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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 25 August 1870

County Officials. CfamonJ'UM Judge, - WtLUAX EX. PnbaU Judge, - - THOXiS ABMO .rnifo94ffcry, - (if-.Vxutt County Clerk, - - - JOKS S- OXK. Skertf, , - - - -JunsS-McCOXB. f5or, - - - jQKXrK ILXEWTOX., THamrvr. - - jAC03.cnEEErnOLMr8. JUcorder, - - GEOKCK L. Coot, CamniuUntn - MxcolFisbzs, (DiJfl. BlCGHXAN. Stumor, - - JosncxSrosierE. Coroner, t - r - - JIzXBT SHAKUS. 1 (LCELLEN ALLISOX, Infirmary Director!, JJonK SRiEr, " (LOUIS M ATEB. County Officials. Church Directory. County Officials. Church Directory. U. P. CHURCH. EEV. W. 1L-GIBSOX, PAST0B.H0URST0K bemeeatii;; o'ciocetx.tc fiabnatn school at iuf:o'eiocE, A- . 1'raver meeting ruurs day evenings at; o'clock. . PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. EEV, A. S-MILHOIXANn. PASTOB JIORK lS&o'clcyfc. Evening service 7' o'clock. ln. torrlrn at 11 nWV CiKhiih .K.l i-rayer meeting every weanesuay evening at DISCIPLE CHURCH. ELDER TVM. SHATIP, PASTOiL IIOL'RS ror service II o'clock, p. jc. Sabbath school 9 o'clock. Evening- service 1 o'clock. Prayer m...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 25 August 1870

Holmes County Republican. Lanbach, White Se Cunningham, Editors ixn Pboteietoes, iriLLERSBCEG, O., August, 25, 1870. Republican State Ticket. Secretarg.of State, Get. I. R. SJIERAMOQD. Svpremt Judnef - C GEO. W. arcIBVAINE. Comptroller of the Treasury, Gen. AY". T. "SFJLSOX, Member Board of PaWc Worls, ' P. V. HERZIG. TO OUR READERS. With this issue, the Holmes Countt Republican commences a new era, with new editors and pro prietors, new presses, new material, new subscription list entirely, and in fact a new paper out and out During the past five or six 3-ears, there .has .been but one paper in the county, and that Democratic. The wants of the people demanded a second paper. The interests of the county at large required it, and more particularly the interests of the Re publican Party. The Democracy have had it all their own way; but the people arc anxious to hear both sides of the story. It is necessary, in order to prevent corruption, to have two sides to all questions pertaining ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 25 August 1870

Holmes County Republican. locals: MlLLEHSBCBG, 0., August 25, 1S70. To the Subscribers of the Holmes County Republican. The Editors of this paper have fitted up a first-class office, and wc now have the pleasure of presenting to you the first copy of this paper. As you will see, the Editors have come up to their part of the con tract. We, the committee on col- i: 11 fell ILXllUUbt tOll UJJUU j UU UUMWv your part. A number of the Hepub- licans of Millersburg agreed to guarantee the advance pa3ment of eight hundred subscribers, or six teen hundred dollars payable after the first issue of the paper, and, in order to help us out, we hope vou will all attend to the payment ofj your subscription at Once. J'ay- ment can lie made to the liersons who solicited subscription in the several townships. - . We would say to those authorized to take subscription, see that your list is increased, we must have more G. W. EVERETT, GEO. ADAMS, A. B. RUDY. Thanks. 'c are under obligations to Hon Martin ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 25 August 1870

THE PUZZLED CENSUS-TAKER. BY JOHN G. SAXE. "Got any boys?" lhe"Man.bl tai'tl To a lady from over, the Shine; And the Udyahobk heiHaxen head And civlllr anrweted iXlntr' "Got any girlsVyhe'Hjnhal aid To the lady from orerthe Rhine;. And again the lady tUook" her head. And ciTflly answered - "But some are deadt" the Manual said To the lady fromover the lihiue; '-i And again thelady shook her head," And civilly answered "-Vik" . . . r- "Husband, of conrser'Vtbe Marshal said To the lady from oyer the Ilhine; And again she shook her flaxen head. And civilly answered Site!" "The d 1 you hare! the Marshal said To the lady fromoTerthe Ehine; And again she shook her head, " ' "And civilly answered ".7" "Xow.what dofojrjhcan "jj'thiUng tour head AndaiwaySianweringA"Mr''a'' "lektaxtuchtSiiglMr' civilly snid The lady from over the Rhine. Xtin, pronounced in the German, Specific Education for Farmers. AVe take the following sensible remarks from the proceedings at a recent! meetirig 'of tlie 7Ni...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 1 September 1870

