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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 6 November 1856

T -7 q- rT T Terms :-0ne Dollar and Jifly tents in idrance. Office Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. ;vol. i. jillLLERSBUitG, HOLLIES COUNTY, OHIO, -THURSDAY," NOVEMBER 6, 1856. Nan; Poetry. ALLEGORY OF NIAGARA. TO A W pa? mm a nooBtala Bttd, Cl fa4an,htersforndBtt, . And a tall Wight lodge af the total tawky .. , . Taat glittered In tb mid. , - ( , , : He llr4a th Terr bhMt top, .; . , 'j tot h wm a tauter be, h? ceuld rpr, an the clarest da, . Gleams of tlie distant sea. w :C-i; i . .1 i .- , . tCoiaa antl asmeeatr aried tke yoaogeet oa " ;taUtiiotUkttbeer , ., . And away they ran ia tbeir gmyest robe, And dipped and ran with girt. 1-i M -Come, gn ; ronw, Mi; come, Hu; come, Ou;" ,! Cried laoghiag little Er ; '"'-Let nl go 1o yonder deep Woe sea, -' Where the breakers foam and roar evrw And on they scampered by valley and wood, , "J - Till they easy to a rteep where the bare rock stood, 13fi? In . paecipiflt awintaio high. :fiIirjrkTIr,ere,iaaiMalleapt ' ' Bat-we are...

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 November 1856

REPUBLICAN. JT. CASK BY, Editor. THURSDAY,:::: NOVEMBER ,1856. Result in Holmes County. - BacasBsn XaJ. FraaootlUj. Kardy ... 33 Prairie... 2 Mechanic 68 Richland 84 . .. German . ..........132 Monroe 32 Berlin 39 Ripley 18 Walnut Creek 81 . Salt Creek.... 93 Knox -57 Washington ......... 9 Paint .. ...... ....132 KOlbnck 91 : Maj. for Buchanan.... 825 : . There was a new feature at the Agricultural Fair held at Cleveand a show of fish raised ar tificially. . ' The shortest passage on record between Kev York and Savannah, has been made by the chooser J. T. Ghee, is 65 hours. J3JThe election being over, ire expect here after to be able to devote more space in our pa per to Miscellaneous reading and News. This, vill doubtless not be an unwelcome change to the reader. We are sure it is not with us. - '' On Friday last, Ex-President Van Burea, and his son. Smith Van Buren, were thrown from their carriage by their horses talcing fright and running away. One of the arms of the former was ...

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 November 1856

- a FcBLBBED EYEBT THTESIUT, B Y .T n A 53 KEY, VaasnrSToa Emn. Tnm Doos Sect" or Jaccaoa, MILLERSBUKQ. OHIO. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Mail Sat-cribe-" Paid withia the year- -Aft.. ;),. year empires 1.50 8.00 80 TBS LAW OF KEWSPAPERS. j. snbeerfbers wha do sot rirt e-iuisss acti-a to the ilisr- itti r" rl nlshint tnntiamthiii mil Z. If aabsrrlbeis order tba diagoatiaaisea of their pe- fan ih pinuwr can coaUBW id aend tats antu anwim are paid. - S. If tba suberrflm aegleet or refcse to take tbrir japan Iran ta offlee to which tear are directed, thrr an held mpaarihtc till they settle their bills, and order the pawn diseoatinoed. d. If anr aafaaerihan mnor to another plara vttboot wwrainf ine poMisaar, aoo tneir paper if sent to tba -avnoar aireenon, toar an ana reBoaia. a. Tba Coarts bare derided that TafMaa ta tafca Maauapai from the omce, or rcaaovine; aod taevine; it aa ealkd tor, ii prima foot erideaw of intentional fraud. TERMS OF ADVERTISING; wttiiu um; oa in, hmxx a aocaaT. Oaaa...

