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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 16 February 1871

County Officials. 0 ' Common PIcj J ttdgt, " Probate Judge, J'roctiiy; Attortty, County VUH - TnOMAS AEMOt- JpENiSvOKB. Auditor, Treasurer, - Beccrdtrt ConCmluloiuri, Surveyor, -Cvroutr, - Joizm II. Newton. Jacob cnEBETHOLMEf. -- Y. C- JlCliOWJilX. (XUS'L IlACGHXAX. JOSJ1CA JsfOSAGLE. - .'HENKTHAfrtE. TrtH-LEX ALLISOX, Infirmary iKircton, wous frHAKr, " (VAsniT0NCg7E. County Officials. Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH, ;. a. iiugiiiss, rAbXtwi; skijvice E Eni . sabbath at HIK ri:k, A. iL, ana 1 o'clock, P.M. lrayet:Bming Thursday evening. ST. JOHN'S CONGREGATION. nrnv.tv J. prerr Sabbath mornbig.ntia "o'clock. Sab bat U school at 3 o'clock EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. seevices EnntT otiieh'sbiiaxu af- U. P. CHURCH, BEVi W. It. GIB&ON, PASIOK. HOUlfs FOB service as 11 Ji o'clock. A. Sabbath school at 10: o'clock, a-jc. PravermeetingThurs day evenings iiJJiVrtock. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. KEV.A.&iliatOLL.U.,rASTOli-6lOUK-ing service-jit lli o'clock, -feabbath school ltii o'clock. Evening...

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. — 16 February 1871

Holmes County Republican. W. LAURACH. H. G. WHITE. T. B. CUNNINGHAM. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. MILLERSBURG, O., : FEB. 16, 1871. GREAT BRITAIN AND UNITED STATES The Commission ou the part ol Great Britain to settle the matters of difference between the Dnited States and that country, consists of Earl Grey, Mr. Thornton, Sir John ilacdonald and Sir John Bose. The Commission on the part of the Uni tei,States, as sent to the Senate for confirmation, is 3Iinistcr" Schenck, Judge Nelson, Judge Hoar, Senator Williams' and Secretary Fish. COLFAX ON FINANCE. Vice-President Colfax's views on the financial condition of the coun try are thus briefly stated: He recom mends that the Secretary of the Treasury be authorized to redeem in gold, after March 1, forty millions of the five-twenties, and that the na tional banks be required to retain in reserve fuud their gold interest on Government bonds deposited at Washington, as security for circu lation, thus releasing a correspond ing amount of gree...

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. — 16 February 1871

Holmes County Republican. LOCALS. MILLERSBURG, O, : : FEB 16, 1871. S. M. PETTINGILL & CO., I'arL Kow. New Torfc, AND GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., 10 Fark l'otr, Xe- York, Are tin- sole Agents for ibeKErl BLicix in that citr, and are authorized to contract for insert in? advertisements for u at our lowest cash rules. Advertisers in that city are requested to leave their fator with either of the above houses. New Advertisements. .lav Cooke 4 r Financial. Oeb. r. Cowell Miscellaneouijilverti-emenl-. Lharles Crair Executor's sall? Republican Supplement. Tlie Rkpcblicax Supplement which accompanies this paper, and which was circulated earlv Tnesilav tnornlnjr among our citizens, ru the first uew ever published In Holmes county, printed bv Steam Power. Notice. Tliere will be a re-opening service in the Evangelical Lutheran church of this place, on Sabbath next, (10th inst.) at 2 o'clock p. if. -Mo, services every evening during the week, God willing. Sold Again. A fanner in Paint townsh...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 16 February 1871

Fireside Department. The Power of the Inner Life. On a winter s day I have noticed a row of cottajres, with a deep load of snow on their several roofs; but as the day wore on, lanre frajmients began tojtumble from the eaves of this onnml.that other, tin, oy-ana bye, there-was a simultaneous ava lanche, and the -whole heap slid over in jiortderi ruin on the lavement, and before the sun went down you saw each roof as clear and dry as on a summer's eve. But here and there von will observe one with its snow- mantlunbrpkcn.'ancLarnffof stiff icicleEarounU it. What made the differSbe? The difference was to be fonUa within. Some of these huts wcreempty, or the lonely inhabi tant icowered over a scanty lire; whilsOhe peopled hearth and the higlfbiazing fagots of the rest creat ed sttcC an inward -warmth' that grim'-wiuter melted and relaxed his griperand thij loosened mass folded offand-Inmbled over on the trampled stree5TIt is possible by some out side orocess to push the main vol- umnGsn ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 23 February 1871

