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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 12 September 1861

3i I V-- LilLjj! ' COttlltD ttrpbliran. 10 units jr.;4Slffifj;fiforaid'Proprieor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door Soutk of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty feats in Advance. VOB. 6. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1861. W. . . . DBS.' BOlilXC & BICHAMj PfiySICIiKS & SBEGEOKS, MILLERSBURG, O., CFOJSce ti the room iormerlr occupied b Dr.Irvine. 1 Uarth2S,tn. DR. EBUIGUT, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, MIliLEltSUUKG, O. OaB.-u udu.uS'r. a. j... on-u-It Ike li-i rir:- Uj.i j-it sidenco on Clay Si reel, oppnsi!- I rVesbvlerii.i. Church. J. I. A!!t.tr, DENTIS T Ar.i.... . .. ..... hiri di.ii Gul Silrer. Vulcanite s -1. .,,,;.. I,-.,, H Teeth Extracted. 'Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warran ted. 3ffice'a few doors west of Weston's Saloon. Ucr.2S,1860.-jL-. BEXJATUIA' COHZV, PKALZC IX Of livery Description, COR. OF JACKSON & WASIIIGTONSTS. JHLLEnsncnc, o. VliAlX & FASTCV OF .ALL LIXDS, NEATLY EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE. CAS KEY- fc I.-VGJTiEg, DEAL...

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. — 12 September 1861

J. CASKEY, - - - - -Editor. THURSDAY,::::::::;:SEPT. 12, 180lT THE UNION STATE TICKET. DAVID TOI of Mahoning. XlECTEfAST Cf.TEEXMEXT. - BE3VT. STANTON, -of'Logan. THEASCI1EB, G. YOIjIVEY DORSEY, of Miami. JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT, JOSIAH SCOTT, ot Butler. COMTTEOLLEtt OF TREASURER, JOSEPH H. KILiEY. of Franklin. 'SECRETAET OF STATE, BEN J". R. COWAN, of Belmont. BOARD 'OF rCBtIO WOEES. " JOHN TOR KENCE, of Hamilton. Postponed. In conscqnencc of the inability of .Dave Tod being present at the meeting advertised for him, to be held, in Millersbnrg, on Saturday next, the 14th inst., it has been postponed to such time as he cxn positively be with us. Due notice will be given. The Convention for the nomination of a "Union County Ticket" -will, however, assem ble oi Saturday, as previously announced. AVe hope to see a full delegation. The political skies never looked bo bright in Holmes county as now keep the ball rolling. There will be good speaking at the Delegate meeting to which all tha...

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. — 12 September 1861

Lay on, McDuff. tBlrike till the last armed foe expires." ' Commodore Slringham :hi made a successful "pitch in" lo tbo old pilch and Ur 'State, and we hope Commodore String lam will stringum. Fremont strikes like o'very' Vulcan on the anvil where chains are forged for traitors, and forthwith rings forth an Ai-vil chorus, cheering to the masses, caught up by the presses and passed over to the national echoes, and "hope leaps up to seize its beechen spear." The World well says: The autumn campaign is opening aus picipusly; there are signs of vigorous and decisive, movements on every hand. It has teen inaugurated by a brilliant victo--rv for the. Union arms. The expedition which-sailed from Fortress Monroe a few days ago, under command of Commodore Stringham and Gen. Butler, has succeeded after a serious engagement, in obtaining possession of the forts in Halteras Iulet, near Cape Halteras, North Carolina, and in capturing over seven hundred prisoners, forty-five of whpni are officers...

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. — 12 September 1861

A Read-Coat in disguise. -t b coDTirfarpartjjiti-which Mr. Web ster and saveral.distinguished lawyers were present, tba conversation happening to turn on the legal profession Mr. Webster related. .he following story: "When I was a young practitioner," said Mr. Wekter, "there was but one man at the New Hampshire bar of whom I was afraid, and that was old Barnaby. There were but few men who dared enter the lists with him. On one occasion Barnaby was employed to defend a suit for a piece of land, brought by a little crabbed, cunning lawyer, named Bruce. Brace's case was looked upon as good as lost, when it was Ascertained that Barnaby was retained against -bim. The suit came on for trial, and Barnaby found that Bruce has worked hard, and left no stone unturned to gain ihe victory. The testimony for the plain tiff was very strong, and unless it could ba impeached, the case of the defendant was lost. "The principal witness introduced by the plaintiff wore a red coat. In summing up the ev...

