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Thunder kills an oyster.---Everything seems very early this spring except eggs.---PERSONAL.-Mr. John Gass, Mayor of the city of Attica was in town last Monday.---COURT.-The Common Pleas Court May term convened last Monday.---WANTED.-Just seventeen more new subscribers to the WARREN REPUBLICAN.---Koehler & Fry of the old "Steam Drug Store" are "hon it." See their new "ad" in this week's issue.---AGUE.-The sudden changes in the weather from warm to cold is introducing into good society the ague, especially the small members of said society.---GONE OVER.-Mr. Will H. Lester has accepted the position of book keeper for Zigler & Turman, of Attica. He went over last Saturday.---GETTING READY.-Maj. L.T. Miller is making arrangements to finish his room at once-success attend you Major in this matter.---CONVENTION.-The Republicans of White county hold a convention on Saturday, May 28th, for the purpose of nominating candidates for the county offices.---WALL PAPERING.-The Masons are having their Hall papered which makes the room wear an entirely different appearance. Mr. P.W. Lewis did the work and has done a good job.---DIVINE SERVICE.-Next Sabbath is the regular day for services at the M.E. Church by the pastor, Dr. John L. Smith. All are invited to attend. Regular hours 10 1/2 a.m. and 7 p.m.---NEW FIRM.-"Tom" Templeton, formerly proprietor of the "Wabash Bakery," and "Ed" Sturgeon, the present gentlemanly landlord of the "Sturgeon House," have formed a co-partnership, and next month they are going a -------. --- The Anderson Herald tells of a candidate for Auditor in that neck of woods who spells God Almighty "goddle mitie." Lynch him. Rensselaer Union. We would suggest that he be sent to the Editor of the Attica Ledger.---A NEW DWELLING.-Mr. Richard Claypool will build a brick residence this spring and summer near to where he now lives. It is to be of good size, built in good taste and out of the best material, and when completed will cost $5,000.---THE GRAND JURY.-This important appendage of the Court adjourned last Wednesday afternoon, after a tedious sitting of nine days. A good many indictments were found against different parties who were tried the following day, and in some they costs were somewhat heavy.---RICHARDSON'S ROOM.-This room is already plastered, the doors hung and the windows in. It remains to be shelved and painted and then will be ready for use. The Doctor proposes putting a full and complete stock of drugs in as soon as done. All right this is the way, fill 'em up.---WINDY.-Last Monday the winds blew a perfect gale. Hats went flying up the streets, boxes unable to stand it longer rolled here and there as if on wheels; signs creaked; umbrellas became useless; a loose horse lost himself, and everything seemed coming to life. This did not last long.---

Date: 5/12/1870
Origin: Warren Republican
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Record ID: 00003063
Type: Periodical
Source Archive: Warren County Historical Society
Date Entered: 3/20/2011
Collection: Newspaper Clipping Scrapbook
Entered By: WCHS

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