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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 25 February 1874

11 ii. 1 J)M''Wjijiijn!r: Ufa wti $rpWfnmr- TT. R. DUNK - EDITOR. tfEDSESDAT.MORSlSO, FEB. li, 1S74. . Somo canning rognos pem to bavo seized upon the circumstance that au act relating to usury in the Legislature, to attempt to levy black " mail on the banks. This was dona by sending them a circular, representing the advantage to thcra of having the bill passed, and applying for money to aid in securing the result desired. It is iutimated that several members of the Legislature were privy to the 1 scheme, and an investigation is to fol low, We hope the guilty members, if there be such, ; will be promptly ex polled. This has been a rather un- ' profitable session of the Legislature to such members as were in the market, . in other, years, and eucceded by selling "influence" . and - votes, in making something handsome during the ses sion. And It has ' been particularly unprofitable to the crew who prowled . around, as members of the 1 lobby, ...rcaiiy tu wu any ' muu, vi uiri,j vorft ...

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. — 25 February 1874

'I ei)?SDAT MORNING, FEB. I), 1874. BOROUGH OFFICERS. Tlurfrr'n M. Ittki., J n. " c " tbsneimcs N. J. Wolnntt, TV J. Vn (ie-en, J. K. Blaine, 1. N. Knox, J. S. Hood, J. A. Proie. i JnnlirtKoftkt A'(t W, P. Mercilllolt, D. S. Knox. fYmufnMe 11, Nwrtggnrt .SCAnof IHi-ettar D. K. Knox, It. O. Da vis, N. J. Woleott, H. II. 1 In-let, A. II. . Kelly, 1). Clnrk. . FOREST COUNTY OFFlCKIS. Prrritlent JwdgtVf. P. Jfnkr. Anciltt JuityrsI. Jk. I'BOFKK, "A DIIKW I'OOK. Sheriff T. J. Vaji Diesr. TrtiiHrrrno, Oi.aswXKR. t'rothonotary, Hcgitltr C JrconUv,e. J. Tt. AdNRW. , Cbmiii'cmei- T. D. Cot.LIxa, JouN Thompson, Jam. K. Ci.ahu. . I Mnt,v Hiiprrmtenlrnt S. T. Ronwtn, JHitriet Attorney H. D. Irwiw. ' Jury OommiMtioneri A. Flyhs.Wm. J'aTtkrmotc. CWnfy A'iiiwjoi H.D. InwiK. ' Vorotiei M. Ittki., Jr. Canary l nifi'for T. H. Cobd, Ij. Wah hvh, it. Jamikson. Mewibtl b Congrctt 191 S PittrielC. B. C CRT IS. - 4cmi(y Mabtim William. . ... . Time of Trains rm At TIONESTA STATION, onaud after ovoinber 17,...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 25 February 1874

IIKRAN1 WOMK. The Londou ' Times mentions that two rcnmrkable cases of coiiraco and presence of mind on the part of girls nave jtnt Dcen Drought before the Royal Humans Society. The first case was that of Miss Olivia Georgina D. Maude. She saved the life of a girl named Adele Grcaven, who sunk wiiilo bathing at Sea Point, Monks town, -under the following circum stances: Miss Maud and her sister, who had themselves been bathing, were dressed and sitting on the rocks watching the other bathers, when their attention was aroused by an alarming outcry a girl had disappeared in deep water. No assistance was at hand, no ' boat or ropes, and even the usual at tendants were absent or otlicrwlso en gaged. The child rose to the surface, but being unable to swim sank again. She rose a second time, and the bv- slanders and bathing women thorough ' ly alarmed and crying for assistance, were shocked at perceiving that the child's bathing dress had got over her face and head, that her arms were en-...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 4 March 1874

