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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 21 August 1856

(7s EMIf : JX. faskyr, Editor and proprietor Office-Washindon Street, Third Door Soulh of Jaclson. Terms .-One Dollar jind Flftj Cents is leasee. MILLEltSBURG, IIQLMES COUNTY, OIHQ THURSDAY AUGUST 21, 1856. :NO. 1. 4 THE REV WEEK ENOUGH TO DO. ', ' , Ami (stlwitaclngat Bta (or ita ml ' FrmapbDadwaaMlaad lawa; ' :- TttahBtiBCIU,,r.r r:'. 'lUnKtKfnmllw, , . V 1?"TWra'aorkrooagh toao." - ' ' ' : Tar rarara an4 ftoapraadioa; Tina, .' ut I.- Tto Maria the graaa, , Tb nmw aiua tad the eglantlnr. : iIMimoMiinpw, The ut, wttbla ila carera arp, ' ' j VawMttfaa labor too, ' WritnwMili tier haaa , -wrkeR'iHkaoaghl.' . TklasrttfarirIUker'a will, Bw wri to their cara,". . Var Xatora'a whl aerer Mill . 'I Profrrr tr rtmnl :,. Ta. Iraraa tbxt tortar ia Ihe air, ' Ab4 ium btoaei W aolroa troth to nu drckue 7 -Tberr'i work esoagh to do." Who thro cut ukrp when all arownp la active, fresh ami frne? - Khali ana rreatiaa'a lord be iaana . -w.iaaaaMTthaa tbefcer? - OareoartaaawaHeraarB the SeW -If oiea ...

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 August 1856

REPUBLICAN. J CASKEY, Editor, - THURSDAY, : : : : : : AUGUST 5;;i&5e. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. Union for the sake of Freedom. FOR PRESIDENT. John C. Fremont, OF CALIFORNIA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, William L. Dayton, OF NEW JERSEY. Republican State Nominations. Republican State Nominations. FOR SUPREME JUDGE--SHORT TERM. OZIAS BOWEN, of Marion County. FOR SUPREME JUDGE--FULL TERM. JOSIAH SCOTT, of Butler. FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER. ANSON SMYTH, of Franklin. FOR MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. JOHN WADDELL, of Ross. FOR CONGRESS, FOR CONGRESS, WILLIAM R. SAPP, of Knox. FOR COMMON PLEAS JUDGE. M. WELKER, of Holmes. OUR NEXT PAPER Will be issued on Thursday Sept. 4th. After that it will be published regularly After that it will be published regularly every Thursday. REPUBLICAN MEETING. There will be a Republican Meetine at the Court House on Monday evening the 2olu. J.;R. Barcboft, EsqC. F. Yoa jjes, Esq., and others will speak. ' Turn out friends of Freedom I . ' TO THE PUBLIC. " In ...

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 August 1856

A Very Devil of a Fellow. y Th ' Ziveiyool cvrrespmdent of tie 'Boston Daily Advertiser gives tlie follow ing account of a new necrojnancer who lias been astonishing the French, and is Coming to Astonish tLa Londoners: - ' .- A . '"The London swells, ever like the peo ple of Athens, craving for some new ex citement; are esgcrty anticipating the visit of Signor Rigawni, a magnetizer of such txtraonlinw? powers, that the Italians call him the "Mtm DeviL" or the "Detilman," I forget exactly which, nor does it matter muctu "The Signor, from an extreme dis tance, or from another apartment, can, it v k said, strike senseless any one whom he selects as his patient or perhaps I should say, his victim. - He is the first whose power has been strong enough to stop the pulsation of the heart. At St. Cloud, in the presence of the Emperor and a large eircle of visiters, he performed, the other day, some, of his supnsinff experiments; He ' placed himself at the end of a long gallery ill the palace...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 21 August 1856

