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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 2 May 1861

It VCVTY fdliTliilir i if ' f :1f ' AX ST J. CASXEY, Eihr d Proprif Ur. "?' ' OFFICE AYashington Street, Third Door Sonlh of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in idranec VOL.5. ' ; MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1861. NO. 37. DBS. BOLIXQ aV BIG HAM j PuYHCIAIfS & SURGEOIJS, MIL.L.ERSBURG.O., " CfOatoa U taa IM inwri; oeraDica J Dr. Irrino. Marts , a- - - DR. EBBIGHT, PHYSICIAN & SUEGEON, MILLERSBUEG, O. OScaaa JmImi tract, Hr . fan alia Hawac. . ty Residence on Clay Street, opposite the Presbyterian Church. J. P. AL.BAW, ' DENT I ST, MIIiEHSBUBQ, O. Arti6cul teeth in serted oa Gold. Silver. Vulcanite at Porcelain base. Teeth Extracted, Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction nnu ted. Office it few doon west of Weapon's Saloon. Kov.28,1860.-yl. BEXJAMIX COIIX, WrTiT BT HBrfTBP aft rtft,H ,f .1 m 'P AIIAiUUl tf, Of Etot Deacripriaa, COR. OF JACKSON & WASH1GT0XSTS. PLAIN Jc PAXCV Or ALL LUtDS, XHATLV rXFCCTED AT THIS OFFICE. CASKEY A- IXGLE3, SEALKBS a B...

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 May 1861

Cjje '"Mbit J. CASKEY, --.-;- - Editor. THURSDAY,:::::::::;: MAY 2, 1861. t The News. Tie news of the. past vcrk haa been of no particular importance. Large Indies of troops are conccotralingat Washington, and at Rich Bond, and the intention of the traitors oriclent iy ii, soot i to make an attack on I lie fcrmer city. -Let them try it. The Mary land Legislature Bow in session has refused lo pa-ss a law declar ing that State out of the Cnion. Western Vir ginia is armiug for the Union. The Cnion feeling io Baltimore again predominate. Ergh y thousand additional troops have been called tj the President. - Stearabeoats going North with goods for Cincinnati and other towns, have been fired into at Napoleon, Arkansas, , nd the goods seised. It is said that an armis tice of six days has been agreed opoa between ' the traitors at Richmond, and Secretary Caioc ; ton. ' We don't believe iU but if true, Mr. Cam- eron will find out a thing or two before he is ' mucli older. Seventeen additiona...

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 May 1861

ANNAPOLIS, April 27. Twk 4bonsod troops altogether rrived WndTKr Uiouwthj 1 expectM ;lo-night. Tb brio Prrj iVstationed at tbe en trance of the barbor,Bnd the Park Artillery fa placed on tba right ibliore. tJ.v . . A tog with the 8lh Massachusetts regi toent cot oot the rece'ring ship Alleghany from Balttmore Harbor, and anchored her under the eons of -Fort AJcdenrT. Gen. Butler cars that a musket is jfn fil ing every rail between here and Washington.- ' ; r. -r ; The Superinlecdent of tLo Road was nested yesterday Jar taking ap rails. The Maryland Legislature is discussing proposal for adjourning to Annapolis. ' The Legislature won't pass an ordinance 01 secession, but will arm toe olate. , . , - Bailinjore. and WasliingUB quiet. CHICAGO, April 28. JL eenlleinan has just returned to city from a business tour throngh Alabama sad Mississippi, leaving Mobile on Tuesday last, reports that hundreds of men who had gone to Pensacola to lake Fort Pickens, are returning home daily, dL-guste...

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 May 1861

THE EARLY BLUE BIRD. BY MRS L. H. SIGOURNY. 61m bird! on yon leafless tree. - Duet tboa carol thus to 'me, - - ; . ' "Spring is coming Spring ia here! Say 'at tboa ao my birdie dear? What is that is misty shrocd. 8 tailing from the darkened cloud? . Lo! the aaow flaW atlria(r Settles o'er the whitened ground; Yet tboa eingest. Milne and clr, "Spring ia coming Spnng brrel ' Strik at thon not too bold a atraiBt Winds are pifriag o'er the plain; Clouds are sweeping o er tha sky. With a black and threat sing eye; -Urchins by the frosen rill. Wrap their maollea closer atjll; . Tob poor mau, with doublet old, Doth he shirer with the eold? Hath he sot a aose of blue? -Tell me, birdling tell me true.: Spring's a maid of mirth sad glee, Rosy wreaths and revelry; Hast thou woed some winged Iots To a et ia verdant grove? ; '- 8uag to her of greenwood bower, . Sonny skies that never lower? ' Lured her with thy promise lair, - Prithee, bird ia coat of blue,- Though a lover tell her true. , Ask h...

