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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 5 August 1858

Ma---- r i v, i. 4 V.' i , 'J. Caskej, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street; Third Doer South of Jaekson. ' rerms:-0ne Dollar and Fifly TeWs 'la lifaiff VOL. 2. MILLERSBUiVG, HOLMES COUNTY; OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 18& 41 III I Poetry. "ONLY A YEAR." , -Ob year ago ajingfag voice, ... , .A clear blue ye. ., : .. , And dustering corU of auaay hair, . Tea fur l die.. paly a jear bo raise, ao smile, - glance of eye, . Uodueteriog eurU of gulden hair, ' Fair but to diI ; Ov ,Tr aga.--vlua luves, what scheme i Par into life! : ; Vhat joyous topes, what nigh resolves, Wsat geaerooa atrifel ' --""".'. - .- - ... . The r&eat picture aa the waH, ;;( The barial atone, : : Of all that beauty, life, aad joy, . r , -.; ! Rrmaia akrael , ... !. ., ' " jDne year one year one little year, Aad bo much guael Aad yet the evea flow of life ' Mores calmly on. ' .'- The gnfteroVs green, flowe'rabloom fair. " Above tie bead; - Do sorrowing tiat or lief or spray, ' ' Baya be ia dead. ' ...

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 August 1858

J. CASKEY, - ... - Editor. THUR8DAY,;:i;:::ALTGUST 5, 1S58. gThe following persons are authorized A gent for th iicpablicaa . J. H. Kliiaid, Nashville. - J. H. Ssemcieb, Plimpton, J. A W. Hctchihson, Hulmcsville, ,-,- - U ' WicOoTmua, Fredericksburg, '" " " E. Hall, Berlin, ' S. Tidiall, and L. Edwakds, Blootn field. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. ,2. Tie Mlowiag abew Um time of departam ad arrivals oa the C. Z, C. 1L.R. atilillere ' burg and Cleveland: '"" - - JUixsrao Soktb. The Kxpreu leaves' Uil- eniburg at 6.30 A. Maad arrives at Cleveland ; at 10.48. - - The Aoeommodation leaves Millersbtirg at 155 1 P. M., aad arrives at Cleveland at 9,50. - fioHm Soe-rn Aeomrrmodation. leaves Cleve - land at 5.15 A, AL, and arrive at Millereburg at iz.uu. , ., .'Esmm leaves Cleveland at 4J5 P. M., and ' arrives at Millcrabnrir at 8.40. w ; tTbe Exprtu train running North con . sects at Ormlfe with the East aad West trains . oa the P. Ft. W. and C-B. . Republican State Nomination. ' For Supreme Judge,...

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 August 1858

Speeches of Payne and Cox. The following from the correspondence of tho Gaztitt a the fullest report w hv attAV. i - "GOVERNOR" PAYNE'S SPEECH. j i r . . Governor Payne 4owd u (be fact first discovered by Foley, fcf Indians, to wit: ""that the Kansas trou 3les i settled." Ho was glad they had now a platform on which all Democrats, Locom ptoo; and Arrti-Lecompton, cook stsnd. He regarded the English Conference Bill 'as a compromise, 'which he, as an aoti-I-"comptoo man, need not find fault with, and did not douU bat it had finally settled this' vexatious question, so that it should no more come up to trouble the Democra cy, . Through this and other difficult ques tions, tbey bad lost adherents, but he thought nobody would kv the Democra cy for the future. ; . . . v. . He regarded the English bill as almost a Providential settlement of this thing. It.-wulhroDgbrmuchf tribulation that the Democracy Juul waked out Uie great prob-om.p-j , . ; . how a. a. cox trickid the rkptjblicaks. 7r,...

