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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 14 December 1871

Fireside Department. Three Cent's Worth of Conscious. scions. 'John,' said I to the waiter the other morning. "I am going to makret, and shall buy a basket of peaehei: and I want you to pay for them when they are sent to the house." On returning home, I inquired of Jonn u the peaches had been scat. He said they had, and that he paid the boy who brought them seven shilling8,which was the pricejhe ask cd, 'Seven shillings!' I answered.- I engaged them for six, and I know that the man whom I bought them was not a man of two prices. I am ajfraid the boy who brought them added the other shilling, that be might mate something for himself. A few days after, I told John the sam that I should send home basket of peachcrs, and I wished him to pay for them. When I en gaged the peaches for six shillings,! asked the man if he delivered them free of charge, and he answered, he did, he kept a boy on purpose to run errands. When I came home, I inquired of Jonn it the peaches and been sent He said t...

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 December 1871

Terms of Advertising. lin.lSIn.Ij.'colji,'colJ'llJ'lXcollcol lwk n-oo. 2XO $3.00 SLOO (6X0 J8.00 no 15 1 II 4X0t5X0 2Wt lt lmo Smo 3mo Gmoj 9mo ly'r- 2.UU i50 too 400 6.00 9X0 3.UI 650 1U.UO 2.00 iM S-50 4.00 ax 5.00 CXO 6X0 8X0 (15.00 800 18X0 13X0 15 00 125X0 14.00 17.00 " 15 &50 11X0 23 25 45 .65 80 11.00 1SX0 a.oo 1S.0O 150.00 35J0 1100 15X0 1SX0 91X0 2100 1100; 15X0 40X0 45.00 10X10, 23X0 fesxo 60.00 Deaths and Marristres crstii. Local Notices, first insertion, 10 cents per line; subsequent insertions t cents per line. Special Notices and Foreign Advertisements filler GUlk WJUIWUU Business Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, H Administrators' and Executors Notices f3. County Officials. ComimonPleae Judge, - WILLIAM RKED. Probate Judge, - - Tnoxxs ABKOK. Pronecuting-Attornry, - W. VOOKHIS. County Clerk, - - - 40HHS. ORB. Sherlf, - - - - J AXES S. McCOHB. Auditor, - - - JOSEFB H. SltTTOX. Treaturtr, - - JACOB CnEEETBOLKtS. Becorder, - - - W.C McDowell. e AB'K WOBIKAK. Coiiaktaimert...

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 December 1871

HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN. a. v. umss. s- o. vniz. XDitona ad rsorwrroES. Milixesbubg, O., : : Dec. 21, 1871. 1872. 1872. Great Inducements. The"Republican" The"Republican" For 1872. The"Republican" For 1872. Now is the Time to Subscribe Tho Eepublicax is a thirty-six column paper, and with the contcm plated changes which will be made January 1st, 1872, will contain as much reading matter as any county paper in the State. It is devoted to News, Literature, Politics, Agricnl ture and Commerce, and advocates the principles of the Republican party. It is opposed to corruption in, onr public offices, whether in the Democratic or Republican party, and favors reform wherever needed. As the Presidential campaign is near at hand, which will undoubted ly be an exciting contest, every fam ily should have the Republican. We offer, tho following induce ments for new subscribers. The"Republican" For 1872. Now is the Time to Subscribe Subscribtion Price--&2.00 per year. in Advance. Premiums to...

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 December 1871

HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN LOCALS. Millebsbdko, O., : :Dec. 21, 1871 Post Office Hours. The Post Office will be open at a. u. and close at 9 :15 p. u. All letters put in the outside Jox up to 9-30 o'clock will be mailed for next morning's mail, The DeposHorj- Of the Holmes conntj- Bible Society may be found at the Shoe Store of A, Shrimplin, Millersburg, O. 17tcJ H. C. L. D. A. The attention of par readers is direc ted to an advertisement in another column headed "Holmes Co. Xiquor Dealers' Association. To Let or for Sale. M. Shoup offers for rent or sale the dwelling formerly owned by Abraham Brtnginger, sitnated onJTorth Washing ton street. Terms easy, lorparticu lars call on Mr. Shoup. Canvassing. James Tidball and John F. Lore canvassed their School District, which is really a small one, and get about twenty dollars in money for the suffer ers in the northwest. Several of the people of said District having contrib uted twice before for the same object. This is an example for other...

