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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 14 May 1874

Fireside Department. THE JOURNEY TO INDIA. .WefspTinUinies JistenM tr) r&gMnnd' Hall, and: boro from their churches the fullest impression that they were striv ing, against ,great fcddss 3)f -sinr around tiieni, to stir anu more men toward God. A later Sab bath found us the lieighboTr liood of Dr.ummirls"rrmrrcri: Tliere is a dignity and devoul ness, and. caliu thoughtfiilness aboYif IhFrfScdtcli minister. ' If he has wasted hours Jn, figures about tiie inillemiiunrj he lins nevertheless, labored witli earn estness, spirituality and simplic ity in his pulpit, in his church, and among the jioor. In the af ternoon we wandered among the wretched alleysjin tho neighbor hood, of Drury Lane. Our way led among the houses ot the lry of JBrEirers' Court, where thedoci tor and his people have been us close our nostrils at fimesTTn the month of December the mis erable people were thin clad and barefooted. They were lounging in crowded doorways, perhaps hoping for that jlielp or employ ciwa...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 21 May 1874

Terms for Advertising. lln.j Hi lis. Sin. Jicol, fun col; $3X0 HCOl: Kcoll Icol "Ho it am ttso USD t&oo &00 laoo 1X00 1X00 2X00 40X0 t&tt) sirt .1JW 10.001 xo Swk 2JB too coo 6.00 8i S.7J 4JU w 5.00 OJJO &S0 (LOO 8.00 11J00 1X00 14 l no 3 mo S mo mo 14X0, 11 SO ajo (U &00 1 0.00 ! 1100! 20.00 11X0 nufl 2340 25 45 a a liou 1 no 20 JO 23.00 2X50 9 mo 1U, 50.00 IP". ULOO j'&oo 00.00, Deaths and Marriages gratis. Local Notices, first Insertion, 11 tents per line; subsequent Insertions 6 cents per line. Special Notices and Foreign Advertisements -JS ir cent, additional. Business Cards, not exceeding 5 lines, U Administrators' and Executors Notices ti County Officials. L'ojunoa PUatJuJge, PrebaXc Ju&Qt, -Proucutlvg A tterney. William Krri. Tsoas AKXOR. - I-K.IlOAGLl.ra. Counts Cleri. - R. W.Taxetiiiu- sJktriS, - - - Auditor. -. Kteorier. trtaturer. - - Jiurtegar, -Cerentr, - - - InfirMitry Mreeur., - JAMES J1CTUX. JOSEPH H.NEWTOS.'. - W.U MCDOWEIX. fiOTTLIEB UI...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 21 May 1874

Holmes fopty Republican. II. G. White, T. B. Cmmlnshaia, IDITOU AK TMPmroit Milleksbueo, O. : : : Mat 21, 1874. EUROPEAN CROPS. .The latest crop reports from Eu rope are not fevoraljle,.and onlv the most propitious weather can, it is said, preserve certain districts from partial failure.- Should s second poor harvest; followthis year, it will be difficult to overestimate flic dis aster which must ensue. Abnndant croj).s here, in conjunction with the active demand from Europe for our varied products, hare played a much more important part than is gener ally supposed in counteracting the effects of last rear's panic "upon Ihe commercial system of the country HORRIBLE OUTRAGE. A most horrible and unprovoked 6'utragd was that recently commit ted on Mr. John3Iager, HerBritan ic JIajesty!s Yice Consul at Guate mala, jy the Commandant Gonzales. for no -other reason than that 31a- ge'r could not appear before him when commanded. For this offense the ViceConsul was stripped and lashed until ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 21 May 1874

