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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 2 April 1857

.C5 JwK a3 xVkl v II N I I I ti7rVx.-3 wr-irc .-.J Terms :-0ae Dollar and Fifty Cents ;in idTance. Office-Washington Slree-V Third Beer Sonth cf Jackson. MILLERSRURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1857, K0.32. IB III 1 1 M I . I 1 III III I III T I HI ' ! ' III I - 111 II 1 .IV. .: II! ! 1 ' II 13 H III IH III III III I ill Poetry. HOOPS A HUNDRED YEARS AGO. tSnreiy.'heTeVnothiniz new under the bud," as the following quotation from oae of the po- tin d? tie poet GfcAT-wfll show. ' The poem is 'SeseriptioB of the conceits and feshions of the : irmes to' 'Englatfd 'ft nnmh-ed' years ago. " It iisenftsf theBorips Vere.no more of a novelty to, those davi than in Oxta progressive age: '." 'Faroe had told that thereabouts 'there lork'd bn Awfclcedknp they 'called a poet "Wlbtrl'dihe t.aitry 4r and near,, r. ' i Beitdied the ehildrea of the peasants. - Oriai- irp the ewwa and famed the deer;.- : . Asdmek'd theaawi killed thepheannti. Jtff tMy. teard -tiqir jnt petition -X y htr 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. — 2 April 1857

jr. CASKEY, Editor. THUESDAY,:::::::::::APRIL2, 1857 jj-The St. Louis Leader says that Lola Montes is lying dangerously ill in that city. - - ' , "The waters of a mineral spring -'near Oswegohave cured two patients one afflicted with palsy d tne otner widl erJ- sipelas. v t3 The Legislature has passed a law debarring Slave catchers the use of our jails for the incarceration of their runaway chat- ; Walter Sherrod, a highly respectable cit izen of North Providence, R. I, has, dis , appeared under circumstances which lead ; to fears that he has been foully dealt with, - .. ; jE5"CoL Black, of Pa, who made a fly ing visit to 'Washington to get appointed Governor of Kansas, in place of Geary, las returned home. He thinks he was not ,1 treated kindly. , Ceimb in Memphis. The Memphis pa . pers note with alarm the increase of crime : iTiarB and cnmn tf inArn rf ba fftF njz to suggest that extra-judicial measures should ' be resorted to check it Murder follows murder in rapid succession. JJ...

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. — 2 April 1857

Foreign News. ONE WEEK LATER FROM EUROPE. HALIFAX, March 27. The Europe, mirired this morning with Liverpool date to the 14th, one week liter. The Circassian for Portland had put KevrV . ' ' Spain continues to make preparations for War against Jnexicu, sum uesira r raurur- uiu England to keep the United States neu- AiEu'ra in China were unchanged. The steamship City of Baltimore left Liverpool on the 11th for New York. The steamship Arago sailed from Southampton the same day. The Europa passed on the 15th the steamer North America from Portland for Liverpool with the loss of her foremast. The same day, off Bollyscotten saw a steamer supposed to be the Asia for Liverpool; passed on the 26th a steamer, apposed to be the City of Baltimore. The steamer Anglo Saxon arrived out on the 13th. . --. -. England is excited by electioneering movements, li is believed that Fa! mere ton will carry a small majority. ' He continnej to receive addresses of confidence. Notice has been given in the Ho...

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. — 2 April 1857

BY J. CAS KEY, .Tmm 8Tusr, Tans Dook Bovtm or Jacaaoa- MILLERSBURO, OHIO. Hail Subscribers t adroxcc P4 ttkirf the rear 4- -H After Q&year expires TOff TAW OP KEV&PATJiKBi . v- j entreas nic to the- mtr,. ar. considered "" coou. "r 'T "WE"1. - .. daMtidunce of their do- pen, the poblijlHsr iwmwnnw .... oonliooo-to nsni all "TEhaUKrioera neghfct orfrefbss take their mien from the office to which theyjre Hirecied, they Eeheld responsible till the settle tbetr-MUvauLoider tha rer dfaOTtinuea. -v . 4. If ttty aubacribers remore to another plat witlimii lafbrnSse the publisher, end their fjatwr V eobt. to the longer iretUonJ they mre hel4 Terenniiiilf - 5. the Court hare decide that refusing to take a ewipaper from the office, or mooring ana learine; it nnr called (or, if nrassaaoe evidenoa of intentional fraud, .j TtiBkS OF 4PVJBRTISIXG. : r pocxno lots, ohi; mux a eoctw.i, . frs K)urei one week - ' - - r ... jfyi Sach sjabsetraent insertion, lata tk Snejrtfae 0.25 , 0iKiaaret3m...

