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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 18 March 1858

j. Caskey, Eiltor and Proprietor, Office Washington Street, Third Boor Sooth, of Jackson. Termss-One Dollar and Fifty Cents in AdVance . MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1858. VOL.2. KO. SO. Poetry. From the Home Journal. THE SECRET. BY LYDIA A. CALDWELL. Out of the South there came a "bird, " And the soul of die Summer-time was stirred With the sweetest aong that was ever heard. The tmigiesl Botes of its wonderful strain, Fell like the fell of moaical rata ' . lata iny heart aad io to my brain. . '" . r. And in ray aong was a meaning, there, r A meaning strange and new and lair, . . Wonderful sweet, and fine and rare, . .. LA. meaning which I had learned ere then. -But sat from the rhyme of a poet's pen, Kor from any song that k song by men. - , And then I eied, "O bird divine! r ; . - Where hast thou learned lore's tender aigat XcTt was song of bird like thine! - Thou hast heard my heart in the night time beat Or else thesmall grass nnder feet . Has dared to t...

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 March 1858

The Republican. J. CASKEY, - -. - Editor. THUBSDAT,::::::::MARCH 18, 1858. rThe fallowing pereossaroanthorued A Mis ft the Bcpoblican. J. H. SirxwcKB. Plimpton,. ' J. 4 W.HuicHnwoK, Holmesrille, War. Gcnnua. Frederiedsbcig,. " , " E. Haul, Berlin, . - -.. 8. Tidbaix, aad L. Edit asm, Bloomfield. - TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following Shows the time of departnres aad arrivals on the C. Z.AC.R.R. atHillan bnrgaad Oerelaad: Komrato North. The Erpreu leaves Mil lenburg at 6.05 A. M., aad arriTeaat Cleveland atl0.48. . . .: . i -. Tie AceomntodaLUm learea MUleroburgat 155 P. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 10,00. RrxitTKG South Acoommodatio leaves Clere- land at 5.15 A. M., aad arriYee at Millersbarg atl25. ,.- - Exprmi leaves Cleveland ai 4.15 P. M., and arrives at atillenborg at 8.40. i CTbe Erprat train running North eon- ; sects at On-nlfe with the East and West trains n the P. Ft. W. and C. B. R. "Lieut. Governor Ford has been lec turing' on the Bible before the Lyceum in Mansfield. ...

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. — 18 March 1858

From the Cleveland Herald. RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. The M. E. Churches in this City. -ST." CLUE SlRKT CHTTtCH- Cfamch about 200 cave been conrerted; 120 haw already united with the Society, The meeting still continues Tery evening with increasmg interest ' . - 1 Era SreMr Over fifty have joined this Cburch. Many others have profcased leligioa, awl " work on , Pibbt Stbkbt Fifty hare also joined nhnrch. with a DrosDect that others ll ha added. Prospect Strktv- (German.) A amnrl MTival is tmiMt OB in U118 1nniCU. alreadv joined. Bbick Chtjkcb n(West Side.) A most nwiniu - wiral is in progress in this Church also ; over sixty persons have al ready united with this Church. . . Bridg Streit Missiok. One hnnd red and eight have united with the Church in this Mission. -. Thz Gxrmajt M. E. Church. (West Side) Have had some additions; number sot known. , - East .Cixvjxaitd Over one hundred have united with the Church in this Soci ety alsO. ' ":C. i ii i ' '. Revivals. .. There was force in th...

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. — 18 March 1858

The Republican . B PUBLISHED EVERT THCBSI?AT, Vmndw ftnm Tnn Doom 8cr or J jMLLLEESBURG,: OfflO.- f; 7 TERMS 'VFSUBSTPTIOS't Ua3 Subscribe in advance...... .....1 f 1.50 Paid within the year. ;... . .....j-. 2rO0 After thf year expires. . -4 . . .i ; . tSjSO rax iir of newspapers.: - 1. 8abserara whn not riiw axnrass aofe tatha tou U ary, oonsiderea as wishing to continne their nin-arripttonfu- 2. " i J nfthiir y ' yMTM, km piuuiaei aw cunuan, H OTSQ 1MB DDU1 MM I. It ta. snbacribsr, anglect or reftiaa to take their napara from d ones s wiueri tny are directed, the are beld responsible till tbej Mttl Uwir bills, and enter tae peperedieeantuiaedk -, s:-t. . - a. If any sabseribers remove to another nlac, witaont Informing th fcoUlilwT, afl4 their paaar Sm eaattatan- formar nirecilon, tnsy are beld rwpontihte. a. The Courts have 4ecUad teat satastng ta take a nvwHMpvriroin w om, or nfenar aira leaving Is nn- TERMSOFADVERTISING: " " Touamnr una, oa us, nuxa A SQCAnn. One square one wee...

