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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 11 November 1874

4 WEDNESDAY ttQRHlNO, KOT. il, 1874. BOROUGH OFFICERS. Burg ft M. TTrr.t., J n. (.tosmsilmrw N. J. Wnl.mtt, T. J. Van etlmfti, J. K. Maine, D. S: Knot, J. S. Hood, J. A. Proper. Sitttien of ths J'taet W. I. Merellllott, D. S. Knox. . - CbHiMaMe TI. Swagtgart .A.'Aoo( IHreetor 1. H. Knox, It. O, Da vie, 8. J. Woleott, S. H. llsalet, A. JJ. Kelly. U. Clark. - . FOIIKST COUNTY OFFICERS. " president Jtulnel,. D. WitrMoHK. .isanruir Judymi. A. pRorKR, AK BKKW OoflK. sheriff T. -J. Va Oiksbx. TruifHrrr Fnrti. (ItAfflXH. prothonntary, Register & Recorder, . J. n. AoNKW." . Amm(MfoMra T. D. CORLISS, John TnoWPNOV, J AS. K. UI.ARK. County Unpsrintenrlrnl H. F. Hohbicr. IHitlricl Attorney H. I. Irwin. Jnry Commissioner" Jab. FLWW,Wf Pattkiwiom. , Covntv Hun-evnr S.T. Iltwm. . ! r "f . i .wtify vrfiiors T. H. Cobb, L. Wai KKK, U. jAMiraow. Member of Congress 10th District C. B. Assembly M akTik Wiuum. " Time of Train At TIONF.STA STATIOX, on and aflor Ootobar 6, 1874 : eotrrii. Train 00 - ...

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

IMPORTANT. ANNOUNCEM'T, j Allegheny .Yatiey Rail Road! J J Q Q WORK I 1H71 I Inreutal unri cured ttrint Improvement In Wuh Bollen, sirapie arrangement ly which steam was applied to the wuhlni of clothtna.. t have heretofore sold this under the nam Steam Wuhrr, or, "Woman's Friend For Such It i In fact, I hrn advertised It tn nearly every Relia-lnua Newspaper in the I'm too states and Canada, also In tb . leading isecular papers, using double-col umn advertisements. The readeraof this paper mar remember seeing mr card In the various papers of the conntv daring the past year. Extracts from letters re ceived from my customers. In another column, will Indicate how it has been re ceived by tba people throughout the country. 3 O O ,000 Have been sold already. It la sufficient for my purpose to ssy that I am satisfied that noming nerctotore advertised aver render eu so general satuaciinn. vet this, my first invention, was not quite erfeot, and for the last two years I have applied my elf t...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 18 November 1874

f-af3 rv-' ' aaa Ratoa-of Advertising.' One Square (1 inch,) one Innrtion - 1 " One.Sipiaro " one month .11 One Square " three mouths - (I M f me Square " -ono year . . 10 M Two .Squares, one year - MOn Quarter Col. ' so on Half " " . . . . (W 00 One " . " - ISO CO l.pRal notices at established rates. Marriaire and death noticos, prniii. All bilis lor yearly advertisements col lected quarterly. Temporary advertise ments mus be paid for in advance Job work, Cash on Ueliveiy. ,.BI.MnEn EVERY; WKDXIWDAY, BY AV. TJ. DTJg N. riOB w BrmtNso bonntiu'S BuTLDtsa, ,. EJ1 STREET, T.0IE3TA, FA, ' TERMS, .00 A YKAK. Ie Awbaorlptlona received for a shorter rlexl than three mnntti. Correspondoi.es solicited from all parts Nie country. No notice will bo taken of -many nious communications. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. VOL. VI i; MO. 33. TIONESTA, PA., NOVEMBER 18, 1874. $2 PEll ANNUM. - J - s TTfifTT.sTA T.nnnr. v v fa. VI.O.ofO.F. MEETS every Friday evening, at 7 s'slork.ln the Hall formerly occupied " lij...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 18 November 1874