County Officials. Common PUat Judge, - 'VTlLLIA.X BzxS. ProbaU Judge, - THOHJS Armor. JroecuU'ff Attorney, - C K. VOOEHES. County Clerk, - Jons S.OEB. SXerijf, .... jyES S. McCOMK. Auduor. - - - Joseph H-Newto. Treasurer, - - Jacob Chekbtholmes. " PwmuT 1 rnpr r. f'inr. ' Jtecfrdet (Jesse A.llAsau, Commit9fonertt JjiCOB FISHES, aiix'L IlArcnxAX. JOSRCA crONAGLZ. llrXET Shaftex. (I.rELLEK ALLISON, HoHxSnxKr, Louth aiatxb- JSurreyor, 'tforoner, Infirmary L Church Directory. Church Directory. U. P. CHURCH, EEV. W. 1L GIBSON, PASTOR. HOURS FOR Service at lly, o'clock. A. . Sabbath school at lOJf: o'clock, a. x. J rarer meeting Thurs uay evenings at 4 o cioca. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. R EV. A. S. MILHOLL AX D. PASTOR. MO RX Ins serrice at 11 o'clock. Sabbath school lzJio'clock. Evening service 1 o'eloct Frayer meeting ever) t eunesoay ereniii 'iji o'clock. DISCIPLE CHURCH, ELDER-. W3L SHARP,' PASTOR. 1TOUR3 for serrice 11 o'clock, A. u. SAbbath school 9 o'clock, Evening service 1) o'clock. P...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 1 September 1870

Holmes County Republican. 'Ianhacli, TThile iCuriningliarn, EDITOE3 iSD PKOfKIETORS, Millersburg, O., : Sept. 1, 1870. Republican State Ticket. Secretary of State, Ges. I. It. SHERWOOD. Supreme Judge; GEO. iV. McILVAINE. Comptroller of the Treasury, Ges. W. T. WILSOX. Member Board of Pullic Worts, P. V. HERZEXG. Congress, Uth District, JAilES MONROE. THE COMING CAMPAIGN. While the Democracy of the country are making up the next Congress to suit their purposes, cal culating in all cases' upon having majority' therein, the Republican are quietly at work preparing for the coming campaign. In the East the Representatives who by thei course in Congress liaytrin'erit'ed a renomination have in most instances received that honor, and their re turn is" thereby insured. The Chi cago Jlepublican says that the Re publican Congressional conventions held in the Western States this season have thus far' with an excep tion of two, been entirely harmoni ous. There is a general feeling in favor of un...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 1 September 1870

Holmes County Republican, XiOOAXiS. Millebsbckg, O., : Sept. 1, 1870. To Subscribers of the Holmes County Republican. The Editors of this paper have fitted un a first-class office, and we now have the pleasure of presenting to vou the second copy ol tnis paper. As'you will see, the Editors have come up to tneir part 01 tne con tract. We, the committee on col lections, call upon you now to ,fill your part A number or the Kepub- licans of Millersburg agreed to guarantee the advance payment of cisht hundred subscribers, or six teen hundred dollars payable after the first issue or tne paper, and, in order to help us out, we hope you will all attend to the payment of your subscription at once, Pay- ment can be made to the persons who solicited subscription in the several townships. "We would say to those authorized to take subscription, see that your list is increased, we must have more Republican. G. W. EVERETT, GEO. ADAMS, A. B. RUDY. Encouraging. The hearty and candid welcome and libe...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 1 September 1870

FARM-YARD SONG. BY J. T. TROWBRIDGE. Over the hill the farm-boys goes. His shadow lengthens along the land, A giant staff in a giant hand; In the poplar tree above the spring. The katydid begins to sing; The early dews are falling Into the stone-heap darts the mint:; The swallows skim the river's brink, And home to the -woodland fly the crows, "When OTer the hill the farm-boy goes Cheerily calling 'Co', boss! co'.boss! co'! co-! coT' Into the yard the farmer goes. With grateful heart at the close of day; Harness and chain are hung away; In the wagon-shed stand yoke and plow; The straw's in the stack, the hay in the mow, The cooling dews arc falling; The friendly sheep Ills welcome bleat. The pigs come grunting to his feet. The whinnying mare her master knows. When into the yard the fanner goes. His cattle calling "Co", boss! co', boss! co'! co'! co'!" While still the cow-boy, far away, Goes seeking those that have gone astray "Co', boss! co', boss! co'! co'! co'!" Xow to her task th...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 8 September 1870

