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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 27 July 1871

Fireside Department. Moral in Fishing. . In the -"Mission Leaves," a neat little monthly published bv the Cen tral Morning Mission in Detroit (H. Hitchcock, sup't), our friend Silas m anner tens a unensuingsiory to which he tacks this excellent Moral. 1st. You can't catch fish with a bare hook You must have some thing for the children. 2d. Don't hitch on too big a sinker. Over much "application" will bury everything out of sight. Use the little fish to catch the big ones The children first, and then the parents; into the Sunday-school and church. 4th. Better try and fail, at first,than not to. try at all Better still, if study has prepared you for "a call." - 3d Moral. Your Influence. There are two or three thoughts about your influence, tnat l would like to bring to your mind. xue nrsi is, mai you are cxercis- mg it unconsciously. What your lifle says, affects others more than" wnai your lips say. xnewnoieien- of yopr living must be Christ wara ana Heavenward, h you wisn to lead so...

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. — 3 August 1871

County Officials. Fmah PlHitJHdc. - WILLIAM ItErO. BProbate Judge. - - THOMAS ABHOR. .rrouctls Attorney, - C K, VooBHXS. . rtintu Ctrl- - John S. Ock. tsA"-; - - - - JaKisS-IIcCoxb- f Jwfvr, ... Josrm ii.iirrox. V Treasurer, - - Jacob CUEKsmoLnrs. Recorder, . CoiAntif.ioiiert, Surveyor, -Corotur, J nj! rixary DlrrctoT, - V. C JiCLHnrELL. AB'X W OZKlf AS, uacob Fisnxx. IdiVl Batghxax. Joseca fcroxAGLE." IlrscT Shattee I.CIUEI ALLISON' JJous. nCAKr. ;v AsniaoTox cotzx. Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH G. A. HUGHES, TASTOn, SKEVICE KVF.BV Isabuaul at lu.'fi o ciotk, -. ji-, anu wutk, 1". iU I'rayer Meeting Thursday evening. ST. JOHN'S CONGREGATION. bab- GERMAN" SERVICE 11V BEV. J. SPOERRI, every sabbath morntnfr, at 11 o ciock. bath School at 10 odocL. EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. SERVICES EVEBY OTJIEU -SABBAT IX AF- tcrnoon, by lie v. Isaac Cuuer. U. P. CHURCH, KEV. W. M. GIBSON-. I'ASTOU. HOURS FOR service at 0 xioci A. x. sauuatn sciiooi at luj:o-cioc, A.2C i-raver meeting mura nay cvcning...

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. — 3 August 1871

Holmes County Republican. 7v. lArwa - T2ia EDITORS AXD rBOrBIETORS. MILLERSBURG, O.,: AUGUST 3, 1871. Republican State Ticket. GOTXBSOE, Cen.EDWARD F. NOYES.of Hamilton. Uectesutt-Covienoe, JACOB MUELLER.orCoyahesa. srraixE JrDoc. W. H. WEST, of Logan. - THEISCEEC, - - - ISAAC R. WELCH, of Belmont. ACDITOB, Dr. JAMES WILLIAMS, orFnuiklin. ATTORNEY GESLttlL, FRANK B. POND, of Morgan. School Coxms3iosr.it, THOMAS W. HARVEY, of Lake. CLEEX OI THE SCrEEME COURT, .RODNEY FOOS.of Clinton. 1I01ED OF PCBLIO WOBIB, R. R. HOSMER.of Mnskingnm. "NEW DEPARTURE" IN INDIANA. The Democrats of Ohio county, Indiana, resolved savagely against the new Departure, 'and closed by saying: "That when tc descend so low as to barter our principles, to partake oi tne loaves and lishos, we will be, and ought to be, damned." DON'T BE UNEASY. Some of the Democratic Journals are bothered about this question:- "Shall we have a better "White House to put our President in, or1 a better President to put in ourVh1tc Ho...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 3 August 1871