1 EDITOR, WEDNESDAY JIOKSNG, NOT. 18. 1874. STATE NEWS. Ten "Vets" of 1812 survive io Greene county. -'-Farmers all over tlie State report the wheat perfect. Bradford county has one hundred ami six post qmces. Diphtheria prevails in the eastern counties of this Mate. "Two many tramps," is what the Rochester people are saying now. Republicans and Democrats joined io a juDiiee at iioiuunysourg. Meadville has commenced work on that long talked of water works. The New Castle and Stoneboro Railroad has been opened for travel The St. Felersburgh Progress made such bad progress that it bad to shut up shop. The furniture and effects of the Titimville Soldiers' School have been cold -by the Sheriff. New Castle thinks it cau be light ed with natural gas. Denty of the raw material mere. , Go. Osborne, recently hoisted to the Gubernatorial chair in Kansas, was once a resident of Meadville. The Erie Dispatch says lumber is still arriving at that port from the manufactories on the lake shore in M...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 18 November 1874

Jhr!W$t gfjntWicnn. " WEDSESDAYMOR?il?iG, SOT. 18, 1874. nnnniir.H nrrrnKHS. fiurpem M. Ittki., Jn. fJbMweimrn M. J. Woloott, T. J. Vnn (Voimi, J. V Plains, 1). H. Knox, J. H. livid, J. A. Proper. Justices o A laeeVf. T. Mercllllott, D. N. Knox. tynmlableM. Hwaargart School DirrrtonW H. Knnjr, II. O. Pn Vla, H. J. Woloott, 8. H. Haslet, A. Jt. Kelly. 1. Hark. FOnKST COUNTY OFFICERS. Pmident Judqei L. l. Wktwork. 1o(iVM Jdiji. A. Pnoraa, A w DnKW Cook. Sheriff 'V. J. A!t Oirskn. 'Vjm u.-.- K nirli. Or.AMHNKn. rrothonotnry, ItegMtrdt Recorder, see. J. Tt. Aowkw. CommiMiioner T. P. Collins, JoBN Tiiomfmom, Jab. K, Ci.ahk. Oiuniy Superintendent 8. F. TtortRltrt. . IKatriel AHornryii. P. Irwin. Jury Oommitaiontri Jas. FLYN.M.Wii. Pattkuhoj. (tinnry w,iw S.P. Irwih. Ooroiier M. Ittki., Jr. tunry Auditor X. H. Cobii, L. War- KII, '. JAMIK.HON. Member of Vongvei 19th District C. B. CLRTIB. Atttmtiljt Martin Williams. Time of Trains At TIONFSTA STATION, on and after October 6, 1874 : BOUTII....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 18 November 1874

A tlCJILANT WIFE. Max Adder writes a follows: ''Pit . man's woodpile has euflereil a jrood deal lately from the ravsjres of thieve, so the oh! gentleman, the other day, loaded his gun with coarse lalt, and expressed his determination tit bom bard the first man who should he ob served to haunt the timber. On Mon day morning he had to attend court, at he did.ujl expert to reach home until late iu the evening, Mrs. Pitman felt it her doty to keep an eve on the woodpile. Unf Pi'man returned about dusk, and as he walked up tlje yard he thought he mizht as well carry in enuugh wood to last all night. He had just placed the fourth stick unon bis arm, when an explosion occurred, and the same instant he tit as . if a million red hot darning needle were dancing up and down his Jem. He had heard from Mrs. Pitman. He yelled with pain, and, dropping iho wood, most of it upon his toes, ho fell to the ground. Just as ho did so. he saw Mrs. Pitman stand iu the kitchen doorway with his firearm at 'p...

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

sas i t :f f i f ' i i. ' tUBUflnKD KVr.RY WEDJfnSDAY, BT '. "W. R. DUNN. . - . AnwA... WW ftnM FITCH IB dunhlbb nuiiiuiu, ELM ST1EET, TI0SE8T A, Pi. TKKMS, 2.00 A YEAR. Ha Subscriptions received tor a shorter iMtrlod Utan three months, , ' rWMmtulimH solicited from all parts ennntry, No nMItt will be Uken of vneayinnua oomtnnnientlons. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TIOITESTA LODGE Jfo. 309, 'I. O.of O. jF. -TBRTfl every Friday evening, at 7 - IY1 tf stock, In the Hall formerly occupied : . th.aood tcmpiars r i. T. T.ATIMER. Seo'v. , 27-tt TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342, l O. IT- a-.-M. EKTS at Odd Fellows' Ixk1o Rnoui, ". IM virv Tuesday evening, at T o'clock. J. K. BLAINE, C. J. H. FONES, R. 8. SI. Dr. 3. K. Blaine, "VFFICK and reildonoe opposite the J Lawrence llouso. J moo days Wednes days ainltlaturuays. au-ii. M XX lis V. TATE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Im ttrttt. . TIOiTESTA. PA i i W. f. Merciuiou, ATTORNEY AT LAW, cor. Elm and Wlnut Sts., Tionesta, Pa. I liave uwUtMl myself with Hon. A. R. Rich mo...

