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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 2 January 1862

Ha Mrs J.JCiSXEKrEiitr-aii4?Prdnriclor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS Ohc Dollar aad Fifty Celts ! Mvaiee VOL. 6. 3nELE-RSBtJRG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUAEYlS, 1862. NO. 20. PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, '"ilL.LERSB.URG, O., f3"0flice iii the room formerie oecuj.ied Dr.lrrine Msiili 2E,W. S.TC. CKAWFOKO, .11. 1. Physician and Snrgeon, 0c on Main st, fonnetlj- pctoj M bt Dnrtor E'Tigljt MlX.X1EmSI3tJK&, OHIO. IB. CV W.. BUVIA'CEK, (rsicM.n and Surgeon, 3nDDrjn:ow.v, o. Professional calls promjillg vtltended to J E. -ATKINSON T EADV. WII.I.ISK AS: WAIT INK t rer- Xvf'-"'" 1 rnt.wn5 lu l.i l.ne Uk ueatnes. iiiiJ in is-ert t l. Olre ortr MclTniie'a Cmpcrlrin. Od!"-w24, 1851 Bli.tr J. I. ALKA.V, DENTIST, A rlifirial teeth m- Jl. wrti-d 1:11 I'nld ,SiIrT. Vulcanite t "I'om-lain lwse. Teeth Kxlracled, 'Cleaned r tilled. Satisfaction irarrnu toil. Oflicea fete doors west of Weston's Saloon. Ncv.23.ieG0.yi. UE.J A .11 IN C a I S N , 1IEALKK IX OrKmj...

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 January 1862

J. CASKEY, -THURSDAY, :::i?:JiijilS". The Release of Mason and Slidell. Simon- aad-TgiieItliT-e-le;n- ficlirctcd up ject to the or-crof lord Lyon, who is requested toijaifrTnsTnsS arlWfiere and -when t he-r bfelirQdJj hira. Probably tbe English Minister fill Remand .that they be kmled in rfSfePBii 6one"bHftb;t? JbVr-willaonbt- es be rcceiy gieat rt-joic- id'rpif eOfonjrck b ovcr'their 'jfc-ftq oemnln'dwlfflhtetTifawnarjn large fna-. Jority ofuVcoun'trjmert'cqJiNIdei'ftn unjust rc-" quisitioa.,. We liaTelso Jost tficop.portunlly1 iPnYn these'oarch'-trailors. TTs"lhcr'uh-. pTentaiIamllatgV5W 6f imTrcIcasc., . Sirjc'ared remember tiiat'sorhetSiiig be- olJoj-tV arreDjjfartbprAcn, tfi;"1? cijisli iuJtbjT(iellion..'o:hen they decided .to gtT4 JipJbepejneqFpr ticsc ninnyj-eara tbe UiSi!ba)nteji(Jqlng?inf t the rigbts of search, a wJlerid ioand. practiced!- by England, and noSMcHsca edm:in wKcIi'tliis -qncstion iS-so intclrid TbatslSuglatntitf illnot'dare repudwle UitAliiiSiofi made iri'fat...

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 January 1862

NEW YORK, Dec. 28. viOTettHiVMi KM Wrest rJnmin w Um seizu'rt "of th traitors,' Siiderf bd Hsi eft' is ;receive'4.'v-Tlie first is letter ffOrri Secretary Seward vimktet M4(&t dn tti Not. 30, io wbie- botDplwi8nt'lb kite tot isefj fepefcrrs " fcctmgt th Lord Mayor's' dinner and also slates 4s told Lord PsJmerston simply tLe fact vlten in-1 forming him tb lifeol the in.Qrrectjoo was sustained by ihe hope of its recognition by England and France, and if those hojies ceased Ihe", insurrection , would perish in ninety days. - , ;,..-..;.!,...: . - r; lid refers in the same note to the fact of tie Arrest of Mason and SI idol i by Capt. "WTILes.as a new and. nnforseen circum stance, which is to be met by. the-two Gevernmeotsv if possible, ia kindly spirits. Lord Lyons bas said nothing on the sub ject, and no explanations ' were furnished Minister Adams, it beiDg deemed prudent that ike ground taken by the British Gov. should be first be made known bere and discussion be had here, tut ...