County Officials. Common PZta Judoe. - WlLLIAX BEXD. TrobaU Judge, - - THOMAS ABMOK. J'roeecuting Attorney, - C F. Vookhzs. county curt, ... JOHN e.ubk. Bkerif, .... JAMES S. MCCOXB. Auditor, . ; . Josrm H.Xewtos. Treaturer, - - JACOB CBEKKTHOmrs. JUeorder, ... Geosce L. Coot. (JESSE A. UUIIE, t?mjui.M. . JJACOB PISHXK. (DlS'L BACGHXAS. Surtevor. -- Joshua iroSAOiE. Coroner. - - - IlENRT SHAFFER. fl.UEJ.LEX ALLISO.V. Infirmary Dtrectort, JJonsSHABP, (Lotus HATER. Church Directory. Church Directory. U. P. CHURCH, KEV. W. JL GIBSON", PASTOU. HOUES .Service at ll.1; o clocA. a. u. habbain scnool at 1ujj:o'ciock, A.X. A-ravcrmcctingAnurs- lay evenings at js o-ciock. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. EnV. A. S. MILHOLLAXD. PASTOR. MO Idit service at 11 o'clock. Sabbath school 12 o'clock. Evening service 1 o'clock. i rayer meeting every w eunesuay evening ift O ClOCK. DISCIPLE CHURCH, ELDEU "VV1I. SnAEP, PASTOR. IIOUES for serrice 11 o'clock, A. if. Sabbath school 9 o'clock. Evening service 1i o'cloct...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 8 September 1870

Holmes County Republican. Lanbach, White & Cunningham, Editobs axd pEOinirrOES, 2IlLLEItSBTJRG, O., : Sept. 8, 1870. Republican State Ticket. Secretary of State, Gex. I. B. SHERWOOD. Supreme Judge, GEO. W. McILVAINE. Comptroller of the Treasury, Gex. W. T. T.'ILSON. Member Hoard of Public Worts, P. V. HERZING. Contjrtsa,UtU District, JAMES MONROE. THE CAMPAIGN. Prof. Monroe will at once enter upon the campaign in Ashland, Wayne and Holmes Counties. We hope to be able to announce in our next" issue, the time when he will address the people of this county. He expects to give us at least three meetings in the County. One in Millersburg, one in the eastern and one in the western part of the County. Mr. Jlonroe is a fine speaker and will discuss the issues of the day in an able and eloquent manner. We hope every Republi can as well as Democrat will come out and hear him. GENERAL SCHENCK ACCEPTS. There are times when politicians cannot consult their own wishes solely but must yield to...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 8 September 1870

Holmes County Republican. LOCALS Millersburg, O., : Sept. 8, 1870. To the Subscribers of the Holmes County Republican. The Editors of this paper have fitted up a first-class oliice, and we now have the pleasure of presenting to you the third copy of this paper. As you will see, the Editors have come up to their part of the con tract. We, the committee on col lections, call upon you now to fill your part. A number of the Repub licans of Millersburjr agreed to guarantee the advance payment of eight hundred subscribers, or six- teen hundred dollars payable after the first issue of the paper, and, in order to help us out, we hope you will all attend to the payment of your suDscnption at once. 1'ay- ment canoe made to the persons wiiu soiicueu suuscnpuon in uie .-eiai luwuBuips. We would say to those authorized to take subscription, sec that your list is increased, we must have more subscribers. Republican. G. W. EVERETT, GEO. ADAMS, A. B. RUDY. OUR AGENTS. The following persons are auth...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 8 September 1870

THE FARM. Keeping Poultry as a Business. At .1 recent meeting of the New York Farmers' Club, in answer to an inquiry about keep ing poultry on a large scale, War ren Leland, of the Metropolitan Hotel, New York, who raises chickens at his Highland farm in Westchester county, said: I have found that for every hundred fowls you must give up at least an acre. But rough land is as good as any. Hens natur ally love the bush, and I lop young trees, but.leave a shred by which they live a year or more. These form hiding places and re treats for them. In such places they prefer to lay. I have great success, and it depends on three or four rules, by observing which I believe one can make a good living by hens and turkeys. 1. I give my fowls great range. Eighteen acres belongs to them exclusively. Then the broods have the range of another big lot, and the turkeys go half a mile or more from the house. The eight een acres of poultry-yard is rough land of little use for tillage. It has a pond in ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 15 September 1870

