiH)iiy!iii)Ui -iiiiiiimiiUicii.. Vol. xii. no. 2. TIONESTA, PA., APEIL 2, 1879. $1.50 Per Annum, T- Time's ranorama. It needa no maglo glass or mystlo mutterings, To read tha prophecy of coming years; Ko sage Interpreter, to Mite th...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 2 April 1879

Ratoa of Advertising. One'Square (1 Inch,) ono Insertion - $! On Square " ono month - - 3 00 Ono Square " three months - 6 00 One Square " ono year - - JO 00 Two Squares, one year ... 15 Co QuarUsrCol. ' - - "0 CO Half . " " - - - 50 00 One " .... 100 00 T,egal notices at established rate. , Marriage and deat h notices, gratis. All bills for yearly advertisements, col lected quarterly. Temporary advertise ments must be paid for in advance. Job work, Cash on Doliveiy. Cxi rt rl ! T.nLISHF.D EVERY WKDSESDAY, BT sr. xj. xvxjjntix. IN ROBINSON & BOKNEU'8 BUILDIKO ELM BTfiEET, TIOKE3TA, PA, TEIIM8, f 1.M A YEAR. uliMdrlptlons received for a shorter tlitii throb months. 1 1 1 "i-on.loiipo. solicited from nil part ' Ho oimlry. No nntico will lo tiiken at liymous cumuiimicutiotK. Vol. xii. no. 2. TIONESTA, PA., APEIL 2, 1879. $1.50 Per Annum. Time's ranorama, ' '"MhU no rosglo glass or mystlo mattering, To road the prophecy of oomlng years; i f:e interpreter, to solve the uttering Hi la...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 2 April 1879

She gJcpuMkim. J. K. WENK, EDITOR. VnDN'ESDAY MflRMXG, APR. 1. 1879. Marrisburg Letter. IIakrisruko, March 29, 1879. . Kd. Republican : While n portion of your readers may he familiar with the appearance in geucral of our Cap itol city many will read the lstteis of "Veritas" nnd wish for some impress iou of the place n8 well as purpose of legislation, llarrisburg, as "we used to s.Dg at school, is still on th Susque hanna. The river is wide, rapid and shallow, dotted with islands; i3 not navigable for steamboats, nud is crossed by two bridges at this point, one for the railroad, the othsr for geu eral travel. Front street 13 broad and has a shHdy park on the side next tho riyer, while tho other is faced with res idences, many of them fme specimens of architectural splendor. General Simorf Cameron's residence was tho old Harris mansion built in 1767, although of course now remodeled and improved. Near here stands the stump of the tree to which the Indians tied John Harris founder of ...

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. — 2 April 1879

a She &mt gUpuMicam J. V.. WKXK, EDITOR WEDNESDAY MORNING, ATR. 2.189. Marrisburg Letter. Hakkiphu:, March 2d, 1879. Ku. IlrrvBi-tcAN : While si portion of your readers may be familiar with the appcarauce in ceucral of our Cap itol city many will read the letteis of "Veritas ' mid wish for some impress iou of the place as well ns purpose of legislation, llarrisburg, navc used to siDg at school, is still on tin Susque hanna. The river is wide, rapid and shallow, dotted with islands; is not navigable for steamboats, nud is crossed by two bridges at this point, one lor the railroad, the othr for cu eral travel. Front street is broad and lias a shindy park on the side next the riyer, while tho other is faced with res idences, many of them fine specimens of architectural splendor. General Simon" Cameron's residenco was the old Harris mansion built in 1767, although of courso now remodeled and improved. Near here stands the stump of the tree to which the Indians tied John Harris found...

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. — 2 April 1879

3 .LOSnSDAT MORN I Mi, AM. 2, 1 S7fl. -botiough officers. TirrrVf. It. Dunn. Courteitnen A. II. Kelly, CI. W. Bovard, . A. Proper, W. It. Hock, Wrn. Richards, ; . H. Foreman. .htaticea of the Pence C A. Bnndall, J. ' . Bronnan. ('nnxtitble If. Swntrnfm't vhnnt. Director II. May, H. O. Dst D. W. Clark, W. It. Dunn, A. 11. Kel ly, i, T. Urcrman. 1 ' FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. Member of Cnnrfress ITahiiy 'Wiiitb. Aae.mhly'X. P. Vhki:m:k. President Judge Jj. 1). WETMORK. Associate. Jn.ilge.H-Jos. O. Dale, Ed v Aim ICejiu. 'Prentvrer "Vm. Lawrewoi?. JYofhonotary, Register Jt Recorder, dec. -M'STIS HUAWKKT, Sheriff, O. A. IlANDAT.r,. t ''(immMiniicr- Era Urrlix, Isaac to, H. W. Lmwiun. unty Superintendent II. S.- Bnocit v av. Jhitre.t A ttrncy&. T. 1 RWITf . Jury Commissioners C. II. Ciiurch. KTKFl Yol'NOK. "itinfy Surveyor T. T. 00T.LI5. - .rover W. C. Oonnim. " ('(innh Auditor NicnoT.AS TiroMr v, D. 1'. Cori;T-ANi, F. C. Jacy. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. vhL TIONESTA LODGE T.. 0.ofO.F MEETS" e...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 2 April 1879