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 August 1858

Poetry. THE SHOEMAKER'S BOY. THE SHOEMAKER'S BOY. A WARNING TO ALL WHO MEDDLE WITH EDGED TOOLS. T)er aieat-ebopper baugrd oa dor lUlmiM Tali, jr., no fustomars corned to der patcher"! shUU -' ij)u mii mliiimi iraa nil rfnsrr tn rr'"i ' --.aad der aatelwr poys all bad a holiday . rshgaacasaaaMtaay MiddT to BfaJMa, Ob der door of dar aeller, csAaateeled Inside; " " HU dor chopping masheen W aasjined to saak free, ,17a he cried, Dere ish aopody kcrBe; at sne." " " OhI dr shoemaker aoy, ' '' ' t tt, oder homkafi-po. -t i.- ..... . " . . ' ' : Derder poed aray, dar aight-oomed ml, . " Van dar aheanaker mad da hla pay ni gone; Ha eeded as kia tow, aa der mnk aegaa " "1T0 look fcraVrpoy, anvirjd him Udey tM-i , Pay sensed aa day asked far hla at efery door, , V Atdaatcbar'atderpakar'ma fresher shtore At dar lager bier aellar, at dar abatiaa hoeje, . : Bat der answer dey getted vas, "ITU eornnit." -, - ". ;y ' Oh! dar bomaker,a poy, SJn, ah, der hofmar.er'i payl "Pay (aakea afasall aight, a...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 12 August 1858

i ' " . .,y,''. '?"; "i. Kil im Fit IP w ii i J. Caskey Editor and Proprietor : '": Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Tcrms:-0nc Dollar and Fifty" Cents In Advance ; T". .. " MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, "AUGUST 12, 1858. vol. 2. : NO. 51. ri hi i hi ii Poetry. Poetry. WHAT'S TRUMPS. v? There are so man y cards to play, . -v 'So many ways to choose,. .' y ''-i-i t-lB love and polities and war,-:-; f y.L That forwarding nr Tiers ; ' '- - . PV-'WiUi ladies fair, and statesmen -rise, '.- -" Or men of lesser borope, - ; " " '' Before ire tad lead ndr strongest enits, ' -r.s.Tis well to know what's trumps. - ? ; t -v J thice worshippia? at beauty's shrine. x ,,'J knelt in bondage sweet,".- : . .. " ' And treathed my tows with eagerness " And offered at her feet .;'-' ;'y ilysoul, well stored with' Cupid's Wealth: A love eemented lump; ? ..i.r ; -U:'. . .rA. kid of -diamonds won the trick, ' . T" " 'Z, : Mj- heart was sot a trump, Z ..- . j. V J"." , -r...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 12 August 1858

JT. CA8KEY, - - - Edit. THURSDAY,:::::: AUGUST 12, 1858. jgwThe following peraoDSare authorized A' J.H. KantAin, Nashville. J.H. Sirewcrsn, Plimptea, - V : -"' J. W.HrroHt!OK, Holmesvillo,."'. '. W. Gcthmb, Fredericksburg. . .. r,. ; T . 3!. Hjji, Berlin, . . ,' TrssAix, ud L. 'EawtMss, Bloomfield. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shows be time of eeparUrres nd arrivals oa the U. . S U. it . atliillers- bnnraad Cleveland: - -..-. ; , 'Rcxxnto JforrH. The Express- leaves -Mil. erabtrrg at 6 JO A. II., and arrives at Cleveland The Aeeommodniicm leaves ilDlersborgat 1.25 r. ju4 ana amves u uieveiana at s,ao. " - Rcmroio South awromoiafioft leaves Cleva- Hand at 5.15 A. M., and arrives at Millersburjr Exprsss leaves Cleveland at 4.15 P. M., aad mvee at Millersburjr at 8.40. . . r- . t-if The'. Express train runninir North con sects at Orrvule with the East aad West trains a the P. Ft, W.and a HE.-. -. -. Republican State Nomination. For Supreme Judge, WILLIAM. V. PECK, of Scioto. WIL...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 12 August 1858

