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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 31 October 1872

Fireside Department. Fireside Department. For the REPUBLICAN. CHRISTIAN LIGHT. BY E. D. I. Christians, je ro light to the world. Then let jourlamus be burning bright; Fur darkness hath her wing entailed. To combat with the stars ot light; And she would blend the two in one, I'aint blackest ruin, a spotless white; She hath no concord with the snn, Yc have no sisterhood with night. Your light will sin and wrens; reveal; But earth loves Dot the rar divine. That shines on what she would conceal. Herpowerof darkness confine, . To blot forever from her skr. The stars that in her midnight shine; Upon herseir would she relt , And glory in the light's decline. Oh! she doth not perceive jour worth; But she will say that you are impure. Know you are in, not of the earth ; Her contact would your light obecure. Her touch of sin the sou! defiles, Her pleasures briogtheebutdepair;. Though she natter you andsmiles, f ' Bementber that she lays a snare, ' The worldprays not, "Lord give m igfit." But ...

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 November 1872

Terms of Advertising. ln-hin.1),'coll:o!)4col o ml.TT.1 't-Lntl W-00 I&oo 18.00 " 2 wk IU.WT J- 1JUO H 1 mo liOU HJM 1 kUU (20.U0 40.00 ii00 ly'r. 10.00 15J0jlUiU 60.00, Deaths and Marriages gratis Xocal Notices, lint insertion, 10 cents per line; snteequcnt incnion o su ijcuuc. Spccfal Notices and Foreign Advertisements o per cent, auumuiuu. Business Cards, not exceeding 5 line, Administrators' and Executors' Notices ti County Officials. Common Plea, 'J vd'je, J'robaU Judye, rrontcuUiig A ttomey, Cvttnt CUrtj htJ-'t". - - - - - WllLlAM BEZS THOXAS ARXO-. - UlLllOiOLi.VR JOHXtj-OBR. . JAJU.3 S. MCCOHK. A miliar, Josr.rn if.jixTTox, Reoftr&tr. - W. C. AlCUOWELL. Gottlieb Gebbeb. ( ai' ivoeihav. Jacob Fishes. ( Wk. Waucr. . JosnuiSroKinLE. Treasurer, -CtmunUaiontrt, -Surveyor, uoroiur. In JtrrMry Director, (LVEU.EX AU.ISAX, JJOBN fcHAEP. hVASHIXOTON COWIS. Railway Time Tables. Railway Time Tables. Cleveland, Mt. Vernon & Columbus R. R. GOING NORTH. Express. 'Way Freight ua...

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 November 1872

0" Holmes County Republican. H. G. TTIiIte, T. B. Cnmiingbam, EDITOBS A2CD rEOrKIETOBS. Hilleksbubg, Q-, : : Nov- 7, 1873. President Grant's second term commences on the 4th of next March. THE VICTORY. The returns which have been re ceived up to the date of going to press, enables us to state that Prcs ident Grant has been re-elected by an electoral majority, and we believe .also by a popular majority, greater than was ever before in the history of the country given to any Presi dential candidate. The opposition have probably carried Maryland, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia and Missouri; with Alabama, Florida, Virginia and West Va. as doubtful. Not a word of comment is requis ite. Every great epic sufficiently interprets itself. Horace Greeley on His Way up Salt. River. FOR GRANT. Iowa C0,000. Maine 30,000. v Indiana 20,000. Arkansas 7,000. Delaware 2,000. Michigan 30,000.. Nebraska 10,000. Louisiana 13,000. New York 40,000. Ohio from 20 to 30,000. California 5,000 to 10,000. Connecti...

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. — 7 November 1872

Holmes County Republican MlLLEKSBUBG, O., Nov. 7, 1872. Notice to Subscribers. CJuiiscriberscan always tell bow their sul-?-Ocription account stands, by looking nfr the : pasted on the margin or the paper, ares show the exact date to which s: subscription hii been uaid. There mar Dossiblr be ome mhtakesm the dates. If so oar subscribers Trill please let at know what thev are. Change in Mail Time. On and after Friday, November, lsU Hthe mall going Xortli will close at 10 : a. 11. All letters for that mail must be "In by that time. Mail going South will 7 close at 3 P. M. T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M. Dedication "The dedication of the Disciple church at Elpley, will take place Xov..l7th. Service will begin on Thursday previ ous, and will be conducted by Elder J, if. Jones, as. the principalspeaker, Oth er speakers are expected to be present. The public are invited to attend. Collision. The morning express on the Cleve land, lit. Vernon & Columbus railroad, collided wlfli a freight train...

