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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 23 March 1871

County Officials. Common Pleat Jiu'ge, - Williax Heed. I'rohate Judge, - - TnouAS ARMOR. rrOMCuting Attorney, - C K. VooRltES. County CUrt, - JOHN S. ORB. &nrif, .... Jjijiis S. MCCOMB. -4uiJiror, ... JosErii H.Newios. Treaturer, - - Jacob Cherktholsies. Recorder. - - - V. C. MCUOWELt. , ab' wo-sbiax. CoaimfOTioiwrt, - WACOB I ISHEK, UlAK'L ItACCUMAN. Surveyor, -Coroner, Infirmary Jiredort, JOSHUA SrONAULE. IlESRTSHAFrER. (Luzllem Allison, J.Ionx SHARP, (Washington Cotes. Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH. G. A. UUGHES, PASTOn,"EEnVICE EVEUY aauDain at ' oxioce, a. ai., una o-.cioc, i . ji. i-rayer fleeting Aiiureuay ticuius. ST. JOHN'S CONGREGATION. nmM AX SERVICE BY EEV. J. SPOEItM. every Sabbath morninz, at 11 o'clock, fcab- Daiu scnooi at io o ciock. EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. SKRV1CES EVERY OTHER SABBATH AF- ternoon, by liev. Isaac Liuier. U. P. CHURCH. REV. W. 31. GIESOX. I-ASTOU. HOURS FOR service at lljf o'clock, a. k. sabbath school nt io; o cioc. A. iiairrrawiiug 411,11. lay...

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. — 23 March 1871

Holmes Comity Republican. 1". V. IUUSB. H. 0. TSITE, t. b. atxmsix. ' IDIT0E3 AND rKOrKIETOKS. JIlLLEESBUEGjO., : Maecii 23, 1871. PRIMARY ELECTIONS. The Republicans u tlie different townships are requested to meet at their several places of holding elec tions on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29th. and there place in nomination offi cers to be elected on the first Jlonday in April for their respective town ships. Order REP. CEN. COM. PRIMARY ELECTION. Wc urge upon the Republicans of the different townships, to see that there is a ticket put in nomina tion for Trustee, at least, in every township in the county, so that we may be entitled to a member on the Hoard next Fall election. AT HOME. The Emperor William has ar rived at ;lierlin, and was received with great demonstrations of honor. In the evening the city was brilliant ly illuminated, the Emperor and family riding through the principal streets to witness its appearance. This grand ovation shows that the old Empero r has a strong hold on the...

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. — 23 March 1871

Holmes County Republican, ZiOCAZiS, 3IiLLnr.SBi!i:G, O, : Maucii 23, 1871. The Post Office. There has been some excitement du ring' the past week concerning a change in the Post Office in this place. About two years ago the active Kcpublicans of tlie place, agreed among themselves, is we understand it, that any one, who would start a Republican paper in Jlill crsburg, should have the Post Office to help sustain it. About the lstof March, it was intimated to ns that other parties would like to have the office. This be ing the case, our friends urged us to put in our claim, which we did, by asking that the office be given to N". VT. Ian bach in the interest of the Repcbucax Office. From the general dissatisfaction which exists among the business men of j the town and community, as to the manner in which the office has been conducted, we naturally concluded that a change was desirable. The question now lies with the people to say, whether one man shall reap, for his own person al advan...

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

Fireside Department. HELPFUL PEOPLE. If we are on the lookout for them, we shall never fail for op portunities of being helpful in this world. I saw a case in point a whileago. The wind was high, and as a ladj' came down the street, it caught her veil, and whirled it far up, leaving it flying like a pen non from a limb of a tree. She was in despair of getting it, and was about walking on, when a gentleman driving by stopped, fastened his horse, climbed the tree, and after several unsuccess ful efforts managed to reach the veil, and restore it to its own er. That was a helpful act. In a crowded city car the other day, a bright faced young girl rose and pressed her seat upon an aged man. Her sweet "sit here, father," to the stranger whose silver hair and trembling form gave him a title to the honored name, made her beautiful presence brighter still. Her helpful spirit shone through and clorified her face. "What would Mrs. Wells do without Emilyr' said one lady to another; and then she...