Temptation Resisted,--Lesson Temptation Resisted,--Lesson Taught by an Eagle. Temptation Resisted,--Lesson Taught by an Eagle. An Extract from a Sermon Delivered by Rev. James M. Hoyt. - May 1858, Twent with some friends ' to the beach of Lake Erie a few miles east f Cleveland where fishermen were haul 3nff a net It was on wooded shore, . away Iron toe aooaes x men, ana woere wild birds -resort i The net was drawn in, -C;ahd toy 'compabKfea, . ia sportive .humor, 'took from it a large hot worthless fish, and tying a string-to its tail, Astened to the nd of the string ft small: stick , of wood, nd threw alliuto the lake. The tsh strug ' gfod for a time with its dog, now and then drawing ft 'under but soon brought to the surface by the wares which came slow lyioling in. 'At hut, it gave up the con - "flic and lying on the snr&ce with its Nrhite side up, V.we concluded that it was ' 'drowned in its own element' ' ,. Just then, young eagle flew ver the ' - Lake, and seeing ..the . &...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 12 August 1858

"I Stand Upon My Native Heath." Com Barry, the editor -of lh Age of Freedom, lh organ of tho Berlin Ileiglits ; abominations, is one of that kinJ of women of vrtioBi ye read: .-i. -" s;f'";Tu - . "IT she will, she -Kill, yon may depend on"t . If shewoa't, she won't that's the end oh't." :.' The discussion now going on as; to tic best way -of getting rid of tha '.Froo ' Lov ers at Berlin, starts Cora to Iter, feet,' And in her last paper she says : "-. -; ' - - Bora In Berlin, I considered byself "nal- uralizedy feel 1 have the -privileges of Native American,"; and I -expect "to re main here. Thiuking as I must on all sub jects; acting as my highest convictions im- - pel me on alt occasions : - advocating ucu faith andsiiclr life as is good to me nl trays;.I expect still to teinaini-iKejecling all religious dogmas; repudiating -all &rbi- trary marriage bones: beliving in no gov- ornraent save the ever acting laws cf all be- -ins;. ! shall utter my thought; as' I am ' moved ; and ...

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 August 1858

11 5 liilr Ik 1-4 10 Ml J. Caskej, Editor and Proprietor. OSee-Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Terms:-0nc Dollar and Fifty Cents in Adtanfr, VOL: 2. MILLERSBURGr, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1858. NO. 52 m r. mm mm in in in iii i i kj 111 111 111 111 iv iy Poetry. ALL ON THE ACCOUNT OF LOVE. ' itfaai nwjMnflr ' been nid that too mleht u veil tr-r to Mt Che hiagara Fall n fir with t Ladfcr mateb, ai to attempt to prevent a joong coaple from getting married wheatbey take H into their head to do ao. Jhej vil OTorcflf aU obatactea to acoawpiiah men a purpose, as we louowuig mwrj wiu amply uttuonctcaie; In Maoeheater a maiden dwelt. Her name vaa Fbcebe Brown; . -Her cfaeecks were red. ber hair wan black. - And ahe wt a concidered by good judge to be bj all oaaa, xne Mst-iooking gin in town. Ybcr age was nearlj eerenteen , Her ere. wore aparkling bright, A very lowly giri waa aba-- x And for about a year and a half there had been 4-bttQg man paying hi attenti...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 19 August 1858