A RAILWAY POEM. fhe uHUsed,' to -hieh w iavits the attention of oar lessen, originally appeared In the Dahlia thmtnitg Nf IU amtimeat wffl be roapoodaa, Tail timn- ally, m bujcj, by thorn! who are capable oHie pUlowph kal katoa U imput.- THE RAILWAY. ft client gleo, the saaleai treuo Tonaderfngeoyhoodaear, -" . " And IimuiJ rtill ia nu; a tfrrOnf T'bej arc a longer hen; A bage red atoaad ef earth fe throws . ' Aeroai the giea as wM and tent,- ? . . .lae atnaaiaoeatdandeleaR i. . , "" -1 Aad lightning aaeed and thundering soanj ' - ha nearly e'er the aasightlj- aana JJw Sift aloat; for womj a aiile .''. Along that iron-war, r Ko rardaat baaka arhedgenrn mule In aamner'a glory gay; Tbroagh chasms that yawa a tlioajrh the earth Vm rent in aoaje strange wjouotaia-birth, " "i " Wbneedepthaexelodethedar, ,. "We'ra bona along at headlong pace, ' To win from time the wearying race!' The wayside hm, with hoatrlike air, No toager tempfej a gaest - , TotaatethenapretandiDgkea, - . ' Or seek it...

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 September 1856

, TL Irtiti bit pt r svm hi i J. Cas&h Ed10' ai Proprietor. . 1 . - Office-Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Terms --One Dollar; And Fifty Cents in idTance. TOK 1. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1856. -: ' : . NO. 2. Poetry. From the Ohio Repository. TOBACCO UNION. Com old and roung and hear me tell Row atrong tobacco emokere smell; Who lore to smoke their pipei ao woU Thai for tobacco they would tell j . Their right to aooi&l Union. Tber Jwmyf rend the atmosphere;, Ad yon may know when they are sear, Though not a word from them yon hew; t . Their breath grow utronger every year , . While in this smoking Union. i Thpy dean their pipe-etemi wtth a wire, -Then fill the bowl, and pat in fire, -And smoke tzB it does quite expire; Nor do they ever seem to tire In their laborious Union. . Sometimes from three to six you'll sea ' Collected in one eomqanr, ' And every fellow ia good glee; - ' They then most have a smoking spree- .:!:'" A veal ...

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 September 1856

REPUBLICAN. J. CASKET, Editor. THURSDAY, :: SEPTEMBER 4,' 1856. REPUBLICAN AOMIXATIOXS. Union for the sake of Freedom. -: FOR PRESIDENT John ft Fremont, OF CALIFORNIA. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, William L. Dayton, OF NW-JERSET. Republican State Nominations. FOR BtTRFVE JUDGE 6BOET TEEM, ' - OZIAS BOWEN, of Marion Connty, FOR BCPBKME JUDGE FULL TERM. , ' JCSIAH SCOTT, of Butler. FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, AXSON SMYTH, of Franklin. ' -FOR KEVBKK OF THX BOARD OF PUBLIC WOKES. . JOHX WADDELL. of Boas. ' FOR COXGRE8S, TTTLLIAM E. SAPP, of Knox. FOR COVMOS PLEAS UW.E, . M. WELKER, of Holmes. REPUBLICAN MEETINGS. There Till be a meeting of the friends of - Freedom, Free Territory and Fremont, at Nash ville, on Saturday, the 13th of September. Hon.. 'W. H. Tatlor, William Orr, and E. Pardee, Esqs are expected to be present and address the meeting. There Till also be a similar meeting at PARSON'S SCHOOX HOUSE in thlseoimry, on Friday evening, the 12th inst. Good speak ers will be present. 3" Attentio...

