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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 3 December 1857

mm 1 1 1'l 111! I III ri j. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Offlce-Washingtoa Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms:0ne Dollar and Fifty Cents In IdTanee. VOL.2. MILLERSHURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1857. NO. 15. Poetry. DIGGER-AN OVER BALLAD. BY JOHN G. SAXE. -. Come listen 11 while I relate,' : 1- What recently betel . '.' Vat a farmer dowa in Maine, ' . While digging of a welL Full many yard be dog and delved, ' ' And still lie dog in vain; Alack V quoth be. "e'ren water seems . Prohibited i Maine!" And still be dog and del red away, And still the well was dry; The only water to be found -. - Van in the Sinner's eve. For by the breaking of the bank ' ". I- ' That tumbled from its station, r All suddenly his his hope was dashed Of future liquidation ! And now his sands were running fast, And he had died bo doubt, ' But that just when the well caved ia '. He happened to be out. . "Aha! I hare a lucky thought" . Exclaimed this wicked nma To dig anew this curse...

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 December 1857

urn J. CASREY, - ..- . Editor. THURSDAY,::;;:;:::: DEC. 3, 1857. 6Jff" The following personsare nthorized A gent for the Republican. T J. H. Ktxiaid, Kaahvilla. J. H. Sxedickeb, Plimpton. , J.- V.HuTcanaeir, Holroeavflle. Vk. Gcthrie, Fredericdsburg. E. Hall. Berlin, 8. Tidball, ud h. Edwabds. BloomficW. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. Tor BowiBr hoB the time of depart area ud arrivals on the C. Z. fc C. R. E. at ilillurs . borg and Cleveland: -jtciranie lfaktk. The- Erprea leaves Mil lerebnrg at 6.12 A. II., and arrives at Cleveland t 10.43. V The w)mwiiiioi leaves Milkruborg at 2.15 P. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 9,40. ' : Hbjbi! South Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 6.00 A. -SL, and arrives et MUlersbnrc tl2J7 v.iw , . - '; Expreu leaves Cleveland at 4.40 P. M and arrirat 3nUersbnrg at 8.48. ' be Ezpret train mnnine- North eon aea at Ormlleirith the East and West trains on the P. Ft. W. and C. R, B. '' X James G, Bieket. the candidate of the. Liberty party, for President in 1844, di...

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 December 1857

Correspondence of the Chicago Taibune. FROM KANSAS. Gov. Walker Leaves the Territory with his Personal Effects.—No Calt for a Session of the Legislature.—Original Views and Opinions Concerning the Bogus Convention.—Free Fight on Board Steamer Oglesby. STEAMER OGLESBY, Missouri River, STEAMER OGLESBY, Missouri River, November 20, 1857. Xke on& steamer Oglesby is approach W Jefferson City, with passenger list Hori. Robert J. Walker Hon. J. II.- Stringfellow, Hon , Somebody of South Carolina: and your correspondent. Firstly, Gov. Walker came on board at Leavenworth, with the most remarhaoie lot of traveliD" apparatus ever seen oa this Xhoroughfare. Among other portions of . . - ... i .1. v i I i his outnt is uis wnoie rvausas i.urary, uox ed and secured apparently for a long jour ney. ' In addition to this, he Las about two dray loads of miscellaneous freight. comprising, I should say, all the movea ble property belonging to the Governor of Kansas. His kxcelieuoy has not been commu...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 3 December 1857

Poetry. A LITTLE WHILE. Beyond the smiling, and the -weeping, -I shall be soon; 7 Beyond the waking, and the sleeping, Beyond the sewing, Slid reaping, I shall be soon. . Lore, rest, and home! Sweet home! Lord tarry not, hot come. . , . Beyond the blooming and the Hiding, , I shall be soon; , a t Beyond the shining, and the shading. Beyond the hoping, and the dreading, .' I shall be boob. " . . Love, rest, aad home! - ' . Sweet home! ; Lord, tarry not, but come. '., .... . Bcyong the rising, and the setting, I shall be aoon; Beyond the calming, and the fretting. Beyond remembering, and forgetting, I shall be soon. " Lore, rest, and home! Sweet home! " Lord, tarry not,nutcome. Beyond the parting, and the meeting, I shall be soon; -Beyond the farewell, and the greeting, Beyong the pulse's fever beating, I shall be soon. " -Lore, rest, and home! '"" Sweet home! " - Lord, tarry not, but come, Beyond the frost-chain, and the fever, . I shall be soon; Beyond the rock-waste, and the river,...