THE REPUBLICAN. THITRfiDAYgTAUGUST 19, 1858. 1 MTTbe following persona are authorized A - etui lor th RopobUcan. J. H. Kimlud. Nashville. -J. H. Sron-romaa, I'limpton, " J. 4 W.HurcHnwoH, HolmesviUe, , , Vfu. Gotbbie. Fredericksburg, - ' & Hall, Berlin, S. TroiALL, and L. Edwards, Bloomfield. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The (dlowisg allows the time of departures and arrivals oa the C. Z. C. R. H. at Millers burg and Cleveland: - ' :, ' '- Kusxbfe NomTH. The Express leaves Mil ereborg at 6.30 A. and arrives at Cleveland at 10.48... The Aoeommodaiion leaves MUlereburg at 1.25 P. M and arrives at Cleveland at 9,50. Rrsimto Socth Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 5.15 A. M, and arrives at Jlillereburg atl2.00. Erpreu leaves Cleveland at 4.15 P. M, and . arrives at Millersbnrg at 8.40. Mp-Tbe Erpret train running North con nects at Orrville with the East and West trains on the P. .Ft. W. and C. R.R. . Republican State Nominations. For Supreme Judge, WILLIAM, y. PECK, Of Scioto. For Comptr...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 19 August 1858

Interesting from Utah. IS COL. KANE A MORMON. The Kansas Citj (Mo) Journal .ommerc of ihe 7ih inst, announces arrival f Mnior Bridger, an old mountHin eer. from Johnston's catnp, near Salt Late City, on lie M of Juij. He sbjs : . The feelinff toward Gov. Cummin not very' favorable, and it is thought he influenced in bis actions by Brighnm x oung endeavoring to operate upon the Mormons through hi in, thus placing himself in the nower of that unscrupulous oli seounurei. UoL Kane, of whom so much has been said and written, is a Mormon, baptised . alKaaesville, wearing the endowment robe, and sent out with the blessing of the Pro phet on bis head, to work for the interest of the Church. iVono of the Gentiles the valley have any confidence ia him whatever. Brighain Young, in a speech the Sunday teicre Bridget left, expressed greai wve tor tne united Slates, denied having ever done .utyluing except burning me trains jasi season, and promising to re store tne cattle. 1 ins is about all the...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 19 August 1858

Poetry. ORIGINAL AND SLIGHTLY PECULIAR ' The following lines were sent the Piqos Reg- titer by 'John Hays, just Trom the w est. ;'.-. it in TO th wsbt. ' !lv Bib to the treat the west It seen ": To the west mil on the Western Green, Where the corn do grow ' t the bright Waters flow ' f: , : . ; " IvBia to the west. . . Where the farmer Heaps the golden grain And eatUe ob the planes doth lough, Where grass A graia ia Abundance grow Asd everythinga that the farmer bow Iv Bin to the west. T A '- Oh who would be a farmer free ' On the Western shore to bee " ' Where his stock he can rare A lua cat'le on bia premises grays - - IrBia to the west. - ... ORIGINAL AND SLIGHTLY PECULIAR Miscellany. ORIGINAL AND SLIGHTLY PECULIAR Miscellany. The Potato Rot--Its Cause and Cure. A friend bas called oar attention to ' an article from the Buflklo Commercial, of June 29th, whereia is related the discover ies of a Mr.-. Henderson, in the cause and cure of the I'ota-o Hot, or blight, which annuatlr oc...

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 August 1858

,, - - - y-- 1 r a I Saw , ,v?; ; -A r. ii '. M --; sir in . It II I I I - i I III III- I I IJ Ml I II 1 Caskej, Editor and Proprietor. .6ee--WasMag1wi Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. - Terras:-One Dollar and Fifij Cents In Adiarre VOL.3. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1858. " .,, .10,1. MY HOME. BY HENRY WILLIAM HERBERT. "A home a home! yea! that tho' still and small, I have a homel where soft the shadows fall . From the dim pine tree, and the river's sigh. Like voices of the dead, wails ever nigh. Hot hearth is there, nor hall, nor festive place, Kor welcome smile of that bewitching face, ZTor the low laughter, nor the sweet fond tone That made pain pleasant yet it is my own My heart's own home where'er my foot may tread Oh' for my Barrow boose and loly bed! Let others torn, when each has ceased to roam. To we Calm pleasures of his childish home Let others tarn, when day's hot toil is o'er, TB that pure loss that greets him at the door; To that eye whi...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 26 August 1858

