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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 30 June 1859

iliii a a , m is n hi - ii h . 11 i?i f. T "T " " ": " J. Caskej, Miter and Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Boor South or Jackson. Terms: One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUXE 3V185i. VOL. 3. NO. 45. Poetry. THE WAR. Alfrad TeaayKn, the English Pwt LauiMtte, Us written tue fallowing oa. . THE WAR. U sound of thunder afar. Storm U the South that darkens the day, Storm of battle and thunder of war, - Well if do not roll our way. Forml form! Riflemen torm! Beady, be read j to meet the storm! " Riflemen, riflemen, riflemen torn! &e not deaf to the sound that warn! Be not gull'd by a despot's plea! ...... An figs of thistles, or grapes of thorns! How should a despot set men free? Form form! . Riflemen farm! . Ready, b ready to mart the storm! . . '- Riflemen, riflemen, riflemen form! Let yoor reform for a moment go. Look to your butts and take good aims, ' Setter a rotten borough or so, Than a rotten fleet or a city in fla...

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 June 1859

The Republican. J. CASEEY, - - .- Editor. THURSDAY,::::::::JUNE 30, 1859. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shows the time of departures ad arrivals on the C. Z. 4 C. R. R. at MUlers- bunrsad Cleveland: '" . Rimnjro Koarw. The Accommodation leaves Millersborg at t30 A. If-, aad arrives at Cleve land at 11.18. The Brora leaves Millersbnrfc at 1.40 P. H., aad antv.es at Cleveland at 6.15. . RcttkikC fovrm Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 10.00 , aad arrives at Ji Uleraburg at 4.42 r. M. y Exprtuleavim Cleveland at 455 P. M., and arriveatMilwrsbBrgat9.1T. " '- ; rSCl'be Exnna train rtmnine North cou ecu at Orrvriie with the Eart and West traias o the P. Ft. W. and C. E. R. - - ' . JJSTThe "DeyiL'a to pay" among the Democracy of Ohio." Immediately on the heels of the adjournment of the Republi can State Convention, the proposition was made by the Cincinnati Timet a Know Nothing paper, that Whitsiah'b name be taken off the. Democratic State Ticket and Judge Swab's put in its place. ,...

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 June 1859

SPECIAL NOTICES. rac'Vprf publish,! IB Mother column of to-day's I piper a article opitd from- the Cincinnati Tina, descriptive of Dr, JtobackY extensive Tftfdieal establishment! in that city. By the way. ti IV. ' Roback's Remedies hare obtained a great and deseed jwpularltjk classes. e- has been but a short time since" these Remedies were introduced into our sestoa af oiatry; y "TSr: Brennau, J. Roback's agent in hfa plac informs us that his sales of the Blood Pill 4 -Blood. Enrifier now exceed thoiw af U ef medicines for which be agea combined.-.-Ths reasoa of this, is, that they hare stood, thfc fewt of practical eaperiewe. -We koowtbia4 "'oklylroiBthe mouths of others, but w .ixvk 'ucd them in our own tunUy witK the f efy beat results. For all diseases of the blood, general abHitrbetehr proceeding from sickness cfr 'from' natural wealniess.indigestioD, and all kin t'Vlred aliments, we recommend the Scandinavian . JLjiemedies as the very best medicines extant - JTiey.are destined...

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. — 30 June 1859

of such sale, with interest thereon from the time payment thereof, and the amount of taxes paid thereon, by the purchaser, subsequent to such sale; and such land or lot shall be boot for tb payment thereof. '. - Sec. 33. No sale of any land or tows lot, for delinquent taxes, shall be -considered invalid on ac - count of its hairing been charged on the duplicate in any other name than that of the rightfatawner: FVorided, that such land or lot be, in other respects sufficiently deacnoea on toe duplicate, and the taxes for which the same is soh, be due and un paid at the time of such sale. Sec 34. W hen,- by the provisiuus of any former . . law, the collector of taxes or the county treasurer was aauiomea to mace aeeas, fur rands or lots by them sold, for delinquent taxes, and the same ha not been done, the county auditor of the proper county snan oe, ana He is hereby authorized to make sack deeds to all persons entitled thereto ; and the deeds which shall be so made by the audit - or, ...

