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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 3 March 1859

fee 06 r-ii 5! ' f-i v!r LJ3 j JliTJSilU af.:Ji."t .i Zi- .a':i ial :-!u iV ! ,-Mrtr" H .il ri-.T .-.-49 .cni.I .' -'--rt I t -iv ..t .;tt ew '..';'-r. -i -r:-,j'.f ot'.;t ir ,'y i! ' .-. ' ' ' T) I. ' .'Ji ... ': t J " - .'I J. Caskej, Editor ind Prpriefr. ' k ; ' Office-Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson, Terms:-0ne Dollar and Fifty Cents in idrance. SOL. 3. ' MILLFJISIWJIG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY,' MARCH 3, 1859. NO. 28. 1 J lAU-Sr h 1 1 I f.!.... III 1111 1. in iiwii rn 1 ill . : Mr: ' Miscellaneous. From the Summit Beacon. LEWIS WETZEL, 0t Aiaong d -Woes of : border "warfare, Left i, Wetzel held; iiiftrw stjuioa jMre4 o jwcUhip fVAe jet jn koy Uood, od educated in ll -.ib , -various rts x iroedera.from tltr,tof Fianting the Beaver 4.Poir, to.liat of tbe wily , Iodiaii, lie became in manhood one of the most ,cele ' rKto4 toarksnea of the dy. . Hi form roa erect, and of (.hat height best adapted to activity, bein very muscular and pos esaed , of great : bodily ...

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 March 1859

J. CASE.EY, - - - Editor. THURSDAY, ::::::: MARCH, 3, 1859. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The moving abows thetime of dure. and arrivals on me . " onJ a -The 2nvM leaves Mil. i i; t 6.20A. Mand arrives at Cleveland '.1-.lD.4jL Tha Aeeommoda&mlesres Millereburg at 2.35 P. M., and arrives at Jieveiana i v.w. 13 nnnn RniTTH AeeoBmadatio leaves Clere- !.d it 8.00 A. M., and arrives at MiUerburg )itpnu leaves Cleveland at 4.00 P. M., and .1 Vi'lcrRljunr at 8.37. rrT)i Exnreu train rnnniasr North eon- aactaat Orrvilfe with the East and West trains a the P. Ft. W. and C. R. K. . XThe Evangelical Lutheran Church, four miles wesl'of Millersburg, under tbepas- toral cara pf Rev. J. Hei-sell, will be ded icated on Sabbath ibe 6tb instant. X"The Cuban Bill has been put to sleep for the present session of Congress, but Mr. Slidell gave notice that he should again call it up next session. In the next Congress it will . hardly find as many friends as in this. .-. arThe opposition party in Kentucky, ha...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 3 March 1859

The Cuban Struggle in the Senate. ate. ! -Mr. SlidalTs Thirty Million bribery and eoHtmtkv jcberrie wu debated in the Sea aV Friday' nigbf jin a late hour. The Tribune' oomspondent give the follow hae crawe sketch of the struggle ' ' Ten o'clock. There is no prospect ofH as adjournment The senate is full D(J Ibe ralkries crowded. - Mr. Doolittle insists npon his motion to take up the Home stead BuU. Appeala neet bim from o jdell, Beid,.Brown, Douglas and others, all Cubans to withdraw his motion. He re fuses. Toombs enters the ring. Calls the friend Of lbe Homestead bill a set of dem agogues. Talks about cowards, land for te landless, aod makes free with Billings gate.' Wade replies, and standing next to Toombs, and looking him wpare in the - face, informs bina that he is not coward, Moi never trembled before tbe face of mor tal;1" Fessenden informs Toombs that he only copied the lowjCnban langnage of lbe man at the ether end of the Capitol when he talks about cowards; that that is ...

