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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 16 July 1857

3. J i i 1 3 ' 55 ii rss i ifc'a if) . .woo ffi-?.? ! i -"ISP r.!.r a test JuVfi TRf,,-i;.3 eQ 1 1i -:ij"o-i: e2J c Office-Washington Street, TLird Bor Sonlh of Jackson." 1 ' n.' ." . Twmsne Dollar and Fiftj Cents In Advance. 5Wf ivB 1?- -SI L:;7T-W : 2 " MIIXERURG?jaOLMEOU TnuRSBliVJiii.Tie; Tm-'l -id.1 of f-E3;i ; NO; 47. i in I i!i in . 111 r ' ;.: "j:5r. ucrjv m n. e nv i . f- 1 I ll-.lll-ni-r I ( III till III 1(1 , 6 - t " - j - :i . (a?-q-:i -vi;- ; -ri'f InnnBnW , J J. III , -.. . ..-.,- J i-.' X I -T ; Poetry. BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. LiXe is a race where some succeed. ' , '"' ' rt.:iJ. -.1. . - - I -T tn''7,is1ucTt at times; at othem speed, rjt -Tha(giTe8anearlvwinniiia:.' ' But if your cliance to fall LeTiind, , ' Ae er Blackea jonr ndeavori t .'Just keep Qiis wboIuHome (ruili in miud . Tia better Tate thaa never." " -Arm ji... . ...Ivy fcS Bpt BTer trip your eigIil)OT; ' v" 'Tib noble Then you can excel .? 0;-t: V J By hnnest, patient labor. ' ' -feut if you are out stripp...

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 July 1857

. - - - 41 tar. . CASKEY, THURSDAY ::::::::::: JULY 16, 1887. Cirala.o el t BepeMiean, (M targm- Umimt) otktr faferOetm. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. Ha fbttowiae (hows the time of departures and arrivals oath C. Z. 0. B. K. at Millars- and Ckrelaad: Bumnxe EoaTH. The Exprm leaves Mil lerebnrg at 5.25 A. M-, and arrives at Cleveland at 9 45. - The AcoommodaUott leaves MiTienrtrant at 2J0 P. It, sad arrives at Cleveland at 9.50 Rumciwo Soctb. AooomataLditm leaves Cleve land at 7.00 A. M, and arrirea at Millereburg at 12.40. - Express leaves Cleveland at 4.45 P. M, sad arrives at Miners wirg at tf.ua. . r3TThe Rxma train runnis? North con necu at Orrville with the East aad Weat trains oa the P. Ft W.AC. R.B. , . 5TNine artesian wells have been sank for various establishments in New York, at an expense of $50,000, which furnish 1430 gallont of water per minute. The price of the same quantity of "Croton" annually be $70,000, it is aaidL . "The epidemic fever, which has cre ated so much alarm 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. — 16 July 1857

Items of News. . Shipments of flour are beinz Tnnde from Oswego, to Montreal, at an advaoUga over . the.!!. It Market. ' - I It itimaled that Kwwae has increased her population the present season 80,000, and by winter her population will reach 100,000. Massachusktt. The Census of all the State except the small town of Tollard, shows an aggregate 01 zi i,a tocots. Tub Courier de Havre states thtt do fl v win enter a room in which a wreath of ' . i I I 1 Tk A walnut scnves iuui uvea smug ui. a.s penraent is worth trying. . . . Thekiiigdoin of Hanoter, the father land of English royalty, according to a re cent census has 1,820,777 inhabitants, di- Tided into 376,867 families, occupying 206,015 dwellings. r - ' Secretary Cobb has refused payment for books . ordered tor members of Congress, unless evidence given that they have been deposited in some public library, in accord ance with the act of Congress granting such books to members. V It is stated that the telegraph now in operation i...

