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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 25 December 1873

Fireside Department. "I Didn't Think." .'' There was a little girl whose tame was Nelly. She was so fond of play that she was apt to foreet the rules that her mother had laid down for her. One of these roles was, that, when her shoes were wet, she should always - change them ior dry - One day Nellie went to play at viVjuvi WAVU rvniv - friend. There had been a heavy rain the day belore ; an though .1 -1 . i WD CUU B11VI1C nU"W playing, the ground was quite damp. Nelly had on thin suoes; and when she came home, the suies were ihj iuuibi m- j made her stockings wet and her feet cold. But Nelly saw a new picture-book on the table, and so quite forgot her mothers rule,and did not change her shoes. Can yon guess what happened to her ? Why, she took a bad cold, and was so ill that the doc tor was sent for; and she had to lie in bed a whole week. une uay, ner moiuer came in ' to her room and sat on the bed , well ; and her mother raised her little girl's hand to her lips, and kissed it, 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. — 1 January 1874

Terms for Advertising. Jin.lt in.Iir.Vcol yco'ixco';eol Xcol;lool 13.00 84.00 KVOO in.no Hi lsui x.uo: iu fX VUO 150 1 I. .4 IT UJ; t-Mi u0; ItaOl UOi ton I ' I VOt -Cl"' tUl u.c Ut .Ul'a.W KOj g.UVi't.UUu 4.UU 5.UU .uoi e.tw .uo tog .1100 LOOUOilO1 8yUleW lO.fO 14Ji 18.80 ill-MOl ts.ouso.oo' ii. uo is.00 1640 so w I3S.U0 S5.SU ISMO IZH.UO 00.5U.0CI 45 00 ,80.001 renhs and Marriages gratis. t-.i vbtiees. Srst insertion, 10 tents per lire; aateeuaent insestioas cents per line. Special Notices and Foreign Advertisement to per cent, muiuuiw Business Cards; sot exceeding 5 lines, M Admin'st-atori' and Executors' Notices County Officials Comma Plu Jmdf, - WILLIAM KlrD. ProtattJudy, - - - , TBOM AS Anson. r-e.K).n.j J-Uornef, - UK-HoaoLaKD. Cmmtrn Viert, - - - - JOBS S. OSS. &krif, - - - - Jases 8. McCoss. A-Ulor, - - - Josxra H. Newtos. Cmrder, - . - W. C MCDOWELL. OOTTLIK UI1HI. AB'M WOBKJIAN. Jos-GxisiKGie. I Wat. Wautrr. . JOSICA SPOMAOLE. C1IWl'lWllli 1, Corner,! " - HIN1T HBlrrK...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 1 January 1874

Holmes County Republican. H. G. White, ; T. B. CMlnghm, ZDITOM AJ rtOBUITOU. Hillebsbcbo, O. Jaxcaki 1, 1874. EXPORTS. , ? Tfce export statistics of New York cfor the" week ending last Wednesday indicate a very ssusiaciory conai ". tipn of bur foreign trade. These ex ..J0rt Jrere ta4S,S47, nixed Talnes , an increase over the proceeding week of $272,932. The exports for the , corresponding period of last year were 14,734,880, and for 1871, $4,- U47,7S4. The total exports since .January 1st, this year, are $93,573, 861, against $236,027,474 last year, .ruMd $237,354,041 in 187L - CUTTING DOWN. . to ."insisting on the necessity of cutting the governmental estimates down to ; the .Tery lowest figure consistent , .with a due regard for the intere stsof the public service. That is to say, ; ;tf. will be so entitled as soon as Cuts off its own increase and restores the old standard of pay. To be sure i. it a, would have looked somewhat 7 more consistent if that body bad ef fected this redu...

