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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 6 February 1862

l0tms rant fern ir i' -CiSKEY, Editor .anil Proprietor. - --- -.......' OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door Soath of Jackson. , TERMS -One Dollar and Fiftr Centura fldfancc VOL.6. " JVIILLERSBIIRG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, -FEBRUARY 6, 1862 NCV25. " DBS. BO&IIVG & BIG HAM, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS MILLERSBURG, O., tTOSSee la the room formerly oecoried bj Dr.Irrine Mirth SB.SCl. 'it . S. K. CBAWFOBD, ill. 1. P&ysjcian anI SsFgeon, Offiee on Main it, formerly otcutSl bjTSocior Ebrigbt 3TXRG-. OHIO. DB. V. TV. BUVINGEB'j sician and Surgeon, JVIlbDIiBTOWN: O. Professional calls- promptly attlended 'to, Sept. i2,asd. Seostt i sriiif J E. ATKINSON' Id Pershrg Asia, j TJIUBV, WILLING AND WAITING U pcr JtXform all operations in his line irltk neatness and u ui litest ttjie. FOfBc over .llnlvnnc's Ktrporlntn: Octobers!, JS61 clOtf J. P. ALiBAIVj DENTIST MII.I-EE.SBTril.C3-, O'. A rlificial teeth in- XX sertcdon Gold Silvi-r. Vulcanite t ? Porcelain base. Teeth Extracted, ...

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. — 6 February 1862

J. CASKEY, - - i- Editor. THURSDAY,:::;:::::::: FEB. 6, 1862. ETho Pcnracok Oimr of the 9th tays that about one dozen sUres recent! esepcd to Fort Picteni. MTThe ilanhaU (Texas) RtpvUican cf the 14th inst, learns of large mortalltj- among the Texas troops on the Potomac. j-The Fallon Bank and other buildings on the corner of Fulton and Pearl streets, New. York, irere burned on the 25th intr. Loss about half a million. Mrs. Jxss Sakds, of Backs eountj", Pa., aged 96 years, has knit thirteen pair of -woolen gloTes' for the soldiers in the Ruggold regi ment: "Congress has Toted a hundred dollars io the widow of every soldier dying in the ser-: vjce,.ffld to each one serving, two-year, but made no appropriations. tgjThe rebels upon the eastern shore of the Potomac communicate iritis those upon, the fVir giaiaahore by means of kites of oiled paperor silk, and the tails of which are made of letters and papers. ' gTMore Teasels filled -with stone hare lately been sank in one of the entranc...

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. — 6 February 1862

Matters at Washington—A New Army Stove—A Steam Feeder —A Dollar's worth of Food Made to Last a Week. We take the liberty ofmnking llie fol-i lowing extract from a prirale letter dated "Washington Janvary 26 : The first thing that lias attracted the attention of the subscriber, is an army stove that cooks for thirty-three persons. It has all the attachments Tor boiling, ba ting and frying.'and consumes only a quart of fuel in the'dperatibn of cookirg for 33 persons.. It is packed op in a case the sizaof an ordinary band-box: The next in order is sn arrangement for supplying the numerous civillians who congregate here with food. Tiiis is done by steam, the proprietor furnishing his cnefttsvlth a week's fcod for "one dollar. Thejemendous pressnie on the hotels (Williard's alone yesterday feeding over 1,030 stomachs, and the other houss equally full, and yet they come,) makes great efforts to procure food necessary.' The dollar a week feeding is done in the following manner: The party a...

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. — 6 February 1862

CURRENCY AND TAXATION. Both Houses of Congress now stand pledged, by a nearly unanimous vole, to tax the people, directly" and indirectly, to tbo amount of 150,000,000 annually. Nothing has yet been determined with re gard to the nature of the new taxes to be imposed, or with regard to the methods by which Mr. Chase proposes to refill his exhausted Treasury. Both topics, howev er, are being actively ventilated m the pa pers and in CongresSj and it is fair to pre sume 'that, when action is taken on thetu, it will be taken .nnderstandingly. Thereare certain points which are nd nuiud on all Bides. It is confessed that the Treasury is empty, and the floating debt about $80,000,000. No one doubts butthe waris costing us 500,000,000 a year. "It is also well known, at least in financial circles, that the Government can not borrow any money at present, either at homo or abroad. .Large sums, such as are required for the prosecution of great wars, can only bo borrowed through the interpositio...