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 November 1856

Poetry. A SONG. th farlowtng lira we have (band floating "loose. 'ttrUkdmoat nerro melodies they hare the ring of nnn- poetic excellence sad htxnraj m them worthy of bring art to mask. We pablishtban with the hope that 'soma of our musical friends will fay their hand on tbem : (..,, jj Dark, dsik da night, and was de aaoon, , , , v ;" ' Xo stu lrat one am peepin'; '.- , . rnji.Kbrt-rlBjigeumleooo. i . Vj,- J A trm d woode Tm aepl't ; Boo-hoo! hoo-hoo r- 1 !" , . .t,Joa godrott' ftr-4 cat? , . . ' Dis nigr P : I , ,t ,. He sing, and on de banjo play, - To chana de goblin gliosis ifttr, , r K4It . While da skunk besweeta am dinging. - .. .:.' 9 Tmoewoode pnahalong,, ?-,. Xebber fear de boog-a-boo ; - .:i ? . '.1 i T de wood days de song, .-. Galls, no o Ginger rJ.ne t 1 It whlrj-am-will squat en de stone, 'j Trowa untie tram lnVnddlr; ;i .' te dancin frogs all meoi m don a -5,' -.1 ? 0tjrf and op tbe mkldjp. ' I ."-''V" -Whatdat! what dat, dis nigrei'seyen 4-i. -I'O- i ' tHsrpore, wid...

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 November 1856

.m.T r " " ' '- , "' 111 1 '" ' 1 -j-..- ' Offiee-WaskingtoB Street, Third Door South or Jackson. Terms j-Oae Dollar and Filly Cents in Advance. VOL.1. : SV,. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1856. NO. 12. Poetry. HOME. Thera i. a land f erer, land the pride, .' '' B!ored by hra o'er all the world beside ; ' " Where brUhter au diei .arener lirhl. ' 1 fc.! jaVad nrBdar nnai ewinaradlaa the- aight ; . ?.-,') V AlaadaflieaHty, rirtaa, raloc. bmth,. . ' to f s Tim tatorad-ag, tad lore Malted jrowUn . ; Tha wandering mariner, whoea eyeaaiploree Tha wealthiest Me, be most eaehantinr. shore. Vr VMnranoarealzo boutrfol sad nrir, III Kor arsathee fcbe rpirit ofpcrarair ; ; .j, 'laeicUmtflwaaBjrwtarhtoaMl, . . Taarlmd by rewiembrapee, h Mii to that yah) ; Tor ib thi. land of heaven', peculiar grace, "The heritage of natre"i noNa taeei ' ' .' ' f'i Htm as a spot rmrth awpranelr Wert, T - f ainin, sweeter epot than n thereat, .---..j . 'Whra man, creation', tyrant, cuts ...

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 November 1856

REPUBLICAN ', J. CASKEY, Editor. THURSDAY, : : i NOVEMBER 1 3, 1 856. The Presidential Election. There can be no doubt, we think, of Mr. Buchanan's election by the people. We had hopes of the election of Fremont, and those hopes were so deeply to the highest interests of the nation, that we re sign them with reluctance. We regret that we have nothing better to announce to the to the American people than the certainty of four years more of the pnwlavery Dem ocratic rule, and four years more of ihe" un holy crusade against the freedom of the territories. Republicans of the North, with you it now rests to say by your efforts thenceforth, that these four years shall be the last , Oa our present information, the Stales will stand as follows: FOR FREMONT. Maine ' - " 8 New Hampshire . ; 5 Vermont -' ' ; ' : 5 Massachusetts .' " 13 Rhode Island ' : '' ' 4 Connecticut 1 6 New York :-" : - 35 Ohio ' ' ' ; 23 Michigan ' " 6 "Wisconsin : ' ''J' ' . . .'.'',"' 6 Iowa ; - ' " ' ." 4 r ' ' - Tota...