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 July 1857

Laws of Ohio. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT. To amend an act entitled an "act authorizing -tminty wmmwsioncre to grant further time -for1 the completion of Free Turnpike Bonds. and paying for tbe same." Section. 1. Be U enacted by the General. tmilf of the State of Ohio, That the act entitled -an act authorizing county Commissioners i to grant further time for the completion office turnpike roadeand paying "01 May 1st, 1854, and the amendment Wkk-Uob i, paied " JIareh 17th 1856, beo amended as to Jed. follows: That when the Cmtnsioners of any free turnpike road si.au fid either for want of time or Sufficient means, to complete such road, it may be lawlul for the county com ntinioBers of such county or counties, through which said road may be located, to grant such extension of time for the completion of the same as to them may seem reasonable and proper. And it is hereby further declared to be lawful. in all eases of indebtedness for the erection of bridges upon the line of such fr...

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 July 1857

ft If M Mill' 1 W1t1f 1 J. Caskey, Editor and Propricior. Office-Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Terms:-0ne Dollar and Fifty Cents in 1. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES 1857. Poetry. From Young America. BACHELOR'S SOLILOQUY. I am a jolly bachelor I lead a happy life: I'm never plauged by trouble, or That greater plague a wife! I can go oat whene'er I choose Come in whene'er I please. And, unmolested, read the news. Or eat my bread and cheese. I've got no woman tied to me, To prove a bitter curse. And fill my house with fancy traps, - And ever drain my purse; To scold me when she's in a pet. To call me a stupid fool, Ot comb my venerable head With a three-legged stool. I've got no wife to bid go . ' And rock the cradle when I should be talking politics With other noted men. I'm glad I'm not a father tor .. I well remember Tim; Whose wife had many children, but They didn't look like him. And there is Grub; who used to be An honor to our club; But now he doesn't dare to smile For f...

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 July 1857

J. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY, ::::::::::: JULY 23, 1857. - - Circulation of tbe Republican, One-third larger than any other paper in the eota- TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. and Cleveland: .... Rpintnre Socth. Accommodation leaves Cleve aad at 7.00 M-, and arrives at Millereburg at 12.40. Jt'xpreu leaves Cleveland at 4.45 P. M., and arrives at Millereburg at 9.05. ' t&T Exjireu train running North con nects at OrrvUle with the East and West trains on the P. Ft. W. k C. E. R. fW See advertisement in another col umn of " Canvassers Wanted." . Rich Contract. The profits of the Congressional Printing for the last two sessions are estimated at $400,000. Ths Domb Progressing. The Wash ing Star contradicts the statement that the walls of the rotunda in the Capitol have been found too weak to support the im mense weight of the new iron dome. The . work of putting it up is going on. Col. Fremont's Health. The Tri bune of Friday contradicts that Col. Fre mont is dangerously sick. It says "f...

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 July 1857

Arrival of the Vanderbilt. NEW YORK, July 20. Tha steamship "Vanderbilt, from Havre and ooatbampton on the 8th, and me ai- uuuc iroin ixiverpooi, same anus, lit this port yesterday. We have detailed aceonnta of the insurrection in Italy. It is said the insurrection was against the King Naples and the Pope, not witn a view to offiw, . nw covemtnent, but to get - rid of the Italian Bourbons and expel the Austrians from Italy. There had also been rumors of insurrection in various parts r finsin. but the last advices state the VX country was quieL In despite of the efforts of the govern ment, the Republican candidates Cavaig- nac Oliver and D Armion were elected in Paris on the 5th and 6th inst.. The work of shipping the Atlantic tele graph cable progresses. Advices from Teheran report that Mr. Hurray, the British Minister, had demand ed that a regiment ot the Indian array should accompany him on his entry into leheran which demand the Kussian gov ernment una ret used to submit to. Ther...