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 March 1858

0 J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms:-0ne Dollar and Fifty Cents in idtancer YOL.2. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1858. NO. 31. J III I it Poetry. THE COPY—BOOK. BY LUCY LARCOM. " H ' "Please, father, give it back to mel I wish yoa would sot look ' ' ' Inside; why can yon -want to sec ' My poor old eoppy-book? "l. "Tooll find blot oa every page, Tve not tbe smallest doubt: i know 'tis shameful at my age; . " I Jfied to rub them out. "There's something wrong ia every line. I'm sure I could not tell If 'tiraa another hand than mine ' I . yrhat these Strang letters spell. - ' "To shut the book and eud my grief! - 14 bunt it, if I durst; - t truly think that closing leaf '- Worse written than the first." ' "Boy, there's another copy-book, -. Tour Father, God, has seen. .... . . .. Toq cannot close it from His look; .. .. Is that writ fair and clean? "if there are blots and crooked lines - Across those pa...

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 March 1858

Fire at the Infirmary. The "Crazy-House" and its Five Inmates Burnt to Ashes! We have seldom to record a disaster toore horrifying and terrible in its nature than that which occnred at the Infirmary in this county on Friday afternoon last, which was no less than the burning of the so-called "crary -house" attached to the In firmary, with the five poof unfortunate hu man beings who were confined in its cells one man, three woman and a girL From the best information as to the ori gin of the Are, it is thought that it was the work of pee of the women confined in the cells, and that she must have reach ed the stove, which stood in the entry, by means of a string or rope made from her torn garments throwing one end of it to wards the stove door until she succeeded in jgnitjng it. Matilda Crey, the patient who it is thought did this, was very violent, and on previous occasions, before going to the Infirmary, had made attempts to set fire to ber own clothes. It seems impossi ble that the f...

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 March 1858

The Sufferings of a Slave Girl. Law, Humanity and Public Opinion Illustrated by two White Brutes. Ati the citieha of St. Louis, and most of the citizens of the United States are fa- miliar with the case of the Peters for cruel- ues practiced on uieir gin Aucreun. . tbe ttst lernv o. u ujey - ITT and sentenced to a Tears imprisonment mai It! fliA fflinrw wil mvtA tr tlBU A fine of 100 u.v . An .rrvHl was taken to the Supreme Court and a stay of execa- turn granted during the pendency of said appeal. So far from this verdict and out- raged poblic opinion having any influence to restrain these cruel people from farther barbarities, they appear to have been worse unce tnan belore. .. , - It reported on pretty good authority vuv V1 .., parucs hwuu mat uie prociju me same as ever, out that tbe girl was taken into the celler in the night time, and such precau tion taken as would defy detection. Short ly after the verdict, the girl was found on the river bank in a state of nudity, covered -...

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 March 1858

The Republican ' 18 PUBLISHED KVXBT THUBSTMT, Wassihoto S wst. Tnu Doom Soar MILLEBSBrjBG, OHIO. TERMS OFBSCBIPTION: Mail Sobwribe- ooWe paid within tho yetr...."- -Afier the year expires. .... $1.50 .... 2.UU 2.50 TBS LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. 1 Subscribers who do not rive express notice to the ,nciiMuiiihiiteiiitiiiiillieitiib- If subiwibers order the dtseonturaarice of their pa vera, the pnbliaher can continue to rend them until all uLmm are raid. g. IT the subscribers neglect or' refuse to take their gapers Iron the ofiee to which they ere directed, they an bald responsible till they settle their bill, and order the paper aiaeonmiueu. 4, If any subscribers remote to toother piece without Informing the publisher, end their paper b eent te the former direction, thej ere held responsible. , The Courts have decided that refusing to take newspaper pom toe omos, or removing ana leaving it un- aauea lOr, IS SI mtmjme biwww ih mwinwtnai irauu. TERMS OF AD YERTISINQ: - . wmw tnra, om Lass, nun ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 1 April 1858