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 September 1856

Arrival of the Illinois. Important from California. The United States mail steamship Illi nois, C. S. Boggs, United S",e3 Xavv, commander, left Aspinwall Auijust 20th, at 4,40 P.M.; and arrived at Key West " on the 24 th at 3,40 P- M. ; took on board 300 tons coaL and !-'& at 830 A. on the 25th arrived at Quarantine at 7,45 -A.1L, on the 29th. " '' She brings the California mails of the 5th ins $li475,157 in treasurer on freight, .' nd 543 passengers. . ' [From Correspondent New York Times.] SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 5th, '56. At the date of my last, the case of Judge leny was considered the most important one under consideration of the V igilence Committee, although several prisoners of lesser note than the Judge were held in Fort .Vigiience. One of them, Philander Brace, it was geuerally supposed, would be executed for a double murder committed some two or three years since. Green was in prison until he should produce the Pue- -. bio titles, wrongfully held by him. Mc Gowan had not ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 4 September 1856

Poetry. THE MINISTERING ANGELS. BY FANNY FORRESTER. Kotbrv hai Xht bird tluU nettled -, Lovingly upon tiy breast, Abided up hi little pinion, And in darkaetB gone te rest f -C Ksj.th gave b dart and dreary, - But tb kt m b not there ; Bear'gt thou not its gentle vhuper. Floating on the ambient air ? . It fe near ftipe, gwtfe mother. Near tbw at the evening hoar; Its soft kiss is in the ephyr, It looks op from every flower. And, whea night's dark ebadow fleeting, - Low thou bendeet thee in prayer, , , And thy heart feels nearest heaven. Then thy angel babe ia there I XaideBv baa fhy noble brotfaerr On whose manly form thine eye ' - Lored full off in pride to linger, On wboee heart thou coultTst rely, Thoogh all other hearts deceived thee. All proved hollow, earth grew drear, Whose protection, ever o'er thee, Bid the from the cold world's sac Baa he left thee here to straggle, AH maided on thy way ? S ay, he still can guide and guard thee. Still thy filtering steps can stay ; Brill, w...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 11 September 1856

- - - - . J) Caslifj, Editor.; and; Prtpridoi., r - . t -: ' ' ' Office-Washington Street, ILird Door South of Jackson. - - . 7, Terms: ()nc Dollar sud Fifty Cents JjLAdTanee 5IILLE RSrBUIiG, HOLMES IcOUNTY; QIIIO, THURSDAY,, SEPTEMBER 11, 1856.- SO. 3. - :- , ' -..--V; Poetry. A SONG FOR THE BOYS. A SONG FOR THE BOYS. BY J. CHESTER. A SONG FOR THE BOYS. BY J. CHESTER. Tune—Uncle Sam's Farm. Cvfiv ifll ye li Iratia ef fiTMuonvand join as ta a soog; An j- sjfcQ Ui cUnrul tjHiIj rith luxrty voirei (AriHig, -For Fratbut fpwt8 tgiiii w ftlkitf to ertt? Ijlld. V The cralq' J1 aSrvu"t tlxf pcojde fbirtlug wild. "uoixi Wlrne""15iick -mai Breck are nctk and Baeh, f aan luyt . Art tufingst tlie Kanf load, tm, 1iaw, p.-o, wew'-oa, A cracking pair of ijorAptlmvK, ire't Uie world a ill fsbow, f' ' ' - r Tlu Itock Muant&ia lluufcr and the gallabt Jcrscj Llue. tot r- r,-- y!- rpom- and PHrjfxf orphan Iwr, the (rtrndii be ba3 were tf V S'i Jti. b" J 11a early learned to iusil alicad io juitllo...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 11 September 1856

REPUBLICAN. J. CASKEY, Editor. THURSDAY, : : SEPTEMBER 1 1, 1856. REPUBLICAN DOMINATIONS. ' . Union for the sake of Freedom. - FOR PRESIDENT, John C; Fremont, OF CAUFORJTIA. " FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, William L. Dayton, OF NEW-JERSET. Republican State Nominations. PO BUFKEMK JUDGE HOBT TOUT, OZIAS BOWEN, of Marion County. ' FOS SrPUEMI JCDCK rtVf, TERM. JOSIAH SCOTT, of Butler. FOR SCHOOL OOMHiePtOSER, ANSON SMYTH, of Fianklin. rOM. MXMBKK or THE BOA B OW PUBLIC WORKS. JOHN WADDELL, of Jtoss. FOB OOHGSNS, v WILLIAM R. SAPP, of Knox. FOB COMMON PLEAS JUDGE, M. WELKER, of Holines. REPUBLICAN MEETINGS. There will be a meeting of the friends of Freedom, Free Territory and Fremont, at Nash ville on Saturday, the 13th of September. Hon. W. H. Tatlos, William Ore, and E. Pakdkk, Esqa, are expected to be present and address the meeting; There will also be a similar meeting at PARSON'S SCHOOL HOUSE in this county, on Friday evening, the 12th inst. Good speak ers will be present. MEETING AT HOLMES...