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. — 1 January 1874

Holmes County Republican. IiO o. XjB, jniLLERSBCKG, O., : : : J as. I, lb4, Notice to Subscribers. Qubecribers can alway tell bow their tnb- kjcnpuoa aceoant staaas, w loosing as mr figures aflr their un on the address label pasted on the martin of the paper. Those fig ure ft bow the exact date to which subscriptioa has been paid. There bit Doseiblv be some mil takes id tbe date. If ao our abarriben will please let us know what thev are. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. abbitb. Going Korth, 4 21 p.. Gum.- South, lull p. a. piraxr noa orncB.) Going Vorth, 4.00 p. ax. poia( souta, ub pa. STAGE LINES. ABBITB. From Cotaorton. Hondan, Wednesdays and rrtoayt, at .w p. bu paraST. Tuesdays, Thursday and 8aturdv,at IDS a.m 1UITI. From Canal Dover, Tia rhsnevi'le. Walnut Creek and Berlin, Monday, Wadaesdays and rndays, at u nu DsTABT. Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday at 1-80 p. nt ABBITB. From New Philadelphia Tia Rammrille, New itediora, -saituio, eux, sa...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 1 January 1874

Fireside Department. Life has no Resting-Place. - x Amcni the fathomless things thttt art abtjot and within us is the continuity of time. This gives to life one of its most sol emn upct8. We may think to ourselves would there could be some halting-place in life where we comld stay, collecting minds, and see the world drift by us. l3Sot"B0';'.' even while yon read Vfhic, yom are pausing te read it A one of the great French preachers " says, "We are em : barked upon a stream, each in his own little boat , which must ' more uniformly onwards till ; it . cease f i move at all. It is a :! straain that knows no haven but -ne.V . The main object for the historian i to get an insight into t the, things which he tells of, and then to tell them with modesty of a man who is in the presence of great events ; and must speak . them carefnlly, simply, 'and with but little of himselt or his affec- tions thrown into the narration. ''.oterom Life. Employment for the Intervals of Life. Fit objects to ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 8 January 1874

Terms for Advertising. lin.ll In-lSim-'Kixool xool Hool Xcol leol Jz 1 wkH.OO.tlJO iUU'lS.OO MM tJM tarkl 1.501 .w, ua .uoj a.00, 740 lit too! 20) WO LOO I 8.00 18.00 n lK.OOl 11 1L0O u.oo im ui Sin 4j coo 1 8JW 10.00 lw UO 4.00, U SJOlllM 18.0S 8 mo 4.00 8.00 HSU U.U8 18.00 15JJ0 C mo 8.00 .00UUal ISjjO SO.UO 85.00 mo aoo ii.00!, muo ik.00 :u.oo lyr. 10.00 lSJiOiiS-OO iuw;4S.uo . 160.001 m.voi Deaths mad Marriages gratis. local Notices, fint insertion. 10 cents per line; sabseqnent insertions v um. Special Notices and Foreign Adrertiseanents 10 per cent, hokhwi -Business Cards, not exceeding f lines, U. Administrators' and Exeentora Notices It County Officials Comma. Pita Jndf, - Viuill Km. Probate Jndgt, - - Thomas A anon. PreoUinv Attorney, - . L. K. Hosoiako. M Clerk, - - JOBJl 8. Ona. hturif, - - .- - Jsnis a. Motown. Auditor, ... Joeua H. NaWTOK. XMorder, .... W-CMaUavalX. Treatmrer, - - - SorrLixa Gratia. f ai'm K otuia. Commt-tomtn, jos.G.wob. SMfweyer, j Coroner, . Joshua S...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 8 January 1874

r Holmes Comity Repribjicag: H. G. White, T. B. CmnnlnykW", bmtobs ins reoWOTO"- MillebsbCbg, O. Jakpabi 8, 1874. GATHERING OF THE CLANS. About tferet of the, month the members of the Legislature of the State began to assembly at Colam' bus to talk over matters,hold cancua- es,aod gef ready for the opening ofthe Legislature on Monday. . The great majority of those then present were Deuiocrats. 1 he Republicans bad oo favors to grant, and the feV piesent were sniping and happy pver the tur moil they have escaped. NettMonday.iu all probabililyCo lumbus will Bee as larse crowd at themadgHratton of Allen as has been in trie feitrTbr inamr 'a rear.' The 3 . ,7 , , V faithful are going to turn out from every direction. A special train will leave Ilillers'burg at 5 o'clock "Mon day morning, and will carry passen gers atJtilf fare. ; Quite a number of our citizens are going to attead the inanguratioaui .The Silver .Cornet Band will also be in attendance to grac the1 occasion.' V " "':'''?,"...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 8 January 1874

