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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 22 April 1858

9 mm; m ii J. Caikej, Elltor and Proprietor;; . !; Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. 1 Terms:0ne Dollar and fifty Cents in Afamtti T0L.2. , MILLERSBURG, IIOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 1858. V f NO, 35, Poetry. LINES. Addressed to — of the Millersburg Rand. There in a lodger Urea m tb first floor, (My lodging are p is tW garret J ; ' AtBMaa4atMoraktakethahorB , . , .And tmllrth bia Brighton to abare it, ' A bora ao long, and a born ao strong -V $ trofc&rfeow flurr can bear it. ' t . i 4tVt mean ib ay that be drink. For tbat were a joke wr a Band; feat,Tery one knows U, be nigbt and dajr blows it;- t vlab he'd blow oat like a candfo! kig horn is po long, ad he blows it so strong, " Be would made Handel Byefftbe handle. fej taking a horn I don't bint t . . 4 Thai be swigs either ram, gin, or whuky; tt'e me who drink in his din worse than gin, r ' His strains that attempt to be f rUkr, ' feat are grtewonsly sad- A donkey, 1 add, - - Is as aanaicil, brajia...

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. — 22 April 1858

The Flood in the Lower Mississippi. Issiuui. Dispatches received from JTew Orleans on the 9tbf report the irate of the turbu lent Mississippi op to the trp of the levee, Mid that great fears were entertained that the city would be overflowed. The Louis ville Journal of Saturday says : The amount of suffering entailed and damage done by the overflow is immense. The latest intelligence we have is by the steamer Diana. She reports the levee broke at the late John L. Martin's place tad on the opposite side. Also, at Cen tral Landing and at various other points. On the Mississippi aide the river was over the levee.' At Napoleon some twenty- three deer were killed in one day inside of the town, which bad been driven in ly the flood. A great deal of property was de stroved. Her officers saw at one place below Na poleon horses standing in the porch of a private dwelling, and any number of cattle standing in water up to their sides. Hogs were standing about in the woods on logs. The town of ...

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. — 22 April 1858

The End Coming. Some of the leading Second AdventisU in Newnrlf, New Jersey, have again set a wul iV,o rWnietioti of toe world trofessihe to bve discovered the errors of their previous eaicu"", - nally ascertain"" " regard tbe recent financial depression and the prevailing religious excitement as signs nf tbe US otya. uj mo Europe they expect to bear of the destruc tion of the city of Rome, and this will por tend lie conflagration of the world next maimer. : The. prophesy of Lord Rosse, t, ;irnnomer of England, that the com ing summer win be the hottest ne ever known, is thought to favor the hope of a general conflagration gggr The Missouri Free-Soilera, embol dened and animated by their success in the commercial and political capitals of that State, propose to try their hand in the Stale election coming off in August The Jefferson City Enquirer, of the 10th, says "Old foprism is no more, the charm is broken, the death fcnell is ringing in their ears! They have lost their grasp m th...

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. — 22 April 1858

The Republican IS rCBLBHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY J". OASKBY, Winocin SrBixr, Tins Dooi Socth or J-icseox MILLERSBURG, OHIO. TERMS oFSUBSCRIPTJON: Mail Subscribers tsi advance. ...... $1.50 paid within tie year..... ; 2.00 After the year expires 2.50 7KS .1 IT OF NEWSPAPERS. 1. Snbribn Vho do not etr erprnw notice to the contrary, ars consitlered as irishing to continue tbelr sub scriptions. : 8. If subscribers order the dianmtiniunee of their pa per, the publisher can continue to Bend them until all arrearages an paid. a. It the anbsu iters TMeet or refuse in take their paper from the office to which they are directed, thej are held responsible till they nettle their bills, and order the papera discontinued. 4. If any aobaeriben remoTe tnaaottWpUre vithoat Inrornrmg the aabHsher, aad their paper u sent to the . former direction, they are held responsible. a. The Cenrte ban decided that rafuetair to take a newspaper from the office, or remorine; and leering it un called for, U jrimefmci...