County Officials. Conwwn Pleat Judge, - WlLLIAX JSlEB. J'robate Judge, - - THOXAS AMOK. ITOttatUng AUorutg, - ,0.6 VOOEHES. C'otiXy Cirri,- i.' J JoHS S. ORE Auditor, - - - Josipn JI. 'ririox. Jrauurer, - JicoB chekbtholxeh. i( , (JEE A- HARKIS, Surveyor. - - - JoHCA wonagle. Coroner. - - - JUXEY Mf A.rFE. Lrru-zs ALLISOX, Infirmary Director; ilonsNlHF. Church Directory. U. P. CHURCH, ISE'KW.'StrftlBSOK-.PASTOn. HOURS FOH service at 11 u o'clock, a. m. babliatli school at 10;: o'docfc, a. it iTayer meeting raurs- lay evenings 0-eioea. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. REV. A. S. M1T.HOLI.AXP. 1'AS.TOR. JIOCX- 1ns service fit 11 o'clock. Sabbath school liS o'clock. Evening service T'j o'clock. ATayer mewns every, v eunesuay evening ai DISCIPLE CHURCH. ELDER WM. SHARP, PASTOR. HOURS rorservice 11 o'clock, A-x. Sabbath school 9 o'clock.. Evening service t o'clock. Praveriineeting Wednesday evening at o cioca.. Railway Time Tables. Railway Time Tables. Cleveland, Mt. Vernon & Delaware R. R. Rail...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 15 September 1870

Holmes County Republican. l-inliaeh, IThite & Cnnnlngliaiii, EniTOKs and rEonnrrons, MausfegusG, 0.,A : Sep?. .15, 1S70. Republican State Ticket. 'Tfrx. J. K. SHERWOOD. 'Supreme 'Judge, ' GEO. TV. irdLVAINE. Ge.v. T'aVT'ltSOX. Memhrr Hoard of rablic Works, i. V. HT2R5CING. ; (ioiysrt&s, AlU DiMritf, .TAjIES jIOXROE. Republican Meetings. The County Ceniral Committee have made the followinp; appoint ments for meetings to Se addressed bv HON. JAMES MONROE, AND Gen. A. C. VORHES, OF AKRON. 3IILLERSBURG, Tuesday, .Sep tember ,20th, at 2 o'clock P-M. NASHVILLE, Typdncs(iay . even ing, .September 21st. . , I5ERLIX, TJljiirstlacvcning, Sep: 'Tl'ic;Cmm'ittec,w-oiild respectfully nrrc even- Republican to ,le on. hand and lirins as manv of their Democratic friends with them as possible. r Vv ' COUNTY CEN. COMMITTEE. COUNTY CONVENTION. The Rcpijlilicaii yotcrs of .Holmes rmnfi- iin rnmipctofl tn meet, 111 Coijventipn, qn(i!. , Saturday, Sept. 24th, nation a Count' ticket to be sup porte...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 15 September 1870

Holmes County Republican. IiO CAIiS, .ahiXEKSBUBGO.,. : Sept. 15 1870. OUR AGENTS. The fallowing persons are authorized to act as our agents for die Ilmmcix. .Ml names banded in forsuWriptioiuor advertisements for the paper, will receive prompt attention F. 1). BELN'Al', Wooster, Ohio. J. I'. clIUXK, Vilmot, Stark Countj-, Ohio. To Bands. , We call the" attention of BamU to the large premiums ofl'ered at the Fair. Quite a number are expected to be pres ent anil compete for the premiums. Why! AVc understand that there was an effort made by certain parties to buy another lot on which to build a new Jail. Xow we would ask wliat need has the county of more lots than the eight which' she now ha3 for Jail purposes ? Why run the county in debt for what it doe? not need ? The only possible reason wo can see is, that by so doing there would be a chance for somebody to make some money off the countj'. The matter has been quietly hushed up, and we are glad to see that it has metwith joistSilem...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 15 September 1870

Farm and Household. Curing Broom Corn. i ..The. Jirst thing: necessary is plenty of shedding and scaffold ing on which to dry the brush, also a plenty of air. Build scaf folds one tier above another, say twelve inches apart. When the brush is stripped, spread on say from two to four; inches in thick ness. When partially dry you re move from half of the scaffolding and consolidate, so as to give room for other brush. Two strips say twelve to fifteen inches apart, make a good scaffold to hold up thuf ibrusli. ThVbrush; is most valuable when cut green." or as we say, "in the blue,"' before the seed is ripe, when ready to cut, break1 dawn tin tables, standing between two'rows, breaking and laying horizontally and crosswise walking backward, thus forming a table on which to place the brush when crir. Afterward pass along between the tables, cutting one row to the .hand, usmgia common shoe knife. The stem or stalk left at tached to the brush should be from four to eight inches in length. ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 22 September 1870

