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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 3 February 1875

W. R. dOnN .... . EDITOR, , WEDNESDAY X3IMXC, FEB. 1.1871. Tht Loulisna Qvtttion. On Friday last, .Senator Coultlinjr regaled the U. 8. Senate with some of Lis culiar viewi cu the Louisiana question : . He said in the presence of all the turbulence, disorder and din which ruleit the hoHr in the Iouisnna Legig. ' tare on January 4th, the Senator sahi that everything wa peaceful, that the Governor and all other shnnM have remained lilent apectatora. The Re publican party, the President of the Uoilcd States, and much of the resi due of mankind had been threatened with destruction because those whom Governor Kellogg summoned am) ' who responded were aoldiers soldiers of the United States hirelings, as they were called by the honorable Sen- . atorfrom Maryland (Hamilton). He laid they were hirelings, and withered them by saying they received only eight dollars a month. Hirelings! 'But for such hirelings there might tint now be a Senate chamber to ruverber te with the eloquence of the hon...

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 February 1875

I " ' - ' . - WEDNESDAY KOENIJIO, FEB. I, 1871.. BOROUGH OFFICERS. Jhtrg M---M. ITTL, Jr. Cliaaen. J. R Hl.lna It u lr-J. 'to ,o.ei'men H. j. w i T t U'Kd, J. a. Prop.r. . n'iT r' "-W. p- MarclUlott, aoxool Urtor--l 8. Knox, II. O. Da J.;, wmoott, 8. H. Haslet, A. B. v. viarx. FOREST COUNTT OFFICERS. Pridtnl JudaeI. TV Vi Aitociitl Judge Amokbw Cooa," Joa. .Ar(r T. J. Vaw C!imki. 7VfM4rr 8. .1. Ni-tiiv iVoJononry. Ilraitr& Becordtr.tc. r. M. Ci.aric, Pr. Dopt. tmmuiorir Jouw Taoxraow, Jab, Cbunry '9iiprififnrfrnf S. F. Ttnnaca. JKttriet AtlnrneuS. n Ir Jury CmmiMioiiri-Jaji. FltK.Wm Fattcrhok. Omtfy AVrtx'yor S.T. tltwiw. IJorontr M. Ittkf., Jr. County A uditortT. H. Co8, L. Wa kh, O. Jamikkok. Mrmotrof Vongrn 19th DittrUlC. B. VVRTII, AitnnblyJ. B. Aansw. CTmtt o 7Vain At TIOXnSTA BTAflOX, on and after v viovvr v, 4.01.1 OtTTW Train M . . . 10:44 a. m M . - KOBTH. Train SI - .... 9 . . . . " M ... Km p. tn. 8.44 p. in, a:-w a. tn. 4:11 p. 2:38 a. m. u m mver Divialon 1. . from ...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 3 February 1875

j . HOW TtlKV IROP SHOT. A reporter of the Baltimoro Ameri can tbus describes one of the msny processes of making shot in one of the shot towcts of that city : One of the "secrets" of the manufacture ia the mixing of the lead with a certain pro portiou of a combination of mineral substance called "temper. " .The tem per is fused With the lead, a in! give t4Se . molten metal thai consistency which make - it drop, and without which the lead, would be moulded by the solve, and would form little pencil instead of round shot. When "BB" shot, fur instance, are to be made, the lead is poured into a pan perforated with holes corresponding to that size. The little pellets come pouring down in a continuous shower, and fail into a tank filled with water on the ground floor. In Iheir descent of two hundred feet they become perfect spheres, firm and dense, and they are tolerablv cool when they strike the water, although the switl enncussious make the tank foam and bubble as if the water was boil...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 10 February 1875

