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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 5 March 1874

Fireside Department. The Teacher in Trouble. She -was one of the kind called unconverted teachers. That js to ajiEewasSpEa member ft the oHrcbnver Having' mader aprrj fession. From one and another.and an- other.oktESrlasses. around her, scfeolars vre freing converted. She looked on with interest, but had no particular expectation that any of her own scholars would experience a -change 'jpf heart. r bhejieyertuouglit mucl .about raifc witDlfearts. The many conversions in the .school werethe.subjects ot free conversation, -and lrom the pul pit andthe serintenden's.desk tn?Lfi?ltesrai spoken of in terms of great hopefulness and 5orVT Two girls came to this teacher OTjelbcfrfflSraing. andTtol'd' bar -uiau meyifanreu ner to uuk wiui them about their souls: that they were troubled, and wanted her to lea&tbenOtxv-God'for Jight'dhd teuahenaboutvJesus Christ. WfcvfjitiIdiSeG So ?She had no idetfOMforiy-ifihis work ol conversatioV'ifdnfd come sp near her. en ' " . . , SKe hja'a'sKoif ari3...

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. — 12 March 1874

Terms for Advertising. 1 In. 1 in. Sin. H'col xool Xcol Keot Jfeol tool 1 wt $1.00 JLSO iOv 3afl SUM KLOO fSM "10 Jwl 1.50 iOO 4O0 5.00 70TO 10010 13 1 wk 2.00 ISO -U 5.U0 CjOO &00 12X0 11 1 mo 2J0 3JB 4-ju UJO SOO IOlOO I400 15 2 mo &20 4J tksu jtifl HjOO IUM 17JT0 20 3 mo 4-00 6JX eAi 11x0 1100 I J 00 2000 25 6 mo (loo ajo uw nuo atoo zmo sue 45 S mo 8J0 tMO 1 iUO SU 4X00 5O00 65 1 jr. IOjOO ISM J3JM jjjxj JJ.OU 4100 00.00 80 DeaUis and Hirriara gratis. - Local -Notlcei, flirt WertfonTlC cents perl line; subsequent insertions c cents per line. Special Notice and Foreign Advertisements lcr cent. auuitiuaAi Business Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, $1. Administrators and Executors Notices t2 County Officials CimmonPleu Judge, - Willi AH Reed. niats Judge, - - Thomas Akxok. PrMeatting Attorney, - JL.B.'lIOAOLakD. County CUrk, - - - JOH.v 8. ORB. EhtrtJ, - - - - . J AXES IlCTLLK. sMtr. ... jnsirn h.settox. Recorder, ... w. C lictom-ilx. Treanrer, - - Gottlieb geebee. AB'M WOEEXAK...

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. — 12 March 1874

.--- -,-vr 3-1J Holmes ConntvBflpnMicaiL H. G. mite, T. B. ConnlagkMB, xpitoks axd nontixTo&- MiiiEESBUKO, O. : :Mabch 12, 1874. GLADSTONE. ters are moving atong pretty Gladstone has settled down 'comfortaWrn thefront Opposi- tion bench inParliament,and mat- I much as though Disraeli or any i other man was there. In truth, -- AAVy I 4 J -.- - I I cbanre of Ministry will immedi ately produce wonderfu ling events in London. isiry wm iimuc- ately produce wonderful or start- T 1 1 DEATH OF EX-PRESIDENT FILLMORE. Ex-President Mfllard Fillmore t a it.- ; Bnffjin died at his residence in Buffalo, at ten minutes past eleven Sun- dav night. He was conscious up . - t the last. At 8 o'clocK. m:re- totneiasr. .0 ciock, m re- ply to a question by his physician hesaid that the nourishment was words. His death was painless, palatable. These were Ais last POSTAL MATTERS. The proposition to establish postal, savings depositories was debated by the Committee on Banks and Banking for a week er so....