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 December 1871

Fireside Department. Fireside Department. Stop a Minute. BY MSS. F. D. GAGS. There arc a million in this coun try that do sometimes get a little drunk. Sixty thousand of these "Will die before the year goes-round of the effects of intemperence. They will have delirium tremens.they will fall in the streets, they will stumble into dangersi and death, they will get drowned 'in the sea and the rir crs, they will die of palsy, of apo plexy, of sunstroke, of cholera, of fevers, where life would have gone on if they had been healthy and so ber. They will murder and be mur dered.they will commit snicide,they will break the hearts of mothers, wives, and daughters, who will die of blighted hope, shame, and mad ness, and all these shall swell the number of victims, until a hundred thousand shall be counted as the sacrifice of every year to the dram- fiend. A hundred thousand a year as many as tue war took from us victims! And what good comes or it Answer me, young man, what good comes of it? '...

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 December 1871

Terms of Advertising. jl ln.ll In-IXeolIxcollKMllKco' jXco'Ilcol lwk S-wk Swk n-oo jtoo (3X0 4.00 too !6J IS.00 1.3U 2.00 i50 ISO 4.00 (Ltt) saw sow COO 8-00 tJM 8.00 IIUJU ISO 3.00 4.00 coo! 9.00 3.75 4J0 6J0 &S0 12.00 14.00 lino 2 mo 3 mo 6 mo 9mo ly'r. 10J 11:00 ,1X00 ,20-00 1X00 15 00 2LO0 40.00 17.00 11J0O 20.00 50. 1100 15.00 taw 1!M 15.00 a-ootsioo 2i00 35.00 10.00 45.00 CO .00 ! Deaths and M arris ires trrati. Local Notices, first insertion, 10 rents per line; subsequent insertions o cents per line. Special Notices and Foreign Adi ertisements s per ecu i- auamoou . Business Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, U. Administrators' and Executors Notices J3, County Officials. Common I'luJis', - WILLIAJ4 KEID. Probate Judae, - THOMAS -AJUIO.-ProuaUlng Attorney. - li F. Vooehis. Coaxtv Clerk, - - - Jons S-Osa. JSUrt. - - - - JAXESS. JlCCOHJt. Auditor, - - - Josirn It. Newiox. Treasurer, - - JACOB tBKBrttUJJa. Recorder, - w. c mcuotiij- Conakiaionert, Vrirnn PranFR. (DXS'L BACOHMAN. S...

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 December 1871

Holmes County Republican. T. B. KSSS3SUI. ibitoes iD rsorwrroM. Miiaebsbcbo, O., : : Dec. 28, 1871. 1872. Great Inducements. The "Republican" The "Republican" For 1872. The "Republican" For 1872. Now is the Time Subscribe The Republican is a thirty-sis column paper, and with the contem plated changes which will be made January 1st, 1872, will contain as much reading matter as any county paper in the State. It is devoted to News, Literature, Politics, Agricul ture and Commerce, and advocates the principles of the Republican party. It is opposed to corruption in our public offices, whether in the Democratic or Republican party, and favors reform wherever needed. As the Presidential campaign is near at band, which will undoubted ly be an esci ting contest, every fam ily should have the Republican'. Wo offer the following induce ments for new subscribers. The "Republican" For 1872. Now is the Time Subscribe Subscription Price--$ 2.00 per Year, in Advance. Premiums to the Getter Up of Cl...

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 December 1871

Holmes County Rspublican Millebsbubo, O., : :Dec 2S. IS71, Post Office Hours. The Post Office will be open at x. it. and close at 9 :1 3 r. m. All letters put in the outside box up to 0-30 o'clock will be mailed for next morning's mail. Dedication. The New Reformed Church of Woos ter, Ohio, will be dedicated next Sun day, Dec. 31, 1871. All friend? are in vited to attend. Able ministers will lie present. The church is a magnificent structure. Notice. Is hereby given that the annual meet ing of the stockholders of the Millers burg Machine Company, will lie held at the office of the Company, 3Ionday, 2 o'clock P. M., Jan. 1st. "72, for the election of five Directors for the ensu W. W. RENFREW, Clerk. Dr. J. H. Jones, The celebrated Blind Doctor will a"ain visit Wooster on the -Ith & 5th of next January. Though this will bo only his fifth visit he has over 135 cases, all of whom lielias under fair way of speedy cure. The Doctor cannot be beat on Chronic diseases. Have you asthma?' ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 28 December 1871