THE REPUBLICAN. JT. CASKEY, - . - Editor. THURSDAY,:::;;: AUGUST 26, 1858. raf-The llowing persons are authorized A cintSfar the Bepoblican. J.H. Kotcaid, Nashville. - - J. H. SinmcKsa, Vlmvton. -- J. 4 W.Hcrcnixsox, Holmesville, . Wif. Gotbii, Fredericktborg, 8. TnBLt,and L. EifrilM, Iiloomfield. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The Mlowing shows the time of departure and arrivals -OB the-C. Z. C. It. R, at ilillers burg ad develaod: 1 Roirrao JTobtb. The JZxpras leaves Mil rsbnrg at G.3UA. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 10.48.- ;. - . The Aceommodaiion leaves Hillerabnrg at 155 P. M., and arrives at -Cleveland at 9,50. - ' Rcujnso Sorra Aceommodaiion leaves Cleve land at 5.15 A. M., and arrives at ifillerabnrg atl2.00. ..--'.. Express leaves Cleveland nl 4.15 P. IT., and arrive at Millersburg at 8.40. rTbe Erpreu train running North con nects at Orrville with tbe East and West trains oa the P. Ft. vr.and C. B. B. . - Republican State Nominations. ' -" ' ' . Fur Bapreme Jvige. ' ' VOUA1II. T...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 26 August 1858

Homicide and Suicide in Pittsfield, Lorain County, O. f 10 present eek, h wife of H Wfj- TM ir,: emmitted suicide: bj banking Iwrself by strip of heei 'Mon,er it. t. i A riee-f and dumb dniisrbter of arm uuu3n - v o the deceased, wlio was some twelve jears of nee, -was ko found dead. It . 'f posed tlmr Mri.AYitiiBm.-first- hui-tiie giri; and Ibcn hun5 lersclf. ' Zo " tor? reasons ore now known. Mrs. Wih 1:--onnimpnccdan action for a di vorce in the Court of Common i - PJeas of Lorain Co, wuicli a lew any ueiore inc killing of herself and child was amicably cUied, and the suit withdrawn. Review We get some additional particulars re lativfe to the above sad becurehee from a gentleman , who has Just returned from Pitufield, and is well informed npon the matter. The Irazedy oecured en Monday evfriqg'i&'e Bth,"ins!ant Iho Settlement of the drvoree case lock .place on ine same dav-AInw4-Williams had filed, her bill hgainst her husband giving for cause cru elly anct neglect of duty, nn...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 26 August 1858

Miscellany Miscellany Recipes. -r JBREEK CORK . SBIDDLE CAKE. t - f- 1 Qnart Green Corn grated; ' 2 teacup new milk ; -- ijteaeup flour; . - ' . 'V' eggs well beaten ; " , Bake on a griddle. , PICKELED TOMATOES. . To a peck of green tomatoev add three -tnedium aiied green peppers. Chop them "ine, and place hem in a deep dish altern ate layer of tomatoes and salt; let them remain 1 2 bourn and then squeezes the mu dry, and 1 put down in jars layer of the to- jnatoes, and ground allspice and cloves, - Boil the vinegar, ami when cold pour it over the mass, in quantity sufficient eniire- TO PICKLE RIPE CUCUMBERS. Tafel and remove the seeds ; cot them in strips three or four inches in length. ut them in good vinegar; and .let them stand 24 hours. ;' Then turn them out drain well. Make, a syrup of two pounds of ngar to one quart of vinegar, adding cin namon and cloves. Lel the syrup get not, then put in the cucumbers and kit them boil. until lender. .Take them out and boil the .TTrop twen...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 2 September 1858

