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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 18 May 1871

Fireside Department. Blessings. Blessed are they to whom people go when they are in distress! Bless ed are they around whom little chil dren 'flock! Blessed are thep that are cared for by men when they are in extremities auu uiuuijjtv. Blessed are they upon whom grate ful eyes look,saying, "Come again; I am better for your coming." Bewildered. It is said that a certain peripate tic Sunday-school speech-maker, being unexpectedly called upon to ad dress a school, was "taken quite aback" for a few moments (could that be possible?), and rose ta Jlis feet in some confusion. After sev eral desperate but vain attempts to say something appropriate, he hoarsely murmured: "Dear Chil dren! never fool with powderP An explosion followed. A Substitute. In the time of the First Napoleon, when a draft was made for soldiers, one man had a substitute put in his place. After a time another draft was made and the same man was called again, but he said: "I ara free. I sent a substitute into the army and...

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. — 25 May 1871

County Officials. C'OBUMX fbn .TJj, - WlLlIAH Rezd. Protalt Jdge. - Thomas Axxoe. Prosecuting A ttonuy, - C. F. VOOSnES. Coumiv CUrt, ... Jons S. Oee.. SUtrif, - - - - Jams fe. ilcCoxu. AvdSor, ... Josrrn II. Xewtox. Tfmnnr, - . Jacob CHEEr.TU0I.iiE5. tarderr W. C l!cLo"r.LI- r AB'M WOSKJIAX. CcmmUaionert. - JJacob FiSHEK, (DAS'!. lilCCHUA.V. Suntvor,- - - - JosncA fcroKAOEE. Ceroitr, - - Hey SHArrrB. Lcitirs Aitiaoy, Infirmary Director), JJOBS MIAKr, Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH. G. A. HUGHES, PASTOR, SERVICE EVERY Sabbath at 10K o'clock. A. M, and 7 o'clock. i'.Al. rrayer Jiecriius aiiu.swj. v . , ST. JOHN'S CONGREGATION. GERMAN SERVICE BY REV. J. &POERRI, every Sabbath morning, at 11 o'clock. Sab bath School at 10 o'clock. EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. SERVICES EVERY OTHER SAWIATH Al ternoon, by Rer. Isaac Culler. U. P. CHURCH. REV. W. M. GIRSOX, PASTOR. HOURS FOR Service at 11 Jf o'clock, a. X. Sabbath school at tun: o'clock, a. ss. Prayer meetingTuun day evenings at?? o'clock. ...

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. — 25 May 1871

Holmes County Republican. S. T. E. 5. Wilis, S. T. rDiross and rRorsirroKS. iliLiXESBCEG, O., : May 25, 1S71. PRIMARY MEETING. TheTBepublicans of Holmes coun ty are requested to meet in conven tion, at the Court Hqnse, Millers burg, Ohio, Saturday, June 10th, lS7lfat-l o'clock r.-M., to elect two delegates to the Republican State Convention whicli meets at Colum bus,. June 25tU, 1871. Let there be full attendance. Bv order of County Central Committee. R. K. ENOS. Pres't. R. K. ENOS. Pres't. N. W. LAUBACH. Sec'y COUNTY CONVENTION. The County central Committee liave issufd their call in this, week's TtEPUBUCAS for a Convention to se lect two delegates to the State Con vention. We hope every Kcpubli can will make it convenient t6 be present. Let us have a good meet ing. There will no doubt be other business of importance to transact. TO BE VOTED FOR NEXT FALL. At the State election to be held on the 10th of October next, the electors will vote upon the question "Shall there be a conven...

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. — 25 May 1871

Holmes County Republican. LOCALS 3IIIXEKSBCKG, 0, : 3Iav 25, 1S71. Bible Repository. Depository. Office in his store, where any one wishing bibles can grt them at very reasonable prices. Corner Loafing. The pcnaltv for corner loafing and using vulgar and profane language, inl Altoona, Ta., is six days and nights in the lock-up. What a haul there would be made if sucli a law wa in force in this town, especially on Sunday The "It" In Wooster made its appearance thus: Mrs. Hoffman placed in a pot some beef and after, it had been boiling nice ly forsonic time she looked into the pot and found an old shoe boiling with the meat. We are inclined to think that af ter being in such a hot itetc the u It " will lie satisfied for a while. Another Liquor Trial. In the "case" of Hi. Luke vs. Fry, in the c'ourf of Common Picas of Coshocton atthe last term. ilrs. Luke had brought suitagain't Fry the Keeper of a grocery at Bloomfield, in Holmes county, for selling lierhusband intoxicating liquor and...