1 Rates of Advertising. Pnn Srpmrn ft Inch,) one incrtion - ' ?1 no One SiiitP " cue month - :t 0i OnoHiniaie " three mouth - H on noSiiiro " nno yi-ar - - 1" Oo Two Squares, one year IS 00 quarter Col. :tn no Half " '.... GO fO One " '.... IkMi io I.ciral notices at established rates. Alarriat;e and death notice. irratiN. All bills for voarlv advertisements col lected quarterly. Temporary advertise ment must be paid for in advance. Job work. Cash on IMlvery. runLwnF.D KVEnr wkdsesday, by w. n. DUNN. (Tin Ilf BOBTHBOIf k BOHlfER'S BUILDIKO, ELM 8TREET, TIOSBSTA, PA. I TKRMS, fli.OO A YEAR. He RNhacrlpttona received for shorter pttrlnd than three months. Correspondence solicited from all parts fabe country. No notico will bo taken of AnonTmous' communications. VOL. VI. MO. 47. TIONESTA, PA., MARCH 4, 1874. $2 PKH ANNUM. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . TIOHEBTA LOJJttE .Ao. 369, T. O. of O. IT". MEETS everv Friday Tailing, at 7 olock, In the Hall formerly ooeuplod by tha Good Templars. J AS. WO...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 4 March 1874

rilBlnnF.D EVEflT WKDSESDAY. BY v. n. DUNN. TTiCni tlf BOBTKflOTf a. bohkeh'b btjtldiko, ELK BTREET, T10HCSTA, PA. ' TERMS, f2.00 A YEAR. We subscriptions rpi-olved for a shorter period Uuin three month. Correspondence solicited from U parts fine country. No notlro will be taken of annonymoue communications. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TIOHESTA LODGE SS tfvMT. O. of O. F. MEETS over Friday evening, at 7 o'clock. In the Hall formerly oocuplod by the Uood Templars. J Ad. WOODINOTOX, X. O. A. B. KELLY, Sec' y. 27-tf. Samuel D. Irwin, ATTORNEY, COUNSELLOR AT LAW and URAL ESTATE AGENT. Legal tmalasae promptly attended to. Tionesta, . inimi rams. miM w. tatb. PKTTU A TATI, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ttm rf, TT02TKSTA. PA. w.w. (torn A. Jnka, Mason. A Jenks, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Omee en Elm treat, ebote Walnut, Tloneata, Ta. T. W. Hays, ATTrfltMBY AT LAW. and Notary Pcaue, Rovnolds Huklll A Co. 'a Blosk, Bsneoa HU, Oil City, Pa. W-ly . K1!I(AK. v. B. smilst. KtirifEAX SMILE r$ . AHwnaeya at Law, ... Franklin,...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 4 March 1874

Lnrron. TTKD7iESD.IT MORNING, M ARCQ 1, 1S7 f. We clip the following particulars from the Elk Democrat, of a terrible accident at Blue Rock, Jefferson coun ty, on Thursday of last week : Two men. named Nathan Perry and Kdward Rvnear were stationed nt the foot of a slide on the job of W. T. Lane, for tho purpose of removing the logs from the mouth of tho slide, to prevent the logs from jamming. About four o'clock a log which would scale frora four to five hundred foot struck something in its dnsccnt when near the foot of the tdidq with such force as to jump it entirely out. In its mad career it struck the top 'of a stump, which changed its course and hurled it broadside in tho direction of the men with fearful velocity. II. K. Lane.wbo was some distance up the slideV saw them both turn and run, but 'without avail, as tho log struck them iil the region of tho head, killing them both instantly. Some idea may be formed of the velocity which tho log had attained when it is stated that th...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 4 March 1874

2he forest gcpuMican. AYEDHSDAY MORMXG, MARCH I, '.Sl. DOROUCrH OFFICERS. 7lnr0MM. Ittki., .In. (imeim?KS. J. ' Wolaotl, T. J. Vmi Uracil, J. I',. Ulalue, I). H. Knox, J. S. llood, J. A. Proper. Juiiticr of the 7Yt'f-W. 1. Movcilliott, I). S. Knox. iitulil-M. Hwnggart Nrhnot Itirretor -H. M. Kimx, II. O. Da vl, S. .1. Woloott, H. II. Haslet, A. II. Kellv, 1. ( lurk. - I-ORKST COUNTY OKFlCKIS. A. JVrmVtif JmhteW. P. jKNita. Aoeittte Jmlrtt J. A. PllorKR, IinKW Cook. HhcritT 'I'. J. Van Oikskw. Trtr xnurrr Kbkii. ( 1 i.asb jtKR. Piothtmotavy, Hegisttr C liteoriicr, te, J. n. AUNEW. ()imi.tn'iifMT. P. Ool.l.lN, Joiiw Tiiomtho, Jan. K. Ci.aiik. (YiuhIv SaprnHtrndcnt H. F. RoiiRKn. IHstrirt AttorncttH. U. In WIN. Jury miiiMiner Ja. Ki.isn.Wm. TAtrhnHON. (Vmiiry .Viitt-cvir S.D. lawix. ftriir M. Ittki.. Jr. townfy AHttitor'V. It. f?on, I.. Waii HKit, .' Jamfon. Hewbrro Cmiyrrx 1WA Dmtriet C. U. I'riiTi. jltmbly Mahtin William. Time of Trninn Xt TIOi KSTA STATION, on and after Hoveinuw 17,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 4 March 1874