Holmes County Republican. IiOOAIi . 3IU.LEKSBCKO, O., : Acgcst 3, 1871 Post-Office Hours. The PoU-Offiee hours from this dte will lie from fi-35 A. x, to 10 r. . All mail matterde- posited In the ouUide letter box up toiiwu r. L. will be milled for next morning' mails Office open half hour later on Saturday nights wc New Advertisements. Weiricli.Gascneo.-:IUraware. Chas. Hose Groceries. Irislona. A c. Whitakcr 4 Chllds Clothing, Cloths, Xr. Lost Bctwccu inilcrsburg and Mt. Hope some photographs, size 8x10. Anyone finding them will eoufer a favor by leaving them at the riiotograph Booms of Courtney AAppleton. Thanks. 3Irs. Snsan Buchanan brought lis In on Monday a basket of Uie nicest and most delicious peaches and pears wc have seen for many a day. We arc par tial to good peachs. for Next Week. In our next issue we will tell our rid ers what can be had In the carriage and wagou manufactory of Shlvcs, Snyiicr & Korns, of this place. They a-.t! do ing a fine business as well as go...

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. — 3 August 1871

Fireside Department. Beautiful Submission. A deaf and dumb child was ques tioned if she knew why she was born thus. The tears rapidly filled her eyes, but in a moment or two she dashed them away, and, with a sweet smile playing upon her thoughtful countenance, wrote uion her little slate Even so, Father; for so it secmeth good in thy sight. "Love One another." The rain fell heavily, and a dark mist drooping over the distant town hid it from view. The chill wind was howling, and the day .was dark ening muouuy,wueQ nar.u:i,ri.iHK her eyes from the work on which she had long since been engaged, saw a traveler approaching. A wo man. A solitary woman, of some thirty years of age, tall, well formed, handsome, miserably-dressed, the soil of many country loads in va- riea weatner uust, cuaiK,- clay. gravel clotted on her grev cloalc by the streaming wet; no bonnet on her head, nothingto defend lierrich black hair from the- rain tmt a torn handkerchief. :As her liands,-par& ing on her su...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 August 1871

County Officials. CoaxMn rUa Judge, Probate Judge, -rrmeattluj A ttorey County CUrt, - WlLLIAJI F.IIB. Thomas abxob. - u i. VOOEHrg. JntlH - ( I II 11. ZAertj, Auditor, Treasurer, - Jakes S-McCom. - Jostru U.tiZTTOK.. Jacob cbe&rtoo um- - v. C ilcDowru. r AB'Jf WOKKMAS. 'Jacob Fisiixb. (Dak'l Bacohmax. - JosncA SroKAOLr. Hrxar SniPFEK. lUcttrdtr, Cotdulonert, Surreyvr, -Ccrvtur, Infirmary Dlrutort ITii-Iv-IIIT'P (WASHINGTON COTtX Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH , ' I M t I HI - i G. .. HUGHEti IVVSTOIttSEKCEiEVEUV aubain at lv.'l a cions. ,. -u, ni . I. M. Prayer JiectiuK xnunaay evening. EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. SEUVIUES EVEKY OTIJEU SABBATH, AT niir .vinfk a. M. bv ltcv. Laac Culler. "siUbatli school every. Sabuatb morning st 9 o ciock. EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. U. P. CHURCH BEV. W. JI-GIBSOX.rASTbl5.nbl7S fob Service at 11 ji o'clock, x. n. Sabbath whool at 10,'i : o'clock, A. K. Prayer mectingThun- uay evenings at ji o uw. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. R K V- A . S. ii IMIOLLAN D. 1'ASTO...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 August 1871

Holmes County Republican. V. V. LiTBliS, E. 0. TH7Z, XBITOES AND rCOrEIETOES. MILLERSBURG, O., : AUG. 10, 1871. Republican State Ticket. GOVIBNOK, Con. EDWARD F. NOYES.of Hamilton. UrCTzxixT-GovritsoE, JACOB MUELLER,ofCuvahoga. St-ranir. Jeter. W. H. WEST, of I-ojan. . Tkeibcxii, ISAAC R. WELCH, or Belmont. Al'DITOE, Dr. JAMES WILLIAMS, ofFranilln. Attoenet Gexeral, FRANK B. POND, of Morgan. School Coiimissiokcb, THOMAS W.HARVEY, of lale. am or the Scr xrwc Cockt, RODNEY FQOS.of Clinton. BOARD Or FCKLIC WOIEF, R. R. HOSMER.of MmUngnm. Attention Young Repub licans. There will be a meeting of the. young repub licans cf this County, In COMMERCIAL HALL, Monday Hvenlnp Next, At ?; o'clock, lor tne purpose of -organizing A Young Men's Republican Club. . Let every young voter, -and those who may le- -ome Toiers Deiure election tur, maue it con venient to tie present. Ijet every townslilpbe TOCXtf EEPUBLICASS.- WHAT IT DID AND GOT. What the Democratic party did, and what it got for doing it...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 August 1871

