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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 14 October 1858

'SrMr' J. Caskey, EliUr aid PMjrietor. Offiee-Washiagtoa Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TeTmstiOae Dollar and Fiftj ten'fc a Idfaief . MILLEHSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, tifflO. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, .1838.' VOL. 3. NO. 8. Poetry. UNDER THE SUN. UNDER THE SUN. BY KATINKA. There are little bird in the svearaore tiros. Toning sad staffing the Whole day Yomg; tlforlgwhh gladness while daylight lasts. Cheering their labor with merry sung. There are green jW& waving in wind and rain, Telling of labor yet to be done, ' ' Vlfti theorai shall beripent-daad gathered in, A golden harvest, under the aunl Under its banks to the restless sta. Flowed the rirer, no clear and bright. Kissing the flowers that grow in its path Dancing along through the pleasant light Rocking the boats on its boaum bruad. As into the harbor they gladly run ; "Gleamisgand spailiiag. as to the sea ItSoweta forever, down aader the sun! There tngrtat Asortjaigbiag for honor and fame, Chasiug a phantom, that seems to st...

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. — 14 October 1858

J. CASKEY, - Editor. THURflDAY,:::::,:9CTOBERU,.1858: -rhe following perrons arc authorized A gtmlforthfBcpubUcan. J. H-Sxewcseb, Plimpton, j. 4 jr.Hoicaissos.HoImesvlUe, . Wit. Gctheie. Fredericksburg, E. Hall, Berlin, S. TrnSALL, and L. Edwakps, , Bloomfield. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. 'Tfie following shows the timeJoT"departoTes and arrivals on the C. Z. fc C. It. R. at,,Uillers Cleveland: Hnranta 2fonTH. The Expreu leaves, Mil- ersborg at 6.3UA. Al., ana arrives at uicveiana at 10.48. - The Accommodation leaves llillersbnrg at. 1.25 P. JL, and arrives at.Clevcland al 9,50. . Rocoso South AccommodatioHcareii Cleve land at 5.15 A. M., and arrives at Millersburg atl!i.OU. . Eimea leaves Cleveland at 4.15 P. II., 'and arrives at Millersbnrg at 8.40., MfTTlie Etdtux train running- Xorth con nects at Ormlfe with the East and 'West trains on the P. Ft. WVand C. It. R. Result in Holmes County. Tho returns frorathe different townships in this county are all in, but unofficial Buens' majority ...

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. — 14 October 1858

The Old Time Spinners and Wheels. The Township Fair at Independence, an$the)Pnion 'Fiurj at- Richfield- both .grand successes, revived old times in Spin ning EihiMtions and Contests. Of the ,Unra Exhibition the Dealer savs . The "Grand Kound All" was well done. The rinsr vrss'84 rods round; 17 yoke of ir e .l : oxen were in one sccuou 01 ine procesaio"i in jmother.n,, blacksmith actually' shod; a how.d'rawntound on a-platform wagon jirrnno-ed for the occasion. .A, lady over 0 rears of age mounted on a wagon, with a wool roll in. one hand, and a wheel-boy in theo'tiier, made the old wheel buz as slie walked back and forth to draw out and wind up her yarn.. Another lady satj dis- taffin hand, at a footwheel spinning flax, while near by, tier Jillle daughter rocked tbe'cradle, which contained a real, genuine. 4iro baby: bless jts little hearil and all moved to the music of Sargent's Band, "nnd the Royalton .Band, -who took -their Tho Herald thus describes the Richfield Spinning Contest...

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. — 14 October 1858

Extraordinary Spectacle in Cincinnati. The sons of Malta, a secret benevolent organization, has recently become an insti tution in the more important cities, and the Order exists we understand in Cleve land. A night procession of the. sons pf .Malta'in Pittsburgh a short time ago- at-"irar-ted much attention, and tho extraordi nary spectacle of a midnight marcH of thel Sons in 'lyincinr.au was wunesseu uy uiou sands on Wednesday. The procession, numbered some live hundred, -and w- thus described by thtf Commerctal: Three musketeers abreast with black cowl 'masking- their features, and robed in Mung white surplices, confiued at tho waist with girdles, from which "were suspended crosses, led the column. Menter's Band followed, playing dirges. TwoKniglits of Malta, attired in -glittering Ureek armor, carrying bright swords, escorted the Grand Chancellor, who was robed in a dense black flowing suitycoufined with a girdle, a long snowy, beard concealing the lower part of his face, and re...