r.atwLainasw.ii POPPIM4 THE QI KfiTION. JOB WORK PONE AT THE "Girls," snid a worthy old lady to her grand-daughters, "whenever a fel low pops the question, dun't blush and stare at your feet Just throw your arm around his neck, look him full in the face, and commence talking about the furniture. Young fellows are mighty nervous sometimes. I lost several good chances before I caught yonr grandfather, by putting on airs, but I learned how to do it after a while." A young girl determined to net npon the suggestion contained therein. She had tried many other filans to cspture the wary, fuzzled ipped youths, and had failed. As a last, desperate resort, she would try the furniture business. So, when the young man whom she was angling for dropped in to Bee her the other eve ning, she received him with smiles, and lured him aloner in tli9 conversa tion up to what elie considered the Lit ihe loxceti eah pricet, neally, prompt f fiU kaM I Via knit I temDtimrlv before his eves, and he fy. n tt...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 11 March 1874

Ratos of Advertising.. A A One Hnisr ft Inch,) nnn Inciiion l Wt rlBt.lBriKD EVERY AVEUltAT, BY W. Tf. DUNN". Tries iv BOBntaox 4 bohttcbs BtrariRo, ELM 8TREET, TOWE3TA, Pi. TKHMS, fi.OO A YKATl. fJo ptultturipttona received fur a shorter period than Ihreo uionth. Correspondence, solicited from nil pari tf Hie oountry. No notice will bo taken of iwuiotiyinous communications. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. mtnwmmii Uno fiUiirfl " oim month - - .1 o" One Siiinre " . thrco montlis - H ( One Stimro " " nno yonr 10 t'ft 1 wo hfiURrcs, one voar - la rfr tiunrtcrCol. ' - - . H. (in Half " ' . . - - 60 00 Ono . " " - ... - 10 10 Local notices at c-Ktablislie.l rate. . Marriage and death noticos, gratis. . All billH for venrlv nl vcrLiHeinctitfl col lected quarterly. Temporary advertise ments must be paid for in advance. VOL. VI. NO. 18. . TIONESTA, PA., MARCH 11, 1874. $2 PER ANNUM. Jul) work, laslion Delivery. TIONESTA LODGE Xo. ai i. o.oro. jr. MRKTH everv Friday evening, at 7 o'clock. In tlie Hnll ...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 11 March 1874

EDITOR. WEDNESDAY MORXnG, SURCII II, 1S74. i-LLl-.-LJL'L J . ' Lieutenant Governor. The Uaflaman Journal speak ing of ex Congressman Fatton iu connection with the Lieutenant Governorship stk "In the session of 1861-5, when trusty and determined rnen were required, Gen. Fattcm was locked tipen bs one who could always be relied upon, and soon became known as -one of the most active and efficient working 'members of that ever memorable Con gress. During his two years service his coarse was highly acceptable to his constituents, and when offered a re nomination, voluu'arily declined." tJen. Fatton would, in our opinion, make a .strong candidate. Of pure per onal character aud high social stand trig, he is also possessed of great energy and fine ability. lie is a sound Republican, has a politicat record, free from blunder or stain. Among those who are likely to be named for the position we scarcely think a more trusty or worthy man than Gen. Pat ton will be brought before the Repub lican...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 11 March 1874