r ITBI.IHItBB F.VKRY WKTlNEHDAY, BY w. r?. DUNX.' mCS W MTHHSIIi t MSM'J DOTLD1H3, UH-jTREET, TfONEJTA, PA. TERMS, $2.00 A YEAR. Ni FwSsrrlption received fur A aliorler iwrloil than tliroo mnniha. Cnrrwapondonr solicited n-nm all partu f Mm eountry. No nolle will he teken of arnnutvyntnua communication. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ' JTC0"NE3TA LODGE Ao. .';, r. o.of o. jr. MZV.TH every Friday " evening, nt 7 it'eloek, in th Mall turmci ly occupied y the li nod Templars. J. T, DALE, X. (I. i. T. LATIMER, See'y. . , 27-tf. flbNESTrC0UNCIM;07342, O. I.T. .A.. M. ' MEETS at Odd Fellows' Id'.o Room, every Tuesday evening, nt 7 o'olo.-k. J. T. dam;, c. V. M. CLARK, r. s. 81. Dr. J. K. Blaine, OFFICE mil reddendo nnpo.ita the LnWl'PIK-e Unlive. Ol'.k'OdiiVS Wednes days an I .Saturday. - ', .ni.tr. EL. Davis, ATTORYFY AT LW. Tlnnesta. TV Collection made in this ami adjoin ing counties. 40 I i- - IZlIjJZH V. TATK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, : JT:i Hrtrt, TIOXEW.i. f.4. F. W. Hay ' ATTORXKV AT I, AW. and Xotah...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 10 February 1875

She m$t'$fpWifttn. W. K. DUNN K DITCH. lEDNL'SDAT MOHMNC, FEBs in, IS75. BEAVER VALLEY CHIPS. Snow In tlio wood fifteen inches Jeep. On Saturday last, a Mr. Frank Witneral was climbing idi a loud of logs with his gun in hi hand, the ham mer caught, was drawn back, and tlio gun discharged 4 fortunately nu onu was injured, although savcraf persona were on the logs, among them being Frank's wife. ; One day last week Mr.. Kd. Witli eral found a large doe, lying dead in Hick cry creek, above tha mouth of Utter ; it i, no doubt, the one wounded by Dan Wycle some six weeks ago. Mr. Collins lins nearly all his lum ber moved to ttie river. Lewis Whit ten claims the honor of hauling tho largest load of boards that went down tho plank this winter, some G,b2 fet, and this on a single pair of sleds, with a light weight team. Mr. Khodabargtr'a njwtfui.j.vsuhool last Friday evening, w complete success, and the yclt!5 sereeciing did by the sled load JfjjiM lienvcr, was enough to scare evenr V cat a...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 10 February 1875

WEDNESDAY HORMSO.TeB. M.Twi." BOROUGH OFFICERS. Jturgf$--M. IrTKfc, Jr. UHOitmrn S. J. Woloott. T. J. Vail bjen, J. K. Dlnlne, I. S. Knox, J. M. lio,o., J. A. Proper. JuHirfn nftht .Psaew-W. P. Merollllott, D. . Knox. Ihnttnhle IT. Swagjcart VcAoo IKrrrtor 1. 8. Knox, H. O. Pa ', H. J. Wolcott, S. H. Haslet, A. B. I) D. Clark. rOHKST COUNTY OFFlCKPvS. Prntiiifnt Judntli'. T). WarMOKir. - AtmtOtt JudyMKHOHUw Cook, Jos. ii. Uai.h. &htvi(T--T. 3. Vas GiraKfr. Trtmturer S. J. ."tm.r.T. VVnJinitodri. lirtjinttr Jk Jlrcorttr,Jtc T. M. Ci.aiik, J'r. Dept. CVnimuMi'oner Joux Thompson, Ja. X.Ci.akK, KM ItaRr.I. Ouaf.i fittpti inttniirnt S. F. TtoitKRR. JHtlrirt AttnrntyH. I). Inwtx. ,uri XwiniMior J as. FLT!,Wai. Tattkrhon. uny Surveyor S.P. lawiK. ftoromr M. Ittui.. Jr. fViwnfi vl uditor T. K. Cans. L. Wa- SKM, O. Jamikcon. Mtmbero Congrtu 1!KA. .Diarriei C. 11. 4K'Tia. Issernhby . R. Aamw, 71m o 7Vainii Al TIOX F.STA STATION, on and.after Ovtobar J, 1874t 7 socth. Train 00 - 10:4 a. m....

