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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 28 March 1872

Fireside Department. Fireside Department. Don't Throw Stones. "Do not throw stones, my boy; you may hurt some one." "I do not throw them at anybody T5lr. What hurt does It do for me to throw stones at the fencer" "You cannot tell, my young friend, who may be behind the fence; and the sjone you throw for .sport may cause a serious hurt," " Tdo notsee any barm in throwing a stones." "I am very sorry to see you persistln doing a mischievous thing, and add bad manners to a bad habit. I have just seen accounts of two sad accidents from throwing stones which ought to be a warning to boys against this foolish and dangerous habit. A young man was riding on horse-back, when a stone, thrown by a l!ttle boy,hit the horse and p frightningllun so that he started.threw tneS"onng man on the ground and in jured him very much. The horse ran on through "the street and struck a wo man, knocking her senseless, upon the curbstone. She was sadly injured in the head, and so bruised it i? doubtful whethers...

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 April 1872

Terms of Advertising. Il in.!sin.'H'l i-col001 .yeo'lctil 8 wk 2.00 ISO 175 5.00 I-! " In"! MO 3.00 ' ' SW'ISSS'!""' 15 Li ? "H .iE JAffi ufV 4JXI 6.C01 63) e(..nl Ami QntililV) UJOU lloo UUMI20UU " 9 mo I 8.00iltU0!l5j tuo!suiol',uu cow 1 y'r. luuiiaAu,is.w Deaths and Marriages gratis. local Notices, first insertion, 10 cents' per line; suosequens insertions b cents icr une. Special Notices and Fomjpi Advertisements x ier cenu tuiaiuonai . Business Cards, not exceeding 5 line;, (1. Administrators' andxecutors Notice $2. County Officials. Common I'lMlJuigt. - WILLI AX V.T.IB. froUlttJfla', ' - THOMAS ABU0B. ItvUcutiaaAtttmry. - I. IL HOACLAXn. Ccmxtl Cltrt; - ,- JOKSiiOIH. Mrrl.' - - - - James .iictoB. Aud,:r. ... Joseph II. Newton. Trtaturtr, - - JlCOECUCBBrUOUfES. fircordrr, ... W. C Jlcbowrxu ( Ab'x Woebjian'. C0iI-ltT, . XTaCOeFISHEB. (lUN'L ItACGnUAN. Surtiuor. ... JosaCA SrOSAOLK. tVrofcrr, ... I1EXEVSHAFPK. hVAsaisarovt'owEs. Railway Time Tables. Cleveland, Mt. Vernon & D...

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. — 4 April 1872

Holmes County Republican. II. G. White, . T. B. Cnnninsham, ZDITOSa AVD rEOrEIETORS. Milleksbukg.O.,: : Afeil 4, 1872. ANOTHER. And now Tar away 'Oregon bas been heard from. The State Repub lican Convention jiietTMarch 20th, and instructed its delegates to vote for Grant and Colfax. ANOTHER. DOWN GOES THE DEBT. The decrease of the Public 'debt during the month of March reach ed the: handsome sum of $15,481, 968. Down it goes steadily and ACCIDENT. The trestle work of a coal break er near Carbondale Pa., one hun dred .feet frigh fell on Tonday fatal ly injuring several boj's and men who were at work on it. THE PLATFORM. The Republican platform litera ture of Ohio for the past two years has been uncxceptionally good. The platform this year is brief, compact, clear, sensible,- and business like. The bopless attempt to straddle the tariff' question is repeated,bnt other wise the platform is a model. DEAD. Humphrey Marshall, the ponder ous Kentucky General on the Con federate, side, is d...