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. — 19 September 1861

10 Mt r; t v:: . -. . .-' -a-Hi'J .: ili ik ; r.f. ,ftp, . J. CASKEY, Etitcr ui Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door Soatli of Jackson. TERMS -One Dollar aid Fifty Celts in Advascc. VOL.6. MTLLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1861. NO. 5. 01111 DRS. KOIiIXG & BIGHAM , PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, MILLEBSBURG.O., t3P"01Hce In' the room formerly octuple br Dr.Irrine Jlirch 2S,EC1. DR. EBKICHT, PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON, MILIiERSgBURG, O. Office on Jackson Street, n curly opposite the Kmplrc Honae. r"Residence on Clay Street, opposite the Presbyterian Church. jr. p. aIjBan, Dentist, MTLLSBSBTTBG, O- Artificial teeth in serted on Gold. Silver. Vulcanite t s Porcelain base. Teeth Extracted 'Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warran ted. Office a few doors west of Weston's Saloon Ncv.28,1860.-yl. BJBAJAMLV COHiV, DEALER y or K-rrry Description, COR. OF JACKSON & "WASHIGTONSTS. ' MIXXEkSBCItC, 6. ! PJbAIN &. FANCY Or ALL USDS, SE1TLT EXECUTED AT THIS OFFI...

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. — 19 September 1861

THE REPUBLICAN. J. CASKEY, Editor. THURSDAY,::::::::::SEPT.19, 1801. THE UNION STATE TICKET. EOSGOVDIXB . DAVID TOD, of Mahoning. uectesa-T govxbsob, BENT. STAWTOW, of Igan. TREASURES, G. VOliiVEY DOKSEY, of Miami. jXJDGE OF SUPBEME COUET, JOSIAH SCOTT, ol Builer. COIIPTEOLLER, OF TREASCEEK, JOSEPH H.JttlliEY. of Franklin. BECEETAET OF STATE, BEIVJ. K. CO WAN, of Belmont. BOARD Or rDBLtO "WORES. JOHN TORKENCE, of Hamilton. FOE COMMOX PLEAS JUDGE, JOSIAH GIVEN, of Coshocton. UNION COUNTY TICKET. 'Representative URIAH NEWCOMER Auditor CHARLES S. CLINE. Treasurer A. J. EVERLY. Sheriff AARON WAITS. Recorder E. Y. DOBBS. Commissioner JOHN P. LOVE. ggf-"YnOEYEE. ja sot rUETABED TO SACRIFICE rABTTOEoXsiZATlOSS ASD PLATFOEUS OH THE, AL TAR OF HIS COOTBT DOES HOT DESERVE" THE SCF--POET AXD COU.VTEXAXCE OF II0XE3T TEOPLE." ' When vx shall. have a country and a. Government for our children to live in peace and happinett.it iteiU be time for each of vs to return to our party banners according t...

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. — 19 September 1861

Good for "Jefferson in the County of Ashtabula." rTlie Cleveland' Leader the otter day contained the followmir paragraph : "The township of Boston, in Summit 'comity, has famished the army-with one fifth of its entire population. If. any other township can beat mat, we snail .be pleas ed 1o announce it. The Ashtabula Sentinel copies this and adds: "Please announce Mr. Leader, that Jef ferson, in the county of Ashtabula, with less than three hundred voters, has now in the tented field seventy-three men, being one-fourth of its voting population. Ashtabula, the banner county of the Re serve, is alwav behind. Massie township, in Warren county, has raised and put into the' field eighty-eight men, out of a little over two uucurea voters, ana is now en gaged in organizing a cavalry company out of what is left. Tne townships in Asnta- bula must put in the field more than one out of every .five voters, or four cither, be fore she attempts to cut a sua over oilier people. Lebanon Star. NEW Y...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 19 September 1861