Holmes County Republican. Holmes County Republican. LOCALS. MILLERSBURG, O., : AUG. 10, 1871. Post-Office Hours. The Post-OUce hours from this date will be from G-35 A. Kn W IU r. K. MI IU&ll lujini i- noited in-the outside letter box up to 10-3) r. 5l will Iks mailed for next morning's Office open half hourlateronsatnrday nunts A Challange. MILLERSBURG, O., Aug. 8, '71. We hereby challenge any Base Bill . . . . . . . . i ... 1,1111) 111 HOlUieS COUIll , I" .1 uumi i. T 1 1 lint. ltlll mil jramcoi iae ' Uie uuampionsnip oi nonuo auij . MILLERSBURG, O., Aug. 8, '71. J. E. WAITS, Sec. Hardy B. B. C. Dr. Purdy. . Dr. Purdy will be at the Kinpire House in Miilcrsliur-r, on the 23rd ot August, to remain three days. Person . can consult with liim then and tliere. New Meat Market. J. SIcCann ha? just opened a first-class meat market in the Critthlicld Block, in Dix's old ftand. "Mr. McCann ha put meat down to the lowest notch. Call and ce him for he means business. Coshocton County Fai...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 August 1871

Fireside Department. Be Gentle. nil lmw TiPMlfnl it is for us to be gentle and patient with each other, for we "know not, we cannot know, how one unkind word may add an other sorrow to a heart already too heavy with its burden. - 'We fancy a sharp word hastily spoken cannot be felt, because it is not meant, but it mar he the. one Iron which overflows the cup of anxiety and sorrow. Be Gentle. There is a Devil in Us all. Hlrl .Tnlin "Rprrirlap. Iifiil n nmnhflr of pictures of . different ministers round ins room anu a.joomng-giass i . . 1 T T t.l C in a irame u maicu. xie noum ui ten take a friend into the room and say, "That is Calvin; and that is John Bunyan," and when he took him to the looking-glass' he .Vould nM "nn.l tlmr.'fn flip ilnvil ' "'Wliv.'". the friendrwould say.'jltjis myself.' all."' ' The Teacher's Source of Power. Philip Henry thus' irrote uponja studying aay: "I forgot, when I heffan, explicit ly and expressly to crave help from God.and tho chariot wheel drove acr ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 August 1871

County Officials. Common PUeuJutje, - WILLIAM EriD. ProoaieJudge. - - THOlliS AKMOK. ProoreuUua Attorney, - U K. OOKHIS. County CUrt, - - - JOHS S.OKR. Auditor. - - - Josim ItSmoi. 7 rtn.urfr, - - jicob,uhkiiiu"" reorder. - W.C. JICUOVIIA. J A'M WOEKJIAX. JJlCOB risniE, tn-asri. Iiiucuvix. Joshua Sroswit llrxBY-MiArFER. rT.CZLI.Z3r ALLISON, Conunlionirt Surveyor, - - -Coroner, Infirmary Dtrtctort, H'iiBHioioit"oirEX- Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH G. A. nnGHES, PASTOE, SEEVTCE EVERV Sibbath at 10 o'clock, A.J1, .an17 o'clock,- EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. SERVICES EVEBV OTHEE SABBATH, AT 10 o'clock A M. by Uev. Isaac Culler, babbatb Scliool every Sabbath moraine; "at 9 o'clock. EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. U. P. CHURCH, UEV. W. M. GIBSON', PASTOE. HOURS FOE Service at 11 o'clock, a. ic Sabbath fchool at VJJZ: o Clock, a. m. rraer meeting i miiv lay evening atTJi o'clock PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ttEV.A.S.MILIIOLLAXn.l'ASTOE.JIOES'- iug service at 11 o'clock, babbath school 12 o'clock. Evening serv...

