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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 9 April 1874

xxx Fireside Department. Easily Remembered. A good and great man, who was blessed with a healthy body and mind, was once asked .by a 'wealthy individual, ''How is it, "Ssir; that you are s6 strong, since f ryon are never seen to taste strong &5nfc?" He repied, "Forjhe con venience of weak memories my Urasweris this: '-Strong drink makes the drinker weak; weak tdrink makes'the weak strong.'" How to do God's Will. . . ,A teacher was explaining to her class the words concerning God's angels, "Ministers of his who do his pleasure," and asked, "How da the angels carry ont Gtd'a wilirr Many answers followed. One said, 'They do it directly.' Another, "They do it with all their heart" A third, "They do it well." And after a pause, a quiet lit tle girl added, "Ihey do it with out asking any questions." Patience. "I learned a lesson once." said a lady, 'in a barnyard. It was a frosty morning. I was looking . .out of a. window into the barn yard,' where a great many cows oxen, and horses w...

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. — 16 April 1874

Terms for Advertising. v Hn. lin. 2In- -V"'1 Jfeol Xcol xcol Xcoi lcol i t Sob also isxw xo iuo $cx Era 410 Swk 1-5 t) " 4JU) 5J00 7X0 10X10 11 ik im is) s-ts sjo too 8x0 lijoo 11 1 ma ISO iM CJUO SJOO 10JM I COO 15 lino iSO 4J0O 6JU 8J0 11X10 1SX 11X0 30 3 ma 440 SXB nSU I1JU0 13X10 15X10 30X 35 imo cxn sxn ixai le-uo sun ssxsj suo 5 mo 8XB UXK) . muO 28XO 1DXJ0 50.00 65 iyr. uxn lsxn J5-00 sxo ssxio tun ooxw, so Deaths and Marriages gratis. Local Notices, lint insertion, 10 cents per line; snnsequens mieniuu. o ccnw pr uuc Special Notices and Foreign Advertisements s per cent, booiuddu. Business Cuds, sot exceeding 9 lines, $4. Administrators' and Executors' Notices ft County Officials. Conmox PUatJuigi, - WILLI All ExxD. frotattJttis, - - Thomas abxok. Clert, - B. W.TAJTETIIXU. SXrrif. - - J axis Benin. JOSirH H.NlWTOV. - W,C.MCl0WXU. JUoordsr, AB'Jt wasuut WAtxrr. 0WSMSS164rt, Surinwr. - IT. IL EOSIXSOJC. A. li-iioxirx. (LtrxLLZST ALLISON,' JJobx IL Smith, iWASttliGTOXCawm, Infi...

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. — 16 April 1874

Holmes County Republican. H. Q. YThite, T. B. Cnnnln;ham, XDITOES ACT rBOWlxTOM. Millersbcro, O. : : -Arm. 10, 1874. The Democratic success in Connecticut floes not prove to be a remarkable victory after all. As compared, with last year, it shows a loss of 847 majority, they having 3,3-17 then as com pared -with 2,500 now. HONOR TO SUMNER. The Government and people of Part an, Trince made a pnblic demonstration, when they learn ed of the death of Senator Sum ner. The flags were put at half mast, religious services were held, and. a public holiday given. Senator Sumner was highly es teemed by the colored people of Hayti, because of his reputation for having done, so much for the colored race. A VARIATION. have somewhat deviated from the .original idea of praying only lor drunkards and liquor dealers. At one of their meet ings last week, they offered very earnest prayers for the soul of Archbishop Purcell. How comes it that His Heverance has im pressed these ladies with the be lief th...