A Letter From a Patriotic Democrat. ocrai. Tho following letter from Gen. Butler conveys a very valuable lesson to those Democrat? ofOhio -yiho, in this crisis place1 ibefr partyabove-their country. " The letter is as follows: U. S. STEAM FRIGATE MINNESOTA, Off Cape Hatteras, Aug 27, 1861. -Mt'Dxab Friend: I have received your noteTjaS well as those of many others pf fiyHrue friends, in Massalhusetts, asking my opinion about political questions and some kindly suggesting my name as a candidate for Governor, al the ensuing dec- tioBT" I reply to you as representing luem alt, because our intimacy will permit more frankness, .than would seem meet toward thSseless closely connected. as I have stated to you. and as 1 have publicly repeated, when I left home, I Jeft all' politics, is a parly sense of the term, behind me, and I know no politics in any sense, save as represented by the question How best to preserve tho Union and re store vua country in its integrity, a. cato is -desirable, ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 26 September 1861

tirpnb Hot 3. CASiEY, Eiitr u4 Frfrieter. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents i Advance. MILLERSPURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1861. NO. 6. THE TORY SPY. A Story of the Revolution. BY MRS. S. E. DAWES. It was a busy day in ihe old brown farm- boose of John Bmili r. nr clurioc April mora luir. in I hat meroonble year, in which the first blood of the Americas Kevolulion was spilt. TJie new of the battle of .Lxii.eioH uaa reached tlie (uwn of K , Ibe evening before, hntl siirred every patriot heart then- lo its very dejuliK. Three stalwart sons of Mr. Hunter, James, Kalban. and George, had decided Ki lake tin nrtirt in defence of their down-trodden coun try.;' The i three young mru fired with yuutblul nruin Vi re bns'iy employed in cleaning their guns, and getting logetlr what ammunition Ibey possessed. Mm. Hunierand bcrdaigbltr fKMli. llie Curst maiden in nil A. Willi tearful eyes, yet brave heart, were engaged in...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 26 September 1861

jCASKEY? - - - - Editor. TIIURSPAY,::::::::"SEPT. 29, 180 1. THE UNION STATE TICKET. 1 EOE COVEKX02, ATI D TOW, of Mahoning. ' LIF.CTO'AXT GOVIBXOR. BENT. STANTOXj or Logan. TEEASCKEE, G. VOIuVEY UOUSEY, of Miami. JUDGE OF SCPBEME COl'ET, JOSIAII SCOTT, of Butler. COMPTROLLER OF TEEASCREE, JOSEPH IX. RIIiEW of Franklin. SECEETAEY OF STATE, BEX J. K. CO XV AIY, of Belmont. BOAED OF TCBLIO WOEKS. JOHN TOBRENCE, of Hamilton. FOE COJIMOX PLEAS JUDGE, JOSIAII .GIVES, of Coshocton. FOE SrXATOB, DAVIS MIIiES, of Morrow. UNION COUNTY TICKET. Representative URIAH NEWCOMER Auditor CHARLES S. CLINE. Treasurer A. J. EVERLY. Sheriff AARON WAITS. Recorder E. Y. DOBBS. Commissioner JOHN F. LOVE. gp""Wn0EVEE 13 NOT TEETAEED TO SACEIF1CE TAETT OEGAXIZATIOSS AXD l'LATFOEMS OX THE AL TAE OF HIS COUXTBT DOES XOT DESEEVE TJIE SIT rOET AXD COUNTENANCE OF HONEST TEOrLE." Wum kc tltaU have a country and a Government for owr chudren to live in peace and happiness, it tcill be time for each of us to return t...

