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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 9 September 1858

it V M. ll fit 11 1 1 1 fif ifW"' 4S I. Caskty, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Door Sooth of Jackson. Terms: One Dollar and Fifty Cents ia J.YBce MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1858. NO. 3- VOL. 3. C 10 Poetry. For the Holmes County Republican. For the Holmes County Republican. I'LL THINK OF THEE STILL. BY J. J. EDMONDSON. Ill think of thee still, Though we dwell far apart, And still cherish thy image, Deep, deep in my Heart Oh! distance may sever, And time glide away. Set still as fondly as ever, 111 lore thee for aye. I'll think of thee still. At the closing of day; When twilight shall gather ' Eonnd, softly and gray ' When the fancy takes wing, ' . And soars far above; 111 think of the maiden, As darkly I rove. Ill think of thee still. As the moon's silver light. Shines deep in the vales, . And os the clear waters bright: When low drowsy mormura, . Wrap the soul in a reverie; 111 think of the loved one. Where e're I may be. Ill th...

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. — 9 September 1858

cpl)litan. rrHURfiZ:::::::::::SEPS85i: igtnls for tb KcpobUcan. .iiH. KiatUB."tvlile- , J. H. Smtnicxa. 1 iintploB, J A W. Hltchixbox, HoImesvUle, W. irrHw,'KrcdcrjcksbDrg, , f L-r, E. HAtttBerlin, -g Towail, mad L. Eowabds, Bloonifield. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shows the time of departures ad arrivals on the C. Z. fc C. R. B at Millers burg and Cleveland: " Rumana Nobth. The Express leaves M3 ersbnrg at 6.30 A. M., aad amvea at Cleveland fFhe Jlceommodalion leaves MilleTwbnrg at 155 , i : n ni 1 j t n Kukkirg Socth Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 5.15 A. 1L, and arrives at Millersburg .iionn ' ' ' - Erorat leaves' Cleveland at 4.15 P. M., and . arrives at Millersburg at 8.40. S Alls jjicurni mill . u i.ji.u . . ... -- vuu- .necls at Ormlle with the East aad West trains .. on me r. 1 t. . ana u. ic a. Republican State Nominations. Far Sttpreme Judge, , . viuun. t. rECK, of Scioto. ,.:t " ' Tor Comptroller, WILLUM B.TBBAIX, of Fraukllu. ... For Attorney General, . CIIKI...

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. — 9 September 1858

The State Fair. DubluJies an noOociog l4t arrange men ts have been ruade with, all the Railroads in the -State, to carry stock .intended for exhibition at the State Fair, at SandusKj, commencing Sep. 14th, 2858,ree of charge, f asset nera will be carried at half the usual fare. ' Secretary glippart also publishes the following: - - -. --- - -" Secretary of County Agricultural Socie ties will confer a favor by soliciting meni bora of their respective Couuty Societies to btiag to County Fairs, a collecUou 'consist ing of, say a dozen heads or eacn anety of wheat crown br them." Each, variety should be put in a separate package and labeled. On the label should be written the grower's name, the kind of soil on which it grew-rwhelhe liable to fly, winter-kill, midge or tust.- - The packages thus collected at county Fairs, to be forwarded to me at Columbus, Ohio, by the first of Uecemoer, by Express, or otherwise. ., Those who can conveniently, will confer a great favor by 1 brintfinfj sp...

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. — 9 September 1858

Miscellany. The Wheat Crop of the Country. The wheat crop in the be considered as harvested and partially j c ..w. Wo can, therefore give the following retnma with some degree of jftTbrk. The crop is under tLe last ' -bout nrteen per. cent- dut. toe Duality is much belter. Pennsylvania The crop is fully an av erage one, but ten per cent, less than last year, per acre. ' Maryland The crop is an average one, but less per acre, and better in quality, than test year. Virginia Th wheat crop in this State is twenty per cent, less than last year for the amount of ground in cultivation, and the quality not ranch superior. North Carolina The crop in this State is Drobably nearer to a total failure tban in any other. The yield being fully fifty per cent, less than last year, ana poor iu 4- J Kentucky Tb. crop is about the aver age, but less than last year; the quality is Tennessee The crop is a good one, but under the average in the yield per acre.- The quality is good. . Missouri The amount ...