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 April 1872

Holmes County Republican ZiO CAliI Mhxersdui!C, 0., : : : April 41872: Post Office Hours. The Pott Office will be open' at x. a. and close at 9:15 p. u. All letters put-In the outside box up to 9-30 .o'clock- will he mailed for next morning's mail, The Doncaster House. Don't forget to stop at tlie Donca'tcr House when you go to Orrrille. It the most convenient liouscin town and is always ready to entertain strangers lu the best manner. Wanting Marriage License. A middle aged man .applied to us at the Post Offlee the other day for a mar riage' license., Xot desiring- to run op position to Judge Armor we according ly referred him to the Probate Ofllcgjl Salt Creek Township. The Republicans of Salt Creek Town ship elected their candidate, 3Ir. James Kerr, to the office of Justice of the Peace; and Jacob King one of thcTms tees,. Well done Salt Creek. Spring Goods. h. Bottman of Benton, started on Monday to the Eastern Cities for a new stock of -spring goods. The people of that Ticinity...

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

Fireside Department. Death Warrant of Our Lord. "Chance," says the Courier its Etatt Unit, "has just put into our hands the most imposing ami interesting judicial document to all Christians that lias ever been recorded iu human annals;" that Is, the very identical death warrant of our Lord Jesus Christ. The document was faithfully transcribed hy the editor Inhese words: Sentence rendered hy Pontius Pilate, actiug Governor of Lower Galilee, ttating tliat Ies"'! nf Njar''h ,,a11 suffer deatli on the eros. In the vears seventeen of the Emper or Tiberius Gear, and the 27th day of 3Iarch, the city of the hoiyt Jerusalem Anna and Cajnha Iwing priests, sac rinVatorn of tlic eoplc of God Pon tius Pilate, Governor of Lower Galilee, sitting in the presidential chair of the Pnctory, condemns Jesus of Xazarcth to dteou the" cross between two thieves the great and notorious voice of the people saying: ; 1. Jesus is a seducer. 2. lie is seditious. 3. lie is the enemy of the law. 4. lie calls hims...

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 April 1872

Terms of Advertising. tin. XcolXcol'ca)Xcol:col $3.00 !U (6JB too tuu lttXU 1SJJU 15-UU JSJX) 10.00! ILOOi Swk UAI 3.W 150 100 -3) .4.00 SJO 4.UUI aw 6.00 &D0 8J0 11.C0 3ct too: too1 ISO Imo 14 mi 2 mo 1T.0QI 3 mo 9 mo 4A too! Jl M IMS 1S.O0 auc iiUOO SS.UO SMO S5.00 a noli? m jlO.(Bj I3JWHUJU I . Heaths and Marriages gratis. Local Notices, first insertion, 10 cenU per line; auDseouens insertions u cents pcrsine. Special Notices and Foreign Advertisements S3 JICS CCBk MlUiUWUU. Business Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, U Administrators' and Executors Xotices County Officials. (Wn PUatJuJgt, - William l'.r.r.D. I'robaU Judge, - TBO!Ia AEMOR. JoueuTnrj Attorney, - L.E. IloaOLlsm. Cotitv tfurk. - Jonx S. oa. Hierif, - - - J 1 MI is. Mcoohe-;, Auditor, t- '- - JoaimiLiiKTpK.' JUconJtr, -( AB'X.WOA"XASI. JACOB t'lSBXK. (Iiak'l Bacobxax. JOSBD-aSrOKiGLE. ' 1IexcyJhaefk. (lcku.kx allison, J.Johs SHiEr. CoMNtfsioen, - Surveyor, - - -(.Vru.rr, - - Infirmary Director, hVASBIKaTOXCOWEX. Railw...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 11 April 1872

Holmes Comity Republican. H. G. flihlte, T. B. Cunningham, ZDITOBS iSD reorxiETOKS. Mii.leksburc,0.,- April 11, 1872. Republican State Ticket. SECKKTABT OK STATE, ALLEN T. WIKOFF. ' JCDGX OF SCPREJIE "COURT, JOHN" "WELCH. MEMBER BOABD OF PUBLIC WORKS, RICHARD R. PORTER. SENATORIAL ELECTORS: JOHN C. LEE, ALPHONSO HART. PROOF. AH the fitnesses, so far examin ed on the arras investigation, testify that they' know of no government official who has received money through the sale of arms. VENTILATED. The anti-Grant men liave nothing more to say about the sale of arms the Custom House, or San Domingo as all the falsehoods about these cnV.;r-ta Imvp been thoromrhlv ven tilated. CONSOLING. Thp Cincinnati Commtrcial has arrived at the solemn conclusion that "there is a general sense that Grant is rather a safe sort of Prcst dent," and also that "the worst of his blundering is over that he has lonrnprt and will imDrove." This is exceedingly consoling. MEXICO. The reports from Mexico indicate ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 11 April 1872

