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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 13 March 1862

l01ltf: J' CASKEY, Editor aad Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS-One Dollar and Fifty Cents inj4d?ace VOL. 6. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHlOi THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1862 BRS. BOJilX at BIGHAMj PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, MILLEESBUBG, O., tar"OM hi the room former! occupied tr Dr. Irrioe Marc SS,8fl. 8. K. CRAWFORD, M. D. Physician and Snrgeon, QOt on Main at, form riy ocrapied b Doctor Ebrlght 3T7RG-, OHIO. DR. C. W. BEVIXGEIt, Physician and Surgeon, MTDDKETOW. O. Professional calls promptly atttended to. Sept. 12, 186J. DE3STTI STEY. J E. ATKINSON In MiUffikrg Again, j TEADY, WILLING AND WAITING to pi jLvform all operations ia bis line wita neatnevi and U tie latest itjle. fOfllc OT0r MnlTanc's .Emporium. Oetober 14, 1 861 olOtf J. P. AJLBABT, DENTIST, MILLERSBTJKQ, O. Artificial teeth in serted on Gold, Silvur. Vulcanite fc 'Porcelain base. Teeth Extracted, 'Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warran ted. Office a few doors west of Weston's Saloon. ...

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. — 13 March 1862

3. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. Millerstmrff, Ohio. THCBSDAT, jjfARCIH3,1S6i. Manassas is Ours! The Federal Troops take Peaceful The Federal Troops take Peaceful Possession---The Rebel Hordes in Full Retreat to Richmond— in Full Retreat to Richmond— On to Richmond! That terrible Manassas, tlial cost us bo many lires on the ever to be remembered 21st day of inly, and lefta stain on tlio Federal arms, (since wiped ont. Heaven be thanked, on many a bloody field) is at length abandoned by the rebels, and our troops have taken peaceful pos session. The Stars and Stripes now -wave over Uiose frowning fortifications, whose impregna bility has been the boast of the rebels for months past, and from which the rebel army has long threatened the Rational Capital. Our troops occupied Ccntrorille and Fairfax Court Honse List night, the enemy retreating before them. The rebels evacuated Manassas last night, doubtless, and our troop? marched. in this morning:. The fact of the rebels abandon ing their ou...

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. — 13 March 1862

FROM ARKANSAS. HEADQUARTERS, CAMP HALLECK OSSAGE SPRING, Benton Co., Ark., Feb. 27. f TJj to tho present time bat little-Las been beard irom mo uiueicuu sections 01 tbe Stnto rerardir)r --- feelinwith which .. IT .. . - the advent -01 1110 uciouarmy is generally received. It is expected the rebel leaders will move LenveD arid? car tti, issue lnlintnatory. np peals, and by operatic? ou the fears o the people with ' threats of hangiu g, will endeavor to efFt'ct a leve eu masses to meet the ."Northern monsters," y. - w -Previous to our arrival 'tbaiirisurr'cnt .Go error had issued h proclamatiocd .eclnrinrj that each county must, after de 'ductincr those already cone, send cue -half of the votinr population to the war. It uras threatened that unless such compa lies are organized and reported to him by the huh of Alarcii, ce win mauo draft of the delinquents. Our occupation will doubtless call forth still more igor ous measures. .Ouc position at preseut is .not mepaced bv any formidable...

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. — 13 March 1862

Nashville News. A Nnslivillo con firms the reports of the p.tnic andtbo scene enacted at .Nashville on the approach of our troops ,as published yesterdaj from the Manner of tuat city. Xner Manner is mu nnlr narer now issued in Nashville, the other offices being closed on account of tho liasljr absence of proprietors. iue Manner of "the 26th ulL, contained several "good lord and good devil" articles. Tho Jeffer'sonian, at Clarksville, is now issued as a Union paper. About one-third of tho inhabitants of Nashville remain, the balance- have, lied Southward. The secession city authori ties say there has been more quiet in Nashville since the Federal army entered than for months before. The letter thus NEGROES AND WHITE TRASH. "VanderiDg around in the streets of Nashville, I met crowds of negroes hasten ing to the levee to, see Lincoln's war ves sels, a pretty largo number of those pover ty slrcken ones known as "poor white trash" were mingled with them, and a few respectable appearing c...