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 10 February 1875

V -. mm . - - . 187.r. ' T,fK'.. ,1875. riTT.mii'iiuii - ,: Commercial a political" mtfra nv. comm En- CI A I, auii O UN l-'.K V I. J liVVS- ' papf.h, , Devote! to the, Best Interests of the l.N.PDLITiCS, People. The COMMFIti'IAT, will hereafor, as heretofore, he dcvot"d to the support nf Hepubllean principles, imilutaiiitiig ila.n tcpeii"e vithin tno Itcpuhlnsin Party, ami eluimlni the rirtht at ail times to ak fruity and fe.irlcssl y on the merits nf ini n and iimisimM, Parly- iMvcntrneiit is es sential to a constitutional cnnirtry, and Journals claiming to be indcncniicnt of prty lire nsunily independent ii princi ple. Faithful to the great convl'Sjions and aims upon which tlnv Itcpiihlican Party was based, it is llie mouthpiece of no clique , or faction, mijv.riin-r ilia party solely bre.tuso It believes that party- is founded on principles of Kl;;ht "ml Jus tice. THE EDITORIAL DEPARTfltfiT Of tho CoMMKlictAt. will contain, from l:y to day, contiihutinhs from ahlu vi l i ters up...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 17 February 1875

r. to f twist gtpubnau" is rvRi.wniEU nvF.nv Wednesday, by 1 W. li. DUNN. ITICS tS BOBTTTROt k BOltJfERD BUttDlNU, . ELM fflKUET, TIOSDiTA, FA. . 1- TERMS, $2.00 A YEAR. Vo htlcrtptlon received lbr it shorter J erlol Winn three months. . Correspondence solicited from oil parts mftlia eonntrv. No notion will bo taken ot asmonymous communications. I. r ft f - r 1 1 i r - r T r 'J T I i;.:;r; mmw VOL. VII. NO. 44, TIONESTA, PA., FEBRUARY 17, 1875. $2 per "annum: BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TIONESTA LODGE So. 309, yi:o.of O.F. MERTS every Friday evening, at 7 o' lock, In tho formorly occupied ky the Good Templar. ' J. T.DALE. N.O. fl.T. LATIMER, Spo t. . 27-tf. Jnvol Smcarbaugli, fitted nn tho building north of ofllce for a Restaurant and C3 liter baloon. Fresh oyster for rale by tlinoAii, rtiMh o do7,on. Freeh beor mid domestic wines on draught. "Warm meals stall hours. . . - 40tf IT AH ATJiDITOIlS' BEFORT Oll 1874. , . FRED, GLASSNF.R, Treasurer of Forest County, In account with the Funds of ...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 17 February 1875

She forest gcjniMicau. W. R. PUNN. EDITOR. WEDSEsnir RORxne, fed. 17. The $ytem of Assessment. For twenty-five years have our State and local authorities practiced a franc) ulent syniero of Htnte ami Municipal taxation. The idea of swearing an Assessor (1 asee nil property at its true value, with an cmhargn of 26 mills fir School, 1ft fur County, 10 for Roml and 10 fir Pour purposes is load Ihnt no niMti can rnr'y who has any conscience lift. With ait eucttin hrance of 56 mills on the dollar,, it Is n wonder . that Assessors return property at less than one 'third its val c. and thereby imposo doulile tax es on all the inferior kinds of proper ty, while the valuable pays but half rates. 'Without taking the equity fea ture of our present system into ac count the moral phase bhotild he enough to attract the attention of Legislators auJ bring about a speedy change. - , The ids. orVnnuaily swearing thous ands of men throughout the State to asjss property at its true value, and then find...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 17 February 1875