Fireside Department. Laugh. Laugh, boys! a hearty, joyous, riging laugh, that sends the blood gayly coursing along the veins and arteries, giving life and vigor to every nook and corner of the system 'Laugh and grow fat,' and plump, like the gay lambs that frisk and gambol on the hillside in the joyous spring, or like the rollicking kittens as they roll and tumble on the mat, as if to show their proud mother, sitting near and watching their movements, and how easily and naturally they learn their first !es sons in cat gymnastics. Laugh; but you need never indulge in a course horse laugh, a simple roar, remind ing one of the braying of a donkey or a steam-wmstle! Laugh like a boy, a wide-awake, stirring boy, one ready for business, labor, crranas; ready to bring a pail of water for mother, gather flowers for sister, or any honest and useful labor, physic al or mental. Laugh, but not sim ply to make a noise, or because it is expected thus you will, but because you can not help it; bec...

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 January 1872

Terms of Advertising. 1 in. two' Sjn.lXcol .-'coi! fccc-l J'col Jfco1 lcol taoo "Ho 10.00 itoo urn .is 17.00 20.00 35.M 50. 00.00 tiOO ftoo SVrk -100 .SL50I "-JJW 80 5JO0 6.00 8.00 11.00 13.00 5.00 MO 10.00 1 BIO 2 mo 3 mo C mo 9 mo ly'r. a50 -LOO 6.00 8.50 ;iioo 4.00 0.00 8.00 10.00, 11.00 15X0 S.001 15.00 16JM 20.00 128.00 iltJOO 15.00 15.00 21.00 2200 40.00 18.00 "O.00 4i00 Deaths and Marriages gratis. ixjcai .-.ouces,mrsc Insert ion, .10 cents per suustiiucuiuucruuiu u cfms per line. Special Notices and Foreign Advertisements S3 licr cent additional. Business Cards, not cxcccdin-rS lines, tl. aminplStori'iiid Executors Xoticcs fa- County Officials. Common Pleat Jrut'je, I'robatt Jujtff, -Prosecuting A ttorney. WILLIAM REZD. THOMAS ARMOR. T li-K. VoOBIIES. uounzy Uierc, Sktrif. l- Jons' & UKK. -V - Jinn & McOoMir. Auditor. - Trtaturtr, - - - JostrE H.MTTO.V. Jacob Cherrtholmes. f.ecorarr, Commiulonert, Surveyor, i Coroiter, - W. U. MCUOWZLL. ( AE"M W OEEMAX. 'JACOB FISHER...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 4 January 1872

Holmes County Republican. K. UmO, ' E. B. TOU, s. r. erasosBUL xditobs axd raonuzTORS. Miixeesbdeg, O., : : Jan. 4, 1872. 1872. 1872. Great Inducements. Great Inducements. The "Republican" Great Inducements. The "Republican" For 1872. Great Inducements. The "Republican" For 1872. Now is the Time to Subscribe. The. Republican is a thirty-six column paper, and will contain as much, reading1 matter as any county liaper.in the State. It is devoted to News, Literature, Politics, Agricul ture and Commerce, and advocates the principles of the Bepublican party.! . It is opposed to corruption in.onr public oftlces, whether in the Demqcratic or Republican party, ana ravors rerorm wnerever neeaea. As the Presidential campaign is near at hand, which will undoubted ly be an exciting contest, every fam ily should have the Republican. We offer the following induce ments for new subscribers. Great Inducements. The "Republican" For 1872. Now is the Time to Subscribe. Subscribtion Price--$2.00 per Ye...

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 January 1872

,1 Holmes County Republican IiO OALS. Milixesbueg, 0., : : Jak. 4. 1872, Post Office Hours. The Post Office will le "open at 7 a. m. and close at .9:1 5r. m. All letters put in the outside box up to 0-30 o'clock will he mailed for next morning's mail School Notice. The Schools will open aain on Wed nesday morning, the thin day of Janu ary. Let all be punctually on hand. CHAS, LOUIS LOOS, Supt. Furniture. We call special attention to the new advertisement of S. CIoe. He offers great inducements in furniture. Call and see him. Rooms over New Hard ware Store.' Personal. A. S. McClure, Esq., of the 'Wooster Republican, and C. 31. Vocum, Esq., of "Wooster, were in town on TucsdayJook- ing alter some law cases. They called upon us and reported things all right in Wooster. Not Till Next Week. J. E. Koch, jr., handed us a new ad vertisement for this issue, but it must necessarily goovcr till next week. Don't let this'hinder you from calling at his ftorc, for you will be surprised to see hU ...