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 March 1859

Recipes. Recipes. COOKIES. One cap of batter, tiro of Bimr, four eggs, four cubs of flour, on teapoonful of cream tartar, one half cup of soda, two tliirds cup of milk. CRANBERRY PUDDING. One i pint of cranberries stirred into a quart of batter, made like batter pudding, but very littlo stiffer, is very nice eaten with sweet sauce. MINCE PIES. t Boil a tender, nice piece of beef any piece that is clear from sioewa and gristle; boil it till it it is perfectly tender. When it is cold, chop very fine, and be careful to tret oat every -particle of bone aud gristle. The snet is sweeter and better to boil half an hoar or more in the liquor the beef has boiled in pare close and chop the apples fine. If yon use raisins, stone them ; If tod use currents, wash and dry them. Two pounds of beef, after it is chopped ; three, quarters of a pound of suet; one pound and a quarter of sugar; three pounds of apples: two pounds of currents, or rai sins, aud a gill of brandy. Make it quite moist with ne...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 March 1859

11 -- Mir b J. Ciskey, Editor aad Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Door Sonth of Jackson. Terms-One Dollar and Fifty Cents In idranco VOL. 3. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1859, NO. 29 fix 1)W If Poetry. From the New York Dispatch From the New York Dispatch FOOT-PRINTS OF JESUS. "WE HAVE SEEN HIS STAR." BY W. A. DEVON. ' . - Star of beauty, famed in story. r" "Herald of the dawning day; Herald of tbe King of glory, Shining where he lowly lay. See, the shepherds by the beaming Wandering from their folds afar; , Led by thy bright beauty gleaming, i To adore the Heavenly star! ( Lo! before the manger bending, , 1 They adore the Heavenly King; We have seen his star descending. ' ' Full of fight and troth." they sing ' . Ey its beam that's brightly straying. Lighting op that lowly shed, ' ' The shepherds all their wealth displaying Lay it on that humble bed. Here with reverence do we offer ' Homage to the Word of God; .' Here as tribnte do we proffer Al...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 March 1859

itan. J. CASSEY, ... Editor. THURSDAY,:::::: MARCH, 10, 1859. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shows Ibe time of departures ad arrivals on the C.Z.4C.R.E. ktilillerB bnrg and Cleveland: . - .. .... Rrcxnra South. The Erprts leaves Mil lersborg si 620A. M., aad arrives at Cleveland at 10.45. The Aoeommodaiion leaves MillcrBbnrg at 2.35 P. H., and arrives at Cleveland at 9,00. Ruxxikg Socth Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 8.00 A. M., and arrives at ilillersbiirg 41.50 P. M. Erprem leaves Cleveland at 4.00 P. M., and arrives at Millersburg at 8.37.. gjTbe Exprea train running North con nects at Ormlle -with the East and West trains n the P. Ft. V. and C. R. R. School Exhibition. The Semi-Annual Exhibition of Jffeer boh IsBTiTUTit, comes off at the Court House in Millersburg, on Friday evening, the 11th inst The exercises of the occa sion will be of such a character as to in terest all who attend. .We are glad to learn that the prospects of this school for the coming Summer Ses si...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 March 1859

Great Sale of Wool. BOSTON, Feb. 24. The (Trent sale of wool by auction came off '4o-da. - Prices were pood and sales brisk inclndiner three hundred thousand medium and one hundred thousand fine quality. -. Twenty-five thousand pounds were told at 18islieic; fleece at 27J 35jc; twenty-seven thousand pounds black tub was held at 28j34jc; sixty-five thousand pounds Maine at 41u53. . 'A lot of Vermont double extra at 51 51c; New York pulled at 453j; Western and Unio pulled at xb -- 6,000 fcs. fine Vermont at48jc; 30,000 Hxs. Kew York and New Hampshire select ed fleece at 55i57; 44,000 lbs. Ohio and Pennsylvania fancy at 5764c; oth er smaller lots were also sold. The aggre gate sales amounting to $200,000. - : The above sale of Wool in Boston has been heralded over the Telegraph wires frome one end of our land to the other. We think it may be safely set down as a forerunner to lower prices. . Where are the high prices which . eastern papers and re porters have talked and quoted for two ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 March 1859

Agricultural, &c. Grafting and Pruning Fruit Trees. An eiperienced cultivator of Fruit trees, in Duchess co., N. Y., aj: . "Scions for grafting should bo in Febru ary which is ibe right season to insure their living nd doing well; they should" then be housed in the cellar until the time for inserting them arrives, which, in some parte might be by the last week in April or the first of May, and during the latter month. They should be put only into healthy, vigorous branches, such as you would not care to remove from the tree, and thus, you will have an artificial tree, that will be ready for bearing in about three years. By removing too many branches from a tree, injury may be done. Careful at tention should be given to this point by lopping the branches preparatory to graft ing, in order that the sap may pass into the remaining branches, and keep the tree healthy and growing. I give you these ideas, knowing that fruit trees are often in jured by those who go about the country, m...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 March 1859