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. — 7 November 1872

Fireside Department. Coming Home. BY MARY E. KELLY. Oh! tell mc not there is charm in the well-swept hearthj in the soft dressing gown, and the cozy slippers, waiting by the easy cliair to rest the weary fe'et that have all day toiled, to bring so many com forts to the loved ones at home. Home! home! that haven of rpst iorwmcn so many ton: norKipg men's feet irearv for home: think' ing men's brows ache ior home; he mercnam Drums ins great ware ho ases for home: for it the black smith's anvil rinss: the plowman turns the soil; the author tliiiiks and writes his volumes; and far across the tossing billows of the ocean, the sailor turns iiis longing eyes homeward; while the brave soldier, devoted heart and soulito home, as be treads his lonely bent, breathes the names of "wife, chil dren, home!" And now, from all his care and toil, the husband and father comes to claim the chair, the sappers and the gown, the work of loving hearts and busy hands. Happy children s voices call, "Papa, pa...

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. — 14 November 1872

Terms of Advertising. lin-llin..-col! loot (1.00 1 3JX HBO 5JW 6.00 800 11.00 l&fl) JSJO 100 lll 14.001 17.00 10 IS 11 15 so !vU vk 1 mo Siuo Smo Gmo 9ino LJM ejjo 2JJU SJOi S.GO 5.0U 3S 150 3.00 400 COO 9.00 5.00 6JJ0 8.50 10D0 13.00 1500 410 8.001 10.00 G0 sio ltoo ltUJO 11JU0 l&UO J1.0U 4WU 20.00 50.00 115.00 s4i 11O0! 15.U0 2SJ0 35.00 40.00 1MX) GS Ml 00.00' Deaths and Marriages gratis. IxkmJ Kotlees. first InsertKrailS. eeateftt lint; aubseunent Insertion 6 cents per tine. - " Special Nottccs and Foreign Advertisements Business Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, (4. Administrators' and Executors' Notice (3. County Officials. Common. Pleat Judge, - WlLtlAJf UlID. PrvlMUJmdvt. - - THOnas Anno. rntmtlnt Attorney. - I-'v"04"""- c'MiMg curt, - - -i- Auditor, Btcnrdtr. Treasurer, . - T...'rpl If WTnV. GOTTLIEB GtlltK. W. U. JUCOOWLLU AB'lf 0M1. JlCOI VlSBER. Wk. Waurr. Josnci.SroxiOLi.-i Comalutonen, Surveyor, Coroner, LCILLIK ALLISON', in.trin.iry Director; JJOBK ShaT Railway Tim...

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 November 1872

1CJT Holmes.County Republican. II. O. White, T. B. Cunningham, ZDITOKS iXD PBOrSIEIORS. MiLLEESBinto, O., : : Nov. 14. 1872. THE GRAND RESULT. Every JforthernState recorded its Tote on tbe uth jnst for Gen. Grant by majorities far beyond the! most sanguine expectations of his friends. The victory is most decisive, mag nificent and overwhelming. All the Southern States except live or six have proved their fidelity to Grant by casting their votes for him. The sound policy which has been adopt ed by the Administration during the past four years, have given con fidence to our people, credit to our country, and a feeling of security both at home and abroad. The vic tory has been most complete. The great principles of the Republican party have triumphed gloriously. JJew York State, the great strong Tiold, in the North, of, Democracy, has spoken most emphatically in fa vor of the present administration. This is most magnificent, taking in to consideration the fact that it was the. home of ...

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 November 1872

HoImes.County Republican JIiLLEKSBuno, 0., : : Nov. 14, 1872 Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers can always tell how their sub eription areouut stands, by lookinr; at the llirures alter tneir names on uie auuress label parted on the margin or the paper. Those flg ures show the exact date to which subscription has been paid. There way possibly be ome mistakes in the dates. If m out subscribers -n-ill please let us know what tbev are. Change in Mail Time. On and after Friday, November, 1st. the mail Eoiujr Xorth will close at 10:4 a. ji. All letters for that mail must be . , r C K ... : 1 1 in by Uiat time, jiaii going amui close at 3 r. sr.- Change in Mail Time. T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M. New Photograph Gallery. Mr. Hos3 Hall will open ont on the 20th inst., new Photograph rooms at the old stand of Courtney & Appleton. Mr. Hall is well known to our citizen 33 a first-class -workman, and we; pre dict for hiin a good run or custom. Writing School. Mr. IV. E. Hoyer commenced a wri ting ...