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. — 30 March 1871

County Officials. Common Plea Jodie. - WlLLIAU Kim. Probate-Judge. - - TnoxAB Abxok. Prosecuting Attorney, - C. K. V00KIIE8. Countii Clerk, - JOHN S. OKB. ZJurtf, .... James Sj. Jlctoim. jtHditor. - - - JosrrB n.rtrTOS Treaeurer, - jAcOBCHEBBruomr. jj'x wokx ax. Coinmiulonert, Surveyor, - - -Coroner, j Infirmary director. J.JlCOE FISHER. (DlK'l UlCGHBAX JOSHUA ferOSAGLE. uekbt buirni. LCrLLEX ALLISON, JJnirv sit (WxsHiKOTOsCoirrx. Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH. G. A. HUGHES, TASTOR, SEltVICE EVERY satjDam at wi otioc, -a. ai una oxiock ST. JOHN'S CONGREGATION. GERMAN SERVICE HI' REV. J. SPOERRI, ererr Sabbath morning, at 11 o'clock. Sab bath School at 10 o'clock. EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. SERVICES EVERY OTHER SABBATH AF- ternoon, by Her. Isaac Culler. EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. U. P. CHURCH. - REV. W..M.-GH1S0X, PASTOR. UOLTRS FOR a -service at ius o ciocK.ji.ji.-&aouaw scnooi 'lit 1: o'clock, a. II. 11aer mtrtiuffTbur. uaj evenings at o ciocc PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. REV. A. 8. MILIIOL...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 30 March 1871

..Holmes County Republican. S. 7. UZS1ZZ, S. i. VZXt, ZSITOSB AKD PROPRIETORS. ilnxERSBCBo, O., : 31akot SO, 1S71. SPRING ELECTION. Let every. Republican in the coun ty be at the polls on Monday nest MOVING ALONG. Ehode Island is moving to leave .the old rat in -which she has been wallowing bo long. .At her next general election several very impor tant constitutional amendments are to be voted upon.which contemplate the repeal of the law that makes the right to vote hinge upon a prop erty qualification. RAILROAD. The Cincinnati Gazelle says' the election of Mr. King, of the Balti more and Ohio, and Mr. Torrence, representing the New York Central interests, as Directors of the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, indicates 'a. close alliance between those two lines and the Ohio',a'nd Mississippi ,in, 'ifte transaction, of business, as .against the JErie and Pennsylvania Central. RAILROAD. MARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE. The event, of the season in Wash ington-fashionable society, during last wcekfw...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 30 March 1871

Holmes County Republican. XiOCAZiS.R MlLLEItSBUEO, O, : ilAKCH 30, 1871i S. Marx & Bro. These gentlemen are now in the citr buying clothing to fill up their alreadj large stock. Should you want any thing in the line of clothing, go to them for it. They endeavor to suit everybody. Equalization. The State Board of' Equalization. which finished its work some time since, j-educcd the valuation ofland in Holnje? county fire per cent. Average valuefrr acre U $1933. Tlie aggregate Talueof all property in the county is $3,339,6-27. Window Shades. Simons Is manufacturing' slat win dow blinds of the very best quality, and which are considered cheaper than pa per or oil cloth. They are made to or der, any .size desired. Specimens can be seen at hi? barber "shop, opposite the Court House. Another One Gone. TIE. Koch; jr. left 3Iillersbiirg Tues day morning for Xew York for the pur pose of laying in' -a new stock for his spring trade. He intends buying heav ily and at such prices that he may...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 30 March 1871

Fireside Department. An Affecting Scene. A sad scene occurred at Cal vary Cemetery recently, the oc casion being the burial of the father and mother of four little children residing in Henry street in New York. The weather was so inclement that the friends who accompanied the remains decided to let the children remain in the carriages, but their earnest plead ings, with tearful eyes, to see "their mother's grave could not! :be resisted, and their wish was" -granted. Both collins were car ried to the grave, and the young est little girl, who seemecLuncon .scious of what was transpiring,: caressed the coffin of the "mother with childish simplcity, uttering 31a," "Nice mama," "Will mama -come home,1' &c- The older sis ter took the prattler by the hand, and broughther to the other side .of the grave. As the grave-digger lowered the mother's coffin to' its final xesting-placej and threw the first shovel of clay, the children simultaneously let one piercing cry, which echoed over .the...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 6 April 1871