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 May 1861

it IT. svam t e- B 12 "J S! Infirm v iimn A OFFICEWashingfon Street, Third Door South of Jackson. J. CASREY.Edtfor and proprietor. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance t e - V : I V MILLERSBURa HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1861. VOL. 5. r NO. 38. DBS. BOLIXa & BICU1M, KUTSICIANS & SURGEONS, sMILLERSBUBG,Om ; : r ICMk fat the nca formerly occupied by Dr. Irvine. l DB. EBBIGIIT, KIYSICIA1T & SUEGEOtf, MILLERSBURG.O Oasc Jmckeew Street, nearly eppeelte the . Empire Ilnnae. tEesidence od Clay Street, opposite the Presbyterian Church. .....,, , . - - . J. P. ALBA-V, DENTIST, MILLEBSBTTBQ, O- Artificial-teeth in serted on Gold, Silvnr. Vulcanite tt Porcelain base. V Teeth Extracted, Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warran ted. Office a lew doors west of Woslon's Saloon. Kot.28.1860.-j1. -r - . BE.JAMI. COII.V, Bum rsr Of Every Dearriptlon, COR. OF JACKSON & WASH1GT0XSTS.. millers m;ac, o. PIiAI! & FAXCY OF 111 USDS, yEATLT EXECUTED ATTHIS OFFICE. C1SSEY ...

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 May 1861

J. CASKEY, Editor. THURSDAY-:: : MAY 9, 1801 THE WAR NEWS. The tWenty days given the Rebels in the South, bj Mr. Jjicooi, in which to lay down their arms as d return to their allogiance to the Govern raeut, having expired, active prepara tion! are mating to enforce the lava against them. United States troops hare taken pos session of Baltimore, Annapolis, Havere de Grace and the different lines of Railroad and water communication leading to these 'places. Troops will in a few dajs be marched to Har- per's Ferry, Norfoli, and other points, and fast as possible the Government will re-possess t?, 1 : I 1 .1. C..,V. Ml&xeuerai pivpenj'icucii vi wiEmiuini traitors. Stirring times and exciting news may be anticpated. They have already had negro insurrection a a small scale in Sooth Carolina. About a dozen negroes Were Lung. This is only the beginning of such work. A Fact roa SoaTHn. Uxs to Coxsidcs. There are a great number of political dema gogues in the North preaching up the doctri...

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. — 9 May 1861

From the Cleveland Herald, May 4th. Serenade of the Governors at the Angler House. past ten Lautod'a Band '.proceeded to the Angier to serenade the eeveral Governors there as- ketnbled. 'Hail to tLe Chief" was given by the band with spmi, followed by "Hail Columbia," and the "Red White and Blue." At the close of the latter, there was movement upon Bank street balcony, and ex-Mayor Denier iniroaoced uov. Jenni on. The Governor "made a few remarks, thanking the people lor the attention. . He had not come here to speak,- but, with the Oorernors of other btates, bad more lm porlAnt business on hand, which wonld consume much of the night. lie spoke of the universal determination to maiutain the Federal Government, and said the North wag already., marshaled for the con flict.!.' Whatever power he could command should always be exerted to sustain the Government and defend toe btate from all assailants, come . from whatever quarter thej may. In the name or the people of Ohio, be said, treas...

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. — 9 May 1861

An Incident at Baltimore. A statement to the con tains ibis incident of life in Baltimore : From tbe gentleman I gathered that in Malily no quiet person, resident or oiher - vise, could move unmolested about tbe streets. One of my informants, -while walk ing toward the Adams Express Company's office, - on Baltimore street, a day or two ago, met a band of mauraders, numbering at least seventy or eighty, who were march ing through the city yelling like fiends, screaming like wild cats, and prancing like Indians around a war fire. He endeavored to escape observarion by stepping into a door-way, when one of the fiercest of the company, with a whoop like the whistle of a hundred first-class locomotives combined, rushed after him, drew him forth by the nape of the neck, while the rest of the gal lant chevaliers gathered close about him. ."Hurrah for Maryland, you d d whelp," asii they. ' "Hurrah for Maryland seid ho. . "Do it again," said the army of free men; and do it again he did. "Now...