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. — 29 April 1858

r? : in I! 1 ;: ...-"; j. CasLej, Eilior anf Proprietor. OScfWasbiogfon Street, Third Bor Soath of Jackson. Terms-One Dollar and fifty tents fa IdTantf . MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APKIL 29, 1858. NO. 3G. i if ,i a w i w i ! n I 1 t I ' Poetry. THE DOOMED MAN. i' Tk folowiafr liaeawere written Welve years -ago by. Rev. J. Addiaoa Alexaader, D. !.. 1'ro fcaanr in the Theological Kemin&rr at Prince Sows, N. J., and have beea published bnt once 4jgfore.- WW. while the religions interest w to -broad and deep n oar country, tbtj are ezered Angly appropriate, and ought to be widely cir culated:. -' J "". I, There is a lime, we know ot when ; t ,r! A point, we know pxt where, : ,,.Thal mark the destiny of men " ' -;: ifa"! 01 despain ft . - .- ' '?. 'c There i a liae, by wuasceti. '-' -!;-:; Which crosses every patb, ' ' ' ;i The hidden bouadary between-- "- -a "1 God's patieaee and his wrath. : - ; : t-4tlo pass that limit. i to die; - .1 . ...,,-Tvdieaaifbjr stoaJih ...

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 April 1858

THE REPUBLICAN. J. CASK.EY, - - - - Bi'- THURSDAY,:::::::: APRIL 29, 1858. EJThe fcHowinf peraon.are authorixed A otatt fcr the BepubbcaB. J. H. Kotaid, Nashville. J. H. Sinrwc. riimptoB, J A W.Hctchihsox, Holroesnlle, , . , " Wx. GtrrHUX. Fredericksburg, E. Haix. Berlin, ' g TrciAit, and L. Epvabm, Blobmueld. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. ' The following shows the time of departures ad arrivals on the C. Z. 4 C. E. R. at Millers burg aad Cleveland: ' ' Dmntva Kmtw T1ia Pjwu Wm f 11- krobnrg at 6.05 A. M, aad arrive at Cleveland atlU.40. . The Aotommodatxon lenves MillersWrg at 1.35 v u . r t A . in An Kuxkiko Socra Accommodation leaves eleve ns a at 3.13 a. jn,., ana arrives at aiuiereDurg atl2J25. Srprem leaves Clereland at 4.15 P. V, and arrives at Millersburg at 8.40. rgfThe Erpreu train running North con nect at Ormlfe with the East and West trams ea the P. Ft. W. and O. B. R. "Another annual Woman's Bights Convention is to be held in New York, on the 18th and 14th of May. f3T The cent...

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 April 1858

Steam Boat Racing--Furnaces Fed With Rosin and Turpentine Fed With Rosin and Turpentine--Fire and Loss of More than Twenty Lives. - The burning of the steamer Ocean about five milea abore St. Louis, on Thurs day last, was one one of tbe roost criminal instances of recklessness ever recorded. Two passengers on Uie boat give statements wbich show tbe following facts. Tbe Spray left SL Louis bound for Peoria on tbe Illinois river, and the steamer Sanni hal followed a abort way behind, bound for Keokuk ton the Mississippi. Tbe Han nibal and Spray commenced itnmdiately to race; the firemen on tbe former boat feeding tbe furnaces with rosin. Mr. Den nison, of Lynchburh, Ohio, gives the fol lowipg: 'When the, Ocean Spray was within jiboat a mile of where sue toot tire, the saw the Hannibal City gained on her, and the command was given to put turpentine in. tbe furnaces. lie says he had been very much interested in the race, and had taken a position in front, where the steps come . rlrtwn 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 April 1858

LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 57.] AN ACT. Making Appropriations for "the paTment of Interest on. Use 'FjeJBek.. i. .' Section 1. ', it enacted by th General As sembly of Vie State of Ohio, That the following sums be, and they are hereby appropriated from any moneys in the treasury belonging to tne sinking fu&d: ' '-' For the pay meat of the semi-annual uteres! lo become due oa the foreign debt of the State, b ih. find rfav of Jul v. 1853, and the first day of January, 18o9; and the semi-annual interest on the domestic debt of the state, to become doe on the first day of Hay, and the first day of November, lax, toe sum of eight lion area and fifty thousand dollars. . . :. . r- For the payment of interest on Behoof and trust funds, held by the state, the sum of oae hundred and forty -irv thousand dollars. .-.--For the payment of the salaries of the trans fer agent, and registrar, is the tyf Kew York expenses of the transfer agency, ad fund eora- su inousana Speaker 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. — 6 May 1858