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 January 1862

Don't Want Free Society. Some of llio Soutliero poliiicitM seem to be destitute of every courtesy towards those men wbo luive, representing a free ;r boring people in the balls of Cwngreas, boldly deoounmi abolitionism in every form and contended for the people of tbe Soutb by tbe Conttitotion of tbe United States. We cannot help but make a few extracts from a couple of Soatbern paper to show tbe feelings that Southern politi cians are trying to engender against tbe people of the north and laboring people generally. . "Free society, ve sicken at tbe name. What is it but a conglomeration of greasy mechanics, filthy operators, small fisted farmers and moon struck th eomU." Al abama Herald. "We bare got to hating everything free, free farmers, free labor, free society, fren will, free thinking, free children and free schools. All of them belong to the tame brood of damnable situ." South Side Democrat. Another paper says that "free laborers are a miserable blear eyed rabble." Those poli...

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 January 1862

(II 4 - 5 : 1 vj. .t. J. CASKET, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance VOL. 6. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1862. NO. 21. DRS. BOLIXG Sc. BIGHAM, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, V MILLERSBURG, O., OOiBce Ui the room formerly oecnjiied by Dr. Irvine Mtich,Kl. - - - - - S. K. CBAWFOIID, M. it. P&ysician and Surgeon, Hh oa IfalB t, formerly occupied by Doctor Eliriglit JULLEBSBUEG, OHIO. DR. V. W. BUYLXGEII, Physician and Surgeon, MIDDU'TFOWK, O. Professional call promptly amended to. Sept. IX, 1861. BENTISTEY. J E. ATKINSON h Meribunf. Aaiaj S BABY, WILLING AND WAITING to per i,iwm ell operations in his line with neatness and the latest style. OsSc Ter Malranci Emperiam. October 24, 1S61 BlOtf . J. P. 1LBA., I E--NT-T I S T , MITXERSBURG, O. Artificial teetli in serted ob Gold. Silver, Vulcanite fc Porcelain bn.se. Teeth Extracted. 'Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warran ted. O...

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 January 1862

J. CASK.EY, tm . m ' Editor. THURSDAY, : : JAN. 9, 1862 fgj-Gor. Dcrxitox's Message lias been re served. It is as aide Stat. Paper, but it ia, "oh kw long." ' r ' ' -' 3jnu; j ; i t"Ko cine ha yet been discovered to tha ooQBdrel or scouadrels wbo set fire ta tie Free ?rtbjUra Church on Faint Creek a week or ao aince. Tbe Church ia to be rebuilt. The Senatorship. ..Among tha name that 'will be canrasaed, are Ueaara. Wad, ChascDeaniaon, Effing, Scltcnck Conria, Delano, Spaulding, Stanton, AsUlej, Groeabeck, and Coney. .'; DoCbtfci, One of tbe aoldiere in the Gtn Eegimont, at Lexington, writing liome to bis parental says that -it was reported among, the officers of dia Regiment that tbe war would be Trnw jnontia, -i : .V.; tfLetters received hnt nignt from members of tbe 16th Regiment gay that tie health of thgboya ia improTiBg, and that they are anx iously awaiting orders to go forward where the rebel ,"do congregate.". ' " ' ( ' : jy Abort six inches of Snow fell on Sab bath erenins ...

