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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 22 February 1872

OUT. Out or tbe darkness into the light. Out or the shadow into the tun, Xevcr a day inore fair and bright, " Than this glad day that has justkegnn. Sever a fairer sunlight smiled. Tinging the mountain tops with old. Never a sweeter songbegniled. Than the f ong to my waiting heart Just told. Flowers and their Culture. BY M. B. BATEHAM AND J. VICK. One of the greatest wants of this age and country is floppier hornet for the people. This want is especially mani fest among our rural population, a? a means of- counteracting the spirit of unrest and discontent, and the thirst for wealth and display, which is luring so nianyyoung men and womeu to lor sake their country homes for the ex citements and follies of city life. Of all the means for making home attractive, flowers are among the best. 'Jlieyare inexpensive, require hut little ikilLand labor for their produetion,and their culture affords pleasing and halth ful recreation for the female and young er members of the household. The lov...

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. — 29 February 1872

Terms of Advertising. 1 in. sin.lj.-coi; ,-coHXcol 5.'col ,'co'jlcol 1 wk Svrt! 1 mo i mo 3 mo Giuo a mo ly'r. i.soToo t&oo t&no $io OJO 8JJ0 10X0 nun 24X) 150 2JS0 ITS 3J1 CM 4.110 1 CM tOOl SM Qdn'tlnt SJOOj too 1L00 14X0 17X0 II 6.00 11JJ0 1M 8.00 15 M 43 8U 11.00 13.00 13.00 tain 4U.U0 45.00 4X0 coo 8.0J torn !sojo ili.U0ll5.U0 15.UOI18.U0 SLUO 28.00 35J S3J 60.00 Deaths and Marriages gratis. Local Notices, first insertion, 10 cents per line; subsequent insertion; o cents per line. Special Notices and Foreign Advertisements .1 .t r . : . l - Business Cards, not exceeding: lines, M. Administrators' and Executors Notices f i. County Officials. Comumn Pleat Judge, - Willi Air BriD. Prolate Judge. - - THOBAS AHMOE. Proeting Attorney, - L.K.1IOAGLAKD. Count) Clert, - - J0HSS.O1I. zhrrlf, - - - - James S.MCCOM. Auditor, - . - Jos Era II. NCTTTOS. Trcaturer, - - .IACOBCHERRYHOLHEB. Jlrrolfr, - V. C JICIKJ1TELU ( AB tf WOIIXAK. Jacob Fishee, (Hasi'l Bacghuax. Joshua feroKAOLE. I...

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. — 29 February 1872

29, 1872. Holmes County Republican. II. G. TYIiito, T. B. Cnnningham, ISIT0K3 XSB FEOrEIEtOES. JMiueksbueg.O., : : Feb. 29, 1872. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. Tlie State Republican Central Committee having fixed onlfcdnes day, the 27th day of March next, for holding the annual State Con 'vShtion. nt f.nliimVms. for nominat- inr rinrtiilntj(i for Secretary of State, Judge of the Supreme Court, and Member of the Board of Pub lic Works, fcc the Republicans of Holmes County, being entitled to two delegates in said convcntion,are net! to meet at one o'clock P. M., on Saturday the 16th day of March, 18i2, at Commercial Hall, in the town of Millersburg, for the puri)ose of appointing said dele gates; and if thought best that said delegates be appointed with the view to the appointment (in con junction with like delegates from the other counties composing the IStli district) of district delegates to the National Republican convention to be held at riiiladelpuia, on "Wednesday, the 5th day ...

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. — 29 February 1872

Holmes County Republican Xj o c -a. s . Millersucug, O., : : Feb. 29, 1872. Post Office Hours. The Post Office will be open at a. ji. and close at 9:15 p. M. All letters put in the outside box up to 9-30 o'clock wiir be mailed for nest morning's mail On and after ler Shop will 2Siv2 MJvrh tli&JCth fje closeVpn ay my Bar nday. 3f."Smo.v. Wanted. A live and Energetic young man about 18 to 20 yeaVs'onl, that wishes to learn the mercantile tmsines9 mus! come well recomniendeH. .ddress ini' mediately? --"""v, 2Siv2 . BentonynohneYco. O. Send your Names. AVc hope that our correspondents will bear in mind once for all thatrwe pub lish no communication whatever, unless accompanied by the name'of the writer, not for publication, but' as a guarantee of jrood taith. Why Not! Why don't some live lady or gentle man in the different townships in this county take the matter in hand and write up the doings'and jicws.of their locality each week? It would speak well for vour communities. Parties ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 29 February 1872