8 Holmes County Republican IiOOAIiSl SIiixersbukg, O., : :.3Iat21, IS7-L Notice ot Subscribers. Subscriber! can always tell bow their tub crlptioB emiittafldi,brlooklngt tie Henres after their name on the addra lapel pasted on the margin or tho paper, Tnose ng uret show the exact date to -which subscription bai been paid. There may possibly become mistakes in the dates. It o our jaEKcnuen will please let as know what tflev arc Arrival and Departure of Malis at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. axxitz. " v. ' Going-3orth, i-.... 4JSp.xn. aoUgSODtb, ;..-.i. 1.01p.m. pifAKT (rioiioTnct.) . Going North, .... ........ ..... tfp. m. STAGE LINES. . AXStTZ. From Coshocton, 'KondaTS, Wednesdays and iniiijs,ai.o.ujp.m. DZTABT. Tuesdays, Thursdays andSatnrdays,at T.00 a.m aeeivz. From Canal Dorcr, Tla Shanesville, Walnut Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wednesdays . and Fridays, at uu. DEPART. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at lJ0Op.m Assirr. I'romNew Philadelphia via Eagersvnie.'Xew Eearoro, e...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 21 May 1874

Fireside Department. Fireside Department. Shining Light. Tliev -who are the fullest of faith and richest in good works make the least sound ; when their hearts and lives, like the iace of Moses, shine brightly with grace , aadflioluie'ss, UieyMo not they KHnbtkhcnvit.. (They consider sSweie grealesiljgmtfanl nstre is but a reflection frem the- iatlier of lights, and therefore they have noeason.ta.beast aLall. of- bor-rbwea'olsX-! " i t 4 - We Should all be So. "The little that 1 have seen in the world and known of the liis rtory of maakiwl teaches "raeo to Mobk'npon'ffiefrerforsin sorrow, not in anger. When I take the hiqforv nf one uoor heart ithat has sinned and suffered, and rep- resent lo.mysen ine struggles and temptations it passed thro', .the brief pulsations of, joy, the Wjepiiili feebleness :of purpose, the scorn of the world that has little charity, the deso lation of the soul's sanctuary, the threatening voices within, health gone, happiness gone, I would fainjleave-the e...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 28 May 1874

Terms for Advertising. I In. lln.1 Jin-'ixooliHcol; JjcollXCOl'leol &O0 HOO MXO tSXO 9 VI ijo UuO mo 3JUU 3.71 4JW SX0 M UJUO 1SJU0 6JUU too 8X0 11X0 13X0 30X0 2SX0 3SX0 1.00 ISO 8X0 13X0 14X0 ltXO; 20X0 1 ma 3 mo 3 mo 8 mo 10X0 13X0 13X0 JJ0 too CJOO coo cm I 0.00 13X0 1S.UU OJX1 3X0 43X0 15.00 3SJ0 tmoi 30.00 00.(0 lyr. 10.00 IWJU SJiD tilths and Marriage gratb. local Notices, I! fit insertion, 11- cents per line; subsequent insertions 6 cents per line. special Notices anil Foreign Advertisements 'Ji r cent, additional. i:ulnes Cards, not eaeeedins S lines, 4. Executors' Notices tt Holmes - 5." XXX. Sorica, Uli. A Political awl County Family Journal, Jievoted MlLLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, 0., THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1874. to tlie Interests of Holmes m-r .1 I 11.11 MM M: j yC-''-j County, awl JLocal and General Intelligence. s3.?. Vol. IV, No. 41. Holmes Co. Republican. Dedicated to the interest or the KenuMlean Party, to Holmes County, and to local Intelli gence. . . - WHITE1' CUNNING...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 28 May 1874

Holmes Comity Rspriblican. H. G. White, T.B.CmIsia, xorrou.AicD nomnoii. MlLLEESBCBQ, O. Mat 28, 1874. NEW MEXICO. The pposition to the admission of New Mexico as a State comes principally from those in Congress, with the approval of their respective state governments against farther increase of The United States Sen ate's members by allowing addition al small states to be represented in that body. There is no little spirit of jealously prevailing, that the east is diminishing its power and influ ence through the rapid growth of the western States and Territories ADJOURNMENT OF CONGRESS. The certainty of the adjournment of Congress on the 22nd of June has already given a feeling of great relief to the entire country. It is now probable that no financial bill will pass, and the certainty of that, also, would go a great way in restor ing confidence to the public mind. If it had been known, three months ago, that Congress would adjourn finally in June, without legislating os the financ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 28 May 1874