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. — 20 March 1862

toil lint I CASKEY, mter ari Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance VOL.6. MELLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1862. N0.31. IlltttB RS. KOlilN & BIG HAM, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, MILLERSBURG, O., jy Office lii tht room formerlj- occupied by Dr. Irtin. March IS.Sil. S. K. CRAWFORD, M. D. Physician and Snrgeon, 0M ob Hata t,.Aina tlj cccspfed ty-Dodar Ebrlg-ht ivm-.T.TiTT?SHi i urz-, OHIO. JIB. Ci W. BUVINGEB, Jiysician and Surgeon, MTDlDIETO'CTrN, O. Professional calls promptly atttended to. S.pt.12, 1S61. . . DEISTT I STEY. . J E. ATKINSON Is fiilkrekrg Again, j KEABV, WILLING AND WAITING! to per form all opentioni in LU line with neatneys and u ixreu tijie. JtMo over Mnlranc's mporiam. 0UMr2t, ItSI BlOtT JT. P. AIBAiV, DENTIST. A1 rlificin.1 teeth in scried on Gold. Siivi'.r. Vulcanite fc sPorcelain base. Teeth Extracted, 'Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warran ted. Office a few doors we...

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. — 20 March 1862

JT. CASKEY, - Editor. MiUeraarg,01ii6. , TIirUSDAY, - - - ?IAI!CII 00, 1SC2. St liouis, March 14. The following official dispatch was sont.lo the Secretary of War: Aftersevoral days skirmishing and nu merous altempts by the enemy's gun boats to dislodgo Gen. Popes' batteries at Point Pieasant, the enemy has evacuald bis fort and entrenchments at Now Madrid, leaving nil his artillery, field batteries, tents wag ons) mules, (fee, and an immense quantity of military stores. Brigadier-Gen. Hamilton occupies the place. This was the last stronghold of the enemy in this Slate has been taken pos session of. No rebel flag now floats in Missouri. St. Louis, March .17th. In responce to a serenade to night, Gen. Halleck an nounced, from the balcony of the Planter's House, the Island No. 10 is ours, with all the guns, ammunition, and transports the enemy had there. Also, another victory gained in Arkansas, in which there were three rebel Colonels captured. The par ticulars have not transpired. C...

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. — 20 March 1862

Scenes on the Cumberland. "TTtTbegaos of the" Merrimac' ..::L pntnnd. Bravo tars afeoewdthe latter report that almost at Ihensent of tie first, collision thV.Mer- Hr discharged Trom her forward gun an eleretfincb sbell It raked the whole gun deek, killing ten men at gun No. 1, among whom was Master Hate John Har- MBgtopand, 'cutting." off both arms and j&kJegs .of'QMrter-gnnner'Wood. Tbo eeond lime-,lher.Mcmmac.cam8 up sbo againedrthTCJumberland with.Sjhen.Ty fii'A tBiVfire1 sateen men ntgun No. 10 were kited jbr-w.oanded, and all wero ttffisdown in the sinking slip- The fjmend crash stove another hole below the water? line. " Ttie ship now began to rapidly settle, and the scene became roost horrible. The cockpit was filled with iho wounded, whom ifwB impossible to bring up. The for- waid magazine was under water, but pow- der was still supplied from the after mag- 'azine, and' the fireing kepi steadilj up by 'beii 'w"ho "knew the ship was sinking under jhem-.They worked despera...

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. — 20 March 1862

A High Joke—That Irrepressible Yankee. A-digtch to the Philadclphai Inquirer fromVastHDgton gives the latest counterfeiting dodga: A few days ago the Government detec tives found that an ingenious Yankee was printing a large amount of Kebel Treasury, notes, of different amounts, mostly howev er, of large denominations. They arrang ed a time, and made a decent upon the "Tank " when ho was surrounded by all his confederates, payers, kc. He seem ed surprised at the appearance of the offi cers, but- quifely went with them. He Enid be was engaged in crippling the Rebel Treasury, and thought it very strango he should be molested, as he thought that was their weakest point. "How is this P asked the. astonished officer. "You see, said the "Yank," these are better than the original article; the originals are worthless; they are unauthorized by law; so I am not counterfeiting. I hav6 not attempted to pass them for money, and really can not see how I am doing wrong." '-Ah H said the detective,...