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. — 25 May 1871

Fireside Department. Success in Life. The great secret of success in life consists in bending all your efforts to whatever yon happen to engage in. Don't letyour fickleness lead you to slight your present occupation, and think lightly of it,hoping some thing better will turn up by-and-by. The way to get along in the world is to make every step one that is ahead, and each to- follow its prede cessor. For full fifty per cent, of the effort of the world is absolutelj wasted in indirect, diffuse, indefli nite labors. Youg men start on in life without purpose or point, cast ing a thought neither on their fit ness nor unfitness for a particular calling; now doing this thing, then that, and after that nothing; one day' going on, another on the right! (which is wrong) or left, the next backward, and then not going on at all, which is as bad as -the whole combined. The right line in life is the one which leads straight ahead. This' almost always secures success. If you arc creeping, do it en...

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. — 1 June 1871

County Officials. ComrumPUctJ-di', - Willi am Beed. Prolate- Judge, - - Thojias ABHOR Proteextina Attorney, - C. F. VOOSHE8. Counts Cleric, - - - JOHNS. OBE. Skerif, - - - - J AXIS S. JIcCOHB. AJiwr. - - - Josrrn ILSeytos. rww, - - Jacob cbxkrytiolmeb. Recorder, - - V. C VclKnrELL. ( AS'M WOKH AX. tllAS'L BACGHKAX. Surveyor, - - - Joshua Spoxagle. LTEIXEK ALLISON, Infirmary Director, iw Asmsarox Cowxx, Church Directory. Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH G. A. JTCGHES, PASTOR, SEEVICE EVBBJT 1. Al. I'xayer jiceung xnursuay cirmo ST. JOHN'S CONGREGATION. fiF.RMAS- SERVICE EY BEV. J. SP0EBBL cverv Sabbath niorninar, at H o'clock, gab- bath School at 111 o'clock. EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. SERVICES EVEEY OTIIEC SATII ATI I A F ternoon, by Eev. Isaac Culler. U. P. CHURCH EEV. W. M. GIBSON. PAST0R.1I0UKS FOR Service at 11 X o'clock, a. m. sabbath t-cnool at w : o'clock, a. v. i-raver uu-cuus i nnra lay evenings at7J o'clocfc. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. r.EV.A-S.MIUI0LkAXn,l'ASTOTLM0KJ- ing service at...

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. — 1 June 1871

Holmes Coimty Republican. X T.umX E.a.T2RT. I. B. crss:EiJ. XSITOKS AND PROPRIETORS. MlLLEBSBUEG, P., : JCXE 1, 1S71. PRIMARY MEETING. TheTZepublicans of Holmes coun-ty,a-c,requcstcd to meet in conven tion, at the Court House, Millers burg, Ohio, Saturday, June 10th, 1871, at 1 o'clock r. it., to elect two delegates to the Republican State Convention which meets' at Colum bus, June 25th, 1871. Let there be full Attendance. Bv order of, Central Committee. R. K. ENOS, Pres't. N. W. LAUBACH, Sec'y. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION. Below we give the vote polled for the several candidates at the Demo cratic Primary election in this coun ty on last Saturday: COMMON PLEAS JUDGE. William Reed 19G1 SENATOR. Eobert Justice C. F. Voorhes 11.1). McDowell C85 TREASURER. Daniel French J. K. Raiff 31. L-Emric . John Sharp . Gotlieb Gerbr . , 4 109 S4 401 C77 REPRESENTATIVE. John nitchcock Wellington Stilwell fa 1121 SHERIFF. J. S. McCombs 202C PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. 3t. A. Hoagland r IR-IIoagland.- , J...

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. — 1 June 1871

Holmes Bounty Republican IiO CAZiS . MiixrnsBPKG, 0., : June 1, 1871. Post-Office Hours. The rost-Oflice hours from this date ill be from O-Uj A. ji., to 111 P. All mall mailer "t posited in the outside letter ox up to 10-10 r. x-will be mailed for next moraine's mails. Office open half hour.rperonSatnrdy nights Answer to Puzzle. The answer to puzzle in last week's paper "Pay the Printer" was answered liy Willie Cherryholmes, Ida ttiirty, w il lie .T. Gibfon and SalindaShpnp. , The Hat Store. Vhen you want a 'liat, and a good one, the place to "et it is at J. L. Cornus V Co's., Uie headquarters for everything in that line, also gents furnishing good: and everything of the latest style. Prices reasonable. A Mere Glance Into Weirich, Gasehe & Co"?. Hard ware store will convince a ierson that they are doing a good business. The reason of this is they keep a full line of Hardware, and of the very best which they sell also at prices to suit their many customers. Dahlia Plants. G. F. ...