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. — 17 August 1871

. V. ZJXZIS3, E. 3. XHl't, EDITORS XSD FEOrKIETOXS. MiLLEKSDur.G, O., : : Acc. 17, IS71. Republican State Ticket. ft GOVEKNOE, Cen. EDWARD F. NOYES, of Hamilton LlEUTEKXKT-GOVritXOE, JACOB MUELLER, ofCurahosa. SCPEIME JCIXiE. W. H. WEST, f Losan. Tkuscxeb, ISAAC R. WELCH, of Belmnnt. AUDITOR, Dr. JAMES WILLIAMS, of r'ranllin. ATTOEXEV UEXKBAL, FRANK B. POND, f Morgan. ScnooL Covinssioxu. THOMAS W. HARVEY, or Late. Clxee of the SrrRr.ui: Colvi, ' RODNEY FOOS.of Uinton. Boakd or Pcelic ivorss, R. R. HOSMER, of .Muskingum. END OF THE VOLUME. With this number we close the first volume, of the new scries, of the Hepcblicak. In doing so we desire to thank all who have aided us the past year in making the en terprise a success. It was with some fear that we came here and invested what little we had, witli the hope of success in the end. From the en couragement we have received from all directions, we feel that our labors have not been in vain. Our .expen ses have been very heavy, in conse ...

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. — 17 August 1871

HolmesCoimtylleputlican. IiO C J. X-m 1 3IILIXESBCKG, O., : : Aug. 17, 1871 Post-Office Hours. The Post-Ofliee hours from thi dat will he from 6-351. , tolur. m. All mail matter de railed in the outside letter box up to 10-r. win be mailed far next morning g mails OCce oien half boor later on Saturday nights Premium Peaches. Mr. Basil Gorrell will please accept our thants for a basket of most delicious yellow peaches. They were very large and line. Our boys voted him the first on peaches. Public Sale. On Thursday, Aug. 24th, Samuel Tid hall, of Bloomfield, Ohio, will ofTcrat public sale all his farming implements, and a lot of household and Kitchen lur niture. Sale to commence at 30 A. 31. Lost Her Hat. A young lady was walkins up Main street, on Saturday, wearing a light il lusion hat. In passing a corner, a slight blast of wind carried off her hat and it -n-nc Tint until slip hn1 "One some tlis- 1 . - tanee tnai sue uiscovereu 11 -n a. unc. At It Again. Morgan Gaskill left with u?...

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. — 17 August 1871

Fireside Department. The Present Life. The present life is sleeping and waking; it is 'good-night' on going to bed, and 'good-morning on get tins: up; it is to walk in the garden, and see the flowers open, and hear the oirds sing; it is to have post man bring letters; it is to have news from East, West, North and South; it is to read old books and new books; it is to sec pictures and hear music; it is to have Sundays; it is to pray 'with the family morning and evening; it is to sit in the twi light and meditate; it is to be well and sometimes to be ill ; it is to have uu!uii;sa iu uu, uuu iaj iiu it., il. i to have breakfast, dinner- and tea; it is to belong to a town, and have neighbors, and to be in one circle of acquaintance; it1" is to have friends 'to love one; it is to have sights of dear old faces; and with some men it is to. be kissed- daily by the same loving lips for fifty years; and it is to know themselves thought of many times a day, in many places, by children and gran...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 August 1871

County Officials. CovmmFlfai Judge, - Willi. Beed., Probate Judge, - - Tnoiiaa Armor. J'roeeaUing Attorney, C I'. VoOBHLSi,, Counti CUrt, -i Jons S. Orr. Sheriff, fFA Jakes- S. StcCoMU. JLvduor, K - fJoer.rn ILNetttok. Treaearer, t- V JACOB CBXRBtholjieb'. Htcorter, I- ' - -1 W. C McDowell. ft Ae'm Workman. Coxutmonere, - rfifACOB FIBI1ER, ' t 3 (lUS'L IiAUCHXAX. Sirrrsor, - -J JosnrASroXAOLE. Coroner, -V - JlEXEr bHArrEE. i ,JLrI.CELLENALLIfiOX, ifr?wrj"7)i'r,T)Jonx SHARr, 1gJnASniXGI0XCOB'E.. Homi6lMii 1 FoliticaPand Family Journal, JDevoted to the Xnt'oests bfHqjh County, anil. Local. ami General Intelligence. t i Old Series, 5 Xilleksburg",. Holmes. GoulvT3'HSDYj' AcmsT 24, 1871 yojl. xxvni. Homes Co. Republican. Dedicated to the'lnterests of tho Republican Party, to olraes County, and to local and gen eral news. . 1 'l5Sach, White & Cminingluun, - m EDITOB3 AXD PROPRIETORS. OFFICE-Commercial Block, over Mulvane' Dry Goods store. mil :lersbtjrg, oio. Terms of Subscription : ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 August 1871