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 November 1856

Foreign and Domestic News. Important from Important from Nicaragua--Success of General Walker. The SootW mail, nn" detaflsof the important news from icaragt" brought by the steamship Tennessee at New Orleans: fk mcted battle between Gen. Walk er and the combined forces of the govern ment Jit1 against him has. taken place, ,,4 jfe success has been complete, beyond th' expectations of his . most . sanguine friends. . The enemy having been for sometime advancing towards Masaya and evidently seeking to occupy that town, Gen. Walker withdrew the small force stationed there, in order to encourage them to occupy the place, knowing it to be a much more favor able point to attack than at Leon. Alter about ten days the enemy had collected a force numbering 4,000 men, and occupied the town. On the 11th October Gen. W. marched against them with 1,000 men, leav ing a smaller force at Grenada.' On the morning of the ISth, while approaching Hasaya, the enemy called out in full force and attacked h...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 13 November 1856

& W& oSrnttf $BnMkait ,5 1 V,B rCSUSHED ETEEY THURSOaY, ifi t BY J. CAS KEY, WAaSUIVTXM STSZEtTHIU I)OOK EOTTH W JaOUOX, t-lnLu:RSsuiiG, ohio. .... TERMS iDF. SUBSCRIPTION: I Mail SubnobWrs adcamtm s&ir-$i -fjj within- the year. r. . i '. VS. V"-52 AyewefpuM.-? - - -su V-' THE ZJiW pr NEWSPAPERS, J 'il; tNtacribMnwhooonot five "P"0? . 10 Wmwarr. an eoandared a.wiW eaatiirae thr t.ub criptiona. ' ' 8. If mabmrnhKT, orirr tb diwiMJOaaaae.- mt U-(r p jjeix, tha p-.u:.!. m oonlin.. toni -tMaanntolall arrearage, ace paid. ---i : ; V .Tlf 3. 1 b irolwcrftew nejrlaet or refuse "to take th-ir un tiaika oaaan-n-nirn tana am aiaaaii 'iiiy tiM inxawihl tin the aettfe their fcUU.ttd onkr pnMinia na SIsoontiBnaQ. the 4. If any aabaeribers Kinoi, to snofbar place wilboat rmfar tb pnHidier, and tbrir paper a pent tu foe -gu: nw aim wj mpj .w KmmpnwK . c . . The CoarU bare decided that rofiutirir ia taka a newspaper from the offlea, or remoTinc; and leaving it aa caUM for brai acxc erid...

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 November 1856

j i, . . i . . I li.rJ Is.-: fi"J .. . . e - I . J,' CisJceyr-Kitor antf Proprietor OSee-WashingtoB Street, TUH . Door Soitk of Jaeksoi. Terms :-Ome Dollar ud Fiflj lJLWTtrte. ' 1 - .. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1856. mi . -. .- . A A - - . III ti ll I A. A. A. A '-o- - M Si I III III 1111 li WW life . i v ipb in ih . : i i i i rr in iit-ni Poetry. WHAT MAKES A MAN? WHAT MAKES A MAN? BY WM. DENTON. .,Xoti - Korprettr children and a wits. Xot pins and aw tad flager ria , Horny uci-lik tramperythinp; '' fl Kotpipe, cigar nor bemad wine, ' : -b. Sac libtrto with kings U dlno; -- Vat mt, or boot, iorjt skat,., f, v A dandy wtUa eraTat; , ',' .". Not hoaaea lead nor golden orv ... '- Xor ml! the world-, wealth laid ia itfH, IMKr.Ser.StraarflaBin, -.. Witt titles that tt Miiairr tiro; ,-Kar aentiT, IneMl pukto Wfl . Who not from Xarmandj to kiUj . Hot Latin, Greek or Hebrew Ion; ... "j' Wor tseaanad toIobm rambled .'or; ' ' Not Jodgea robs nor Kayor. mace; w....