Flowers and their Culture. BY J. VICK ROCHESTER. BY J. VICK ROCHESTER. [With Illustrations from his Floral Guide for '72. NO TWO. ASTER. Srvixg tux Seeds. Annual flowers, or .such as are grown from seeds, are the most popular and especially appro priate for young people or thoe of lit tle experience and limited means. Oth ers may fill up their flower beds with plants from the green house, ready grown or in bloom ; but these do not afford half the pleasurable excitement to youthful minds which those do that have been nursed and tended from the tiny seed, and of which every new leaf and bud has been watched with eager anticipation till the opening blossoms appeared. When, where and how to sow the seeds are points of some difficulty with the novice in floriculture, but are all explained in the books and catalogues. 3Iost of the varieties bear transplant ing well, and may advantageously be sown early in a hot-bed or in a box of earth in the kitchen. Others should be sown where the plant...

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. — 7 March 1872

Terms of Advertising 1 iu.hin. tfcol iKcollXcol IXcoljlcol Ink tlJOO $100 M0 ioo! 7xo taoo tio 2wk 3ut 1.50 iU) ISO I tso; 4X0 ran 5UOO 1U.U0I 1! 12.00 14 14.00 IS 2J0 8.75 ISO o 5.00 lino 2 mo 3 mo r, mo 3 mo 3X0 ' SOW iloo?-J mo joo 4.00 17.00 20.001 9) 8.50 1L00 1&00 turn 2190 8.00 10.00 liOOjliUO liWlSAO B3X0 50. 1 G5 j0.00 HO irr. Deaths anil Marriages STailR.1 w Local Notices, first iniertionlO'cents 'per line; suoseuuennnsernons oceou per line. Special Notices and Foreign Advertisement Business Cards, not exceeding ltnes, $4. Adnilnistrator&ana Executors' Kotices 2 County Officials. Cou.mriu Judge. - WILLIAM Reed. frvlattJadyt. - - THOMAS -KKOE. I'rotenfmg Attort,ey, - I It JiOAOLANn. CunulfVlrrl; - - - JonxS-ORE. iJterif, - - - - JAJIE8S. JlCCOXE. AuiUar. - - - JOSETU I1.NEWTOS. 7rmivr, - - Jacob cherrtholmes. BeeorJer, - W. C MCDOWELL. i ab'x v ores Uacob Fisher. AB'X V OREMAJi. (OAK'L BACGHXAK. JOSHUA SFOXAGLE. IlEXEYSHAFFER. (I.UELLEX ALLISOX, Jiinxuisr. Surveyor,...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 7 March 1872

Holmes County Republican. H. G. Whit, T. B. Cnnniugliiun, EDITORS AND rROrKIETORS. SIillcksbceg.O., : :. March 7, 1872. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. The Slate Republican Central Committee having fixed on'NVeilnes . ilaj, tbc 27th day of 3Iarch, nest, for holding the annual State Con vention, at CoIumbiTs. Tor nomiriat- ins- candidate for Secretary of State, Judge of the Supreme Court, and Member of the Hoard of Pub lic "Works, etc., the Republicans of Holmes County, lieing entitled to two delegates in said convention,are requested to meet at one o'clock P. IT., on Saturday the 10th day of March, 18 2, at Commercial Hall, in the town of Millersburg, for the purpose of appointing said dele gates; and if thought best that said delegates be appointed with the view to the appointment (in con junction with like delegates from the other c6unties composing the 13th district) of district delegates to the National Republican Convention to be held at Philadelphia, on the 5th day of June R. K ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 7 March 1872

Holmes County Republican IiO CAXjS , Milixbsbubg, O., : : March 7, 1872. Post Office Hours. Tost Oflice will be open at jl. m. and close at 9:13 r.ji. All letters ut in tlie outside bor up to 0-30 Q.'clock will be mailed for next mornlng'sTnail, "ew Goods. Voorlies & Hudson again come be fore the neonle with a new advertise ment stating what they expect to do In the Stove and Tinlinediiringthespring, They are offering their goods at close figures, and are giving all a rare chance to purchase. For rnrther particulars, read for yourselves in another column. Who Can Tell? Where are our police force at night? What has become of the Marshal that he does not put a stop to the hideous noises on the streets at night? It Is a disgrace to let boys and rowdies roam at large through onr streets yelling'.and howling at all hours of the night. Can't there be something done to put a stop to it? Spring Campaign. J. E. Koch, jr., is now making all necessary preparations for .a heavy spring campa...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 7 March 1872