Holmes Comity Eeputlican IiO o. Millkrsbcrg, 0., : : : Jan. 8, 1874. Notice to Subscribers. Qnbscrlben cu always tell haw tdselr anb- lOcnptioa aceonnt .tanas, or wwb a ngnrai after their names on Uia addnM label pasted on tbe margin ot the paper. Itwiefljr re show the exact date to which subeenptioo hat beea paid. .bar. may poa.iy be tome mistakes in the dates. H so oar subscribers will please let a kaow what tter are. Arrival and Departure of Malls at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. ABnrfc :'t ' A Going Xorth, 4. a. a. tjoinf South, LSI p. a. DEPART—(FROM OFFICE.) Going North, .- ....,.. tMu.au faoing Sooth, VLSI pav - STAGE LINES. ARRIVE. Fron Coshocton, Mondays. Wedaesdar an Fridays, at .00 p. at. " DEPART. Tuesdays, Thnnday. aad Satnrday,at 109 a. m ARRIVE. From -Canal Dover, via Shaaeerille, Walnut Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wedncadaft and Fridays, at vim. DEPART. aloadaya, Wednesdays and Fridays atiasp.m ARRIVE. From New Philadelphia via BarersTille, New JieaMora, bautu...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 8 January 1874

Fireside Department. Difficulties Overcome. A middle aged Christain man with only- a little- education' or cnltnre. but with very good com mon sense, and especially with a faith remarkable for both simplic ity and Btnnth, was speaking of bis experience in leaving off the use of tobacco. He had oecome convinced that it , was . sinful orJ him to use it, and also injurious to Ha health, so be" at once and wholly;' abandoned : it. "A lady present .inquired : ,uBnt did it not cost yoa a great struggle V '-' ' ' He replied: Indeed it did, till I looked. straight" np to the Lord to take away - the hanker. , He .did it ma'am. - I had onlyi one temptation after that I met a man a smoking, and I wanted to smoke myself, but I . thank- the good Lord that he kept me from it, and he bas kept me from : it almitet twoyears.1'..,;; ..'-' He went on to say: .aThe Lord always helps ns when we ask him, and believe he will. : . "I want to , tell. 5 you" about a badtvhorse that'; belonged to a team that ...

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. — 15 January 1874

Terms for Advertising. lin.ll in. I in. I Xool i KM k col i Xool Xeol leol W.00 tlJ0Z.UU ti.00 n.oo;i.oo taoo l(t t wk 1 mo Smo 8 mo 6 mo mo lyr. l-5Ui i.ooi X.U0 uol loo 4.00 6.00 S.UU . M)l U UX) 10.00 &.U0 t.00 8JW 1J.MI! 8-UO 8.00 10.00 14.O0; IU0 111.00 18.00 lTAni 4.0U 11.KM18.U0 16.U0 MJ0 U0 34.00 Ijsuo 3iu 15.00 so .00 6.0i; 8.oolix,u liuoi. 1. lRim 45.0015 JO' 8.00! IO.UOi 40.U0ID0.U0 P8.00 ;4S.U 1G0.au Deaths and Marriages gratis. Local Kotices, first insertion. 10 cents per line; subsequent insertions 6 cents per line. BneeisJ Kotices and Foreign Advertisements S6 per cent, additional . Business Cards, sot exceeding 6 lines, $4. Administrators' and Executors' Notices 13 County Officials Cnmmom Plea Judge, - - William Reed. J'robate Judge, - . THOXAS SUOL Proeeeutina Attormem. - L.K. Hoaglakd. emnt,CUrt, - . -. - John 8. On. Murlf. - - - - lim 8. Met ona. Auditor. ... JoBEra H. Kevtok. Recorder, ... W. C MclJOWXLU Treasurer, - - Gottlieb gebbir. 7 JOB.GEISIKGEB. W. Wal...