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. — 13 February 1862

wpb liran 414' JM J OFFICE-Washington Street, Third Door Sosth of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance J CASIEYjEiiter asd Proprietor. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1862. NO. 26. VOL.6. Count DBS. BOMNG & BIGHAM, Physicians & surgeons, MtLLBKSBUBG, O., t73Oee In the room formerly occupied by Dr. Irrine S. K. CRAWFORD, sr. d. Pliysiclarncanfl Snrgeon, QSee on Main it, formerly occupied byTloctorEorlght 3CTLXaCBSBTXB&. OHIO. DB. C. W. BUVINGBB, Physician and Surgeon, MiDiiHrrcrvvN. -Professional calls promptly attended to. Sept. 12, llSl. I STEY. J E.ATKINSON iHtrskr2 Again, BEADV, WIMSlNO AN0 WAITING t- per form all operation! in Mi line with neatness and la tn wen eijie. Offlc oyer MnlTa.ne'"Eniporium. October 2, 1S61 niotf J. P. AJjBAiV, DENTIST OSdll.Ij'EIt.SB'O'IlO, O- A rtificial teeth in- xjl. sertedon Gold, wm 'tii Silvr. Vulcanite i Site; Porcelain base. Uleancu or nneu. Satisfaction warran ted. a. -n l i Office a few doo...

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. — 13 February 1862

THE REPUBLICAN. j. CASREYj - - - - Editor. THURSDAY,:::::::::: FEB. 13, 1802. Religions Aotlcc. There will be a meeting of some daj-s in Dihciple's Mceling Housc, by L. 11. i'oimw.coramcncingon Thurs day evening, February ,27lh. Another Victory. The Expedition np the Tennessee River has been completely successful. Elsewhere will be found the history of the bombardment and cap ture of Fort. Henry by par gunboats, and the pursuit of the' enemy by land and water. The action was a gallant affair. It occurred on Thursday' of last week, commencing a few min utes before 12 o'clock. Our boatmen did not attempt to do the business at "long taw," but steamed up within three hundred yards of the rebel battery of seventeen guns, some of which were rifled, and one of which was a ten-inch columbiad. The rebels stood well to their guns. as may be judged from the fact that one of our boats was struck thirty -one times. The ssex gunboat was disabled by a shot through her boilers,- aiid many of her cr...

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. — 13 February 1862

Ohio Physical Statistics. The Annual Report ol the Commission er of Statistics of Ohio for 1861, presents many facts and figures of general interest and importance. Under tne ueaa 01 social Statistics. Mr. Mansfield lias given the re suit of investigation on the subject of the physical men of Ohio, curious and new to most readers. ve mate some extracts from the report: Mr. Mansfield says that some rears aero aided by Professor Henry of the Smith sonian Jnstitulo, be commenced an inqui ry intoTthe physical characteristics of jbe Anglo-American. Numerous experiments throughout the United states nave been made, and recently Prof. Henry has mul tipliod them by the measurement of many thousand men in the Army of the Poto mac." "Mr. M. says be has also made a table comprehending thousands of men in all classes of life. In his report he gives the results of his investigations relating to tbo,people of Ohio and its immediate vi cinity. He remarks, however, that "there is far Jess variety in...

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. — 13 February 1862

A Move in the Right Direction— The Indiscriminate Wearing of Military Uniforms Prohibited. in Chicago. The city, of Chicago las an ordinance making tho wearing of military uniforms by persons not belonging to the army in some capacity, a pnnisbiblo offense. Whenever a man is found wearing such uniform, who has no right to do eo, he is compelled to strip off, and don some attire mora appropriate to his calling. We think our Council might pass some such an ordi once to advantage. It is generally supposed to be considerable of an honor to wear a Cptain'a or Lieutenant's uniform, when the right to wear it has been earned by service Tendered on the battle field or or otherwise the intention being to make it a distinguishing mark of honor a re ward of merit. But the military uniform is becoming altogether loo fashionable a "cloak" for crime and rascality, It was but a short time since that we bad an in stance in our own town of a bold forger swindling several of our citizens out of consid...