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. — 1 June 1871

Fireside Department. The Scoffers Rebuke. Years ago many people traveled on the Erie Canal in the packet boats, which were drawn by horses with long ropes. The boats moved very slowly" and smoothly over the water. The passengers in the nar row cabin were as near each other as in a crowded room. All conver sation, even in low tones, was heard very distinctly. - Amonc the quiet people in one of these cabins in 1844 were some Friends comins from yearly meeting, and a young Methodist preacher and his wife. Besides these a large number of other passengers were present. Of thcse,two profane men were verv conspicuous, who despised religion." Their foul words were an annoyance to many, and they talked very loud, one seemed anxious to make their acquaintance. These two men sat down in the center of the "cabin, and related slanderous stories to ridicule Chris tians, and make a mock of sacred tilings. No vice in social life, no crime in the calendar of the courts, could be named -which tliev d...

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. — 8 June 1871

County Officials. hum PtMIAJlflQe. Prolate Judgt. - - THOIAR ABXOE ProcutinQ Attonkry, - C. K. Voohiies. Count Cltrt, -.- Jonx S.OBB. SleriS. - - - - JxXESS. MCCOUB. Auditor, - - - Josern II. .vewiojt. Tnyurrr. - - JACOB CHEltBYHOLMES. Xecordtr, - - W. C JICDOWEl. AB'X WOBXXAX. CoiMHUiriontr, - Surveyor, - - -COrontr, I1tnary DirtHor, JjACOB FlSIIEB. (DiX'L liiccnuAX. JOSUl-i SrOSAfiLE. llEXEVMIArFEB. r LrELtES AUIDt, jnHK MI1BP. (U'XSUISOTU'-'COirEK. Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH. c. m-fillES. PASTOlL SERVICE EVEUV Sabbath at I0X o'clock. A. and 7 o'clock, 1". M. rrayer Aiectinginur-uay evening. ST. JOHN'S CONGREGATION. GERMAX SERVICE BV REV. J. SPOERUI, every Sabbath morning, at 11 o'clock. &al-1 nam -cnooi at iv ociuc. EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. SERVICES EVERY OTHER SAKBATII AF- tcrnoon, by lier. Isaac Culler. U. P. CHURCH. RKV. W. AI. GIBSON", PASTOR. HOUBS FOB herviceatllK o'clock, a. ic. fcabbath hool at 10,: o'clock, a. x. Prayer raeetlnsThur- ;ay evenings at ocioct. PRESBY...

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. — 8 June 1871

Holmes County Republican. S. V. UZIIZ3, 2. 0. TOTS, zdiiobs and aruTou. iliixEESBCBO, O., : Jrac 8, 1871. Republican State Convention. JUNE 21st. 1871. STATE REPUBLICAN CENTRAL AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ROOMS, COLUMBUS, O., May 2, 1871. To A Etpullican Yottrt of OMo: Yonr Annual State Conrention will bo held at Columbus, on Wednesday, the Slst day of Jnne, 1871, for the nomination of candidates: Governor. Lieutenant Governor. Judge of the Supreme Court. Treasurerof State. Auditor of State. Attorney General. State Commissioner of Schools. Clerk of Supreme Court, Member of Board of lubl ic Works. The undersigned Committee recommend that Ihe meetings in the several counties for the se lection of delegates, be held on .-atuniay, June 10th, isn. . . , The basis of representation In the com en tion will be onedelegatc for every live hundred votes cast for General Sherwood for secretary of state in 1870, and one additional delegate for anv fraction of two hundred and any vote, and upward in ...

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. — 8 June 1871

Holmes County Republican. LOCALS Millebsbckg, O., : Jcxe 8, 1S7 Post-Office Hours. ThA Pit.OffiKi hours from this date will from 6-15 i. ju to 10 r... -Ml mail matter de wicftjvl in the nntsfile letter box CD to 10-D T Jt. win be mailed ror Beit morning's malls Office open half hourlateroaSatunUynignti rt-Persons fchouM bear In mind that aW letters must be stamped before they can go through the mailto the parties addressed. XSy-Eead our Extra this week. Why Certainly. Everybody Is going to attend tlie spring meeting of tlieinilersburg Drl v ids Park Association to be held next week on the Fair Grounds south of town IJecollcct ladies arc admitted free. There will also be a match same of Base Ball, and everything to make it a grand sue cess will' be done by the managers. Ar rangements are made aUo to have good order on the grounds. Communion. The TJ. P. people held communion on Sabbath. Eight persons were received into the church, Rcr. D. II. French, of Mansfield, assisted Mr. Gibson....