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. — 9 April 1857

Pi ifiliitfrtfir '4S J. Caslh Editor Proprietor. Office Washington Street,' Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms : One Dollar and Fifty. Cents in Advance. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1857. NO. 33. YO. 1. a fdJf iililT lil mm m III H II ill si ih . II III III III 111 in Poetry. Poetry. LINES. Poetry. LINES. BY LORD. BYRON. ' XHies coldness Traps this suffering clan. All! wither sfrays the immortal miedT . ' It cannot die, it cannot stray, But leaves ill darken'd buret behind Then disembodied, doth it trace By steps each pUnnet's heavenly way t . Or fill at once ths Raima of space, -A thing of ejes that all surrey T Iteraal, buBdless, tindecay'd A thought nnseea, but seeing all. All, all ia earth or skies display'd. Shall it survey; shall it recall! ' ,ach footer trace that memory holds , So darVly of departed years, taoae broad glance the soul beholds, . And all, that was, at onee appears. Before Creation peopled eartli; Its eyes shall roll through Chaos bach: ...

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. — 9 April 1857

jr. CASKET, Editor. THURSDAY,::::::::::: APRIL 9, 1857. J 1 In the District Court at New Or leans, says the Picayune, a natural son of Ma Donough, has filed an application, by proving a codicil to the famous will, by which he expects to obtain' the handsome little sum of $100,000. US': A. complimentary dinner was given to ex-Secretary Guthrie, at tie Gait House, . Louisville, Ky, last week, by citizens with out distinction of party. Judge Bullock presided, and about 300 persons sat down to the table. - gg" The. Board of Health at Washing ton have arrived at the conclusion that the sickness at the National Hotel was caused by poisonous miasm generated in the sew ers, cesspools and sinks about the establish ment. The Hotel is now closed. A few evenings since, a passenger on the Camden and Amboy Railroad, to Philadelphia, from New York, had a wal let containing $1,900, cut from Lis panta loons' pocket. The loser believes that the robbery was effected while crossing to Jer sey City from...

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. — 9 April 1857

Items of News. ' J)t: Vbgnl, another enthusiastic explorer of Africa,. is reported to have died at de piUl 'or,Wadia, but this report is doubt -ed by his- German friends. -. - Innie''ekh, s married woman with .five children, died in iroy auuucu.y vu Wednesday morning, from excesave intoxi cation. She was a woman of every in temperate habits. Mr E. D. Lyman of Lawrence, Kansas, and a member of the Oread Guards, was - burnt to death on the 11th of March, while asleep in a cabin about a mile and a half from Lawrence. Poob Little Tnreo. The infant prinre of Naples has been baptised, receiving fifty names, among which the first were, Henna to Maria Immaculata. . I All people don t believe in phrenology we know; but we never saw a person who would pick out a man with the head of a tull-dog, for a kind, genial, practical phi lanthropist. ' . The Milwaukie Sentinel says the track of the Milwaukie & Mississippi Railroad was finished within seven miles of the Mississippi,'- on Saturday ni...

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. — 9 April 1857

JB PUBLISHED ETXBT THURSDAY, BY J. OASKEY, , WAanseros Bnm, Tun Dora Sotm or itciaa, lULLERgBURG, OHIO. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Mail Sabscribers advance. . Paid within the year. After the year expires. .. ........ I-50 .... aoo c ; THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS- ' 1. Subscribers who do act (H express notice to the contrary, an considered as wishing to continue their sub scriptions. X If enhaenben order the discontinuance of their pa pen, the publisher can continue to Band them until all arrearage an mid. t Btta suWibere neglect or reran to take their papers from the otSee to which they are directed, tter an held responsible till they acute their bills, and order the papers duenntimied. . il f "J subscribers remore to another place without Inmnurur Im publisher, and their paper is sent to the fonnerj direction, they are hfW responsible, a. The ConrU hare decided IU rfn.;n. fA .v. . 7fPper from th """i or removing and leavins h un salled lor, ii prtmtode eridenos of intentional fraud. : TERMS ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 16 April 1857