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. — 15 January 1874

Holmes County Republican. H. 6. White, T. B. CuoIngUa, BDnonsj 1x1 raonntroms. HnxassBuso, O. Jaxcaki 15, 1874. OMITTED. We do not observe among the names of any of the Inauguration conimittees.or jxrticipanta,the name of that distinguished . Democrat, George E. 1 Pogli,.. of Cincinnati a gentleman who served in the United State. Senate during the time of "the giants" that we hear so moth about ! '' '' DEBT STATEMENT. The debt statement of December shows a coin balance of $71,479,109 currency, balance .$4,277,851; oat standing legal tenders $388,404,792; increased in debt daring the month. $,433,272; increased in debt since January 30th 1873, $ll,496,612,coin certificates $437,543,300. There were large disbursements for the na ry and for pensions. MAIL CONTRACTS. When the In man and Canard lines of trans-Atlantic steamers were racing for the mail contracts, tne trip from land to land was made in eight and three-quarter and and a half days. Mr. Cresswell now offers the same inducemen...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 15 January 1874

Holmes Comity Republican IiO o. Mn-LEKSBCKo, O., : : .Tax. 15, 1874 Notice to Subscribers. Oobaeriben eaa always tell bow their tab- k jcnjjuo. aoootint stands, oy woKing as me figures alter their names oa the address label pasted oa the margin of the paper. Those Az ures show the exact date to which subscription has beea paid. There may possibly be some mistakes in the dates. If so our subscribers will please let u know what thev are. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. Going Korth, tjoinc South, ...... turn. 4 S2p.m. Lin p. as. - 1 varABV (raoa office.) Going North, 4.W p. an. uutnaouuia, mi pm. STAGE LINES. inin, From Coshocton, Honda, Wednesdays and r ndejs, at -US p. as. mran. Taesdaye, Thursdays and Satordays,at MO a.: iitm. From Canal Dover, via Sbsnesrille, Walant Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wednesdays ana rnanys, ai jz m. . DXTABT. ' afoadaye, Wednesdays and Fridays at sjMpja aesive. Front New Philadelphia Tin Bagersmie, Sew iseaiara, saiu...

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. — 15 January 1874

Fireside Department. Spiritual Singing. . Have ft rocking chair in some large roomr at the top of the house, all cozy, quiet and clean, and in some of the old familiar tones of the village church of your childhood, sing by the hour with an open mouth and a loud voice not on a penny -whistle pitch -the psalms and hymns,and spiritual songs of Watts and Wes ley, , of David and Moses, the "Dueteronomy and all of them.r Sing away and rock away, an dont be afraid if your neighbors do think yen are a Methodist; if yon are bve one, the angele won't be ashamed of you : but while you . are a singing think what the words mean, .and let your heart go out in that roes ing; think, too, of the many who used to sing these same songs with you, side . by. side, m the same pew, hut who can sing them no more now, for their lips are still in death, and their sweet voices are hushed in the church yard grave, to be heard no more, until yeu join together in sing ing the hallelujahs of the skies.- JoAn Jfal...