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 November 1872

-gjjWg genu "tiUcfigtoeggljw, .fflf8 S'fSiffe2- Fireside Department. New Way to Save Melons. A man in Indiana complained to a friend that the thieves got, so many of his melons that it wasn.$ worth his while to raise them. "I'll tell you how to save your melons." sail! his friend. "I confif not keep my melons nor other fruit; But a little while ago a missionary; of the Sunday School Union got op a bunday school here, and 1 haven t had any melons stolen since. He just keeps telling them they'll go to some awful hot place if they steal, or lie, or cuss, or break Sunday, and then he gives the youngsters such nice pictures, and teaches them to sing such nice songs, that they'd a heap sight ratter go to Sunday School than eat melons if theyf had the'ni.ii?r ; ft. Too Much for Whisky Stills. A certain town of Eastern Tenn essee boasted in having four whisky sUllsfl 'The; son,.'jBthej man who' SpHayjmoriingand-tlfatk so free ley as to'get'drunk. Hc'then went to a distant church, and made s...

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 November 1872

Terms of Advertising. Hn-;2in.K'col tffKcol wMf WIliSl i6-W S.0O 110 ' DX1 10M &.W) it.m lico 2J0j iauo M.uui 13.00 ,17.00 j 15.00 2000 o)0 Cmo G jiu 4 0oj 6jn ""!lH 4.V0 CM 6.00 8J0 liuu ; joo io JJ saw 2UojsiS iiwii" .,,u "-w jj r. .O0 liUMltw 'Si;3i00lli)jOaX0 Deaths and Marriages gratis. Local Notices, first insertion, 10 cents r. line; subsequent insertion. 6 cents per line. S.iecial Notices anil Foreign Advertisements jcr cenu auuiuonai. Business Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, fl. Admin"Bt'aUrs' and Executors Notices J County Officials. Common VUl. Judge, Probate Jvl-j. -J'rtnecutittg A ttvmey, X'hM Cirri", Serlf. - - - -Auditor, -Recorder, - -Treanrer, - - Commiuiontre, - - William Hied. TnUttAfi A BUOS. - L.ILIII1AUHM1. JonK. ORB. J aiie S. McCoys. JusrpH II. Newtox. . W C MCKOWELL., GOTTLIEB CfL-KBElt. Jacob fisiier. WJL WALECr. JosririKruj.-j.GLE. llEssr Shaffer. Surteyot' -Coroner, Infirmary Director, (I.F CUES ALLISO.V, )Johs snABr. iWiEniXCTOVCOUTX. Railway Time Tabl...

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. — 21 November 1872

Holmes County Republican. H. G. TYTUte, T. B. Cnnnlngliam, EDITORS AND PEOPBIETOSS. Milleisbuko, O., : : Nov. 21 1872. UNKIND. The "unkindest cut of all" is for tho Democrats now to swear they could have got along"bctter without the aid of Republican deserters who joined their ranks. They claim in stead of being a help to them, they drove honest Democrats away. It is doubtless true, yet the Demo crats should spare the feelings of their late associates a little. A "PRODIGIOUS BLUNDER." "Floating political drift-wood" is what the World now calls its late Liberal allies. It says the "obsti nate, silent scorn of Democrats" cost thrice as many votes as were gained from the Republicans; de clares the Greeley canvass a "pro digious blunder;" extends a cordial hand to those who refused the crow; and gives the Liberals a hint as plain as anything less than shoe leather could make it, to "clear out." POPULATION OF BOSTON. The population of Boston is 250, 000. It is the richest city in the Uni...

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. — 21 November 1872

Holmes County Republican Miixersburo, O., : : Nov. 21, 1872 Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers can always tell how their sub cription account stands, by looking at the ligures after their names on the address label pasted on the margin or the paper. Those fig ures show thcexact date to which subscription has been naiL There may possibly be tome mistakes in lucaaics. ii bo our bnnscriucrs will please let us saiow what ther arc. Change in Mail Time. On and after Friday, XoTember.lst., the mail going Xorth will close at 10:4. a. M. All letters for that mail must be in by that time. JIail going South will close at 3 p. it. T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M. Post Office Hours on Thanksgiving. The Post Office will be open Thanksgiving, 2fov. 2Sth, from 7 on rto8 a. M., from half past ten to 12 M. and and from 3 to 5 p. m. T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M. Business Houses Closed. TVe have been requested to state that the business houses in JUllersburg will be closed on Thanksgiving day, Thurs day, Xov. 28th. 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. — 21 November 1872

