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Title: Republican Office Sold
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With this issue, our connection with the Warren Republican, ceases.- The office has passed into the hands of Mr. John Gregory, who takes immediate possession, and will henceforth conduct the editorial and typographical interests of the paper. We part with the Republican, relunctantly, but a new field of labor has opened up before us, and we go west to conduct a paper having a wider field of circulation, and an extended patronage.

We take this method to express our thanks to our numerous friends and patrons in old Warren County, who have faithful stood by us to aid in counsel and assistance; and in tendering them to parting the hand, we feel almost that it is sundering hallowed ties of a long friendship.

In thus sundering our connection with this paper, we necessarily have outstanding accounts, and business which must be settled up immediately. We trust therefore that all persons owing us anything will call on us immediately and pay up. It is impossible for us to leave without our just dues, and we desire to put no patron to cost in the collection of our claims, but will be compelled to do so unless they all settle with us,-- and do it now! I will be found at E.A. Bordman's boot and shoe store, with my books.

John A. Canutt,
Henry F. Canutt.

Date: 2/10/1870
Origin: Warren Republican
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Record ID: 00001468
Type: Periodical
Source Archive: Warren County Historical Society
Date Entered: 8/10/2001
Collection: Clippings Scrapbook
Entered By: Amber M Knipe

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