, VEONESnAT KORNTxo7FtBT 17, ',KS. nonouoH OFFICERS. BurgfiM. Irrat., Jr. UouHOitmen S. J. Woloott, T. J. Van (Hearn, J. K. Hlaine, I. H. Knox, J. H. lloui. .1. A. Proper. mlxmolAi iVac-W. T. Mercilllott, U. M. Knox. Cofi6f 11. Swagft-art AbAeol birtrfora 1. M. KnnT, IT. O. In Tie, H. J. Woloott, S. H. Uaslet, A. B, Kelly, U. Clark. FOREST COUNTY OFFICERS. Prtnident .7u7 L. D. Wirvnir. iincil Mjti-AiigKW Cooc, Jos, O. Uai.r. AAeriTT. J. Vaw Oif.sbw. Vtasurer 8. J. Hetlkt. Prothonotaty, ttrmnttr t ItecorHtr, etc. r. m.i lauk, fr. Dept. CViiimimionfi j Jouk THoxrsoit, Jab, K. Clark, Km IIrrmh. Ownrv HuprinttnlrntH. F. Ron. Mtlrict Attorney H. D. Irwiw. Jury Commissioners J as. FlykK.Wm , JATTEROW. Cvanty irvyor S.T). iRwm. t.Vonf M. Ittei., Jr. . CVuH(y A rfi(or T. H. Cobb, L. War VSR, Q. JAMtr.aOH. Mtmbiro Oengrtu 19ih DutrittG. B, Curtis. ' - UsirmMy J. B. Aoxaw. 7YrM o Train At TIOF.STA 8TATION, en and after Qetontr , lo7i 1 bovtk. Train 1:45 a. m. " M S:-tO p. m. " 63 8; p. m. M4R...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 17 February 1875

heart was touched . am! warmed, - till, scarcely conscious of Mb "own twerds, he told his Ion g-cheritlied necro tiU knew that lie had won love for lova. Aunt Sabina stayed two week and thon went home, to tho immeiiso v re lief of the Gorbams, and carrying no regret at leaving anj? but, Fred .nd Cornelia. : ' . .' . It was Dot oven, suspected that Cor nelia spont four weeks io the height of the umme.r season listening tt tho praises of Fred at Babiua'a farmhouse, and even Fred did not kuow it until he came, too, after she was gone, and had hia share of the pleasure of hear ing loving eobimandatiou of . one he loved. " 't ' - ' - - Ha wore the necktie, and mlolm self so much at home ' thot Ssbinh wept soino cf the bitterest tears of life when he left. "To have you both aud lose you !" she sobbed. "Next time we will come together," Fred whispered, and so consoled her. But, alast the next time Fred came was to superintend the funeral of tho gentle om lady, and though Cornelia came too,...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 24 February 1875

7 &lu -fowl gUpuMiviw. U rCBLIPIIKD EVERY WEnXKfltMT, BY mcB iw aonmaoir bonjteb's builiiho, ELM BTREKT, TI0HE3TA FA. TKRMS, $2.00 A YEAR. Ne "hibscrlptiona received for a shorter perlod than threo months. Correspondence solicited from all parts at the country. No notice will b taken of 1 anuenyinoos communications. DUSINE8S DIRECTORY. TIOITCSTA LODGE Xo.3C9, 'I. O. of O. F. MEKTS every Friday evening, at 7 o'elock, in the Hull formerly occupiod lit the uood i oiniiiixrs. 7 J. T. DALE. N. O. l. T. LATIMER, Sec y. 27-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, NO. 342, O. IT. .A.. M. F.ETS at Odd Fellows' Lodge Room, errry Tuesday evening, at 7 o ciock, 7 J.T.DALE. C. 1 M. CLARK, R. S. St. AFFICE and residence opposite the 1 t .riirn llniisn. Office dava Wednee- days and Saturdays, E. L. Davis, x Jl TTORXEY AT LAW, Tlonosta, Ta. XV Collections made In this and adjoin ing counties. 40-iy . 31 1 L 1:: H W. TATE, " ATTORNEY AT LAW, Sirft, TIOSKSTA, PA. F.W. Hays, TTOltNKT AT LAW. and Notary Pcbi.io, Reyn...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 24 February 1875

She gmzt gUjnMkan. W. H. DUNS KDITOK. WEDXESDH MOWING, IT.B. 81, 1S7S. TURNING. . Tlia following doubtful praise and liard hits come from the Pittsburgh Gatrlle: "Wo have no anxiety to praise a political 6hutt!e-coclc, yet tho New York Herald liai dono praise worthy thing recently. It admitted to tta columns a reply by Mr. Stough ton, an nb!e lawyer in New York, to George Tickner Gurtis' charges against the l'resideiil'i'Loiiisiaua policy. Mr. touglitoa takes the position tlint un der the Coustitulion and tho law the the President was strictly right. The legality or illegality of Kellogg' elec tion A f 4itiAi-nni lini! It'.thiiiiv B-tifttv. rr to do with tho qnestiou nt issue. The President was compelled to recog nize Rome one as Governor, and he accepted the man the courts had ad judged the position. Having done this, it was hi duty to tise the army to maintain Kellogg in power till he had been lepafly declared not entitled to it. Further, to this end, it. was his duty to enforce p...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 24 February 1875

