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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 7 May 1857

J. Caskey, Editor and Troprietor. YOL. 1. MlLLEHSBtJKG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, Office-Wastington Street, Third Boor Sooth of Jackson. . THURSDAY, MAY- Terms :-Gne Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance. 1 18577 - N0.37. .A -1. v: Poetry. For the Republican. THE MOTHERLESS CHILD. BY SYRIL ROBINSON tlievHnlwU6arwvBUHb . The night is bitter And thin, .. Bat within a darkened vaansioa ..All things are quiet and still., r For the "angvl of death il hovering now " tV V Orerthat motherl child, '"' Vx -' mth platens mnfmrled, to tear her away.. - --.i.' ;JtthixUi,dreirjdwil4. . Th mystical hour of mldDight, ' ' v" Ia all lt dull, solemn unr, " -BrUgtng rllMrt and sorKSwful meraorie r I Ha rraeoeeded the pan light of day. -, .While themotherioai child sleeps on calmly,. ' The hectic haa Ml from har brow, . ' , "' - A marble pallor o'erapnads her aweei face, -i-V " For death'! leal ia tamped on it Bow. Hex soft, golden trassesstfu cluster . - Jn beautiful curia round her head; ' f i & Her hand! ...

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. — 7 May 1857

J. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY,:::::::::::;; MAY 7, 1857. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. - The following shows "the time of departure tod arrivals on the C. Z. A C. R. R. at Millers- aad Cleveland: KtjKjnxo "Noith. The Expmt lwes Mil ersborg at &40 A. H, and arrives at Cleveland 1 at 11.18. The AoeommodaStm leaves Millersborg at .wu r. j.,ana arrives at . - Ecinmio Sooth. niioii leaves CTere- labd at 7.45 A. AL ana amves at jxuuersourg at 120. ' Exprttt leaves Cleveland at 5.15 P. M, and arrives at Millersborg at 9.40. jff-The Expmt train running North con . meets at OrrvilJe with the East aad West trains ob the P. Ft W. A C. R. E. . S9"The reported Indian murders in lows and Minnesota, are now said to be a hoax, and that the only blood which has been shed is that of one Indian's doe. Green Cucumbers were sold in the Cleveland market on Saturday, at 32 eta. m piece, ijarge quantities 01 ne .riant Lettuce, Radishes, green Onions, fca, were alaA frir s1a ' WZW T? . . Tm 17 . "C 1 - xw...

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. — 7 May 1857

T - tJF A Let lMev triads Meant rtetwean tiro fivmen in France about the speed of hones and oxen, with the same load the same distance; the distance travelled was twenty -three kfllometres (about iweivo miles), four horse team was pot into a . i ui. in nftO lbs. beet-root pulp. The oxen were two yoke, with the same load. The horses beat them only ,;..., .iul would themselves have bom beaten had they not been the best in the country. Time an. em; sn. ism. A iao Ox. The Doncaster, England, Oasette contains an account of a fine ox, recently slaughtered there, weighing 180 atone, or zdz u it. xie was soia ror Vertigo, Extreme Languor and Exhaustion. WILL NOT TROUBLE YOU after using one bottle of B (ERHA VETS HOL LAND BITTERS. Take half a tea spoonful regularly, one hour before meals eat moderately take a short walk be fore breakfast, and you will find that all that has been said of this remedy is true. Try it; if it fails to relieve Sick Headache, Weakness of any kind, Acidity of the St...

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. — 7 May 1857

(CONCLUDED FROM FIRST PAGE.) eierk shall count th -ballots and compare the ' mae with tbe poll dookh, ana snail lonnwitn ' decide the state of the roll to the electors pres. est, and shall forthwith make eat a true cop; of the same, attested and signed by said judges asd clerk; -which copy shall remain in the hands of the clerk, for the inspection of any legal voter wishiBg w examine tbe same, ana nam saia Hsior Ueneral is known to hare been doly elect- Mi and MmfniflRMmd: but the original "Doll- book shall be forthwith sealed a p and forwarded by mail to the Adjutant General, who shall re- taia said poll-book in his hands for the space of fifteen days from the date of said eleetion, and if no notice u given by some one or more legal doctors of said division, that he intends to con test Raid election, then the Adjutant Oeneral shall forth wi th eause a commission signed by the Govwnor to be forwarded to said Major Ueneral kdeet;, - And when there is noeamroissioatd and, staff office...