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. — 12 March 1874

Holmes County Republican Ii O o . Mtixersbubg, O., : Mabcb 12, 1874. Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers un always tell bow their sub criptlaa account stands, try looking it the flrure after their unci on the address label Hasted on the margin of the paper.- Those fig ures iho the exact date to which subscription ha been said. There may possibly, be some mistakes In the dates. If so our subscribers wtu please let us know what taev are. -- .' 3--- Arrival and of Mails at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. Going North, ..,.,.,..1.., 'tas.li. Going South, LOT p. m. szrAET (raoM orncr.) Going North,, 4.00 p.m. Going South, J0 pm. STAGE LINES. ASEIVX. From Coshocton. Mondays, 'Wednesdays and Fridays, at COO p.m. Dxrasr. Tuesdays, Thursdays and8aturdays,at 1M a.m AWTZ. From Canal Dover, Tia Shanesrille, Walnut Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wednesdays asamaiji.atuM. . sir act. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays atljOQ pm ABXIYX. From New Philadelphia via BagersTille, New jseuioru, saiuuo, oic ...

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. — 12 March 1874

Fireside Department. The Lost Dinner. In the town of Newcastle, in England, there was a man who rent by the name of Patient Joe. He worked' in a coal mine He was called Patient Joe because. lYrieTc'ame to him, he would say. "It's all for the best ; those who love God shall, find that -all! things"jvork together for good." If tliinffs went well with him. Joe would praise God : and if things went ill with him he irould praise God still, and say, '"God knows test what is for my good. t We jnust not judge of things by this life alone; there is'alifa 'to come after this; and things that may not seem good for us here may , be5 good for us there." ' J In the coal pit where Joe work ed some of tha men .would, jeer ariaMaugli at him when he said, "It's all for the, best." . , There was a man by thename of Tim, who would miss no chance to l.nin-ri at .Tn One day, as Tim and Joe were getting ready to go down into the deep pit, Joe, who brought his dinner of' bacon.- and, bread with him, laid 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. — 19 March 1874

Terms for Advertising. -it.ii 1 lm-Ttla-p01! KMlTXMdneal Iwk twki Swki BS.a8l8h.06 1JO tUOi lOOjlOjOO 8J 11001 8.081 uso 4.00 A4W tsa . UJUI 4JU, 4-lttl Ul S.00 1 t.U0U4U 1S.0OI, e.ao 800 1 mo 1 mo Ih eae 8 ma in- 10.00 i 14.0U eS0 UJJO iUlO XjJAI 11.00 :liJ sojio intoo 11.00 17.00 ij.oo 85JXM86.S0 BJJ1 lO.OOi !un 1 90.001 ,48.00 00.00 Deaths mad Marriages gratis. Local Kotieea. Bret insertion. It cents per linn; lalnninf 1 Insrrtn - 1 " Special Notices and Foreign Advertisemente s par oent. aaotwu Businees Canh, aot exceeding 5 lines, $4. a aiimian' aad ETerutors' Notices at County Officials. Ctmmm PUasJuigt, - Wnxiu KniL JrvbfiU Judy, - - Tfloaia A nnoa. wmin AHSI asp, J. 1C-HO AM-1KB. Commtf CUrk, - JOH 8. OBB. BlUrif, - - - - - J ABES BCTL1B. Amiitor, ... Joim H. NawroB. . w.uncuotiu. GoTTLiia Gbbbeb. ' r Ab'm Wobibak. I joaGnsmoaa. ' Wa. Wiutr. . H. H. Boaineox. A.B.GONSEB. iLcxixxa Auiaoa, Moia H. Smith. Jnjirmary Dim re. iWAsaiaeToacown. :laHaw( iTeaensssssMere, Church Direct...

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. — 19 March 1874

'Holmes County Republican. JflLLERSBCBO, O. : :Mach 19, L874. TO ADJOURN. The Otid Legislature deter mined Monday to adjourn en the 37thf thujmonth to. tk 5tli tf . next December. The discretion " which led to this decision was - iorrg- "smd excited "snS.' It" was worse than extracting deep-root ed molars to draw from the Pern craiic members a resolution to adjourn so soon. -. - DEATH OF SENATOR SUMNER. - Senator Charles Sumner is no -more. ' He died in Washington on Thursday last at 2 o'clock F . JkL, of angina pectorit. . He had been Buffering from- this disease for some time past. "'His remains ""' were taken , to Boston and inter . red on Monday. , Thus another of our great statesmen has pas- "sed away. ,: AT WITS END. " TheDistrict of Columbia inves tigation does not . appear . to be . panning out lucratively for the memorialists. - There are already Indications that those who have attacked the local government ait - Washington) and, indirectly 'the administration, which is res...