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. — 16 September 1858

sir (H i m in lira WW Offiee-Washirigtoo Street, Third star&itk of Jackson. J. Caskry, Editor and Prprietr. Terms:-One Dollar and Fifij Ceils in idranrr. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1858. VOL.3. &0. 4. i f a ' - : r - ' . -a. Poetry. GLORY TO GOD! -GforgtoGoduttJte Highed, and on Eartik Peace, uooa wtu imn mem. 'TBj the author of the Christian Ballad entitled - -eiana up urjeauw j Glory to Gobi . " - iu him alone we make oar boast. And. face to face, from coast to coast, ' We lift the watchword of Hi host Praise Father, Son and Holy Ghosti Glory to God! ' V '-dlorytoGodl Let highest heaven exalt His name, Xet farthest worlds increase His fame, . - Each inortrinfc tarT!ume its flame, "Ea4'ok of God anew proclaim ." 'Glory to God! " r f fJlory to Godt . ' ' ' 'Let all the earth fee 'power cob teas. His wisdom land, His goodness bless. Good wQl and peace socceed distress, V 2hristeonie-lhe Lord our righteousness! ""' - Glory to God! , Glory to God!...

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. — 16 September 1858

JT. CASKEY, . Editor, THURSDAY,::: :-EPT. 16, 1858. ctnts for the KcpobUcM J H. KnfXAi"."8?.,'llIe J. H. 6kkwc" Fhmpton. J A W.Hotchixsos, Holmesrillc, , W. Gothkik. Fredericksburg. i E. H-ui, Berlin, S. Tidbaij., and L. Edwards, Bloomfield. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The .following shows the time of departures and arrivals on the C. Z. fc C. H, B. at Millcre i l nirlmA-'- - ' - ' Rmncrjio JTokth. The Fxprets leaves Mil- , a r i i j : a f 1 1 I ersburg at o.au.4. jo-, kuu arrives at vjci tano t 10.48. - The Accommodation leaves Millensbnrg at 1.25 P. M., and arrives at Cleveland al 9,50. - RrconxG ScxrrH Aocomwiodii&m leaves Cleve laad at 6.15 A. M., and arrives at JJiUersburg a12.00. Express leaves Cleveland at 4.15 P. M., and . arrives at Millersbnrg at 8.40. : rarThe Expreu train ninninjr ortn eon nects at Orrnlle with the East and West trains on the P. Ft. W.and C. B. B. Republican State Nominations. ; For Supreme Judge, WILLIAM. V. FECK, of Scioto. - For Comptroller, ', tmxiABE ...

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. — 16 September 1858

An Honest Witness. Marcus J. Parrot m, mtew years ago, s Democratic member of the Ohio Legislature.- He went to Kansas as a Democrat arjd was elected to Congress as a Free State Democrat. The other day at a dinner gneech - at home he rave as his views of modern Democracy, and we cut from .his remarks the following sample : "I have seen little difference between the Democracy of Kansas and the Democ racy of Congress ; and thatKttle, if possi ble, is in favor or toe former, i uve seen in Washington a recklessness and villianly, on the part of the representative Democra cy, which would even make : Kansas Democracy blush; and I am now thor highly convinced that slavery is democra cy and democracy it slavrry, and besides this it is nothing. Contrasted with the conduct of that party, I admire and lore and hold up to admiration the nationality (and devotion 10 principle of the Kepublican party. And I could not help contrasting me recKiessness ana demoralization of tlie wne, with the indepe...

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. — 16 September 1858

Poetry. THE FUTURE LIFE. ''How'aballlknow the la tha epbeta ",lfc Tha diaambodM spirit ef tbe dead, . wiwn of thtbtttnwM 71 And perished among thednstw ". , For Iall fcelUartW rt1 ' V ' , II there I meet ""J gentle ateer-nee not ; ' Vorhearth.Ttrfc.I lore or read again yiii"rn'h'l:'l",l"ttwe Vraaw on eexthwaaerei an thy prayer. And anut thorn never otter it in heaves ? Ti iinailiias Islilliiil lij hnaTna's lift limlhim ttimiI In tha sasyh noetic of that florions sphere, And Inrgn BMnwnti of tb ninVtnmd anna, -- Titt then ingot th lora tlMtjo(Dd aba ? ThkmtbnttkraaghsaaiataRDr put, Unrt niiiily wWt my harsher aatete bore, And deeper grew, and tenderer to the last, rShall It expire with life, and be no awn J ;" A happier lot thaa krsysjed larger light, '' " Await OieotbereeVmTTieo hut bowed thy win ' IfaenoarJalhonatKOtotbariileorright, "And hrtest all, and leudeiert good for PL For me, tbe sordid cares in which I dwell. Shrink and consume my heart, aa heat the Ktoll; And wrath baa le...