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. — 14 May 1857

(TV XT . ! f .' !.? t fT .. i - -' J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Boor Sooth of Jackson. Terms : One Dollar and Fifty Cents fa Advance- MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1857. NO. 38 Poetry. Mohammedan to Her Hand-Maiden. BY CALDER CAMPBLL. Sing oat the mats beneath' the trees ' Whose boughs are bright -with scented gold; ,f And spread the softest cuahias where ;. , Theshadi is deepest, and the air Comes coolest through the white-starred fold , Of jasmines, welcoming the breeze. ' Bring oat the lute, whose sound He lores ' ' To mingle wifh his own sweet song; '; - Which hath indeedbnt one ricli theme, '' - Lore areality.no dream ' ' V.i " A sparkling rosebud twined among : ' "Life's common paths, wherein he rove.' -' ' 1 Bring sherbets of the rarest taste, -THiere lime almond flavors Blend; '' r- ' "i "And fruits, so foil of juice; the sight: o Shall quench histhriai with strange deliglit . As dews that with the sua descend Befres...

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. — 14 May 1857

The Republican. t. CASK.EY, - - - - E 41 tor. THURSDAY::::::::::: MAY 14, 1857 Circulation of thie BepwMlean, .' Cne-Ourilyrgtr Hum my oiker paper ttewmrfp. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The ibUowiag Shows the time of departnres adarrivalsoatia C-Z-AC-B-R-atllUlerB-ajid Cleveland: Rumraro Vom.-The Expras We. MU eraburc at 6.40 A. M., and arrives at Clevelaad At 11.18. : - . . the Acoommodation leave Millereburg at 3.00 P. aL. aad arrives at Cleveland at 8.50 . Rummro South .Accommodation leaves Cleve bkd at 7.45 A. ML, and arrive at Millereburg at 1.20. Express inave Clevelaad at 5J5 P. If., and arrive at Millerabarg at 9.40.. . yThe Exyreu train maaisg Korth con nects at OrrvilJe with the East and West trains oa the P. Ft. W: 4 C. R. R. 3T"See how Cohh talks about his new Stock of Clothing. Go and examine into the cause of this fuss. He's certainly got a very nice lot of clothing, and we think can clothe you to your satisfaction. The hungry Can always find a good bite at Wkstons. His daily...

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. — 14 May 1857

The Foreign News. The Persian accounts of the batde of Bushire sUte that the English advanced until meeting Ihe main .body of the Per- sianaptnat tney then et fire to ue cnusu camp equipage and retreated toward Bu ahirs. whence beimr rvenforced the battle began and lasted four daya, both parties retiriln? in eonseanence of the torrenU of . rain which fell dum'nr the whole time, ren dering the ground unfit for cavalry. The Persians left tome gun in the mud, but afterward recovered them. The Persians estimate the British loss at 1,000 and their own at 400. The London Timet, Kit April 25th, Mrs: i r - " - The news by the Overland MaO shows how fully justified the Government and people of England have been in promptly supporting their officers in China. Cer tainly our troops, our frigates, and our gun boats have not been dispatched an hour too soon, we are evidently engaged in mo mentous conflict, which it will require the Utmost vigor, courage, and decision to bring to'a close. The dip...

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. — 14 May 1857

Laws of Ohio. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT Securing to married women such personal pro- petty ma 'may be exempt : from execution. ? and also-enabling them to control theic own ' earnings, and the earnings of their roinorchi- flren is eeriaia eases. - 1 .-" : A V Section. I- He it enacted by the General M temblv of the &ah of- Ohio, That ne vaaihall dispeseotoriaanynMiierporrwiUi any personal property- which m nor or may kefeaSer be exempt from sale npoa excretion, without having first obtained the consent of his -wife thereto. r r , . V-177 '! See.,2. 'It any married rnan shall, violate She provisions of the foregoing set ion, his -wife inay, im -herow name, oommene: jtritt- prose cute to final judgment and execution a civil ac tion for the rccorciy of such property or its Tali ne in money. -:i V nyr ., , Sec. 3. .Any roarnea.woroaa whose husband ahall desert her, or from intemperance or other cause, become iacapaciated, or neglect to -pro-Tide far, his &3iUy, fnayi m hfir...