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. — 21 October 1858

r mi wi f0MIB J;3Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Tfciri Boer'Soath of Jackson. Terms:-0nc Dollar and Fifty Cents ! idTaiff. MILlMRSBUllG, HOLMES COUNTY, GtHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1858. VOL. 3. NO. 9. Poetry. Poetry. IN THE SILENT TWILIGHT HOUR. Poetry. IN THE SILENT TWILIGHT HOUR. BY HENRY C. WATSON. jmIb' the silent twilight hour, , i ' In that pause 'tween Bight and day, 'ffheb the spirit wields'a' power -- Over time long pass 'd away; . iSark shadows throng arond me. And peer from out the gloom; Many-forms that blessed mychildhood, iLongEinceslurabering in thetomb! . . i'Smile upon. me through the glooml In. that silent twilight hour, " " Mem'ryj opes her .bearded store, Hopes that know nor bloom nor. flower. Lire again and die once morel Past thoughts of power and fame reveal : Their .vanity and pride: 0I only felt what those did feel ,. Who lived and hoped and died, , tVho lived and loved and sighed. -' iln'thy silence, mystic twilight, J Oft a lovin...

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. — 21 October 1858

THE REPUBLICAN. CASKEY, - Editor; j. "THURSDAY, ::::j:OC,TOBER 2086B. rgThe following persons are authorized A jjentsfor the Republican. J.H. Keolaid, Kashville. J. H. Sxedickes, Plimpton, J. fe W.Hutchecsox, Holmesvillc, Wni GciBME.Tredericksbcrg; E-. Hall, Berlin. - S. TidbIll, and L. Edwabds, Bloomficld. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The folio jring shows. the time-of-departures andTirrivals on the C. Z, 4 C. E. R. at ilillers burgnnd Cleveland: Kuxxlxa North. The JExprtu leaves Mil ersburg at G.30A. il.,.md arrives at Cleveland at 10.W. x The Accommodation leaves Millcrsbcrg at 1.25 V. Ml, and arrives at Cleveland at 9,50. Rcsxisg South Accommodation leaves Cleve land at-5.15 A. 31., and arrives at Jlilleraburg at 12.00. Exprctt leaves Cleveland at 4.15 P. M., and 'arrives at llilleraburg at 8.40. gfThe Expreu train running North con nects at Ormlle with the East and West trains on the P. Ft. W. and C. B. Ii. THE ELECTIONS. Entire State Ticket in Ohio, elected by over '20,000 maj. Burns...

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. — 21 October 1858

Faults of the Ocean Cable— Faults of the Ocean Cable— Facts in the Case of the Faults. Wo 'take tBo followictf condensation of an'infereslinand lengthy document from the PEiladelphia Prtss: By the Arago, which left Liverpool on the'22d ult, aDd arrived at New-'Yorlr on Wednesday.we receiVed the .highly interest ing' report from Mr. Varlej, an eminent electrician, "which- we published yesterday. We also have a reply of the Managers of Hie . Atlantic leiegraptr oompooy i Whitehouse.' TheCaDada. with PJuropean hews to the 25th, which reached Halifax yesterday, does not bring" any furliier news respecting' tne ucean oaoic. - Mr. Varley's report, though necessarily scientific is eenerally intelligible. He reached Vnlentia on the 5th of September, and found that no words had been received from' Newfoundland, through' the CaTjle, for several days. ITivo day's experiments, during "'which the Cable was subjected to varjousoests, brought the following results, which veTepeat-here: 1. The're i...