15. irviiiflifirir Li I . . ' y ZJII if 4 JJJ J!y , Jj mi in in Y, Ay J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms j-One Dollar and Filly Cents in Adrance. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1857. NO. 34. VOL. 1. Poetry. "LINES ON WOMAN." The following -"lines ob Womam" are to be read alternately, the first and second lines, or first and third, aa it may suit the taste or senti ment of tie reader: . .. ,. -' The bliss of him so one can tell, ' ' Who in a woman doth confide; Who with a woman scorns to dwell. Unnumbered erfla will betide. , They fill each pleasurable day With joy and innocent delight, With cheerless gloom and misery ? Are none possessed while ia their sight. They male the dreamy path of life A pleasant jonrney strewn with flowers; A dreamy scene of peaceful strife, They quickly cbaage with matchless power. Domestic joy will fast decay,' Where female influence is not knows; Where'er woman holds her sw...

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 April 1857

The Republican. J. CASKEYy Editor. THURSDAY,::::::::: APRIL ie,186S Waktbd. We want two copies of So. 3 of the Holme Cbvxt Republican, to complete our files, for Thick we will give 10 cents eat h. jtS'Why is Governor Geary., like old carpets' al hotisleaning" time - Because he was on the fence and got well beaten out. -' J3T The latest news from CriTifornia,1ri-" .dicatea that the gold yield is uniform, but the financial troubles arc Tery great, " The Slate Treasurer has defaulted to a large amount. . t. . JE3T Immigration is setting strongly to- "ward Nebraska Territory, and the emi grants already settled return gratifying ac counts of their progress. ' ' JK3Out readers will do well do well to beware of $5 bills on the Union Bank of New London, Conn. They are well execu ted, and calculated to deceive. Virginia. The Virginia ultra press is very severe in its comments upon the pro ject now. before the Legislature of New York for the settlement cf Virginia lands by Northern Companies....

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 April 1857

Items of News. Richmond. V"-, on Thursday, resulted in tbe suocess of the -iVhiff. and American ticket- , - -irL A - . .med Jesse Fairbanks, SediClaaned the nJ manufactured . pair of boote from it, which he wore the ,i.A last Utah Agricultural Fair, t u- Younsr took the first prize of s for the best stud horse, and for the hestbulL . " There was a large seal captured in the Hudson River, near West point, a few jys isra. It measured four feet in length. It was shot by Mr. Ward, who sent the kin to Jfewburg for.exliibition. The attempt to make paper out of bass wood has not proved sufficiently successful to warrant iU manufacture. The Washington correspondent of the Exeter (X. H.) Kewt Letter says that Gen. Pierce has saved one half Jus, ..Presi dential salary, . . "jf - '. The Lodon Medical Times notices a case of poisonipz at Tullv, Ireland, from Laving eaten salt MackeiaL A father mother, and three daughters were the vic tims. The verdict of the (JoroDers jury was, "Died by the vis...

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. — 16 April 1857

'f D FUBLKHKD EVEBT THUB8DAY, c vB,Y , CA SKEY, . Wekmaanm SnarnvTmnb Dora 80cm Jacuox, j JtflLLEBSBURO, OHIO. i TERMS JDFTsUBSchlPTIOX: Hail Subscribers -t advatux. Paid within the year After the year expires .... $1.50 2.00 20 POT? LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. . 1. Suhscrihers who do not rice expiesa notice to th contrary, ate ecwiderad a irishiof to continue tkelr t'r scriptiona. ' 3. If subscribers order the alsC&ntinaaace of their pa pers, w jn.w"" wumuww m, svau uiem nnm au "'J are naia. u . ,. j. If the srtseribers n1ect or refine to tit their papers tram iiie office to which they an directed, they are held responsible till thej settle their bills, and order XDe papers oiscwnuuueu. . 4. If any subscribers remove to another plan without informing the publisher, and their paper ii sent to the former direction; ther an held resnonuhl. , .6 The Csoitii hare decided that lefurin; to take uhuimikk we omen or removing ana leaving it a called for, it -prima fade evidence of intentional fra...