Hr ' it r I II ei L.-v. i -if s -J ,' : J. Caskey, '-Editor d Proprietor. Office-Washingloa Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms: One Dollar and Fiftj Cents in Advance; , MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1859. no. so; i- n t : Poetry. From the Cleveland Leader. THE FARMER'S DAUGHTERS. . We love to fceep the farmer'! house, . ( We love to milk the farmer's cowm, ' "J W Jove lo make the fai mer't chewe, -yj , We love the honey of his bees, j We lore to cook the fanner's food,' j We lpve to make his butter good; ' f y We love to knit the tanner's hose, ( We love to wash and mend his clothes; We lore his apples, nice and fair. We lore his peaches, plumes and pears. We lore his cherries, the are fine; - .. .We lore his currants, grapes aadwine; : We lore the farmer's life so free, t. .Ic.W'e lore its quite scenery;, Wakve.its shades, its hills and dales, e , -t r We love its cheerful, fireside tales. -. W lore to see the flocks and herds, . . t,J We love to hea...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 March 1859

J. CASKEY, - m editor. THURSDAY,:::::: MARCH, 17, 1859. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The foUowinir shows the time of departures .er .rrirals ob liie u. u. it. - at Jiiuere- knrrii CVreland : plnuo Koeth. The Ernrat leaves Mil- lerebarg at 6.20 A. if., and arrive at Cleveland at 10.4a. The AcamuxodaLitm leaves MillciMburg at 2.25 P. M.. and arrives at Cleveland al 9,00. , Rcxxikg South Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 6.00 A. SI., and arrives at Millersbcrjj at 1.511 Y, M- Expreu leaves Clevelanda! 4.00 P. M, aud arrives at Millersbarg at 8.37. . KSThe Erprat train running North eon- ecu at Orrville 'with the East and West trains ea the P. Ft. VT. and C. R. li. The Exhibition. The Semi-Annual Exhibition of the Jzf- FEBSoa Isstttdtb, on Friday evening last, went off to the satisfaction of every body present Owing to the crowded state of the house we did not get in, but we have heard only one. opinion expressed of the performances on that occasion, by those who were there, and that is, of a...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 March 1859

County News. , DilA.WA-Tb Springfield New of - UK 8usv: OnrcimeM wul rwwiir recoi UK(QlmPruoer,a Oliver B. Stone," who lectured MTral time in the Ckj Hall, last .autumn oa Prison Life, Temperance, etc. -tc. Thia man wmt found dead, oa Sunday, upon the track of the Springfield, Ml Ver! ... t s . V-t- non ana niiaourgu xutiroaa near w- ware. A party of persons were coming -down the road on a band ear, and passeu 'tyttt hii body before they could stop the car. Going back they found that be had been murdered and placed npon the track Jto hide the deed. Two pools of blood were noticed about ten feel apart.... Stone had been on a drunken spree in the vicini ty for several dajs, was known to have a good deal of money about bis person, and was probably killed in order that it might be obtained as none was found with liim Wo due has been discovered of the murder er or the muiderers. ' Stone was well known about Cleveland. .-... ' r Loaint. Tbe store of J. II. Whiton of Brighton, was on Satur...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 March 1859

Dutch Clocks. A gentleman of onr acquaintiuiav- who traveled in Holland, relates a fact which wo do not recollect to have seen noticed ia any of tha published accounts of travels iu that country. It is this, namely, tbat the town or church clocks in Rotterdam, and other cities, are required by law to be set to a different time in different parts of the German cities. For instance, at the East end it shall be twelve o'clock some fifteen minutes sooner than at the west, the intermediate chronometers being regu larly graduated between them. , , . This, we are informed, is to prevent them from all speaking at once, and thereby to avoid a confusion of tongues. . Thus they tell different stories of the lime; and even the Saints are made to contradict one an other; for, while by St. Paul's it shall be fully twelve o'clock, by St. Peter's it shall be only three-quarters past eleven while St. John, St. Mark, St. Bartholomew, aud St.' Nicholas shall tell au cntirelv different tale.' - --; : -...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 March 1859