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. — 21 October 1858

Letter to Parson Brownlow from a Quadroon. [A REPLY TO THE PARSON'S OPINION OF] AMALGAMATION IN CINCINNATI.] AMALGAMATION IN CINCINNATI.] "Most potent, grave and reverend Priest." Suffer ma to correct few mistakes von Jmv mada in your-opinion 'of Uncin nati. I am one "of joni counUymen, a. Tennessean by birtbtnereiore i nope you ;n ii,nr mo with patience. It is true, rou have a poor reputation for posessipgany of taO UIlnSWHU livuca. pucuucf fjiGtyj vi anything else that is good, still, r can not consent you are so great a bear as you are represented: !rior do 1 believe tbat. you are utterjyJosfto all sense of decency, or entirely void of charity. There are some sterling qualities in your character;' you would have mado an excellent pot-house politician, especialy a Southern one, you hate the north with so much earnestness, and the nigger would be the especial object of your pious solicitude. Ju your remarks about Cincinnati you make use of tue fol lowing : "I was struck with one fa...

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. — 28 October 1858

JfrCaWey, Elitor ai Freprietor. Olee-WaskiBgton Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms:-Ono Dollar aad Fifty Cents in AdiaBec. MILLERSBTJKGr, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1858. VOL. 3. NQ. 10. I ' - Poetry. From the National Era. From the National Era. LINES Written for the Amesbury and Salisbury Preternatural Exhibition, 28th tenth Mo., 1858. ""Hris day two hundred years ago, f ''The -irildpp on tbe river's Bide, A.od the tasteless ground nut, trailing low; The table of tie wood supplied. fiUatoown the apple's red and gold, -- The. blaahlatiBtof peach and pear, .The mirror of. the Powwow told. , . 'Ho tale of orchards ripe aad rare. "Wild as 'the fruits He scorned to telL, . These yales ,the';dle hunter trod Nw.kaew.the glad, creative skill. Tbejoyofhim who tola with God. Ohl Painter of the fruits aad flowers! ' 'We' thank Thee for Thy wise design, Whereby these human hands of ours in Nature's garden work'with Thine! L "J t And thanks, that from our daily need The...

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. — 28 October 1858

The Republican. - Li Editor; J. CASKEYj - THURSDAY, ::::;:OCTQBER 286,58, -The. following persons are authorised A ctntsfor the Republican. T TT Krorin: Nashville. j.-HrSsraicKEfi; TEfnpton, J. A.TiHcTCHixsox.HolnKaErillc, j, Wst. Gctheie. FredericVlhurg; 1 "" E. Hall, Berlin. S.Tidball, and X. Edwards, Bloomfield. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The,iollovuig. shows the time ofcdepartnres and arrivals orTtheCrZ.fc C.Il. Hi. at ilillere bnrgand'Clerelnnd: ' ' " JtaHxero .North. The Erprett leaves Mil crsbarg at 6.30A. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 10.43. The Accommodation leaves Millersburg at i P.. Ml, and arrives at Cleveland at' 950. Russrrso South AeeommodaitotthaTcs Cleve land at 5.15 'A. JI., and arrives at Millersburg atiajJO. - . Eiprtti leaves .Cleveland nl 4.15 T..Ji., and arrives at llillerebunr at 8.40. . MPFTlie Exvrtit train running North con nects at Ormlfe -with the -East anil Wsi (frits on the P. Ft. W; and C. RzR. ' gST Gov. Denver, of Kansas, arrived in St. Louis on Satur...

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. — 28 October 1858

Love and Decepition--Flight of a Leather Merchant on the Eve of his Wedding. i.wehfJRtherinerchantofjrilJianis bwgKnaiDed James Flora; Jattf of the firm of Flora it-FenwicwHo does busi ness ia tho swamp, nd has a branch csp"j tabiishment id .Manchester, fcngland, was enmureil to.be-mamed to a beautiful young ladjjof Williarasburgh, but on the eve of tbe-wedding suddenly disappeared, me roerchantira'naa'n 'about fortj jears- .of ae. a widower, and the lattwr ot nve children. . The voumr lady, is an orphan, She belongs to one of the first families in Williamjburgb,Rnd was in every .waya'raost eligible match. 1p addition to her per sonal attractions sne is said to be a most accomplished lady, and the' heiress to considerable fortune. She is the junior of the gentleman. tawnom siie was to be unit ed py,.some bfteen rears. 2in-Flon.Iost.his -wife at the South somelim eaeo. and. have since lived in Wil liarasbirgij oDftteTie' has devoled ,'liirn- aelf to the young lady referred to, and 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. — 28 October 1858