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 January 1862

A Tremendous Burden of Taxation. The county of Alleghany, Pa. is strug gling under an enormous railroad debt, which, added to that of the cities of Pitts burg and Alleghany, is sufficient to utter ly ruin any community less fortunate in tb posession of mineral wealth and in dustrial resources. At the opening of the December term of Quarter Sessions for that county, the . presiding justice, Judge Mellon, in his charge to the Grand Jury, made a full exhibition of the financial con dition of the country, hoping it might ena ble them to devise and suggest some p!.n to lessen the burden of taxation. From this charge we ascertain that the entire psaessed value of taxable property in tbe county and two cities is $27,655,092, divided thus: Rural district.... i... . -$13,615,C8C. Pittsburgh 10.C34.783. Alleghany 3.703,641. The iudebtments of the county amounts to- $3,321,061, of which $2,300,000 is railroad debt, and $2,124 costs on railroad suits. That of the city of Pittsbnrgh -mounts to $...

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 January 1862

An old Carolinian Killed in Battle. Among those slain by our forces, was an old man, with long silvery Lair a pri vate in Sooth Carolinia regiment. I He had ery fine face. His hands were soft and fair and be appeared to have lived the life of luxurious gentleman. The messenger of death passed through his heart, and he lay oa the ground his mouth open his eyes filled an expression- of terror fearfully vivid even in death. A letter was taken from his pocket which bore traces of blood. Iuwas shown to me by a soldier. The writing was in the small and timid characters of a woman ; the en velope bore the direction; "Mr. James IkFeever, Company F, Sixth regiment, S. C. Yn Manassas Junction, Va, and the letter had been writen Dec 10,' 1861. "Dear Brothei," so it ran. "I take the time this morning to write y'ou a few lines We are all well as commoo. We got a a letter from you yesterday, dated Nov. 4 Boyd has writen home and he wants free John Archer to cook for his mess and Major wants pa to...

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 January 1862

(1? ! . i ; ! I 1 M t ! f s C1SSEY, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door Sonth of Jackson. TERMS-One Dollar and Fifty Cents In All met MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1862.. NO; 25. M. BBS. BOLL C k BIGHAM, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, MILLERSBURG.O., fynSrm in ta roam fanwtl; oecapt.d by Dr. Irvine Hare a, SCI- U. K. CBAWFOBD, SI. I. Physician- and Snrgeon, Wmm fcalaat, fuxaerlr occupied bj Doctor Kuright WTT.T.TTPHHI Ct OHIO. - B. C. W. BEVI.VGEK, Pfcys ician and' Surgeon, rrotttionai call promptly atttended to. DENTISTEY. . J E. ATKINSON Ia IuWar Apis, j T 5AY, WILLING AS D WAITING to eer JLJarai all poratioo ia hi iia. wit. MttMH and IMaiMIU'Mi: vr Mulvane Eaaperlasa. r X, 161 10U ; JT. P. ALBA, J) E NT I ST. 4 !" aSrtllX.ERSBXTIlO. O. A rtificial teeth in XJL aertedon Gold. Silver. Vulcanite fc 'Porcelain base. Teeth Extracted, 'Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warraa- ted. Office a few doors west of Wostbs's Saloon. JToT.28.l860.-yL ...

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 January 1862

m J. CASKEY) - Editor. THURSDAY,::::::::::!: JAN. 16, 1862. Todd wai inaugurated oa MoaUay Is. J"TWe ia a report of a fight Eomncy. Ya, in whi?hthe rebels lost 170 killed and wonnd ' d 900 prisoaent. The Ions on our side is sot g ire. . Tbe report cornea through rebel sources. , '- - EfCi Ml Clat returns home to take charge of a command in the armj.;JSe ia to be ap poiated a Brigadier General. ' Secretary Cax mmgx will prebaMj tako hia place aa Miowler toKsi f3tT' Capt. TVilliam Spa3gleb iras brought BOBwaickofCamp Ferer, oa.Toeadaj evening last. He re porta matters at getting better in the . Iota. . an '" 'XSTG- Bttawm'a Expedition has aailed . irom Fortress Monroe. -. It i formidable enough ' ia Teasels and mea to aval low one er two of the (rj i n ct.tM Tt. J : i : i 'Will probably land at the mouth ef tome little - reek along the Southern coast aad throw tip fortifications. ' ; ' -'. " ' ' " 1 l4fA resolution to pay the Federal Govern ment tax of $1,567,089 33, levied on the Sta...