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. — 23 September 1858

4S J. Caskej, Editor ai Proprietor. Ofiet-Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Terms: One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Adrancr MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1858. YOL.3. NO. 5. 113 Poetry. From Harper's Weekly. HOW C. FIELD LAID THE CABLE. A BALID. BY JOHN G. SAKE. Come listen all onto my aong; ' , It is so silly table; . . . "lis all about the mighty cord ' ' " .Thej-call the Atlantic Cable. feoldCTCi FinJbeaid,arhe, '-?-v I ae a pritty notion .-.!.- That I eaa ran a telegraph. - Across the Atlaatie Ocean. ' -" .' Tbe all the people langhed and said, ' They'd like to see him do it; , He might gel half-teas-ever, but . ' . He neret could go through it. . , To carry out his foolish plan ' ' ' ' He never would be able: " " He might a well go hang himself ' -' ' With his Atlantic Cable. But Croca was a vallient man, A fellow of decision. . And heeded not their .mocking words,: "- Their laughter and derision. , .. Twice did his bravest efforts fail, m...

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. — 23 September 1858

J. CASKET, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY,::: :::8EPT.23, 1858. yThe following persons are authorized A gtnts fa the Republican. J. H. Kjuxatd, Nashville. J. H. Skkmchs, Plimpton,' , --. J. 6 W.HrroHntsos. Holmesvttle, - W. Qcthki. Fredericksburg, ",; , ' E. Hau, Berlin, ' 8. TroiAix, and L. Kdwakds, Bloomfield. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shows the time of departures aad arrivals on the C.Z. A C. R.R. at Millers burg aad Cleveland: ... RcntDfO Kotb. The Erprett leares Mil ersburg at 6.30 A. H.,aud arrives at Cleveland at 10.48. - . ., , . ....... , The Aceonrmodation leaves Hfllenborg at S& P. M., aad arrives at Cleveland at 9,50. Rcjnrnxo South Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 5.15 A. M., and arrives at MUlersbunr at 12.00. - - - i - 6 Expren leave Cleveland at 4.15 P. II., and arrive at Milleraborg at 8.40. M The Ezprtu train running North con nect at Orrolfe with the East and West trains on the P. Ft. W. and C. R. R. Republican State Nominations. Far Supreme Judge, WILLI...

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. — 23 September 1858

News Items. Of On the 5th inst at Warne-boro. Franklin Pa- a mu umcd Osborne vnsbot kd. by Daniel and David Funk, for attempting to carry water trotn roua w. - in jau. rsr-Joha W. Van Clere, aa old citLwn, and the first white maa is Dayton. Ohio, died city ob the 9th iast, of Consumption. -a"-Al Chatoqne,K.Y. Sept. 6, in rawing the frame of a Baptist Church, the timber fell killed one man ana aenoysty lfljuroa 9 ouier. ray A TTaahingtoB eorrespondent of lie enr York Conner says. -President Buchanaa will take Anti-Free trade ground in hiaforth coming message, o far at tost as to increase the dntiea on Iron and Uoai,taeraiun iaicrei Tania." ' - - h TurarlaT nieli of hail and wind oieored in the lower Ohio. At BockDort, Indina,thehooBeof Henry Gard ner, situated on stilisoa the Bask of the rirer. was Mown over, bis wile killed, 2 children mortal wounded, and all the others slight v. Much damage was done to crops, fences and timber., . r A L-ITT UIKATLT .CLZ88CO. 1 be TPTlTal la Katchez...

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. — 23 September 1858

Poetry. REAPER ON THE PLAIN. ; ij Bending oe'r Us sickle, Hid the yellow paint . .. Lol tie stnrJy reaper,- - -Heaping on the plain; , r - . - - ' Singing, as tbe sickle, ' P ' t Gathers to bis band, Rootling in its ripeness. 'The glory of the land. :. --rvl . fjjiatk tie graia before Wm, TX V 6 waving in the wind, And the evea gavel v '" -; . Following behind, . Bound in armfull bandies, ,: - "" r Standing one by one, ' j' Tbe yeater morning's labor ' - Ripens in the (on. , .. ... XeoglVe stood and pondered, . Gazing from the kill. , n cue we rauray reaper t - - Sang and labor'd still; Bending o'er bis sickle, V3Cd the yellow grain, ."'" Happy and contented, - Reaping on the plain. And as upon my journey, I leave the maple tree. Thinking of the difference Between the man and me; I torn again to see him , . . Reaping on the plain. And almost wish my labor ' ' Were the sickle and the grain. Clippings. . It is a beautiful remark of Bacon that who robs in darkness breaks God's lock. Fo...