Holmes County Republican XiO o. Milleesbubo, O., : : Mat 28, 1874. Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers can alway UU W ttclr inV SStSonthemsrgtaotthepiper. SSKhS WW please ichis " Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. axutz. Going North, 4-lJp.m. Going Sooth, ..: LClp.ia. "sirAXT noa orncz.) Going North, i '. . 4X0 p. m. Going-Sooth, UJO pm. STAGE LINES. axbitx. from Coshocton, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at B.oo p. m. PXTAXT. Toesdy,ThnndyiiidBtnniiri,ttTi)0 ja mm. From Canal Dover, via Shanesvllle, Walnut CrWKana licriui, monaay--, nnscstuji tut raaays, k u u. sir AIT. Mondays, Wednesdays andF-rida-fi at 1X0 p.m From New Philadelphia TU RagerlTIlle, New BOOJOru, oaiuuo, cm-, ouaiuftjit un. SIT AST. Saturdays, atl p. m. AXKITZ. From Eoehi via Benton, Mt. Hope, etc-, Mon day?, Wednesdays and Fridaji, at 6 p. m. Err AST. Mondays, Wednesdays ut Fridays, at 7 turn. Paint Valley Arrive and Depart Wednesdays ana oatur-u js. Office Hours from ta a. m. ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 28 May 1874

Fireside Department. From the N. Y. Observer. Did She Love Truly. BY GEORGE KRINGLE. "Ida! don-1 you Know papa is not nch!. "I cannot help if be is richl er net ; 1 want it.- "Yes, but we want lotsjuof things." 1 ijf "And we cannot set-every thing, of course, but 1 can and will have a party." "What I even if nana cannot afford it?r , "Of course. He cannot afford to give us new bonnets, but then he has to, and he cannot afford to do lotsof thingfc,andyethe makes out to do them." "He tries to do everything for us and everybody." "7ell, Jie can give me a party, then." "He would have to buy- heaps of things." "I know. People always do." "uanaies and cakes and " "Of course." "Papa said he could not pay the broad bill this morning." "Oh ! he meant nat to-day." "I do not know, but he seemed very sad." "The little snips of things won't cost much. I don't want a great party, you know, only the girls at school and everybody nice around here, and Sophie and Ro sy Moss, from Middleton, and, let...

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. — 4 June 1874

Terms for Advertising. lis. in Iff Swk IIS. tin.; Xcol Xeolj Xeoll Xeolj Vcoljleol ttoo sua SCJ80 zoo two ltuw CUB HO us 2.73 UO CM mm 4J LOO 6J0O UO 11J0O ltoo XLOO X5J00 WW tuso &00 10.00 13J00 "I HI 150 1 no SSLO 3 mo mo ue SJ0 14J 15 lljOO liOO l&OO 1&G0 liOO 1U0 3 8.00 noo soxo SSJ 3U0 IBS 11.00 1M0 MM S0J 10.00 18JJ0 Deaths and Vantages gratis. Local Notices, first Insertion, 10 eesla per line; subsequent insertions e cents periinc Special Notices and Foreign Advertisement Business Cards, not exceeding S lines, 4. Administrators' and Executors' Notices t3 County Officials Corfumm Pleat Judge, - 'WILLIAM Bus. Probaie Judge, - - TH0XA9 AXMOX. rroeecuung Attorney, - I, is. lioaaLaxn. County-Ctert, - - E. W. T akithi IX. Merit, - - - - - J axil Bttlxx. Auditor. - - - Joszm II.Niwtoic. Recorder, - --W.C.MCDOWZXL. Treatmr, - - Gottlizs Gxsnxn. AS1WOUX1X Commiuionert. - J J05.GrlsIXOTX. t wit WiLxur. Surveyor, .... II. II. liojixsax. ram. ... - A.CGOKVXS. LcILLIX ALUSOX, ...