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 January 1862

Humphrey Marshall's Flight. itbe telegraph report oh Saturday that Col. GarlwW and his brigade had put to flicrfctRnmnhrev Marshal and his rebel Kodrii Ketotockr. without firiair a tuik we felt to be almost too good ta ha true. Tha report was received at the Cincinnati Gazette office from one of the eronrietors of the Louisville Democrat, right from the seat of operations in the Sandy Yaliej. The statement appears to be fully credited in Cincinnati, and tbc eomroercial.s account as followes :,-'.; i W vera informed Yesterday by a gen tleman just from Catletuburg, Kentucky, that two members .of the 43d regiment from Paintsnlle, arrived at that placa n Tuesday. ' Thev reported that Colonel Garfielda brigade, of about 3,500 men, moved to George Creek weeks ago, and on'Monday last they moved onwards to . . . . i -. i - Jfsuntsviue, winch nrougDt tnem wiinin three miles of the rebel camp, under the command of Humphrey Marshall and Col. John S. Williams: hence they sent out a scquting par...

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 January 1862

Continued from 1st page end ia eftea rnisaDDrehended, aa to thii -held m a load for the pro tectum of the Bole holder, bat for the beaefit of the bands themselves., The "Safety Fund," so to apeak, from which the aote bolder is protected, consists of the en tire capital. aascsU and meana of ail the branch ce, and it is the doty of the managers, in ease of the inaolrency of any one branch, to make immediate provision for the payment of the tot of such, in coin, by requiaiuoa upon the Boldest branches. Thus in the exhibit above stated, the entire four millions of soil is liable for the redemp tion of the nous of asy insolvent branch. Bat thia is not the only means of sustaiag the credit of these issues in the evont of a failure. jjTrrr branch is required to receive the nsaes fstich ailing bank, in payment of all debts, at their par value. This prevents their depre cation, as they are current in any part of the State for thia pnrpoae only. It ia through the operation of these two influe...

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 January 1862

Jit C J0 ii ft. 41 J CAS2ET, Editor ud Proprietor. OFFICE Washingtoa Street, Third Door Soita f Jiclson. TERMS One Dollar ud Fiflj Celts ia l.vuue VOL.6. MILLERSBURij, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1862. NO. 23, 1 DBS. BOLEfG Jc HICHAM, FoiTICIANS & SURGEOIIS, M1LXEBSBURG, ha ma iwraMrrt- eeeaaiaal hj Ir. Irriaa S. K. cbiwfoAd, jk. d. Pbysician and Snrgeon, IUb at, flBMrir McqM tf IhKtv aWgbt TLTTT.T .-PTT7X H 1 1 HO, OHIO. ' DB. C. W. BUTLWGEB, Physician and Surgeon, IfiDDLETTOWN. O. Professional calls promptly attttnded to. . 11, mm. DENTISTEY. J E. ATKINSON TBAJ IT. WIIXIWO AHD WAITING to aer- i all umliM la hat lias wita nitiw aad laalataat atria. ttotarSiiMl-alOtf jr. p. ajlbaiv, DENT I S T M3LLEB8BUBO. O. A Tti&ciml teeth ia- XL sertedoa Gold, Silvw. Vulcanite rPoreelaia base. Teeth Extracted, Cleaned or filled Satisfaction warran ted. Office few doora west of Westoa's Saloon. Jtev.3S,1860.-jL BElTJXHIIf COQtf, T Every DeanffCtea, OOJL QrjACKSOX WASEIOTONS...