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. — 21 May 1857

nit 1 J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Boor Soath of Jackson. Terms ;-0ne Dollar and Fifty Cents in idranee. YOL.1. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAT 21, 1857. NQ.39. m Jj JJ jjy EyJ i in in Poetry. "TIME GROWS NOT OLD." MANUSCRIPT POEM, BY MONTGOMERY. : - Time growi sot old with length of yean; ' ' ' Changes lie brings, but changes sot; ' -IT eir-born, each moment he appears: ' " We ran oar race, and lie forgot! rr- Stars in perennial rounds return; i .As from eternity they came, : .. And to eternity might barn; , . . W!e not for one hoar the same. ' - ' ' i . Spring-floireTS renew (heir wild perfume, J But, ere a second spring, they fly; Or life is longer than their bloom Our bloom is sweeter yet we die. Yet stars, like flowers, have bat their day, . And Time like stars, shall cease'to roll; ; We have what nevereaa decay . ,- A living and immortal soul. - -. Lord God, when Time shall end his flight, Stars set, and flowers revive no mo...

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. — 21 May 1857

JT. CASKEY. - - - Editor. THURSDAY,: :::: MAY 21,1857 Circulation of the Republican, ; One-third larger than any other paper w the eoaUr. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. f The following shown the time of departures and arrivala on the C Z. t C. it- K, atMillers and Cleveland: ' ' : ErxxnfO Nobth. The Exprett leaves Mil lereburg at 6.40 A. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 11.18.:.- . The Accommodation leaves Millersburg at 8:00 P. Maad arrives at ClevelaB4at9.au . RtnrJrcro Socth. Accommodation, leaves Cleve ' land at 7.45 A. M., and arrives at Millersburg at 1.20. '" " Expren leaves Cleveland at 5.15 P. II., and arrives at Millersburg at 9.40. - . t0The Expren bain running Korth con nect at Orrville with the East and West trains on the P. Ft. W. t C. R. R. . 1 ' 3"Rev. W. Whithem, ' of the Free Church, will preach in the Lutheran Church, in this place, next Sabbatlyivening, at ear ly candle-lighting. - - JSTThe attention of those having Land Warrants to sell, is invited to the card of Mr. Hot,...

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. — 21 May 1857

Items of News. CcBiotra Lstxutioh. Ona of the most curious in its way is a new and self-doseing " watef faucet i It is not injured by heat or eold and prevents all leakages or ovemowg. ' It Las been pointedly and wittily said of Charles Kingsly that " lue nns tiaa is a man who fears God, and can walk , thousand miles in a thousand hours. Fnnr men were drowned on Ottawa on Thnnufav last A baric canoe in which they were going dovvn the rapids, capsized, 'J wo men in uie caaoe escaped. . ' A letter from Hamburgh of the 1 5th ult, sars that on the day before, upwards of 4,' 000 emiffranta were collected at that port to embark for the United States. - They gen- erly came from Holstein and Mecklenburg, and the mountainous districts of Central Germany. An infant three and a half years old, with a beard, has been sent to miL with his exibitors. in Albany. Thev desecrated the Sabbath by an exhibition of the child for money. In Louisville, K, the bearded wo man is m jail for larceny. The Elli...

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. — 21 May 1857

The Republican p CJS PUBUSHKD EVERY THCBSBAT," . TihMmi Sraur.TmKS Dooa Socra or Jacuox A "millersburg,;ohio.; .'TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: M8obecnlemi.odbm.... $1-50 Paid within the year 2.00 After the year expires 2J0 ' :. THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. ; 1. Soiacrtbers wbo da sot gin express notice to the ontniyt considered as wishing to oontina their tab Beriptiouo. X, If subscribers order the discontinuance of their pe psn, the pnUlaber eaa eontinaa to send then antil mil arrearage are paid. a. If the subscribers Baglect or rains to take their papers tram the office to which they are directed, they are held responsible till the settle their butt, and order the papers dtseoatinaed. 4. If any subscribers mum to another place witaoat Informing the publisher, and their paper is seat to too former direction, they axe held responsible. - .Tb Courts ban decided that Tefuria; to take a newspaper from the office, or remorinr and learinr ft 1B slle4 for, is frimamdt evidence of intentional tied. TER...