t(it li.Hr 'Mr ' ill -Mr-Mr Ilk 4v J. Caskejy Editor and Proprktor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jactsoa. Terms: One Dollar -and Fifty Cents in Adraner. VOL. 3. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1859. NO. 31. nil I r 1 a i mm i n Miscellaneous. A Great American Slave Auction. Una. ' American civilization and Christianity were most forcibly and painfully illustrated a few days ago, in the aale at public auc tion of four hundred and thirty-six men, wo men, and thildren, at the Race Course near Savannah, Georgia. Tbey were tbe color ed stock of Mr. Pierce M. Butler, former husband of Fanny Kemble Butler, of Phil adelphia, and were sold to the bigest bid der. The negroes belonged to the ok! Ma jor Butler's plantations, and none had ever been sold before, Tbey were Drought to the Savannah auction mart from two plan tations, the one a rice plantation near Da Hen in the state of Georgia, not far from the great Okefonokee Swamp, and the oth er a cotton p...

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 March 1859

J. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY,:::::: MARCH, 24, 1859. Report of the Investigating Com. Had thi Commitee attended to the legiti mate business f-.r which it was appointed, the Republican press of Ohio would have uttered bo complaint, even though their Report involved some of their own partizan s as cob federates with Breslin in the robbing of the State Treasury. Bat instead of doing their duty simply they have traveled out of the way and out of the way cf truth, to make of it a partizan document. The facta if suffered to go before the people as elici cited from the witnesses themselves, would, they discovered, bear too hard upon their own party, so they availed themselves of the freedom of guessing that Mr. so and so, of the Republi can party must have got some of the stolen funds because, probably, at some time whilst Breslin x was Treasurer of State, he was seen in conver sation with him. In other instances they hare set aside all the testimony offered and given their own conc...

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. — 24 March 1859

The Republican. Local Matters. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. Tk fiillnvinff afinarc tlu tim nt il..nnrtiirl ud arrivals the C.Z.4 C.K.K. t iliilere- barv and CJeTeiaua: ii. v.. TJ, r Mil lentburg at 6.20A. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 10.45. The AsoommodaLlon lmcs Millerebmjs at 2.35 P. M, and arrives at Cleveland at 9,00. n ci M 1-: UnvpS I ' ! P VP- JUJHSlNfi OUL1 It jhmw- land at 8.00 A. If, and arrives at Millersburg atl.ou j . at. Ezvrai leaves Cleveland at 4.00 P. II., and . ..... . . q vr arrives at Jiiiiersourg w. . aects at Orrvilie with the East and West trains . . ... i r-. v oa the r. i r. w . ana u. tt.it. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. Who can beat It! The following letter was accompanied with the names of eighteen new subscribers to the Republican. It shows what out be done when an effort is made. These subscribers were procu red too in a neighborhood where the paper pre viously had a very generous patronage, and in which we have often bees told, all had been done that could be, in...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 March 1859

Bctrrnro i Child r i lUisnf Box Thk Pauper's Fckeral. We are relia bly informed that a little child was buried on Sunday evening last in town, in a rais in box, the mother being too poor to pro cure a coffin for its remains- The child died in the latter part of last week, when the mother placed it in the box, and on Sunday morning started, with the box un der her arm, and accompanied by ber lit tle boy of three or four years of age, for a jrrave yard in New Jersey, about two miles below - Easton, where some of ber friends are buried, and where she thought she would be allowed to bury her child, though she bad no money to pay for its interment; but upon reaching the graveyard, the sex ton refused to dig the grave because she bad not a dollar to give him, and roughly told her to carry the dead child back to Easton again. The poor creature was al most exhausted from carrying the dead child such a distance under her aim, and went down on her knees imploring him to bury ber little one an...