3 4 J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. OfficeWashington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Terms: One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance, MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1858. NO. 2- VOL. 3. if iiiilliFlilii Hi I iiif 1 Poetry. Poetry. From the N. Y. Tribune. OUT WEST. BY XARIFFA. ' I'm Bitting on the doer-steps Of my little borne eut West; And sear my ova is betting ' One true heart that lores me best. r . We both are very silent, . for oar busy memories tarn .. Te other homes and hearthstones, . -And other hearts that yearn. ' . To our brothers and our sisters, -Aad each early knitted tie; Our two devoted mothers, '" Who bade us both good-bye! ' The silver-headed father, ' Who our parting fingers press,' i And prayed "Great God be good to them. In their little home out West," The prarie winds come sighing . L Through the rines around the door, But bring no breath of cowslips As breezes brought of yore; And the swaying of the forests, , Or shadows on the gr...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 2 September 1858

J. CASKEY, - - Editor. THtJRSDAY,::::::i::"SEPT., 1858. gyTbe following person are authorised A ifcnW for the Republican. J. H. Knnuio, Nashville. J. H. SxKwcaica, Plimpton. J. W.Hcxcbixsok, Holmeeville, W'm. Guthuk. Fredericksburg, - E. Hall, Berlin, ; . - S. TmaALL, and L. Eutajlds, Bloomfield. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. - The (llowiB? shows the time of departures tad arrivals on the C. Z. fc C. 1L K. at Millers burg and Cleveland: Rumrare Noth. The Express leaves Mil ereburg at 6 JO A. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 10.48.; . . .... The Aeeommodatlon leaves Millersburgat 1.25 P. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 9,50. Rusxrjf o South Accommwdakfm leaves Cleve land at 5.15 A. 11., and arrives at Millersburg at 1a. uu. Express leaves Cleveland at 4.15 P. II., and arrives at Milleraborg at 8.40. pTbe Exprtus train ninnin? North eon uectnat Orrville with the East and West trains on the P. Ft. W. and C. R. K. Republican State Nominations. For Supreme Judge. : WILUtJl' V. PECK) of Scioto. Fo...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 2 September 1858

The Cathedral of the Continent; - Archbishop Hughes, of New York, Las commenced the construction in that city of the most imposing; Cathedral on the Amer ican continent. ;lhe cereuooriy 01 laying the corner stone took place on Snnday, the 15 th, and the concourse of people is esti mated by the Tune at one Hundred Ibou sand. The new St. Patrick's Cathedra will stand on the block of ground'bounded hv Fifth and Madison avenues, and by Fiftieth and Fifty first streets, and it is to be raised some fire feet above the level of the sidewalk, and surrounded by a terrace. In- his address, the Archbishop stated tbafr one hundred and three persons una suo--scribed, and many -of them had already paid,! 1000 each to curry forward the great work of the new Cathedral, during the first year of its progress. Subjoined is a ' de scription of the building as furnished by the Architects, Messrs. Renwick and Rod- riffue: " - The building is jto be a Gothic structure. on the plan of a Latin cross, 328 fe...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 2 September 1858

Poetry. THE SABBATH DAY. the week is Hearty eloeed, and the 6bbath blessed day of rest to all. f 4iHir rich and the poor are alike WledW inea. The Sabbath has properly been the poor W. day! iawhtch lighftbllowing beauti ful lines can be properly read: Sabbath holy ! -- To the lowly Still art thoo a welcome day, When thou contest, earth and ocean Shade and brightness, rest and motion, '- Help the poor man's heart to pray. Son-wake forest I -. Bird that soarest O'er the mote emporpled moor. Throstle's song, thi stream-like flowest ! . Wind, that over dear-drop goeatl . 'Welcome now the woe worn poor. T- . -J i U T Little river, Young forever 1 Clood, gold-bright with thankful glee Happy wood-blue, gladly weeping! Gnat, within the wild-rose keeping ! On, that they were blessed as ye. Sabbath holy! For the lowl V - Paint with flowers thy glittering sod; ' For affliction 8 sons ana aaugnieis. Bid thy mountains, woods and waters, i Pray to God, the poonnaa's God. Pale young mother, Graspi...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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