Miscellaneous. How George became a Teetotaler . j - y r -: A flbortUisne since;i young maniliving in Ogdensburgb, K. whosejiame we bliali call GeOTgoTtcJoE dnnlltig rather" wore than usual, and some of Jis, friends endeavored to cure him. One day when ha triwin-CrnerloiBS condilionT'theygot 1.!m frt-'lrAnm' "tlr? Trm rrmn nLA ' rrrwr. sing about hnum tFemensPdirectTnc theirieniarkalo him. and-telKnsrbiro-wliat - 1 . - I" J - II? I I - fea'rful"objeclst such 'aS lsnaWe's awT" rats, were.aJwnTs'seen by2"jbo , victims ptjy. horrible disease- When the conversation bad feaxed high on this theme, onq of ' the number stepped out of the room, and from, a trap which was al bnnd, let a large rat into the room. None" of his friends apear ed.to.see.it, but the young man wEo -was to be the! -victim, siezedjalchair and hurled "iy.te ralj.MmpJetelyjisingjip.the piece. ofJftmjurB inlhl operation Another chairlh'areS the same fatewlien his friends siezed. him, and with terror depicted in their faces...

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. — 4 November 1858

-v K,..IIJ' -5lbiit3? lU - '- Jt'tbsTglJ".-! -OT9-' ' -ouoa - " iiv4intej. EJiter asi PwjH-ietor; Officc-WashiHgtei Sfreet, Third Boer Sottfe of Jackson. Tcras:0ic Dollar aid Fifty Cents li'-JMrner. ivitn Mir - . r- ' E : ii. r 'Kt St JSl! 1 -: isor.(T j;r ' - 03. 3. MiitiMsBURG, Holmes cowty, okio, thRsby,noembek i, isss. NO: U, l?vt. - - ' -o'2 .C n-a-.i -i v.-. Poetry. From Chambers' Edinburg Journal. LOOK AGAIN. BY JAMES KENWARD. iiMilssoit'fliy oul U weary Snl,n Oii Wldo fflseaadrain; uaxi gJJy Visa wied and dreary "Wfldernera of crime and pats;, !B Ifibcli delight ii in thy power - . ?! 'ifAnVa geni and many a flower ' Liu.. Jibok again! vou) i Think not joy .will ne'er forsake theer "tl-'ic'TouthViqniekardorslong remain; jteijHTEat Borrow cannot, overtake thee ita? iXotlung evil, everstaiB; eJnwFeartolapeiii'nchpoor dreaming '.CTnA' ttbUbrttfne nor all seeming- Lodrsgaiaf- anjoJeul.tleoiiwof.lmogluyiipa., , - rati .Bids or woea,thee to her chain;. . . no j3f?m.?.wJ:Bn?lia P86...

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 November 1858

J. CASKEY, Mm tmi EKOV THURSDAY,:::::: tftntsfor the Republican J. H. Ktxsiio. Ji ashvUIc. J.H.S-EDicsEB,riimptoii. .,feS5SRfSS!PtHl'l tor. ml S. Tidbail, and L. Edwaeps, Bjoomfield. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. 'The IbBdwing shows the time of dep and arrivals onthej P-AAGuSf ftSt him i-mi-Cleveland: - - - ito5&Kretn-ThdtErpro leaves Mil ersburg at,6.30A.,lI., anil ju-jivesat Clevpl-md atio.'aC-4 " " 'The ewibMfewVMillmlforgafr 1.55 Pi-M and'arrives-at Cleveland at 90r ' 1 ,Rcjrcrcxa South ccommodaiioa i eaves Cleve land at 5.15 A. .31., and arrives xtMillersburg -412.00.; , ' ' ; ' ; . lErprew leaves Cleveland at 4.15 t ;1TV and arrives afilillersb'nrg at 8J40. , . tgrOTie-iprJ train running -North con sects at Ormlle TritttneEasCancUWest trains on.lheP.-Ft. W.and,CLIJ.J?. , Election News. The newB'received lastevening,'(Wedrics, day,) indicates "pretty strongly that the Re publicans' tiavje, carried New, York, jMas.sa fhusetts, Jew jersey .andiMichigan,. Illinois-has probably gone'fo...