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 September 1856

Democracy never Changes. One of the favorite boasts of the Slavery Extension Democracy is, that their pmrly never change; la other words, they claim to through the world learincr K.l,iml them cleau and a consistent record. A tet of 8uctl preposterous alaim ia relatioa to one of the ac knowledged loaders of the Democracy of this county, read the speech of Mr. XjKadbxttek, made before the Americaa Colonization Society of this place i JisSJ, here yon hear his senti ments elnrly rpressed upon the enormity of the crime of Slavery. ' But in the year 1S56 chsage came over the 'spirit of his dream, and ia speech made in the Court House' Lc read from the Bible to prove that slavery was right He said if the Bible proved slavery right, he couldn't help it. the book was made long before he was born. Doubtless the some book was ex tant at the time be made his speech in 1828. and it is strange thatthe thought did not then occur to hira that slavery was right, r.d all ef forts to abuli-i it was wr...

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. — 11 September 1856

Poetry. EARLY BED AND EARLY TO RISE. BY ELIEA COOK. EarI j to bed, and riy to rifle," " , Ay, note it with car down la yoar brain, : For It belpeth to make foolish vise, - . And uproot the weeds of pais. - ' " Te wh are walking oa the thrones of carcv Why sigh for a ofter bowerr , tr . Try what cam be done la tbtt morning sun, v Anlioaktaae of the early hoar. " " " tteUjringiti Wort till tb-triorfow; " ' odnates of sloth have oftvn eost " , LoDg jwars of bootless sorrow. And ye who would win the lasting wealth Of content and peaceful poww, Te who would couple Labor aad Health, ' ' 1 1 Host begin at an early hour. We make bold promises to Time ' ' ' ' ; Yet, alas! too often break them; We mock at the wings of the Kings of Kings And think we can overtake them. . , . But why loiter away the prime of the day, . - Knowing that clouds may lower? ! 2s rt not safer toaake life's hay - In the beam of the early hour? : . Mature herself ever shows her best . :f - -Of gems to the gase of the la...

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. — 18 September 1856

1111 III , , . Ill . ill 1 -1 1 1 Ik i M IP Jill'. Ij'JI J : - V..' . f -W 111 W V '-W'liJ'rr' i'" .. : " ' ' i j, .',.c -ii lsT--v- ' '' v i !!:. -J !.,-. .! v.v-'n't t-.- ill sr. 'ft' Terms: One Dollar and Fifty "Cents in Advance. Oilice-AYasliinjton Street, Third Door ouh of Jackson. MTLLEllSBUKG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1856. 'v;NOr4. . v ... a 9 Poetry. From the New York Evening Post. BROOK'S CANADA SONG. ' To CMd Brooks to go, . ; ; i ; ; j . To watte of powder ft aoood or eo; . , ,f," , , . ' ' tie ujrlied ai b answered, Ko BO, BO, , ,; ,M. They aright Ukc my lift oa the way-joa know, ' '! ! ". ( I r1 iT.'.m .i, ; jrorI am airai.afraiq afraid 7A Hi Kt ...J-!. .'-; .(..gaUyBwofcalvitehk' i 'VYhwe JerWralim&rctn'i . ! '' : ; " 1 Tts a iogro -thing In th trl to rlilo. 'j' ' :ukbatantaofrnit knife ay hb dde, : ' :u . Taoy cat jdj taxaat, mo tad art it wide; V " . Bully Brooki h aftsid.. iv TlmaieanatabiiiitiBg KaVTork Bay,-, , ,. To agardcr tranfeyiiat fm...

