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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 26 September 1872

Farm and Household. Seasoning Timber. If the tree is felled while in leaf, and allowed to lie while the foliage withers, the wood will season much sooner than otherwise, as the leaves will draw all the sap before they die. Sunshine in Parlors. ine norror or a sunshine, by no means too abundant in this region, has more to do with the fear ot dis colored "curtains and carpets thau it ought to have, especially among the.nch. hat signifies the nvin of a few colors, easily replaced, com pared with the giving a proper wel come to the great colorer himself the sun, that makes all things beau tiful? There are few sights in your town-house more cheerful than a sodden burst or sun into the room, smiting the floor into so many win dows, and making the roses on the very carpet look as if they felt it. Let them fade in good season as the others do; and make up for the expense, dear fashionable peo pie, by staying a little more at home, keeping belter hours, and saving the roses on your cheeks Le...

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. — 3 October 1872

Terms of Advertising. 1 in. Js'eol Vcol Icol i Swt Jin. Xcol KCOll Xeol; 510 fLOO $1.50 (2.00 fUX &00 18.00 3JUU 3.75 i50 tso aso 12.00 15.00 1&O0 4.00 S.O0 MX) 3X0 8XTJ 1O00 10.00 12 14 15 20 25 l irk 1.00 HO 150 6X10 600 11.00 1300 12X0 11.00 I'M . lmo 3 mo Smo 6 mo Smo 3.00 4.00 6.00 6JJ0 11JW 1&00 21X0 sou 13.00 4.00 1500 120.00 35J0 6.00 6.00 9.oo : 25.00 .00 15.03 12.00 15.00) 28.00 50.00 irr. 10.03 35X0 00.00 -80 Deaths and Marriages gratis. Local Notices, first Insertion, 10 cents perl line; luraequcm iiiMrrnuus u ceou per line. Special Notices and Foreign Advertisements percent auauionu . Business Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, U- Administrators and Executors Notices $2. County Officials. . Common PleaM Judge, Probate Judge, - '. IProeecutfng A ttorney. County Clerk, . WlLUAM ItlZD. Thomas .Akxob. - I-lt-HOAOLAX. JOII.V OKA." SAertr, Auditor. Treasurer, Jakes h. JlcCoxa. - Josrrn II. Mwtox. - - Jacob Chzebtiiolhks. . W.CMcDOVXU. Eteorder, CommUetonere, 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. — 3 October 1872

Holmes County Republican. H. G. White, T. B. Cunningham, ZDZTOKS AXD PEOrMKTORS. Milleesbdbg, O., : Oct 3, 1872. Kc7' Vitai.H.IM'' FOR PEESIDEST, Gen. ULYSSES S. GRANT, Of Illinois. FOR VICr-PKESIDEXT, Hon. HENRY WILSON, Of Massachusetts. SENATORIAL ELECTORS: JOHN C. LEE, ALPHONSO HART. Republican Ticket. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, e ALLEN T. WIKOFF. TOR JUDGE OF SUPREME' COURT, JOHN "WELCH. FOR UESIBER BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, RICHARD R. "PORTER. FOE COXGRESS 14T1I DISTRICT, "'THOMAS E. DOUGLASS. For Probate Judge, JOHN HUSTON, Sen. For County Auditor, ABRAHAM B. RUDY. For Clerk ofthe Court, JOHN F. HUDSON. For Commissioner, JOHN YODEli. For Infirmary Director, HENRY JOHNSON. To the polls every man next Tuesday. GRANT'S RECORD. 5384,144,299. The reduction of the public debt since Grant has been President amounts to $348,144,299 The reduction of taxes amounts to over $100,000,000 a year. The, reduction of the public debt during the month of August was $10,735,000. The reduction of intere...