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. — 19 March 1874

Holmes County Republican XjO O. MiiXEUBCBd, O., : Marcs 19, 1874. Notice to Subscribers. C!wbertbetaa always tell bow -Oeriptioa woman Mill, by iootriagat " gnrailfter their the eddnM label sLtedoatbemaiwU.f ta-imper. K" lYres show tt exacted to wluehsularaipuon has km paid. Tber "T peesiWy be mi ntskM lii Ux Am, u u m utKniwi will pieaM iat u knov what tker are. Arrival and Departure of Malls at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. - - .- ABMTX, . 'J .. ' Ooiac Korth, ... CH p. an. tioiagaeata, LW.. DEPART—(FROM OFFICE.) ; Going Xta, .1 -ii..-.' ... 1UU pm. Going Honta, . - STAGE LINES. ' . ABBtTC ' rieai OMboetoB, Mondavi, Wednesdays ud Fridays, at a.iu p. m. - VKTABT. Tuesdays, Thursdays aad Saturdays, at Ulu Annrva. Pram Caaal Dew, Tla Shaaesville, Walnut : Creek aad Berlin, MoiKlajs, WedneaUajB - - aad radars, as urn. MT AST. Monday, Wednesday aad Friday atl-OOp-m mai Bow rwiladelpaia tU BagersTOle, Hew . Bedford, Bamuo, estv, aeurcaya, aa u a. pxran. .. . Satardaye, atl a. am...

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. — 19 March 1874

Fireside Department. Duty from Different Standpoints. BY MRS. M. E. SANGSTER. fcJ ft'is" not, I 'say it boldly, e yery body's duty to become a Sunday gcboot teacher If, for example, ..school is opened at nine, and yon cannot get there till a quarter of ten, it is your duty to stay away. I know a bright eyed, merry class ..of boys, who invariably wait just that length of time for their Jeaoher, who comes leisarely along, forty five minutes too late. swings himselt into a seat, and says, "Good morning, boyswith the most . nonchalant . air, in. the world. If you are Uo lazy, or too delicate, or too. much occu pied, Mjr .too "anything, to bj in 'umt, don't have any scruples about giving yoor class" up aito-1 gether. . , TO SUPERINTENDENTS. Be men of action ; keep . the school Tusy; let all the time be filled up. Be punctual ; begin and close at the minute, j j t.Let the teachers and scholars read a well selected, impressive Wi.n .f Scripture in nn iAr en mo nna iatt rut niwir.i edjy; re...

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. — 26 March 1874

Terms for Advertising. lln. 1 uk ink lin. tin. XcolXcoIXcolXcolleol tUbtuof"" toco w.oo tsxe x&03 Ho ISO 1X0 4JU M 'LOO IOjOO u ii ISO S.O BOO (LOO 8L0O 12X0 14 ISO 3X10 4A 6JJ0 8XW 10XD 14X 15 sjo 4joo eo bjo uxo ixoo ru so 4X0 6X10 (LSu UXO 1SJD 15XU fflXC IS 8x axu izxu isjuo mjjo SjDQ SUO 45 8xo lrxo , axo ssxn xoo au is 10X liOO ,00 ojuu SiXB 45X0 60 XW SO 1 mo Suo 3 mo e mo 9 mo lyr. Deaths and VArriages gratis. local Notices, first insertion, 10 cents per line; subsequent insertions cents per uac Special Xotiees and Foreign Advertisements per cent, uaiuuiw. Business Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, U. Administrators' and Executors' Notices 12 County Officials. Common Pleat Judge, Probate Judge, -Proeeeuttng Attorney, Count y Ciwi, - - Wiixiak Rim. Thoxas AHOB. l.r.hoaolakd. - Jobs b,Oil " 3 AXIS BCTLKS. Auditor. -Meeordtr, -Treasurer Cemmlnioaere, Surtryor, -Coroner, - - tJOaZrH I1.KXWTOK. - - W.C.MCOOWAIX. GOTTLIIB GlSlZtW ( AB'K WOKXJCAX. J JOS.GZMIKOZS. ( ffj. Witrcr. . ....