[From The Aldine.] WATER BALLAD S. T. COLRIDGE. "Come bither, ccntly rowing. Come, bear me quickly o'er This stream so brightly flowing. To yonder woodland shore, But in rain were my endeavor To pay the, courteous guide; How on, row on Ibrcver I'd have thee by my side. "Good boatman, prithee haste tbec. I seek myratbcrland!' "say, when I there have placed thee, Dare I demand tby handr "A maiden's head can never So hard a point decide; Uow on , row onjprever I'd have thecJVy my side." Tbe happy bridal over. The wanderer ceased to roam. For, seated by her lover. The boat became her home; And still they sang together. As steering o'er the tide, "Itow on through wind and weather. Korcvcr by my side." Flowers and their Culture. BY J. VICK, ROCHESTER. BY J. VICK, ROCHESTER. [With Illustrations from his Floral Guide for '72 NO. THREE. The I'etusia is also one ol tlie annu al'! that cannot be omitted in any col lection. Like tlie preceding it is of the easiest culture, and the improved vari...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 14 March 1872

Terms of Advertising. 1 in.in.Kcol'KooI Jjoois.vcoljxcollleol lwk 2wk tlJOO il.50,: ;i00 13.00 ftOO C0O lfs.00 10 3.71 5.00 ISO COO CM, 8.50 RSOlUJOO ltOOllCOO 15.00 mx coo, s-oo ,? no 13.00 5JUU 1UOW II 3.00 1C00 SLOO ltOO 1JT. win isio law &oo I ' Deaths and Marriage gratis. Local Notices, lint insertion, 10 cents per line; subsequent insertions o cents per line- Special Notices and Foreign Advertisements 3 per cent, aaaitionai. Business Cards, not exceeding S lines, U. Administrators' and Executors' Notices $2. County Officials. CoMnum PU.it JuJie, - William Earn. Prolate Judge. - - Tnoxas Axxos. Pnteeutlng Attorney, - L. R. HOAGLAXD. Coun Cfcrt, - - - JOHXS.OM. Sitrif. - - - .'- J AXE 8. MCCOVS. Auditor. - - - JosrrH H. NrTTOK. Treasurer. - - JacOB CHZBSTHOLKZS. liicorder. ... Vf.U.MCLKnrxLL, i ae'x woskxan. macoi fuheb, (oik!. Bacohx as. JosKca brosiOLi. IIixbt SHarrix. jLCKLLIKALLHOlf, UnRx snitr. CotnmiMtionert, Surveyor, - - -Corontr, In Jtrmary Director, OVAaHIKGTOJtCOW...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 14 March 1872

Holmes County Republican. H. G. White, T. 15. Cunningham, IS1T0B8 AND rROrjUETOKS. iliLLEESBDRG, O., : : March 14, 1872. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. The State Republican Central Committee having fixed on Wednes day, the 27tU day of 3Iarch, nest, for holding the annual State Con tention, at Columbus, for nominat ing candidates for Secretary of State. Jndire of the Supreme Court, and Member of the Board of Pub-j lie Works, fcc, the Kcpublicans of Holmes County, being entitled to two delegates in said convcntion.arc requested to meet at one o'clock P. if., on Saturday the 16th day of March, 1872, at Commercial Hall, in the town of Millersburg, for the purpose of appointing said dele gates; and if thought best that said delegates be appointed with the view to the appointment (in con junction with like delegates from the other counties composing the 13th district) of district delegates to the National Jiepuimcan (jonvcntion to be held at Philadelphia, on Wednesday, the 5th day of June ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 14 March 1872

Holmes County ItepubHcan IjOCAXiS 3Iiixjyisi!URG, O., : ; Jrarch 10872 Post Office Hours. The Post Office will be open at; 7 a.m. and close at 0:13 p. m. 2111 letters put in the outside box up to 9-30 o'clock will be mailed for next morning's mail School Examination. The scholars of the High School of Jlillersliurjf, will give an exhibition in Town Hall, on Frid.iy;.eyeninr, JfarpK; 22nl. Free to all tlie scholars. Problem. If a solid globe of glass, whose'diam- cter is 8 inches, le blown into a iiollow globe till the shell isljut one fifth of an in cli in thickness, wliat will then be its diameter, and liou'-inuc'li wine will it it hold Evening Meetings. There will be preaching eacli evening of this week in thePresbyteriau' church.' Rev. ilr. Caldwell of Hopewell and Nashville, is assisting 3Ir. ililholiand The meeting so far have been reason ably well attended. Choice Groceries. We need not tell our readers that W. F. Sharp keeps all kinds of groceries and provisions of the choice...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 14 March 1872