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. — 3 October 1872

Holmes County Republican IiOOAZiS. Milleesbueo, O., : : Oct 3, 1872, Notice to Subscribers. Qubscribers can always tell how their sub scription account sunns, uyiooKingat the figures after their names on the address label pasted on the margin of the paperi Thoe fig ures show the exact date to which subscription lias been paiL There may possibly lie Mine mistakes in the dates. If so our subscribers win please let ns Enow w.hat they are. Gone East. J.E. Kocli, Jr., left for the east on Tuesday last, and intends to purchase the largest stock of Fall and AVlnter Goods ever brought to tbis market. He Will hac a bargain for everybody. Found A pocket account boot, near Bloom field. The owner can have It by calling . at this (Office and paying for, this notice. Splendid Entertainment. The Bell, Eingera had good houses both Thursday and Friday nights. Their performances, were exceedlndy good Our citizens were well entertained and all went away satisfied with the enter tainment. . The Great P...

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. — 3 October 1872

Fireside Department. The True Green Old Age. I know not a more beautiful spec tacle in the world than an old '-.man who has gone with honor through all its storms and conquests, and who retains to the last the frdshncss of feeling that adorned his jyouth. Such arc. ever welcome to the young and sympathy unites, while wis- - dom guides. There is this distinc, K tion between respect and ven eration: the latter has always in it something . of love. Generosity. lj 1U liaug mJ.il sum:..' mis uiuuj .cUulaylweariftUvaUtl&girlsof, seven or eight summers, who seemed to be enjoying vacation finely, and all to themselves. Passing through jthe,-street, unmindful, of what "was goingbn', they'scebietljfiVlianpy as "'"''two larks, anil looked'as-bcautiful as they seemed happy. Stopping at one of our candy-shops, one of them made a purchase of candy,, a large, nice-looking stick, and' break ing., it, gave, her little companion half, saying as she did it, with the Jlary,,.jijU may have the large...

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. — 10 October 1872

Terms of Advertising. tin. $1.00 Sin.' XcolUt"1! col! Js'col, Xcolj lcol 1-wk1 fiOO 4K S4.00 6X0 LOO 8.00 fS.00 no 2 Wk 3 wk 1.50 21AI is! 3.00! 4.00 COO 10.00 S.UU 3.UI 3.3 4JjO 6J0 &50 12.00 15.00 18.00 4.UU 5.00 6.00 aso 11.00 16.00 41.00 S5.0U 6X0 800 12JUO Iran 3 mo so 150 4.00 0.00 sou 10 00 10.00 1X00 14.00 H.00 HjOO 1300 20.00 2S.00 3 mo Ciuo 9iuo 1500 20.00 35J0 50.00 9.00; 12.00 15.00! 25.00 40.00 45.00 ly'r. 35.00 00.001 Deaths and Marriages gratis. - lVocal Notices, first insertion, 10 cents per line; subsequent insertions u cenu per line. Sjiecial Xotices and Foreign Advertisements per cent, auumunai. llusincss Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, $J, Administrators and Executors' Xotiees $2 County Officials. CWmon Pleat Judge, - WILLIAM Keed. rroJHiUJud'je, - - Tnoifis ARMOR. rrotermting Attorney, I-IwllOAGLAKli. Conxtv CUrt, - - - Jons K OKR. SUrff.- - - - - 4AJIERS. MCCOMB. Auditor, .... Jostrn If. Newton. Treaturer, - - JACOB CIIEBRTH0I.ME3. Recorder. ... W.CMCUOWElX. ...

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. — 10 October 1872

"Holmes County Republican. Cannlngfaain, ZDITORf iSD ntOrSIETOXS. JIilleesbubo, O., : Oct. 10. 1872. OO.I I TOR PBESIDEXT, .Gn. ULTSSES S. GRANT, r.r- Of lllinois. .? " u FOIl'VICE-rBESIDEXT, '.'Hoa. HENRY WILSON, 33 " Of Massachusetts.. SEJfATOBIAL ELECTORS: JOHN C. LEE, - AtPHONSO HART. THE LAST OF POOR HORACE. RESULT IN HOLMES COUNTY. HoIme4 has1 given" about the usual majority Jroin tl'iirteen to fourteen hundred. "VVe will give the votes of the townSMteek.1 WAYNE COUNTY. Waiecounty -has done noblj. Sh.(U9$ ekcted,ier, entire Republi cak'ticket 'except Sheriff. One more trial, and, she' will be redeemed en tireljt- .in!', ' GLORIOUS OHIO. i So much was claimed by the Confederates in this State that many of lus doubted - whether we would elect our ttcfcef, iff say nothing of e?fiiPf? "P. WW Governor. Noyes' handsome tn'Monty 'of 1871. But lodk'aiiiie" returns. The fine fic-ures- made foribim .have been equal ed anVl'pdssibiy surpassed by thou 8artits1s"lR'n'ot tnis glorious enoug...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 October 1872