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

3&e forest StpwHkim. W. R. DUNN - , EDITOR, WEDXESOAT Mum, NOV. Ik IS74. STATE NEWS. Greenville is eighty years olj. Alteon ig to have a -tnnp house." Frreport girls take to chewing gum. The Brookville Jeffertomian is to . be eiilurceJ. Titnsville has organized a relief as socidlion. Greenville enjoyed a prize fight last week. Gen. Banks will open the lecture course in Altoona. A gang of thieves is camped in tho woods near Clarion. Parker City claims a couple who have rawed tweuty-oiiu children. Over 500 teachers were in attend ance at the Lancaster cotiuly Institute. A Clietr counlian has shipped a barrel of apples all the way to Africa. They talk of extending the New Castle & .Stoiieboro Railroad to Mead tille. - TTtusville has a . water works trouble all about tho purchase ol the boilers. -' . The Ml. Carfonj Rolling Mill is to start up again after being itllesever- ai years. - Tha report from tho pipe lines fur last month show a tfevideri increase iu the slock of til for...

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

"WEDESDAT inRMSC, KOI. M, 1874. . BOROUGH OFFICERS. Brff M, Ittei., Jn. f UHOi7mrn H. J. Woleittt. T. 3. Van fllosen, J. H. Maine, U.S. Kiiok.'J. 8. Hood, .1. A. Proper. JuKlic nf the. Voce W. P. Msreilliott, I). S. Knox. OohVmM H. Swatrart fJmnl hirfrtnrnlK St. Kiwi, It. O. I- W, H. .1. Woloott, 8. H. Haslet, A. B. Kelly. U. Clark. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. Prvtidrnl 7mi77 L. D Wrtmorf, " Aneint Judge 3. A. PHorR, Ax- PRRW COOK. tthtritr T. J. Van nirsKW. 7Wnrcr Fhki. Oi,hnkh. J'mthnnntnri, Register it Iteeordrr, c Oimxiijuion-rr T. D. Collins, John TltoMTHON, JAS. K. Cr.ARK. Yuft Sitierintenttimt H. K. TlonRKB HlMtrirl AttnmruH. T. Inwix. .furi rnmim'oiir Jab. Ki.nN,Wm. Tattkiihon. . Otanfy Stirvnim S.T TnwiN. (Tnrnner M. Ittkl, Jr. (Vtuttfy nrfftors T. n. Oobd, L. Wab Member of CungrtM Wh Dutrict-C. B. 4emfij Mahtij Williahs. TUne of TrainB At TTONRSTA STATION, on and after October 6, 1ST t : BOUTIt. Tmln (10 - - - - fl:M a. m. " 64 2:37 p. ni. ' 6J 9:45 p. m. NORTH. Train 5S - - -...

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

o IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEM'T. In 1871 1 invented and seen red lettora-pat ent for an Improvement la Wash Boilers, A simple Arrangement by which steam was applied to the washing of clot li tog. I bay heretofore told tills under tho name or Kcam Washer, or. v "YV" oman's Friond, For inch It la iu fact. I have advertised It tn nearly every Religious Newspaper in the Uniteu states and Canada, also tn the loading Secular papers, using double-column advertisements. The readers of thia twoer may remember seeing my card In tho various papers of tho county (luring me past year. rxrrncis irom iciiers re ceived from my customers. In another column, will Indicate how it has been re ceived by the people throughout the country. 3 0 0,000 Have been aold already. It la sufficient ftr my purpose to say that I am satisfied that nothing heretofore advertised ever render ed ao general satifaction. Yet Hia, my first invention, was not quite perfect, anil for the last two years I have applied my self to the s...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 2 December 1874

