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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 29 October 1857

II III III I I y III feu : ; j Cskf yi Editor and Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Terms:-0ae Dollar and Fifty Cents ia dTaneie. VOL. 2. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1857. NO. 10. Poetry. THE LITTLE "TRUNDLE-BED." THE LITTLE "TRUNDLE-BED." BY DR. A. HILL. e j,ave s load little tnwmre. " : joyous and bright as the mom, ' ' ' f lyed without stint or racaMife.' ' 4 Ever rise it was born. ' ' Tis a dear little girl, and her golden hair ("Falls in-risgletB bright er ber forehead lair. ?V '-.-. . ' ; -.. ( ;. - ;iAsd close by theaidc of our bed, . - J,; : This precious little bundle . - - : .. Every night is laid - -Snng in her little "trundle;" v- ;. r : - Smiling bo sweet, that it sometimes seems - ,. Good angels most talk to the child in her dreams ,1 " .And every night she comes, . Weary of frolic and play, " ..,. Then softly her vesper hums, ' " " And kneels by her bed to pray .' . And then, as soon as her prayers are said,...

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. — 29 October 1857

ran. J. CASKEY, - -: - - Editor. THURSDAY,:: OCT. 29, 1857. Clrcmlatloa of the Republic" ttnttlbr the Republican-J.H.KixAn,-""f-J. E. Sirewcx"- Phznpton, t j a W.HomJBrwww. HolmTille. OpTsma, Fredericdsbnrg, ' E. Ball, Berlin, ' 8. TnAU and L. Enwiaiw. Bloomfield. TRAVELERS DIRECTORY. The fcllowing shows the time of departures arrival on the 0. Z. 4 C. It R. atMillers . bargsad Cleveland: .Rujwwa North. The Ezprtn leaves Mil Jereborg at 6.12 A. 1L, and arrive at Cleveland at 10.43. - The A&ommodatiim leaves MUlensbcrrg at 2.15 P. M, aad arrives at Cleveland at 9,40. . Rmmnro South Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 6.00 A. M., aad arrives at Millersburg at 12.17. - Exprm leaves Cleveland at 4.40 P. M, aad arrives at Millersburg at 8.48. lyThe Express train rnnninfr North eon keels at Ormlfe with the East sad West trains on the P. Ft. W.andC. R.R.. . Beat This Mr. A. McCulak left with us a few days ago, a single stock of - Egyptian Wheat (so called,) on which there were thirty th...

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. — 29 October 1857

Minnesota Election---Gross Frauds. The St. Paul Minnetolian of the 20tli - pnblishea the reported and official nmjon- - ties for Governor from 59 conntiea. Dearly - the whole State. -. The footing are Kabeey, - r vi: onri' Siblev. Democrat. 8158. So tloee w the contest. 5or. ULedarj irrites from St Paul to r the Ohio Statesman on the 17th, that "the : - State ticket entire, the three members of - Congress and a majorities in both branches f the -Legislature.", This is highly proba ble, as the Minnesolian of the 20th as serts that 5C0 illegal voles were polled in St. Paul; that at St. Anthony and Min- UCBJiWiliOU " ' one poll to auother and their votes were taken at each ; that in the little county of v rvi nnm i n nits ucumuauu uianHnv siou- ble tne legal voters m me county ; tnat at ilendota the Democratic majority is larger than the entire vote of the precinct; that at Invergrove the Democratic - majority is 80 when 50 would be the full and honest -vote of the precinct; and that t...

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. — 29 October 1857

Poetry. From the Ohio Farmer. SPEAK GENTLY. BY LIZZIE G. BEEBE. Speak gently oh, one word of lore ' c Hay aoothe the brakes heart; Little we know the healing balm T'i Lore 'a magic tones impart. " Speak genUyrery gently.. , , , . To the merry little one; ' ' For harsh and cruel words may marr ; - The yonnj life jt begun. '--''- Speak gently, mother to thy son; J J . ' Speak to him soil and low; For gentle words, like precious seed,. ;. . Hay take deep root and grow. " . . Speak gently to the erring; i '. For lore, with magic power. Hay find within his desert heart ' - , Some sweet, but hidden flower. ,' jSpeak gently oh, how gently! -To the weary and oppressed. ; : . Foe love may help to lighten . . .. The burden in his breast, - . - "v Speak gently to the aged man; - For gentle words may bring . -. ' ' . Back to the winter of his heart. ."' The melodies of Spring. r Speak gently, gently, one and all, . " . Far gentle words impart ' A soothing influence, like the dew, - To fed! upon...