County Officials. Common Pln Jti?e, - Willi is Etzn. rnbattJutivt, - - Thomas aemoe. yVMrrrfny J.xtnty', - CSX K Yooejies. (.eJXvlUut;. - . k . . Jons b.OBR. iWiy, - - - . Jakis a. McCoxe. -ttz.'0r, ... Jo3ZPii.II. Newton. Jrtywrrr- - - Jacob cnEBRYnoLXL. ltmtnltr, - -- W. C-JUeDtfwiLL. 'I -AB'M UOKKlLAS. (DaVL ltlCGHMlX ,ttrrl'9r, .r - - JO'lITA hri'N AG LE. Owow. -1 - MESBTMlArME. (IA'LL.V ALLLSOX, I.ltraitirM Tiirrrtnr. I f OUN bHAEP. . " .(IVmuucotoxCOites, .3ji Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH, n. a. hl-ghes, r.vsTon, sebvick eveuy .-nbbath at ltfji o'clock. A. L. and " o'clock, j'.i. i raver jiceiing AuuraiaycTcnin; ST. JOHN'S CONGREGATION. GERilAX SEBTICtirr EKV J. SPOEKRL, e er jfabbatta mo rain-, at 10. o'clock. sab bath ScLool at o'clock.- EVANG, LUTHERAN CHURCH. SERVICES .EVEEY-OTnER SABBATH AF- ternoon, oyster, lsaac.duuei. U. P. CHURCH, nvKf.yx. gieson'. pastoe.holtes foi: Service at 11,' o'clock, a. x. Sabbath school at 0(: o'clock, x. a. Prayer meeting Tburs day evening...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 23 February 1871

.Holmes. CoimtyJlepiiblican. K. T. I1JJAI2, H. s. wsnz, ediioes iso rnorsixTOBS. iliLtERSBUEG, O., : : Feb. 23, 1871, FROM EUROPE. , Thursday of this week, the 23rd Just, is the day set for the resump tion of hostilities in France, unless a peace has been arranged by that time, -The Germain hare lost no time during the armistice, and at the'annonncement that "time's up," "they ill be read- immediately as sume the offensive. With the knowl edge of this fact 31. Thiers and his coadjutors are hurrying matters so as to come to a definite undcrstand without delay. Wc hope for the sake of humanity that peace may be permanently established, TENNESSEE SAFE. The announcement of the safe ar rival of the Tennessee at San Do mingo, will bring a feeling of relief to the hearts of all our citizens. It appears that it first -isited Samana Bay, and was detained there some six daj-s, and. this will account for the long' silence that bar filled the hearts of the people with fear and anxiety. 2fow tha...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 23 February 1871

Holmes County Republican. IiO OAXjS. JliLLEcsnuKG, O, : : Feb. 23, 1871. S. 31. Pettixgill fc Co., 3T l'ark Eoir, Xcw York, AND Geo. P. Howell & Co., 40 Park Kov,"ew York. Are the sole A (rents fortbcHr.rrBiic.ix iu that citv, and are authorize to contract for Irnvrt in adverti-einent fur u at our hnrut'cah rates. Adrertiers in that city are requested toleaie their favor with either of the above house. New Advertisements. -)av Cooke Co. Financial. Daniel Dner. Small Fruits. Ac. jgjrFnll particulars next eefc.CC?f .vTlj. Mnitut--Ncu-s Dealer, stationer, Ac. ;. Merriam. Webster's Dictionary. Wholf, Uhler& Co.--Dry Goods, Groceries &c Owing to a mistake made bv our paper llrni, our paper tlii week lia a little too mneh margin. Peesox.il. Lucas Flattery, &., of Wooster, Collector of the Fourteenth District, was in our town, and us a iit Wednesday. Thanks. Hon. Vi'. Stiliwell will please accept our thanks for documents received. Religions. I'cv. llaudal Ross i expected to...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 23 February 1871

Fireside Department. Go Hand in Hand. In a recent address, Bishop Simp son eloquently sa-s: "I shall never lorget the reelings I had once when climbing one of earth s great pyra inids in Egypt. When halfway np, my strength tailing, 1 feared X should never be able to ascend to the sum mifor get' back again; and I well remember the help given, even by Arab 'hands, to draw me on further, and the step I could not quite make myself, because too great for my , wearied frame the little help given me, sometimes more and sometimes less, enabled me to go up, step by step, step by step, until, at last, reached the summit; and breathed the pure air, and had a grand look out from that lofty eminence. And &o in lifeVjburney, we are climbing, we arc ascending. c are feeble. Every one of us, now and then, needs ajittlejielp, and if we.havc risen a step higher than some other one, let us irom that eminence, reach down for the brother's or sister's hand and help another to stand beside us; and th...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 2 March 1871