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 May 1861

4S II I ill Yll f J. CASKET, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washlnjlbti Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in idraneei VOL. 5. MIULiERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1861. NO. 39, III I LJ. Ill - III III III : I I 111 V I I I III III III III III III I I III DBS. BOJOIXG fc BIGIIAM, FDT5ICIANS & SURGEONS, MILLERSBUKG.O., f7OaVs ia the room formerlj occapied bjr Dr. Irrine. Marah , 1. - - y J - DR. EBBIGIITj " 'i r ' PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, MILLERSBURG, 0. 1 Osc Jackaaa Street, awl? appmlte the EsaaLre H.nse. . Residence on Clay Street, opposite the Fresbjrteriaa Chaich. ..... .... J. P. ALBAX, D E N T-I S T , , o. - A rtifici&l teeth in- ii. sertedon Gold Silver. Vulcanite A f Porcelain base. Teeth Extracted, (Cleaned or filled .- Satisfaction warran ted. .,, ... Office a few doors west of Weston's Saloon. Xct.28,1860.-jL BE3TJAMIX COII.V," nuin nr Of Every Description, C0. OF JACKSON & WASEIGTOSSTS. HIIXERSBDSC, O. ' PLAIN...

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 May 1861

7Xi on 1 1 mt mm Tf HIT AVrtVW 3. CASKEY, - - :.. EdUtor. THURSDAY,:::::::::: MAY 18, 1861. 1 I 1 I Good Krwg The Legislature of Obio ad iouraed tine die on the 14th int. The likes of it was never beheld before, and wa began to despair of their ever adjourning. . , j i - 1 .ao.s 1 .. - 'TTbe Regiment (lGth)to which the Holmes County boys belong, ia atill at Colum boa'aorf the probability bow ia that they will be there lot some time yet,,. t&ifnJ Doc'glas is making patriotic speeches throughout the West, but very lew of them see the light of day through the papers that aup ported lum last folK' Why? - His advice to the Korth is, to rally around the flag of thrir coun try U sustain the Government ia the proeecu tioa of a war made necessary by traitors ia south attempting to destroy that Govern men. The advice of secession Democrats, or traitor ous ones in the the North , is, it is Eepublieaa AdmUtratioa, let the Republicans fight it out. Still these latter claim to be Uaioa Bea.r ...

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 May 1861

Incidents, &c. f Got. Sprague, of Bboda island,' h Ibe obW Governor who has headed the troops of hi State in defence of the CapilaU- Poeseased of an ample fortaDe, be is dero- ting it freely to sustain bis men. it is re ported from Washington tbat be pays BearW all the personal expenses of the men, f. . r.l. -1 - .1 - s ' applies went wiio cioining,aoa gives tnem shoes,' ana aiso gives mam iu ooliars per month additional pav from his own corse. The Secretary of War haa tendered Gov. Spragne the rank of Brigadier General in the army, the laws of Connecticut prevent his occupying the post while governor of UiebtaLe. . , , The Washington National Intelligencer ays: Mr. J. S. Wadsworth, of New York arrived here yesterday from Annapolis, where he arrived upon a steamer charter ed and loaded with provisions by himself for the use of the troops. A part of her canro consisted of forty horses and sam- cient wagons to be hauled by them ; twelve hundred barrels of sea bread, dec He charter...

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 May 1861

Should We Wash our Sheep. Humanity at least ttjt not With the ? natural fear a abee has for water, it most ba cmel to subject then to such treatment M they sometimes get by tbe process fev .iij w.ri.:n.n ; (mib it ua sueep. 1, "We take it for granted that what is good ..1. -a for the health of man in the way oi care, holds good with the sheep; and who among all our shepherds would think of following J the sheep home from the mill pond, with- oat a change of clothes, when sometimes it is cold enough to make his teeth chatter. How can we then expect it to benefit our sheep, especially when we have a week's rainy weather just after washing1 and rery often, in this climate, it is cold and healthy .r for man and beast. Yet some will say it " does the sheep no harm ; but facts prove that this is not the case both your sheep .' and lambs suffer materially. .' But this is only one feature. It costs a ; great deal of time and money, which could be applied to a better use in cultivating our S...