VOL. VII. NO. 35. Ji forest gtpuMifiw. i PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, BY . - V. It. DUNN. rrics nt Ermnreox . bonntoi's btjildito, ELM STREET, TI0KE3TA, PA. ' TMRM3, W.00 A. YKAR, -'. Ha Biibsorlptions recntvod fur a shorter uj-tnrt than three months. itp.l from nil parts i (lie country. No nottpo will be takau of itononymotia communications. ' L"""-Ml I'-'i .."'! BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TIONESTA LODGE MEP.TS eery Friday evening, m i o'clock, in flxa Hall lormorly occupied Uy the tiooc iomp.ars n T T.ATIMER. See'T. 27-tf. - - - I TV;. A.in ! nronnrwl m no nil worx in TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342, , ,,, 'J 0tt0 t ;ftesiiipwcflit. Rates of Advertising. fi TIONESTA, I'A., DECEMBEU 2, 1874. $2 PEK ANNUM. WM. F. BLUM, BLAOICSMITH! AND WAGON-MAKER. Corner of Church and Elm Streets, TIOSTEST-A IPV. A RAMBLE I TIIK WOODS. BY THE "FAT CWrRIiUTOR. hue o. TJ. L. M. M trrTH at Odd Fellows' I.odL-0 Room, L oyery Tuoeday c"i"fr 'lt. ?v i? r i it irnv FU If, H. 31. ticulnr attention given to IIOIISE-KIIOII...

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

,,f forest gfpiMlf I UBLU3H.ED EYErtY WEDNESDAY, BY j - W. If. DUNN. ELM STREET, TIOH &3TA, f A. THRM3, 12.00 A YKAH, -'. . !fe "tubsorlpllons received tor shorter 1 r-jii-lnri IJin ilirPA (notitliH. V.i-ann,i.l.nna Bfifiplfpd from nil tmrts rf country. No noilco will be taksu of uAnsnymnu omurminicauons. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TI03TE3TA LODGE . Ao. 3C.9, T. O. of O. F1. MEETS every Friday evening, fit 7 oVloek, In tViallall lormorly occupied 3 . J. T. DALE. N. O. U. T. LATIMER. Sec y. 27-tf. TIUNiiOTA UUU JNllJj, JNU. . . v nin O. TT. A..M. MEETS at Odd Follows' IxidffO Uonm, every Tuesday evening, t 7 o'clock, v J. E. BLAINE, C. J. II. FOXES, K. 8. 8l. Dr. J. E. Blaine, . "WFICK and residenne oppositfl the J Lawrence House. Ofnuodays Wednes days and Saturdays, so-ii. ".MILKH W. TATE, ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, irj. ru-..t TloyfKSTA. PA. v W. P. Merellllott. A TTORNKY AT LAW. cor. Elm and A. Walnut fits.. Tionesta. Pa. I have associated inysolf with Hon. A. B. Rich mond, t Meadvillo, Fa.,...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 2 December 1874

sr W. R. DUXM EDITOR. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DEC. f, 1871. Proceedings fr the Teachers' Insti tute. The eighth aunual session of the Forest Co. Teachers' Institute con vened in TionesU, at the High School buildnijf, on Monday, Nov. 23d, at 2 o clock P. M. Institute called to order by Co. Sunt. & F. Eohrer. Opened bj prayer by iter. Elliot. Officers were then an pointed by Supt. : Mary Harrington Seo'y, Chloe rainier Assist. Sec'y, and tmn) Dawson, Roll Keeper. Supt. Hohrer then delivered an able address to the teachers, expressing his pleasure at meeting them, and urging them on in the all-important work of Eduea tion. Prof. W. II. Curtis, of McKean - . .i . , . . was men introduced. He spoke particularly of the method of conduct ing Institutes, and of the importance of strict attention on the partof teach ers if they would bo benefitted by the efforts or the instructors. After recesa of ten mfnutes Frof. Curtis conducted class drill In reading, Adjourned EVENING SESSION. Institute ...