County Officials. Common rteat JnJje. - WILLI AS RtED. Probate Judge, - - THOMAS AEJIOE. I'rtHtoOttiitg Attorney, - C F. VoonnEb. C'ovnty CUrt, - JOliX luDEB. Mtrljf. - - - - JAJIES h. McCo. AuJdvr, - - - Joosru II. XEirToy. 7".vi.Yr, - - Jacob C"UEi:r.rauLi!ES. J.'eCOrder: ... "W, U jlClMlTUL, c An' Wobkjiax. Conukiioner., - 5.TACOB FISHER. UAS'L IUrOBMAX. iurrevor, ... JOSUCASrOXACXE. Coroner, - - JlrxiiY in ai rn. v . LUXM.EX ALLISOX, IntruMTv ' lirectr, 5 lonx Suaki (WAsnixoToxtoirtx Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH. r. . lirmiks. 1MSTOR. SERVICE EVERY Sabbath at Vii o'clock,-.!, JI- and T'oMoek, ST. JOHNS CONGREGATION. GERMAN S-llRVICEBT rev. j. sroERRi, every habbath' morning, at 31 o'clock. Sab bat u scacoi at iw o-ciocj- EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. SERVICES EVEEY OTHER SABBATH AF- tei-noon, bv Rev, isaap t-uuer. , U. P. CHURCH. REV. W. M. GIBSON; PASTOR. HOURS FOR service at n,s o ciocc a. x. aauoam scuooi at 10J1 : o'clock, a. il. i'ravcr mee tlugThuni uay evening at7 o'clock. PR...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 2 March 1871

HolmesConntyllepuljlicaii. - s. x. unio, 'a. s. vast, t. s. cnsnssux. xbiioes ixD rzorKicror.5. Milleesbcrg, O., : 3Iakcii 2, 1871. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. The Prcsident has signed the bill to iiroride a covernment for the District of Columbia, and transmit ted it to the State Department for "-record.' The" appointments of (Jot- -.ernor.Tnll bejmadc soon. OHIO LEGISLATURE. A bill was introduced in the Ohio House, providing that members of the Legislature shall not receive, a per diem when absent, except for sickness; also, a bill to make the 22d of February" a legal holiday. A resolution passed" the House-asking Congress to extend the provi-sions-.of the Homestead law, so that wounded soldiers may receive lands without actually settling them. NATIONAL RAILWAY COMPANY. Reports from 2few Jersey indi cate that the National Railroad Company is entering upon an ag gressive warfare against the joint companies and the Pensylvania Cen tral Railroad. Bills have been in troduced in the Legislat...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 2 March 1871

Holmes Comity Republican. IiO CATiS . JIiLLEnsBCKG, O, : 3I.vncn 2, 1S71. S.M. I'otincili. fc Co., 37 Park I!""-, Xew Ynrt, , and ' Gno. IJ. Rovcell A- Go to I'ark How, Xtif York, Are the sole Agents fortliellErrcLiCAX in that city, ami arc authorized to contract for insert ing advertisements for it at our Ioue?tcash vans;- AtltertUertin that citr are reanened to leave their favors with cithcrof thrr.b.M houses. Specimen Pages. Wcliavc jut received specimen pages of the New Sabbath School Book 'The Pearl,' by J. JI. Kieffer. This work is now in pre?s and promises to be a good collection of new musie for the Sunday School. We shall notice it more extend- odlr hereafter. , . A Good Suggestion. A cotcmporary makes a sugge-tion tliat strikes us favorably: That the soldiers of every county, irrespective of field organizations, -shonld' organize count- organization to perpetuate the fatemity of arms. The suggestion is certainly a good one. Lutheran Church. There has been a scries of meeti...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 2 March 1871

Fireside Department. Above Rubies. 1! sit - Are there not thincs more pre cious than gold and bank stocks? AVhen the Central America was r tbunderintr at sea. basrs and pnrses :offgpld 'were "strewn about the' deck Ja trnrfrilnca ns tTi merosfc rnlihish. 'iLifef'Tife!' was the praver. With tfioind of the wretched survivors, it was 'water!' 'water ' 'bread! bread! These were worth their weight in gold, if they could have been bought. And oh ! above all far above all the salvation of our soul is precious. It Is not yet lost." Is it saved ? The Sabath. Sabbath day is the beautiful river in the week of Time; The other days are troubled streams, -whose angry waters.are disturbed by the countless crafts that float upon them ; but :the pure, river Sabbath flows.on to Eternal Best, chanting the sub lime1 music of the silent, throbing spheres and timed by the pulsations of the Everlasting .Life. Beautiful river Sabbath, glide onl Hear forth on thy bosom the poor tired spirit to the rest whic...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 9 March 1871