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. — 4 June 1874

HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN. . G. mite, T. B. CtranlBgnam, XDIT03 AD YaOWttjtTOES. JtitLEKsiuBO, 0. : :.: June 4, 1874. GREENBACKS. In future issues of greenbacks, by order of the Secretary ofthe Treas ury, the ords "United States legal tender, note" and "Treasury note? are to be ommitted "and thtrtitie changed to '"United States. Botes," that being in the opinion of Mr. Richardson, the requirement of the law. -The new $50 note will have a vignette' ofFranklin and the God dess of Liberty, the latter beingcon s!dmr1 " remarkable specimen of engraving; The new twenty-five cent note will conform in size to the new series, of which the ten and fifty cent notes, are already in circu lation, and will be issued as soon as the treasurer makes a requisition for fractional currency of this de nomination. Instructions have been, issued for the immediate prep aration of a vignette of Charles Sumner. THE NEW FAITH. The New Party movement, says the Cleveland Leader threatened from Washington with su...

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. — 4 June 1874

HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN LOCALS. MnxERSBCEO, 0., : : Juke 4, lBi Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers cu always tell'how their snb crtption aeoounl stands, by lookins; at the Cgurcs after their same on the address label pasted on we margin 01 uw paper. xnoe dr area i how the exact date to which subscription bai been paid. There may possibly be tome mutates in to. oatcs. so vnr wwiii will please let us know what ther are. Arrived and Departure of Malls at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. Going Xerth, .,...-..; 4Jp.m. Going- South, ; isi p. n. BiraXT (raOKOTTICI.) Going North, 4.00 p.m. UVUEBVHUl,'-.... .......... ...... pn. STAGE LINES. inn. From Coshocton, Itondays, Wednesdays and r naays, at a.w p.m. SIT AST. Tuesdays, Thnrsdajs and SatordaTS,at 1M s.a AXZITI. From Canal Dover", via Shaaesville, Welnnt Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wednesdays ana xriaajs, at sz at. 9IT1XT. Mondays, Wednesdays and Tridays at lJX)p.m XXXIVX. From New Philadelphia Tla Ragenville, New sseaioro, naitiuo...

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. — 4 June 1874

Fireside Department. The Safe Channel. Tho pilot of a United States revenue cutter was asked if he knew all the rocks along -the coast where he sailed. He re plied: "No ; it is only necessary to know where there are no rocks." These words suggest a deep moral and spiritual truth. Sermons, lectures, and books abound on the temptations which lie along the life course of the young to eternity. Over the most dangerous ones are lifted the solemn notes of repeated warning. This is well. And yet how" much more frequent! does the word of God present and en force, with all the urgency of mo live love can suggest, the very truth contained in the pilot's an swer the "King's highway of holiness." Looking unto Jesus wilh simple faith, the soul is se cure ; whatever the perils that lurk on every hand, there are no rocks ahead. To a loyal spirit it is sufficient to knowthis: Curiosities of the Bible. A man who was condemned to solitory confinement for life in a prison, relieved the tediousness of ...