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. — 8 June 1871

Fireside Department. Fireside Department. "It Got A Going." One bright Fourth of July morn in", I was driving to town. As I came to the top of the hill just above the bridge on the outskirts of the place, a little boy from a cottage on the north side of the road fired off a small canuon. He was so near the road, the cannon made so big a noise, and the whole thing came so unexpectedly, that my little bay pony took fright and shied, with a spring, to the other side of the road. He not oniy neany overturned the carriage" in doing so, but was, with great difficulty, reined in and prevented irom runmn awav. "You should not fire 3"our cannon so near the road," said I to the lit tle b03. after I had got the pdny somewhat 'quiet; "you frightened my horse badly, and nearly made him run away." " I didn't mean to," said the little boy; "but it got a going before I saw the horse, and then I couldn't ston it." i said no more, but drove on, thinking of the boy's answer, as I have often thought of...

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. — 15 June 1871

County Officials. Common PtmeMg. - WlLLIiK EriD. ProbaU Judge. - - Thomas akxok. rroeti-3 - Homey, - C i VooaHIS. - ... ..-- Jnnv S Cl&K. JjJUrif, .... J AXES S. MCCOMK. iir, - - - Josrm II. JETTON. Treaevrer. - - JACOB CnriKTUOLHES. Secorder. - W. C SICVOVZLL. r AB'XltOIUll. JJiCOB FlSHEK, (Uis'l Kiuonxiv. JOSHUA SrOXAGLT. IlEXBT bHirrEK. LriLLIS .AU.1S0X. Commiteionert, Surveyor, Coroner, OVASBUiGT0SC0Wr.!C, Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH, a t Tiirnnria iSTon SERVICE EVEKY Kibblth at 10 H o'clock, A.M., nI 7 o'clock, 1VM. - rrvT AlwtlnffTnraajreTcuui5. ST. JOHN'S CONGREGATION. crtMivsmncEET iiev. J. SPOEnEL every Sabbath morning, at 11 o'clock, sab- Dam scjiooi ai iv oxioc. EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. S Ell VICES EVEEY OTHER SAJiBATII AF- ternoon, by iter. jaac duller. EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. U. P. CHURCH, REV. W. M. GIBSON", PASTOR. 1IOUB3 FOB Service at U o'clock, A. X. Sabbatb Kliool at 10.';: o'clock, A. K. l'raver meetlngThorv day evenings at7i o'ciock. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. B...

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. — 15 June 1871

Holmes County Republican. . w. uxuss, 2- s. mai iditoes sso rEorEirroES. Millebsbueg, O., : Jcxc 15, 1S71. Holmes County Republican. Republican State Convention. JUNE 21st, 1871. STATE REPUBLICAN CENTRAL AND EXECUTIVE STATE REPUBLICAN CENTRAL AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ROOMS, STATE REPUBLICAN CENTRAL AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ROOMS, COLUMBUS, O., May 2, 1871. 1 our Annual CMJllC vjunvenuuu W 111 W UCIU at Colnmbns, on Wednesday, the 21st flay of Governor. Lieutenant Governor. .(udffe of the Supreme four!. Treasureror State. Auditor of State. Attornev General. State Commissioner of School. I lcrfc.ol supreme sv.... Member of Board of l'nblie A orts The nndersicned Coinmitwe recommend Ituat the mecttnffs in tue several counties ior tuc se lection of delegates, he held on Saturday, Jnnc liitn, is.i. I ion will be onedelcgatc for e err Arc hundred . - 1' . 1 &l.AMrnn.l f. Cumtin of State in 1SOT, and one additional delegate for any fraction of two hundred and flfty vote and upward in eac...

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. — 15 June 1871

Holmes County Republican. LOCALS. Milixksbckg, O., : June 15, 1S71 Post-Office Hours. The mst-Oflicc honrs from this date will he from G-o3 a. M., 10 iu r. h. man luain i uc wtltnl in the ontiide letter box UI to 10-3) r. ii will be mailed for neat morning's mailt O dice open half honr later oaSatunlay nichts NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Eli Uhl-Eicentorj Notice: , Bckhardt A Michaels Meat Market. Jm ne rtmhr A rrienl rural AcenCV. J esse Smith Notice to Steamboat Captains Ac. Horse Fair. The Horse Fair nominally commenced yesterday, although there was but very little done. There does not seem to be that interest manifested in it that there was last vear. A larger attendance will doubticss be the result of to-day, Wednesday. Meat Shop. Mr. VT. II. Gard wishes us to say that he is prepared to furnish our citizens with the best of meat during the sum mer season. Persons will find him ready at all times to wait upon them. Shop opposite Court House on Slain Street, M. E. Festival. The Festival f...

