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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 18 January 1872

Evenings at Home. Evenings in. nine case? out of ten, gives ns the idea of home. That subtle mixture of personal comfort, of re?t,of family affection, of social enjoyment,of abstraction from the vulvar sides of life, of a tender appreciation of it do mestic poetry, which we call 'home,' seems only to be realized when the bus tle jpf the day isrtlone. The. country parson who'mects.his. family at break fast1, at luncheon, at dinner, who jostles against his -wife "all' the morning, and takes his daughter out for awalk in the afternoon, retiresjiuietly to the solitude of his study when the day goes down. The city merchant, on the other-hand, or the barrister of Llhcoln'jS 'inn; has whirled away to office or chambers a breakfast. table where he lias buried himself in his letters or his paper He spends the day in an arid wilderncs of nedgcra i5r",cascs;' busy, 'hurried. quicktempered, peremptory lawyer or man of business from head to foot. The work has got to be done, and he docs it keenl...

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 January 1872

Terms of Advertising. &eeKeol HcoljKf0 ycoljlcol ajirtton sw.J-J-Wmxo! tun I -fLSO 11110 1T.00 fiJU 6jo i-tso ju.uo 'JfJJ! jiu sa ,11.00 ,13(0 ,JJ t la 5u 1100 lSOT&UJO-"0 Siso in in ki Jio ls.io,I-. sn r.-. ijltUJO jSMO J33JJ0 1-J5 1 00.00 1 iP la.' I wk iD5ai.S0 j Deatniapd .Marriages gratis. Local Xptlees, first .insertion, 10 cents per line, suueoqucni insertions o ccnn per line. ' ! Special Xotices and Foreign AdvertUements pcrceat aoairionat Brttine&s Canls, no .e-tfeSetung Slices, si . Administrators' atorstnl ExectoTs'Xoticc 2. Terms of Advertising. County Officials. Common PUahJudlx. - WlLLIAX ItEED. Probate Judy. - - THOXAS AB1IOK. Protettint Attorney. - O F. Vooehes. Cnntv Cltrt, - - - Jon.tS.OKK. Shtrlf. - - - - Jliir.sS. McCOHB. Auditor, -Treasurer, -ecorder. - Joseph H. xettox. Jacob CBEKKYnoLUEs. - W.C. JIcDoweix. r Ae'm Woexxax. Tacos Fishes, (Oa.N'L JlAUGnif ax. Joshua fcroxAOLi. llEXEV SHAFFER. Surveyor, Coroner, Infirmary Trector9, (ixellex au.i80x, jJ...

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 January 1872

Holmes County Republican. it. L&meB, a- a- ran, T. E. CJSSEHEAH. EDITORS ASD rxtorniETORS. Miixeksbdeq, O., : : Jak. 25, 1872. THE NEW ORLEANS TROUBLE. The statement having been made that the President was oppos ed to an investigation of affairs at New Orleans, he notified the House Committee that he hoped they would proceed at once to New Or leans, and make thorough investi gation of the troubles there. The Committee wili accordingly leave as soon as possible. DELEGATES TO NATIONAL CONVENTION. VENTION. At the Republican National Con ventiontobe held in Philadelphia on the 5th of next June, each State is to be represented by twice as manv delesates as it has Sena tors .and. Representatives in Congress, and each organized tcrri tory is to have two delegates, who shall be entitled to vote. This will give a total delegation of C32 members. A NEW CANDIDATE. The people of Iowa having retired Mr. Harlan from further Senatorial honors, and' made Mr. Allison the recipient of their favor...

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 January 1872

goIttte gratify cgvUxsttr gtHIci?toA Wgtt gttttm? 25, 1872. Holmes County Republican IiOOAIiS, MnikESBURG, O.; r. 25, 1872. Post Office Hours. . " Tlie Tost JJfGce will 'be' open at a. 31. and close at 9 :15 r. m. All letters ,'jmt in the outside box up to 9-30 o'clock win be mailedor next morning's mail False Report. By some means or oilier, the word got circulated throughout the county, that VtbcTsnjill-poxbad broken out Jn Mil Trsburg. A morejare-faced lie never was circulated tlian this-There i not a single'case in the town or'countyaiow nor na?-inere oeen, to.our jtnon leuge. Accident. On Eriday morning last 3Ir. James French, Baggage Master on the noon train, had his, hand so badly mashed while coupling the" cars at) Hudson, that lie was oullgeatoliavcitamputatedjust u above the wrist ioint. It wasiuaieft JOSS. A Hard Fall. Jtr. D. G. Xcwton, one'of tlie pro prietors. of the Fanner ifflce, slipped "and fell, on his way home last Friday evening, breaking the' cap prone of his a...