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 January 1872

What a Good Newspaper May Do. Show us an intelligent' family of boj-; and girls, and we will show you where newspapers arc plenty. Nobody who lias been without these silent, private tutors, can know their educative power. How important, then to secure these which tend only to good. Anything which- makes home pleasant, cheerful and chatty, thins the haunts of vice. and thousand and one avenues of temp tation should be regarded, when we consider its influence on the minds of ihfi i-.-. a t-. .iijruuii, as a great myiai aim wiat messing.1; t, A Sensible Woman. A western lady, in writing to the Des Moines Segisterflti the woman ques tion, says : 'You may look at this mat. ter in what ever light you will, but simmer it down,and it is but a quarrel with the Almighty that we are not all men.' The woman who said that is a sensible woman. If married, she is a crown to her husband, and if any one adds. 'c, ten shillings,' we shall not dis pute the reckoning.. God made every- tl,:;iL,..i:-..i....

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. — 11 January 1872

Terms of Advertising. jlin-jSIc! Xcol 4 col XCOljXCOlj Xco' lcol lis 1 wt'JIJO 1.50! 2ivt 1.50 2.(0 $2.00 ItZM .oo 5.00 coo 800 11.00 13.00 (COO fS.00 110X0 12.00 14.00 H 2000 M. 63.00 3.UU 8.75 8j0 4.W JLOO r,m 6.3) lliO !C00 S Wki 4.00 50 . n rnl o m MX) 10.00 13JJO rmo 8 mo 6 mo 9 mo coo -9.O0 n)i 15.00 2i00 40.00 toJ coo 20AO 15.03 iaoo 21.00 SUM 28.00 33.00 iyr. 10.00 I5.ooj: Dm t'JS and Marriages gratis. - local Xoiiccs,, first insertion, 10 cents per :jccii I Koikes:1 cC "foreign .Advertisements w cviii iuiu-tioaai. linaliessO dg-gSOtcrccCkingS'inesfl- Administsitors!.2-nd E-tcntrs Polices $2.. County Officials. Common Pleat Judge, - WILLI! Used. Prolan Judge, - - Thomas Aemoe. Proecuting Attorney, - C F. VOOBHES. County Clerk, Jnnv s. Orb.. Slcerif, - v Auditor, - -7'rtumrfr, O -Recorder, CommUtionert, Surveyor, - -Coronary .- - - JaVESS. MCCOUE. ; - Jo3Ern 11. Xetiok. Jacob Cseestiiouces. - W. C McDowell. ae'k worshax. Jacob Fishes, (das'!, baijghxax. - JOSniTASrONAGLE. IlE...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 11 January 1872

Holmes County Republican. K. W, 1ACUS, H. 0. VBSX. T. 2. BTSHHaUI. zsitobs xxd raorEiETOES. Milixbsbcbg, O., : : Jax. 11, 1872. 1872. 1872. Great Inducements. The "Republican" The "Republican" For 1872. The "Republican" For 1872. Now is the Time to Subscribe Tlic. Republican is a thirty-six column paper, and will contain as much reading matter as any county paper in the State. It is devoted to News, literature, Politics, Agricul ture and Commerce, and advocates the principles of the Republican party. It is opposed to corruption in our public offices, whether in the Democratic or Republican party, and favors reform wherever needed. As the Presidential campaign is near at hand, which will undoubted ly be an exciting contest, every fam ily should have the Republican. . Wu ullei the following miliice- mcnts for new subscribers. The "Republican" For 1872. Now is the Time to Subscribe Subscribtion Price--$2.00 per Year, in Advance. Premiums to the Getter Up of Clubs. For a Club of FIVE, a...

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. — 11 January 1872

Holmes County Republican ZiO C.IjS , JIlLLEBSBUKC, O., : Jax. 11; 1872. Post Office Hours. The Po3t Office will be open at a. u. and close at 0 :15 p. . All letters put in the outside bos up to &-30 o'clock will be mailed for next morning's mail, Found. A lady's purse, containing a small amount of uionoy, near the Disciple church, a few days ago. The owner can have it by calling at the Post-office and describing it. Presentation. Presbyterian Sunday School of fillers burg, on last Sabbath, presented the Superintendent Robert Justice, a "Cer tificate of Life Membership of the Holmes County Bible Society, as a to ken of their regard for him. Tears and Laughter. God made both tears and laughter, and both for kind purposes; for as laughter enables mirth and surprise to breathe freely, so tears enable sorrow to vent itself patiently. Tears hinder sor row from becoming despair, and laugh ter is one of the very privileges of reason. Fair Grounds Leased. belonging to Messrs.Duncan have ...