County Officials. PIJrfgt, - WlLLIA EtI. fnthaUjmdtt. - - THOMAS AlMOl Pn-cfUug Att.Hrmff. - (.'. r. VOOUK t,Cltrt. ... Jobs S.O. k.rif. ... - - JtntM h.McCoB. .!.. - - - Josir H. NUTUN. Irttlrtr, - J ACOB 1 ISW bwii AVcontar, W. C. McOowei.1. j AB H V,OBBA. ?.Iaco FlSHEB, tllAK'b BaCSHMAJ!. JOir SFOSAfcUfc HKMST fcHiflfl" .T.UKI 1 EJ4 ALUIUS, J-loukSmar. WAUIUTlxlE HitrvtfT, - - -c'oroer, - ' - wry Pit Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH. . .cwaD CVDVirF! FVFTIT Sabbath at Ml o'clock, A. iL, awl o'clock, r. j. r rarer nmiuc niu; ST. JOHN'S CONGREGATION. every sabbath both in r, at 11 o'clock. iao- nata acaoot as tw mw. EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. SERVICES EVEBT OTHER SABBATH AF- ternoon, by Jsev. imk turner. U. P. CHURCH, BEV. W. 1L GIBSON', PASTOR. HOURS FOR Service at Us 'dock, a. Sibhxtfi school At JU, t O CIO ., A. M. rni:r lucmug . uui- day evening? atl4 o'clock. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 1EV. A. fi. MILHOIX AXD, PASTOR. MORS imx service at 11 o'clock. SabbAta school law o'clock. Evening se...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 6 April 1871

Holmes County Republican. V. V. . 3. TETX, I. 1. CTWBTC&UL KDITOB8 XSD rBOmiETOKg. MlLLSSBCRO, O., : April G, XS71. "THE MILLERSBURG POST OFFICE." r- Under the above head a certain in dividual wrote qnite a long article, published in last week's Farmer. A man's style and manner of writing cannot be so changed but that it can easily be detected, bcnce, there has been little difficulty in pointing out the person, who, under the assumed name of "A Republican" endeavors to injure us by misrepresentations, for self interest and gratification. We do not intend to stoop so low as to bring on any personal or news paper controversy, as we deem it in bad taste and of no interest to our readers. We desire simply to say that the writer is not a Republican, no difference what he may call him self and brand as falsehoods among other things the following: We1 never said to Mr. Leopold that we would not desire the Post office. It is false that our petitions are signed by minors or by persons be...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 6 April 1871

Holmes County Republican. IiOOAIjS. .MlLLEItSBURG, O, 1 APRIL 6, 1871. New Advertisements. J. Mulrane Drr Goods, Nations, etc. SI. Bird A Co Clothing Hats. Caps, Ac. J. E. Koch Dry Goods, Xotions. Ac Xillenburg Machine bop. A. B. Fret Watches. docks Jewelry. Sabbath School. The Evangelical Lutherans willlisve a reopening of their Sabbath School on next Similar at nine o'clock fn the inorninr. All are invited to attend. That Watch and Chain. "What a lieautiful gold chain, and what a splendid gold watch you have at tached to h! Where did yon get it? Did your father bring it from Xew York for you ? Oh ! I wish I knew where to get one like iC "Just stop a moment, Mary, and I will tell you where yon can get the mate to it, without tending to Xew York for it." "Ob, where? Do toll." "Why, just where I always buy my jewelry. At A. B. Freys Jewelry store.- So away Mary goes, and soon the mate to the beauty she had so fallen in lore with, was in its wanted place. Lecture by Miss Alexander. Ac...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 6 April 1871

Fireside Department. Youth and Age. Indeed, it is woful when the young usurp the place, or despise toe wis dom, of the aged; and among the many dark signs of these times, the disobedience and insolence of youth are among the darkest. But with whom is the fault? Youth never yet lost its modesty where age had not lost its honor; nor did child hood ever refuse its reverence, ex cept where age had forgotton cor rection. The cry, "Go up, thou bald head," will never be heard in the bad which remembered the pre cept, "See that ye despise not one of these little ones;" and although indeed, youth may become despis able when its eager hope is changed into presumption,and its progressive power into arrested pride, there is something more despisable still in the old age which has learned neither judgment nor gentleness, which is weak without charity, and cold with out discretion. Buskin. Wasted Hours. One hour a day is three hundred and sixty-five hours a year, which, reckoning ten hours as a d...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 6 April 1871