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 January 1872

Fireside Department. "Suffer the Children to Come Unto Me." It has if Jesus had said to the churcl in every age, "01i,donot come between the children and ile! Throw oien the gates of heaven to the children. Bring all the attractions of truth and love, to win. the little ones for Me." Surely the Church has never realized the im portance of thi sphere of lahor. i?er. A. Hannay. One Sows, Another Reaps. Some months back, one Sunday eve ning! a young woman came to the Tab ernacle. At half-pastsix she was care Jess and unconverted; at nine sue was rejoicing fn Christ. Feeling deeply anxious for the reali ty of this sudden change, I closely questioned her. 'Oh, sir,' she replied. 'will not my dear mother be glad ! Why she has been praying forme for twenty years;'" ' I understood it then. I was only reaping in the field carefully tilled by a loving mother's prayers and tears. Oh, the ministry of prayer,how its power prevails! Take tiie fact of Sunday-school effort, Bible-classes, prayer-me...

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 February 1872

Terms of Advertising. lvrK Strk - .a wkj 1 mo Smo 3 mo 'Omo u9no 1 in. tab' 1A 1EO &0 4.00; tOO 8JXI Jin. SttO 3X0 4.00 6.00 9.00! ,11-00; 10.U0il5.00J 18.00 Xcol tiHO 3-UU .&S0 11CO 15.00 Xcol'HcollXtKco'!looI 4JI SAW ItU 15 3.00. 6.00 '""1K.0U, It iiawliiopli?- i . Notice, first Insertion. 10 cants tier use, auwacajucuk luaciuuus v ecbu per line. Special Kotices and Foreign Aavertiseraenti -a per dcju. auoiuonai . Business Cards,' not exceeding S lines, U Admlaiikifs'.ina Executors' Notices 2 County Officials. Common Plea Suit, Probate Judge, - -froucutlxg Attorney, Count Clerk, - - wiV, - , -Atxirtor, -Treoturer, - - jiecoraer, Commtnionert, Surveyor, - Comer, Injtrmary Director, William Bud. th0ha3 aboe. - c. f. vooehes. john s. ore. - J AXES S. MCCOKB. JOSETH H.XEWTOlfc JACOB CHEERTnOLXES. - W. C MCDOWELL. r AC'K W OBEV1X. Jacob Fishes, (Dan'l Bacohxas. Joshua Smxaole. llEXRT SHAFrEB (LUELLEH ALLISOK, UnHXftHlir. (WASniXGTONCOTES. Railway Time Tables. Railway Time Table...

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 February 1872

Holmes County Republican. , w. ursia, h. s. ran, I. S. CCTBJBttEAlE. XDITOHS iSD TBOrWETOES. Millebsbcbg, O., : : Feb. 1, 1872. AT IT AGAIN. Tweed is at it again. The tele graph has it that he will be on hand at Albany to-day, having secured enough Senators to enable him to ' keep his seat. We had supposed that this 'securing Senators' was at an end so far as Mr. Tweed is con cerned. Does the reform movement in New York mean anything, or is it merely a farce which will gradu ally play itself out and leave Tweed at liberty.'with all his plunder to use in corrupting theiscw York legisla ture and courts, and in working his way to the" kingship of some new Ring? PERSIA. While the smallpox js ravaging so many sections of Christcndom,poor Persia is still suffering from famine. . Organized succor seems to center at .London, and there is need enough of it. The agent of the London Re lief Society at Ispahan telegraphs that ten thousand persons are de pendent upon him for aid. The dai ly deat...

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 February 1872

Holmes County Republican, Millersburg, Ohio, Thursday, February 1, 1872. Holmes County Republican. I O O A. IiS to us well Miixeusbukg, O., : : Feb. 1. 1872. it. Post Office Hours. The Post Office will be open at 7 a. si. and close at 9:15 p. m. AH -letters put In the ontside box tip to 9-30 o'clock vill'be mailed for next morning's mail. is The Weston's Patent. Hi. S. Weston U the patentee of a "Dust Excluding and Ventillating Win dow" for railroad cars, carriages, Ac, which Is certainly a very good Jnvcn- tion ariihwe lioie that It may be Intro duced Snd adopted by our railroad com panies! 'It is so constructed as to give free reula'Uon of air without letting in any dust whatever, ine air canoe made to pass either outward or inward. Something of the kind -is very much needed. , has Mr. rears, We his buried Jiy readers Worth Knowing. Unber of Ohio; whoever takes up an estraj animal sheep, cow, ox, mule, 4c Is required, within three dayR, to make an accurate description of such-anim...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 1 February 1872