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. — 11 June 1874

Terms for Advertising. Special Notices and Foreign Advertisements 3 per cent, additional. Business Cards, not exceeding 5 licet,'!. Administrators' and Executor' Notices 15 - "nT-;r7i .w.iTTrr r?r?irf re sit is is Soo!'uxo ill f mA 9m! UUf KiA am tnmliiM 6 mo 6.W S.TO H-" 16A0 SM iiW SU 4S Smo 8.00 15J15-01 ajUOliS.00 WO M.COI 65 ,JT" 1000( w SU,!S3-00 O-W uijoo CTj OUIU mAl IXJJUI VWjllJLU UUI 1JLUI JUIU .1 Heaths and Marrias-es gratis. Local Notices, first insertion, it, cents ier "nc; subsequent insertions C cents pcrllne. County Officials Probate Judye, Procuting Attorney, County Clert, JSWy",. - - -Auditor, ... Ueeorder, Treasurer, 'cmnSuionert, - ' Sartejfor, -Coroner, IndriMirg Director, - H'lmia V.r.zv. TUOaiS AK3IOR. . - I. ILllOACLAXD. - 11. W.TAXr.YHIU. JAMES BUTLER. JOSEPH II.NEWTOK. - W. C MCDOWELL. GOTTLIEB (..IEBER. ) J03.GEISIXGER. t wi. iViLicr. If. II. KOEIXSOX. A. B.U0X3EB LrELLEh ALLI80K, Xjons 1L fci7n. thVASUIKQTOXCowrH. Church Directory. M. E. CHURCH, O. BADGL...

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. — 11 June 1874

Holmes County Republican. H. 6. "White, T. B. Cmmlngham, X9IT0U XXD rSOFUXTOSB. MnxEBSBUSO, O. : : : Juke 11, 1874. THE TAX ON SUGAR. There arc a good many Senators in favor .of the proposition amend ing the tariff bill so as to restore the old tax on sugar. It is said that the Louisiana sngar interest needs this protection, that sngar is no cheaper since the abolition of the tax, and that as soon as our govern ment struck it off the Cohan govern ment immediately put it on. SWORN IN. On Thursday last the oath of of fice was administered to General Bristow. The ceremony took place in the President's room in theExec- utive mansion. After the oath had been administered Secretary BriB tow went to the Treasury Department and immediately entered upon his duties. During: the afternoon he was called upon by the chiefs of bu reaus of the Treasury in a body. TAKEN BACK. In the House Saturday Mr. Hoi man undertook to arraign the Repnb lican party for a want of economy. He had evidently paid bu...

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. — 11 June 1874

Holmes County Republican IlOO A Xi S . Millebsbukg, O., : : Jcxe11,.IS74 Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers can always tell how their sub scription account stanus, Dyioonngai lut ngures alter tmur names on tne auarcss iw-t pasted on the margin of the paper. Tho fig ure show the exact date to which subscription hai been paid. There may possibly be tome mistakes In the dates. If so oar subscribers will please let us know what thevare. Arrival and Departure Malls at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. AKKITZ. Going Xerth, .v.. 2.1 S p. m. Going Sooth, 1M p. m. sz past pzcif orncr.) Going North, S .50 p.m. 1130 pm. STAGE LINES. AZBITZ. From Coshocton, Mondayi, Wednesday! and rnaays, at o.iv p.m. SZFxET. Tuesdays, Thnndays and Saturdays,! MO a.m From Canal Dover, Tia Shanesville, Walnut Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at u ai. D1TAET. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays atl.00p.m AEXITZ. From New Philadelphia Tia RagcrsTille, Xew Bedford, Saltillo, etc-, Saturdays, atlJr...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 11 June 1874

Fireside Department. A Mother's Love. Tha tenderest 'illustrations of Divine love are drawn from the well-known and almost universal affection of parents for their off spring, "like as a father pitieth his children, so the lord pitieth "them that fear him." "If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children, how much more shall your fa ther, which is in heaven give good things to them that ask him ? ' In the instance given below by the Edinburgh Witness, the strength 01 maternal iove lsHniost loucii ingly exhibited, and by the com parisona clearer conception is given ot the power ana long-sul- fering of Qod's love. "While we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.-' While the sinner is still far from'God, his grace persues, con victs, converts and saves the wanderer. In the Highlands of Scotland, a poor widow found herself una v ble to pay the rent 01 her small cottage, and the agent of the landlord threatened to dispossess her. A landsman who lived at some distan...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 18 June 1874