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. — 30 September 1858

: : ' 1 :T. .'.: J. Caskejf, EiiUr aid Proprietor. OSce-Wa-shintoi Street, Tklr. Boor Soutk of Jackson. V Ters:0e Dollar as. Fifly Celts ii Jdraecf. VOL3. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, J858. NO. 6. df iiltr iiiliT' 'M 1 ;;iyr.:..s5i i4 --J III II III I Poetry. For the Republican. ADIEU TO OHIO. . -.. ,, - -i : .; Line, written apoa tb. .v. of ft departure Iron thla Slate for ene f arore ewanr claM. . . Adieu to thee Otiio, 101 long nad aaient AUe to thr broad ralliei and gentle elop'd bOli; . JAdlea to tbj town, and citim, and deep rlrere Urn.; Aawn to thr greree, thy eons-Mid. aaririllu Teal! I omfull j whieprrgood bre, ""- -' Aerivainaifcftwavevscheiiabed femes . .But e for UmwU1 eecap. the iniolunuiy righ, - s Aad to a eee eneUded tear-drope will came. - . 1 g. tree, ttjereclnta to own nettr State, Tn tea ene-tbaaattetbeieawjet dear; -. . Wkoe U Bluebird and Swallow, come, net ao late, , And wheretoe iandecapea are erighter, the watemaMre clear; ' . " ...

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. — 30 September 1858

TO THE INDEPENDENT VOTERS IN THE COUNTIES OF Knox, Coshocton and Tuscarawas. Gextlemex: I have been noroioaled byjthe Republicans of the 15 CngrewojiiiJ Dig trict of tlie State of Ohio, composed of the aboTe named countiem as their candidate for Represen thtivsio Congress Jfy acquaintaace in the three niil counties beine liraitedjuid the time intcr- venirtg betweeB niy. nomination and (he day of the election oemg ww suvn iu aumii ui m ap pearing perwntlry Ibelbre "you, is all the cuon tics of the District, I deem it my duty to 1st before yo, i this Address, a few of the moat important claims l bare upon your sunrages. Before rjroeeedine to discuss the comparative merits of my opponent, Oct. Joseph Brass, and myself, as the nominees in this Congressional District of the two great political parties of the country, 1 here dUcJaim any feeling' of personal hostility to that gentleman. With his private character I hare nothing to "do. - I intend to place the .issue of this contest oh high...

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. — 30 September 1858

J. C ASKE Y, : - d-; -:EdHor. THCRSDAyv:::::-":SEPT 30, 1858, jyThe persons are authorized A- bis for the liopnblican. - ' ' J. jL 8vfeMt riinrnHiiv .'r iiZTj i J. W.Hi-tciiixbox, Holmesyille, . wif. -Gi-nrniE. Fredericksburg. ," XHaj Berlin.1- . S. Tiiiball, and L. Edit Anns, BloomfieW. - TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. iTlie" J!Jhs;iug shows the lime of" departures and arrivals ob the C. Z. C E. K, at Millers lit;rgnnd Cleveland:' "" ' J:L.visu Tn. The Expiry leaves 'Mil- ,r,tuBZ.a G.31tAM-,nnd arrivee Cleveland The lnttttw leaves Hillersutirg at 1.35 I. p;nl arrives at Cleveland at 9,50. ' . ' JU nmxi. sjovm-Acoammodatiou leaves Cleve-lanil;il-.Li-iI. aiul arrives at JttilletaboTg atl3.Ujt,v i ,lnr J - r- v:Le - -Jfran leaves -Cleveland al 4.15 P, and arrive at Slillersburg a! 8.40. . y : Jl'be jixitru train ruuiiintr Xortli eon ntf.sitf tjrrviiie willi the EmI aud West trains on tiie 1". Ft. '.V. and C. It. IL ..... Republican State Nominations. -? WIUUM. V. PECK, of Scioto. . . YilLtlASI...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 30 September 1858

Poetry. Poetry. From the Cairo Times and Delta. DEAD. BY EDWARD WILLETT. Goae, fleeting with the wlurlwiwj. 7 . - , Gone, rushing with the river, T' limaa nut into the diXaem, ' - - - I Forever art forever! zj l 3 rr Goae, as the sunlight closes, J Uone, a tbe starlight pale. Gone, as the fair flower wither, A -I ' 3oe, al beeutjfeUel . .. Oh, heart thy hopes are raiact : -. -" Thaa wind of rushing tide, ;'-.' 2iore fleeting than the morning mist " .4 That ikirta the moutaia aide. -... Weill kt the dead be" boned, ' f lad let the peat be past! Tf This world is but a meteor ... lib cannot afaoaa last. . Then may die days fleet taster,. " Thaa wiad or riTer's flow! God lend us the Hereafter, God rest the Long Ago! BY EDWARD WILLETT. Miscellany. BY EDWARD WILLETT. Miscellany. A Tragi-Comic Funeral. Joy and sorrow, laughter aud tear are asperated bj do insurmountable barrier, and not unfrequently even the boundary line between Uiem ia lost. We have rarely met with a more striking instan...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 7 October 1858