f EMeTdIT M0RX1X0, MARCH II, 1874. ., BOnOUGH OFFICERS. Jlterpene M. Ittki., Ju. JbHnei7irn ft. J. Woleolt, T. J. Vim C.lesen, J. K. Blaine, 1. H. Knox, J. H. Mood, J. A. Proper. i Juxtieea of the Peace W. P. Mercilllolt, tf. H. Knox. I nHffafe IC. Hwaggnrt A'AkiI Director 1. .M. Knox, II. O. ym IS. .?. Wolsott, S. II. Haslet, A. l(. Kellv. I. Clark. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. Prmident Judge VT. P. Jrnk. Alnrhtt Jadje$3 A. FHor-KR, A pnnw OooK. . Sheriff T. J. Va Oiesk. ' Treasurer Ehko. f!i.AHfenn. f'rotlionotary, HegMerd: Recorder, fc. J. ft. AllNKW. J OunmiMiopieri-T. P. Collins, John Thompson, Jar. k. Clark. I r)Miifw Superintendent N. F. Rounnn. i ttinlrifl AtlnrnniH. I). InwiN. I Jurv (Mmmitiionert Jas. Klynn.Wm. JrATTKRUO!. tMrny nunvynr .i. irtvis. fin-oner M. Ittki, Jr. uwfV j4 Hditnm T . )1. Comi, Ij. War MKR, O.JAMIF.SON. sijembtro Vongres Wlh District C. B. V'CWTI. ' iarm6iT-MARTlN Williams. 2'm o lYain At TIONESTA STATION, on and aflor Kovetnber 17, 1M7S : cum 1st clans. T...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 11 March 1874

AX KKIXOHICU. WIFE. , iho following letter from Lady vyumpion iwncr nusoana, Lord Uoiiid- tnn . ft......... 1 V. l T .1 . r ,hikmu i-,an 01 ioriuampton, written In iho ysar of James I., shows that our grand mothcrs were not so' sparine of thoir IiiMbnmls nurses, nher all, as some would lmve us think them : "ilY Sweet Life: Nov I hare declared to you my mind for the set tling of your state, I suppose it were beet for me to bethink and consider within myself whnt allowance were mcetcst for me I pray and beseech vou to u-rant to ni. v.mr mmi tin,! nd loving wifo, the sum of 2,600 Wio,uw; quartony to oe paid. Also, I would, besides that allowance, have 000 ($.3000) quarterly to be raidor the performance of charitable work ; and those things I would not, neither will, be accountable for. Also, I will have three horses for my own saddle, that none shall dare to lend or borrow: none lend but I, none borrow but you. Also, Lwould have two .gentlewomen, lest one chould b sick, or have some . ...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 18 March 1874

t MBt.PBlTT.D WERT WBDTCTDAT, BY W. R. IUNN. riot if MBrnaov DOHKroa bdilddio, r ELM STREET, TI0KE8TA, PA. TERMS, 2.00 A YEAR. 1 Subscription received tyt a eherter pet-tod Uian three months. Carres pondonoe solicited from all part oftti eountrr. Xo notice will be taken bf nymoua communication. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TI05E3TA LODGE . Xo. 360, 'I. O. ofO. F MEETS every Friday evening, at 7 o'clock, in tlia Hall formerly oocuplod ' to the Oood Templars. 7 J AS. WOODINOTOX, 7f. O. A. B. KEIXY, Sec'y. 27-tf. Samuel D. Irwin, tTohxF.V. Vt?NSELU)R AT LAW A and HEAL ESTATE AUKNT. i.afral fcnsln promptly attended to, Tionesta, f. bwt raTTta. BULB W. TATS. PKTTU A TATK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, M.Un Mcioi. TIOXESTA, PA. rw., r auw, r.. Mason. It Jervka, ATTORWIYH AT LAW. Office en Klin aXreet, above Walnut, Tionesta, Fa. r. W.Haya, ATTOH.HY AT LAW, and Notary Pcanc, Reynolda Hiikill A Oo.'e Bleak, Beneoa St., OU City, Pa. VJ-ly ST. UtlMBAB. . . V. B. SMILCT. ' AMenaey at Law, . rraaklia, Pa. PRACTICE ...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 18 March 1874