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 April 1859

Sit LIZ' - 5': i -oiji :1 . CI in ty-J.-'i J f ,!J t;.i J.; Caskej, EdIUr and Proprietor. Offiee-WasaiogtoB Street, Third Bor South of Jackson. Terms-One Dollar and Fifty Cents Id Arira&ee. ::) MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1859. N0.& rn a W rl I I if I .-. I' I r f. I u II III II II I I' I at a ar mam i a m w m m warn m IBB Bw 1B a X. B w . .i I It 1L Ik I V l , . I) . li 111 " til i' . ' - r! .' ' . ' ' - Poetry. Blow Soft and Mild, O! Winds of Spring. Blow Soft and Mild, O! Winds of Spring. BY. I. L. JENKINS. :.o Blov aoftnd milO vtidsof spring ' ' kctom the folds ao blnk asd bur; '' BInv from lite aveet wmthvest ud bring ' Sweet floTVett run.' Seaatli the gkrefbeTe's vide arch .. I-Ttuil The wiads weep erlhe raleaad kill. . J ji Aid the vild (torma of aulka. March .. !:&I Are with oaiBin. : i- . . .' v . Thronglipnt the drear and solemn irooda , '' fi' Jfosummer'a brratktbeleat bath stirred; Jf or ia tbone lonely sulkudes -'i1"?01 !..'.-:-: ;i ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 7 April 1859

J. CASKEY, . m . m - Editor. THCRSDAY,:::::::::PR1L y Tba Legislature of Ohio hat ad jonrned. There it hope for the country The British Navy is composed of 618 fighting ships carrying 15,140 guns, and have engines of nearly 100,000 horse power. ' ' , r , "'-j"We deeply sympathise with the candidates defeated asl2IondayV,,We .think we can do it, particularly 'that Inde pendent Democratic candidate for Trustee. f3T At Oswego, N. Yn March 9, 'the floor of the 1st Catholic church gave , way, and in the congregation attempting to' es Mpa 4 or 5 were killed and others wounded. ; y The delinquent tax list of the City of Chicago for 1858, occupies 47 columns of the Democrat, in closely printed matter. About 13,000 lots are delinquent. - ; 3T A widower named Loehey, of Franklin County, O., has been arrested on a charge of incestuous intercourse wiih two daughters, aged 15 and 17. lie is now in M ". , , .... ',; ' Seksible. Geo. Rkx,Ej., of Woosler and H. B- Patkb, Esq,' of Cleveland, both de...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 7 April 1859

The Republican. Local Matters. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following bo'8 the time of depsrtares and arrivals on the 0.Z.4C.E.R. at Millers burg and Cleveland: - ., nmna Notts. The Kziyrexx leaves WjI- lereborg at S.20A. Maad arrive at Cteveland at 10.45. 3 . V 3 Tb amm2ii2io lenves MDlembnts at P. M, and arriTea at Cleveland al 9,00. Bumrore SoOTB4awwv cfve land at 8.00 A." M., aad arrives at Millersburg - all. SO P. M. y- Erora leaves Cleveland st 4.00 P. II, aad . " . ..-.1 i St Vf arrives at aiiuereuiug . a- Dm Exvrt train rnnsinjr orth eon' Becm at Orrvilfe with the East aad Went trains on the P. rt. w . ana v. M- TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. Fire. Aboat 4 o'clock on Monday morning last, the 'franc bnildhir kaonra as (he "Blaaedell prop ertyAiUaale on lie Kortji end of Claj street. was disoosered to be on fire.. . hea diaeorered the fire had made such progress as to render it Impossible to save the building, and, the atten tion "af the-firemen' and citizen was direeteoVto aaving those a...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 7 April 1859

Recipes. SEED CAKE. L One cup of butter, two caps f aogar, one cup of milk, two eggs, aod seed. STEWED PRUNES. ' Stew them very gently in a small qoan--titj of water, with a lii tle sugar, till the stones slip out. . " . ' CORN CAKE. Three cups of sour milk, two spoons of jflour, two of molasses, uiue sail, ana com meal enough to make a batter. - " CUP CAKE. Two eggs, two cops of flour, one and a half cups of sugar, one naif cop of butter, one half cup of sour milk, and one half tea-spoon of soda snd cinnamon. , . TEA CAKE. .- Three cups of sugar, three eggs, one ieup of butler, one cup of milk, a spoon of soda vnd four cups of flour well beat up. If rt is so stiff that it will not stick easily, add a little more milk. PUDDINGS IN HASTE. . Chop your suet, and put with bread a few currants, the yolks of four eggs, and the whites of two, some grated lemmon peel and ginger. Mix and make H into little balls about the size and shape of an egg, with a little flour. ' Have ready a skillet ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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