Fireside Department. Fireside Department. [From the Sunday-School Times.] Halfand-Half. BY ALEXANDER CLARK. It is Pliny, I think, in his Natural History, who makes mention of an odd sort of eagle, which lias oncleg similar to that of a goose, webbed at the foot and heavy, while the other is Jight,elas tic'and taloned, In orthodox eagle order. Tills sin gulur, or, rather, doubularr bira.half water fowl and half sky-soarer, by the use of herclo; foot, takes to the water, and by reason of her goose .in stinct, dives for fish ; while, by reason of the eagle-instinct, she rises into the sky, and, by the open foot,seizes her winged prey. But it is an awkward union ; both fish and feathered game elude iter halfish grasp, and she starves into an uncome ly skeleton: Participating' of two dis similar natures, the bird Is clumsy in every movement, weak of foot and wing, a bad diver, a pitiful flyer, ex posed, despised, and an easy prey, last, to the common raven. Thfs Dastard bird is a lit ill...

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 March 1872

Terms of Advertising. 1 in. (2 in. 2wk 1.50 it m t n 5 fin 10.00 Swkt i&0 2J0 SSS 5.00 .oo," 00, 6MI 6.00 10-00 (LM &50 1WJ Ii 1 nu "SO ISO 3.00 LOS! coo u.ou 11AI Stuw mo 4.00 (uul SLM 3D DO Giao 13.00 15JD0 ymo ' 8jw ly'tliojoo; kuio joStjSs itsxo a jo an 15.0018W SJOO 35.00 Death and Kaimages gratis. Local Notices, first insertion, 10 centi per line; fcubsequeni insertions ccenii per line. Special Xoticcs and Foreign Advertisement an jirr rcub auutiiuuoi. Business Cards, not exceeding 5 line, J I. Administrators' and Executors XotlcesfS. Holmes Counti I A Political and Family Journal, Devoted to the Interests of Holmes County, and. Zacal and General Intelligence. I One I Six Old Series, Yol. XXYIII. MlLLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, .0., THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1872. M"ow Sories, Yol. II, m. 31. I of State. Republican Holmes Co. Republican, Dedicated to the interests of tbe Republican Party, to Holme Connty, and to local and gen eral new.. WHITE 'i CUNNINGHAM. EDITORS AND rEOFElETO...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 21 March 1872

1872. Holmes County Republican. H. G. White, T. B. Cunaln?hm. EDITORS AND rKOrWETORS. iliLLEKSBUBG, O., : : JTarch 21, 1872. HARDY TOWNSHIP. The. Republicans of Hardy Tp. met in Commercial Hall, at half past one o'clock on Saturday. E. H. Hull was called to the chair and AV. C. JrcCanghey acted as Secretary. The following nominations for Township officers were made: Trust ecs James Tidball, O. "IV. Everett. Justice of the Peace A. Ingles. Assessor A. M. Johnston. Treas urer John A. Leopold. Clerk John Huston Jr. Adjourned. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. In accordance to notice or Cen tral Committee, the Convention' met in Commercial Hall on Saturday tit 1 o'clock. G. W Everett,- Esq., was called to the chair, and Win. C. McCaughcy wqs elected Secretary. The Convention then proceeded to business, and the first thing in Or der was "the nomination of delegates to the State Convention. Dr. Win. 31. Boss and George Adams were chosen delegates, and H.'H. Robin-, on and T. ,B. Cunningham alter nat...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 21 March 1872

Holmes County RspuUicaa IjO CAXiS . Millersburg, 0. : : March 21, 187 Post Office Hours. TIic Post Office vrill be open rat a. n. and close at 9 :13 r. m. All .letters put in the outside box up to 9-30 "o'clock will be mailed for nest morning's matf. Change of Firm. A. D. Work lias sold bis Interest in the baking business to 3Iesr?. null & Larimer, who we observe ,are now buy cleaning up and renovating the estab lishment. We are asnred;that taey will spare no pains in -catering to the wants of the public in anything that will please the taste. Teachers' Examination. At the examination .for teachers held last Saturday in the School Building, certificates were granted to the follow ing named persons: Mis Ida Ahlborn. IS months; 'Miss Bell A. Ross, IS; Miss .Lizzie Taylor IS; Miss Elizabeth L.Barnes, 12; Miss Jane Remington, C; Miss Rachel Tag- gart, 6; Theodore Tboine, C; JIiss Amanda Hague. C ; Miss Llda A. Vo6r hcs. C: Miss R. E. Johnson, Ct'SlW Lucretia Foust, fl: Miss Xaucy La...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 21 March 1872