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 December 1857

4 - I v J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Tenns:-0ne Dollar and Fifty Cents in Adrance vol; 2. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1857. NO. lfc Poetry. From the Lexington Gazette. "IF YOU'RE COMING, Why Don't You Come along." ' ' Twas In a field by an old field ahool. 'Where the boys were romping wild, "' . I noted one, with a shining face, And he was but a child: . .. " And ae lie romped upon the green, 'Willi mind and mnaie strong, .. Anoa he'd cry to the lagging boys, "Why don't yon come along?" '' So said the boy when he spoke. The nan was in that boy, And now his voice round Christendom, ' Rings like a beD of joy; ,- ; far the world has taken up his cry, ' And joined him in his song, -' Now sung by nation in their march: ! ' - "'Why don't you ecme along?" t Come on, pause not, 'tis death to stop, . r The tide is at iU flood; ; Pot men and things are on their march -Halt never, if you would, - '- - That...

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 December 1857

J. CASBLKY, - - Editor. THURSDAY, DEC. 10, 1857. rJTTbe following penxmaara authorized A- genta lor toe ttepnoucaa. . 4. H. Kjxkaid, Nashville. i J. H. Sinofdia, Flimphm, J. 4 W.Huroamam, Holmeavflle, Ww. Gcthct, Fredericdsburg, E. Hall, Berlin, B. Tisull, asd L. Edw aids, Bloomfield, TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shows the time of departures asd arrivals oa the C. Z. A C. B. R. at Millers burg asd Cleveland: . Kcrawa North. Tbe Exprett leave Mil leraburg at 6.12 A. M., asd arrives at Cleveland at 10.43. Tbe Aoeonmodation lea-re Millerebnrg at 2.15 P. M,aad arrives at Cleveland at 9,40. Kumnss 8outh aawwaaiiaion lesTes Cleve land at 6.00 A. M., and arrives at Millereborg Exprtu leaves Cleveland at 4.40 P. M., sad aniwiit Millerebnrg at 8.48. ttf The Exprtu train running North con nects at Ormlle with tbe East and West trains on tbe P. Ft. W. and C. R. R. - Tax News The news from Utah be gins to possess some interest. Hostilities between the troops and Mormons have commenced. 5...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 December 1857

The Chicago Times Stands Fire. List Democratic papers of the Northwest, opposed to Action of the Kansas Constitutional Convention. the'CWMgi r", of DeAfcjber 3d, quotes attacks made upon tbe Northern Democratic opponents of the action of the Kusm Constitutional Convention, charg ' inz all who oppose the Committee's pro "inme with being "Black Republicans," tc, and remarks! - ' "We may best answer these ribald as sault bj stating the names of the Demo cratic papers in the North who oppose this Kansas desecration of even the forms of justice?" . -- Iowa. Dubuque Express, Davenport Democrat, Burlington Gazette, and every other Democratic paper, daily and weekly, in the State, the Dubuque Northwest ex cepted. Wisconsin. Milwaukee JNews, Janes ville Standard, Bellit Herald, Madison Ar gus, and every other Democratic paper, aauy ana wee my, in ine oiaie. Michigan. Detroit Free Prss, and every other Democratic paper,, daily and weekly in the State. Indiana. Indianapolis Sentinel, Lafay ett...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 December 1857

Miscellaneous. Brmrars of thk Steamxk Rainbow. This disaster irhjeh occurred on the Missis sippi river, about ten miles above Napole on, is the most fatal that has happened for Borne time. At least seveuty-five lives are supposed to have been lost Many of them were burned in their berths, and others were drowned in attempting to reach the shore. The lire broke out about 2 o'clock in the morning of the 21st, near the cook boose. The bow of the boat was immedi ately turned to the shore, which she soon reached. The crew and passengers, wbo were on the bow, made their escape with difficulty, the principal loss of life occurring among those who were on the stern. In live minutes from the doscovery of fire the whole boat was wrapped in flames. - As a singular proof of the rapidity of the nre, there were but two or three trunks caved, and those that escaped had nothing on but their night clothes -clothes, money, watches, jewelry, and all were lost, forgot ten in their wild race for life. A...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 December 1857