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 May 1861

lili 1, CASEEY, EdHor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Filly Cents in Adrancev VOL. 5. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1861. -NO. 40. ' '-AT rf' (iii in , in ii ii riw hi ; u 4 si ,li-J Vh'i . p i a. DBS. BOLIXG Ac HICHAM, mSICIANS & SURGEONS, MILLERSBURQ, O., W IIOi U the room formerly occupied by Dr. brine. j .3 PR. EBBIGHT, . KITSICIAN & SURGEON, MILLERSBURG. O. a Jackaom Street, nearly appMite tke Jiaaptre Hiw. lfBesidenee on Clay Street, opposite the rnatnj IBI IBB LilDnjJ U v 7 -' ' t J. p. iiiBiaf, I E K T I S T , o. A rtificial teeth in- J. i- scried on Gold Silvftr. Vulcanite 4 rPorcclnin base. Terth lEiiraclcd, iClt-aned or filled Satisfaction warran ted. . Office a few doors west of V"ostou's Saloon Kct. 28,1880.-31. - ,r A BEWJAMI.V COH.V, IlllII u t aai xi a aa Ai-Atja &bw.ai.AAj jra . Of Erery Description, VOR. OF JACKSON & WASUIOTOA'STS.. MIIXERSBPBti, O. PliAIX & FASCY ...

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. — 23 May 1861

J. CASKEY, - - ; - Editor. THURSDAY,:::::::::: MAY 23, 1861. The War News. The indications are that within the next sot- day then trill be fighting done between UnUVB.troopa and the rebel forces." A large iniUfewy force will innate Virginia at one or more point and compel the traitors bow under arms in that State, to fight or run. "VTasion lus iHDi . War or no war, Westok is Setenniaed that 4he public sha'nt suffer for tho aobstaatiali, of. life. He is also daily in tbt-neeipt of the "Hick-nacks," snch as Oi aagea. Pine Apples, Bananas, Coco Sat Ac These articles not being considered caatrabraad of war. the South genensly permita Wmtos to epply his customers with them. - " . ' . ' L Q ' 0- -Waittcb. It is high time, that "dcr man mit dar dor button," way paying our town another risuU Tbo atreeta, lanes, alleys and by-ways ara full of worthless curs, and "dog fight" are tk order of the day; " .Est,Ei)CaH. It is reported that when the question of rawing eight Companies of rolun- teers...

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 May 1861

Cairo Matters. A Eorrospoodeotbf tbe Chicago Tribune, wnuuz irom iairo on neanesuaj ant;! "; " . .'"': 5Tbe aeneaUoB of to-day is decidedly the visit of party of Iweo ty-'five gentlemen.all union men, from lennessee, wno made an Bxwrsioo to this city by tbe river, tab in 2 boat itt Dresden. They vera headed by tbe gallant and loyal Uoa. Emerson hlh eiidgvTbeif purpose is to see the camp uere ana icst. ih reenng, to carry oacS I report to the noble tJWn men of Tennes sea,-.-.-- ";.:." -They come from a State where just now IWbellidn is rampant, but where, neverthe Jess,.a band of loyal hearted men are pat ting forth gigantic exertion to roll back the tide of treason, and save old Tennessee from dishonor. They speak cbeeringly, too, of the prospect, but are not blind to Iba dangers that threaten. A few nigLts since, Mr. Eiberklge went to Memphis to fill anappointmeot to make 'tJnion ' speech. ' About forty of his. friends, however, knowing the mad frenzy oE the community, induced him ...

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. — 23 May 1861

Edward Everett on the Crisis. Hon. on the' following speech in Boston, on the occasion of raising a flag in tbat city. Fellow cilixent and Friend: The great assemblage) that I see aroaod me, the sim ple but interesting ceremonial with-whicb the flag of onr country has been thrown to the breeze, the strains of inspiring music, the tweet concert of these youthful voices, the iolemri supplication f 41m reverend cler gyman which fills our ears all these pro claim the deep patriotic sentiment, of which that flag is the symbol and expression. Kay more, it speaks tar itself. Its mute eloauence needs no aid frorn ny lips to in terpret its significance. Fidelity to the Union blazes from its stars; rllegiance to the Government beneath which we lire is wrapped within its folds. VYe set up this standard, my friends, not shatter of idle display, but asan express ive indication that, in the mighty struggle that has been forced upon us, we are of one heart and -one mind that -the Government of the...