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. — 16 April 1874

Holmes County Republican ZiOO. Milleesburq, O., : Apeii. 10, 1874. Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers can always tell bow their sub criptioc afwantrtandi.bylookiligat the llirures after their umei on the addres label pasted on the margin of the paper. . rha Amita which t&bteriPtlon has been paid. There may possibly be some mistakes in tbe dates. 11 MmriinKi"" will please let n know what they are. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. AXK1TX. GoinrXorUi -P-- Goinf South, ............. 1-Dlp.ra. DEPART—(FROM OFFICE.) GoinrXorth, 4.00p.m. 1SJ0 STAGE LINES. From Coshocton, Honda?, 'Wednesdays and rruuys, at o.w p . m. .szraXT. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satnrdays,at 7-00 AIBITZ. Fmm Canal Sorer. Tla ShaneSTlIle. Walnnt Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at MM. ozrasr: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at lH0p.m UIITC From New FhiUdelphiaTUEarsTille, JJew Bedford, Baiuuo, ew-, .-amniaj sau.ju, DX7AKT. Saturdays, atl p. m. aziiTX. VAihft vi...

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. — 16 April 1874

Fireside Department. Mother's Boy. Elbert Crepsey is his mothers pet He coaxes and scolds her M the whim takes, him. He dis obeys he", says saucy words to her, and; as she often says, vexes her beyond endurance. Still sha loves' him fondly, and calls lam, "mother's pet." Edward Black is the son of a poor widow who calls him "moth r5! comfort." He tries his very best 0 make, his mother happy in spite; of her poverty. One day he-went to market for her, and as; he staggered homeward under aTvery heavy load, of pota toes a .gentlemen said to him. "My "ion, that basket is too heavy'-foryou to carry." Edward looked in the gentle men's face with a geod-natured smile, and replied, "It is heavy, sir, but I would rather carry it myself thanlhat my mother should carry it. Mow, as you can see,both these boys, were, their mother's pets. Which of them, think you, wa a wal mother's boy ? Surely Elbert the selfish, was not. The love was all on his mother's side. But the grateful Edward returned lov...

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. — 23 April 1874

Terms for Advertising. Hn.11 in. Sin-' Heol Xeol Jtcol rieol I-sri uoo :LS0 atOO fCjOO 4JJ0 8JJ0 ua 8J0 i-UU 8JM lexo. 1 mo Smo 3 mo Cmo 9 mo 150 1J0 Sin laoa 13JM &oo toxo 1440 4X0 9X0 Ul km UJOO 1X00 coo! ui 1LW) isjm 1U 5O00 S5J0 50.00 60-00; &oohza! ltoo !ioo sun kuo aoo Deaths and Marriages gratis. Local Jfotices. flrit Insertion, 10 cents per line: subsequent insertions c cents per line. Special Notices and Foreign Advertisements 25 per cent, aaaiiionju. Business Cards, not ejceedlng511n.es, W. Administrators' and Executors' Notices t County Officials. . Common Pleat Judge, - WluIiaRziD. ProlMteJndoe, - ' - TEOXi ASXOX. PneeenUnf Attorney, - 1-R.Uoaolai-d. Connta Clert, - - E. W. TiXrTHl tu SUrif, ----- JinlBRUl. AwliLr. ... JOIXTH ILNrWTOX. geoorder. - - . V. C. McDOWUX. 7ramrr, - - Gotthx "s. ( AlH WOXXHAK. Ctnaxmiomrt. - jos.uzuiibik. iwiwHii, W(. wxiatcr. Sirmor. ... - H. H. BOBixsox ' LcrLi-rx ALU s ox, r.tf IKrurtom. JjOSUf JJ. SMITH., iWAaHIJCGTOSGOSrx. Church D...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 23 April 1874

Holmes.Goimty Republican. H. S. mite, T. II. Cunningham, xsitou ii raororrroas- Milleesbcbo, O. : - -Amui. 23, 1S74. RE-ORGANIZING. The Massachusetts Democracy feeling jubilant over the results of the recent elections in New Hampshire and ConnecticutJiave "organized for victory." Consid ering -the overwhelming Repub lican vote in the BayState.reach irig fall 135,000 on a full vote,this reorganization of Democratic en thusiasts may be regarded as the best joke of the season. TO SPORTSMEN. The Cleveland Sportsmen Club has issued a circular f o the sport nlen and Clubs of the State, fa varing the formation of a State Sportsmen's Association. It is thought that such a body would have a beneficial effect, not only so far as sportsmen are concern ed, but would also be able to do much for the protection of the farmer; and it would also take an active part in the propagation of fish by artificial means. The Club desires to receive the opinions of the sportsmen of the State con cerning the p...