County Officials. Common Pleat Judge, - WlLLIlM KrrD. i-rooaujuage, - - TUOXAR AEMOK. ProeeeHtixg Attorney, - C. P. TOORBES. Jxfttnr, - - - Joml ILSWIOS. - TneJutrrr. - - JirmCHZEBTHOUfES. Recorder. - - . Gzokge L. Cool. (iteordcr. JESSE A. IlAKRIS, Jjirnit Ftrhve. fllAX'L BirGHXlji Josbti i-ro.vAGi.fc: tmrreyor, - - . Coroner, - Jajtrntary Director!, IIKVKT htUFPEE. (LUZLLZK ALLISOK, JIOHKOHAir. CLOCIS MlTEE- Church Directory. U. P. CHURCH. J5EV.-WV24.GIBM!.-,rASTOB.nOUlKrOK w atlOJiiofelocfcrilJt. lvernioctingThurs- tiaycrfBuigfc anji o clock. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. . . ,nEV.A.s.JumoLL.vsi).r.vsTOE.3ionK- . - A ior'Aervice at'U o'clock, JMhhath ftchool Mii o'clock. Evening service 1 o-'clocl rrayerraeeiingevery n eonesaar evening al lyi o'clock. DISCIPLE CHURCH. ELDER WSL SHARP, PASTOR. HOURS for service 11 o'clock, A. h. Sabbath school i o'clock. Evening service 7X o'clock. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at7 Railway Time Tables. Railway Time Tables. Cleveland. Mt. Vernon & De...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 22 September 1870

Holmes County Republican. Lanbach, White & Cunningham, EDITORS iXD lloreiiTOEs, JIilixrsbukg, O., : Sett. 1870. Republican State Ticket. Secretary of State, Gen. I. R. SHERWOOD. Supreme Judge, GEO. VT. McILVAINE. Comptroller of the Treasunj, Gex. W. T. WILSON. Member Board of Public Works, P. V. HERZDsG. Congress,lith District, JAMES MONROE. COUNTY CONVENTION. The Republican voters of Holmes County are" requested to meet in Convention, at Millersburg, on Saturday, Sept. 24th, at 1 o'clock, P. M., to ut in nomi nation a County ticket to be sup ported by the voters of Holmes County, who favor the much needed chance in the administration of County affairs. By order of COUNTY CEN. COMMITTEE. Section 19. That if at any election for representative or delegate in the Congress of the United States any per son shall knowingly personate and vote. or attempt to vote, in the name ol any other person, whether living, dead, or lictitious; or vote more than once at the same election for any ca...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 22 September 1870

Holmes County Republican. XiO OAXiS. Millersbukg, 0., : Sept. 22, 1S70. OUR AGENTS. The following persons are anthoriied to as our agents for the Eepcclicak. All names handed in for subscription, or advertisements for the paper, will receive prompt attention: F. D. BELN'AP, Wooster, Ohio. J. P. SIITJXK, VTilmot, Stark County, Ohio. Business Men Get your bills and circulars printed time for the Fair and show. Geological Specimens. Judge Saunders has, in his Drug Store a specimen of petrified limb together with the bark, which is quite natural He also has a specimen of petrified clover which shows the leaf plainly. It is ev idently a part of a heap of clover. The limb was taken out CO feet from the sur face of the "round. Farmers Repairing. A great many of our farmers are now makinir improvements. Xcw houses are going up and old ones are being re paired. Fences are being rebuilt and repairs of all kinds are noticed. This we are glad to sec. It shows thrift and energy. . A Good Shot. 3...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 22 September 1870

MORNING-GLORIES. "Gaily tb fragile, aerial, blossom . i Open, in rose and in purple arrayed. Bright -Kith the hues of the eloudi of the morning, Transient as lovely, unfolding to fade: soonest they wilt where the sunbeams are falling; longest they linger within the deep shade. ao withoor spirits; the hopes that are purest, Hopes "with a brightness that is not of earth, Which from our noblest and best aspirations bPnng in their heavenly beauty to birth. Oft cheer us roost in the darkness of sorrow. Often fade first in the sunlight of mirth. Harper ' JlagcitiM. Farm and Household. Management of Orchards. I do not believe in continually plowing it; as. trees so treated soon die. There are millions ol small roots that run close to th urface 2nd carry sustenance to mc ucc irum uie west 01 me son. Cut these often, with the nlow. and,you blige the tree to draw- sustenance through the lower roots from the barren subsoi Neither should orchards go t grass and have it mowed off every year ocfe...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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