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. — 26 March 1874

Holmes County Republican. Hi G. White, T. B. CnnnIn;Uam, XDITOES AXD rEOMUITOSS. Milleesbckg, O. : :aIabcii 20, 1874 INJUNCTION DISSOLVED. Judge Smith, at Lebanon, a few days ago, dissolved the liq uor dealers' injunction against the crusading women of Morrow, "Warren county, on the ground that the plaintiff was engaged in an. unlawful business, and could not claim the protection of the law in its violation. This is a very important decision, and will exercise a tremendous influence in the Woman's War on Whisky. STORMY WEATHER. The terribly tempestuous weather which has prevailed on the "North Atlantic for tfie past; few weeks appears to have ex tended much further South than was originally 8upposed,numbers of the steamers and sailing ves sels arriving at Eastern ports from the West Indies and South .America reporting unusually heavy weather on their home ward trips,. accompanied by furi ous northwest winds and violent 6qualls in latitudes where both are rarities. STATISTICS. The Ne...

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. — 26 March 1874

N Holmes County Republican XiO o. Mllxxesbcso, 0., : Maech 2G, 1874. Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers can always tell how their snb criptlon account stands, by looking at the figure after their names on the address label pasted on the margin of the paper, urea show the exact date to which i Those &z- subscription iiald. There mar dossidit oe some mtstakeain the dates. If so oar subscribers will please let us know That ther are. Arrival and of Malls at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. mm. Coing North, AStf.ta. Uolor South, ... 1-1)1 p. m. DEPART—(FROM OFFICE.) Going North, 4.00 pi m. Going South, 119 pmi STAGE LINES. From Coshocton, Mondays. Wednesdays and rrmays, at .uu p.m. sxraxr. Tuesdays, Thnrsdayt and8arnrdTS,t 7.00 a.m AIXITZ. From Canal Dover, tU Shanesrille, Walnnt Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wednesdays ana radars, at a a. DXTAST. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays aUJOOp.m Axarrx. From New Philadelphia Tla Eagersvilie, jseaioro, saiuiio, etc oaturaays, siu m SX7AXT. ...

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. — 26 March 1874

Fireside Department. Grandmother's Bedfellow. BY MRS. S. M. WALSH. Come, now. I've just thought of a story true, every word ol it I "just as true as preaching," as tou children sav: and I'm sure that's the kind of a story good children'love best. I do wish we could just sit around a good, roaring wood-fire, in the open fire-place, instead of being gathered around this little onen-work .'hole in the floor." then there'would,be some relish to the talk' about;tlie;times when your great-grandmother was young. Yesrshe was ayounggirLabout as old, as Jessie, I guess, when oneUime she went.tojspend the nightwith a friend about her own I The old folks ere awav, and in the little, lonely log house i, ; 4W, cef Ti, m- Wiwl ,-'S.LaJ OUVAV AXJUiL nil! I oTT0T,i'Tiir W ti.Q,im;n7..ov ling fire, with never a thought of toil.; j,.i-Baltimore .JU r. :i iu tie things." I shouldn't wonder if they:evenTdiscussed-the fashions, and consulted each other about the style of the next "petticoat and'short-gow...