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. — 27 March 1862

Ho rart .HJ! OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Collar and Fifty Cents in Adrancc :J JDASIEI,' Editor aid Proprietor. MTLLERSBima HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1862. no: 32. VOL; 6. PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, ' JIILLERSBURG.O., J-OEce in the room formerly occupied by Dr. Irrine Kxnh.Zj.tSrL S.K.CBAWFOBD,B.. Physician and' Surgeon, Offii "on Mala at, form ily occupied hj.DoctorElright 3TTRG-, OHIO. DB. C. W. BUYIWGER, Pliyi sician and Surgeon, MTDDnKTOWN. O. Professional calls, promptly aiitended to. Sept. 12, 18C1. J E. ATKINSON Ib Mersbur: Again, rf 5 St EADY, WILLISC AND WAITING U per Lrform mil operations a bis line with neatness end the latest stjle. rOmc OTer Mnlrnuc'e Emporium. OetaberSi, 1861 nlOtf JT. P. AXiBAIV, DENTIST, MILLERSBUH.G, O. Artificial teeth in serted on Gold, Silvur. Vulcanite fc sPorcelain base Teeth Ext meted, fcClrnnod or filled. Satisfaction -warranted. Office a few doors west of Weston's Saloon. Nr.28,1860.-jl. BEX...

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. — 27 March 1862

The Republican. 3. GASKEY, - - - Cditer. MillersbTirg, Ohio. THDKSDAY, -- BflOa 27, 1862. The Republican. Public Meeting. . the voters of Hardj township, without distinction of party, we requested to meet at the Court Housa in MiuersDurg, ou SATURDAY, MABCH 29 th, At 2 o'clock P. M. for the purpose of put ting in nomination a Township nnd Bor nnffh Ticket. All who are opposed to the extravagant nnd profitless expenditure of the public money, are requested w auena this meeting. March 27, 1862. We hope the above notice uriH call out a good attendance of the tax-payers or ilardy town ship. The movers in this matter are members of both parties, men who have witnessed from year to year, a large outlay of the people's mon ey without any practical good to those who have the money to pay. There are very few but ac knowledge that this leakage 6hould be stopped and that now, with the cetainty of additional heavy taxation, levied by the Federal Govern ment. i the d roper time to stop it. Turn ...

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. — 27 March 1862

The Lame, Halt and Blind. iTiThe Richmond Examiner makes a very bad showing of the .condiljon of the ,:poor people" of tno Old Dominion, as wen ofctbe conraga and chiralij of tha F. "Viv It saTs: "The muster rolls jast handed in to the Colonels of the 9lh and 78th regiments, are the most ridiculous carious documents it has ever been our luck to encounter. their annly tojjet'clear of militia duly, hundreds of the men hare attached tc their names the record of some premature injury or horrible distemper. Tha rolls are thus. made complete catalogues of a tne:.. is mat nesti is neir to. I be great number of one-eyed and deaf men, the prevalence of chronic diarrhoea, and rhen maiism'in all its varieties, is truly astonish ing.- Some parties, who perhaps, could think of no particular afflictions, have stated in "general and comprehensive terms, .that tney were "physically disableor and ir "bad health." One gentleman, who vow ed himself a hypochondriac, actually ap pended bis will and codi...

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. — 27 March 1862

Incongruities of Crime. The fall of men. professing Christianity is always mailer for sliame, gner, ana m menfn'tion?It is sin against jigLt, truth, nromise. and profession.- But when a thfi defanlter, it is hh position 13 eramnlo is more mis chi'evous; ho belies his own lesson, and so strengthens tho hands of evil doers. H7 ;f fa wiih the world. huh just w ' - , . . Crime is always viewed m relation to tho position of the criminal. The "man who knew his masler,s will and did it not, was beaten with many stripes," and justly, The expounders of the law ought not to be the breakers of the law. All felonies and misdemeanors, therefore, on tbe pail .of 'attorneys, are to be visited with double severity, iheir eases admits of no excuse. The public have lately seen with amaze inent'the break-down of one after another in a manner the most.unr.ccountable and disgraceful. One seized for stealing a watch, another forstealing spoons, another for forgery, and other acts wholly indefen sible. No...