i t. -.- it ih J. Caskej, Editor and Proprietor. ,4 OSee-Washington Street, Third Door So til h of Jackson. Xerms:-0ne Dollar and Fifty feate in i'dr'acre VOL. 1 MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1858. NO." 37. SViffT IS -ill LAWS OF OHIO. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 56.] AN ACT To establish the Independent Treasury of , ; ... the bUte of Ohio. , 5, section L... Be it enacted ly tlie Gen eral Attembly of the Slate of Ohio, That the rooms assigned to the treasury ot state, in the capitolnt Columbus, together with the sales, vaults and other proper and 'necessary means for the security and safe ieeiiineof the public money thereto be longing, shall constitute the treasury of the state of Ohio, and the treasurer of .jstate shall be required to use the treasury so constituted as the ole since for the deposit and safe keeping of the money of tire state; and the money in the treasury shall not be drawn or paid out except in the manner hereinafter p...

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 May 1858

JT. CASKET, Editor. THURSDAY, MAY. 6, 1858. rsy-The following persona are authorised A Bt8fortheJBrpobUa. j.H. KnrctiD, Nashville. JH.Snwcki. Plimpton, 3. fc W.HcrcHncsoK, Holroesville, ) ? Wm. Gcthkii. Fredericksburg, i-;; , E. Hall, Berlin, S. TiDBiLt, and L. Edwaim, Bloom field. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shows the time of departures "ud arrivals on the C. Z. A C. R. R. at Millere- bare and Cleveland: : . - ' Kuaimia Kokth. The Erprea leave Mil . Jereborg at 6.05 A. Maad arrive at Cleveland - at 10.46. .. : .:.-: . The AceommodatUm leaves Millerebtrre at 1.35 P. M and arrives at Cleveland at 10.00. - - Rl iraiHG Softh Accommodation leave Cle ve land at 5.15 A. M., and arrive at Jiillerebarg USU85. : . 1 Exrmu leaves Cleveland ai 4.15 P. M., and ... . . a in arrives at MiliersDirrg mo.w. . " rar-Tli WrnrtoLM train runnmir Iiortb eon '" nects at Orrnlle with the East and West trains oa the P. Ft. W. and U. H. a. - "The subscription to pay Lamar- ' line s debts is a failure...

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 May 1858

Mormon News. ' - Th Near York"Zmt hs long letter! from Leavenworth City, which mjs: .: it wta'my fortune to meet here Freder irV Tenta bp -x-Hiirh Priest of the Hot- 'faons, who escaped reomtly from Salt Lake ith hi fiimiJv, and in this city. TTo ;. native of Switzerland, a nan of OTeaLintolligence and liberal education, an accomplished linguist, and possessing rare "tnvarsauon&l cowers. - lie nas iraveieu nmr and is familiar with every part of Eo rope, .was distinguished in his own land and in Russia for his scientific attainments, fcnd was formerly a prominent official in his native town of Lausanne.. JJut not withstanding all this, he became a victim to the strange delusion of Mormonism, and attested- bis sincerity by forsaking his high honorable and independent position at home and journeying with his family to Salt Lake in 1854, in the confident expectation to find there tue .ion of (iod towards which his (cultivated enthusiasm and intense relig- ions zeal baa turned with 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. — 6 May 1858

(Continued from first page.) kind, together with all other property, bonds, securities, claims, assets Had effects WongiBg to trie state or to say 'eounty'oT township or or ganized city ia this state ss the case may he, -sad neither the outgoing treasurer -nor his se curities shall be discharged from bis or their..' abmty to theetstt dt to y eotmty or townstup or organised city ia this state a. the se. he, nntUttUent,WnBt and delivery of books, accounts, Toocbere, omcial papers, property, bdnds, securities, claims, assets and effects ind other paper nd eorrespodeiH hereinbefore enumerated shall have been made. Sec. 23. Immediately after the taking effect s,i ,,;a mht 'there shall be appointed by the cor- 'ernor, y;Sad Vidithe advice amdossent of Ithe senate, a comptroller 01 me treasury nosu term of office shall con tin ne until his successor Is elected tad qualified as is hereinafter provi ded, and at the annual election in October, lboS, and every three years thereafter, there sha...