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 November 1856

ItEPUJiLUJAJN J. CASKITBditor. THURSDAY, :: : NOVEMBER 20, 1856 . Buchanan's majority in Indiana about 20,000. ''-TV, ' V ' "Much fighting is reported to bare taken place. at New Orleans on election .5TGaHia county give Buchanan 1250 ; PiUmnrw i.i 75: Fremont 600. In Gu- 4ernatorial election Chase had 344. . fsriohn W. Forney . is spoken of as likely to be elected United States Senator from Pennsylvania. r 3T"Tlie St, Louis Intelligencer says the Democrats will ran Breckenridge in "I860. We shall see. f "JtSTThey talk of putting Fremont into the Senate. A number of the N. T. jour sals advocate the step why not f XThe Madison Journal (Wii,) says ' Ii&t their city charter provides that all the shops dealing in intoxicating liquors shall be closed on election day. A good exam ple. ." . .i Kentucky. The Commercial says a dispatch was received in Cincinnati last night, from Mr. Breckenridge, which said yr . 1,1 j T i f nentucsy naa gone ior cuciiasaji oy ni teen thousand. ; .' . :u 3...

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 November 1856

Foreign and Domestic News. Foreign and Domestic News. Election News. Foreign and Domestic News. Election News. CHICAGO, Nov. 10. We Western. fi ,;. ooontka in Illinois. Bnchteaa a majonty -VApringfieW detA gim Biasel 10, 000 nijority- Miller, Eepubbcan candi date for State Treasurer, probably fourteen iboir Republican majority over the Au gust election. There in little or no differ- ence in the Southern counties. " ST. LOUIS, Nov. 10. Returns '' from sixteen give Fillmore 16,848: Buchanan, 14,879. Tif- " .tees additional counties give Buchanan I A fxnrk ! I-. 1 Buchanan's majority in the State is pro- . -1 . . IkdiaSa. The Legislature stands as - follows: .V: " House 63 Dem, 35 Rep. ' Senate 25 Denu, 28 Rep., 1 American. WASHINGTON, Nov. 11. v Great excitement was raised last evening fit a meeting of the Jackson Democratic Association, occasioned by hostile demon strations on the part of solue members, growing out of differences relative to the composition of a committee to make ar-...

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 November 1856

' or . i j PVBUSKEB IYESY THUB8BAT,-- BY J; CAS KEY, washjbctob Stbxxt, Turn Dooa Bora or Jicun, imXERSBURG, OfflO. TJfiiKS ;0J SUSSCRIPTIOX: nribiadti',;.':.''.'i.V.: $1.50 raid willun the year ..II 2.00 After tteyor expires..... 2.50 V .'.Zt IAW OF NEWSPATIJtS. i-j Botaeritati who do not ate express bo tin t the ' contrary, ar wwiiiWrad a wishing to continue their lib acriptiocs. . If nun Iters order the -baouurhwiance of thrir pe- poMhher can ontkm tb Mod them until all arreuwminaid. -r - , . If the subscribers nejgieet or refime to take tbear jsnperi ' fcw tbe office to which thn ut directed, cbry faM resrxibje till ther ettl their Ukual order th nn ojacontinnod. --. " subscribers nun to another place without . l " paMieher.ood their paper i seat to the forasTdrrecUun, ther an held ieyu(l4e. ' -- ho Const hare derided that rafusing to take a ; a'apeg freaa the office, or i iimi ling Bad learine rt ua - eUe1 fori arinacM evidence of intentional fraud. does tion fact, of ing does ...

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. — 27 November 1856

1i J. CaskPIj Editor and Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Door Sooth of Jackson. Terms :-0ne Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance VOL. 1. HILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OIIIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1856. no. a si?; i ' i r?i w ai in in t xn i ih i u i u itr . ia hi ih iii l n in Poetry. LONG AGO. BY CHARLES WILTON. There was a tree, aa agrd tree, That once I loved to climb, ' ' And, throned upon its breaches three, ' " To rock them all the time ; To laugh and shout, devoid of fears, Aad swing me to and fro r But ah t 'twas ia my childish years, That passed so long ago. - I've led a merry troop of boys ' - . Through tangled woods and lanes - Too boisterous in our reckless noise To heed the bramble-pains. - T never cared for garments torn, An hoar the rent would sew ; And we'd no time to stay and mourn " In childhood long ago. I've climbed the rocks, and leap'd about, Fiv-ai jutting stone to stone, And heeded not the warning shout, IT or marked its earnest tone ; For price could...