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 January 1862

The Republican. J. CASKEY, - Editor. THURSDAY,: Diath or Capt. Sra-wotta. eck staled that Capt. Wniu SriSGLia, had been week it, 'ia our jjainlul .dutj; to announce hi. Seat' He iiwf ' ' SuBdir-Monitn feat, at p. of Aa Baxia. -Esq- hre 1 was take o kia return, and where he had all the artevtfoa and comfort that kindness 01 money moid nnmni? He iraa bnrte bj fai brethren of tie Jntlepeadeat Ordot ef Odd Fellows, Of irhicB Association be u I Vortbj-member.1 The Rer. MatIooc delivered tn appropriate aad feeling Addreaa on tea oo; aaaktn i th M. . Church,? to -which, plhet the roafinJ bmlEgc proceeded Tie for the body of ths deceased was lVe to iu fi'naresying plaica.xr? 41 I'e. lw o :. -ir VU li-Capfc fiptsetn., it ia gaaerally kaowo.-wss a-'Lietitesaot in the three month 'a KrrUe.a".i ooa -as he returned he conunenscd preparations to enter the servica of bis country again, t&u tborized to recruit a Conrrjan y, "be soon 'filled ft op with the best young men' in' lie countj. Acaaade...

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 January 1862

Terrible Rail Road Accident. Delaware .aifroid, just .wbera the .tVack cgosaei ti canaLjJear St. George s Station, by vkieb term peiaons W tbetr lives, and fifteen wrtBoror Kss mjnraa.- a -wooa franj'edfts!stnig;Tjf tB irteeo ylalfbrftfjtars, piptj.'aod one oUpassabgest .dar.n.tjbicji tW-.vceoiecU Hub AtbttinBttUeivVaixl sometweotr laborers mi seated, went ISwri lbeune1awrcrF fbf'-V' road'--" of wotK,! tieo UB.,Uniu rencpe luo uo Vudgnnich paB tke. cacaT, ear. St, Qtorgfi SutioOj-tha-xiraw of Um bridge, was discovered open, but too lat to stop ttilrsiiJjlbe Tea op. the road prevniting o4 ft was precipUatedTInto Ibe canal, a dastest of bonLsixtj feet c Car lipoo car weta piled pieeesvpoa eeb oikcr rosBing a'limnber'of bersonsi1 'Tbe copdacto'r Mr. BuU,iraaVprluiialelj'aaa4jg outside of k em, aceinff lie 4raw,4aa about to roaE we leariui pjunge,jurapeu ou i bttTnenad tio trrae ta wart lbworkmen fd Ai ijri!ie! eWa '"cumber were Tnoetie f Vbaraiar'Jobtt Ander-i fern,-" killed wstaBly,8 ...

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 January 1862

The White-feather Democracy. The Ohio Democracy should now as sume the name of The surrender Democ racy. Ona more step and they will be in the ranks of active traitors. They have, by their representativee in the State Leg islature, declared that slavery is above the Union, and that the Union most be pre served only upon the condition thrt sla very also be preserved. One of the reso lutions introduced into the Honse by Dres sel, of Franklin, declared that freedom to slaves, even as a"military necessity," was no part of the Democratic creed. The long and short of the matter then, is, that our .National Government most not nse all means in its power, no matter what the necessity may be, to crash out this rebel lion. Such a resolution is the next step to ac tive treason. It says if slavery stands in the way of the restoration of Federal au thority over the land, that authority must be exercised. The resolution reads thus: Evolved, That slavery is a State in stitution, guaranteed as such...