Republican Supplement. . MILLERSBTJRG-, O., APRIL 4, 187L W Please read the following In connection with notices In the Holmes Co. Republican, of which this sheet is paru MEDICAL AND SURGICAL CIRCULAR BY L. BARBOUR, M. D., Late Surgeon to the Pittsburgh Eye and Ear Infirmary. Daring tbe four years that Iwas the Surgeon to the Pittsburgh Eye and Ear Infirmary, I made occasional visits to Wheeling and points in Eastern Ohio, for the accommodation of those who wished operations or treat merit at their own homes. After taking charge.of Dr. Walters' Surgical Institute, in 1869. 1 could not for over one year leave the city, but was often urgently requested to do so. Since the return or' Dr. W. from Europe, I am again enabled to visit tbese places and will spend the present year in Eastern Ohio. I have for many years been exclusively engaged in treating Chronic or long standing diseases, diseases of tne Jive and &ar, and operating tor (Jataract, Uross Jbyes, Uiub feet, lumors, and all ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 13 April 1871

County Officials, Whaiax Re. TBOUAS iKHOfc u V. oonnis. J'rfxxcutiug JL f iWwy, t'ottHtitUrt9 jonvKoac JaHEHS.MCOJXK. -imlMr, - - - Jn.'Kru 11. - i' JtMMIfr, - - JACUBlilKfcKVHIilJIIS. -XrtOHlir. - - - W.t- MC.IW.J.1J- (IIAN'I. IJiCOIUfS. JosIICA "rOVAULE. IltXUY fHH. (I.t'ELLEX ALI.IMIS, Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH. G. A. IIUCIIKS, . i I rraj-erMetinjf Thorni s!B ,-Tliorr4a Jino;. t ST. JOHN'S CONGREGATION. GF.UMAX MIKYICKJJY REV. J. sPOERRI, every sabbath morninr, at II o'clock, salt bath School at W o'clock. EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. services, ternonn, by Rev. Isaac Culler. U. P. CHURCH. KKV. W. II. CIBSO.V, PAsTOE. HOURS i OR service at 11 J; o'clock, a. jc. sabbuli whool t IU4 : O CIOCK, A. 31. ATAi cr lUceilHg ium- lay eieniugs at', o'clock. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ItEV. A. 3. 1III.IIOLI.AXD. PASTOR. MORX ln ice at 11 o'clock, sabbath school li; o'clock. Eicuii,; en ire Ji o'clock. Prayer mcetinsetery Wcdne-day evening at o'clock. DISCIPLE CHURCH. ELDER WM. SHARP, l'AT01L HOURS ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 13 April 1871

Holmes County Republican. sr. tt. uzuzz, 2. 5. cditoes and rnoratTor.. 3Iilleesbuhg, O., : Ai-iaL 13, 1S71. RHODE ISLAND. 'Little Rhotly" turned up right, as usual, in the election on the 4th inst The vote was about 2,500 less than last year, and the Republican' majority '."iff Tess,but Governor l'adlefprd.'and the Republicanlticket generally, were elected by aliout 'i, 400 majority. The Lieutenant Gov ernorship remains for the Legisla ture, heavily Republican, to settle, j tliere being three candidates in the field and no choice made by the peo ple. The s.plit was on the question of abolishing trap lishing in the bay, and the "hook-and-liners" who bolted from the "Republicans, took nearly a fourth of the Republican strength to the snpport of their candidate, thus preventing an election. PAINT TOWNSHIP. The following persons were elected to oflicc in Paint Township: Justice of the Peace Uriah Xow eoiner and Fred Cleophas; Trus tees II. Lowe, " William Schmidt and Adam Schlott; Treas...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 13 April 1871

Holmes County Republican. XiO CALS. 3Iilleiuuci!G, 0, : Aran. 13, 1S7I New Advertisements. llrijrht Side Chicago. TVillanl Slocum Notice It. II. AiUtns Woolen Parlor;. L. JIver Orr Ooo.b, Notions, Ac. Geo. f . Kowell li Cu. Jii-cellanrou,. Tliornton Boling Apart for Thresher. li "csclpc)i lry Good., Notions. Ac. Woolen Factory. We Invite attention to the advertise ment of II. II. Adam?" Woolen Factory iuanotlit-r column. This establishment f- now in a first-class condition, and should le lil.crally supported. Encouraging. A subscriber write h- as follow: 'As we are now living on our farm in Wayne county, you will please forward tlie Rwcblicax to this ofliec. Your pa iur is the best county paer I ever read, and wo can't well pet alonjr witliout it in our family. Personal. Ecv. J. J5. SrcCInre, corre-tioiHlinV editor of the Interior of Chicago, called on us a few days ago. Mr. McClure pays the circulation of the Interior is increas ing at the rate of one hundred a week. This we are gl...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 13 April 1871