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 May 1858

HI it i - i I. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms-One DoMar and Fifty Cents in idTanttv Vol. 2. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1858. NO. 3a. mm M III I in in H III III U Poetry. LINES. DEDICATED TO A BEREAVED MOTHER. Listen, listen, on the r air. Patter, patter, little feet; little voices everywhere, ' ' , tame to greet thee, soft and lweet. And an angel oa the stair, 'Cornea to watch them playing there; Sonny hair of wavy gold, Crown eyes sweetest meaning hold; All are there. See thy children on the stair; Little children round the room Chasing sunhcams on the wall. ' f reddy, Carrie, laughiag Sam, Angel Lillie loves yoa all; ' loves yon better than when she - Watched the birds and Sewers with ve Jlotherof that little band, Thickest thou of that little hand TJace tlion osed to lead about, la the doors aad then without? Little hand so kind and free; Sow that hand is leading thee. Golden chord there are to ...

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 May 1858

rait J. CASKEY, - Editor. THURSDAY,:::::::::: MAY 13, 1858. tThe following perao"utboriMdA gtnis for the Republican J. H. Kixttin. i'tf- J. a W.iltrroHmsui', -. W. Gpthm. Fredericksburg. : . E. HAiitBerlia. g Tmatu, ud H Edit asm, Bloomfield. TRAVELERS DIRECTORY. Tie following shows the time of departures ud arrivals ob the U.AtsUJLtt. at Auuers burg and Cleveland: -Rcmnxe Nouth. The Erpreu leaves Mfl- lerebnrg at 6.05 A. It, and arrives at Cleveland at 10.48. The Accommodation leaves Millereborg at 1.35 P. and arrives at Cleveland at 10,00. . Ruxxtkq South Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 5.15 A. M., and arrives at Millersburg sU2J. . . Expren leaves Cleveland at 4.15 P. SI., and arrives at Millersbnre at 8.40. CfTo Expm train running North eon sects at Ormlfe with the East and West trains an the P. Ft. W. and C. R. R. ' D. R. At water, Massillon, bas been appointed Canal Collector at tbat place by Mr. Barkus. .' ' i ' Jobit M. Shrock, for many years a citizen of Millersburg, die...

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 May 1858

r Govw WilVer'i present position on Ue Kns8 question seems to be involve!! in doubt. We poblkli bis letter which bad a "determining influence" with Cox mnilATience. But the Washington cor iespondent of the V. Y. Tribune, under date of May 2d, speaks of this letter, and adds: - . - - r- t In a letter, dated Tuesday last, subse quently, after fuller consideration of the 1 measure, Gov. Walker expressed himself ' strongly against it.- - The same correspondent, under the same date,snvs: -1 ; - : ' Go '. Walker, Secretary Stanton and Mr. Parrot, rith all other Free Stato Kansas men now here, confidently expect that the people of Kansas will vote down the Eng lish proposition by an overwhelming ma jority. - - - ' ; .. The Phildelpbia Press, of Monday (the editor had not then seen Walker's letter,) says: , When we met Gov. Walker, a few days ago, his position was boldly assumed that the people of Kansas would and should re ject this last scheme of their enemies, and that, if necessary, he ...

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 May 1858

Acquittal of a Murderer in Kentucky Acquittal of a Murderer in Kentucky---Singular Language of a Judge. The young man, Hardesty, who shot nl kiHed Grubb, m Barlkgtoa, BooDe county Kentucky, boot a yesr-ago, was oquittedlsstThfliBday- The was an n fimbb JmwJ seduced sla ter of Hardesty, an the latter, on discov ering the feet, Wia me seuueer iui. u ua did not many her in six months he would kill him. The six months having expired without Grubb's compliance, Hardesty met him on the street and snot bim dead. Grubb was armed for defense, but was pier- ed by the bullet of his antagonist while in the act of drawing his pistol. On the rendition of the verdict, Judge Nutnll delivered the following verdict. It has more of human nature, or, rather, of Kentucky eature, than of judicial propriety in it ' "Sib : You have been indicted by grand jury of your country upon most henious -charge, x ou have put yourself upon your country and your God for deliverance. You have bad a fair nd impartial la...