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

She, Jowl. gcpuMtam. WEMeVdAT HOUSING, DEC I, 1874. BOROUGH OFFICERS. Jiurgem M. Trriti, Jn. ObKMCitmen N. J. Wolootl, T. J. Van Olwi, J. K. Maine, T. H. Knox, J. 8. 1Ikx), J. A. Propor. Juntiee oj the JtaeV. V, Merctlliolt, I. H. Knot. Conitable II. Swafrenrt fkhnol JHrrrtnr IK H. Kno, II. O. Pa ,Tl, H. J. WoImoiI, N. II. Haslet, A. R. ' Kelly, U. Clark. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. JVmi'oW Julre! P. WfsrwnaF. Annoeinl JutlyeitJ . A. Pnorsn, Ak BRiew OnoK. fihtriff- T. J. VAX fllMKK. Trenturet Fnrn. Oi.akrr. irothonntnry, Itrgitter t Jlecortter, Jtc. (yimmiimrii T. I). CoLl.I, Jous TnorsoN, Ja. K. Clark. Cbutitf Superintendent 8. F. TtoitnKn. JHttriet Attorney S. D. Irwiw. Juru 0mmiMinr Ja. Flyki,Wk rATTKRHOM. Omnr.v Suneyir 8.P. lawiw. (kroner M. Ittei., Jn. Cbunfy AvilitnrnT. 1. Conn, L. War . nun, .' Jamikson. Member of Oongre 19iA DtrietC B. Cl'RTis. Utm6fj Martin Williams, Time of Trains At TIONESTA STATION, on and after Ootobar 6, 1874 t ' - ' . - SOUTIT. Train W ' M " 6a 0:M a. m...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 2 December 1874

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMT, In 1871 I Invented and secured letters-pat-ent for an Improvement in Wash Boilers, A slmplo arrangement by which steam was Applied to the washing of rlothtng. I have horetofore sold this under the name of Steam Wasftcr, or, "W o m a n 's Friend, For nch U Is In fact. I have advertised it In nenrlv every Rolifrions Newspaper in the Uniteu States and Canada, also in the loading Secular paper, using double-ool-umn advertisements. The readers of this paper may remember seeing my enrd in the various pajera of the county during the past vcar. . Kxtraets from letters re ceived from my customers, fn another column, will Indicate how it has been re ceived by the people throughout the oountry, ' 3 O O , O O O Ilavo been sold already. It is sufficient for my purpose to say thai I am satisfied that nothing heretofore advertised over render ed so general satifoction. Yet this, my first Invention, was net quite porfoct. and for the last two years I have applied my elf to the...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 9 December 1874

i FCUMflilKD EVERY WEDNESDAY, HY W. tl. DUNN. ELM STREET, TfOSr.3TA, TK 4 ' - - TKRMS, f2.00 A. YEAR, fco !ulaorlpllon rewired r a shorter . poriod Until threo inOntlm. , ' Oorrespondoneo ntltllnl frnm nil part ci Mm country. No notlco'wUl be taken of a4tnymous" oommrniliitlom. a. - -r . . , BUSINESS DIRECTORY. WX;7Z. : " ' TIOWESTA LODGE VwSP I. O. of O. I MEETS every Friday cvoninn, nt 7 oVIoek, in the II.ill formerly ocouplod Ly the Hood Templars. -' J. T. DALE, K. O. U.T. UTIMKII, secy. " TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342, O. TJ. -A.. M. Tl TEETS at Odd Follows' Loduro Room, J J. E. Dl.AINr., C. J. H. FONES, R. S. 81. Dr. J. E. Blaln.0, OFFICE and roMdonne opposite the Lawrmicellouso. Offleoily Wednes- . t ii t r aays ana naiuruayn. ou-n. ATTORNEY. AT- LAW, JCim , TTOSBSTA, PA. W. P. Merctlllott, ATTOItS K Y AT LAW, cor. Elm and . Walnut Ht., Tloneata, l'a. I have assoclsted ravaolf with Hon. A. R. Rich ' Biond, of Mradville, Pa., iu the practlco of law In Forest County. 10-ly F.W.Hays,...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 9 December 1874

1 EDITOR. WEDNESDAY JOBMSC, DEC. 2, 1971. SHERIFF'S SALES. BY VIRTUKof mindi r writ of Fieri Faclasmnd Vondi. Hx. iucdtit of tno Court or Common Pi or Forest Co., and to mo directed, there will ho oxiwwd to sale by public vendue or outorv, at tho twin uouse, in tlio borough or J ioncsta, wit MONDAY, DECEMI1LR 2S(h, A. D., 1874. nt 11 o'clock A. M., tho following docrlbod rmi csmio, wj-wii ; A. I Kelly vs. Jump P. Rlack, Fi. Fa., No. 23 Deo. Term, 1874.CD.No.ai Scpt.Tr. IH4, nml A. L. Kcllv vs. Jumps P. Itlwk, Fi. Fa., No. IU Doc. Term, 1S74, C. D. No. H Sept. Term, 1K74. Tate. All the de fendant's right, title, Interest and claim of, in and to all Hint certain piece or parcel of la:id situate in Harnett Township, in For est County, and Stato or Pennavlvauia, lionnded and desorilicd as follows: Ro ginning at a leceh on tho north line war rant No. H,1I4, thence by land deeded to Soth V. Pino south two hundred and twenty and Nix-tenths perches to a stone pile, theneo by game, west nine...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 9 December 1874