wUnXtSDAT MORMSli, APR. 2, 1879.: DOTCOUG II OFFICERS. Tinrffr W. U. Dunn. i'outie ilmm A. H. Kelly, O. W, Bovnrd, r. A. Proper, W. 11. Rock, Win. Richards, i. H. Foreman. jHslicr of the Peace C. A. Randall, J. ' . P.rnnnan. fontable IT. S wnrrgart siiof mrrrtoPFtr U. May, II. O. Da- S D. W. Clnrk, V. Jt. Dunn, A. JJ. Kcl J y, i, T. Rrenn.m. FOHKST COUNTY OFFICERS. Member of Cnnrjrex--iTakiiv Wiiitb. A nsc.mbly'N . P. Wine klkh. President Judge, 1j. D. Wktmorm. AtMeinte, Judges Jos. O. Dai.E, I?D VAi'.n Kr.nti. Treasurer 'Wwr. TjAWREKCH. Jot!ionntari , Register Jt Recorder, dtc. . rsTts HllAWKHY, iffie.rifr.C A. RanpAM,. f miiidwimifM-10 M JJf.ri.IX, Isaac vo, H. W. IjIcdkhitw. iMy ffiijierinteudenl IT. S. Bnorif- ' T. JHitriet .4 ttnrneyH. D. I RWllf. ' .7ur; Comii'toier C. II. Church. 'ITKR YoUNCIK. 'Min'.y Surveyor T. T). COT.LTNS. ironer V. C. Conn aw. I'.iiitifi f udttora Nicnor.AS TnoMr 1 . !'. Con-xANP, F. C. Lacy. QUSINESS DIRECTORY. TIONESTA LODGE No. .109, I. O. of O. IT1....

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 2 April 1879

FOU Till: K.UK SEX. . nifl'rrcnro. Sweeter lLu voices In the scented hay, Or lsngliing chi'.tlron, gleuing ears thst stry, Of CljrtitmM Bo!i(?n, that sinks tho snows nbovo, Is the flrtt cticlwo, when bo cimos with love. Hftddor tliRti Urdu on snnlosg snmnier eves, Or drip of raindrops on the fallen leaves, Or wail of wintry waves on frozen shore. Ii spring that comes, bnt brings ns love no more. F. ir. Bourdillon; Fnhl.-na of I he Memos. Thb Panier. The most pointed Bar prise of the new season is the restora- JL - ii t la nun 01 we panier, or lue BO-cauea Uft margo puff, which was introdaoed in the eighteenth century along with Wftttean l1l'lF.Hi anil rrnr,fnn tli It IS ttrflilifltn.l Hmf, fftaliinr, trill raafrivA the very Camarpjo which was once called "ftrftgeapd a vertigo," but until it is hio venxure upon extravagance paniers will be of the same material as ings, draperies and trimmings than by Bimrawj puus, wings, c., appnea 10 the oostnrae. For ordinary walking dresses a "tri...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 9 April 1879

Ilatos of Advertising. Ou .Square (1 ineli,,'iie t tiHfrtion - !! One.S.jiiaie " one month - -.100 OneHqiiflto " ihiec month-. - ii I o tin Nnmirc " ono your - - 10 0 IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEI)NE81AT, BY ar. xi. xvxjxxrxx:. T , , , JX BOBIHSOn" & BONNER'S BUELDLKQ XXM STREET, T10NE3TA, PA, & Two Square, one yem - - (Q Oimi turl'ol. Half " On " - .Ml I 0 . . . . JOO I fl TERMS, 1.60 A. TEAR. " Pubserlptlons received for a shorter i iu'l than three mouth. rorrcspomlencc solicited irmii nil part, fifth" fount ry. N imtii-o will ln taken of UllOHVlllOII foil!IIIH4;;!ioll ,. T.puitl notices at established rale. Mririiane ami demh notice, grati. AM Mils lor vcurlv h.Ivi rt: fluent" ..!. ledr-d quarterly. 'ln;ornvy wlver:ie ments must he paid for in relv:iec. Job work, C:i-U on !'.' o:y. VOL. XII. NO. J5. TIONESTA, PA., APRIL 0, 1870. $1,50 Per Annum, mil V" JOSEPH'S ADVENTURE. f "Can't you Icll wimp of your adven- f'lVfor" I naked of Unfriend Joseph. iio had returned frohr his many y...

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. — 9 April 1879

uhc potest qml-iUtmv .1. 1:. V KMC. KP iTOK. w;iiNi:sim mormxg, am. 9. is9. We to-day publish n letter from lion. N. T. Wliceler, giving his views nnd renins for opposing the Alleghe ny Kiot. Bill. "NYe have talked to dif ferent parties heretofore on tlii9 sahject, mid pinco receiving Mr. Wheeler's let ter wo have consulted some of his prominent constituents, and nil with whom we have talked seem to favor a bill granting relief to Allegheny coun ty, provided it can bo done without taxing oil, directly or indirectly. We give a few of the views and arguments which they set forth, which tiro about as follows : The Riot of 1 877 wa pretty general nil over tlio Stato of Pennsylvania, ami in fuel United States ; nnd no property was destroyed in Pittsburgh until after the tiovornor nnd Stato authorities lind as sumed control, nnd sent troops there. The destruction of property was not the Rot of citizens of Allegheny count', but of an organized multitude of insurgents assem bled there, in a...

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