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

Terms for Advertising. lin-j i wt: lin.!in. J1 i-col jjcol Xcol,Xcolllcol fLOO ,U0!U 1100 tiOO ifcLOO X&OOi J10 ivrt: Swk 1 mo 3 mo 3 mo fimo mo lyr. mo; 2.30 i.lfl ELOOi 7H0 i 7j i p.itnl tcfwiT arm 10X0 lzxoj 00 150 L50 tin 8.03 I0i, iOO 4X0 6.00 1.50; C'jOi 8:00 10J00-14X0 -). tUa'llj00.13.00'l-.00 11JUO'1S.OO!1S.OO!SO.OO 16JU0 iMJJO ZUJO ,3iM 9D0 l&UJ 1100 hlX0lJ8X0!4O00 50.00 00.00 ISM JiWi 135.00 j4iUU Deaths and Marriages gratis. Local Notices, llrit insertion, 10 cents per Use; subsequent insertions vi ws- Special Notices and Foreign AdTertUemcnts 3 per cent, iwtuuwu! Business Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, tA Administrators' and Executors' Xotices t2 County Officials. VauiuHt Pteat Juiat. - WlLLIA REED. prob-tttJudot, - - Thou as armor. ProttultiKZ Mtonty, - L. E. llOAGLAXn. County CUrk. - - E. W.TAKETniLL. SM. -- ----- - James Bctlie. jmar. ... Josemi II. Newtos. MtaonUr; - - - V. C.-MCDOWIXL. - " sVwssot. - - Gottlieb oerirk. CtAmiuuMtertt J03.GEISIMSZB. W. WALXUr....

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. — 2 April 1874

Holmes County Republican. H. G. White, T. B. Cunningham, KDXTOBa AKP WOWIITOSS. Milleesbueg, O. : : .APEIL 2, 1874. THE STATE PRESS. The "voices of the State press1 for the past two weeks have been almost all to one note Temper ance. The fact that with scarce ly an, exception the .papers de vote a large share of their space to the subject and speak favora bly of it, with greater or less en thusiasm, speaks volumes. IN A DIFFICULTY. The builders of the outer igakwater of Buffalo harbor have struck a formidablo obsta cle. A little more than half of the four thousand feet of wall had been built when a bed of soft clay, varying from eight to thirty feet in thickness, was reached. How to proceed in the lace ol the obstacle completely .baffles the engineers, and the wall cannot be left in its present state without seriously damaging the harbor by making a new sand bar. A new survey is" to be made at nce. A TEMPERANCE LESSON. A temperance lesson comes from Clyde, on the line of the New Yor...

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. — 2 April 1874

Holmes .Comity Republican XiO o'. MtLLtBSBca 0-, : -Apbil 2, 1874. Notice to Subscribers. riMKtffnM. alwai-a tell ho their anb- ' OeripUoa aeconat stands br looking at the -flrcrei after, their name on the addr label liteda the margin of the paper. -Those De li .hn. h .-r.rt H.tp.to which snbscriptioi .ku been paid. There possibly be some ralstaie. Intha data- II o subscribers will please let w fcnoirwnat uer arc. Notice to Subscribers. Arrival and Departure of Malls at the Millersburg Postoffice. Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. DEPART—(FROM OFFICE.) 'Going North,,, t . -4J0p.nl. GoingSouth, ,.,-....., 1J0 pm. STAGE LINES. 'aksrfx. From Coshocton, Monday Wednetdays and rTMIJf,UOAup.m. f szriST.. Teetdaya, Thursdays aadSaturdajt,st WO a.m AMITS iTMm nai Tvrar. via Shaneivtlle. Walnut Creek and Berlin, Jlondaji, Wednesday . djj - , a If i" Uil X I iUJ Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday at 1.00 pan uim f rromSew Philadelphia TlaEagcnTUla, New ittaiora, Baiuuo, tibfOHsiaifiinum Satnrdaya,...

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. — 2 April 1874

Fireside Department. Fireside Department. A Word to young Men. We) don't'know whois"entitled to ths following TyhicLVe clip frdmvan-exchange, but itcontains wholesome advice which should be attentively read and carefully heeded by every young man in the country: Young man, did you ever ask yourself why there are so many people in the, world uuemployed, and why so many fill a drunkard's grave ? There is employment for the entire world, yes, honorable .employment, yet we often see" young men ofabilities, physical and mental, loafing around lull ing away the spring time of their lifeln utter worth! essness. Young man, consider, remember, howev er true lt .inay be that our coun try is controlled by your superi ors,and usefullness are at present beyond yonrgrasp,thegrandness of your future rests upon you. Remember was the world was not made in a day. Neith er can you make your fortune nor'gainl a reputation in a day. Bide your time and persevere. Perseverance and energy will be sure Jtoe...