Holmes County Republican LOCALS. Millersbukg, O., : : Oct. 10, 1872. Notice to Subscribers. gnbscribcrs can always tell how their sub cription account stands, by looking at the llgures alter their names on the address label pasted on the margin or the paper. Those fig. tires show the exact date to which subscription has been paid. There may possibly be tome mistakes in ine uaies. ji so oar snuscnuers will please let us Know what they are. Post Office Hours. The Tost Office trill be open at a. ji. and close at 9:30 p. m. All letters put in the outside box up to 9;30 o'clock will be mailed lor next morning s inau. Correction. A Uimson is marked 1st Premium on Peck ol' Tomatoes. It should be Win, Anderson. Another Fizzle. The Democratic and Liberal Repub lican meeting at Winesburg last Friday was a very slim affair. When the meet ing was organized, there were about 70 persons present, and when 3Ir. Berry rose to speak about hall the audience left the School House. Just Arrived. Once mo...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 October 1872

Fireside Department. Fireside Department. Who is Old? A wise man will never rust out As long as he can move or breathe he will be doing something for him self, for his neighbors, or for posteri ty. Almost to the last honrof his -life, Washington was at work; so - were flo ward, Young and 'Newton. cThe vigor of their lives never de- caved. .No rust marred their spirits, tItjs a.foolish:idea-to suppose that tre must lie. .down., and die. 'because we are old. Who is old? Not the tHjanijOf energy; not the day laborer .in science, art, or benevolence; but he onlv who, suffers his energies to waste away, and the springsv-of.-'life to become motionless; on whose .hands the hours drag heavily, and .to whom all things-wear the garb of gloom. "Is lie old.-" mere are scores of grayheaded men we should prefer, in any important enterprise, tqyoungmenwhfifcar and tremble at kbnrdachina WbaH6ws,t and (turn pale "at anarsh word or a frown, as at a lion in their path. Trust Children Never accuse a c...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 October 1872

Terms of Advertising. IXC' Tim :) 'air-sio 2 wk LS too) 15S 3.00 J5O u-w gW 1U.WJ4.UU gjO (11.00 HO) u oojso 00 2 mo 30 4.00 3mo Cmo 9mo 4.U0 6.00 B.IX) 6.00 9J! 14.00 I14-"0 130.00 IZiM liu0 SUM sg.cOO.O0 18.00 !.) U j43J S5J0 13.00 M.t 1U.UI 1S.U9 .bum DcathAaad Hamajes gratis.- TjoiI-VaiIue 41vt insertion. 10 enfc Unfijsuwenitent insertions 0 cents perHjuj. bpeetai AOMcesana x orcijrr,aareruse3iejlt : ii J g. County Officials. COMnon Pleai Judje, WlLLIAli EUD. J'roSiiU Judge. - - Thomas ABXoa., nfrvoetifUngAUrrxtli, . L. n.dloLAXS. Atdiior. - - - Jostru h.-newtok. - TrvHwit. .- ,- JACgs CiICTBrnoiMBi, lUamter. .1 .- Wj-COlelrowsju-. j. v -V' Wobksiam. Coimmistiohert, .(-IAPPE FlsUKK. (Iiax'l Biccnx AS. 'jS'i rtfjp'r, TVKjjWV', .IOSnCM.brUSSat.Ej ; " IIEXEl-SlfATVrE.' (LrF.LLEM A1.L1SOK. t-InfirtiutryDlrtettfrt, .louifMiAEV. mAsnixGToxCowivN. Railway Time Tables. Cleveland, Mt. Vernon & Delaware R. R. c.oixa N'tnrrn.- " - - , .JiX-JtUail. AccomM Leave Mil ersburi-i ir:i.A. i. ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 October 1872

HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN. 'M; G.TTMte, T. B. CnaalBgliaH, ID1T0E3 AXD rEOPRirTOKS. MlLLEWBDBg.-tO.. Pet- Jt 1872. 1 . f OR PBESIDEXT, Gen. TJLTSSES S. GRANT, Of Illinois; TOR VICXPRESIDEXT; -Hon. HENRY WILSON, Of Massachusetts. sexaTobiaL electors i JOHNC. 1EE, ' ALPHONSO HART. THE RESULT IN HOLMES COUNTY. The following figures show the wllfcle number, of votes cast in Hplmej County, Cur the, .different candidates, on the. State and Couq tj- ticket at the late election. SECRETARY OF STATE. AfjuiiaTViley (D.) 2,451 AUen.T,.'TOkoff(E.) . . 930 . .1,521 MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS Jwkc'jj: 'Riley (i.) . ' " ;2,45G Bichard D. Porter (R.) . 932 SUPREME JUDGE. iiqfin L. Green (Dl) John Welch (R.) 2,455 929 1,520 CONGRESS. 'John Berry (D.) " " Thomas E. Douglass (R.) 2,453 932 .Crii2 fia.'ixsM m u3zr-; 1,521 CLERK. John S..Orr(D.) ,,; 2,424 JohniRHudson (R.) 922 1,502 PROBATE JUDGE. 2,448 Thomas Armor (D.) . , John Huston (R.) ,920 1,528 AUDITOR. 2,420 929 Joseph H Newton. (D.) Abraham...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 October 1872

HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN LOCALS. Miiaersbukg, O., : : Oct. 17, 1872. Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers c&n always tell how their snb cription account sunds.liy looting at the liirures after their name on the aililrai label pasted on the margin of the paper. Those fig ures show the exact date to which subscription has been paid. There may possibly be omc mistakes in the dates. If so our subscribers will please let us know what they are. Post Office Hours. The Post Office will be open at a. M. and close at 0:30 l-.M. All-letters put In the oufcide boa: up to tKW o'clock will be mailed for next mornins s man Marble Shop. John Gctz the tombstone mai, has got fairly under way, and is ready to supply all who call on him with the best of workmanship. See his advertise ment in another column. Attention. Attention is called to the announce ment of new goods by A. Ilersh, at Charles Warner's old stand. Mr. Ilersh is prepared to supply the wants of all, with everything In the Grocery and ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 October 1872

Fireside Department. A Joyful Thing. It is a sweet, a joyful thing, to J bejharer jritb Chrjstin Snjthlng. 5dl'Dfefinfents1'wtiercin he .is not TStUif'ltfth-e.goxihhaV.lovcs Wmnd itUiitfgSTrktf'fiirn arenweet. The -worst tilings pf Christ are more traFy deligbtrurthan'thc besyhings bt3 thVwbHd; liisFffliction, are sweeter thair their jileasores, hi p ttrbaeVfnoreTich thnn treasures, s IbrkfoiirflfcetiesfcntkJcommunion sot only in tuingS.:cth.erwi9eplea- sant, but .in the hardest and narsn est things, which hare not anything is them desirabteGut only that this thought is very sweet to a heart possessed with this -lore. What does the world by,. t Jiatred,nd him, gires us a greater share with him in that which he did so willing ly undergo for me? "When he was fpugtefocito beitBadearJcingv'jCu St. Pfrnard remarks Ji&, escaped: but wB,&tu'wasub'hintc'to th cross, he freely yielded blm- jkIC And shall we shrink and keep back froiji wjiat hecalls us to suffer .taEec iea,eren.aux)ur...