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. — 26 September 1861

Spirit of the New York Press. BRIGHAM YOUNG AND JEFF, DAVIS. -We ;liavo .already :: announced- that.'Brig- . ' ,- ... i i--r t-r nam xoung cfiaa-iaisen-copousiy-TJt . I)ar-:poHti"cataanncea Secession. -fPef- in iQ -Tp iff. will re'lnrn lu'a comDliuienELbv adppting ppiygaraj. jjjut nponabat 'point no- more. tine tigress pajsproperitrib nte tothe movement f'ljrigbain Young, in tbe follownggopUumorjsdjariicle; . TJrJguam Young; "Las issueil"'a -Declara ,tion ofilndepeudeDCo. r TLa.Monnons.arc jndi'ffnant atUhe'disIike expressed Tor tL'ei jracticcs.bj ttcir PrcthV'inHKcrantjIor rnon Slates: luey are afraid of the pro- ogress of :anti-Mormon .principjes,. and. lime -determined to throw on a-jtakeof irbarba pusWyrannv.r"J!A.II 'ther'aslMs fo be Itjt jUq&eT They claim ih.fualienabje pghi . fit every jJeraocracy, 4o, -choose jls -own government, and by tbe same rule by which America shook" off her allegiance', to 'Great Brlltain, they disdaHifuIIj? absolve - iltiemselves irom an leaiiy ...

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. — 26 September 1861

Practical Men-Peace Men. The New York Evening Post is severe upon the pence roeu. Alter snowing me only terms upon winch jeace would, at present, be necepted lj Mo rebels a uase surrender cf Hie Uuion it says ; But let us suppose lueir wishes granteci The Government, iuspired by these prnclt cal men, sends a delegation to the" Camp f Jefferson Davis to sue for peace. Tlio insurgent clilef beholds in tlio person of Ibesecoramissioneisineiny iiiimuusui eu nla Ivinn- at bis feet- Ha baa beaten tk in oue insignificant battle; be bas ruined him self to raise au imposing nrtny imposing in .more senses than one: and with open ot secret enemies in every State from which he Las diawn recruits, wMi lue seeds ot elisor canizaiion ;n uis own councils, wim no means either to conciliate his politicians or feed and clothe bis army, be beholds him self master, after a campaign which it is a mockery to call so, of a people which lias long-boasted itself the richest, the freest, the .most intelligent...

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. — 3 October 1861

1 10 Imt s onnta toiblifou,1 jf . CASfcEY , Eiiter ui Proprietor. OFFMS Waskigtwi Street, Tkird Deer S.th ef Jackson. TERMS One Dollar ail Fifty Celts lit Aftasee OL.6. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1861. NQ,7. fc PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, MILIiERSBUKG, O., ZSPOBt la the room f onnrjr oeenpUd bj Dr. Irvine Mirth 28,80. BB. C. W. BCVINGEK, Physician and Singeon, MxoirjBrro"WK, o. JPrqfestional call promptly atltended to. Sept 12,1861. BR. EBBIGHT, PHTSICIAir ft SURGEON, MILLERSBURG, O. Jtn am Jswkswn Street, aearir Fltc the Easplre Hoase. fJPBesidence on Clay Street, opposite the rrestjy tenan unurcn. JT. P. AIBAN, DENTIST MTLLEBSBXJHQ, O. Artificial teeth in serted oa Gold. 8ilriT. Vulcanite k rPorcelain base. Teeth Extracted. 'Cleaned or filled.- Satisfaction warran ted. Office few doors west of Weston's Saloon. Nor.a8.1860.-yl. "KM VI T V . UYV wAwwmr DULXK IX raoT-xAsi est Of Every Dcerlptl, COS. OF JACKSON & WASHIGT0NST8.. BoxiJBRSBiraG, e. r GASKEY...