Holmes County Republican IiO OA2iS . iriMXBSBLuo, 0., :.: Jxprfl 111871 Post Office Hours. The Poet Office vvill-be open at a. x. and close at '9 :15 p. m. All'Ietters put in the outside box up to-30 o'clock wm oe mailed for next morning s mail Drs. Pomerene & Wise. As will be seen by card' Dri-Pomer- ene and Wise liave entered Into co-part nershlp in the practice-of Snrgery'and Hedicliie. . " " . A Good Offer. 3I,Gaskill says he will donate one acre" of land- along the railroad, inside of the corporation to any party who will erect a manufacturing establish meut of some kind. Branch Road. The Pennsylvania Central have decided to build a branch road fromJlillersuurg or Oxford, to Coshocton or Dresden and have already got the right-of-way part "way along the route. Awful. We have a young man in town who heard that midnight was a fatal hour. lie now sits up till one o'clock so as to meet Ills fate bravely. He is usually accompanied by a young ladv who be lieves the same thing. , H...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 11 April 1872

THE DYING MAIDEN. Open now the-windoir; motser, For mv life is waning fast; I would scathe tnnll ght. molocr. Loot upon it while it lam: For my ejxs are growlnr weaker, I thill tarry but a nocu, I-ct me tee iu golden beantT, Kre I jo, in Heaven to dwelu Call mj friends around me. mother, 1 am growing weak and faint; Let me tell my vision, mother, Brighter, far, than hand can pafnt; Tell them how my Savior beckoni Tome from the shinlngsliore; Hare them promise there to meet nif, When I cross the river o'er. Gire me sow your hand, my mother. Kiss me now, bafore I die. Meet me in that land, dear mother. In the land beyond the sky; Angels now around me horer, Ifcavm's beauties 'round me shine, Jesus in thy arms I shelter. Take me to that home of Thine. Listen to themnsie, mother, As it floats upon the air, , I am goiag to tlieui, mother. Soon I'lFbe angel there; ' Do not weep when I am taken, bee! the tniniu g silver tide Then she raised her eyes to Hearen. Closed them sweetly smiled an...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 18 April 1872

Terms of Advertising. lirk Swk Svk1 lmo S mo 3 mo Gnio 9 mo ly'r. 1 in. tLOO 1.50 sun! aso! SJO! 4.00 coo 8.00 10.00 Sin.lj.'colf'.col Hcol co1 J.'co''lcol nJ0-00,3.O)i4.00lS0S.00 10 3.W S.UU 4AUH Alnl , 4U.W IS U0 Us 5.00 6.00.."?!,li.l, II a) ua bj, sou uso- 4.00 6J0 &5U11 17.00, COO SJiu 1110O.1S.00 J"" 50 00 12.00il5.O0 21J00 2&00 50. 15.00118.00 S5H0 (300 H3-00 60.00 J i - i I I Deaths and Marriages gratis. Local Notices, first insertion, 10 cents per lino culiamnpnt Invrtimu A oonti naiin. Special Notices and Foreign Advertisements llnsincss Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, M. Administrators' and Executors Xotices 2 County Officials. CotMMH Pla Jtulyt, - WILL.IAX REED. ProUlUJudye, ' TnoiCAS AKX02. rrottecutina Attorney. - L.E. IIoagland. CovtJv Clerk, - - Jonx S. Oaa. bhtrit. .... Jives S. SIcCoHH. Auditor, - - - Joseph ILNetxtox. vtWMlirer, - - JACOB UnEERYUOlMES. Jleamler, - - - W.CIIcDowelx. ( AB'M WOEIMIS, Conut4tionert. - JJacob Fisher. (Dan'l Bacguxak. Surveyor, - ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 18 April 1872