. v y t r 1 J. Caskcj,'Edltor"an4 Proprietor, Office Washington Street, Third Door Sooth of Jackson. Termsi-One Dollar and Fifty Cents In idrance. : MILLERSB URG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1857. i NO. 17 I Poetry. For the Holmes County Republican. TWO SCENES. BY SYBIL M. ROBINSON. Tie winds were wildly raging, ; The angry tUlowsrere stirred, " ' ' .Jot within a gorgeous mansion, . . The sierra was all unheard, i -'From febandcHcrs, gay lights tbcre streamed. And music as light as air , ", , ... ' . Was breathing forth its joyous peal. '"To the young, the gay, and the fair. j: Tea, the fair and the brave of the land were there, . .And the dance went gaily on 1 . '' , Trough theeonalant night 'till a misty light l Betrayed tbe morning s dawn. -v -' And still without the storm raged on, '."'' As though comfort was everywhere known , And fclt as it was on that fentiTal night, -"; ' 'Where the light in gay chandelier shone. ' h. -J 1 ... . - Bnt alas! not far from that ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 December 1857

e gmiblttan. THURSDAY, DfiCJV - . - mr authorized A- rjrne Juiiowin n ttnUlortheBcpublicaa- " . ";f.H.Knr . J. H. SmtKm Hunp - . : M'x. Gcrmux. Fredericdsburg, . E. Kill, Berlin, .. ' B. TnBALt, and L. Edwards, Bloombeld. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. urea and arrivals on the C.Z.CC.R.B. at Millers- , i i. turg ana leveiaitu: - Konrnre Nosth. The Exprtn leaves Mil- lersburg at 6.12 A. M., aad arriTesat Cleveland -at 10.43. . Tbs AaMmimrLdidm lesves MillpwJinra mi. 2.1 5 f. M., ana arrives at Cleveland at ,4U. Rtnorrse South Accommodation, leaves Cleve land at 6.00 A. M, aad arriTes at MUlerabnrg . Esprta 1 naves Clereland at 4.40 P. V., and arriTes at llillersburg at 8.48. JJTbe Expren train running North con nect at Ormlfe with the East aad West trains on the P. Ft. W. and C. K. R. 3TQni:e a sensation was recently produc ed among the sausage eaters of Philadelphia eity.by the discovery thai an extensive man ufacturer of the article in that city has been working a large lot of horse meat in...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 December 1857

The Ohio Delegation Shaking in The Ohio Delegation Shaking Their Shoes. - Tt i. Un tmt the Ohio De mocratic delegation in the House h unit titration. It also has been asserted dial c .., nnnoaes the Constitution Tirv. :. . atmosphere - probably has changed tbeir weirs, for we see it staled by telegraph to the press a dispatch winch did not reach us as follows : if r Wm. Xawrenca.' of the' Ohio deletra- tion, distinctlj co&tradtcte the statement ' thi tha DnHwrmie members of that del egation have resolved to vote against the I . TT ' A Ua TTtii'iM nnAB aajuissioii ox imip" uiw v. i. uuu the Constitution prepared by the Lecomp There has been neither action nor discussion of the subject among Tho' corresnondent' of the "'New' York Trihtme states also thai fvtnnlnr Piiom Tins given in his adhesion to the Administra tion on this point, ' and the telegraph of a J e ' yrl i yesteruay connrros me repon uicveiana Jierata. A Bakker Cowhidkd bt a Ladv. A correspondent of the Chicago Tribun...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 December 1857

TheiSepublican IS PUBLISHED ITEET THURSDAY. . Wamiictoj 9run, ferine Boon Bonn or Jac" WTiifPcnmo OHIO. y. TERMS 0JF SUBSUJttir"? Mail Subscriber--- ---.--" i 00 Pid witlut the year. r ---- o'SJ After the year . LAW OF NEWSPAPERS.' "" , saiii ft wio o uo gww tl notice- to the contrary, are considered as witting te oration their sub- "t!l'ttf ImbMriber order the dlacoathsaaiue of their pa mm. the noblisber can continue to Mod them until all S. B the subscribers Deflect or return to take their papers frees the alBee to which they are directed; they ire held responsible till they aettle their bills, and order tha wapera dieceoUnaed. . . , . . - - 4. If any subscribers remote to aoothernace witboot Inionnini toe publisher, and their paper is lent to the former directtorythey-are nelffresponaibfai. ' . -- a. The Courts hare decided that refusing fa take a ewapaperrrom Hie oniee, or renmrinr eni fearing rt nn caUad forisprMaaocar en deuce of iaieBtfoBSj fraud - V TERMS OF AD VERTISING: " ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 December 1857