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. — 20 February 1862

tomtit f tftb tic J CASKEY, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third. Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty ents in Adfance VOL. 6. - MILLERSEURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1862. NO. 27. M9tm THE LAWYER'S STORY. About the commencement of the pres ent ceDturj, there stood near the centre of rather extensive hamlet, not many miles distant from a s;aport town, in the-norlh of England, a large, substantially built, but somewhat straggling building, known as Craig Farm House. The, farm consist ed of about one hundred acres of arable and meadow land; and at the lime I have indicated, belonged to a farmer by the name of Armstrong. He had purchased it about three years previously, at a sale held, in pursuance of a decree of the High Court Chancery. Farmer Armstrong was married but cbiMIess, his dame like hira ealfwas a native of Devonshire. They "bore the character of plodding, taciturn, morose mannered couple; 'seldom leaving the farm, except to ...

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. — 20 February 1862

The Republican. J. CASKEY,-Editor. Millersburg, Ohio. Millersburg, Ohio. THURSDAY,---------FEB. 20, 1862. Religions Notice There -will be a Twetintrof Bome day in Dusciple' -ilecling- .House, by L. K. Xoaios, cprnmeBcing on Thu ri- aiyevening, -rcuiunij nu. The Great Union Victory. "TVe havesmettheencmy, and they are nnrsl" Let the glad shont WjiKird !l'ong1ivctllie" Bepublic.l,"- -We bad scarcely beard of the glorious achieve menU atriioanoke Island, and on the Xorth Car- nli'nn cn.ist ; nf tliB'ejintnre.of Fort HciirY.on the Tennessee river;' of the gunboat "expedition op that liver to the very heart ofthe rebel-Confederacy and of tie joyful cprisingofloyal Union men as the loved Stars and Stripes waved in their riewywhen came the news of the bom bardment, investment and 'finally the surrender of Fort Donelson on the Cumberland, the .cap- ture of fifteen thousand rebel soldiers, pnd the rebel Generabj;JoHX3Tox,"BusnaoD and Bcckneb. The capture of Fort Dbnchton and of ncnrly nil Ih...

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. — 20 February 1862

letf on Shallowbag Bay deserted, took possession of it, and shortly after camo up with a Vodj of rebel fugitives, about two hundred, whom he took prisoners. Wise here undertook to escape in a boat, and with others had already moved off when he received three shots, one.-of them through his lungs, wounding'-hirn rnortal- "THE FORT IS OURS!" Ouf forces, ss'they-flong out the Union banner from Park-Point battery, were wel comed' bya burst of cheers from the pun boaU'and transport in the Sound. Flag Officer' Goldsborough immediately hoisted tbesignel, "The fort is ours," which called forth long-continued, cheers, and were res ponded, to by our brave men in the battery. BURNING OF THE CURLEW. Simultaneously with these scenes" of triumph, another was being enacted on ibo opposite side of the Sound, which is hero about five miles across. The rebel stennv cr Cn:lew which in the conflict the after noon previous- lrad been disabled by a shell exploding in- her bold, and which to pre vent her ...

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. — 20 February 1862

Washington Correspondence. WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb 1892. Eds, Heraid: Much has been in the papers with in the past two weeks in regard to the testimony of Fremont be fore the commilee of which Senator Wade is chairman, on the conduct of the war, bnt none of them have been able to dis cover with aU theiracnieness and persever ance in such matters, what he or his friends hare testified Jo, or what the present, pos sition of Fremont is in regard to the war. Senator Wade's Committee, in concert and co-operation with the new Secretary of War, have thoroughly examined all the evidence pro and con in the case of Gen. fremont, and L have the pleasure of an nonncing the welcome intelligence to your numerous readers tbat this villified patriot has come out of this fiery furnace without the smell of fire upon his garments. And what is more, he-is to hae a command nnnn end enter the field unon active duties. You may ask how I know this. I answer that lcannot inform you now, but you may rely impl...