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. — 5 November 1857

1 1 fif f iriift- -4 - 4 A- ; -. 5t VC; .'"-i"f-'s' ti t spoor's ..-f. J.:CaskJ EiUor. ai Proprietor. 'Office TWrd Door Son t Jackson. Terms:-0nc Dollar and Filly Cents in Adranee. VOL. 2. - '. --- ; .-' ; a , MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1857. NO. 11. Jib i!P J y iv ijwjy " t..-..- ..... ' '" - " .-' - . .'.'7' Poetry. TO MY COAT. ONE OF BERANGER'S MOST FAMOUS SONGS. Though hardly worth one paltry groat, ' TBooYt dear to me, my poor old coat; For full ten years I've brushed thee clean; v And bow, like roe, thon'rt old and wan;' With both; the glowof youth is gone; , i,,'But, wan and shabby as thou art, - . . "Thon aod the poet shall not port,. , H'Tesot-fcrgot the birthday ere When first I donned thy glossy sleeve, 7 When jovial friends, in mantling wine, . Drank joy -and health to me and mine, Qur indigence let some despise, 9 We're dear as ever in thine eyes; - ' 'And for their sakes, old as thou art. ' Thou and the poet shall not part, " .. , Poor coat...

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. — 5 November 1857

J. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY,:::::::::::: NOV. 5, 1857. fyThe fcllowing persons are authorized A . gtais for the Republican. J.H. Knttiim Nashville. J. H. Sksmoko. Plimpton. J. lb W.HuTOHnwoir, Hdroesrilla. Wm. Gothbii, FredVricdsbuzg. JL. UlJ,BrUH, - Bl fi.M B. Tmau, sad ad JU. mr " TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The fallowing to- the time of departures MdinM on the C. Z. A C. R. R. at Millers burg ad Cleveland: - Konns Jvobtb. The Kxprat leaves : Mil krsbnrg at 6.12 A. II., and arrives at Clevelaad at 10.43. ' The Aixommodation leaves Millerubnrg at 2.15 P. &L, and arrives at Cleveland at 9,40. "Rcjothg South Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 6.00 A. M., and arrives at Millersburg atizaf. , - Expreu leaves Cleveland at 4.40 P. M and ' arrives wl jnuierBourg ax o.o. "Ml The Expreu train raiiniBr North cob aeets at OrmlTe with the East and West trains on the P. Ft. W. and C. R. R. :- Religious Notice. " Rev. Wm. Campbell, will preach in the Presbyterian Church, at Millersbarg, on...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 5 November 1857

Our Matters With Utah. Great Danger of a Conflict between the Mormons and United States Troops. Th IT..& Utah expedition, which left last Summer for the purpose or coinpeu . ior Brighaiu Young nJ his horde of big- Vanitta. trt cuhmitto the uthonty at Wash ing h at last advice dated 5th of Sepfc, leached within- 900 miles of its des- tination. Many of .the cattle and mules belonging to the expedition were giving oat and dying, on account of the poor feed : along the line of the road. . The expedition numbers about 2,000 men, and is under command of CoL John son.. A portion of the expedition were at tacked by a band of 200 Indians between the North and South Platte River. A feint was first made by them on the root cf the train, and whilst the men were pre ' paring for an attack from this quarter, the Indians suddenly fell upon the rear, cut r'ting. off five of - the wagons, and killing three of the men. The remainder of the train was immediately "corroded," thus forming a rode for...

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. — 5 November 1857

Clippings. A recent census of the city of Dubuque shows a total population of 15,057. The increase in the Wbold population since Sep tember, 1856, is 3723, or a fraction over 80 per cent. .: .... The New Bedford Five Cents Savings Bank have just declared their fourth semi annual dividend of 8 per cent - The amount on deposit is $160,000, and the bomber of depositors 5150. A Ut AhIp-A Chicago, Oct 12, says, "The weather is very fine here, but bsi neas is very 6oe -too so fine you cannot see it without the aid of a microscope." -, v'The Tribune's Washington correspon dent stales that the President attributes the present commercial distress, in part, to the last reduction of the tariff! The Everett House,' New York has re duced its price of board to two dollars per day, on account of the abundance of the harvest and the' decreased price of provis- A joung lady was asked recently how she could possibly afford in these hard times, to take music lessons. "Oh T said she, ".Confine myself t...