- EDITOR. WEDNESDAY 10M1S9, I.UfB 18. (874. Daath of Senator Sumner. lion. Charles Samner, of Massachu setts, was suddenly stricken down bo Wednesday last, by a swift ioflama tion, and death quickly followed. He follow, thus quickly after Fillmore, and bia death will fall as a sudden shock on the nation. lie has well earned for himself the title of "states man," and has borne it in honor for many years. Of incorruptable integ rity, he has never been eiupicioned as having a part in any corrupt Con . gecssional seheme. Strong in his con victions, he has been a firm and influ ential friend of the colored race, fight ing for them in the days , when great courage was required, to speak in their behalf in the United Slate Senate. .Hi poitivcase, united with the dis- ae which at last culminated In hi ceatb, is generally credited aa' the cause of his differences with President . Grant and the Republican party. He was persuaded about a year ago to go abroad, and derived considerable beu ' ef...

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 March 1874

1IMUI1Y IQEJ150, URCn 18, 1374. L L. BOROUGH OFFICERS. Tfmrttti M. trmt.. In. . (kwinlmra-N. J. Woleott, T. J. Van Olaaeu, J. K. RlaUia, 1. B. Knox, J. H. BooJ, J. A. Proper. JUett of th ItaetVf, P. Merellltott, P. M. Knox. I Vf6 II. Hwaggitrt J Aio( IHrrttortU. 8. Knox, U. O. Da- la, S. J. Woleott, 8. II. Uaslet, A. II. Kelly, D. Clark. ; FORKST COUNTT OFFICERS. . fa-TSidrnt JuJfltW. P, Junta, ormf JudgtJ, A. Phqpbm, Am w Cook. . $Arr T. J. VAXdintN. , frtnturtr Faro. Ulaikr. iiYotnonofnry, Rtgitttr 3t Hec9rlr,tc. . R. AONKW. CbmmiMionert T. D. CoLLim, JoHM Toommoh, Jaa. K. Clark. Omnry Duptrinlmtitnt 8. F. Rohrbr. IHitriet Attorney S. D. Irwin. 1 yry CbmmiMi'onart J as. Fltkw.Wm. PaTTBIHOK. (bttnfy ,yurvyor S.P. InWIK. ; Coroner M. ITTKL, Jr. Cvuny y4tidior T. B. Cobd, L. Wak es' a, U-. Jaxiiioh. Urmbtrof Qongrttt 19(A 2Hfrie--C. B. .TBTla. Um61y Marti Williams. 4 AAA A a I I n 1H. At TIONESTA STATION, on and after Keyamber 17, 1S73 : BOCTM UT CLAM. Train t2 - :M p. ui. So CLAM. T...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 18 March 1874

A BOLD BOBBKRT. A trading steamboat belonging to Katohea merchant wai lying tied up to the bank ooo eveuing after and un usually prosperous trip, preparatory to starting for home. It was not regard ed as an unusual occurrence that fire strangers came dropping in at inter vals to take passage. It is true there was a reraakable uniformity about them, almost as suspicious as the blue army overcoats and the absence of masks which marked the highwaymen of Little Rock. They were all hand some, all well dressod, all distinguished looking, and it was noted by one par ticularly thoughtful observer that they all wort new boots. Yet this ominous array of coincidences appears to have aroused no flutter of anxiety in the gaileless Louisiana bosom, . The five seemed to be perfect strangers ; they conducted themselves with entire dig nity and decorum, and were intent up on nothing apparently but to get their beauty and their distinction and their good clothes to Natches a quickly and as comfortabl...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 25 March 1874

1 t. vi ' v,irrl ' "... .;.,; ... Rates of Advertising. One Sfpiaro (1 Inch, one Inertlon - tl SO OneSqiiaro " one month . .3 00 One Hanaro " three months - 0 ow One S'tiare " one year - - 10 (o Two Kitnroa, one year - 15 00 i!artrCol. . . , . . SO CO Half 11 " - BO 00 On " " . . 100 (0 Local notices at established rates. Marrinirc and death notices, gratis. All hills for yearly advertisement col lected rtiartcrlv. Temporary advertieo ments must 1 paid for in advance. Job work, fault on Delivery. rVBLIBHKD KTERT WEDXIWDAY, BY W. It. DUNN, rrici nr Bonninoi 4 Bonnr.a'8 snitsiiro, ELM BTBXET, TtOSBSTA, PA. TERMS, (2.00 A YEAR, H 8borlptton recolvod ftr a sherter period Umui three month. Oorreepondeneo aolloited from alt part f the eonntry. No nolle will I taken pf juweiymous comnuiiiioatlniia. VOL. VI. NO. CO. TIONESTA, PA., MARCH 25, 187 1. $2 PER ANNUM. a BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TI05E3TA LODGE I. O.ofO. TP. MEETS everv Friday evening, at 7 o'clock. In th Hall formerly oocupled tor th Uo...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 25 March 1874