Mil J. Castej, Editor aad Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Termsr-One Dollar and Fifty Tents in ftffuce.. VOL.2. -.J :. MILLERSBUKG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1857. ' NO. 18. Poetry. Poetry. WHY DON'T YOU TAKE THE PAPERS. BY N. P. WILLIS. Why don't rot take the papere? They are the lire of my delight; 'Except about election time, And then I read for spite. . Subscribe, yon ess not loom a cent ' ..; Why should yon be afraid: . For cash thus paid U money lent ,.. On interest, four fold paid. Go then and take the papers, And pay to day nor pay delay, . , ' " , -. And my word it is inferred, , Too '11 lire till you are gray." , ... An old nempaper friend of mine, " ' - : While dying from a eough, - '' Desired to hear the latest news, '' While he was dving off. ' ,. .. : : , - ... . . s " ' : . I took the paper, and I read -. . i Of some new Pills in force; . t .. He bought a box and is he dead? ,?"' " - No hearty as a horse. , - I knew...

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. — 24 December 1857

J. CASKEY, - - - Editor. THURSDAY, DEC. 24, 1857. tyThe fallowing perBOEB are authorised A (tatsfor thr Kepoblicsn. J. H. KntXAiD, Nashville. J. H. SitEDicra. I'liinpU. J. W. Hutobtoww, HoJmewflJe, . Guthbib. Frederiedsbuig. ' E. Hill, Berlin, 8. TnAix, ud L. Edwakds, Bloomfield. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The fallowing shows the time of departures asd arrivals o the C. Z. t C. K. E. atliillers burg and Cleveland: RcinnxB North. The Exprtm lemvea Mil Vrsbure at 6.12 A. M,aiid arrives at Cleveland At 10.43. - The Aceonmodaiion, leaves liOlerBburg at 3.15 P. M., and arriTes at Cleveland at 9,40. Rcmnite South Accommodation. It-aves Cleve land at 6.00 A. K, asd arrives at Miilersborg 112.17. Exprtu leaves Cleveland at 4.40 P. M, asd arrives at Millersborg at 8.48. ' 8"Tbe Emeu train ronninjr North eon sects at Orrnlle with the East and West trains or the P. Ft. W. and C. R. R. Gov. Walker's Letter of Resignation. We publish to-day the letter of Gov. Walker, addressed to the President, re si...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 December 1857

thro mi 'pfo9peet of a ar-wW the Vomons. Mr. Banks replied tier was bere rep .lesentatire from Utah, with the ame Unding thai Cobb Luvd. -1 ttwefow it could not be said tbat we are at war with Uuh. But -there was a prospect of war in anotier direction, from which the Ad ministration could not be reheved bj the iroe of treasury notes- Mr. Wibon argued that Congress ought to prefer to supply' the public neceswues fcy treasury notes, rather than by loans for a long period. There may be no necessity -for resorting to a loan but at the same time, when threatened by a deficiency in the revenue, it is important that the public credit should be maintained. Mr; Bishop supported the bill on the ground that (be notes would go into circu lation, aud be used as a medium of ex- chance. It would meet the necessities the government, and benefit the business of the country,' which is not in as prosper ous a condition as the banks describe. may be true that there is more money than ever in the treasu...

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. — 24 December 1857

Floodwood. --.Am xd adw-twjnwnt :of 1S68 eds.; -nted-- stoat, active man, who feats the Lord, and can cany two hundred weigbW. . . ' It is stated that the ukase abolishing serf dom will published on the 1 7th December, thiT Birthday of the late Emperor ch- he entire military force now in Florida has been ordered to take the field against the Indians. .The State Volunteers num ber 2,000 men. ; , ' ' ' ? 'Kearly two tons of turkey were pre sented lately to the employees of the Bos ton and Worcester Railroad Company for their Thanksgiving dinners. . There is estimated to be $289,000,000 of the precious metals in the country dis tributed as follows: In circulation $167, 000,00; in bank, 160,000,000; in gov ernment raulto,$12,000,000; in plate and jewelry, $50,000,000. ' :One hundred and forty-two thousand six hundred and forty-five pairs of woolen 'socks were knitted by the women of this 21. Y,) State, in their leisure moments in e year 1 855. Their cash value was $46, 297. -" - One hun...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 31 December 1857