I ' i I ' . - - V - - v - - : J. Caskejy Editor and Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jsekson. Term$:-One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Aiviaef MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1858. NO. 32i YOL.2. 1 I . - : . v '- ' :..v ..-.:-n... , Poetry. THE DEMOCRATIC MUSE. SONG OF THE BOX. ! Ut nlitery bontt of her Ronmn. and SpmrfxM, ' - An4 tell how tky .too Hfuait tjTmnnj't aboeka; They ware an, Trereekew, to mj ere, Battj Kartfaa, Cwpand to Callim ani h! (iMt caadto-tox. ' Arit. whew lAertj w baa her een-Oh,K lent 8 y Dataware Crowing, or on Kictaptx. racket life, an in In ..me eenjuror". Wttl imprleone, Sha-aaVahatapia hoiui-a candle-box, feewel!-'.W oTBo.ttagU.ro- efW. domlnlana, Blown Uiiewnjaiid that, bj the orHTOx, to fold tha in frmadher ignoble pinion-IJ.Bderthewoc4-taCalhoaB-.eaiidle-box. tana wan, when rm W" T tb ""Teeth So Freemen one taroagm -neam upp"" " . i, - i i ButDemocratal mate! when to ambu.li we naa em, ' - u h ord ofChoM'. IMdU-...

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 April 1858

The Escape of the Adriatic. Tbe public has bees interested and puz . aled by tb escape from tie French author ities of the barque Adriatic; a vessel made famous by her collision -with the French steamer Lyonnais, in November, 1850, and the fatal results of that disaster. The Adriatic being in the port of Marselles, was confiscated by the French Court of Admi ralty, at the suit of persons wo sustain ed losses in the collision. . .The captain. thinking himself blameless in the tffair of tha I .rnnniita snd hfkvtniv ha tiinA .uv J ' - " v uvre VI ticein tbe french Uourt, determined to escape, and place himself under the pro- . lection of his own country. He did escape, and arrived safely at Savannah on the 18th inst The editor of the Savannah Repub Mean una an interview with . tbe captain, and received from him a full narrative of the escade, which he published at once. We make room for some of the points Learning that the Adriatic would not be taken possession of until tbe full extent...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 1 April 1858

Spirit of Washington Letters. The JT.JS, Tribune fciter says: - WASHINGTON, March 22. - tv. a.ui.n.i t ten o'clock this rnorn- "iwr. W before which a prodigious multi- JJLpw thronge "e vptM, wiwumuu of Mr. Doogias' speech. - Jutone in twen ty -coald get iiito the galleries, and they ovorfl-jwed all the lobbies and adjoiDing rooms. .... . EVENING SESSION. - Mr. Douglas, upon entering the Cham ber, was received with loud and enthusias- tM applause, wuicd ne aeprecaieu vj b ing his head and making gestures to stop. There was not one foot of vacant room in the ffalleries. All the seats on the floor were occupid, and the windows near the roof were filled. Tho spectators' gallery was nearly all filled. by ladies, most of , whom remained over recess at 4 o clock, and continued through the whole sitting unt il 1 1 o'tlock- Mr. Douglas spoke for three hours, with touch force and spirit, but without touch ing many new points. - He was veryevere -,m John Calhoun and his returns, and on the Adm...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 1 April 1858

ttepuplica n IS PUBLISHED EVKBT THFBSDAT, " ?' Wamuwhuj Srntnn Dora Boom er Jacac JULLERSBUBO, OHIO. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Mail Subnenben ut tiremce. ... Paid withia the year. .---. After the year expire. ........ - fl JSO 2.00 2.50 ' " TBS LAW Or NEWSPAPERS. - 1 gatasOen wb do not rW arprass notiea to Um .octrarr, ass oaaaiiiared as .Man- to eoutinu. thmz wb- aAllutloDS 2. If winuBmi order th. disBUrraan of tbdr p pcrt, the jwbUabav can coatiao. to Mad tbonuatilall Armroce an paid. - " ' a. Ii th subaeriben BOfleet or rafoss to taka IMi MuMia rroia tbo olliea to -which they an dlnotod, they inhald retpenaible till they etU thair Mlla, and order the papata iueratiaaed. 4. It any snbacribera leuiOTe to anoihsr plac withoot Informing the pablieher, and their paper La aaat to to former dtreetion, tbey are held neponribl. a. Th Coorta aar dasidadlbat rernjinjr t takta aewapaper from the rffioa, or reroorinr. and tearlof h an eied ior, ia pnmmfci eridoee of intentional franxi. TERMS OFA...