Fireside Department. Your Mission. The sculptor moulds a form, and transfers it to marble through the long months, to leave one thought to men. The painter stands before his canvas for years, to give posterity a vision of his soul. The mechanic carves with care and patience the brace of doves that shall ornament a sideboard in a house of wealth. The poet reviews his lines, and the orator measures his sentences, and the editor works all the day, and half the night, to give a few pages to permanent literature. The farmer is not negligent at any time of the year that may bring to him ono harvest. Yonder, in a little room, a Sunday 'school teacher is before her class. She is seeking to transfer the image of Christ to the hearts of those be fore her. She is putting the beau ties of heaven . upon soul-canvas. The ornaments of the -church above are being shaped there. The vol umes of truths which saints and angels shall study are being pre pared in those lives. The young spirit is thejield...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 20 April 1871

County Officials. Common Pleat Jtrlge, - WILLIAM Utzv. Probate. Jude. - - Tnom .Assoc ProKaiUng Attorney, - C I'. Vooanr-s. Count v Clerk, - - - TjoHS fe. OEK. kKirit, - - - - JAI8 S. McCOME. Auditor, - - - Josemi II-Mtiox- . TWoUirfr, - - JiCOeClllESTUOLJIES. Recorder, - - - W. li-MCDowELL. ( JAB'X WORKMAN. Committtonm, - Wacob nsllEB, Surveyor, -Coroner, Injtmary Jeireetorw, JOSHUA SrONAGLE. IIENBT CUAFFER. LcELirs Allison, (Wassix otox Cot.n. Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH C. A. nrdlES, PASTOR, SEEVICK EVERY" SaoDatn aiJUU oxioca, A. i auu y ciuck. lVM. Prayer Meeting Thursday evenin; ST. JOHN'S CONGREGATION. filMIAS SEBVICEBY EEV. J. SPOECEI. every Sabbath morning; at 11 o'clock. ;ab- EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. SERVICES' EVZET OTHER SABBATH AF- ternoon, by Ilev. Isaac Culler. U. P. CHURCH. BEV. W. M. GIBSOS, PASTOR. HOCUS FOB Service at UK o'clock, A.H. Sabbath school 10;: o'clock, a, X. Prayer mectingThars yerenlnrs nt'Ji o'clock. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. R EV. A. S.'MIEHOEL,ASD. past...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 20 April 1871

" Holmes County Republican. rDITOS9 ASD rEOFKIETOr.5. illliEESEURG, O., : Al'EIL 20, 1871. THE THIRD DISTRICT. The contest in the third election district in Ohio has not been closed by expiration of time appointed for the consideration of the case. Ad ditional evidence has been received of frauds,,, and the IIouso, will be asked to grant further time to enable the contestants to take testimony. jir. Campbell s election is very far from being conceded.andthefriends of General Schenck arc satisfied -i 1 .1 A 1 . l uiai, il auuuiouai umu is given xo take the testimony desired, Camp bell will be unseated, and the elec tion sent back to the people. WHY IS IT? The Democratic press was loud in praising Sumner for making the speech he did several weeks ago at tacking the President and Admin istration and took great pains to lay hisspeech before their readers. AVhy are they not equally as prompt in placing before their readers the message of President Grant, which accompanied the report of t...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 20 April 1871

Holmes County Republican. IiOCAliS.- 5liLixuincnG, O, : Amul 20, 1S71 New Advertisements. Teachers Xoticc Jacob Ebernart Ajent for Organ.. II. S.Weston Groceries ,'r0""?.Di; ,, A -lav Coot Co. Northern IMclfle 1-1.. Bond: Lost. fine, liwi Handkerchief, also a com mn,t m The, finder will be suitablv rewarded by leavirl; the same at this office. S. H. Cherryholmes & Co. Th or ntlem-m are now oflerin'T to tlie public one of the finest lots of Boots & Shoes ever brought' to MUlersburg. Styles of every variety, and at prices to suit every one. Call in and look over their stock. Bird Houses. The farmer or gardner who neglects to put up boxes on the trees In front of his premises for the use of the sparrows, stands in hi? own light Birds are very useful, in fact indispensible to the farm' -cr and gardner, besides lielng most pleasing and attractive. Just Returned. Jlrs. Battin has just returned from the city, where she purchased a large and well selected etock of millinery and fanc...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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