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. — 24 October 1872

Terms of Advertising. 1 iQ-2in.3.'col lJ4Col'jcoV3,"eol'eol mo uju ja.00, o txo iojo i: 1J0 2JJU 150 itO! MOj 3.0U 3.00 AMI 3wk w s-oo COO fifJO 1 mo 2 mo 3 mo 6 mo 9 mo 450 1IJ0 &5U UMi 11.00 UUO If 3JU 4.U0 u 6.UU 10.00; 00 6.00 11 U) is.oon.oo no) luooiai 001 9.00 1S.UU 15.00 ajOO liuO 15JH IiWjlSUO ss.oo !J.UJ1M.00; S&0U ji.UUjSI.V0j Deaths and Marriages gratis. lineal Kotices," first" insertion. 10 cents cr line; suoeiuen& insertions o ccna per line. Special Notices anil Foreign Advertisements 2D per cenu suuiuuiuu. Itusiness Cards, not exccedingSllnes, (4 Administrators' ami Exerntors' XoticesfS. County Officials. Common PlttUjvilge, . WlLLIA EEII). l'rJ.tU JuJ-jr. - . THOMAS ARMOR. PrwMmj Attwn, - I. It IloaotaM". C'omtgCUrt, - - - JOMAO". .Aeri. - - - JaKSS. JlcCOMB. Awl,Ur. - - - JosrrH II.Xkvtok. HtsorJrr, - - - W.C MCDOWELL. Tnaturrr - - Gottlieb (.irbik. ' AS'M WORIMAX. Cmmlatmm. - ' Jacoa t iamcK. J Wit WALKrP. Surtvyor,, -Coroner, Infirmary Dfrfctvri, .ToSl...

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. — 24 October 1872

Holmes Ccmnty Republican. II. GXrhite, T. B. Cunningham, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. Milleesbubg, O., i Oct- 54. 1872. " - ; ; Republican Ticket. Foe Pbesidext, ULYSSES S. GRANT. "oe"Vi6e President, HENEY WILSON.- Electors at Large, JOHN G. LEE. ALPHONSO HART. iISTBICT"ELECrOUS. DlSTS. 1. JosncA. H.Bates. 2. William E. Davis. 3. Thomas Mooee. 4. William Allen. 5. Matthew C. Hale. C. Geoege'R. Haines. 7. Marcus. Boggs. j 8. CHABLE3 PbELXIS. 9. John S. Jokes. 10. Christopher Columbus Ketch. 11. Homer C. Jones.' 12. Lutiieb Donaldson. 13. Isaac Smuckee. 14. Isaac ILKiEBr. 15. Charles H; Grostekor. 10. JONATHAN' T. XJfDEGRAFF. 17. Joshua Anderson Riddle. 18. John R. Bccutel. 19. Aaron Wilcox. 20. John C. Gbannis. FINE FIGURING. The Farmer is certain, of carry ing Ohio, because the JBepubliban majority is only 15,000, and a change from Grant to Greeley, of three in each school district will wipe it.out, True,, most astute fig urer, but suppose the three don't change!. Or suppose there shoul...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 October 1872

Holmes Comity Republican LOCALS Millebsbubg, O., : : Oct, 24, 1872, Notice to Subscribers. . Oubscrilierscan always tell hour their sub scription account sianui, us loosing at me ngnres after their names on the address label pasted on the margin of the paper. Those fig ures show the exact date to which subscription has been paid. There' may possibly be some will please let us know what they are. Post Office Hours. Tim Post nfiire will be open at an it. All letter put in tlie outside bos up to 0-30 o'clock .... i . ... I r, f. nllll win dc maiieu ior uei niui. ....... Tickets. We hope our Republican friends in the various townships will be a little more prompt in calling for the tickets tor the Presidential election than they were at the last, election. "We were obliged to send out the tickets to two tnvnshiii3 on the day- irecediiir the election, and one of these was the mo distant ton-nshin in the county. AVe will have the tickets ready for dtstribu tion by Saturday, the 20th of Oc...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 October 1872

Fireside Department. Taking Hold and Letting Go. Peter's venture I call it venture, and yet it was not venture, for that, implies hazard, whereas there was no risk was leaving a leaking.sink ingboat, to go on; board a noble ship. Still to human eyes, though not to angels, it 'was a venture. Frail as the vessel was, it was to hu man eyes safer thsfn the sea. Out of this vessel he ljt himself down into the raging sea, and began his walk. He was now wholly in the arms of Jesus; nothing between him and the waves but these ever lasting arms. What his feelings were in letting go his hold of the ship we do not know; perhaps very peculiar; but with that wQrd 'Come' sounding over the waves,why should he fear? His was the venture of faith; a faith which showed itself not in its power to grasp, but to let go the vessel's side the human stay, les, we often speak of faith as taki'pg hold, but here it is seen in letting", go.' JToratio Sonar, Evening. Alueu of our lifetime is compos- ,eu of the e...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 31 October 1872