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. — 15 June 1871

Fireside Department. ON READING. A WORD TO THE BOYS. "TTebojs lore stories." Of course yon do. I like them myself, but the danger is, that with such a mul titude of exciting, sensational ones, as are sold now-a-days, you will read nothing but stories. And that would be "paying dear for the whis tle," would it not? If for the sajce of books that have not the slightest foundation in truth, nor, indeed, in the probable, written only to amuse, not more than a single grain of wheat hidden in a whole page of chaff, roil lose all relish for alilgli er and better style of reading, you do yourself a srnevous wronjr. I am not condemning you to dry, dull books, indeed, I am not 3Iy own young days are not so far away but I know quite well what 3-011 want. But onlv think of the books that are waiting to take you all over this great world of ours; up into the artic seas; down below the equa tor: showing vou all the strange forms of life in those tropical re srions: into the depths of the sea, and...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 22 June 1871

County Officials. Common Pltot Jiiv, Protmtina A ttmry, Cottnty Or. ' - WlLLIAJt lirXD. Thovab Amor. - tf. VOOEHE8. Johv b. OBS. jAUrsS-MCCOXB. - - "Joseph ii.Jiiwto. - Jacob Ccektholjies. w. u -mcdowell. Trewartr. JUconler. t r J uUi.v Jacob nsniK. (das'l lUrcnxA.f. Surmor. - - - JosnOA hrosiCLE. Hamer. - - HEXBT SBATFIU. , (LVELLIX ALLISON InHrOflrv JtirUtr. JjonxtjHABr. y hVAsmscroxCowrx. Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH G. A. nUGHES, PASTOR, SEKVICE EVERT. Sabbath t Y)S o'clock. A. Jl, and 7 o clock, P.M. Prayer Meeting Thursday rcnig ST. JOHN'S CONGREGATION. GERMAX SEKVICE BY REV. J. SPOERRI," every Sabbath morning, at 11 o'clock. Sab bath School at lu o'clock, EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. SERVICES EVERV OTIIEK SAUK AT1I A F ttrnoon, by Rev. laac Culler. U. P. CHURCH Tl-F.V 'TV. M. fiirsSOV. PASTOR. IIOLTR3 FOR service at lljs o'clock, a. It. r-abbath scliol at V3i o'clock A.X. ATayer meeting inurs day evenings at";; o'clock. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. REV. A. S. MILHOLLAX U, PASTOR. MO RX ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 22 June 1871

Holmes County Republican. . r. a. a. vnra; S. 3. rrv-rrer.viv EDITORS AND rBOrKIXTORS. JIiLLEESBuno, O., : Jcse 22, 1871 FORWARD MOVEMENT. The Wayne Co., Democrat, edit ed by Mr. Eshelman.says of the "new departure: "At last the much talked of 'for ward movement,' looking to the re generation of the .Democratic party or conlession to ten years ol will ful transgression and invocation of i of absolution for past offenses is lull Hedged and arootinu strange tosav.Hon. V. j. allanuighamis in chief command." FIGHTING GEORGE 3IcCook, although belonging to the family of "Fighting McCooks," never nretended to have any war record. Plain Dealer. Something is not right, for some of tlje Democratic journals are eulogizing their nominee on account of his "gallant and brilliant War Record" we have reason to think that the Plain Dealer is cor rect. a is A STRAW. A big straw has just floated past fmm Connecticut: The city of Norwich has had a charter election, and James Loy&e Greene, Republi c...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 22 June 1871

Holmes County Republican. IiO C -A. XiS. Miixeksbceg, O., : Juxe 22, 1871. Post-Office Hours. The Pott-Office hours from this date Kill be from 6S A. il, to 10 F. H. All mil initterde josited la the outside letter box up to 10-30 r. Office open half hour later on Saturday nisno Lost. A black alpacca overskirt, between the Depot and North end of town. The finder will confer a favor on the owner by leaving It at this office. The Old Reliable. L. Mayers will come out next with a new advertisement of what he can do in the Dry Goods, Groceries and Xotion line. Iook out for bargains, Don't wait till next week, but go rixht awav, as he is prepared to furnish to all who call on him the very best goods at the lowest figures. Liquor Trials. The case of Sirs. Iiobins vs. Lo haus for selling her husband intoxica ting liquor, was tried before 'Esquire Justice on Thursday last. John Cowan and C. F. Voorhes, Esqs. were attorneys for plaintiff. II. A. IToagland and Maxwell, Esqs. for defendant. 3fr...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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