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 April 1862

lij ill) t tjCi tt mt. 11 h J' CASKEY, 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, APRIL 3, 1862. NO. 33. 4k H . Ill II II V A del 1 11 I 1 1 1 PIU III II II I II . II L I ' ly ZJI a, J BRS. BOIiKV Sc BIG HAM PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, MIIXERSBURG, O., tTOlEct in the room formerly occupied by Dr. Irvine March SS,SO. 8. K. CttAWFOBD, M. D. Pfcysician and Snrgeon, Ofise on Main st, form rljr Sctupled by Doctor Eirlgbt 3JJHG; omo. DB. C. W. BBYIXGEB, Physician and Snrgeon, 3ITDDLETOWN, O. Professional calls promptly alttended lo. lept-12, 1S61. DENTISTEY. J E. ATKINSON In M iHersbarg TlFUnY. WII-MXR AND WAITING to per- Xvfbrni all operations in bis line with neatness and la me latest stjle. fOfflc DTer SlalTanc'a Emporium. October 24, 1S61 nlOtf jr. P. ajlba:v, DENTIST A" rlificinl teelli in- tjcrtcdon Gold Silvi-r. Vulcanile t "Porcelain hose. 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. — 3 April 1862

THE REPUBLICAN. J. CASKEY, - Editor. Millerstriirg, Ohio. TIlCItSDAY, APBIL. 3, 1804. TottssSp Ticket. TIio following Is the tkfcet pot in nomiBalionon Saturday last; "' It in made of good men, belonging to both parties. The JJorougJi Ticket his been withdrawn. Trustees. - M; S. RUDY. , II. H. IiOBINSOX. . -j '" SAM'L YOORHES. ' V. For Clerk. . ' J0HX.S. OUR. -V-- por Trc3Sarer -I H. YERQIX. Pur Assessor. JRANCIS McCOMBS . . Constables. , " JAMES ALBERTSOX, ; ALEX. BELL. ROBT CAMERON. Importance of Corinth. Corinth, Tishimingo coanty, Mississippi, is a-rery important strategical point- It is situa ted in a hilly, scml-monotainous country a branch of the,Apalachian range, which diverges from the Allegheny mountains -and iorms the mountains and gold-bearing regions of Georgia and Alabama. Here also is the junction of the Memphis t Charleston and Mobile t Charles ton railroad lines, which forma the intact corn munication of the Atlantic and the Gulf sea boards, and which' is -vitally i...

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 April 1862

SOUTHERN NEWS. New Orleans News—Yancey's Speech—The Situation in Virginia— The Rebel Accounts of Island No. 10. - Tho following, synopsis of. tie 4speecli of William X. Yancey in New Orleans. the evening of the 13th of March, appears inihp Hunlsrille, Ala, Advocate of the IS ifa -Mr.rYaneey is decidedly of the opinion tbat' the South has no friends in Europe, and that the North isin a similar condi- tioa.jHosajs there is -a very strong pre-; jud-fcV in all'of Europe against the South' ttlnncMHOnA nf on firrAnentirimnroccinn ttuicq prevafe jn reference to tbe institu ti5af slaverjy There are many persons in Europe who consider the boutbcrn pco pie semi-civilized, and believe that negroes are-raised upon th6 plan that stoek is. There is no disposition to interfere in Anier ican sfiairs., The blockade enables the British holders oLtbo great staple (cottou) to realize an immense advance upon its cost in con so queoce of tho.scarcity of the article. Tlx holderj'arejlheijreallhy few, who ...

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 April 1862

Mrs. Polk the Traitor. The Cincinnati Gazelle in a Xashrillo lett8r.iin's'3boollowing: ; . The following interesting scrap of news is told bj an eye-witness to the scene: One day last week, Gener.nl Buell and all the .Brigadiers of .the Department, who were present, went in a body to call upon Mrs. Jnrnes-K. Polk and her neice, daugh ter of iheiEx-Ker. Gancral Leonidas. Mrs. Polk seemed determined that no donbt should be entertained as lo her sentiments in.regard to our unhappy difficulties. The gentlemen present, as they were severally addrcssed.'siinply bowed in silence, until Genera Mitchell, who was standing some what away from the party, was singled out. Tcrlrim Mrs. P. remarked, "General, I trust this war will speedily terminate by the-acknowledgment of Southern indepen dence." -The remark was the signal for a lull in the conversation, and all eyes were turned upon the General to hear his reply. He stood with his lips firmly compressed and his eyes looking fully into those of ...