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. — 23 April 1857

j. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms j-One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance. VOL. 1. MILLEESBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1857. N0.35. Poetry. TO DEATH. - "WTiyi it, death, that tboodort call .' : I Our beat loved, sad the beautiful, .. To swell tlylistf . Bat cometh on with sleep profound, i : And all the weary senses drown ' ' Is sorrow's mwtt ' . Why wit, in the mora of life, . ; When some just arming for the strife, . Are strickea down? -"Ere they hare girt their armor on, : Into thy cold embrace be drawn. To wear thy crown? ' "Why is it, Ugbi from beaming eyes, : TTith haes like some bright summer sties, "" So soon is quenched T r( ' And those who in my bosom lie, For whom (to save them) we would die ' '" " From us ihe wrenchedT ; : r Why is it, that the young, the but, ' And those that have our warmest prayer, J . : Be called so soont -And taken from the loving heart, . And sent by the remorseless dart...

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 April 1857

J. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1 85 tW The Republicans of Wisconsin have . carried that State by a majority of ten thousand forjudge of the Supreme Court. 3rThe Legislature of Massachusetts have passed a law making the testimony of "anatbeita legal tender in the courts of that State. r X3T Attention is directed to the ad ver . tisement of C. Hatt, in our advertising columns. ' Mr. II. has a well selected stock and will sell the saniA at fnir rru-M Mr. H. Ykrgin has been fitting up his large room with a fresh supply of drugs, paints, oils, &c. Mr. IL is well posted in his line, as an examination of his stock will do- VIVUOUAICt - -.' JC&'Tho "$10,000 to a Mexican officer of rank," among the items of secret service money paid out by Gen. Scott, in Mexico, it appears was paid to none other than President Sauta Anna. - ' ' HUMirtMla i :-. S3T A dispatch dated Augusta, Geo., April 9f says: "The thermometer here, on Tuesday morning, stood at 27 deg. above zero. 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 April 1857

Foreign News. Arrival of the Arabia. SANDY HOOK, April 16. The Cunard steamer Arabia hs arrived, with Liverpool dates totie fternoon of Sunday, April 4tk . ' The English were still progressing, and in general wer. frrorabk to Palmerston s administration. -. -- - - Tba rapture between Austria and Sar dinia ha made no advances towards a set tlement. India afiairs are said to be growing more threatening. w The China mails had been received in England, and although peace was consider ed probable, it is not officially announced. ' The steamer Emeu arrived at Liverpool on the 31st, and the Kaogarco on the 1st. The Leopold arrived at Southampton on the 3d, and the Herman on the 4th. M. T. Barnes is the ministerial candidate for Speaker, against Fitzroj. Arrests are being made jp Paris of con spirators' against Napoleon the Sixth. A meeting of the Neuachatel Confer ence had been held, and the first protocol paragraphed. . Madrid reports say that the Spanish force will, under any circumstanc...

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. — 23 April 1857

B PUBLISHED ETEBT THUBSDA. B Y C A S K E Y, torn Sraxrr, tuu Do sen of .ia. MILLERSBURG, OHIO. 'MWiCBIPTIOir: . OF- $1.50 " 2.00 Kail Suhacrirjers Paid within the year. ' ..." 950 After the year expires. TfTK LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. ' , viwAi not rtr eiqinn aviic to tke rJrVooo"""" sawishint to caution tastr tok- aoriptions. if .uNwibers order the discontinnanee of their ra- the anbueber on oontinne to lend them until all grnarajree are para. - - a. if the subscribers segleei or rata, to take there nnn from "tne office to Thick they are directed, they ire held responsible till they Mttle their billa, aad order tire paper diseontieaed. a. If any subscribers remove to another plan without tnfnnniag tbe publisher, and their paper ia seat to tbe former direction, they are held responsible. a. Tbe Court hare decided that rafasinfr to take a newspaper from tbe office, er removing and rearing it on ailed for, Urfuuwi evidence ef intentional fraud. 'TERMS OF AD YERTISIXG: ' ' una, oa lxss, naxa ...