res : -; ".3 ;;('; ,S4 :? r.-j " 1 V j; Caskey Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Door Sooth of Jackson. Termsi-One Dollar and Fitly Cents In livsuife. VOL. 2. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1857. mm III III Poetry. From Life Illustrated. LABOR. .'. Xabar witka willing hud, . . Labor with a cheeruJ heart, ", ' .Hum wert made to live and toil, . T ; .Why refuse to do thy part? ' Labor while the rnommgan Lends its cheerful beams to earth " Labor till the tflver moon " ''" Doth proclaim the evening's birth - Labor with thy ragged hands, .". :. .,v. God hath made them for such use . labor with thine active mind, . Serex mental toil refuse. Labor ever while life lasts, . fioon thy heart ahal! cease lo beat ' Labor till thy life shall close, , - Tor its fruits are sure and sweet. Labor oil should lore to toil, ' AH should be its willing friends, Ron e should ever hate to work, " . - Labor God himself defends. ' ' - - . ' . ' -Labor, then, from...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 31 December 1857

J. CASKET, - Editor. THURSDAY, MiHMMlDECL 31,- 1857. t35-The following person are athonxl A jtou Jor the Repnblican. J. B. KrxniD. Nashville. J. H. SirroioEEE, riimpton. - 3. 4 W.HcTonraaoir. Holmeanlle. -. Wir. Gcthbik. Fredericdsbmy. TRAVELERS DIRECTORY. . The JnUowing ahowB the time of departarea and arrivals on the C. Z. 4 C. B. E. at iliUem- borg sod Cleveland: Kenans North. The' ExpraM leares Mil lenbnrg at 6.12 A. M., and arrives at Cleveland atlO.ii The AetommodatUm leaves Mlerebnrg at 2.15 P. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 9,40. Eciomw South Aeeomwtodation leaves Cleve land at 6.00 JL, 1L, aad arrive at Millerabnrg tlXlJ. ... ... : - . . Bxprctt leaves Cleveland at 4.40 P. ST., and arrive at Millereborg at 8.4S. - 3F"The Ezvreu train nmninp North con nect at Orrnlle with the East aad West train w the P. Ft. W. and C. B. B. Carrier's Address. ; : To-morrow, (Friday,) being New Yeaa day, our Carrier will wait upon his pat rons in town, with an Address. Ho hopes they will be ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 31 December 1857

[...] Charagua and California NEW YORK, Dec. 28. Tli'StstoejlJoHlOTii Light, with the Ctiifornm mBs of the 5tb inst, ana 9 0WF,6(H) in treasure. " ueo. n euaer wan (wb"" , , ThiWa.f)S Ship JVbwb mved at Aminwen on the morning of the HLh with denlWiilkeron bonrd, together with the -rms amnjonition, &c, wired at San Jo an Del Norfe. . The Steamer Fashion, CapL CangUin, ailed frdhi-Aspmirall for UobUe on the reoiDtr ot me u - . . ..a J it M. Steam Frimile Bmnawjck UQ C waalApHiwallonthol4U. " --Fort Castillo and the Steamer La Vir pn, Bnlwer C. Morgan and Ogden, were Uken by CbL Frank Anderson and CO men on the Sib.-" ' : . r - ' " '-' Gen. Walker and all his men surrender ed priaonera of war to Com. Paulding on the 12th.- , ' -The U. 8. Sloop of War Saratoga left San Juan Del Norte with 150 officers and men of General Walker' army for Nor folk. - " ' ' : ' ' CaptEogle, of the Wabash, came by the Northern Light aa bearer of dispatches tp the Government. "'Gen Walker came passenger ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 31 December 1857

Mr. Merrill's Land Bill. if.- tSrVrill tX Vermont has Introduced bill into B House, providing for m dis tribution of tLe Public Lands to the old State in proportion to the n amber of their Representatives. The produce resulting from the sale of these lands is to be appro priated to the endowment of Agricultural Colleges, and nothing else. . We hope this bill infl become a law, as it is our opinion that the lands could not be devoted to a better purpose. . By uus means, aiso, we lands will not be put into the hands of un principled speculators, whose only end, aim, and object b to make themseles rich,1 at the expense of the producer. This has been the case, to a very great extent, with the land appropriated to building railroads, and for this our fanners who emigrate to the prairies of the "West have to suffer. Were the lands in the possession of the eovereifim . States,, the v. would, be much more likely to sell at reasonable prices in small quantities to actual settlers, especial l...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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