HolmesCoTrnty-'Eepublican. H. G. White, T. I!. Cunningham, EDITORS 1ST rnorniETORS. Miixersburo, O., Aran. 18, 1872. Republican State Ticket. SECRETAKT OF STATE, ALLEN T. WIKOFF. jcdge or; PTft"'r, cnx-ivr. . r JOHN JVELCH. RICHARD REPORTER. SEXATOniAI. ELECTOR I JOHN a LEE, ALPHONSO HART.. WOOL TARIFF. In the Ohio House, the Senate joinf resolutibS in-favor of'continu irt the present tariff on wool was adopted by''"a vole of fifty one to twenty-eight. HOW DOES HE KNOW? dySfrthcpnc hundred and fortv German papers in th'e United States support Grant Farmer. How, dp you know, brother Es till?, THE TARIFF BILL MUDDLE. All effortSjpn the. part of Speaker Blaine and others to harmonize and settle differences among Republican lncmbcrs'of the Ways and Means CommiUefc' on the tariff bill has thus. Tar failed. Dawes will not yield "Ilia opposition to the bill in its presents form. THE TARIFF BILL MUDDLE. 15, 481, 968??? Say Democrats, canyoA cnumcr ate that? It is the amount the Public Debt ...

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 April 1872

Holmes County Republican IiOCABS, riLi-EKSBUitG, O., : : April IS. 1872. Post Office Hours. The Post Office will 1 ojxm at7 a. M. ami clo.-c at 9:15 r. M. All letters put In the oiitsidcbox ujTto 9-30 o'clock will be mailed for nest morning's mail. On Hands. S. IT. Cherryliolincs - Co. are on haniUwjth a largp assortmeiitnf nsw 5oott SIioc, ic, to triiicli tlipy in vite tlfc sjxiial attention nf tlie jmbliy? in general., Bee -vjiat-lie fay to-day Jn anoUicr column. - - Illness of Judge Hurd. . Ve are sorry to learn of the severe illness of Judge Hnrd, President of the C. Mt, -V. ,& D. Jl;J(. He has had a very severe attack of Inllatna'toryUlicn matism, but is now some better. Monroe's Speech. we our readers the able speech of our Con gressman Hon. James Monroe, on the "Financial Policy of the Administra tion." Caution. Persons who are obliged to pass by the corner of Jackson and Clay street opposite the Court House, lite at night after tlie. lamps are. turned off on dark nights,...

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 April 1872

Fireside Department. A Wonderful Hymn. "All hail the power of Jesus name." Edward Perronet, the author of the most inspiring and triumphant h5mnTnthe":Engli8hlanguage, is a benefactor whose history is but lit tle known. iBeingi a man of great humility of -'character, he was sus tain'ed"a'mid" many' vicissitudes of life by an all-victorious faith. He was the, son of Rev. Vincent Perronet, an excellent English cler gyman of the old school, who was Vicar of Shoreham for fifty years. He was a bosom friend of Rct. Chas. Wesley, in whose diary mention of him may be found, beginning about the year 1750. i'errorct was at heart in opponent jof tiie union of inurcn ana state, ana at last pro duced an anonymous poem entitled the "Mitre," a keen satire on the na tionaicstablisbment. This hostil, ity brought him under the displeas ure of the Countess, his patroness. Severing his connection with her so ciety, he became the pastor of a smacongregatibn of Disscnters.td wfiojaihaApreachedCtillAhii d...