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. — 3 October 1861

3. CASKEY, - - Editbr. THURSDAY, :::ihjj9C386 THE UNION STATE TICKET. " UECTEXAXT COVZEXOIU JJEff J- SXAWTOS, -of Logan. TEEASCEEE, ' GVOI'EV DOBSEY, of Miami, iiiiiim IIIIWII III fill BFMF rnilUTi L "jrO'SI'A'H SCOTT, ot Butler. . C03TFTB0U.EB OF TBEiSCBT. .JOSEPH H. RIIiEY. of Franklin. '.iJt;'J SECEETAUT OT.W-W - 4. ' SENJl B-.-COWAN, of-Belmont: JHJP'TOKREWCEofZHarajllon. WDi)Si;OW T-T' 'l ., I. -,4,JK comvox pleas judge,-. JSAPIAlHiPIVENjjOf Coshocton. iffOW Iirs- , FOB BESATOB, PAOS,JtIliES of -Morrow-.; UNION COUNTY TICKET. T &piiaiteURIAH NEWCOMER jludtwrUrlAKLiiiS a. uuLwr.. '-Treasurer A. Jl EVERLY. Skeriff AARON WAITS. t-Heeorder-E.- Y. DOBBS: oa&qftfimcrBN F. LOVE; WHOEVER IB JfOT PEETAEED 10 KACEIFICE PAETY" OEG AUTZATIOXS AXD FLATTOEMS ON THE AL TAI or.Sas oocmrMEa xotdeseete.tue bup tbitt?i!fDixujTErAKCsorncSE8t.pE0PLE."' CWTUnWiAniatfeoufuyy and 10 Government Foif'eTiVenUHvom'peace and: happiness, it mil be time for each of -in to return to out party 1 'banne...

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. — 3 October 1861

PREMIUM LIST PREMIUM LIST —OF THE— Holmes County Agricultural Society! Holmes County Agricultural Society! —TO BE— Holmes County Agricultural Society! —TO BE— Held at Millersburg, Oct, 9, 10, & 11, 1861. The following: is m list of premiums .fcr the 11th Annnal Fair of the Holmes County Agri fcnltural Soeietyrto be held at Millersburg. on WcdabwIy;Thansday and Friday Oct. 9th 10th, and H th, 1861. . CLASS A—FARM AND DRAFT HORSES. Best Bion Xj ears old and over, A3 00 1'50 "2 00 1 00 1 00 so .a Best 2d. Best 3 2 2J " Best-' l 'Sd. - Best 'mare colt; "2d.' ' " -r so '-50 as . 1 50 1 00 2 00 100 Best'Peldiog-'feart old and BtsOnift mare ' r-' 2 00 V0Q 2 00 1 00 2-00 2d , , Best pair draft horses 2d - -; Besfpair dfaftmarps " Committee W 100 CLASS B—ROADSTERS. Sect pair njatchjnaics and geldings y ears - oiaana over -, .--.2d n Beat mare or gelding for dririog .iw;"." r ' - ; tBeaimare or geldingJur.'aaddlo -2d " . , Commiltee. 2:00 "I.00 2.00 1LQ0. 200 1 00 CLASS C—FILLIES. Best ma...

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. — 3 October 1861

[From the Boston Traveler, 16th] Affairs in New Orleans. A MassachnMtta man who has long bees in basiness in New Orleans, occnpr feur knmiioent position there, reached iishomeift this State on Saturday eve BiBg, having left New Orleans the previous . He had been firrofehed eredentials br ibe Mayor, which carried him safely past' the rebel hosts lying between that city and the free States of the North. Jhe gentleman speaks confidently, from personal knowledge, of large numbers, es pecialrj among the basic ess men, of Un iob sestimeQts, who are impatiently wait iaethaday when a Northers expedition will reach and captors the pott. That sacb an expedition will be sent oat is the gaseral beuef in New;Or)eaas, mad it is al so' predic tad that tits city will be captured wiaioat any Tery serere fighting, as it is oteapabk of asy Tery strong defease. Tke mdUobmb ale expressed the opinion sWNew Orleaas woald sot hare toted fat I sssniasi Jutdaat-n eoGaidemble eam-barf-.veisrs besa imported fr...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 October 1861