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 July 1857

Laws of Ohio. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT. Making special appropriations lor the year 18o7. Bectioa 1. Be it enacted by the General As sembly of the State of Ohio, That the following Bams be. and are hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury applicable thereto, vix: For the payment of George Riordoa, mesBen ger for the Supreme Court, the Bum of one hun dred and eight dollars; , . For the payment of cost and witness fees in curred by lie committee on the Penitentiary ia investigating the complaint against Doctor J . B. Dawson, under the resolution of the House, the sum of fifty dollars and twenty cents. For paying balances for furniture and labor ia furnishing legislative halls, committee rooms, executive offices, supreme court rooms, and oth er apartments in the State House, ia addition to the amount heretofore appropriated, and to be paid under the same restriction, the sum of tea thousand eight hundred and eighty -eight dol lars and sixty-eight centa; For the payment...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 30 July 1857

tu III III II V II I I I J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. - Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms-One Dollar and Fifty Cents ia Adranee- YOL.1. : MILLERSBURG, HOLMES CQtlNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1857. V NO. 49. Poetry. A GENUINE POEM. The annexed stirring old poem, 83 8 the Home Jomal, has the ring of the true metal, aad is as applicable sow as when it was written fur the philosopher is sound, and therefore univer sal: . . . Who shall judge a maa from fortune? . Who shall know him by his dress? Paupers may be fit for princes, f Princes fit for something less. ' Crumpled shirt and dirty jacket Maybeclothe the golden ore Of the deepest thought and feeling j v Satin vest could do no more. .There are springs of crystal nectar Ever swelling out of alone; There are purple buds and golden, r. . Hidden, crushed and orergrown. . God who counts by souls, not dresses, Lores and prospers yon and me. While he values thrones the highest . But as pebbles on the sea. . ...

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 July 1857

Editor. ' C ASHE Y, - THURSDAY,: : JULY SO, 1857. drealattoa of (he Kepnbllean, Ont-Otird larger Oan any other paper i Ok county. TRAVELERS DIRECTORY. The following shows and arrivals on the C. Z. t C. R. R. at Millers aad Cleveland! Ecjnraa Nokth. The Expreu leaves Mil lemburg at 5.25 A. II., and arrives at Cleveland at 9.45. - The A ticomrnodaticm. leave Milleraborg at 2.30 P.M., and arrives at Cleveland at 9.50 Eulnnxs Soero. eeostmoda&Mi leaves Cleve land at 7.00 A, iL, and arrives at Millerebure at 12.40. , -Erpnw leaves Cleveland at 4.45 P. M, aad arrives at llillersburg at 9.05. tfThe mn train running North cob necta at Orrnlle with the East aad West trains oa the F. ft W. A C. B. R. S3T At the late commencement at the Western Reserve College the degree of LL. D. was confered on Hon. Tbomas Ewing. 33ST The citizens of Iowa and Wiscon sin continue to form associations for mu tual protection against horse thieves. The Ohio Statesman announces that the negotation8 for the sa...

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 July 1857

Arrival of the North American. QUEBEC, July 27. The Canadian steamship North can, from Liverpool, Wednesday 15th, ar rived at this port on Sunday night. The steamship Europa, from Boston, on the let, arrived at Liverpool on the 11 tn. The steamship Indian, from Qehef'? the 4th, and the Kherone. fro Portland, arrived at Liverpool on the Ulh. . The Skrew steamer K0, rpool one hour before the North Amen iTand the Washington were to kave Southampton the same nlay. Advices had been received from India by the arrival of the overland maiL In the house of Commons CoL Durdsay moved for production of Secretary Marcy's letter or privateering; but Lord Palmers ton said that it was not officially in the hands of the British Government and could not be produced. After a few remarks from Lord John Russel, and Sir Charles Napier, the motion was withdrawn. ; ' An address to the Queen, adopted, pray ing for the use of means, to put down the African Slave trade and secure the fulfill ment of the treat...

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 July 1857

Laws of Ohio. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT. Txrprovide for tie surrender or transfer of Turn , pike and Plankroad s. - Section 1. J5 enacted by the General As sembly the State of Ohio, yje or plankW compaSy. having f?; tedV coBBtwistedoT Living tae conTntenht to construct any such road through or into ut aWor.uBlief this state, may rehnquisi Hid tomnsfer to the Commissioners of any such county or counties, the whole . or any part of their said road, together with all the rights and privileges appertaining thereto: Provided that in any such transfer to the Commissioners of any count? shall be limited to the part of such jgad within the boundaries of such counties respectively: Provided, that such transfer shall e Wlinoul cuasuuensuoit. See. 2, Such transfer shall be evidenced by the execution of a written declaration signed by the president or other principal officer, and the secretary or other recording officers, and under the seal of said company, and shall take effect and have f...