Hv , ; --.' . . r j .jir"r'?-"r.'rri WEDNESDAY BOIIMNO, DEC. I, 1871. Uncle Billy Grove and hs party uur eauuaui.ocuwi inueu,. u.nlr nn R.?iirln Ii.t. having during mo winter mourns. J" , killed no doer. ISow we are glad that wo didn't slay those ileor when we wero out; because, how would these fellows, all old hunters, feel? -Alex. 1 lentigo Is giving the wood work inside the Presbyterian Church a complete coat of paint. This, with ilia Improvements already made, wil - i - - ..... - - . i ... t . nahooi i)irrrtor H. Knox, 1T70. Ta- reuder the house neat, comlortiibie ana Vl. 8. .1. Wolcott, S. H. Ua.Het, A. u, BOROUGH OFFICETIS. Thtrgtm M. Trriti., Jr. 01wi, 1. K. lllatne, V. 8. Knox, Hood, J. A. Prupor. - - Jtier ntho J'tacYf. P. Mercllllott, D. M. Knox. Von.itable II. Swmrtrart , Van J. S. Kelly, IX Clark. plca?nnt. The holidays are approaching, and the turkeys that escaped the reigu of terror on Thanksgiving, are again growing shy. The slaughter is bound to go on, however, just ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 9 December 1874

..1 , a uiKir H R-iuu si;. . A correspondent of New York journal gives a description of a cheap plan for an ice house that 1ms boon in use in his neighborhood for ten Tera, ud lins never yet failed iu keeping ice R8 well as the more expensive houses. It is simply an inclosiire of about six feet square in the clear, and six foet Iiigh. The walls are formed of old re fuse timbers, throw. closely together, with no regrxrd to form or comeliness. The roof isTnado of hemlock boards. The entire cost of this building did not exceed five dollars, and, practical ly considered, it is a success; not am bitious of oontaiuing thirty-five load of ice, but simply five loads. About six inches of sawdust was sprend up on the ground floor, and in packing n space ot about nine inches was led be tween the ice and the walls of the building fur sawdust, and about nine inches of sawdust spread upon the top or the ice, ana thn thing wns tixcil The three main principles observed here will always insure a sup...

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. — 16 December 1874

1 rUDLMIlUD EVERY WKDNESDAT, BY W. R. DUNN. ' rricE nt itnwi'mort & bosner's Btrn.ciifo, . - yaJi BTaKET, tiosesta, pa. . - ; TKRMS, f2.00 A YJTAU. ffm a-nrxwrlptions received or a horter pavrtod Ukii throo month. Currnspcmdnneo solicited from nil part , af Nisroiinlry. No notice wilt betaken of aaanotiym'ona" communications. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TIONESTA LODGE "" n f "GETa ever? Friday ermiinK. nt 7 . IVL o''l',l thn "nil lormrrly oocnpiod a. T. LATIMKR. Sec'y. - 27-tf. : TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 312, O. U. JV. M. JITEKTS ill Oild Fellows' LoJro Honm It A every Tuesday eveninir, nt 7 o'clock .1. 10. 11LAI 1 f II I AINE, C, 3. It. TONES, II. 8. ill. . Dr. J. E. Blaine, OFFICK and reslde-ieo opposlln the Lawrence If nuns. OtneedsyB Wednes days and Saturday. 3i-tf. ATTORNEY AT LAW, - Kim SI,-t. TTOXK8TA, PA. . . " . W. P. Mercllllott, TTnTtKEV AT I, AW. cor. Elm and V Walnut HI., Tioneia, I'm. ..Kirltlnl mrHfllf with Hon. A. loud, of Madvlllo, Pa., in tuo praollce o"f law lit Forntt'o...

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