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. — 27 February 1862

wimm At OFFICE Washington Street, Tird Door Sonth of Jackson. J CASpy, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance, MIIIiEBSBURG. HOLLIES COUNTY, oAlO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1862. VOL.6. NO. 28. DBS. BOIilJVG & BIGHAMj PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, MIILERSBURG, O., tjTOlEce iu the room formerly occup ied hy Dr.Irrlne March IS.SS1. S. K. CRAWFORD j M. J). Physician and Snrgeon, Office on Uatn it, formerly occupied by Doctor Elright Tvrnr.T.TrpgTtrnR, OHIO. DB. C. V. BUVKVGEB, Physician and Surgeon, MIDDLETOW. O. Professional calls promptly amended to. Sept. 13, 1SS1. DENTISTRY. J E.ATKINSON In Mcrsbarg Again, j EEADV, WTI.UKG AND WAITINR to per form &U operations in his line with neatness and in the latest style. tOfflc over 3InlTRne Emporium. October S, JS61 nlOtf J. P. A JOB A IV j DENT 1ST, MILIiBESBtTEG, O. A rtificial teeth in serted on Gold. Silvia-. Vulcanite fc JPorcelain base Teeth Extracted, Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warran- ted. Office a ...

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. — 27 February 1862

Editor. J. CASKEY, - Millerslrarg, Ohio. THURSDAY, - . . FEB. 27, 1862. JtsrTho Texnn soldiers, captured at the tatniSfef -Fort, Donelson, represent Gen. Hnston3 still holding out for tie Union. It 13 believed in Washington that some thing of importance is about to transpire on the Potomac within two weeks. A grand "forward movement" is foreshadow ed Pkemonitory Sexsation. Beauregard U reported sick at Nashville, with ty phoid fever or sore throat. It is probably the Jatter, resulting from a premonition of a hempen cravat, soon to be applied by the hands of a federal sheriff. Washington's Birth Day is the Leg islrtcee. By resolution of iho General Assembly of tho State of Ohio, tlie two Houses assembled in thero respective Halls at 10 o'clock, A. M, on Saturday, and lis tened the reading of Washington's Fare well Address. JJSTThe Columbus Journal chronicles the arrival at Camp Chase of tho "secesh" -prisoners taken by Gen. Lander at Bloom jng Gap, also thero arrived a number of pris...

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. — 27 February 1862

From the Chicago Tribune. Some Recollections of a Spy. On Mondav last Rev. Dr. Jes, a cor respondent of tbe New Yorfc Herald, vas arrested at "Washington and sent, a priso ner, to Fort McHecry upon charge of .being a snv. In the year 1850-'52, Dr. Ives was a Catholic Priest in the diocese of Milwau kee, where he ministered spiritual conso lations to a large Hock witn considerable success, as he"was in reality, a shrewd, at tractive and .talented roan. His spiritual duties ' at Milwaukee, however, required but little of his time, and the remainder was spent in tbe city, in the pursuance of ministrations .which vrero spiritual as far as the disposal of strong fluids makes up spirituality. His religious cloak fited loos ly upon his worldly shoulders and when absent from his diocese, was cast off and he was a man of the world. He usualy stopped at the Treniont House where ho was a boon companion with fast commu sion men, and hail fellows well met with ungodly brokers and irrevcrant here...

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. — 27 February 1862

The Peculiar Institution. An inlelliaent citiren of Kansas, South ern born and bred, recently rernarked'to us that soldiers jn Kentucky would bo a good school for our Ohio boys touching the pe culiar institution, and that they would not bo likely to fall in. love with it, so great would thoy find tlo contrast in the condi tion of the free and slays States. Wo al ready find the remark verified in a letter from an officer in the Sberman Brigade, published in the Mansfield Herald. It is dated "Camp at Hall's Gap, Wickliffe Co. Ky., Jan. 2Stb," and Mr. Myers, of the Herald, who is tbo writer, says. 1 tell you I do not like to discuss po litical questions since I have got into the army, but I must say that since 1 have been among the peculiar institutions of the South, where it exists in tbo mildest form since I have seen the direst effect of the cursed rebellion raised by its supporters and have witnessed its blighting effect up on the country and the people, I have not changed my opini...