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. — 7 July 1859

IB mm h lif 3 III III l$fl A. . A. A. . fll W "ft.r yv irm A WW U J. Caskej, Editor and Proprietor. ' . Ofice Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms: One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Adjunct. VOL. 3. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY.7, 1859. N0.46, Miscellaneous. THE DESERT ISLAND. Translated from the German for the Holmes County Republican, by M. J. BARNES. . A very rich man, who had gained the favor of many esteemed personages, as well as those of more bumble stations, by his benevolence, was induced through wise motives, to render one of his slaves happy " by grantingbim his freedom ; after which he fitted out for him a vessel, laden with valuable merchandise. "Now," said he to Lim, "go sail to a foreign land.traffic with this merchandise, and all the gain shall be thine." The slave departed as he was com manded, and was much delighted with the prospects before him: anticipating great pleasure in the variety of scenery which would surround him, aud esp...

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 July 1859

J. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY, :::::; " - J ULY 7, 1859. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The followiBe shows the time of departure ad arrivals on the C. Z. A C. K. . t Millera burg sad Cleveland: . linrsnfo J"oeth. The Accommodation leaves Millersburg at 4.30 A. M., aad arrives at Cleve land at 11.18. - The Express leaves Millersburg at 1.40 P. II., aad arrives at Cleveland at 6.15. Rcmrao South A ceommodation leaves Cleve land at 10.00 A. and arrives at Millersbnrg at 4.43 P. M.- .. , ...... - Erprcu leaves Cleveland at 4a5 P. II., aad arrives at Millerebarg at 9.17. . aThe Etvreu train ninning North eon ecu at Ormlle with the East aad West trains on the P. Ft. W. and C. R. R. Change of Owners. The Messrs. Nrwros have sold the Holmes Countj Farmer to the Messrs. Estill. We wish the retiring firm abun dant success irr whatever business they may engage," and to the incoming firm we extend the right hand of fellowship, hop ing that pecuniarily, they may have all the success they desire. T...

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. — 7 July 1859

Wreck of the Steamer Arago. ST,JOHNS, N. F., July 1. All of the passengers who were aboard the Arago, which was wrecked in Trepassy Bay, a few days since, have armed here safe. The st&em lug left again to-day to bring op the crew and what was saved from the wreck. The following are Uie particu lars. - THE DISASTER. Between three and four o'clock on Tues day moruiner, the Aram made Cape Pine, bearing twelve miles distant from the coast The Pilot. UaDtain. crew, and all otneis warn c&llfid rn dvIr at tha siVht of land, Thecnurso was rhnntred and made S. E-byE. This should have cleared .her fifteen miles from Cape Race. About quarter past four a very dense fog came ud. at haff-past live tne iapiain spoKe a fisbin? schooner. He stopped and reversed ntnne, and hailliDg a schooner, asked, "where yon fishing P "Answer "On the east side of "Trepassy Bar, .a mile and a half or two miles off." The Captain ordered the helm to be put hard porti'the engines "to go on ja full speed, and t...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 7 July 1859

LAWS OF OHIO: Published by Authority. AN ACT Confering cerUin powers on, certain duties of, the Board of Public Work, gee. i, f emacttd if the General Attrmhlrf nfthe State Ok, That the board of public worts -Lt i f sbe rablM wb of the state. Md shall bar power to par feet, reader ueful, awiauua.keep in repair and protect the same; and V that end aball have power to renere ebstract iooa thereia or thereto, aod to make neh alter ations or aawadateata thereof, (whether now or hereafter eoasO-Boted,) and to B&ke inch feeders, dykes, reservoir, looks, dams, and other works, derioeeaad improrements as they mar think prop or for the respectire purposes aforesaid. That each member of aaid board shall have tbe like powers. in respeet to the divisions of the pablic works un der bis speoial charge, subject bowerer. to the con trol or tbe board; out oe snail not nnaeriaae toe oMtracttoa of anr new work wboee cost would ezeeed two thousand dollars, without the previous direction of the hoar...

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. — 14 July 1859

'; . '. V.' ill, :. J. Caskej, Editor and Proprietor, VOL. 3. , -;,-.-. ,.;,,-,., i. . . . t - - . : , .!-" :..; ; MlLLERSBUIlGr, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY JULY Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. 14, 1859. Termsi-One Dollar and Fifty Cents iAdYnte. .. ;,:..;.NQ::47v MR WISE'S STATEMENT. MR WISE'S STATEMENT. Narrative of a Trans Continental Air Voyage MR WISE'S STATEMENT. Narrative of a Trans Continental Air Voyage from St. Louis to New York, July 1, 1859. 'Although it tu intsnded to Litre start ed cn this voyage on the 83d of June, we were delayed in our preparations antil the 1st of July. "By 6 o'clock P. M. the air ship "Atlantic" was' duly inflated, and while we were putting ner to trim with bal last and provisions Mr. Brooks, lessee of the 8Cotris Museum, n0 b& kindly rolonteered to escort ns over the Missis sippi in his balloon "Comet," got ready for the occasion; and upon a signal agreed as cended from the ground. At 7:20 P. M. the "Atlantic" was re...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 14 July 1859