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. — 4 November 1858

A Good Peach Crop in Ohio. One ofxfhOujTCDbeJtff) from Ad urns Co.. called oil its the nast-week, and in answefeVjjpur etoquiriesbout their buc- peach crop.'th6"gr?sentaQa amounted to thirtjisichuwkeiuseU! wjiich-bropgbt. jaem,jn,tno Ujncinnau inre.u utciagu 4of three dollars per bushel, orinn. aggre gate of overlOjOOO.- KDedacting'thfl ex- flbbutdne:e:ghtli Dfrthat a'mdontfrom "ti second orchardjust comme'ucibg fo.bear. Mr. JL.. staled thai on their crourids the -. v-i i t t i . !.. . . i 1 VP. peactf'Crop liaa'taiiea onij fcron the last ten rears. Such an instance o( , " T . t -' - 1 r -'.V' season of ffeueral failure; and is caicufa tcn-yu-Ptbpr 'fyty gyipwers,wilhrjtho BopejtatIilte gpo" fortune' tjrajr jet be 'theirs;, '" - ." ' , Mr. L. Hvas on a visit to .the, Cpljunbus Nurseryfoche pjupoe3of'ngagiBgfruit treeXToflaTliiig a.son lrrilie business, up--pn a fainciaw'ay,C6l' '"He iplecds planting pears largely, wjtb, the peacJies, ft)rjmarket. puiyoses,. belieyjngias.we also do, ...

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. — 4 November 1858

Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous. Recipes. TO PRESERVE CRANBERRIES. you have vwisHdJtffem antl picked out thA imperfect ones, weigh them with aa. equal art of loaf sugar; then dissolve your su- jgaYitfjoBtaSjIltlp water as wilfdo it, find! pnvlt lira preser viug kchjo over uio ure, and let it3oiIflfcfih Ijirperleclly. cTeTr, tfeK-&Jd thecraoberries, and boil-till -tliej S&Ifiire sofE Potir them' while warm intcggtesswj'and. sfit'aside till cold, "when" tie paper over them and set aside for use. iiiCkiTBBEKr Jeixt. After your1 cran BSrrtesjfar'e boiled according to the above4 ecjons strain them through, a fineseive, iZfya pour, .them when warm into' jellj glas- fatliSibsrADE Powder. Mix one part of StfJc "wIlHTi parts 6f; finely powder wfoa sugar.'' JL very fine dry lemonade jjsjthus. prepared, which may be preserved '")wJanj: lengthJof time. The quantity -of (Jhis mixture necessary to be put ic a glass idf;v?ater?'td:make a pleasant drink must be regulated' by taste' of the pers...

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. — 11 November 1858

Ci&bft Eiitdr ail Pfaprietor. is;;.-, ; 1 -XL Y Olfice-WasliiHgtoH-Street, -Thir Baar'ScpA of Jackson, Tcrnis:Onc Dollar and Fifty CenfsfHtfra-fc. kiLERSBTflfe HOLMES 'GQTJKTY, OHIO, T?HMst)AY, NOYEMOBER 11, 1858. mat:1 Poetry. THE LAST FLY SUMMER. Tia the-.last flyi'pf summer, - :j , Leftbuxxingalorie; . All its black, legged companions -oK 1 Are driednp and gone. , ci' . Hot oae'ofits kindred; i , J ' "ilfoiWnerbotUe nighf 0- j JTo fiport !miil the sugars, , ,,f.I " .Orifcthcznilkdi'e. ;t ; , .. ' . .. -2177 41 not doom thee, thon lone one, .no , fiinte.the rest are all, vanished, , -tjJco jCopio diae jroo with me. 1-niTus; kindly. I scatter i : . . , JIft y-SonieVcronjbS'oE.Biy breadl -oi f iWteW tby,;ioate on. the table .n xaeitjuiereaanajneaa. But soon you -will perish, E j.lft i A'P dlj afraid, 1t)'. v Jqr.the glara is at sixty. , tatpow in the shade. It.- , jJVhcn.Taspa liayoall,vaniln;d, K ,. -And jblue-bottles;flW,B( can inhabit . u r' V.iThU bleak world alone. SPEAK GE...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 11 November 1858