tifpb lif ait i ' r M - ' - J. CASKEY, Editor aid Preprieter. OFFICE WashiaoH Street, Tkird Boor SeiUi of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Idrance VOL.6. MILLERSBURGi HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1861. DBS.'BOIillVG in BIGHAM, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, MILlLERSBURG, O., EjrOffiee in the room fonnerlj- occupied by Dr.Irrine March 28.6CI. DB. C. W. BUVUVGEB, Physician and Surgeon, MIDDIiETOWN. O. Professional call promptly atttended to. Sept 12, 1S61. DR. EBKIGHT, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, MILLEESBUBG, O. OlBce on Jackson Street, nearly apposite the Cm p Ire Ilonse. Residence on Clay Street, opposite the Presbyterian Uhurch. JT. P. AliBAN, BEN T.I S T MIX,X,OBItSBTTIlGr, O. A rtificial teeth in sertcd on Gold. SiltVr. Vulcanite t Porcelain base. Teeth Exlracled. Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warran- . ted. Office a few doors west of Wosion's Saloon. Nor.5J8.1860.-yl. BENJAMIN COIIN, cum ix &3A5)Y - SL03 Of Every Description, COR. OF JACKSON & WJSIUO...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 October 1861

J. CA8KEY? Eiter. THUBSDAY,:::;:t:::i; OCT. 10, 1861. NO PAPER. Will be issued from this office next week Should there be any news of importance received, an Extra containing it. will be pub lished and sent to each of the sub scribers. Result in Holmes County. This country, as usual, has covered her self with the broad mantle of Democracy. The townshipss are not all heard from offi cially, but enough to make it certain- that the "Union" movement didn't amount to any great scratch outside of Hardy town ship. The majority for Jkwitt -will be a about 900, Sample's not quite so large. If anybody imagines that we are feeling particularly bad over this result, we wisb r r - iliam iliAf wa mV rtpranca it M 1U1UIU1 vi " hasn't come unexpected. For three weeks past we have seen it coming and prepared ourselves for it. Holmes county ought to set up for herself, secede, demand a premium or do something- else that des perate. ZSTCoshocton county elects the whole Union ticket. Good for Coshocton...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 October 1861

Correspondence of the New York Tribune. A Friendly Interview with the Rebels. WASHINGTON, Sept. 25, 1861. I have just learned the particulars of to interviews, whica wok piace .on csun day last, between some members of Uol, Haves' 6th Pennsylvania regiment and. the Virginia 43d (rebel), stationed on op posite banks ot tne Jfotomac at tireat Falls. The river is.bere not more than a hundred yards wide, and the pickets. on both sides have occasional ly hailed each other. On' Sunday the rebels invited some of our .men across, staling that if tney would leave tbeir arms behind tnejn. tney woald recieve hospitable treatment pa oe aiiowea 10 return. ' One of the Pennsylvania boys Stripped. plunged in and swam over. He was help ed up lh rocks by a Virginia Captain, wha gave bin bis overcoat to wear, and pro posed that he should take a drink of wnis kr. "If I drink!" said the soldier, "it must be to 'Our country.' " "Very good," said the rebel officer, "I will join you; hero a to our country...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 October 1861

The New Territories. The land Office has been employed for some time lawmaking surveys of the now;Territorie37and from" its records we extract the following interesting inform ation: "Dakota the largest of three Territories comprise parts of what was Minnesota and Nebraska, and contains an area of 326, 902 square miles, extending from great Bed Biver of the North on the cast, to the Bocky Mountains on tho west, and extended over from 97 to 114 deg. west. Its northern boundary is the line of the British possessions 49 deg. north, and its southern limit Nebraska Territory, 43 deg north. The Indian title to the south eastern portion was extinguished by treaty with the Yankton Dakota Indians, in 1858. Colorado the next in size, which comprises parts of Kansas, New Mexico and Utah, contains 04.509 square miles, extending from 37 to 41 deg. north lati tude, snd from 103 to 109 deff. west lon gitude. The soil is in many parts of great fertility, and the btate has been called by Gov. Gilpin...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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