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 May 1861

ft ' iKS" " 71 , ..." a AT . 1M -A't - ni . I IX i y iyir I J. C1SREY, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door Sonth of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fiflj Cents in idtanee: VOL. 5. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1861. NO. 41; PIT. tz. mm i r V4 FHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, - M1LLERSBURO.O, 1? lyMei u ae raom formerly occajned by Dr. Irrlne. .... . . - . DR. EBRIGHT, (PHYSICIAN & SUEGEON Vf TT.TJFRSRTIRO. O. Oakc-aa Mum Street, wcerlr -pp He the Residence on Clay Street, opposite the , rres uy terian unurcn. ....... . ' , J P. ALBAJV, . B'EK T I ST , A rtificial teeth in- '.a. eertedoa Gold, Silver. Vulcanite dc 'Porcelain basav. Teeth Extracted, 'Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warrau led. i Oflfxe a few door west of Weslon ' Saloon. , -lfcT.2S.lB60.-yL' -.-r -r , -, , BEAIJAHI.Y CO UN, ' '.. . deals rjr . . " '' ' Of Every Description, COB. OF JACKSON & WASWQTONSTS.. , MlLUEKSBCttG, O. . . PLAIN & FAXCY "" KIT ALL UIM, 9EATLY EXEC...

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 May 1861

J. CASKEY, - - Editor. THURSDAY:::::;:: MAY 30, 1861. Have we a Government? Not two months ftince Europe saw millions freemea kekiag wJ apparent isdiffer . eace at the swift destructioB xi their owe lib erties. They saw a government whose flig was protected o every sea, and worshiped by freedom loving people in sll part of the world, ao deteriorated ty poliu'cal corruption that it riarenot raise aa arm against a handful of trai- --. ton. It' was a sad picture, and the question weal op from every true American heart, "Have we a Government-" Little more than a month ' has elapsed since President Lrxcois's call .for 75JD00 troops to defend the flag of the TJsi- ted Slates against a formidable rebellion, and what is the result!, two Hundred ana itiirty thousand troops Under arms' in defease of the Government! Regiments, armed and equip ped, seemed to spring op out o the. ground. Within two months from the issue of the first demand for troops all rebeldom is invested by laud and by sea. ...

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 May 1861

[Correspondence of the N. Y. Times.] [Correspondence of the N. Y. Times.] Highly Important from France. PARIS, May 7, 1861. : the invitation of Jeff. Davis to the pri vateering fraternity in general has about .severed the Jast link in the already fragile .'chain of sympathy which existed between -the great States of Europe and the new 'Confederacy.' Before alte publication of z4hm piratical proclamation, a rota in the 'British House of Commons on the qnes tion of recognition of the Southern Con , fedentcy irould have secured a respectable , minority; it 'cannot now muster a dozen ? votes, s The , energy which the Federal Government displays, now that the issue "of war has been forced ' npon it, has also Jiad its effect in producing a change in the !antiaieni of public men,, for tfcey now see thai. there is a Government at Washington, 'and t Government which intends to make ( itself respected. : " '."..'j 9 .The change in France , among public men is quite as remarkable as in England...

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 May 1861

[Concluded from frist page.] St shall not acquire or hold property for any tkerf arpoae sod for thepurpoaeof isresing It finuia, it afanU have tb power of leasing its arooneyacpoa -toad and mortgage, under aaeh rules and regulation as may be prescribed, and at ao annual interest sot exceeding six per cent, per annum. See. 6.. .That such association or body cor porate, lrfaea corporated as herein provided for, shall hare foil power !o make and establish soch rnles and bv-laws for its .government as it may deem best; to decide what officers it shall have, and to preecibe tha times and manner of their rifrHraj the trnateeswDT directors to be alecled, either by said corporation in its aggregate ca pacity or by the members of each authorized fire company, hose or hook and ladder company, being members of said body corporate in good standing therein;. presenbe the poweis and daties of its officers; to msTce all regulations for the relief of firemen disabled while on duty; to provide for s...

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