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. — 22 January 1874

Terms for Advertising. ltnvl in. tin. pI yool ool ),ool ycol lool 1 wk il .oo 'tun .0u aim 14.00 tfi.00 te.00 io ZWKI Z.W, Wi 4. IX) wkl 1 mo i mo 3 mo t mo wo lyr. 10.00 1.00! 1.30' 6.1 3.50! X.00: 4-4U (.uO Uul 4.(M: -io! 4.001 C.U0; Bv'llAtf C.09 .00lt.UUlfciO 6.00 sloo 1x00 14.00 I too; 10.00 11 CSJ1S.UU 13 00 1500 .00 SS.00 18.00 '40.00 ,17.00 su.uu: 55.50! 50.001 06 CU.O0 80 10.00liUO,j5-0 AU0 iSS.U0j4il 1 I I 1 Deaths and Marriages gratis. Local Notices, first insertion, 10 cents per line; tuuteqoem inscnsoos cents per una. Special Notices and Foreign Advertisements 10 per cent, aaumouai. Bnsiness Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, (4. Administrators' and Executors' Notices S3 County Officials Common Plea Jdo. - Willi am ISxed. ProltaUjudym, - - :- TaOMAS AkMon 'roAcUivj Attorney, - LwJt.lloAol.ANB. Commit Clerk, ... JOH 8. OH. Bhtrif, ..... Jams Bftlxx. Auiuor. ... Joseph 11. Mwns. . W.CVCUOIIU. GOTTLIIS GISBIS. t AS'sf wossmam. CesmrisWasnrs, .. I Jos-Giihikoku. 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. — 22 January 1874

Holmes Comity Republican. H. 6. White, T. B. Cunningham, SITOH A nOFIKXTOBI. MlLLKKSBUKB, O. JaXUABI 22, 1874. NEARLY A RIOT. The International demonstration in New York very nearly amounted to a riot, but was controlled by the most energetic efforts of ihe riolice to keep Tompkins Spuare clear or the excited workmen. At one time fear was" entertained that a riot would occur despite the effort to prevent it. WATERS NEAR THE NORTH POLE. flie testimony of the Polaris sur vivors taken by Secretary Robeson develops the interesting fact, as dis covered by Dr. Eniil Bcssels, that from a point near Cape Hatberton, in the waters of the west coast of Greenland; the. tidal wave comes from the north, and it was accurate ly determined by careful observa tion that it proceeded from the wa ters of the Pacific Ocean. At New man Bay the tide rose earlier than at Polaris Bay. While at the camp near Littleton Island the tide came from the South. It is this fact which creates the ice pack always to be...

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. — 22 January 1874

Holmes County Republican Muxebsbcrg, O., : : Jab. 22, 1874. Notice to Subscribers. OuVmcribe can alwr tell bow their sub scription aceoontscanas, oj iouiuR ... Scores after their names oa Uie address label basted oa the margin of the paper. Those Bi uret show the exact date to which snbseription has beea paid. There may possibly be some mistakes in the dates. If so oar subscribers will please let os know what ther are. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Postoffice. RAILROAD. ABBOT. Going North, ... tioinf Sooth, 1.U1 p. am. irAET (Fsoa orrici.) Going North, 4 .00 p. m. Going South, Vm- STAGE LINES. mm From Coshocton, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at e.i p. n. PBrAKT. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satnrdays,at 1M a. auiti. From Canal Dorer, Tia 8hanesTille, Walnut Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, stun. BnTaBT. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 1-OOp.Bi AKKIVK. From New Philadelphia Tia Ragersrille, New Bedford, oaituio, esc. aaturuays, at u m DirABT. Saturdays, atl...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 22 January 1874

Fireside Department. Fireside Department. The Tomb of Lazarus. Th mostecent discoveries by the Palestine Expedition are such as to excite the liveliest iaterest of the Christain world. The ex plorers have found on the Mount of Olives a number of Jewish Greek sarcophagi bearing inscrip tions. In these were the bones of Christain Jews, and one of tkm bears the name of Lazarus. Others are inscribed with the name of Simon'and Martha, and although the discoverers do nut claim that these sarcophagi acta .11 X t U rt..f nf tlio biblical individuals known to the world under those names, they leave it to be inlered that such may be the fact The tomb ef Lazarus the sceueof fonej of the most marvelousof jUhrist's miracles it is believed will be definitely located before the ex ploration is finished. Faith in Jesus. It is the inactivity of faith in Jesus that keeps us so imperfect and wrestling with our corrup tions, without any advancement We wrestle in our own strength too often, and so are j...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 29 January 1874