Cjje gegttblitmt Jf. CASKET, - - Editor. THURSDAY, ::::::::: JULY 14, 1859. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shows the time of departures ud arrivals en the C. Z.4 0.E.K. at Millers bargan8 Cleveland: ., - Eosimm JTewH. The .lsiedaM leaves Millersborg at 4.30 A. M., and arrives at Cleve Wat 11.18. - Tie Sprattleavee Millereburg at 1.40 P. 21., Bad arrives at Cleveland at 6.15. -. Jtsmmra Soctb Accommodation leaves CTeve laad at 16.00 A. M., and urirsi at Millersbiirg t4.fi P.M. : . r - --s.- " Erpna leaves Cleveland at 4J& P. M., aad arrives at Miiierstmrg at 3.1 i. ,; : ; ..- tSThe Exortn train msaiaf North cob sects at Orrvilte with the East and 'West trains en the r. Ft. W. aad C. R.B.- - Republican State Ticket. roa oovicsoa, . . WIII.IAM EJVJVISO.V, Jr. ton LIKUTEKAFT eOTKMO, . 1COBEBT C. KIRK FOE SWaUCB JCDGS, " " WIIililAK T. CJIOLSOX. FOB STATS AL'DITOC, . BOBEBT W. TAYIiER. ' COS STATS taSASCUS. AliFBED P. STOXE. FOB SXCKETABT OF WAT I. ADDISO.Y P. RUSSELL. ' FOE PES...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 14 July 1859

REGULATIONS REGULATIONS For the first Exhibition of the Solterock Township REGULATIONS For the first Exhibition of the Solterock Township Agricultural Society, To be held in Middletown. REGULATIONS For the first Exhibition of the Solterock Township Agricultural Society, To be held in Middletown. on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 23d and 24th, 1859. SUPERINTENDENTES AND POLICE. tha Bri af DirMton kmanstetad a sraasar f goad ud atscsaad sopruiteaSTrta u4 aotics, w koe dwtjr ttai as be m ntmMw utuft arsieraaucaiiT w w uli ar arttets intaaded (or .xtaibitfoa. iwnadMelr ass thair amnL ftecorouw aa their nawjecue doss; ImM armat aa Bach aa possible the aaatwsssrr haadUnf of umactini by spaetatora, asrfaasniil- ry caUdraa. Also, praters food order toraoyo" ---kxhtaiiioa; toeieeatc lac piiigiaassm ka latter; ea- Mfsmctwasaar eaHaraar at sttatiac aar aftbe ralca of the Society aa lan tt tba Stat.. SUPERINTENDENTES AND POLICE. EXHIBITION. 1. CMpatJB wlH Va adarittoa aalr from adibia BaU eraektona...

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 July 1859

LAWS OF OHIO: Pubished by Authority. AN ACT, To aathoriae associations of persona for earning fraight an aar of (he navigable waters of the State v of Ohio, and the lakes and navigable rivers bor dering thereon. Sea 1.' Be it enaeted hj the General Assembly of the State of Uno, 1 nat out number ot natural persona, not leas than fire, being cititen of the dtateol w Luo, mar become a body corporate, wila all the rights. privilege and voweraeonferred, aad object to all the renriotuHuof UiuaeW See. 8. That an; nnmber of persons a: aforesaid associating themselves together for the paxpese of in the atate of OhtOj and any of the lakes and nar igabie riven bordcrinc thereon, shall, ander tbeir hands and seals, make a certificate, woieh shall specify as follows: First, the name assumed by rncb company or association, and by which it shall be known; lecend, the name sf the county- er place wnere tne principal omoeoi sum company is situ ate: third, the ameut of eatrital Btock. not to be less ...