VEDIESDAY BOBMaO, HB, M, 187. ' UOnOTJGHOFFICKS. ' JfaT77 M. iTTRt., Jit. ' ' bsMMrmrn H. J.-Woleolt, T. J. Viiu ilao:i, J. F.. Bl.iliie, I,-b. lino j, J. !. ll'tori, J. A. Proper. Jmitict.ihf lh 'MCiiV, P. Mcrcllliott, I. H, Knot. yn.hoj It. Swnc;;ait Hchnnl IHn-tlunl. S. Kiini, II. O. In VU, . J. Wol.-ott, . II. Urtslot, a. n. Kelly, I). Clark. tm i. . i FOREST COUNTT OFFICEPvS. Pmhltnt Jn'it L. T. Wrntowr,' A minimis JWyf jAndwuw Uook, Jos. . Dale. ; . AWifT-T. J. TS Oikmrx. '" . i Trtnuurer S. J. fcKTLEY. Pmlhtntiurv. Kfiitttrdt Recariicr,4e. T. M. Ct-AitK. Pr. Dept. (Aimmi.m'tnr Jowl THOMPSON, Jas. K. Cl.AftK, Fi.T IlHRMK. Oun'v HiijrrintrntlefitH. F. RonREa. )itlriet Uforae.i S. D. Ibwijc. Jury (.Wimitsiuner Ja. FLTN!,Wji. FaTTER-SOX. , . rvur nvyorS.D. Trwiw. fi)-onr M.lTTBr., J. ' ' Counfy A uiUort"V. It. Conn, L. vV'Aa- HKK, (!.' J A M ! KSOIt. Member tf CoajreM 19(A Dirit C. B. tUttTlS. Auemby J. B. Abkbw, . 2(me itf Tralnt At TIOXKSTA SXA l'IOX, on and.aftar OoWbir 5, 1S7...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 24 February 1875

rock, scIimhI tiio child ui iia was jnk Allegheny Valley Rail Road. him. ami taking him br the band led him forward to find his mother. At a distance was a group of ladies, a mong them Mrs. Smith. As Fanny approach ed the circle she encountered the frigid utare of Mrs. Smith, who said, with metallic Toice, all eye being rivited upon the two, "BeDny, come to rue ; I don't wish you to associate with thieves and murderers." Not far away, with his hat o ver his face, stood the stage-driver, as if wait ing for the word of com maud ; but near at hand was another knight, Har ry Carlton, who, with his mother, had oil city just arrived upon tne grounds, ana nau -been near enough to hear the words. Sl.l1 k UieppiDg lrirru, no oaiu x I I 'I'lotlfMUt who stood pale and trembling, "Do not remain here to be insulted by these people. My mother would like to speak with you." And taking her upon his arm he es corted her to the tent which had been prepared for them. m One standing near would hate hea...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 3 March 1875

r 1 IS M'DLwrtEU BVERY WKDJtKfiDAT, BT ' W.'IZ. DUNN, y rpios nt aoBtirsoK 4 bohkt;r'8 botldiho, ELM 8TBBCT, TIQ8E8TA, PA. TKUMS, 13.00 A YKAU. y )ubcrlptlons recnlvod for a shorter srlod than three month. Correspondence solicited from nil part f the country. No notice will lie taken of annonymous communication. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TIONESTA LODGE Ao. O. of O. F. MKRTS every 'Fridav ernnlnft, at 7 o'slocV, In the Hall formerly occupied by thctlnod Templar. J.T.MLE.K.n, U. T. LATIMKR. Rco'v. 27-tf. TIONESTA COUNCIL, N0.-342, O. XJ. -A.. M. MEETS at Odd Folluwi' Lodtjo Room, every Tuesday evenlni, at 7 o'clock. J.T. DALK, C. T.M.CLARK, It. 8. , 31. Dr. J. E. Blalrvd OVTtCK ami rcsidem-o opposite the Uwrtmw House. Office days Wednes days and Huturdaye, 50-tf. ' E. L. Davis, ATTORNEY AT I, AW, TloneHta, Pa. Collections made In tht and adjoin ing counties. 40-ly MIIiKH W. TATE, .7 ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, Jllm rr, '. ' . TIOXKSTA, PA. -r. W.Hays, ATTORNEY AT I.iff, end Xotart Foblio, Remolds Hu...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 3 March 1875