County Officials. Conofon Pleat Jwigt, - WII.I.IA1C ErED. 'Prolate Judge. - - THOMAS AKXOB. rroetculing Allorney. - r . oobhls. County Clerk, SJiertf. - . J udttor. Treaturer. - Jons S. OEB. Jaxes i. McComb. - JOSEPH IL.M'rTON. Jacub Lnr.EKrnOLMts. Kecordtr. Comtxiitionere. - purveyor, - -Coroner, ;Jn firmam linden, IV. CMCLiOWUL. (Dak'i. Biccbhaji; J03HTA srONXGLE. IIENRT SHAFFER. (LrEI-LE.V ALLI50X JioHSsiiABr. ( .V ASHlXiTON CO TEN. Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH, G. A. HUGIIES, PAS-TOR, SEEVICE EVEP.T - P.Jfc rmjcr Meeting lnurMirevenuiy. ST. JOHN'S CONGREGATION. fiERMAX SERVICE BY HEV. J. SPOEKEL every Sabbitb morning-, it H o'clock. Ssbj- batb School at 10 o'clock. EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. SERVICES EVEKT OTHER SABBATH AF- ternoon, by Key. Isaac lamer. U. P. CHURCH, 4 REV. W.iL GIBSON, PAsTCE-HOURS FOR Serried at 11K o'clock, A. M. Sabbath school at 10K: o'clock, a. M. Praver metingThura aay evenings txin oxiocc PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. MV- A-S.5ITLHOLI.AJtD.PASTOE.MOEX tog service ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 9 March 1871

HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN. it. v. uzzizs, e.3. rarz, . editors and rEopEirrocs. JIillkesbcko, O., : "March 9, 1871. SOLDIERS' MONUMENT. The Government gave to the people of Urbana a brass cannon, captured during the ivar. Of this has been cast a fine figure of a cav alryman. The same is to be placed upon an appropriate pedestal on the -th of July next It is a work of art, adding attractiveness to the town, and showing the gratitude of the people. OUR CONGRESSMEN. On Saturday the Forty First Con gress adjourned, and the Forty Sec ond organized. Judge "Wclkcr, who has so faithfully represented the people of this district for three terms retires, and Prof. James Monroe takes his place. 'Welker goes out with, the good will of his constitu ents', knowing that his cflorts to faithfully represent his people have been appreciated by them. Monroe, enters upon his work with the good wishes and confidence of all. He is an upright, straightforward man, and will, we have every reason to believe, ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 9 March 1871

HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN. LOCALS. 3Iilltksbcrg, O, : Maecii 9, 1871 New Advertisements. Josiah Ling Administrator. A. TVolgamot Special Notice. J. Caskcy Books, Notions, 4c. A. Shrimplin Boots. Shoes Leather. Correction. The problem which we gave in No. 27 of the Eepubijcax, by some oversight was not given complete. It should have read, "how many dollars of stock had each?" Genuine Oats. If you want a genuine article of Xbr way or Surprise Oats, go to "Waits & Sheets'. They were raised by Arm strong Wolgamont and are pure seed. See advertisement in another column. Select School. ilr. J..3L Fraze will open a select school in Frederictsburg, on April 3rd, for a term of 12 weeks. Instruction will be given in all branches usually taught in EIgh Schools and Academies. We hopetho teacher may have a large at tendance. New Arrival. Albert Shrimplin has just returned from the east, where he purchased a large and well selected stock of Boots. Shoes and Gaiters of every variety. His i stoc...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 9 March 1871

Fireside Department. "If You Let Go, I Will." A clergyman with his wife and son were once journeying to a new field in the West, when by ventur ing on an unsafe bridge, all their lives were greatly imperiled. The father reached the shore, but saw with anguish that he could give no help to his loved ones, until other assistance could be secured. He went in search of it, and the mother and son clung to some pieces of timber lodged in the midst of the cold, fastflowing current, as their only hope of safety. The mother's hands were growing benumbed, and her slight frame wearied out with the effort of hold ing on. She felt that this struggle for life could go on but a little Ion gcr. Her boy was young and vig-j orous. He might hold out till help' came. With a mother's loving tender ness she spoke her words of farewell, and gave such counsel as a mother might, who was looking into etern ity. But she was not prepared for the response: "Mother," he said, "ifyou let go, 1 will." Oil, here wa...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 16 March 1871