Terms of Advertising. I in. 2 in. 5,'eol Xcolljjcoll yeollxco'l10"' 11.50 ruo iO0 IflATOltSJX) awk 3wk 1.3U 2JJ0 tail 3JXJ ZAJU 3.00 ST5 3.00 SOU 8JU SOKI (LOO 800 ,JW 1V.W SAU 12X0 H.00 1T.00 11 1 mo Smo 100 4.00 ran 10.00 15 "II 6JjO li.00 13X0 15.08 3 mo Ci mo 4.UU 0.00 s.t 10.00; 11.00 116.00 ajoo SAW 13.00 :sojoo S3-UJ 20.00 if 20 8.00 SAO 35JS0 If 45 9 mo ly'r. 15.00 1SAU 40X0 COO oaon G5 Hi GO 00 Deaths and Marriages gratis. local Xoticcs. first insertlonlO cents, per line; auusetpjen wiuuu q ccuu per line. Special Notice anil Foreign Advertisements . per cent, auuiuonai. Business Cards, not exceeding 5 Vnes; $1 Administrators' and Executors Xollccs $2. County Officials. Common Pleat JuJoe, - William Reed. Probate Judy, - - TnojIAS AEMOK. PrvaatUsg Attoruef, - L.lI.II04Gl.A!iO. County Clerk, - - - JonK S.OKE. SUrlf, - - - - JAUXS MCCOJB. Auditor - - - Josrra ILJiE-rTosi Recorder. - - - W. ti MCIIO WILL. Treanrer. - - Gottlieb Gjubiil. " AC W1KAK Cmanimlonen, - Jacob Fisher. (...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 31 October 1872

Holmes Comity Republican. H. G. mite, T. B. Cnnntagham, ZDIT0B8 AND PROPRIETORS. Miiaersbueg, O., : Oct. -31. 1872. Republican Ticket. Foe President, ULYSSES S. GEANT. For Vice President, HENRY WILSON. Electors at Large, , . JOHN C. LEE. ALPHONSO HART. DISTRICT ELECTORS. DlSTS. w 1. Joshua" H. Bates: 2. William E. Davis. - 3. Thomas Moore. 4. William Allen. ' 5. Matthew C. Hale. 6. George R. Hatnes. " 7. Mabcds Bogus. 8. Charles Phelus. 9. John S. Joxes. 10. Christopher Columbus Exech. 11. Homer C. Jokes. 12. Luther Donaldson. 13. Isaac Smccker. 14. Isaac 31. Kinur. 15. Charles H. Grosvexob. 16. Jonathan T. Updegraff. 17. Joshua Anderson Riddle. ' 18. John R. Buchtel. 19. Aaron Wilcox. 20. John C. Grannis. President Grant's second term commences on the 4th of next March. ORGANIZE. On Tuesday next the people of the United States will meet at their respective places of holding elec tions, and cast their vote for Presi dent and Vice President, The Oc tober election resulted in sweeping...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 31 October 1872

Holmes County Republican LOCALS. Miixeesbubo, O., : : Oct. 31, 1872. Notice to Subscribers. Ocbscribersean always tell how their sub scription account stanus.uy looking at me Hurc auer lueir names on LUC JUiarcss muei (lasted on the margin of the paper. Tboe fig ures show the ciact date to which snbcriptiou has heen paid. There may possibly be tome IDUkVI la iUC USWtt. 11 Ml our uiuiumig irtU please let us know what thevare. Notice. The members of Killbuck Lodge 'So, 81, 1. 0. O. F., are requested to meet In Odd Fellow's Hall, on Xov. 5tli, 1872, for the purpose of transacting vcrr im portant business. D. HENDERSON, N. G. ALLEN SPRANKLE, R. S. Change in Mail Time. On and after Friday, Xovember,lst., the mail going Xortli will closest 10:1." x. m. All letters for that mail must be in by that time. Kail going South will close at 3 p. m. T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M. Dedication. The dedication of the Disciple church at Eipley, will take 'place Xov.-17tli Service will begin on Thursday previ ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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