Fireside Department. How Drinking Causes Apoplexy. plery, It is the essential nature of all wines anafsprnts to send an in creased amount of blood to the brain. The great effect of taking a glass of trine or stronger form of alcohol, is to send the blood the refaster than common; hender the circulation that gives the red face. It increases the activity of the brain, and it works faster, and so does the tongue. But as the blood goes to the brain fas ter than common,, it returns'l'as ter, ancnb.'Bp'ec'ial permanent harnVresuus. j ffipt spppOse's man keeps' onHnnldngj?the:rblbba Js sent to thVKnunso fast, fn large guanjities, that in order-to' make foranfbrtit ilie aferies Jiavc to pnfarjfetlilmsplvesjthe;? increase against xliemore yielding flaccid viens which carry the blood out of the brain and ' thus diminish their size, their poors, the result being thatthe blood is not only carried to the arteries of the brain faster than is natural or healthful but it is prevented from leaving i...

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. — 28 November 1872

Terms of Advertising. 1 in. two :ln. iKcol'KCOl'Kcol'Xcoll'col -t' itrl Sir! 1 mo 3 mo 3 mo Cmo Smc ly'r 1.3U 2.U0 30 15U 4.l Io' 4-9? 5.00 1 7.00 10.00 i50 3.03 4.00 axM'iJ.u; 11UI 11.00 1S.00 17.00 15.00 'saj O50 8J0 111.00 6-M 11.00 noo 16!3).00 51-00 SS.O0 too 9 00 13.00 25.00 40.00 45.00 12 03 15.00 IkOOl&OO 50.00 500 35.00 eo.oo! Deaths and Marriages gratis. Local Notices, first insertion, 10 cent .'per Hue; Eatweucni lu-jen-iims u cccu per iine. Special Xotices and Foreign Advertisements lit per ccnu auu.iu.uuai. Business Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, $1 Administrators and Executors' Xoticesfc! County Officials. Common Pleat Judge, Prolate Judge, -Protecuting A ttorney, Wilmax Reed. Tnox as Abhor. I IE. LIOAC.LAND. Joan S. OHR. county vierK, Sheriff, - - -Auditor. - - -Recorder, Treasurer, Committionen, Surveyor, .- - ' Coroner, Infirmary Director, James S. SIcComb. Joseph II. 'ewtox. . f. c JJcDo wiu- GOTTLIES GEEBEK. ( AB'Jf WOEIJf AX. Jacob Fishes. ( W. Waeetp. Josnc a...

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. — 28 November 1872

Holmes County Republican. II. G. White, T. B. Cunnlnffliain, XDITOES AKD rBOFKIXTOXS. . Milleesbckc, O., : : Nov. 28, 1872. OFFICIAL VOTE OF THE STATE. The official vote cast in Ohio for President and Vice President shows the following result: Grant, 281, 852; Greeley, 254,321; Black, 2,100; O'Connor, 1,153; scattering, 162; total vote cast, 529,588; Grant's ma jority over Greeley, 37,531. SAN DOMINGO. There are outgivings of another San Domingo agitation before Con gress this -winter but it is not likely that the President -will take part in it. It is reported that the people of San Domingo are exceedingly anx ious for annextion, aad arc looking hopefully to Congress 'for favorable action. In the meantime the war between Baez and Cabral still con tinnes with the advantage on the f -side of the former. A DAY LONG TO BE REMEMBERED. Last Friday was a historical day in the annals of this Republic. On that day, according to a London dispatch received at the British Em bassy, the British...

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. — 28 November 1872

Holmes County Republican x-i o cr Xj .a . Milleksbct.g, 0., : : Xov. 2S, 1872 Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers can always tell how their sub cription account stands, by looking at the HTureS ailtr luciiiwiunvmuc lain. asled on tnc margin oi mepapcr. moscng itrre show the cxart date to which subscrintiun lias been paid. There may possibly be forac mistakes in me uaics. 11 so our buuscnui-i? will please let us know what tlicv are. Change in Mail Time. On ana after Friday, the mail going-Xorth will clow at 10:43 a. si. All letters for tliat mail must he in br that time. 3Iail going Soutli will close at 3 r. M. T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M. Post Office Hours on Thanksgiving. Tbe Tost Office will be open on Thanksgiving, Nov. 23th, from 7 to 8 A.M.,froinIialf past ten to 12li.and and from 3 to o r. m. T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M. New Rag Carpet for Sale. The I-adies of the Presbyterian church have 23 yards of new Rag Car pet for sale. It can be purchased by calling on the Ladies of the Society. N...