County Officials. Coinnon Pleat Judge, - WILI.IA3C KtED. Prolate Judge, - - Thomas Aemob. Prosecuting Attorney, - C '. VOOEHES. Cottnty Clerl; - JonxKOKR. SUrlj, .... J ABES s. McCOJIE. Auditor, - - - JOSEF!! H.ZTTTOK. 7VrtBrfr, - - .JACOECHERKYI10L3IES. lleeorder, - W. C JICbowELL. r AEM WOZKVAX. J-FacobKishsk. Itv'r. IlAUfniSCAX. Surceyor, - - - JoHCA fcroxAOLE. Coroner, - llENRr tiiAfTEB. (LCELX.EX AI.EISOX, Tf1rii.arii DirertorK. J.JOHS SHlErt OVASniNGTOX COWE.V. Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH, G. A. IIUGIIr, l'ASTOU, sEUVICE EVEB V iuhbalh at 10)i o'clock, A. JE, audi o'clock, J'.JU .lrai er Sleeting TliiirHJiy evening. ST. JOHN'S CONGREGATION. GF.UMAX SEEVICEBV KEV. J. SPOEKDr, everv babbath mominr, at 11 o'clock. Sab bath'Schcol at 10 o'clock. EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. SERVICES EVERY OTHEE SABBATH AF lernoonbr Eev. Isaac Culler. EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. U. P. CHURCH, 'nnvT w. M. gibsox, rAsTon. Horns ror. service at Ui o'clock, a. 31. baftbatii school at 10';: o'clock, it. Brave...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 16 March 1871

Holmes County Republican. jr. t. lksa:s, . z. s. vzxiz, T. 3. CTSKISSEiit. editors and ccorBirross. 3IILLERSBUEG, O., : M.IKCn 16, 1871. REPUBLICAN PLATFORM, Decrease of the Public Debt dur ing the month of February, 1871, $7,377,960; decrease since March I, 1S70, $117,619,630, decrease since March 1, 1S69,$204,754,413. "LOOKED SO NICE AT THE FUNERAL." NERAL." Frank Blair said to a recent inter viewer, that he first began to soften toward the Democratic party, -when he observed "how -well it behaved after the defeat of 1864." He is is like the tender widow who mar ried the chap that killed her hus band in a duel because "he looked so nice at the funeral." CONSISTENCY. One of the readiest ways of dis covering how much truth there is in Democratic prating over love of the Constitution, is the untiring endeav or of Democracy to prevent the en actment of all laws, calculated to enforce the Constitutional Amendments. GENERAL SCHENCK. It is rumored that Hr. Schcnck will not go to England,...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 16 March 1871

Holmes County Republican. IiO CAIiS, 3Iilleksbukg, 0, : Makcii 1C, 1871. Lecture. J.M.Eobinson delivered a lecture in Town Hall Tuesday evening, on "Wo man's Rights."' The attendance wa lanre. 3Ir. ItoMnson laloreil under a very bad cold. Complimentary. Bev.J.C. Gillain in a letter to n? among other tilings says: "And while our hand is In, we will improve the oc casion to congratulate you, Messrs. Edi tors in producing, in so short a time, one of the best local papers that we have ever seen." Drs. J. B. Woods & Son. Dri J. Polk Woods having lately grad uated at the Cleveland Medical College, has commenced the practice of medicine in partnership with his father. They liave their office over II. G. Saunders & Son's "Drug Store. New Physician. Dr. S.P.AVise,as will be seen by our card list, has associated himself with Dr. Pomerene for the practice of medi cine and surgery. Dr. Wise is a gradu ate of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Xew York. We wish him snccess in his pr...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 16 March 1871

Fireside Department. The Straight Horn. Geologists tell us of an animal called the "straight horn.' It had :i lcm', straight shell, with some times as many as seventy chambers. Mchyear it built for itself. a room, and as-it outgrew the walls of this year s home, it added another cham ber to its mansion, and closing the door behind it left its dead part forever. Thus it ivent on from vear to;year, each larger and more beau tiful than before, until, the appoint ctLtime of its life being reached, it leftlts shellv home, as a lesson it may be, to us. A lesson of patience: teaching us when one plan or one effort fails to trytanothcr. A lesson of carefulness; for al though our deeds may not be hand ed down in solid rock, yet will their influence last forever. - -A-lesson of progres; teaching us fliiSEcach year's work should be Jarg iand better than the last, --ilnd this lesson: not to trust to .past good works. Not to lookback even on past misdeeds, "Forsaking the -things that are behind,...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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