Terms for Advertising. lta.lin.in.X''Xool;Xeol:)'eol'Xcoljl!ol i 1 wk 3wk I wk 1 mo 1 mo 8 mo 6 mo tun slso -w s&us 14.00 Sfi.00 t8.00 1 4.UU &.U0 (.00 8.50 6.00 7.00 1U.00 6.00) SM.lKwi aooio.o!i4Ji 1100:1X00 17.UOI 18.00! 15.00 W OO 11AM 16.00 il.00 35.00 85J0 l tiMO eUWI40.UO.3J UU I lj-r. 3SJ0 85AW 145.00 160.00 Deaths arwl Marriages gratis. line; subsequent Insertions cents per line. Special Notices and Foreign Advertisements a. - . .ij:(:n.. Business Cards, not exceeding 5 lines M. Administrators' and Executors' Notices 1 1J0 8.00 1.00 UO 5o 1.50 8.00 4ju 8.50 4.00 UU 4.00 8.00 JM 8.00 9.00 U.UU 8.00 '.S.0OI, 10.00 154 m08 1 25 45 65 80 KT County Officials cVnmmo PUaeJn&o. - William Reev. I 71 y'jy. - - . . TlOMiSilHOA. Prouaniinff A Uomey, - A. H. HoiBLAKa County Clerk, - - James BFTLXB. Joiira II. NawTow. A nditor. - W.C MCBOIIU. Treaenrer, Cowenioolonen, . Surveyor, - - -Coroner, - - - Infirmary Kronen, GorrLiti onus, r A I'M WOBM1M. jos-GliaiKOH. I i I W. WlLKD...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 29 January 1874

H. G. White, T. B. Cnnninghim, sditou a, nonnron. Millkksbckg, O. January 29, 1874 THE RESERVE NOT EXPENDED. The statement that the forty-four reserve will be exhausted is a very serious, error. . It is not now expec ted there will be any increase of debt this month, consequently there will not hva hnn any further draft up on the legal tender reserve during January. a COMPLAINT AMONG THE BUREAUS. Jit consequence of the contempla ted reduction of appropriation for the several departments and their is not a little complaint among the officers in charee. The heads of each bureau consider that no reduc tion can be made, but Congressmen seem determined to put a knife somewhere. IN A NEW ROLE. General Butler made his appear ances in another new role on Thurs day, and that the one least expect ed of alL The hero of the salary steal now exhibits himself as a Civil Service Reformer according to bran-new system, having introduc ed a resolution in the special com mittee on the subject for an i...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 29 January 1874

Holmes County Hepullican IiO OAIiB, Mhxeksbcbg, O., : : Jas. 29, 1874. Notice to Subscribers. QibKritencta always tell bow their snb- kKnptKM aocoont Ktoiu, nv looamg as uiv Bamrea after their names on the address label asted oa the margin of the paper. Those Oar u re show the exact date to which subscription has been paid. There may possibly be some mistake in the dates, il so oar sansenoen will please tot as know what thev are. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. auitk. Going Korth, ' 4-ri a. m. tsoinx South, 1.61 p. aa. DirAir (nan officio Going North, -. 4.00 p. at. tsoing Soath, ljn pas. STAGE LINES. AUTO. Front Coshocton, Mondays, Wednesdays and fnuays, at .ui p. as. DaTACT. Tuesdays, Thursdays and 8atardaya,at 1M a. auiti. From Canal Dover. Tia ShanesTille. Walnut Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wednesdays and ridays, siua. sir an. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 1-00 p.m SUITE. From New Philadelphia Tia BagersrDle, New Aseaiora, Butuio, euu,...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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