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 April 1858

A nr. J rfTr 1 - ' ' .-? ' )'-'.' i- .'5..S AX J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Door Sooth of Jackson. ferms:0ne Dollar and Filly Celts iVitaaet MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 185S. VOL.2. NO. 33 I J - : Jk Jk. A II I - ' I I A. : jr. JY$( lY KN Y Poetry. From the National Era. THE LOVE KNOTT. NORA PERRY. ' Tyag Iter bonnet under her chin, . - Site tied her rmrea ringlets in; ' : Bo act alone i a the silken snare " Did the eateh her floating hair, " ': Tor tying her bonnet under her ehia, - -. ' Bhe tied a young man's heart -within. ' Tk atmllinv together np the hill, - ' , There the wind comes blowing merry and . .chill;. - - Jkad it blew the eiirle a frolieksoroe race, ; . All over the happy, peach-eolor face, Till, scolding and laughing, ahe tied them ia, '-'Under her beautiful dimpled chin. . " , And it blew, a color, bright at the bloom Of the pinkest luachia' tossing plame. . ' ' All over the cheeks of the prettiest girl '...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 8 April 1858

Excretion of Orsini and Pierri. The London Timet Parris fetter gives in detail the execution of these Hro feeding conspirators against the Sfe of Napoleon II u Precisely at 9 o'clock Oreini end Pierri were awoke from their steep by the gover nor of the prison, who announced that their last hour was came. ' They weie taken to ckambra de la toilette tor change of dress, and placed at the extremities of the room, with backs xo each other. The exetution ert prepared them each for the scaffold. Paring the dreadful operation Orisni re mained cairn, and, though he was not so lond or contradictory as during his trial, Pierri was somewhat excited. The strait waistcoat interfered with his gesticulations, but he hardly ceased talking for a moment. "When the executioner was pinioning him, he asked that the fastenings should not be drawn too tight, as he had no intention of escaping. Ihe cold touch of the steel on his neck, when the scissors cut off his hair, so as not to interfere with the gull...

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 April 1858

Congressional. WASHINGTON, March 21. r:. i n. nf Illinois, ana H-.U& of New York, .poke in lavor of ibe Lecompton Constitution, " of New York and Groesbock of Ohio ,gMr Marshall, of Illinois, looked upon tloM wbo framed the Constitution as con . would not vot to sanction frand and grow outrage upon the rights of the people of fijmsas. na jookuu u the attempU to ostracise and brand as traitors and rebels those who will not bend v. vo tn nnwur and lick the band rais ed to whip thetn into submission as wde eenU He (Marshall) had a high respect for the President, but he was not a spaniel. Mr. Hughes, or ma. n no nas maue an attempt to establish a test to read down .n Democratic uartv. r . ' Hr. Marshall. It is done not uncon sciously by the present Administration and by the organs of the Administration and it is known throughout the country that the test of office depends upon wbeuer a man s conscience and judgment sanctions this thing or not. - -;, Mr. Lawrence Does ; the gentleman...

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 April 1858

THE REPUBLICAN EJ PUBLISHER EVERT THCBSDAT, Wamsvgtos Stxjcit, Third Doom South or Jacksob MILLERSBURG, OHIO. .". TERMS ofSuSsCBIPTIOlT: Hail Surjscribers is advance. .......... $ 1 .50 Paid withia the year........ ...... 2.00 After the ycr expires.... . ........ 2.50 . - - - THE LA W OF NEWSPAPERS. ' 1. 8abserani who do ot rir eiplBaa notiea to tbt eantrary, an aansioei'ad ma wisain to oontinoe tbeir aos eeriptioDa. . S. w nliilliT. f thrir pa pers, tlas publisher emu codUum to ae&d them Bntii ail mnn an mid. . 11 tbo enbaorSbtra adgtect or nfass to taka their at jirn from mho office to which they an directed, the arc hold respoaaibl. till they aattl. their htthvaad ardor too papers discontinued. 4. If any eaherrtben remove to another place wirhont sBfsfnung the publisher, aod their paper is pen to t$ soraoer direction, they are held reepoataibla. 6. The Co arte hare decided that refosinr to take : Bewapaperfrom the osaee, or re piing and tearing Una sauea wr, u jnmejia .nuance...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 15 April 1858