Holmes County Republican. H. V. a. a. rarx. t.-z. csrsirasix. EDITORS AND rXOrSIETOXS. MILLERSBURG, O. : Acc. 24, 1871. Republican State Ticket. GOTI1ME, Cen. EDWARD F. NOYES.of Hamilton. I-IZUTESAHT-GOVERXOE, JACOB MUELLER, of Cujahomu ScresicE Jcdoz. W. H. WEST, orxopui. TEElSrEIE, I8AAC R. WELCH, of Belmont. AUDITOR, Dr. JAMES WILLIAMS, f Franklin. ATTOEKIT GENEB1L, FRANK B. POND, f Morgan. SCHOOL COIIMISIOSIE, THOMAS W. HARVEY, of Lake. Clebs of the ScrsEVK Court, RODNEY FOOS, of Clinton. Boxed op Pcelic Wobxs, R. R. HOSMER.of Mmtingnm. SENATORIAL DELEGATES. The Republicans of Holmes Co. are requested to meet in convention in Commercial Hall, Jlillersburg, Ohio, Saturday, Sept. 2.1S71, at 5 o'clock p. ji. to appoint delegates to the Senatorial Convention of this district composed of Holmes, Knor, Morrow and Wayne counties, to be held on Wednesday, Sept, Cth, 1871, at Mansfield, Ohio. It is hoped that there will be a good attendance, as there will be other busbessof importance br...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 August 1871

Holmes County Republican. Holmes County Republican. Locals. MILLERSBURG, O. : AUG. 24, 1871. Post-Office Hours. Tbe Post-Office hours from this datctr ill be from 6 -35 A. uM to 10 r. si. All mail matter de posited ia the outside letter box un to 10-30 r. Till be mailed for r.ctt morning mails omcf open hair Hour lateron fsatniMayiii puts CLUB MEETING. Tbe Republican Club will meet in Commercial hall next Saturday ec ning at 7i P M. Xet every Hepub lican that can, turn out. Let lis hare a good meeting, and let "us swell our already respectable list to a much larger number. As there are several other important commit tees yet to be appointed, we desire i-i i j i- a koou .representation irom uie countv. Crowded Out. Several important local facts have been crowded out this week but will appear next week. The original story for IheJiepublican will not ap pear till week after next. Organs. Forarich anirbrilliant'toned instru ment, we knew of no better than the Estey Organ. Mr. Eberliart ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 August 1871

Fireside Department. SWEET REUNIONS. Ota! for the songs of gladncsi. Sweet-sounding through tie air; Ob ! for the no more sadness Of all the ransomed there. . Oh! for the lonp.lonff meeting" Of Jesus with hit ownr Oh! for the loved, loved greeting. Of pilgrims in their home. Oh! fortheIswcctrennion Of friend restored to friend That loved and long communion, "Which never more shall end. Oh! for the life immortal, . Tor bodies like MroTrnrs"3n Ob! for within that portal "Which leads me to nis throne. Oh! for the no more dying The no more oft distrust- ' f 1 3he sweetness thereof lying ' I Fgr ever on tlih reast. JX" J Oh! for the Joy of beinr "Forever with me Lord;" Tne long, sweet Joy of seeing How perfect was his word. 3 Carefulness. To db'nothing' is Tiot alwaj-sj tb4 lose ones time. , lloxtlo wnat wcttlOf? carelessly is to-'ibse-it inevitably. It is weariness without profit Take Time. Pastors, taker, .time: ' Be patient with vonr Deocle. Teach them. Teach i them xautiodfllyi 3 Sco...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 31 August 1871