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. — 6 March 1862

Holmes i ; OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jacksori. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty fents in Advance J CASKET, Editor asd Proprietor. MILLERSBUHG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1862. NO. .29, VOL. 6. DBS; BOIjIN Sc BIGIIAJi, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, MILLEBSBUBG.O., tJTOlBce in the room formerlr occupied bj Dr.Irrine -March ,sn. ,8. K. CBAWFOBD, M. 1. PJysician and Snrgeon, OSm ob Kilo it, former!- occupied by Doctor Elright JTCJTK3-, OHIO. i- DB. C. W. BUVIJVGEK, physician and Surgeon, MTDDnETO"W"N, O. Professional calls promptly attlended to. BrptU, usi. J E. ATKINSON h Bfekrg Again, BEADY, WILLING AND WAITING to per form all operations la hi line with neatnevs end U the latest tjle. rOBe OTcr Slnlrnno's Emporlnin. .October it, mi niotf JT. P. AliBAJV, - DENTIST, K O. A rlifici.il teeth in serted on Gold. Silver. Vulcanite t $ Porcelain base. Teeth Extracted, Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction -warranted. Office a few doors vrcst of Woston's Saloon. Xn28,18G0.-jl...

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. — 6 March 1862

J. CASKEY; - - - - l3djtn .Millerstfiirg, Ohio. THURSDAY, i ML . irrARCII 0, 1S62 A Provisional Government has been e tabliAed ja Tennessee. ' y-.Protnu:ted meetings are bow being beld iu -ttofMetlioclist Episcopal and Disciple tanrehes.in'Millersburg. Gio. TV. 3IbcGAK, of Esox county, lias btea made a Brigadier General. Tbere ' fight iu him. ' JgTPostal and trading facilities bave alrea dy been extended Sontii as far as our troops . bave penetrated. ikjtOTHEa Fast Dat. Jeff. Davis has appoint ed another fast day. It occurs oa Friday, Feb ruary 23th, irhcn the rebels arc desired to fast and pray. In Coshocton they get good Stone Coal for 4 els per bushel, the corporate authorities - requiring, every load to be veighed before thrown off. jy Tbey had a rat hunt in Roseoa a few days since. One party captured 2,WG, the other 4,047, the losing party treating the -winners to an oyster supper. )ur iorces took possession of Clarksville, Tennessee, on the 20th of last month. The extensive ro...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 6 March 1862

Spies in New Orleans. $bzfiicaSr'intUtjr. JfcjsobHcraswe" have In our midst nfetrWlirjare in constant comJBBBicaU'on witbbo eemj,rwbo ;Uiey Eunptyitfrtiewspapers, and post. upa bot;CTeTone or.-oar military moeraents and measnres.- p'be-Mlentipn-of Gen. Lo vol was called to'lbis Jkct, jhnd in an order issued yesterday ybe informed the public nojasses.v,puld be granted beuceforb to g$ to Jbe Baylof StlJouis. Bat Ship Is land is not thenlyplace nearpur coast where JlboNorlberner?, comtruiuicala yhh the trailers.-' fear Fort' Livingston' for instan(,atberQ"ar65eanienypho, under.tboj plea'OfJgoing loseacfqr; fish' 'or'oysters,'p'ay now.an'd tTien-a rlsltio'tEe'iblockndiDg ves- TREASON ' Testerday'morDing tsro men we're sent downjo .Fort Jackson hi irons, to bo. tried foc.spies.and1 for communicating with the enemy. One of-them gives his -name as Douglas, and the other as Brown. , They ore. fishermen, and. were, arrested threa days ago near Fort Livingston, N.-O, Irne -JJeltac. t ; . ;.Ty...

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. — 6 March 1862

Opening of Parliament. The annual Session of British Parlia ment commenced Fab. 6lh. In conse quence of Ler recent family bweamenj Parliament was not opened by Queen Vic toria in person. The Queen' speech was communicated by tho Lord, Chancellor Baron "WTestbnry. It is pacific in tone and friendly .towards the United States. The settlement of the Treat affair is kindly re ferred to, and tbero is not a word of rebel encouragement on the tubject of interreu tion. We append THE QUEEN'S SPEECH. Mr Lokbs jlsd GunxEiacs are commanded by Her Majesty to assure yon that Her Majesty is persuaded that yon vill deeply participate in the affliction by which. Her Majesty has been overwhelmed by the calamitous, untimely and irrepara ble loss of her beloved consort, who has been her .comfort and support. It has been soothing to Her Majesty, while suffji ing most acutely under the awful dispen sation of Providence, to receive from all classes of her subjects the most cordial assurances of their symp...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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