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. — 2 May 1872

Terms of Advertising. Sin. Xcol Jicolh;colXcotjll lwfc 2wk ti.00 6J J8.KJI 110 10.00 1? 11.00 1 MJOOl is 17.00 20 SJJUI .JJU SJO S.TS R.00 Imo 11.00 ll&OO ltOO 3UIJ 6.00 S.0U 9.00 15.00 1100 1S.U) .00 ejoo 150.00 10.UOllS.00 1&00 Deaths and Marriages jjcatU. Local Notices, first insertion, 10 cents per UDC; buwcijucu, luscruuu o cenis per line. Special Notices and Foreign Advertisements per cent, aaauionai. Business Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, H. Administrators' and Erecntors' Nbtl U. County Officials. tlomMOH rialtjwlte, - WILLI AX ItEED. rnbateJud'jt, - - Thomas Abhor. ProMcutiitQ Attornty, - L-ldlOAGLAMi. l'.mhtuCIrk. ... JoilK fe. OKlt bUrif, .... JA11E8S.MCCOUB. Amlitor. ... Joseph II. Newton-. Trtaturtr, - - JACOB CDEBBYnOLUES. EicurJtr, ... W. C JlcDowriL. Ann n OBE1IAX. Macob FlSHEC tllAX'L ItACGIIUAK. JOSHUA SrOXAGLK. Survtyitr, - - -Ccroit'r, InftriMiry Director, HEXBT SHAFFEK. (T.CELLEK ALLISON, I W ASHIXOTON COW EN, Railway Time Tables. Cleveland, Mt. Vernon &a...

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

HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN. H. G. White, T. B. Cunningham, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS Millersbcug, O., : : : May 2, 1872. Republican State Ticket. SECRETARY OF STATE, ALLEN T. WIKOFF. - JUDGE OK SUPREWE COUT, JOHN WELCH. MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, RICHARD U. PORTER. SISATORIAI. electors: JOHN C. LEE, ALPHONSO HART. ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. President Grant is to be present at the meeting of the Society of the Army of the Potomac, to be held at Cleveland, Ohio, on the 7th of Mar. General Stewart L. Wood ward is to deliver the address, and Mr. Edmund C. Stedman is to read a poem. The Grand Army of the Republic, under General Rurnside, and the Cavalry Corps of the Army of the Potomac, are also to meet at the same time and place. DANGEROUS BLASTS. If the Boston Jubilee building fell before a moderate blast of forty miles an hour, how could it be ex pected to stand the blowing of thou sands of Gilmore's wind instru ments in a fortissimo passage? A structure as substantial as the Great Wall of C...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 2 May 1872

HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN. LOCALS. Millersbukc, O., : : : May 2. 1872. Notice to Subscribers. Ocriptlon account stands, by looking at the f i r i uiuruaaickoauie aaures iaue lmtedon themarffinof the naiter. Thnu (to. ures show the exact date tt which subscription has been paid. There may possibly be some mistakes in tbe dates. If so our subscribers win pieae let us know what they are. Post Office Hours. open a. m. and close at 0:15 r. ii. All letters put in tlie outside box up to 9-uO o'clock will lie niaileu lor nest mornings mall Saw Mill Burnt. On Friday last the Saw Mill on Mc- Gauliey's farm two miles north or town took fire and burned tin, detroyin: manr thousand feet of lumber. Change of Name. The Postmaster General ha? author ized the change of the name of Kill buck Postofliee to that of Paladhun, Our citizen' will please take notice of this fact. Recovering. Mis? Maggie Harper, one of the teach ers in the High School has been quite ill for the last week, but we are glad to s...

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

Fireside Department. Three Whats. "Xevcr for;ct the three whats. First, What from? Secondly, What nyi And, thirdly, hat tor What from? Believers are redeemed from hell and destruction. Il'hat bvr By the precious blood of Christ. What to? To an inheritance incor rnjttible, undefded, and that fadeih not awav." Temptation. .1auy horses fall at the bottom of a bill bocaunc the driver tliuiKS tne langer past and the need to hold the reins with firm grip less pressing. So it is often with us when we arc not specially tempted to avert siu, we are the more in danger through slothful ease. I think it was Kalph Erslrfne who said, 'There is no dev il.' The worst temptation that ever overtakes us is, in some respects, preferable to our becoming carnally secure and neglecting to watch and pray. Something to Cling to. The soul of man is a clasping, clinging soul, seeking something over which it can spread itself, and by means of which it can support itself. And just as in a neglected garden you m...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 9 May 1872