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. — 10 April 1862

i&ml Rjrab lira J CASKET, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE -Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in AdTante VOL. 6. MLLLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1862. NO. 34. i DBS. BOMIV & BIGIIAM, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, ' MIIitiERSBTJRG, O., CiT'OiBee Ii the room formerly occupied by Dr. Irrine March M.Sfl. S. It. CRAWFORD, M. I. P&ysician and Snrgeon, Office en Mala ft, form rlj occupied bjDoclorElright 3TXRG-, OHIO. DB. V. W. BUYEVGEII, Physic ician and Surgeon, MXDDIErrOAVTSr. o. Professional calls promptly attlended to. Sept. 12, 1861. DE3STTI STEY. J E. ATKINSON la Merskr- : Agais, j TiEArjY. WILLING AND WAITING to wsr- Jtvform all operation! in his line with neatness and in ue laiesi tiyje. rOfflc over Zllulranc's inporiam. October 24, 1S61 nlOtf J- P. AiiB AX, DEN-T 1ST, Arlificial teeth in serted on Gold. Silvi'.r. Vulcanite fc j? Porcelain base. s Teeth Extracted , S Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warran t...

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. — 10 April 1862

Editor. J. CASKEYj - MiUerslrarg, Ohio. THURSDAY, - - - APKI1. 10,1802 Great News—Island No. 10, Surrendered. Tlic glorious news is announced that Island No. Ten has been surrendered to Commodore Foote, trith all its stores, guns and transports. The xictory was the joint work of naval an 3 land forces. The last news from the Island showed that Commodore Foote was only -wait ing for Gen. Pope to cross the mer to the Ken toclry and Tennessee shore, and hcrcnlean ef forts haxe been made to cut a passage through from above the rebel batlerics and Island No. 10 to Kew Madrid, so as to pass transport boats throngh, on which Pope cculd cross his forces from the Missouri shore. This was accomplish ed some days since, and several vessels passed through. Finally the Carondolet gunboat ran the blockade one night and the Pittsburgh gun boat ran it the next night. The transports, loaded with troops, tinder protection of the gun boats and our land batteries on the Missouri side, crossed the nver,...

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. — 10 April 1862

Almost Incredible Statements. The Cincinnati Gazette publishes facts and specifications from a correspondent which that. paper endorses ns responsible, showing: "that the whole medical depart ment of the army in Tennessee is subject to the control of n, drunkard and traitor, who uses' his absolute authority over the entire medical affairs, the supply of med icine; the disposition of the wounded and tick,. and overlhetvhole surgical corps, to waste and destroy the sick soldiers. ThVGazette earnestly calls the atten tion of General Hallcck, the President, and-4Jopgress to the statement of its cor respondent, and it is to be hoped that im mediate and through reform will be insti tuted. We quote a porliou of the exhib it oT the atrocious treatnittit of our soldiers by the Lead of the Medical Department of the West treatment that should consign the brute and traitor to the gallows. The writer under date of Savannah, Tennessee, March", 31stsays: Xet me furnish a. few facts. I propose to s...

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. — 10 April 1862

[From Harper's Weekly.] On the Shores of Tennessee. "JIoTe my arm-chair, faithful ForapT, In the inMhise bright and slroag. " For this world is fading) Pompej Ifassa Tron't be with yon long; And 1 fain would hear the south wind Bring once more the sound to me. Of the warclsts sofrly "breaking On the shores of Tennessee. "Jlonrnful though the rippTes mcmnr. As thejr still the story tell. How no vessels float the banner That I're lored so long and well. I shall listen to their music. Dreaming that again I see Stars and Stripes on sloop and shallop Sailing up the Tennessee. "And, Pompey. utile old JIassa's waiting For death s last dispatch to come. If that exiled starry banner Should come proudly sailing home. Ton shall greet it, slave no longer Voice and hand hliall'bcth be free, That shout and point to Union colors On the waTes of Tennessee." "Hassa's berry kind to Pompey; But ols darkey's happy here, "Where he's tended corn and cotton Fordese many a long year, Orer yonder JIiisis's ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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