Terms for Advertising. lln. lln. Sin. Xeolixcol Xcol Xcol Xcol leol lwk 53) tLBO jaZo R00 ItOO f&OO "Ho iwk ijo 100 loo too sjx) roo 10j .11 Iwk LOO UB .M MO tOO W 13X0 i ma xso &so jo tun aoo 10.00 icoa is imo UO iOO lid UO 11J0O liOO tTXO SO 3 mo tOO tOO LSU tUO 1100 15X0 ffljOO 35 Cmo (LOO S.00 U.OU imO 30O) 3540 83J0 43 9 nc &xn 12.00 nun km ss.oo tosa asm a lyr. 10.00 15.00 1UM SSJjO 35X0 liOO 00.00 89 Deaths and Marriages gratia. Local Notices, Ant insertion. It. crali per line; subs queue insertions o cents peruuc Special Notices and Foreign Advertisements per cent, aauuionai. easiness Cards, not exceeding 5 line, 31. Administrators' and Executors Notices Ji County Officials Common TUs Judge, - WILLIAM IirsD. ProlaU Judge, - - Tnoms Abmox rneecuUnf Attorney, - L. E. UoaOLaKD. County Citrk, - - B. W. TaHZTmu ikerif, Jans Bcilik. Auditor, ... Josr.ru II. NrWTOit. Recorder, ... W. C. MCDOWZLL. Treaturtr, - - GOTTLIEl Gzssia. ) joa.GnsrxoiK. Wsf. Walxtt. . n. n. nosrx...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 18 June 1874

Holmes County Republican. H. 6. While, T. B. CnnalBgham, XSITOU AKD MOHUXTOES. Milleksbubo, O. : : hJcmeIS, 1874. TO GO OVER TILL NEXT SESSION. The question of making Indians citizens of the United States -will not be urged "farther this session. The bill for this purpose sleeps in the House Indian Committee and its . members are not as yet quite ready to define their positions on the sub ject The author of the bill, Gener al Shanks, says he is content to let it go over until the question becomes more ripened. CHARMING STORY. G. B. Lamar sued the Government for $600,000 -worth of cotton confis cated during the war. Lamar em ployed J.K. Herbert of New York to prosecute the claim for a condi tional fee, of $20,000. Herbert em ployed Butler to help him. Butler iron the case about three months ago, getting a judgment for $579, 000. This he remitted to Lamar di rect after deducting $50,000 which he pocketed. Herbert applied to Butler for his share and met a blunt refusal. Now Herbert has...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 18 June 1874

Holmes County Republican AIhxebsburg, O., - : Jcjte 18, 1874 Notice to Subscribers. Subscriber can always tell how their ins cription necoiintstauds, by loosing at ue flcures after their names on the address label . 1 rf tl f IHtlPr ThOSO flff- urcs show the exact date to which subscription has been paid. There mar possiblr be Kims mistakes in the dates. -If so onr subscribers will please let us know what taeT arc and of Malls at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. ASBITZ. Going Nerth, . -. ...... S.lSp;m. Going South,'., .... UHp.a DirxsT (rxox orrccE.) Going North, , - 2.50 p. m. Going South, ..w ... liaapm. STAGE LINES. ASBITE. From Coshocton, Mondays, Wednesdays and ' Fridays, at B.uu p . m. DrTAET. Tuesdays, Thursdays andSaturdays.atMO a-m Pmm Cutis Dover. via1 Shanesville, Walnut Creek and Berlin, Mondays. " ednesdays andFridays,atlSM. Mondays, Weanesdays'and Fridays at 1 .00 p.m. From New Philadelphia Tla Ragersvllle, New Bedioro, oaiiuio, CM, oauuuj,aiu sir AST. Saturdays,...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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