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. — 23 April 1874

Holmes County Republican 1iO o. .ZiS. MiiirasBCKO, 0., : Aran. -23, 1S74. Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers can always teU w their sub crlutlon account stands, by looting at the firures after their names oa the address laiel pitted oa the margin of the paper. -i bmk mm scow the exact date to which subscription hat been paid. There nay possibly be tome mistakes lathe dates. If to our subscribers will please let us know what tner are. and of Malls at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. ARRIVE. Going North, 4JS2P. m. UcUgboutb, -' X.W p.- DEPART-(FROM OFFICE.) &)lBrTfertar.."r......r:.;4.2 - Going South, . . .. lm pm. STAGE LINES. ARRIVE. Tma Coshocton, Mondays, Wednesday and rnaay s, at o-w p . in. DEPART. TBsdays,Thursdayiand8aturdays,atTX0a.m ARRIVE. "from Canal Dover, lit Shanesville. Walnut Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wednesday! and rnaay t, at it ji DEPART. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 1-OOp.m ARRIVE. FromNew Philadelphia via Rarersvllle, Sew BeurorO, satliuo, etc Bai...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 23 April 1874

Fireside Department. Everybody's Room. Not lone aco. we stopped for an hoar at the -parsonage of worthy brother, who was kind enough to insist on displaying to ns it8"Varibns .attractions- He hadarright'to be proud of them forftHi design oi, the parsonage, and-rthe- labor of begging the mojsey to bujldiit lor his congre cation, and the work of superin. tending it. Bad all fallen on the pastors shoulders as is mostly thertase. After taking us through the' commodious, well lighted and well-'vpntilafcd apart meats, he said, "iiie cnoisest room' of alL was Tet to be seen." He tfien apened the door to neat "'and pleasant little room lust over the hall, wnicn,on iook ingia we npticed'contained but three things a chair, a table, and a bible. "This," said lie, ''is ur room for prayer.lS'Any one at any time, can retire here for private devotions. It is always here consecrated to that object, aad used for no other always inviting those who need it to prayer and communion with God; anaLsaiahc,...

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. — 30 April 1874

Terms for Advertising. lin.1 lln. lin. Jcol'Ji'col'eol!lccl I irk s wk wk $t00 M HDD &JU0, 1X0 10X0! "-""I 4JUU too 1 SJO 4-00 tun SJBO I can! 8j!ijji 1 rao imo amo 6 mo S.00 4JU, oxo 8.00 HOJW -11.00 1 IlljOO .13.00 1TJ noons oo !a).ooi !sUiL00S5JOI 4.00 6J MO1 UXfl lZXW 1&U0 21X0 2U0 Imo tuo: lyr. 10J00 1 !3J.0014i.w!QUlO! -aw i Death and Marriage gratis- Local Notices, first insertion, 10 cents per line; subsequent insertions u cents per line. Special Notices and Foreign Advertisement. 23 per cent, additional. Business Cards not exceeding 5 line, f4. Administrators' and Executors Notices ii Holmes Republican A Political and Family Journal, Devoted, to the Interests of Holmes County, and Local and General Intelligence. Old Serloa, Yol. XXX. MlLLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, 0.,. THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1874. Vol. IY, Wo. 37. Sorios County County Officials. Common PlealJu&ac. - WtLT-IxSi Rr.r.r. jrobauJJje, Tnoxxs Axxok. rroeUtvj Attorney, - 1U.IIoiglim. Count Clerk. - - II- W.Ta...