[Concluded from First Page.] IRON ORE AND FIRE-CLAYS. I have referred only incidentally to the iron ores and fire-clays of the coun ty, because I have not. yet seen an ana lisig of one of these minerals, but; it is evident that a great abundance and var iety of our native ores can be obtained from all parts of the county, suf ficient, for a very long time, to mingle with and temper the richer ores of the lakes, if they should be brought to the county to be smelted. The fire-clays are apparently of excellent quality tnej would suffice for the manufacture of all the fire-brick and coarse potter?' of the continent for ages. The pottery business is, in some parts of the State, a very important branch of industry, even where the clay and fuel are wagoned some miles to the pot teries, and when the ware is also taken in wagons. to the railroads for shipment, Holmes county will afford many places where the fire-clay and the fuel can be taken out together in quantities practic ally inexhaust...

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 February 1872

Terms of Advertising. 1 in. 2 in. ,'coljcol))ieoljcolj3,-collcol JiOO timitlijOlftOO ts.OU 2vrk 3wk Hit s.so; 3.00 3.UU ITS 4.00, iuo! u!ioj)Oi MO 1 mo 4jo 1 6.00' 800'JOJO Rim saw UJX) 14.00 i7xn 2nio 3 xuo G mo 9 mo 3.50 ! too 4.U0 8.M HJAIjliW' 1X00 15XT) CJOO 8j0 jll.W 20001 55-soi 3.00 1S.U0 lliOO lilO lMujuioo ly'r. 10.00 IlLOO 4 Deaths and Marriages gratis. Local Notices, first insertion, 10 cents iter line; subsequent insertions 6 cents per line. Special Notices anil Foreign Advertisements 15 ler cent, additional. business CanU, BotexccedinSlines, $4. Administrators' and Executors' Notice J5- County Officials. Ctmtntu. rra. JW?-, . Willi AX J'.riD. probat Judge. - - Thomas Armor. rrwetnting Attorney, - C K. VooEul.l. Vaunts Cirri, - JOH S.DKK. Zltrtf. - - - - James 8. HcCOAIE. Auditor. - Joscm II. Newton. Treasurer, - - Jacob CiniBRYHOi.MES. Etconler, ... M'.CMCIloweu. t Cowmiaionert, Surveyor, - -Contner, - infirmary Director, Macob Fisher. (DAK'L llAUOHIf AX. JOSHDA SrONAO...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 8 February 1872

Holmes County Republican. v. v. uxiics, s. s. irani, 5. s. ezvmtsiM. ZSITOBS AXD HKrBIXTOS. Millersbdeg, O., : : Feb. 8, 1872. REVISION OF CONSTITUTION. The people of Ohio decided at the late election to call a convention for the revision of the State Con stitution, and it will be for the Leg islature now in session to fix a time for the election of its members. One of the most important changes proposed relates to the future posi tion of the Governor, and the ques tions whether he is to have the veto power or not, and whether his term of office shall be extended from two to four years, are likely to excite lively discussion. Under the exist ing Constitution the powers of the Governor are of a very limited na ture. Tom Corwin used to say that all the Governor had authority to do was to appoint notaries public and pardon convicts. MONUMENT TO HARRISON. The committee appointed by the Ohio Legislature to take prelimina ry steps toward the erection of a monument over the grave of Gen Ha...

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 February 1872

Holmes County Republican LOCALS Milleksburg, O., : : Feb. 8, 1872. Post Office Hours. The Post Office will be open at a. ii. and clofc at 9 :15 p. u. All letters put in tlie ontsidebox up to 0-30 o'clock will be mailed for nest morning's mail, Death of Mrs. French. On Monday morning, 3Irs. French mother of our townsmen, Eobcrt, Dan iel and John French, died at her late residence in Hudson. Her remains were brought to Millersburg on Monday evening, and were buried on "Wednes day from the residence of her son Col. Daniel French. Death of Mrs. French. Work on the C. Mt. V. & C. R. R. Work on the Sailroad Is progressing finely. The cut at the Summit will be finished by Thursday or Friday of this week. Wm. Duncan will finish his c-ontract in two or three weeks, when the road-bed will all be finished except the trestle work, through to Mt. Ver non. Music. Show us the family where good music is cultivated, where the parents and children are accustomed often to mingle their 'voices toge...