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. — 27 November 1856

REPUBLICAN J. CASKEY, Editor. THURSDAY,::: NOVEMBER 27, 1856, Returns from the States. Mn. Ia this State Fremont nuy'onty will be from 20.000 to 25.000. Tlii ' do vr small fato claimed far BucIkllUIII- W,w tr,mntu. snd to te considered se mpregn-ble s Holme. cwmtr. but wbca tie eoateet is for tad ugniust Freeiom, she rolls op maioritr of e.000 for Fremont. Xomost. Fremont' majority irill be about 30 000. Fillmore was scarcely known ia the State, and Bneliasaa did sot get votes enoi'gh to male the race interesting. Uabsachtsxttb t remoBt a maion: v over Bnchaaaa is about 70,000, and over all, about 50,000. Massachusetts was set do-ra as a doubt ful Stat. The doubts about it, with the Fre- ' moat men, was, whether Buchanan was a run ning ia that State or not. . Rhode Islaxd. Fremont over Buchanan, 5,000. 'Well done, little Rhodr. CoiorBOTicrr. Our opponents claimed a "glo rious victory" ia this Stale before the election. Fremont's majority over Buchanan is nearly 8,000. Tsrw Tons. Fre...

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. — 27 November 1856

Kansas Affairs. Correspondence of the Missouri Democrat. From Kansas. LAWRENCE, Kansas, Nov. 9, 1856. rru . -nun? men convicted of nuWhter the other day, are sentenced to five uj imprisonment, two of which to hard'W, by iui Lecompte, are to le put upon the cep:tol builJirig in tew dajs. and at night to wear a chain and ball attached to their feet. While in Lecoropton, yesterday, I called upon the Governor at his office; he has but recently returned from Southern Kansas, and reports that the invading marauders have left the settlements where they have been committing many depredations for several weeks past, and have gone into Mis souri. Only one settlement is now trou bled with them, and that is in the vicinity of Fort Scott, where a party of robbers from Arkansas have been stealing all they could lay their hands on. The Governor had ordered a company of troops to be Btationed there to drive them out He expressses himself delighted with the territory. Several persons were in the of ...

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. — 27 November 1856

" V ; B TUBUS HED EVERT THt'BSDAT, , "BY J. CAS KEY, WASHXVGTOir Street, Third Door Sorra or Jacksox; MILLERSBUKG, OHIO. TERMS QF SUBSCRIPTION: Mail Subscribers d advance. . . .X. - - - - $1-0 t Paid within the year. .- - - After the year expires 2.50 TEE LAW OF XEVSSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers wbo do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as winning to continue their sub scriptions. 2. If subscribers order the diseontinuanee of their pa . pexs, the publisher can continue to Msd-tkeai ntil sil arrearage are paid. &. If the subscribers neglect or refuse to take their , papers from the office to which they an directed, they an held responsible till they settle their hills, and order the paoers discontinued. - - - 4. If any sabscribers remove to another place wit"nt iroonuog the publisher, and their paper is sent to the former direction, they are held responi-iUe. 6. The Courts have decided that refusing to take a newumpw i rum mt omw, or removing ana leaving it an : ca...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 4 December 1856