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. — 30 April 1874

81. To amend Section 313 of the Civil Code u to witneu. 62,Toauthorixe lncoprporatod com tMniMtni.Mii tipntwrtr and carry on Dnslneas in ur county of tbtf State ana also to take atock In other companies. 85. To authorize recognizance to keep the peace to bo made to the pro bate court. 64. Providing for vacating State marla. rSS. To amend Sections 435 and 436 of the3unlclpal Code as to street impror inenU. 66. Fixing tho salary of coroner in Hamilton county. "67. Authorizing the Treasurer of State to draw warrant on county treasv tSrer la semi-annual settlements. 68. TopreTent the sale of intoxicat ing liquors at or near the Ohio soldiers and sailors urpnans' Home, or wunin ttrox&Uesof the boundary line of the Beforra Farm near Lancaster. G& To amend Section 2 and 4 or the general assignment law as to allow credJtors srTete In the appointment of assignees. JO. To limit the jurisdiction of the Superior Court or Cleveland. 71. To exempt from execution or seizure any fund set ap...

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. — 30 April 1874

HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN LOCALS. jfiLagsguiKf, 0., : April 30, 1874. Notice to Subscribers. fctabscrlberj can alirajs tell haw their i ub Ocrlution accountstaads,tylookingat the figure alter their names on the addrsss label pasiea on ine margin or the paper. Those tig. ares straw the exact dalAtnwhiMi .nhrintiAn hat been paid. There may possibly be some unuKiiiiiDBiuHfc ii bo out suDtcnDers wiu piease inns aaow wnat tner are. Notice to Subscribers. Arrival and Departure of Malls at the Millersburg Postoffice. ARRIVE. Going South, ; JSpS: DEPART-(FROM OFFICE.) Jfcdngjrorth, 4.00 p.m. Going South, STAGE LINES. ARRIVE. from Coshocton, Mondays, Wednesdays end Fridays, at e.00 p. m. DEPART. ,Tuedari, Thursdays and Satnrdays,at MO a.m ARRIVE. .From Caaal, Dover, ria Shaneirille. Walnut - Creek-anil Berlin, Mondayi, Wednesdays DEPART. "Hon days, Wednesdays and Fridays at lMpja. ARRIVE. yw, Phnadelphla Tla RagersTille, New is -oaiuraays, at u m. DEPART. Baturdava, a...

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. — 30 April 1874

Fireside Department. How he Lost the Opportunity. Notion;: ago a yotinp: man of Ibis city bad a most favorable opportunity to enter a business house in this State, atf a larpe increase over bis present salary, with a prospect of soon getting a Dlace in tie.linn. His recom mendations were 'first'class, and the officers of -the institution were decidedly pleased with'Jiis appearance. They lfowever, made ln'm no proposals, nor did they state their favorable 1111 pressious. A gentleman of tins city was requested to ascertain where the young man spent his evenings. and what class of young men were his associates.-It was found that he spent several nights of i ?' - t-ltr 1 1 ine ween in a Diniaru roum, aim Sunday afternoon drove a hired sban into tbe'coulry "with three other men. " He is wondering why he. didn't hear from the house concerning that coveted posiion. Springfield Union. That Boy. LbUv a boy. As a general thing, he is considered an un merciful offender. If there is anv mean li...