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. — 28 May 1857

.- .'.5 . ., J. Cas&ey, Editor and Proprietor. , OfiBcc Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Terms r-One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Afrance. YOL. 1. MILLERSBTJRG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1837 NO. 40. III I J ' III . ill III III I v JU Jjy JjUf Poetry. SPRING IS COMING. Spring is coming! Spring is comet -. Don't you hear her in the rills, . . , -Tripping gaily o'er the valley, .. .. . Flying o'er the sanay hilWf . -Nature leaps to meet her coming, .. .!i .-."Witt her teeming babbling throng; -u- Gladsome Spring, with joy we greet thee, .., .-."With a cheerful voice of song. , - ' Spring Is comiBg! -Spring is'coming! -. She is in the Southern breeze; llerily the birds are singing Matins in the forest trees; Modest violets are springing . "' From the gladsome earth the while. And the butter-cups and daisies . . Greet her with a lovers smile. J Spring Is coming? Spring is coming! Tiny leaflets venture out; " Torrents that for months have slumbc!"?d' ,.. Bast...

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. — 28 May 1857

J. CASKEY, .... Editor. THURSDAY,:::::::::: MAY 28, 1857. .. Circulation of the Republican, . Om third larger than any other paper in theeotmty. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shows the time of departure and arrivals on the C. Z. t C. K. R. at AlUIere ahd Cleveland: fiuwnjfo fTonni. The Exprea MU lereborg at 6.40 A. M., and arrives at Cleveland at u iff The Aveommodatiom leaves Millersburg at a09 P. 1L, and arrives at Cleveland at B.SO Rcmrmo Soctb. AaxnrnnodatioH leaves CleTe laad at 7.45 A. il., and arrives at Millersburg at isai.. Ezpm leaves Cleveland at 5.15 P. M., and arrives at Millersburg aj 9.40. .: i tyThe Exprem train running North con sects at Orrville -with the East and West trains .on the P. ft. W.C. R.R. ; ". itSTSenator Butler, of South Carolina, h reported to be on his death-bed. " jSTCharles J. Mcllvaine, nephew of Bishop Mcllvaine, of Ohio, is Gov. Walk er's Private Secretary on his Kansas expe dition. 43rTho Pennsylvania Legislature has so apportioned the St...

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. — 28 May 1857

From New York. NEW YORK, May 25. Depart ment culminated in . Brooklyn Saturday night, m an open outbreak in the 9th Dis trict Station House Capt. Miller sad offi cer Hauft, who are in favor of the law, were ' driven from the Station House, and Hauft was several v beaten, and waa thoucht would hare been killed if he had not drawn pistot LAST NIGHT'S REPORT. NEW YORK, May 25. : 'Kfftaara. BeaL Mellick & Dewitt are re- ' norted to have failed this afternoon, in con sequence of heavy losses , in Erie Railroad stocc. - - - , - - The Supreme Court to-day declared the new Police Bill constitutional. Judge Rosevelt dissented. The intelligence of the decision created much excitement-among the attaches of the Mayor's office. The general opinion is that many of the Cap tains who bare acknowledged the authori ty of the Mayor thus far will declare the new Board to-night. , A large number of the police hare indicated to the General Superintendent their desire to serve un der the new Commissio...

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. — 28 May 1857

[CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE.] however, be detennined and adjudged by a court of competent jurwdictioa, agreeably to the lain of this State and the practice of such court, be fore the corporation shall be declared dimolT cd; and ia case of such violation, every director -who "participated ia trr assented to the same, shall be held liable is his pergonal and indivi dual capacity for all damages which the broach, its shareholders, r ay other pereoB, body po litic or corporate shall have sustained ia coase qneacexf such violation . r ; T See. 44s Etwt president, director, ouhW, teller, dork fer agent f .toy branch, who shall wibele absbmct, or wilfully misapply nj of the moneys, funds or credit of euch brmDch,ortaAll, without authority from the directors, iarae or pot in xirvQlatkm any of tlie wutem of such branch, or shall, without authority, issue or pat forth may certificate of deposit, draw any order or oill of ohange, makes ny acceptance, sign any note, bond, draft, bill change, mor...