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. — 12 November 1857

' . A f? ' " HI - - ;lillllf J. Caskej, Editor and Proprietor. OfficeWashington Street, Third Door Sosth of Jackson. Terms-One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Adrknte, VOL.2. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1857. N0.12. Poetry. For the Holmes County Republican. HOME'S FAREWELL. BY SUSANNA G. BOOTH. Fsreweli to my dear rural home, " -; t Sweet scenes of mj childhood, adieu; : ' t Thy memory 111 ever embalm ft . i ; : .--.T?-WiU team, while I wander from you. ' f Thy meadows, thy groves, every Book, Thocgh lone and sequestered they be, ' -.; Oa th tablet at uemdry engraved, ----- Ad there will be cherished by me. ' i i:- ' .-, r The broad speeding oaks oa the hilla v - The spring that pushes out at their feet, : ' The orchard, the garden, the green, . ' . ';. J ' At ev aing my favorite retreat.; , j . ; -" ' When lingering admiring the sua , ,. . . . sit sank 'aeath the western hill, j. I've strayed till the moon's silver light -jj. . Shown out, and nature was still...

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 November 1857

J. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY,::::::::::: NOV. 1?. i8S7. JfThe following persons are authorised A gtnts for the Republican. J. H. Kotaid, Nashville. .. J. H. Sxkdickxs. Plimpton, . J. 4 W.HFTonnwoK, Holmeanlle, . ... " ; . - Wm. Guthet. Fredericdsborg, E.R11X, Berlin, 8. Troanx, and L. Edward. Bloomfield. circulation f tMe Republican, One-4JurdIargcr than any other paptr t (A anmfy. TRAVELLERS' DIRECTORY. . The following shows the time of departures and arrivals on the C. Z. A C. R. K. atliillers- . bnre and Cleveland: KcinaxB Noeth. The Exprtx leaves MH lersborg at 6.12 A. M., asd arrives at Cleveland at 10.43. The AonmmodaUon leaves HiUersborg at 2.15 T. M, and arrives at Cleveland at 9,40. EcmasG Soctb Accommodation leaves Cleve , land at 6.00 A, iL, and arrives at MUlerebnrg 1 Expren leaves Cleveland at 4.40 P. II., and arrives at Millerebure at 8.48. tar The Exoreu train rnnninar North con nects at Orrville with the East and West trains on the P. Ft. W. and C. E. R. Offic...

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 November 1857

Kansas Affairs. - - - telle, wnunz from leavenwortn, -:. 29th. nvsi ' The last proclamation of die Governor, MikWiwing to rejection of twelve hundred fraudulent rotes McGee county, hasexas- . . t 1 TVimrwritji fwvnna ; 11 bounda. They feel the more bitterly, because this gives tne free otaie men a - .Up oriT of two-thirds. The Legis lature will stand 24 Free State to 15 Dem- 'Perots, and toe council V free estate to ' Democrats, making 23 Free Slate men to 18 Democrats over two-thirds. Another correspondent of the same pa , per writing from Lecompton, Oct. 29th, with reference to the Convention now there -in session, says: . At a secret caucus it was resolved by a majority to -go on and frame a Constitu tion with two separate clauses, one for ' and one against slavery, and to submit the wbale to a vote of the people. iuB mure uiua memoers, aowever, pro Tt- . 1 . . I , tested against submitting it to a vote of the people, and even threatened, if this res olution u persisted in, to go...

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 November 1857

A Dreadful Worm. Who has Hot heard of rattlesnake or copperhead f An unexpected right of either of these reptiles will nuke even the lords of creation recoiL ' But there is specie of worm found in various parts of this State, which conveys a poison, of a nature so deadly, that when compared with it, the venom of the rattlesnake is harm less. .To guard oar readers against this foe to human kind, is the object of the present communication. . - y t .; . This worm varies much in size!" It is frequently n inch through; ; but as it is rarely seen, except when coilod, its length can hardly be conjectured. It is of a dead lead color, and generally lives near a spring or small stream of water, and bites the un fortunate people who are in the habit of going there to dnnfc. lne brute creation it never molests. They avoid it with the same instinct, that teaches the animals of Peru to shun the deadly Cora. Several of these reptiles have long infested our settlement, to the misery and 'destructio...