k VI N ill Ji. J. CastTditor and Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Door Soath of Jackson. Terras :-0ne Dollar and Fifty Cents 1h AdYaaee. VOL; 1. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER i, 185G. ' NO. 15. Poetry. CORN SONG. CORN SONG. BY J. G. WHITTIER. Heap high the ferner' wintry hoard! t Jj Heap high the golden corn' ' N aehct gill has Autnroa poored -. From oat her lavish bora! " ; - ! XA other lands exulting, glean . : he apple from the pine, ' The' orange from its glossy green. The cluster from the vine. ; .,. '- tT letter lore the hardy frift Our rugged rales bestow, To'cheer us when the storm shall drift ' ' ' Our harvest fields with snow. - :- - .Thro' Tales of grass, and meads of flowers. Our ploughs their furrows made, " While on the hills the sun and showers . , .. Of changeful April played. We dropped the seed e'er hill and plain. Beneath the son of May; " , And frightened from out spouting grain. The robber crows away. 1 All thro' the long bright...

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. — 4 December 1856

REPUBLICAN. J. CASKET, Editor. THURSDAY,:::: DECEMBER 4,1856. - Lancaster Bajtk. Persons holding the paper of this Bank would do well not to make any sacrifices on it as the property of the stockholders is bound for its redemp tion. V ."'.- Cosmopolitan Art Association. Attention is ment for this Association in another col umn. This is no Lottery, but an Associa tion got np for the promotion of the Fine Arts. The buyer of a Ticket gels his mo ney's equivalent at any rate, for the sub scription price of the Magazines named is $3 each,' and then he runs Lis chance of drawing one of the prizes, a number of which are very valuable. Testimonial of Respect. - : The term of the Court of Common Picas which closed its session here last week, be ing the last at which Judge M. Welker would preside, a number of his friends, with out distinction of party, tendered him a supper, of which they all partook, as a tes timonial of their respect for hira as a man, . and their appreciation of his firmne...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 4 December 1856

Kansas Affairs. Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette. The Land Sale at Leavenworth. LAWRENCE CITY, Kansas, Nov. 18. land sale nH-ncd yesterdsy morning At ten o'clock, t Fort Leaven worth. As aMnj of rour readers may not be familiar wit e tus of such sale, I will descrfl ft: The crying is done at one of the doors of the barracks, and the bidders crowd around it, all standing. No platform is erected, or any other convenj eBOe provided, either for the officers or bid dersbat the former have their tables in side the room into which the door opens. -" An immense crowd assembled sometime before the boor of sale. Settlers were there in their flannel shirts and home-made trow sers, manifesting great anxfety to know whether squatters claims would be respect ed, or whether speculators would be per mitted to" enter into competition over their homes. - - . - - At ten o'clock Mr. Eddy Commission er, fcc appeared at the door, and announ ced that the hour had arrived for the open ing of the sa...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 4 December 1856

B PUBIJ3fiED ITZHT THURSDAY, 'BY J. CASKEY, Wuuw Sranr, Tans Dooa Socra or Jacraos, .? ? MILLERSBURG, OHIO. ; -TERMS, OF SUBSCRIPTION: Mail Subscribe.- aAwior - fl -j within, the year- ....- -"o After the year expiree... 1,---- -"- - u i TBS LA W OF NEWSPAPERS. r i " -- 1.' Maerflwn who . tfir mrprtm aotiwlnthc aentraiT, ua towidmd uwtekiiif to eotuwtbeirik- acription. ..... , . ' ' 8. If abarriben order th dicoutmaoce of their pa per!, the publuber can eoatinne to send them nntO mil S. If li loterrwen nepierx or renal to tike their Mpers from the office to wbicfi tber are directed, ther Ch MMrtMOMtiaSM. U.IVI C.Mnu.lun . ... U. aura V', J WLOCI 4. If enr subscribers remove to another plsre without Informing ihe publisher, ud their farmer is sort to the iomer direction, they are held responsible. . i 6. The Courts hare decided that refuting to take ft mem spaper from -the office, or rumoring and leaving h un called for is prmmfmci evidence of intentional fraud. TERMS OF AD VERTISING...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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