Fireside Department. Don't Forget the old Folks. Let me say a few words to children who have gone out from their old homes hut who have parents still. There Is always a liability, where sous and daughters have gone .away from the home of their ehildhood,and have form ed homes" of their own, gradually to lose the old attachments and cease to pay those attentions to their parents which were so easy and natural in the olden time. New associations, new thoughts, new cares all come in, filliug the mind and heart,and,if special pains be not taken, they crowd out.the old loves. This ought never to be. You should remember that the change is with you, and not with those you left behind. You have everything ueWj much that is -attractive in the present Aniirightinlhc future; their hearts to the past, they have most in" memory. When you went away, you knew not, and will never know till you experience it, what it cost 'them fo give you tip, nor what'aTjicaucy you left behind. They .have not, if ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 28 March 1872

Terms of Advertising. 1 in-jiin. Xcol'Mcol tcoUXcollXcoijlcol lurk JLOO U0 aoo two ti-oo!tWtMo t f ' rut -iA iJU in (V) Swk 3wfc 2.UI 50 3.00 ;! too 8.00 S ti 5J 0.03 li.10 t3) , O.00 s 00 JO-"" iltOU . 1 mo Sjno 3 mo - 6 ma 9 mo 4.00 &S0 ,11 M ,UOoli-Wl20'00 15.05 ltw auui-Kij , m, w on m on!4IUiOI5i'. SO) ,15.00 1S.W lvVJtOJOO lu.oojsioojsioojoolta.oojj so Deaths and Slarriages Eratk.- LocalXotices, first insertion, 10 cents per 1 lilt buncijucui juaciuuus 'J vcuu iujc Special Notices and Foreign Advertisements Business Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, $4. Administrators and Executors Xoticcs 3. Terms of Advertising. County Officials. Cai'llAi'fV- - WlLLiaJtHEID. Probate Judge, t '- TBOHAB ABVOR. Protecting Attorney, - L-lLlIoiGLANU. County CUrt, -. - - JOHNS. CI BR. Ahrrif. - - r . JiKIS S- MCCOM. Auditor, - - J-Jojirn U.JCE1TTOX. Trtonrtr, - - Jacob Cbexbtbouies. Etcortltr, - V. IVMcDoirriA. ( AB'X WOICXAX. CoinnUtlonen, 'Micoa Fibhie, aix'L Itauanvxx. Sumuor, - - - JOSHCLSrOXA...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 28 March 1872

Holmes County Republican. H..G. White, T. B. Cunningham, EDITORS AND rfiOfSXETOSS Milleesbbrg, O., : ; March 28, IS72 Republica Tp. Ticket. Assessor. A. 31. JOHXSTOX. Treasurer. JOHX A. LEOPOLD. Clerk. - JOHN HUSTON" Jr. Trustees. JAMES TIDB.U.I., G. AW EVERETT. Janice of the Peace. A. INGLES. Republicans, remember theelec tion next Monday. RIGHT FOR ONCE. "Brick" Pomeroy, the Ieadin, Democratic editor in this country, in speaking of parties says, "if ever a party in this eoun try iras on the road to' .the devil, the Democratic party is the one." Good authority. STRANGE. In speaking of extracts made by the Ji'ew York Tribune,a.n exchange says: "In the course of two columns wo fail to recognize a single quota tion from a Republican newspaper. If the Tribune has not changed its politics, why does it select the Bos ton Pott, Louisville Courier, the Cincinnati Enquirer and the ilis souri Republican as the exponents of political opinion." IN A NUT-SHELL. An exchange puts the political si...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 28 March 1872

Holmes County Republican IiOCiJuIjS MiuxnsBCitG, O., : : March 28, 1872. Post Office Hours. Tost Office will be open at 7 a. it. and close at 9:15 r. m. All letters put In the ontside box up to 9-30 o'clock will be mailed for next morning's mail. Thanks. To tlic gentlemen ami ladle vrlio la bored so hard to prevent my lioue taking fire during the burning of tlie' Presbyterian church -r andwho alio a sisteil in removing my' goods from the house and replacing them so carefully after, the danger had passed over, I re turn my unfeigned thanks. ALLEN G. SPRANKLE. Paint Valley Singing Class. , The Paint Valley Singing Class tin der the direction of it'H AndreWJohn- f ton will give a conccrl "Friday night April 12th, in the Brick Church In Paint Valley. Admission' 2j cents. ThU'cou cert will be good, no doubt, as there is .some good timber to work on in' that section. New Boots and Shoes. .No need or going barefooted any longer, since S. II. Chcrryholmes has returned from Xew York with an ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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