The Republican. The Republican. J. CASKEY,----Editor. THURSDAY,::::::::::::NOV. 11, 1858 TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. tpv. (xilowine shows "Jd, rivJ.o.tA C. Z. K.K.E. atSlillers bnnraad Cleveland: ' ' " .... fibranto mTB.-Tbe -Erpreti kaves Mil ststrarg at JO A. M,ud arrives at Cleveland t 10.48. c The Aoxmmodam leaves Millersborg at 125 T. SL, and arrives at Cleveland al 9,50. . -- RnnnxG South Aocomrnodatio leaves Cleve- land at 5J5 II., and arrives at Millersburg at 12.00. Expra leaves Cleveland al 4.15 P. M and - arrives at Millersburg at 8.40. ; - - gfTThe Expreu train running- Horth con nects at Ormlle with the East and West trains on the P. Ft. W. and C. B. B. THE NOVEMBER ELECTIONS. The New York Election. . ' " - -."Th result of the election ia the Empire State, as in the Keystone, is an overwhelm- , iog' rebuke to the Administration. . The reported majorities for Governor in the State give Morgan 55,789, Parker 38,706 Morgan's majority 17,083, which will bo varied somewhat, throug...

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. — 11 November 1858

The Overland Mail. ST. LOUIS, Nov. 8. - . 'Wben tWSt. Louis owerlnnd mail of the l.Ci irwobed 6m Francisco, tha mail tia the Isthmw f sbe MMwte had nut , Oregoa dAtes of tf 18th of Sept men- Uaa credited romor . uuo. two nosum MtUsV Hmiim OualchMn mad; Oobiu were 'rantnred and fchoL-'"'' : . A-ueeogerainv4 at.SfrasU with de spalc&& fkmr fort- Vailcorerlbr Fort Rea ding". These despotcnes rooia cuaoge ' the destination oF troops n rofcte for "Ore ,gon agd Washington Teraioryi Jut lne forces mm'tfceife'-'will be able to keep 'the IMnm ander sobjection without addition The Sacramento Mercery publishes i eorpwraTCatin' reveaUngtheTejUteoce. of a project to make a niuoasierin? incursion iJtah corfes'pooilfcnt to the Uepubliean . gives aaeo4)fiaeoatrgett-comrait-nrsonVorMrt MarVe? iiwl. datigh tfS'ears since by two Utes,'. Indians at 'Spanish lork. Gov. Cutnmings demand ed, the surrender of the offenders through the Indian agent: it was refused, and a re quisition they made on Gen...

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. — 11 November 1858

Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous. From the Philadelphia Press. Miscellaneous. From the Philadelphia Press. AN EPITAPH. In England of old eTer 4b ' . That the king kept W butler and also his fool Balls Model Republic one roan will suffice Tortile Court fool, and the bottles to ice. Tie one wholies here Buck's marketing did, 0are cards roand for dinner to those who were bid, ' - ' And exulted" o'er others, when not asked to .- dine - Qsxeeutive'mnttoB and Cabinet wine. This slab, oa last Tuesday placed over his bones, . Shows the Court fool and Butler was named Z,'&rfi-- ' O Woman 1 in our hours of money d ease, Uncertain, coy and doced hard to please; Prodigal as if each paving-stone within The street, -thy nod converted into "tin," And every "brick" thy husband's hat may hold, 'Were, worth at least tea times its worth in gold: Bat when suspensions cloud his anxious brow, Andfcehaa"narv red" oli! where art thou?" SrHere is a white rose not faded through two hundred years the while ro...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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