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. — 11 January 1872

Fireside Department. "Just for Fun." So said a gay young lady who in com- nany with pleasant friends was wa'k- ing one Summer day near the railway in a Canadian city. The train was comintr. Nearer and nearer it thunder- ed along its way toward the depot. The thoughtless 'girl proposed crossing the track in front of it 'just for fun." With auick ciaculations of alarm her friends pleaded with her to desist from so dan- gerous an adventure.but paying no heed their entreaties, in a mere spirit of frolic she sprang upon the track, her dress caught in the ponderous engine, and In another moment the fair and be-1 loved form lay a mangled, crushed, and lifeless mass under the relentless iron wheels. These gay Words were her last, she never spoke asrain. We have seen the young,man leave his country home, and all the hallowed associations of parents and sisters, whose affections were twined about him. to seek employ- ment in the crowded city. A good situ- ation was procured nis prospects were...

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. — 18 January 1872

Terms of Advertising. jl in-jS iiu!;colI4'colTicolf Vco!i'lcoI 1 wkj 2wkj C vk Imo 2 mo 3 iuu C mo 9mu lyr. ILSO! auu uvi -u cm , tor, ISO i3) ZJOO, 3-S siw- G.00 4J0j (UK) SUO laou 1W 14.00 sow 150. 4.00 un tool aa i none III 11.00 13.00 xoo ISiATO 13.00 iuu 1&00 uuo 25.1)0 coo sua 1(I015J00 sun 40.00 iu.oo isaoiisuo 2X00 45.00 00.00 Jc.-Uland Marriages gratis. Local Notices, first insertion, 10 cents per line; saubequenfc insertions v ccnu 't-r une. Special Notices anil Foreign Advertisements per cent, auouionau -,1'usincss Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, U. Administrators.' and'Executors Notices $2 County Officials. Co,um 'leas J udge, Probate Jtdge. -- rrofCHtitiQ A ttorney, Ctmntv Cirri; - William Heed. Thohas Armor. - c f. voorhks. Jons s. orb. Zhenjr, A udttor. - J axes S. McCoue. - JosEru ILNEWTOX. Jacob Cherst-holves. - Y. C MCDoffELL. ( Ar'h WoniHAX. Jacob Fisher, (dak'l bacghxax. - JOSnDA&rONAOLE. 1IEXRY SHAFFER. Jiecurtfer. Commit toner, , Surteyor, Coroner, Infirm...

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. — 18 January 1872

Holmes County Repuljlican. H. W. UOBACS. H. 8. TOI5I, s. e. eraxmsgut. XDIT0B8 AXD rSOrKIETORg. ilu-LEKSBCKQ, O., : : Jax. 18, 1872. THE PROJECT FOR A NEW CABLE. The press generally approve of a new cable from the English coast to that.of JheJUiiited Jtates, and also that the cheaper rates than those of the present lines' will bo an incen tive to the bnsiuess community and the press of both countries. ALASKA. ,The purchase of Alaska has been ridiculed as the most absurd blun der of the century. But a writer in irarptfs'ifonthhj gives figures to prove that the government has al ready received a revenue of two millions, from that 'block or ice, or eight per cent, upon its investment Although' Alaska was not purchased solely as a pecuniary speculation it is gratifying to have such strong proor tliat 'it pay's." CONFLICTING REPORTS. Th'6' conflicting' reports as to the steamer Florida having been board ed, Jy the Spanish war steamer, are set at rest by sworn statements of the oflicers a...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 18 January 1872

Holmes County Republican IiO CAIiS . Mn.LEnsBL-KO, 0., : : Jax. 18, 1872. Post Office Hours. Tho Post Oflice will be open at .a. m. and close at 0 :15 v. si. All letters put in the outside box up to 9-30 o'clock will be mailed for next morning's mail Death of Jacob Uhl. Mr. Jacob Ulil, an old citizen of thi' county, died at Ins residence, a few miles east of Millersburg, on 3Ionday morning. He was buried on Tuesdav at 10 o'clock. 3Ir. Uhl has been a resi dent of Holmes county for about llfty rears. The Week of Prayer. The. week of Prayer, which closed on Saturday evening last, was pretty gen erally observed throughout the country. In many places there was a deep relig- ous feeling pervading all the exercises, In Fredericksburg the Interest was great, we are told, the manifestations of the Holy Spirit's influence being pow- erful. Personal. Dr. S. Jones, of Clinton, Henry Co. Missouri, has been visiting some of his friends in this county ,-and also, favored us with a call. The Dr. lo...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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