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. — 18 September 1856

REPUBLICAN. . J. CASKEYj Editor.-. THURSDAY, : : SEPTEMBER 18, 1850. BEPrBLICAJJ XOMINATIOXS. Unien for the sake of Freedom. FOR PRESIDENT, .John C. Fremont, OF CALIFOKXIA. t FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, William L. Dayton, '; of jtew-jersey; - : ; : ; Republican State Nominations. FOE STPKEKI JCDGt SHORT TERM. OZIAS BOWES, of Marion County. ' re ecpREin jinr.E ni tebm. - JOS1AH SCOTT, of Butler. ! . ' TOM. BCHOOL OOMUlaqnKEC. ANSON SMYTH, of Franklia. , Ml XEVBEB Or THE BOAKD OT PTBUC VOCES. JOHN WADDELL, of lioss. ' OB COHGKES6, . VOLLIAM E, SAPP, of Knox. '. . FOE OOlntfl!f PLEAS JVDGE, ' SI. WELKEE, of Holmes. ' T TJ R n OUT! Friends. of Freedom! There is to be an ingathering of the friends of Free Territoiy and . Jbreefepeechat : BIXDOIITTELD, SEFH 29TIL S. JJ. Wood, late of Kansas Mai McFapjsd, C. F. Vooeiiks, J. R i Barcroft, and others, will be there to address them.' Let there be a good turn oat -.: ; '-, . : . The Mass Convention in Millersburg The Mass Convention in Millersburg on ...

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. — 18 September 1856

Affairs in Kansas. From the Missouri Democrat. FROM KANSAS. FROM KANSAS. MOST IMPORTANT REVELATIONS! STATEMENT OF J. A. DAVIS. About sereo hundred men, composed of ' Cteorjrians. South Carolinians, Missounans, ...,i have been raintrino- with ; in six m38 f f Leavenworth. Ob Safcirdw and- Sunday, 30th and 31st nic, they all came into the city to rote at . toe municipal election, and to prevent the tree Slate men from voting. There was STeat excitement in tliA ritw all Hovr Sotnr. day and Saturday night by the firing of . guns, ana snooting by tne mob incessant ly- ; lney would .enter the groceries and imperatively demand liquor from those 'who kent them. No F fAA Ktsiti man dared show his head in the streets, but were making their way out of the city as well as they could, into the bushes, or any where they could secrete themselves, wives and children. Many of the Free State men left their wives and children behind -them in the city, hoping they would re ceive no harm from the hands ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 18 September 1856

Poetry. I WOULD NOT DIE AT ALL. woW t dia to Spring Wme, 3 -When worms begin to crawl, WlMafa4UuuB are shooting Bp, f -, ind imp bt t sauaii; : . . , : V A TUtaCT tbg?rlarfaU rf chum, J -. fYnealaoibsaiia' ) is UnkprimfJ - f I wnnidiiotdie hi Summer, ''-" ' ."V .-l t "When torn are W with-fcuit, '4, and emraportamaahaa agon; " ; . IMllU birdtolot; . The girt then woartliellotner,dres, ' And half dstrect th m . , - i RkUttUimtonalltoiir; " ' '' ' ..'i would not parish then. . ' ' ' : I wtwld not die In Autumn, ' When new mown hay rat-lla weet, ;J -l? And Utile pn w rooting round ' ' '. ' Fsraomethiof nice ta eat 7 -J !.. Hainan the bmbnu'i wit hallo i :--' la heard along the glw, ---'-And Oratan gm H fatten np; - ;: I I would not perish then. ' . - ..." . ..! ..-; r. ; ! ' . f : ; I wottldoot dietn-Winter, . . ; For. on might treew to death, 1 ' ' When fatairijering breesea sweep around, ' And takeaway one! broath; " 1 " When sieigMelh jingle, horeea snort, And bnck-wheat cakes are f...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 25 September 1856