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. — 4 June 1857

1 if lltf n Mi I ZA J. laskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Terms :-Cnc Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance. VOL. 1. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1857. NO. 41. Poetry. KITTY CLIDE. Oh! who hss not seen Kitty CUdt? ' She lino at the foot of thohin, "' ' ' In ally little Book, .' -- Br the tattling brook," ;i Thst curies her kilter's old mill; Ohl who does not lore Kitty Clide? -' That gunny eyed rosy cheek bus, With a sweet dimpled chin, Thailooks roguish sin '" ' Wiili always a amile as yon paea? ;i . 6weet Kitty dear Kitty .... Ky .own sweet Kitty Glide? In a sly little nook. By the tattling biook. Lire my own sweet Kitty CBde. . ; With ahuket to pot in her fish Every morning with line and a hook, " This sweet Uttle lass . Thro" the tall, hesTygraaa, .' Steals slong by the clearranxiing brook. She throws her line into the stream, . And tripsit along the brook side " Oh, how I do wish - That I was a fish, ' ' Tobe...

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. — 4 June 1857

J. G1SKEY, .... Editor. THUESDAY, :::::: m: :: : JUNE 4, 1857. Cirealatlon of the Hepabllran, Onc-Vurd larger Uuxn any vihcr pajxr in Ux count !. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shorn the time of departures and arrivals oa tie C. Z. 4 C. B. K. at Millers and Cleveland: Kmranco Koth. The JErpw" leave Mil lersbarg at 6.40 A. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 11.18. . . , The Aetommodatio leaves Millereborg at 3.00 P. II., and arhvea at Cleveland at 9.50 - Eciomre Sorro. Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 7.45 A. M., and arrives at MiUcreburg at 150. ffixpra leavea Cleveland at 5.15 P. M., and "arrives at Jlillersbnrg at 9.40. "tSPTbe Eruret train runnine- North con nects at Orrrilfe with the East and West trains m the P. Ft. W.iC. R.H Fruit. Nearly all onr exchanges in Ohio speak favorably of the prospects of a fine crop this season. '. iESTThere was quite a severe hail storm in Lancaster and vicinity, on Thursday of last week, which did considerable damage to the fruit trees. 3TTho...

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. — 4 June 1857

How Dr. Ross Omited the Fifth Verse. Anti-Slavery Church in Cleveland. We take the following particulars in regard to too eermon t ; a- distinguished Boutnern dergyman from the Cleveland Leader'. " "The pastor made the opening prayer and uttered solemn and earnest peuuon to Heaven for the slave, and that slavery roisrht be banished from the earth, the distinguished gentleman, foregettiDg thai the hymn books in this part of the conn try had not been "revised and corrected" to suit the peculiarities of pro-slavery reli gion, opened the book lying upon the desk, and commenced reading a nymn at tan dom. The first four verses went off swim mingly, bat coming to the fifth the reader's face turned suddenly the color of a blood beet, and his voice sank almost to a whis per.- What was the matter! - The con gregation referred to their hymn books. .when a broad smile ran like a wave of mirth all over the house old deacons bit their lips and strove to look grave, and the younger class of the co...

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. — 4 June 1857

Laws of Ohio. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT, To amend aa act entitled, "an act to regulate . the sale of School lands' aad the surrender of permanent leases hereto," passed April 16th, j, 1852., , . .;. ... ... .. '' Section 1. Ik it enacted by the General At tembiy of Ott State of Ohio, That section thir teen of an act entitled "an act to regulate the ' sale of School lands aad the surrender of per- , mant leases thereto," passed April 16tb. 1852, be so amended as to read as follows; Sec. 13. Any person wishing to pay any money tinder the provisions of this act in part or full payment of (ay Bach lands whether such money may be due or not shall first obtain the certificate of the Auditor of the amount due or to be paid with the interest which has then accrued thereon and on the presentation of the same the .Treasurer is . authorised and required to receive the. amount therein specified and shall give the person pay ing the same, a certificate directed to the Audi tor of the paymen...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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