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 February 1872

BY-GONE DAYS. I'm thinking of the school-home, Neil, And studied Webster's spellinc-book -ivnere wesatsiaeoy iy Anillausnedoerlillpmsriue; And traded jack-knives nowand thf n When not engaged iiuplaj. And got onr jackets nicely warmed. How often I'll not say. I'm thinking of the roadside green, Of every tree and nook, And hewlhe sultry hours of noon We swam In Pantry Brook; Andrhenupon the casement fame The ruler's tattoo loud, I loir each of us. In passing iu. Took off his hat and bowed. I'ratliinkfng o7 the benches rude. And desks so broad and steep. On which we left our antograph? In letters wide anddeep; And where our first new writin jr-liool, So free from stain and spot. We soon adorned on ererr page. With many an off-hand blot. I'm thinking of the old slough,' Xed, And IU waters dark and cool; In which we bathed our sunburnt feet, While on the way to school; And where the yocthfnl tadpoles lay. In spring-time, many a score. And golden lillies richly bloomed iDSnmmer.near the ...

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 February 1872

Terms of Advertising. 1 In-Jin- XcolJ tfeol Vco'jlcol lwk Jl-OO L5o! 1240 5.00 s.-a 4J50 MHO 5JK) 6.00 8.00 11.00 13.00 fG-00 10 Iwt 3wtl 1.50 2.00 3JQ :luo 4.1U 5.(0 X0 10.00 li.OO 12 . 14 8.UU 1 mo 2 mo 3 mo C mo 9 mo 3.U0 10.00 13J0 1510 14.00 - :s 25 4-00 COO 17.00, 4.00 coo! 6.00' 11.00 20.00 35-50 atuliioo SOU) 28.00 2U 45 12.09 IS.00 15.00 18.00 121J0 4O00 -00 65 Hi 2iO0 35.00 60X0 Deaths tnd Slarrfajet gratis. . Local Notices, first insertion, 10 cents per lice ; suDseqacntinseriion o cenu per line. Special Kotiocs and Foreign Advertisements llusiuess Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, $1. rAdml'nUtrjitors' ailllrectttorV Notice 2 Terms of Advertising. County Officials. C'otm Pleat Jujge, - "WILLI AST Rezd. . J-rooaUJudge . - XnovAS.ABHOx. PiweeMtlna Attorney, - C t'. V00KHX8.t County Clert, - JonxS.ORE.; HierlJ', J - - JlMEJb. JIcCoWB. Auditor, - - - Joseph H. Newton. Treasurer, - - JACOB CnERBTHOLxrs. Recorder, ... W. C MCDOWELL. ( AB'il WORISIAX. CoutmUtUintn, - 5-JiCOB FlSHEB...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 15 February 1872

Holmes County Republican. a. v. Lirsics, 2. a. whitx, EPITOEB AND FKOrKIrrOXfl. MiLLEKSBcr.0,0., : : Feb. 15, 187 TO PATRONS OF THE "REPUBLICAN." "With this issue, my interest as -one of-the editors and proprietors of the. Republican" ceases. In tak ing leave of the many kind friends of this paper, I do so with consid erable reluctance, from the fact that my association with the paper and you, as well as Messrs. White fc Cunningham, have been of such a nature as shall always bring to mem ory many pleasant thoughts. Cir cumstances over which I have no control make this change necessary. It may he well to state, however, .right here, that the business is not sufficient to warrant three partners with a view of making much money, which is in part one of the reasons of withdrawal. If, however, the friends will stand by the new firm as they have stood by us thus far, the future of the Kepcblicax and its present proprietors will be bright. As Messrs. White fc Cunningham have assumed additi...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 15 February 1872

Holmes County Republican DO OA Xi S . Miu-eksbuko, O., : : Feb. 1". 1872. New Advertisements. A. Mellott Local. J. Caskey Locals. Mitt National Hank. Clark & Sons IxcaU. J. SI. Robinson Lavr. Jj. K. lloagland Lair. ?ushua ttponagle Coal. II. Genu House and Lot. A. 6. Ilerenden JtCo. Kurnituifi. ;eo. P. Jtoicell i Co Miscellaneous French, ?teel 4 McCnllocli Lumlier, Ac. Post Office Hours. The Post Office -will be open at a. M. and close at 3 :15 r. M. All letters put in the outside box up to 9-30 o'clock will be mailed for next morning's mail. Call and Settle. Mr. X. V Lanbach will remain Iicre a week or so, to settle up accounts and can be found in the sanctum of the KepcblioiN- office from S a. m. to 8 r. i From Friday to Saturday noon of tlii week, and from Monday noon, of the balance of next week. Just So. Eternal vigilance is the price of lib erty, but $2 Is the price of the Repub lican' for one year, and insures happi ness to every family it visits. Quarterly Meeting. The M...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 15 February 1872