J, Casfeejj Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Terms :-0ne Dollar and Fitly Cents in Advance. vol. 1. MILLERSBUEG, IIOLMES COUNTY, OniO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1856. NO. 5. Poetry. FROM THE GERMAN. . Bleep, gentle spirit, I woold win Mj way unto the aUeiit placa Wbeze thou hast ruk, . And look upon thj vrilrd bee. Around tbe portbes of thy throne ' Tb hostel spectral shadows stand With folded wings, Awaiting what toon, ahalt command. Btnunje thane and eonntleat aa the Man ! Some meek-eyed yoang and angel bright, Some pale and wan, Some darker than the dreary night. Fair hand, uphold a wreath of flower, Cold hand, entwine the weed and thorn, Bright Thdone smile And lonely phantom, erer monm. These, as they will ov pillow haunts. The fairer cheat u with their grace, The darker forms - The paths oi life retrace. I fain wonld dose the ebon door By which these risions outward fly ; And nevermore Discern the with the inward eye. Tt will they thr...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 25 September 1856

REPUBLICAN. J. CASKEYy Editor. THURSDAY, : : SEPTEMBER 25, 1856. REPUBLICAN1 NOMINATIONS. Union for the sake of Freedom. FOR PRESIDENT, John C. Fremont, OF CALIFORNIA. FOR -VICE-PRESIDENT, William L. Dayton, OF NEW-JERSEY. Republican State Nominations. K BCPBFJtK ' JPDGE SHORT TERM, OZIAS BOWElf, of Marion County. worn screen jtdge rtxt term. JOSIAH SCOTT, of Butler. Wm SCHOOL OOMUIRStOXEK, ANSON SMYTH, of Franklin. ton xmn or thk board or ptblic works. JOHN WADDELL, of Ross. . roK congress, WILLIAM ft. SAPP, of Knox. tot cosmos? pleas tdge, M. WELKEJi, of Holmes. TURN OUT! Friends of Freedom! There is to be an ingathering of the friends of Free Territory and Iree Speech at BLOOMFIELD, SEPT. 29TIL S. N. "Wbon, late of Kansas, Mai McFarland, C. F. Voorhes, J. R Barcroft, and others, will be there to address them. Let there be a good turn out ONE, COME ALL. Mr. Galet, of Fredericksburg, an able and efficient laborer in Freedom's cause will address the citizens of Millersburgh and vici...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 25 September 1856

From the New York Tribune. From the New York Tribune. [...]--The Falsehood [...] Refuted. .'Aest, well-nicaning persons write fich nd such absurd libels on Col. . strriiwiktinp fa tbeir locabtj, JaU they want documents wherewith jt refute them, we cannot holp answering that they take hold of the business exactly at the wrong end. What they have really to do is to wake their neighbors scquaintr d with the true character of CoL Fremont, - ggrev, his services, and the estimation jj, wliich he has ever been held by the wise and good who intimately know him; and this will preclude all necessity for paying attention to the petty -larceny slanders with which his baser adversaries seek to blacken his reputation. Only let the People see and know him as he is, and the vipers will find themselves biting a little the sharpest file that ever jaws were worn upon. - Let us illustrate the character of these libels by a few ready illustrations: The conquest of California from Mexico was effected by ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 25 September 1856

Poetry. From the Brother THE MENS' RIGHTS CONVENTION. One day fa the. winter, while feeding my cattle, I heard a itrange sound, portentous of battle ; I etxsightway- repaired to the Mene of alarm And there saw collected the hem of the him, They were gathered around, in conference strong, Etch anxious to speak ofsosnething twa ttout ; Of wrongs that were suffered, by young and by old, And etch in succession their narrative told. A stately old Shanghai first mounted the stand ; She looked like a hen-roine born to command ; She spoke of hens rights with voluble tongue, whBe shoaU of applause through the audience rung. 8he says, "My dear sisters, our fete seemeth hard ; We're trod under loot by the cocks of the yard ; "Tis plain to be seen, tis a very dear ease, That we're now a neglected and down-trodden race.' Next spoke an old biddy, of Cbittagong Wood, VTho looked as though born ere the days of the flood ; With feathers erect, and fire in her eye, She says, "For hens rights I'll lab...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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