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 January 1862

- e . ' . . . . V . '- - - I ' 11 - - 1 ' '- ' - 'I ......... ... J- CASREY, Editor and Proprietor. ; J OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson TERJISOne Dollar and Fifty Cents in Adranee VOL.6. MILLERSBURG, H0O1ES. COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1862. DRS. BOLIXC fc BIGHAM, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS MILLERSBURG, 6., tTOflee in th room formerly occupied by Dr. Irrine Karen 2S,CL. . r S. K. CBAWFOBD, 31. I. , Physician and Surgeon, Bftaa on Mate it, fornxrlyoectrpled bjoctar Esrlght 3UX1G-, oino. . DB. C. TV. BCVIAGEK, lcian and Snrgcon, " MXDUIiiTXXJ W O. - Professional calls promptly alltended to. Bent 12, 1861; ... IDENTISTEY. J E. ATKINSON In fiiSetskrg. igsia, . T EAhr. WTI,T.TVfJ lnwITtVR in kmt. JVforra all operations is Us line vithjieatneaa and ib ue wen - '. Ofllc OTcr Mnlrane's Enporiam. ' osMrSi,isa niotr ; i 1 '. J. P. ALBAiV, D JE N T I S T. MILLEESBURG, O- - A rtificial teeth in li- terted on Gold, Silver. Vulcanite 4 s Porcelain hfijw Teeth Extracte...

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 January 1862

JT. CASKEY, - Editor. THURSDAY,:::::::::::: JAN. 30, 1862 jyDiCK Lixscfo of OoihoctoB, has beenap pointed JJajor ia tie army. This h an ap pointment not fit to be made. igyThe Canton "Zouaves, says the Canton Republican hare eent home to their friend a boot $6000 in money. Onr "Holmes county boys vill send home a good proportion of their pay csfen2by get any. jyWill not some one "good in fignres," tell ni how, long it would take ten men proper ly armed with picks, crowbars, etc., to open the cisterns on the public sqnare, in the event of a first: The mud ia about a foot deep on the cor era andfrozen as hard as a rock. Gloria in excel' tit, dx. Tho weather for a few days past hat been very mild for the season, and owing to the frequen:y of the .rains; the streams araTery much swol len. X Tery interesting and successful pro tracted meeting is going on at the Elliott Church (M.E.),in Mechanic township. rgyJlillertbnrg, Veaice, Rotterdam, Am sterdam, and perhaps a few other towns, whose...

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 January 1862

Gen. Jim Lane in Chicago—His Speech, Programme and Forces. An immeBso crowti assembled at iho iVemont House on the arrival of Gen. Lane, and-hand-shaking soon pecame a DODiilat movement of the people. Mrs. Lane who, is thoroughly imbued with the views, of the Oenerai, Also received a large number of calls from the ladies of Chicago. Mgnymenibers or Gen. Lane's staff arri ved during the day, and added to the pop ular enthusiasm. . Gen. Lane visited Camp Douglas and inspected the'variou regiments quartered tbere and expressed a strong desire that the Mechanic Fusi leers should accompany his expedition;. On Gen. Lane's' return to the'Tremont House be found multi tudes waiting to, greet him, and in the evening he had to yield bis determination to make no speeches, so. imperitive was the .call. He mounted an extempore stand, amid the loud and heartj npplause of.'the" crowd. Wo clip from tbo Tribune a brief report of Gen. Lanes. SPEECH AND PROGRAME. The .General expressed lis profound gra...

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 January 1862

Charles Anderson's Speech at Columbus — His Straightforward Remarks on the Slavery Question. Mr. Benedict, editor of tho Cleveland Herald, gives the following striking ac count of Charles Anderson's speech, deliv ered in Columbus a few nights since: Mr. Anderson ran back to the forma tion of tho Constitution, thence coming down he rapidly glanced at the hislorj of slaver, showed its ccroachraents and proved it to be responsible for this calami ty. He utterly scouted the idea that sla very agitation in the Worth has had any thing to do with the getting up of this re bellion, and declared that desire for frco trade by the South had less to do with it. Now let the reader mark that this was the argument of a man who a few years since was persistent and upon principle, too in his opposition to the agitation of the slavery question in the North, fearing such agitation would endanger the Union ; and that his change of opinion has been wrought by a residence in a slave State. As to the obje...

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