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 May 1858

L . W " A. A fit W WO Office-Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. j. Caskej, Editor and Proprietor. Termss-One Dollar and Fifty Cents Jn Jdvanff. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1858. .VOL. 2. N0.39. ii hi in mi 1 III IH III III III 11 1U Poetry. MISS SUKEY SMITH. .. Miss Sukey Smith had flaxen hair vd; ; Her daddy had tlx pewter; ': : -Her eye were grey and looked serene .. Upon her favorite suitor. ... i !. ' - ' .; - : ' -1 ' -i The suitor was a jolly youth, . , And nimble, short and brawny; . The yellow fever took him off .. ' . Oae day to Calilbrny--. , . ,t; And when I heard that he was gone v-"It's now-said I or never! ; '1 shaved, myself and greased my shoes, -' '"'And tried to look quite clever. ' I rigged myself fiom top to toe, - ' ' i . : And caught and mounted Dobbin, -i. Bat all the way I rode along, -'-"-. t My tt-art kept up a throbbio..' ' ' . ;. ;(! .-.."1 .- - .And when I reached her daddy's house, Y It still kept op a thumping ' , ....

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 May 1858

J. CASKEY, m- m m Editor. THURSDAY,:::::::::: MAY 20, 1858. jyThe following persons are antharied rent for the Republican. J. H. EatuiD, Nashville. J. H. Sxmc, P"f,f!V-T, J. A W.HocBn-w. Hdmesnfle, . -; W. Gothm Fredeneksbnrg. B. Tdwall. and L Ed1- Bloomfield. TRAVELERS DIRECTORY. The following shows the time of departure mad imnli ob Uieu.L.si;.n.n.u auiierB- : Rmntnts JTostb:. The Exprtn leaves Mil. reburg at 6.05 A. M., tad arrives at Cleveland at 10.48. ' ' , - The Ajxommodaiion. leaves MUlersborjt at 1.35 P. and arrive at Clerelasd at 10,00, ' Eontnio South Aecommodftio leaves Clevc land at 5.15 A. M., aad arrives at Millereburg at!2ii5. Eqprea leaves Cleveland si 4-15 P. 1L, aad arrives at jmiieraoorg at o.w. . rTbe Exam train runninfr North con nects at OrrvUJe with the East aad Went trains on the F. Ft, W. and C. B. fi. ggg- The Louisville Journal says what- ," Ter Cox received for his English bill vote, he should make much of it, for he will never get anything but contempt ...

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 May 1858

How they Dispose of Liquors in Massachusetts. The Springfield (Mass.) . Aepubluan gives toe tollowiug account or proceeaiugs under 4be -recent decision of Judge Shaw in tLatStateT' - . , . , Citjr Marshal Uodgett, after having his ' enthusiasm .fired op at the. JCortii Church tmnraTuv mAetinfr. last evening, awl be ing soon called to quell a fight at as Irish KnnrrliniT-hniise and trrofisery near the SDrimrfield to&bridire, put in immediate force and full effect the late admirable de cision of our Chief Justice Shaw, that all liquors, being contraband, may be destioy ed with impunity. ' He gained an entrance to the bouse, in and about wiiicn nearly i hundred people were assembled, and find intr there full assortment of liquors, smash fed all the decanters, jugs, glasses. &c without further words, and being unable to break in the heads of the several half-bar reb that lined the room, he drove the exci ted people back and waited until all the miserable stun bad wasted itself 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. — 20 May 1858

The Rochester Murder Case. In Stout, convicted of the jnurder Littles, his brother-in-law, lias io the Roch ester Jail awaiting his execution. His sis ter, Mrs Littles, has not yet been tried. one is willing to plead guilty to sucn graao rtT Kiinnir ju win rnrArraia&e ncr rvi ed time in prison, bat pot willing t "" i, -,a, - Z, ,,;,.), would her Aa ua fmA aw Kotkt her. The cireomstances of the murder were ,m,vKiA. mnd showed m brutality which, in romance, would have been pronounced . wrought, and vet mo6t strenuous exer tions are now making for the pardon of the murderer, or, rather for the commuta tion of his sentence. Stout, all though his . trial, and at the time of his sentence, dis played no emotion, but was apparently in different fit careless. His awful -death ap proaching, he is breaking down, and has addressed a letter from is cell, which let ter, if his own, is marked by more than or dinary ability, making, of course, due al- ' lowance for a floridaess of style somewha...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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