Terms of Advertising. 1 in.!i in.Kcol)ilxIlXcolJIool turn J0 JiOO noo 10 :i 1 mo 2 mo 3 mo r. i no ymo 1.50 u.UU 050 8J0 40W SOU UX) &50 5JXJ CIJ auu 11.00 13.00 10.00 liJLIJ lUt) 17.50 2.00 SLSO ISO 3J0 t.m coo 8.00 10.00 3.U0 4.00 HUB 1X00 OjUU IIJUU 1CJX) a.ou 25JJ0 9.00 15.U0 aui SS.U) ;UJ0 40.U0 43.00 33J00 liOOliUO 'JWO lj'r. 15.00 1SJJ0 coo co.oo Si Deaths and -M-irri.izo jrratls. Local Notices, first Insertion. 10 rents Kr line; subsequent insertions tt cents iter line, bpecial Notices and Foreign lvcrtisi'cnls lierccnuauaiLionai. Jinsincss Cards, not cxcccdins D,,'PC,C.' ", Administrators' --' iK-mwr .volicOi. County Officials. Common Pleas Judte, Probate Judge. -JYoseevting Attorney, CftHlf Clerk, -bheriif, - - - - - William Rrn- - c r Vooehes. Jons s. USE. - J axes s. McCojiE. - JOSErll Jl.NEWTOX. Jacob CnEunrnouiES. - w.C. jicUoweix. ( AB'K WOBEMAS. Jacob Fisnr.it, (KAN'L JlACOnKAK. - JOSnCAbrOKAGLE. HEKRTSHAFFEE. Auditor, -Treasurer, jcecoraer. Commissioner, Xarveyo...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 31 August 1871

Holmes County Republican. k. w. utjucs, E. 0. TOIT, I. S. CTCSEKEAX. XDITOKS AND rsOPKIETOKS. MILLERSBURG, O. : AUG. 31, 1871. Republican State Ticket. GOVTBKOK, Con. EDWARD F. NOYES.of Hamilton. LlEUTEXAKT-GOVEBXOn, JACOB MUELLER, ofCuyaliosa Supreme Jcdoe. W. H. WEST, of Isan. TKEASCKEE, ISAAC R. WELCH, ofllcliubnt. AUDITOR, Dr. JAMES WILLIAMS, of Franklin. ATTOEXEr Geseeau FRANK B. POND,ri'orsan' SCHOOL COHVISSJOXEK, THOMAS W. HARVEY, of Lake. Cleee of the Scpeejik Cocet, RODNEY FOOS, or Clinton. HOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, R. R. HOSMER.of Muskinguia. FOR SENATOR. JOSEPH C. DEVIN, of Knox. PRIMARY MEETING. The Republicans are requested to meet in Commercial Hall, Satur day afternoon. Sent 2d, at, three mf it.- o'clock, to put in nomination county ticket to he voted for at the coming October election. It is hoped that there will be a good at tendance. By order of County Ccii tral Committee. PRIMARY MEETING. R. K. ENOS, Chairm' n. N. W. LAUBACH, Sec. SPEECH OF HON. JAMES MONROE. We give...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 31 August 1871

Holmes County Republican. LOCALS. MILLERSBURG, O. : AUG. 31, 1871. Post-Office Hours. The rosl-Office hours from this dalcwill Lo from 6-331. it- to 10 r. M. All mail matter tic )Kitcd in the outside letter box up to 10-3) r. ai trill be mailed for next'inorning's mails Office open half hoar later nnSaturdaynijrhts Fireman's Dance. There will be a Fireman's Dance in Town Hall, Jlillersburg, Ohio, FriJar evening, Sept. Sth, 1871. Correction in Premium List. We are authorized to say, that iart of the Premium List of the Fair which says that, where tbern is no competition there will be no premium"' is not correct. Premiums will be given whether there is opis not competition. A Good Stopping Place. When you go to 'Weins'jurjr be .-lire and stop at the hotel kept by Christian Smith. It is a nice comfortable place, ami the accommodations are good. He sets a fine table and endeavors to en tertain bis guests in the bet manner possible. New Clothing Store. S. Marx opened out bis new clothing...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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