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 May 1874

Terms for Advertising. lis. Swk 11a. lln.; H'col Xcol Xeol Jeol Xeolj Icol ILOO run; (2X0 HOT tioo I6J00 (8X0 W 12 VM. 2J0 100 3LUI 8.75 CM U0 80 4.V0 810 SJOO 6J0O 8D0 11J0O KM saxn 10X0 112X0 a we LOO 150 UO too &0O 10X0 14 15 1 ma 2 mo 3 no 6 mo 14X0J 1TX0 2000 35X0 SIM 4J COO 8JO0 liOO 15X0 SSXOi 140X0 r. 20 1LU0 iun ( 23 12JJ0 9 mo! 8.001 12X01 1M lyr. 10.00 i&XB 'aoo Q0 tSAO 2S.00 i 35.00 1X00 00. Dents and Marriages gratis. local Notices, first insertion, 10 cents per USe; BUOSCqUCIl. mot' ..v...:. w Special Xotiees and Foreign Advertisements per cent additional. Business Cards, not exceeding lines, 41 . Administrators' and Executors' Xotiees (2 County Officials. pLu J3vt, - Willi aj? Eked.' ProbaUJudjtf - - THoaAS. Axxox. Promoting Attorney, - L.U-HOAaLAKD. County CUrt, - - XL. W. TAKETIHLL. Sktrif, - - - - - J AMES BUTLER. Auditor. - - - JosErn II. Newton. Recorder, Trea rarer, Comtnlulonert, Surveyor, -tVroaer. - W. ti AlCL'OWELL. Gottlieb Geebeb. Ab'm Wobeman. ! j...

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 May 1874

Holmes.CtmntyllepTi'blican. H. G. mite, T. B. CoMlSf ,ZStTOES AKD nOTHTTO. JIiLLEESBuno, O. : : : Mat 7, 1874. THE ARKANSAS MUDDLE. iCffiSrtln Arkansas grow-daily more complicated., ft has one government too many. .The consequence is it is not governed at all. The Supreme Court was to-have decided on Monday -rrheth- cr Brooks or Baxter should rule, -which would undoubtedly hare decided in fa vor of Brooks, hut Baxter had the judgesarrestcd while on their war to Little Eock, Xext ilondar tlie Legis lature meets, -which will perhaps an nounce Baxter to bo the Governor tin less Brooks orders the members of that body arrested. The plot grows thick and the clouds must soon break. We trust that no more blood will be spilled, but that the matter may be quietly set tled. PROVENDER GETTING SCARCE. Many of the farmers are get ting considerably discouraged about the lone continuance of cold weather. Hay and straw are getting quite scarce with many, of them, and they begin to entertain fears th...

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 May 1874

Holmes County Republican ZiO o. ,XiB, -StlliERSBUKQ, O., Mai 7, 1874. Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers can always tell how their ins cription account stands , by lookm g at the figures after their name on the address label Dastsd on the margin of the paper. Those fig ores ibow the exact date to which tubscnpuon ha been paid. There may possibly be jome mistakes In the dates. If so our snbicribers will please let ns know what tnev are. Arrival and Departure of Malls at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. ARRIVE. Going Iforlh, -v 4-23 p. m. Going South,. ......... 1.1)1 p. m. ARRIVE. DEPART-(FROM OFFICE.) Cotng Karth, 4j00p.m. Going South,- 1120 pm. STAGE LINES. ARRIVE. From Coshocton- Mondays, Wednesdays and t rlcUTS, at e.uu p. m. DEPART. Xnesdars, Thursdays and Saturday s,at ICO a.m ARRIVE. Prom Canal Dorer. Tia Shanesvllle, Walnnt Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 1 J u. DEPART. Hondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at UDpua ARRIVE. From New Philadelphia Tia Bager...

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 May 1874

Fireside Department. A Contented Farmer. Once upon a time, Frederick, King (liPrnssia, snrnamed, "Old Fritz,1' took a ride and espied an old farmer ploughing his acre by the wayside, and cheerily singing his melody. "You" are yell oft", old man," said the king. "Does this one acre belong to you on which your so industrious ly labor?" 'No, sir,51 replied the old farm- er, who knew not that it was the king; "I am not sorich as that; I plough by the day lor wages." "How much do you' get T' ask ed the king. "Eight groschen (about 20 cts.) a day," said the fanner. "That is notmuch,"repliedthe king; "can you get along with this?" "Get along, and have some' thing to spare." "Hpwthat?" . . Ttiel&mer fsmiled', and said "Well, if I must tell you, two groschen are for myself and wife, with two i pay my old debts, two I lend away, and two I give away lor the Lord's sake.-' , "This is a mystery which I can uotselve.reDlied the kincr. ri ftTKm&njfw solve itjfor' yon;" so&ttie i&me...