Terms of Advertising. 1 in.jSia.i;;col );col'j-eol'Kcol'lc1 lwkj iwkl 2lUO Sino 6 mo fi.ou;iJoi-oo!iwltt.(ja.oo,MLOO 110 100 4-00 iuo! 7X0 10.00: 2.50 3.Til S-M &DU,80UltJ 100 OOl t00, 8J I0LW 1W0! 4.00 GJO I 8j" 1UO0 13.0U 1.M J oJUUI 1-l.J too SJO 150 1 10LM 1100 1500 4.U0 GJX) aoo' tun 80 11-bo 1x00 JO.OO 9.0W 12.U0 16.00 a).oo 21 JM S8.00 25.00 35.00 35.00 9 mo ili.00ll5.00 40.00 SOOOl ,60.00; lr'r. Wi l5.U);is.uo jAiOOjl Deaths and Marriages gratis. Ural Notices, first Insertion, 10 -cents per II DC; &UU3V4UVUh 1JUCTLIUU3 U CCJ1U PCT J 1H& Special Notices and Foreign Advertisements Kusiness Cards, not exceeding S lines, U Administrators and Executors Notices ti. County Officials. Co.Aim riml Judge, - William Ueed. J'nl-iuJuJge, ' - TnosiAS Aehok. rroHfwUag Attortify, - I-AwllOAQLAM). Cottntv Clsrl; . lm, - - editor, Trtaturtr, - J!norler, Jons- S.UKK. 4xia s. AlcCoiir- - Jostm II. NEirrox. Jacob CHEEEvnouiES. - W.U3ICIWWUU ( AB'M WOKKUA.Y. 'JACOB FISHES, (llAK'i. It...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 9 May 1872

-w Holmes County Republican. .v t rtoy it: ,i ".) .s t'.,.-.t. IT.' G. "While, T. U. Cnnningliam, ) tMTOBd AXU PU0PEIET0K8. . Milleksburg, O., : : : May 9, IS72. Republican State Ticket. - .j, JSECKEtlKf Or STATE, , .. .,,ALLE2f T. WIKOFF. ' ' jcDG'E of'sltbemi: court, iIOHN-WELCH: MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, RICHAHD'R. PORTER. sexatoeial electors: " . JOHN1 C, ,LEE, . ALPHONSO jlAUT. OUGHT TO BE DEFEATED NOW. I( The great .Democratic heart, will jbe, fired,;-!!)-. the, intelligence that .Aliss Nellie. Grant was "cheered". .in. r.nviHTiii. tirr 1 1:1 1 ,:i iiui'ul lu , i: - t i i tr 1 .1 ..1. .. 0 t x a defeated now1 at 'any1 cost! REDUCTION OF THE DEBT. The reduction oi -the public debt for the month of April ,'i's $12,,aS3, Oi?.'1 Tlie decrease .'ininonthly in terest since JS6p,'is. $ls79,84(), that Aa-iQit say,, the Government1 pays thatiamount per.inontlt less inter 'est ori;o'irr"'de'bi than',:Whcn' Grant "was inaugurated. (':RefAhh,.7s neqd "eJ'br th'e' Democratic; capital, ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 9 May 1872

9, . 1872. -t .tr Holmes Coiinty:Repiil3lican IiO OAXiS, jIiixkrsbceo, 0., : : :ilay 0. 1S72. Notice to Subscribers. Subscriber, can always tell how their mb cription accountetandi.iiy lookiugat the figures arter'tlieir name on the addrvc label pauedon tbfcuiarfiuof the paper. Those tiff ures show the exact date to vhich subscription has been paid. There mar po-siblr lie M)ae mistakes in the dates. It to our suliTrlbrr. vnll please let us know what tht y a re. Post Office Hours. The Tost .Office will be oen1 at -7 a. m. au'd close at 0:15 r. it. 1M1 Inters put In theoutsidcjiox yp,to,9-30 o'clock will he mallei for next inoniifi""- mail. Wanted. 5,000 Bnshels of choice Peach Blow Potatoes by E. P.arton & Co., Millers bnrg; O. '23n 1 Let the Children Sleep. Our bright, active, intelligent Ameri can boys and girl? need a good deal ofj Fleen. Make Ibem so to ted early, and then if they can deep, until breatf:i-t-tiine let them. Good Fishing. Jlonday night of" last weefc Xlf. Vbl In...

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