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. — 9 April 1874

Terms for Advertising. lln-l 1 In. Sin. X' Jjool Xcol K'col Veol Icol nxb (Tso ijjo iloa i&oo t&oo gia XSO iM Ml UUO MX) 7.00 10J0 15 LOO SJB 6.V0 6JX &00 1U 14 iso ju tao tuo afl) ioj icoo is tso tM uu &ao HjOO lioo iuo tOO &00 eJu UJUO 1X00 1SD0 20.00 S3 U MO HUM 1U0 MJJO sun 2U0 ei ujo i - tutf tun oloo 50.0a ss 10.00 15.00 JS-OO aj) SUM 15.00 OOjOO 80 &00 lwk twt Swk loo 2 mo 3 mo C mo 9 mo lyr. Deaths and Marriages gratis. ..local Xotlees. lint insertion, 10 cents per line; subsequent uucruons u i". y Special Votlees and Foreign Adrertisements S3 per CCDb BUUUUUMt Business Card, not exceeding 5 lines, $4. . Fi.M,n-c ii nil 17-reenton XotleestS miumsuwt County Officials. Common Pleat Judge. - WILLI IK ExXD. Pretale Judge, - - Tdomas Axxoa. proecatting Attorney, - 1 u. uoaqlaxix. Ceuntv Clerk, - B. W. Taxxthiu- Aar4. - - - . . JAXZ1 BCTUS.- Beamier. - - - W.U. JfcUoirlLU - rreassmr, - - GOTTLIIi uri J- t A' WOBXMiK. Cnlulmtn, - J JOOrulor. ( wjc Waucet. --...

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. — 9 April 1874

nwic: Holmes.CoiiiityRepiiblican. H. OVWUte, T. B. Canfilnskam, s' xbitokS ikd raoraxrross. Milleesbcko.O. : : -April 9, 187-L TENNESSEE POLITICS. Icojindrew Johnson seems td be the :sm63eins tjf Tennessee jjol- Jjjtfcjust at present It is -con ceded by the Democracy that fretr snccessjall oyet the. State ''depends upon conciliating the Independents, Jouxso.v men If these pandering sheep can be bxonght into Che fold, and made to lie down in the same pasture with the Btraight-outs, the Democrats-will probably carry most 4 at- the State. Otherwise not . And the prospects has a decid- dlyotherwise appaarance.- BILLS ACCUMULATED. Owing to the investigation in to 'the Sanborn contracts and noioty system, the bills upon the. calender,- ofth Ways and Means Committee, have acenmu 'lated largely. Now that both these subjects are about to be j)ut out of the way, the commit itechave commenced to clear the docket Iri one day last week ' Sib" committee reported adverse Jy npqn oyer forty bills, ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 9 April 1874

Holmes County Republican Ii O O . Miixebsbubq, 0., : Awm. 9, IS74. Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers can always tell bow their ins cription account stands, by looking at the figures alter their name on the address label pasted on the margin of the paper Those fig ures show the exact date to which subscription bat been paid. There mar possibly be some mistakes in the dates. If so our subscribers wui piease let us anowwnat tnerare. Arrival and of Mails at Postoffice. RAILROAD. -CoinrXorth, t- T.'.tr."'. ''"iss'n.m. ooiag6ouuv.-l....i Ulp.n. DEPART—(FROM OFFICE.) Going North, 4.00 p.m. uoing south,- lijo pm. STAGE LINES. ASBITZ. trom Coshocton. Mondays, Wednesdays and xTioays, as d.uu 1p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays andSatnrdsys,st ZOO a.m UlITt. From Canal Dover, yia Shanesrille, Walnut m Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wednesdays BIT AIT. Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday! at lj00p.m auitk. rromtfew Philadelphia rla KagersTille, New xiearora, aauuio, gk, naturuays, as 13 m szraXT Saturdays, atl p...

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