ft J. Caskey," Elitor nd Proprietor. Olee-Washingtoo Street, Third Boor SoorY of Jackson. Terms-One Dollar and Fifty Cents in idrWe. VOL.3. MILLERSBllftG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5T, 1B58. NO. 7; wm Poetry. For the Republican. EPHEMERAL SKETCHES. BY A RECLUSE PHILOMATH. A few evenings ago, while engaged in the evisceration vfaome of the abstruse technicali ties of forensic lore, a change came gently over the spirit of my mind; and spurring the longer endurance of theehafineshackles of legal study, :she plumed her wings and sallied forth to revel while among the varigated scenes of imdgina Ijion. Darting back with lightning speed to the daya of other yean when to her infantine vi sios the world seemed clad in the gorgeous ha- 'biiiments'of Eden before the fall, and the young heart leaped with gladuess utider the magic in' fiuence of the star of hope she sortn perceived with mingled emotions of pleasure and of pain. that the trail of the serpent lay dimly upon ma ny of ...

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. — 7 October 1858

CASEEY, . - - Editor. THURSDAY,: rOCTQBER 7i 1858. j. fJTThe following persons are authorixedA ctnLsfor the Republican. J. H. Kotcaid. Nashville. - J. H. Sjcedicieb, I'limptoB, - J. & W.Hdtchotos, Holmeaville, j . ' Wk. Gcthrm, Fredericksburg, : :'- '. Hill, Berlin, "S. Tiobaix, and L. Ed w aim, Bloomfield. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The billowing shows the time of departures &hd arrivals on the C. Z. 4 C. E. B, at JlillerB- bure and Cleveland: - --- ' . Euinoae North. The Erprtt leaves Mil- ersburg at 0.0UA. AL, and arrives at Cleveland at 1U.4S. The Accommodation leaves atillersburg at 1 P. M.. and arrives at Cleveland at 9.50. Rukxthc South Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 5.15 A. M-, and arrives at Alillersburg mtl2.00. ; . Express leaves Cleveland at 4.15 P. 3L, and arrives at Hillereburg at 8.40. raS" The Erpreu train running orth con Bects at Orrnlfe with the East and West trains on the P. Ft. W. and CR.fi. . Republican State Nominations. " For Supreme Judge, WILLIAM. V....

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 7 October 1858

What the President said to Senator Brown. . The Hon.' A. G. Baowx, of MwsiasippL made a speech at barbcuC on the 11th, . . ... (PL. t 1 at liazletiuret, Aliss. . Aue uartmcue, wn given him by bis "old friends of Copiah - -count?. ne avoweu too toosi extreme - Southern doctrines, contending that slavery and the Union would sol exist together, ' and that, when the issue arose, he was in furor of disunion in behalf of slavery. The "Vicksburg , Whig reports ibal which the ' Governor said in regard to the Conference Bill, as follows: - - - ' The Governor expressed hi acquiescence in the Conference bill, and hoped it would T be enforced. -. Ho stated that he tailed on 'the President before he Itft Washington, and ttal Mr. Buchanan assured him in the nasi positive' and unequivocal terms that he would appoint no man . to office who held the opinion, that Kansas ought to be admitted before she has a population which would entitle heir to a representative in Congress, ( according to the terms...

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. — 7 October 1858

The Election Law. AN ACT. further to amend the act preserve the purity of election, passed Starch 20, 1841. tSEcnr 1. EeUenactediythe General Assem bly of State of Ohio, That section Bomber two of tbe act entitled "an act to preserve the purity of elections." passed March 50, 1641; be and the same is hereby amended so as to read a follows: Section 2. Ko person ahali be per niitted to vote at any election unless he shall . hare been aa actual resident' of the State for . one year next preceding the election, and aa ac tual resident of the county for Lhinv davs mr-xt preceding tike election, and an actual resident of ,- loe-iownanrp or wara twenty aaya nenpreced ' jdg the election, and the judges of the election, in determining the residence ot s person offer to -rote, shall be governed by the following rules. so teas tbe same may be applicable: First lhat place Bhall be cumudefed and held to be .the residence of a person in which his habitation la fixed, without any present intention...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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