fSht .forest 5.1tmi!)ifiitt. . w u f U PCBLWnEli KVr.RY WKDXEflUAT, BT 'W.'TE. DUNN, i tpiob m aoBinaoir 4 bonrtth's bdtlditio, TKltMS, 1X00 A YEAR, No (Subscription recnltod for shorter ftwlod than three month. Correspondence solicited from nil parts w" the country . No untie will l taken of annenymou oomniunii-aUon. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . TTONESTA LODGE Ao. 3H, I. O. ofO. F. MKRTfl every "Friday evening, at 7 o'el-wrk, In the Hull formerly occupied r Uie Good Templar. J. T.DALE, N.fl. U. T. LATIMER, Soo. 87-tf. ; O. TJ- .A.. M. EKT3 at Odd Follows" Lodge Iloom, every Tuesday even! nr. at 7 o'clock. J.T. DALE, C. X.M. CLARK, KS. V SI. Dr. J. E. "Blaine, .rfVTFfCR ml 'residence cpposlto. the v.Mwrtiwiiiounii. uuiceaaya weuue Cm. J and Saturdays. 30-tf. . 1 E.- L. Davis, ' ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, TloneHta, Pa, Collectlona made 111 this and adjoin ing rountirs. 40-ly W, T A T E, "ATTORNEY AT LAW. , , F. W.Haya, .. ATTORNKY AT LAW, en JCotart Pobmo, Revnolri Hukill A Co.1 Sleek, lleaooa SU, ...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 3 March 1875

EDITOR. WEDSESD1T I (IRK HQ, 1.1ft. t, 187. Hon. Angus Cameron, Senator Carpenter' successor in the United Sum Senate from Wisconsin, denies utterly thetUtcraenU lately attributed to him by Democratic journal, that he would not act with the Republican party. He says he "has always been Republican, and always intends to be; will go into a Republican caucus, and will not act with the independents or Democrats." The Civil Right Bill pawed the Senate on 8atarday last, as it came from the House. It only awaits the signature of the President to become a law. The Republican Congress goes out to-morrow, to give place to the party of "Retrenchment and Re form." Look out then for statesman ship in iU simplicity and patriotism in its purity. Liter. The Bill bas received the signature of the President. i " - John MorrisserT the .immaculate gentleman of sportive procliyfUes, they say has more influence tlbany with Governor Tilden than any other man, or for that matter, half a dosen. I I ? 11, I ...

Publication Title: Forest Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Forest Republican. — 3 March 1875

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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. — 3 March 1875

A New Englamlcr, riding rail road car.'tocmtd particularly .Ttum to astonidh tlia other paasoiigerj with tougb stories or Yankeedom. iA last bt wen tinned tliat ona f hi ifgli bor owned an immnnN dalr, and mada 1,000,000 pounds (f batur and 1.000,000 poiihds-nf rhee yearly. This story prodjce.1 snroo acnsatinti, and tho Yankee, perceiving ' that his veracity was .n danger vi being (juest tinned, apuealed to a friend as (Twlown "True, isn't it, Mr.-P.f, 1 apeak of Deacon Brown you know, Deanou UrownT'i "Y-a-ea," replied tho friend, "that ts, yes I know Iaoi f.rawn ( don't know as I ever heard precise! bow many pounds of batterandulieene bo makes a year, bat 1 know . that - be has twelve eaw-milla that go lf but termilk." - ' ' '.-.' ! Soma people, imagine that Mark Twain is exceedingly smart. Wa knew him when he was grinding plati tudes for the Virginia Enttrprife, and he was a notoriously lazy grinder. lis would sit at bis editorial ' table for hours, drumming on a cracked guitar, w...

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