M i - 4 J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Door Sooth of Jackson. Terms.-One Dollar and Fifty Cents ii AfcnttJ VOL. i MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1858. 1 I V I II 1,1 . ! Poetry. Thou art Growing Old, My Mother. , Thon ait growing old, my mother, -' -. And thy brow U marked with care. All furrowed is thine aged cheek, ' ' One beautiful and fair, lhy soft browa locks are sadly changed, " ' Chill frosta have settled there, - And touched with many a freezing kias, . Thy gentle flowing hair. Thou art growing old, my mother, 4 - As I catch tie half-drawn sigh, ' ' ' 'Well I know that tears of sorrow " Have bedimmed tly melu'ng eye. . Cut with gentle light it beameth, ' Beameth on ineeTen yet, . With a lore that nerer changeth ' ' "' Till the sun of life is set. - ' ' Thow art growing old, my mother. . Many of our household band ; Hare before thee, journeyed onward, To a far off "better land!" - . - But thy voice in tender accents, ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 15 April 1858

From the Overland Mail. State of Affairs in China. At Canton everything remain, and is unci to remain quiex, - A powenui mili tary police has been established as a patrol, with five stations at different point of tb city, while a body .of Chinese ronslabulary )iu Vion mwv)!Lt hn1 iha directions of native authorities. Much misery naturally prevails in the city, bnt the streets are rep resented as crowded wiui ywy, """ alarm seems to have given way to confi ' Jence in British protection. Besides shops for the retail of goops of every description, market has been opened, well supplied wi J provisions of all kinds, which are sold at verv reasonable prices. We have heard, however, from a Chi nese just returned from Canton, that "a great many people are still moving away torn the city, fearing that the Emperor, when he learns the state of affair?, will be greatly enraged." He says further, that Yeh and his father, both bigoted Buddhists had consulted the Gods regarding the safe ty of the ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 15 April 1858

Death Prof. T. B. Hudson of the Oberlin College. On Thnrsdav -nirAt. April 1st, Prof. rBodsonofOberUnlpsthklifeinf moet diswessing manner, gpon the C. C. k C. Railroad, near Olmsted, Cuyahoga County. It anneara that he got upon the train at : rvJnmht... intending to get off at Berea . that probably by mistake he got off at Olmsted, and in attempting to get upon the train after it was in motion, fell disabled upon the track, and lay there until the Toledo train came rushing over bim, mangl ing him in the most horrible manner. . The Cleveland Herald says: Thus lavinr helples upon the track, the poor man sufficiently conscious to know that the Toledo train was coming down up on him, yet he was triable -to drag his crushed bones off the rail. - He could but raise his hand and in an instant was mangl ed beyound even recognition. Words can not depict such an event, and the sad event will fill the hearts .of the friends of this . good man with inexpressible sadness. FURTHER PARTICULARS. -T...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 15 April 1858

The' KeDUDllC : IS PUBLISHED EVEBT THUBHDaT, WasmnGTOt Strxbt, Turn) Dooa Bona or Jacuo MILLERSBUEG,' OfflO. TERMS " OFSUBSCEIPTION: Mail Suhrwribers i fl-50 Paid within the year 2.00 After the year expires. ......... 2.50 - 3K LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. ' I. Sabaaibext who do sot lira expnat notie. to the etntrarr, art eooodsnd at wishing to eaattaoe their tab seriptioiM. - 3. If tabterlbers order ths ditconturaasee of their pa put, tha pabliahsr eta oontinua to tend them until til arrearaattt tie void. . , - a. It the nbeeriben neglect or tefote to tak their rntpen from the ofltae to which they are directed, they ere Bold nepontible till they tattle their bOU, and order the ptpert ducentinned. 4. If any subscribers reraova to toother pUee without Informing the BobUaher, and their paper is teat to the - former direction, they are held reeponeible. a. The Courts have derided that refusing to take a twf'a''rl from the office, or mooring; and tearing It uar called lor, xtfnmmjma erinunca oi u...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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