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. — 6 August 1857

ill ttl J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Terms:-One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1S57. NO. 50. VOL. 1. Poetry. THE KEY TO GREATNESS. BU HARRIET E. FRANCIS. Onward, upward, ever striving, Never halting by the way Thia alone's the key of greatness Strength of all that win the day. Breasting firm the toil and turmoil. That blocks up the path of life: Pressing with an eye undaunted. To the goal amid the strife. Shunning every fair delusion. Which would woo the soul to case, Minding eyes to syren pleasures Careless mortals gladly sieze. Closing cars to envy's whispers, That would crush the spirit down; Hoping, working, never fainting, Till success each effort crown. Ohio Farmer. ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT. AN ACROSTIC. Most persons will agree with me Jn what I'm going to say. If o doubt they fail to practice, for Deceit's the game they play. Tou'll often heara friend inquire, "Oh...

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. — 6 August 1857

J. CASKEY, - - - Editor. THURSDAY,: :AUG. 6,1887 Circalatlon of tbe Republican, One-third larger than any other paper in the eouvty. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shown the time of departures and arrival on the C. Z.iC.li. K. at ilillere- and Clevelaud: The Exvrea leaves Mil lershnre at6.12 A. II., aud arrives at Cleveland at 10.43. ..... . The AetommodatiiM leaven Millersbiirg at 2.15 P. M- aud arrives at Cleveland at 9.40 Ri jbg Soith . Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 6.00 A. il., and arrives at Millenburg at iz.i 1. Exprea leaves Cleveland at 4.40 P. il., and arrives at alillersrnirg at 8.48. rSS-The Express train nmnine North con nects at Orrville with the East and West trains ob the P. Ft. W. 4C.R.E. ISTWe desire to call the attention of parents and others, to the Advertisement of the u Van Buren Academy" in to-day's paper. We have heretofore expressed our opinions as to the merits of this School, and are glad to know that they are concurred in by those who Lave patron...

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. — 6 August 1857

Clippings. Georgia Flocr. The Augusta(Ga) Dispatch says that new superfine liour is dull at nve. dollars per bnrreL wish it were the same here. Sylvester Lind of Chicago, has given his bonds for $60,000, to aid young men in preparation for the ministry, and 40,000 to endow for Professorships in the Theolog ical Departments. An institution, to be called the Lind University is to be located in the village called Lake Forest, about fourteen miles from Chicago. John Bunn lately went to Montgomery, Abu, on the humiliating mission of solicit ing alms, but tho police suspected him and on searching his pockets found $184 iu money and certificates of deposit amount ing $5600. The old rascal being beyond the pale of the law, the police placarded him as "the rich beggar" and let the boys escort him through the streets to the depot. There was a desperate shooting affair at Goldsboro' N. C, on Thursday, Dr. John W. Davis, a prominet citizen, was shot down by 2 German Jews, named Odenhara mer. Da...

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. — 6 August 1857

Laws of Ohio. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT. Making appropriations lor the ferment of in terest on the public debt. Section 1. Be it enacted by the General As temUy of the State of Ohio, That the following sums De ana ttiev are hereby appropriated Iroiu any moseys in the treasury belonging to the sinking fund: For the payment of the semi annual interest to become due on the foreign debt of theState.on the first day of Jul v, lea, anJ Hie nistuay ouanu arv. IftSSjind the semi-annual interest on the do mestic debt of the State, to become due on first day of Mavjuid the first day of .November, 1657, the sums of eight hundred and twenty -six thou sand dollars; For the payment of iulercst on school and trust fund held by the State, one hundred and thirty-three thousand four hundred and twenty dollars ana sixty Gems; For the payment of the salaries of the trans. fer agent aud registrar in the city of New York, ana expenses 01 me iranster agency, five thou' sand dollars. JOSEPH TRUESDELE,...