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 May 1874

Terms for Advertising. Death) and Marriages gratia. Local Notices, first insertion. It cents I iinc; subsequent insertions 6 cents per line. Special Xotices and Foreign Advertisements u ier cent, auuiuuiui . Business Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, St Administrators' and Executors Notices $J illilllli mo i.50 4.00 6J0 8J0 1IJ00 1100 1TJ 30 imo 1X0 6X0 tLSU UXO 1S.00 13-00 SOJX) S3 smo j .oo itoo iwjo aioo ssj ssjo s a mo 8.00 1100 . tuuO 18.00 U 5O00 .63 1JT. 10.00 13.00 J5-M tSJlO 33.00 13.00 60-00 ,80 County Officials. Common PlMUjndll, WILLI AS ItZXlM fnhaUJmigti - THOXAS ABKOX. Prouaitlng Attorney, - I. It. IIOAGLAKD. Count Clert. - - It. W.TaXEYHILL. Shtrif, ..... JAHE8 liCTLEE. .IKiuV. ... JOSErH II.KEWTOK. Eecorder. ... W. C. McDowell. jYeanrer. - Gottlieb uixirn. ( AB'K W'OXIMiX. ComtiMtontn. Jos-Glisixcrs. W. WALicr. Surveyor, - - - - H. II. BOBIXSOX. Corouef, ... - A. B. GOXSnt. (LCEIXEX ALLISOS, r. n;tfi-j UnnK 1L SxlTH. hVAjsisoTOX Covin. Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH. Sa...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 14 May 1874

Holmes County Republican K. 6. While, T. B. CawiHagkim, EPITOU AXD ntORIZTOXS. MnXrBSBUEG, O. Mat 14, 1874. A CANING. -a-t-- The Hod. Kent Jarvis, of ilassil- loa, who for twelve years has been oaof-Uie-triuteesof Uie Stato- In stitution for Deaf and Dumb, has re signed his trusteeship. On catching Mr. Jarvis at Columbus a few days since, the ofllccni fit the Asylum tie coyed him into: the parlors of the Asylum and presented him with a cane of very solid value and elegant workmanship. We find the speech of Superintendent Fay in the-V' Chronicle and tlie impromptu re sponse of 3Ir. Jarvis. Knowing how deeply interested 3Ir. Jarvis is in our benevolent institutions it is a matter of regret that he feels impel led to lay down.oQicial cares, but he retires with the highest regard of all who are connected with the Deaf and Dnmb Asylum. LEGISLATIVE TRICKS. Senator Bogy, of Missouri, some time ago offered in the-Sennte a bill to extend the provisions of the act of 1851,,limitingl(iie liabi...

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 May 1874

Holmes County Republican IiO o. JIilleksbcug, O., : : 3Iat 14, 1874 Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers em always UU bow their wj crlpttoa account standi, by lookins at tor ilrnres alter tneirnameaontne aaumi iuci lastedonlbemarglnof the paper. ThoseSr; ,tiwiiui nTictaftilAvhleh subseriDtion lias teen paid. There may possibly be some inistaEes in ine nates. 1 uuviiiptr will please let us know what tneT are. Arrival and Departure of Malis at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. " . axtirr. Coins North, sS p-m. liclug Soolu, .. t.. .-. . ijot p.n. EEriKT (FRtiH OTICLl Goinr. North, 4 JX) p. m. Going South, 1M0 pni. STAGE LINES. Fiom Coshocton, Mondays, Wednesdays and - ridays, at e.uu p. m. BlrlET. Tuesd ays, Thursdays and Stnrday,atVMa.m 1KXITZ. From Canal Dorer, Tfa Shanesvllle. Walnut Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wednesdays ana r riaayf, as 12 m. DErAKT. Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays at 1.00 p.m 4XXIVE. FroraNew' Philadelphia via EayersTIlIe, Xew rjeuiom, aaiuuo, cuu, saiuniays, at ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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