- - EDITOR. WEDMSD1I MOJtMXC, MARCH li, ISM. For somo reason ilie impropria tion tot the Warren Iopltal cum v.v in the legislature. A bill to rovHs for an appropriation of $1 jO, 'H)J wns up in the IIouso on the 10th in?t., and after dcbato was refer red back to the committee. Tho rea son being given that there seemed to be ft "sDak" in tho bill. Mr.. Allen tuadc a strong speech favoring the bill, not caring how well it was guarded, !)tit wanted the spnronriatinn. Tl. "lain English of all this is that thcro is a foar that somebody is desirous of making a fortune in the handling of mo appropriation, in tins matter the House exercised good judgment. As no one in ombotit Warren, except a few inside the ring, is allowed to fcnow about the matter, or seem likely ' any 01 me oias awarded them, they are anxiously asking, "Why nee thess things thus V Tho purpose of m orami8ioners to do the work themselves, and not award contractu, und the drawing of the bill To allow them to do whatever the...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 25 March 1874

sasr .... L J 1. vr eesu aTYors is (i7 w arm , :s?4. BOROUGH OFFICERS. Im-prst M. Ittki., Jn. tbmicinirit-H. J. Wolsott, T. J. Van Oleweo. J. K. Hlftlne, P. S. Knox, J. S. Hood, J. A. rroixr. I JiisUmothe iVucf W. P. Mercllllott, l. N, Knox. , Hfu7.P II. Swaggart ( SMhnol lii-orl). S. Knni, 11. O. a- vla. S. J. Wnlantt. S. II. Uaslet. A. 1. Kelly. I). Clark. ' FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. rrri1ent JuJije W. P. Jr.Kii.' ,4..oeitfi Juilytt1. A. Pnor"En, A--tBKW Cook. " i tllttritT'T. J. Vax Oikskx. Trmturcr Frkd. Oi.amnkr. . JVotAonoiiiry, Jtrginter Jt Ilreorder, iff.- J. H. AnSRW. (Vmrm.tionrr T. T. Col.Llss, JOHN Tnor!oK, Jau. K. Curr, (inri .Suierrnfeti'fcnf-H. K. Kohiikk. IHntrict Attorney 3. I. Irwin. Jury Cjmmienrj Ja. Fiasx.Wji. Vunfi .Viirrcvor S.D. Irwiw. trontr M. iTTitr, Jr. (Hi(y m(i7or. T. II. Conn, L. 1rr, O. Jamikson. Member of Vongrelt Wh DxllriH C. U. OriiTtw. ; 4emMy Marti Wiu.iami. -Several of our country exchange, ami especially tlie Huffman' Journal and Time, of Clearf...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 25 March 1874

A STOUT OF fliaOll. An amusing story is related of a Louisiana regiment during the late civil war. Among the Confederate reserve! at the battle of Shiloh was a regiment from New Orleans composed, rank ano" file, of the wealthiest young men of the city there was scarcely a private in the ranks who did not rep resent a property of hitudredsof thou eands. During the hottest part of the bat tle one of tho -fiercest of the war General Beauregard found hi forces seriously annoyed by a battery that he was' unable to silence. Again and again had he directed hi assault gainst it, only to see his troops reel back mangled from the murderous mouths of the well-handled guns. At last, though with a painful reluctance lie turned to the Crescent regiment, and glauced for a moment over eager faces, nearly all' of which were person ally known to him. Then in a voice low, but distinctly heard to the fur thest end of the lines, ho said simply; "Boys, take me that battery." The flower of New Orleans fas...

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