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 November 1857

(if: ((fix iff ftlfHt 4 J, Caskej, Editor and Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Tenns:-0ne Dollar and Filly Cents In AdTanto VOL.2. MILLERSBTJRG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1857. NO; 13. mm VV. Ill in v i i in in Poetry. LIGHT FOR ALL. FROM THE GERMAN. Ton cannot pay with money . . The million sobs of tail, , . The sailor on the ocean, . :. The peasant ob the soil. The laborer in the quarry, i The heverof the coal; . . Tour money pays the band. : . But it cannot pay the aouL . Ton gaze on the cathedral, Whose turrets meet the sky, Ramember the foundations That in earth and darkness lie; For, were not those foundations . So darkly resting there, .' Ton. towers op could never soar " ' . So proudly in the air. ' ' . The workshop most be crowded -. . -That the palace may be bright; . If the plowman did not plow, . Then the poet could not write. . Then let erery toil be hallow'd That man performs for man, 'And hsTe its share of honor .As ...

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 November 1857

Kan. mt msm u ' jr.-- -r J. CASKEY, .... Editor. THURSDAY,::::::::::: NOV. 19, 1857. tThe following persons re aultiorixed A gtata for thr Bcpnblicaa. J. H. EntKAn, Nashville. J.H. Skeihckib. Plimpton. J. W. Hcroiinfsox, Holmesnlle, . r Wh. Gothbu. Frederiedsbnrg. S. TioBAii, and Epy-tEPS, Bloomfield. .v cirenlatlon Kepubllcan, TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. Tie fcUowiae shows the time of departures and arrinls ob the C. Z. fc C. fi. R. at AUllers- borg ud Cleveland: Jicsiinra North. The Exprea leaves Nfl lersbare at 6.12 A. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 10.43. . Theaeommodation leaves Hillenbarg at 2.15 P. 1L, and arrives at Cleveland at 9,40. : KtHMS o Socth A eammodaUon leaves Cleve land at 6.00 A. M, and anires at Millerstrarg at 12.17. - : . Szpreu leaves Cleveland at 4.40 P. M., and arrives at Millersborg at 8.43. The Sxprett train ranninp North con nects at Orrville with the East and West trains on the P. Ft. W. and C. R. R. X"See George W. Elliott's adver tisement for Agents headed...

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 November 1857

Correspondence of the N. Y. Tribune. Indiana. Crops—Prices—Times—Money—Food —Work. EVANSVILLE, Ind., Oct. 31, 1857. The panic". h but little effect in this quarter. ; Onr banks, both Suw nd Slock, nx.tii.no tn tav specie, una say mat tney will continue to do so. .Thcj ore well for- t',HcA In the way of discounts and loans, am however doing nothing. Our Trn and praneries are full to overflowing. S ever were there such crops; but as the farmers are ont of debt as a general uirog, they will not sell, except at their own pri- -ces, and these they cannot gei. orn is hawked about the streets at 20 to 30 cts. bushel ; potatoes 30 cents; apples a drug; and everything but bacon at prices never lower for many years. So you se we shall not starve. 1 wish the operatives in your rnanuwclunes and., workshops who have been discharged for want of work, could come out here. They would be hospitably received, and find employment, and be made snug and comfortable for tie Winter with tbeir fam.lies. .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. — 19 November 1857

From the Cincinnati Gazette. The Romance of Western History. Where is the West! Like tie indefina ble horizon, it is -constantly retreating. - we IflougDt it was bat s, short way on, ana now it is beyond the Mississippi, and far way on the shores of the P acific - The Islands of the Ocean and then the Old World, East, will be our West! To those of our readers who are new to this region, we would say, that Ohio and Kentucky were only a short generation since, the West; then Indiana and Illinois were the Far West. . It was in those days, and in the Valley of the Ohio, that Judge Hall laid the scene of very interesting Tolume called The Romance of Western History. Like all his works, it is elegant ly written, smooth and pleasant, but to those whose reminiscence lie back among the Pioneers, or who in their boyhood asso ciated with- them, this Romance, albiet jess romance man I act, bag a peculiar zest It brings np, like a good picture taken in other days, the dress attitude and appear a...