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 April 1857

ir Caskey, Editor ai?d Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor Scnth of Jackson. Terms :-0ne Dollar and Fifty Cents in Adrance. yol: i. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1857. NO. 36, 111 IU II! Ill III L AJU Poetry. From the Springfield Journal. THE WILD' ANEMONE. Inibe valley still and lcrae, . 'Where the brook in merry glee , Leap o'er many a inowy atone, ' " GroVg tie TVild Anemone. "' ,'"' '' Sweetest harbinger of Spring, ; " Earliest flower that decks the lea,1 - First to hear tie blue-bird sing, -; - Beautiful Anemone ! ( ... Often have I wandered there Happier, ne'er could momenta be -' ' Hand in hand with maiden fair, . Plucking the Anemone. "- ' ' " ' . Gentle maid of beauty rare, " ' ' ' r Oh, she was a fey to see, ' ; , , When I decked her raven hair, '. ,'n . With the bright Anemone. ". "" ," Often sat I with my love, '- ' ','. By the patriarchal tree,' ',' '. ' " ii: c'-.t That with arms outstretched above, ' -"Blessed the gentle maid and 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. — 30 April 1857

Stye &cpu&Ucajrc, J. CA8KEY, j- - - - Editor. THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1857.' TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shows the time of departures and arrivals on the C. Z. fc C. R. B. at Millers mnd Cleveland: Etnorwo North. The Express leaves MU lereburg at 6.40 A. M and arrives at Cleveland at 11.18. The Accommodation leaves Millersburg at 3.00 P. and arrives at Cleveland at 9.50 Bcinaxe Socth. Aocommodation leaves Cleve land at 7.45 A. M., and arrives at Millersburg at 1.20. - - - Exprtt leaves Cleveland at 5.15 P. II., and arrives at Millersburg at 9.40.- . (tfThe Erprta train mnningr North con nects at Orrville with the East ana West trains on the P. Ft. W. fc C. R. K. - . STThe Poetry of Miss R. has been re reived and will be published next week. . X5?"Hudson river shad are selling in New York at from 25 to 60 cents a piece. . I3T Our readers, especially in the west ern part of the county, are requested to peruse D. Q. Liggett's advertisement. jyWe learn from the Cleveland Her...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 30 April 1857

From the Chicago Tribune, April 11. Governor Geary's Forthcoming Book. "We ar told by a Democrat of unques tioned faithfulness to his party, himtelf a Governor, that in a lata conversation with Got. Geary hs learned that that Gentle man is preparing from his ."diary, faithfully kept daring his administration, a summary of events in Kansas, as they came under his own personal or official observation. e are told by the same authority that in that book, when it is given to the country, the Jlegatiops of the Republican journals in re lation to the fiendish atrocities practised upon the free State men by the border ruf fian invders, will be not only confirmed but proved. It will be stated that during a trip on a much frequented rood, toon af ter hit arrival in the territory, Governor Geary taw the bodies of twenty six mur dered fret State men. Some of these had been shot or brained and thrown out by the roadside to rot un der a burning sun. Others bad been scalp ed as Indians scalp their...

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. — 30 April 1857

B PUBLISHED KVEKY THURSDAY, B fY . XJ'AS KEY. TiUumoi iant,ia Dm Boers o jAcuoa lULLERSBtlBG, OHIO. TERMS FSUBSCRIPTION-: MaQ Sursjcribers in fcan.r.i.... f 1-50 Paid within the year.. 2.00 After the year expires ... . T.T. 2-5" THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS' I. Subscribers who do net even express noHe to the onfcrarv, are considered aa wishing to continue ttaeir sub eeripttons. . , i If subscriber, wrdsr tbe dhormtinnance of their pi pen, the publisher ai continue to send them until til arrearage are paid. - . - If tl subscribers neglect or rcfase to bike their Swpera from the office to which ther are directed, tbey an held responsible till tiier settle their bills, aad ord. the papers diseontiiraed. 4. If anv subscribers icmo.e to another place without informing the publisher, and their paper U-aant to the fanner direction, ther are held respotitible. ' -rh nre' deetded that srfurraf to take fjewapaper frwm the offiaa, or reluming and leavicir it an caUed lor, is prima foot evidence of in...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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