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. — 28 November 1872

wanted! All Fireside Department. The Underground Worker. I wonder if the boys and girls watch as eagerly as I do for every . little plant that breaks ground in our gardenbeds! "What a change a few weeks of warm sunshine will make on the dark mold! But did you ever think, while the flowers were springing above, wnai a cnnous worn: was going on below tne ground? How strange that each little root konws just what to do to find the proper food for the plant it nour ishes. You mayj plant the dif ferent kinds as close together as you please; each- one knows his vocation. The grass roots run alongjust below the surface of the ground. The beets and car rots send thin spindle roots, like wedges, down into the very heart it of the soil. The tall trees send forth 41 thousand rootlets far and .,wide,and a main root trnuk down very deep to the water springs; 4sovno matter how dry the surface of the ground may got, they will still have nourishment. The thirsty willows seem to know by instinct the ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 5 December 1872

Terms of Advertising. Sin. 5,'col lTTt Jtvk ri-oo $2.00 4JW SM 6JM g.s 11.00 ioo iiO 4.00 6X0 S.UO 150 lino 2 mo 3 mo 3.03 tSO aso 12.00 13.00 4.00 6.00! 9.00 6 mo iiwx) 21X0 35XXI 9 mo ly'r. 10.00 lliOO Peaths and Marriages gratis. rast Local Notices, nret InscrttoviO ccntpcr line; 6uoseqaennneruuiis o cents per line. Special Notices and Foreign Advertisements 0 per cent, aoaiuonai. Easiness Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, J I. Administratorst&ndKxecuiors Notices 12 Xcol 14X0 jcxo t&oo $10 6X0 7X0 10X0 12 6X0 SDO ltXO 11 em ioxo iixo is 11X0 13.00 17.00 so 1100 13 00 20.00 25 20.00 23.00 2LM 43 23.00 40.00 50.00 C3 33X0 45.00 00.00 gj County Officials. Comnm Plit Judie. - WILLIAM Kr.r.D. Probate Judfe, - - Tnos AMOR. V froeecxling Attorney, - l.uumum Count 11 Ctert. - Jons h. OBK. - .Skerijf. r - -. .James S-ilccoa. Recorder. ... W. C MCDOWELL. tv. .......... . . Gottlieb Cekbec - T . Jacob fishis I irn. njnur. . . Joshua Sfosagle. Surveyor, - vorouer. . 1 1 CKKV SlIU 1'IR. "...

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. — 5 December 1872

Holmes County Republican. U.S. mite, T. B. Cunningham, EDIT0E3 AXD raoreirroKS. Millebsbukg, O., : : Dec. 5, 1873 President's Message WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 2. To (Ae Ser&le aud Hougi of Bepruenta Uta: In transmitting to yon this, my fourth annual message, it is with thankfulness to the Giver of all Good, that, as a nation, we have been blessed for the past year with peaca at home, peace abroad, and a general prosperity, Tonchsafed to but few people. With the exception of the recent devastating fire, which swept from the earth with a breath, as it were, millions of accumulated wealth in the city of Boston, there has been no overshadowing calami ty to record. It is gratifying to note, how, like their fellow-citizens of the city of Chicago, under simi' lar circumstances a year earlier, the citizens of .Boston are rallying ;un der their misfortunes, and the pros' pect that their energy and persever ance will overcome all obstacles and show the same prosperity soon that they would ...

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. — 5 December 1872

Holmes County Republican IiO O AXjS. Millersbceg, 0., : : Dec. 5, 1872. Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers can always tell their snb- Ocription lccomibiuiiui,ujiwtiagH lac figures 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 mistakes in the dates. If so oar subscribers will please let us know what thev arc. Change in Mail Time. On and after Friday, November, 1st., the mail going Xorth will close at 10:43 a. M. All letters for that mail must be In by that time. Mall going South will close at 3 P. M. T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M. The Message. A good portion of our columns to-day are taken up with the President's 31c. sage, which we commend to the careful perusal of our readers. We have not time to make any remarks upon it, but let each one weigh the different points for himself. New Music. 3Iag's "Waltz U the name of a beauti ful waltz just received from the pub li...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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