Fireside Department Harmony Among Teachers. 'My teacher is mad at yours,' said a little girl, on her way from Sunday- school. 'She came right by our class, anil Mis' M sjwke to lior, but fhe wouldn't answer ' 'I guess she didn't hear.' 'Yes, she did, she looked real mad.' The little speakers pas-cd on. I hope the teachers were -oinevhere near, so that the incident could impres-i them as it did me. How are they to win their scholars to loving Jeu, if they forget that lie told them to love one another' QUERIST. SPIRIT OF THE RELIGIOUS PRESS. How to Get a Reward. Tha Pulpit and the Pen thus discours es on the method of semiring a revi val: The pastor cannot fail who under-"-stands how to develop the powers of his-people. 'I envy Dr. S more than any other minister in New York,' said the late Dr. Alexander; 'for - he has the art of keeping all his jieople at work.' It is a rare art, and one acquir ed by prayer and experience. The most effectual way to make a; working church is to feed th...

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. — 22 February 1872

Terms of Advertising. tin.! Sln.lJ,'col .UCJ.1 Kcol JlCOl Icol lwkl iwk Swk 1(2-00 i"5 fLOO 5-00 6.0O 8.00 11 oo 1100 t&oa B.00 f&oo 10 12 ZMI 2J0 3.UU 3.7S L50 L50 &30 4.W SJJO too 8.50 10.00 S.O0I 2J0 4.00; too SUM 1S-00 li.00 1WO II 1 ma 2 mo 3 mo Grao s mo 3.0U 4.00; coo 9i i 10.00 13.00 15-00 isui 15 so C5 11M 1GJM 3.00 120.00 160. 13X0 SOU) 23.00 iltCOllilO I5.00!IS.OO 40-00 10.00 2&00 iSo.00 00.00 Deaths and" Marriages jrratis. Local Notices, first insertion, 10. cents per line; suusequcm insertions V cenu per line. Special Notices and Foreign' Advertisements j K r cent, auamonai. liusiness Cards, not exceeding $ lines, $4. AdminLtrators and Executors' Notices IS. County Officials. I'wMiJ'Ini Judgt, - William Rtx.o. l'rx&ate Judge. - - Tbomab Aimoe. JYoteenting Attorney, - C F. VOOBBEa. Vomit curt, - Jonxa. oee. .lirrif. u . - - JAIIES&MCCOK. Auditor. - - - Joseph II. Xitios. Treattrer, - - JACOB I'HEKKYHOLXES. Xtcvnltr, ... V. C. JICDowriA. r AB'X WOR...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 22 February 1872

Holmes County Republican. II. G. While, T. B. Cunnlngh m, EDITORS AND rKOrMITOXi. Milixesbueg.O., : : Feb. 22, 1872. CONGRESS, During the past week the resolu tious of Sumner about the sale of arms-toJErance, has been debated fully on both, sides in the Senate. The members were generally get ting'tired of the debate and were anxious tc have the question put so that an investigation might be enter ed into. SEVENTY-FIVE PER CENT. WHISKY TAX. The Commissioner Revenue in Tenlv to the answer of the Ways and Means Committee about Exing a uniform' tax on whis ky has recommended a tax of seven ty cents per gallon. This is five cents in addition, to the present tax as collected under existing laws. Dawes, who has charge of this meas ure, is arranging a bill, and expects to have if ready to report this week. AND STILL ANOTHER. A certiQcate has been filed in the ollicc of the Secretary of State at Columbus, incorporating the Cleve land and Youngstown Railroad Co., with a" capital of $3,000,000...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 22 February 1872

Holmes County Republican Miixersbuhg, O., : : Feb. 22, 187: Post Office Hours. The rost unicc.wHl be open, at a. m. and close at 9:13 p. m. All letters put In the outside box up to 9-30 o'clock will lie mailed for nest morning's mail Agricultural. There will be a meeting of the Board of Managers and other officers of tlie Holmes County Agricultural Society, on Saturday the 21th Inst, at 1 o'clock r. m. Atco ting to be held in the Clerk' Office. The 22nd at Wooster. Great preparations have been made for a grand celebration of Washington' Birthday, at 'Wooster (to-day) Thursday. Hon. IVm. Dcnnison, Gov. Xoyes, an Hon. James Monroe will be there to address the people. A large wigwam has been built for the occasion. Every Republican who can go, should be there. Let Her Go. The young lady who rises early, rolls up her sleeves and walks into the kitch en to get breakfast or assist in so doing, and afterwards with cheerlulness and sunny smiles, puts the house in order without the assistanc...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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