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. — 26 November 1857

15 IHlriMr Ik I sfV . iirMr tan r ' vi j. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor Sonth of Jackson. Terms:-0ne Dollar and Filly Cents In Advance VOL.2. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, ia57. NO. 14. i ii i in ii i r hi in i ii Poetry. For the Republican. "Our Loved Ones have Gone Before." BY SYBIL M. ROBINSON. Our loved one. have passed to Uieother aide, To a land of pore delight; . ; They have safely crowed o'er Jordoa s tide, - And, with regal honors bright. - They are congregated around His throne, j In a land lrhere sorrow is never known. . They are reigning now, fur their work is done . - In this world of darkness and night. ' ."All sadly we saw them fading away, . And we grieved with then to sever, For we would that longer had been their stay, But alas! alas! they never life, Shall mingle with us as w journey through la this transient home of contention and strife, Where feelings of enmity are even rife. . For they've crossed...

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. — 26 November 1857

k icpul)iican. J, CASKEY, - - -' - Editor THURSDAY,::::::::::: NOV- 26, 857. gents for the Bcpublican. J. H. KrmuD, A'ashville. . J. H. Skkwoeks, PliniptoS, 3. W.Hctcbwocmc, Holmesville, : ; -Wjr. Gcthbk, Fredericdsbwg, E. Haia, Berlin, S. Tnix, aad L. Edtailds, BloomfltlJ. , , : Circulation of the BevabUeaa thtf-iiird larger than any Other paper in the tmmty. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shows the time of departures and arrivals on tire U. Z,. U. li. SU at Jlillcre- baresad Cleveland: - Kotoito Nobth. The Erpnm leaves Mil lersburg at 6.12 A. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 10.41 The Aeeomrnodattim lenves Millersbnrg at 2.15 P. M., asd arrives at Cleveland at 9,40. - BuxxniG SouTH--Jonirfo leaves Cleve land at 6.00 A. M., and arrives at Millersburg alVJ.il. E'rprat leaves Cleveland at 4.40 P. M ., and oniTes at JfiUureburg at 6.43. jyThe Expreu train running North con nects at Orrville irith the East aad West trains m the t. Ft. W. and C. R. B. 3T Congress meets next Monday. ...

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 November 1857

The Kansas Fraud. The full extint of the lost great fraud perpAnited id Kansas by the Constitution id Convention, cannot be known until the details of that iostruicetit are published. One thing is true, that that Constitution, with or without the clause upon which on ly the people Me to be permitted Jo vote, fastens slavery in Kansaj. Iftlu Consti tution should be silent on the subject, Kan sas would be Slave Slate, inasmuch, as the Supreme Court, in the Dred Scott case have proclaimed that slavery exists in the territories; and President Buchanan in his letter to the Connecticut gentlemen says, slavery .'does now. exist in Kansas, and it is a matter of surprise that any one should doubt that fact Of course slavery now . being in Kansas, while a Territoiy, noth ing save ah express prohibition t the Con stitution of Kansas, when it shall be a State, can make it a Free State. Thus it mat ters not Low the people of Kansas vote on the new Constitution, by that constitution Kansas is doo...

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 November 1857

Miscellaneous. Bodt Foitkd Coroner's Ikqcxbt. Coroner bell received intelligence, this morning, that the body of u unknown man had been found opposite Scott's ranch, on tno Sacramento nver, about o nuiea w low the city. In company with Mr. True, he went down and held an inquest over the remains. From papers found aooui tbe person of deceased, there is but little doubt that his name is Alvah M. Goodin, and that he is the person who was tnock vl overboard from the Sloop North Star, about ten days ago. One of the papers referred to was a due-bill or note in favor of A. M. Goodin, and signed by Andrues Lorel fe Co, for 1101 22, dated Mosquito UreeB, Duue uouniy. .a. second paper was a bill of sale, setting forth that A. M. Goodin ard I. Yubnck, on the 28th of Oc tober, 1853,-sold to H. A. Provor and Isaac Moore the "Lassen House," at Whis ky Diggins, (county not named.) A third paper is a letter" dated Mount Eaton, Wayue County, Ohio, April 7th, 1857. This letter is from Thomas Millard,...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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