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. — 13 August 1857

4 J' J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Tcrms:-0nc Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance. MILLERSBUKG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1837. NO. '51 VOL. 1. dJflHlllltll II 1111 fl tfflllf Poetry. DIFFERENCES. BY CHARLES MACKAY. - The King can drink the beet of viae - So can I; " - , And has enough when he would dine - So have I; . - And cannot order Rain or Shine - V"- Korean I. -.'.- ' Then There's the dirti-rence let me see ' : Betwixt my lord, the King, and me? 5- .-''- 'Do trusty friends surround his throne. Sight and day? Or make his interest their own? -I No, not they. . - Jline love me for myself alone ; '-:' . .' ' Bless'd be they! i u And that's one difference which I see, s. v r Betwixt my lord the King, and me. ' -bo knaves around me lie, and wait '.; To deceive?. U ' Or fawn, or flatter, when they hate, .."'; " - -And w.ould grieve? : jOt cruel pomps oppress my state ; - i". ; - By my leave? ;- - Ko! Heaven be ...

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 August 1857

J. CASKEY, - THURSDAY,::::::::::: AUG. 13, 1857. Editor. Circulation Of the Republican, One-third larger titan any other paper in the county. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shows the time of departures and arrivals on the C. Z. & C. R. R. at ilillere and Cleveland: Rtxxixa North. The Erprcu leaves Mil lerRbnrg at 6.12 A. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 10.43. The Accommodation leaves Millersbnrg at 2.15 P. M., aud arrives at Cleveland at 9.40 Kushtsg South. Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 6.00 A. II., and arrives at Millersbunr at 12.17. 5 Exprett leaves Cleveland at 4.40 P. JL, and arrives at Millersbnrg at 8.48. fgThe Exprea train running Xorth con necls at Orrville with the East and West trains on the P. Ft. W. & C. R. R. a 3TWe have several communications on Land which will bo attended to next week. 3TThe attention of farmers and others is directed to the call of the Board of Ag riculture m another column. We hope that our Agricultural Society will not only he ke...

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 August 1857

Speech of Indian Democrat. The political friends of Ex-Gov. Wright, of Indiana recently appointed Minister to Prussia, by President Buchanan gave him a complimentary dinner at Indianapolis a few evenings since. Among the speeches delivered on the occasion we copy the fol lowing remarkable one delivered by Gordon Tanner, Esq, in response to the toast : The President of the United Stales. We copv from the Sentinel the State organ U - t j : ir rp m:j of Democracy in x. nA. Fellow Crr , Gkhtlkmax axd La dies. I not think that I would be called npon here; I am surprised that I should be called npon to respond to this toast; I have been slandered so much; I whom the base men of my own party have sought to crush. Yes, I have been slan AeroA IukpIv! men who call themselves great have sought to crush me. I have been slandered, gentlemen, I have been calumniated ; but the day will come when those who slander me will be crushed by the power of tny ' arm; yea I feel myself able to do this toast...

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 August 1857

Laws of Ohio. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT. Relating to certain proposed Amendments to the Constitution, and tlie publication of this efc and an act therein named. Whearas, the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, three nfUig of the mem Ders elected to each House agreeing thereto, nave proposed fire several amendments to the Constitution, to be submitted to the electors for their ap proval or rejection at the election for senators and rcpreseHtatives, on the second Tuesday of October, 1857, therefore, " Section 1. Be it enacted by the Central As sembly of the State of Ohio, That the electors of the state snau vote upon saiu proposed amend ments at the general election in October, 1857, as herein presericed, riz: - Thorn Toting for amendment' number one shall put upon their ballots these voids, "An nual Sessions Tea"; those Toting against it shall put upon their ballots these words, "An nual Sessions No" '- Those voting for amend ment number two, shall put upon their ballots "Cha...

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