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 July 1859

ut ' f? J m Ml J. CasLej, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms:-0ne Dollar and Fifty Cents In idruee. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1859. NO. 48, VOL. 3. III (L Poetry. From the South Lit. Messenger. THE QUIET SLUMBER. Lay him gestlj to his rest Fold his pals hands on his breaJ, ' From his brow " OhI how cold sod Biarble fair Softly part the tangled hair; Look npoa him now! As a -weary child he lies, . With the quiet dreamless eyes, . O'er which the lashes darkly sweep, - And on his lip the quiet smile '- The soul's adieu to earthly strife And on his bee the deep repose, We neTer saw in life. Peaceful be his rest, and deep; Let him sleep. So tears for him! he needs them not. Along life's drear and toilsome road Firmly his manly footsteps trade. Striving to bear his weary lot. With soch a pride npoa his brow, " Withaach a pain within his heart Veiling the secret smart." OhI it is well the strife is o'er, , That thu...

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 July 1859

The Republican. J. CA8KEY, - - e - - ? Editor. THURSDAY,::::-::: JltLY'21,'1859. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shows the time of depart ares sad arrivals on the CZ.t C. R. R. at Millerg-biifgimdtnerelMdr- z.-.-- Jtunrnm tfoBtsThiMoeftBdcfuM leave Millersbnrg at 4.30 A M., od arrives at Cleve Und at .lUB-- -. r. The .Etprm JeaTes Millersborg at 1.40 P. M., aid amves U Cleveland at 6.15. RtnnfiKO South Accommodation leave Cleve land- i.0 AHtndamreMt Miilereharg Eisrrij leaves Cleveland at i.jj r. M., and . r.-n "i i n t mm at iatwiersuuxg &t J .A t . , aecuat Orrvilfe .wifh-ihe East and West trains 3n ne- iLTorttt irain TunniDi flrorth m- oa the IV? t.VV jfaa,& nal a, Republican State Ticket. FOB GOVEaXOK, WILI-IAM'DE3ariSOX, Mr. , i 7 i v w Enr3aT coviasos, -j v WILLIAM V. GIIOLSOX c , HOBEBT Y' TAYLER. , t;'..-.;,iij s-, 8 . i :--.--., ., . j j t ; FO JbTATE TSFiSUEEE,. ....... f. , ALFRED. PySTpXEr, rj ' ADDISON P HCSSeLIj. - ;- t- . ifo?prBi.ic woaig, f '"'; JOH.T B....

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 July 1859

Democratic Thunder on Our Side. We invito the attention of all of oar democratic readers, to s few extracts from the Cleveland Plain DesJer. Our repub lican friends will also be edified with these excerpts. The'cplumns of that paper for 1850 were rich--wera; spicjr-with republi can doctrine ,-The foUowingara fair spec imens. They .are particShlnxly rerilshingjust now wbea?eUPfoM.2taiZer-4earnesLly eserciaedbver (he.Iiberaiqn of iBe Ober lin Rascuers. jThe editor of tbat very 10- terestingQouraal has 'severe experience of tne fact that "the way of the transgressor is " - - From the Plain Dealer October 23, 1850. By the ConstituU'on of the United Stafea, (art; 5 of amendments,) no person,can be "deprived of life, liberty or property, with out due process of law.", ErerjT person In this Slate is entitled to the protection of thia jwvjkq and there is similar provw ion in our Slate, Jpoostitritiori. " J)ue pro cess of law'ia-tiOur summary prceiling before v Coimnteioner appointed unvler ...

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 July 1859

LAWS OF OHIO: Published by Authority. AN ACT . BegnUtiBg the Mode of Adimirfa 4ig. JUi. i Tt &r the Benefit of Creditors. SktkwI. Be .9 Assem- Kw of the StaU f Oh. That wneB ""J persew y .,Vnmr Bt to trustee, of but property. oJ. nghui or credits. ia tmt krBetit of creditors, h ana" dm w uuj if Mid trustee, withia tea days afier the j.i;n nf the assiiraineat to him. mud be- fcre dipoi5 of any property. so gj ed to appear before the probate judge of the couity in which the grantee resided at the time of exeeeuag toe eeia BBig " original assign men!, or a copy thereof, cause the tfaesame to be filled ia the probate court, and tnr ;nt an rrndertakinz in such sum, with sureties as shall be approved by the said judge, Condi boned for the faithful performance by the said trustee of his duties according to lair. See. 3. -If say assignee as aforesaid shall not. within tern days alter his aomiMUoa to such trust, comply with the provisions of the first section of this act, H shall be the ...

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 July 1859

w Tl ti 1 - : w J. Caskej, Editor anil Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Door Soalh of Jaeksoa. Terms One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1859. NO. 49. VOL. 3. Poetry. THE PRISONER'S DREAM. The Fi iwr'i Vrtmm is Fir 1 '"j-" V. flaw- Itraunn into u present ira by a lady. U waste labud it ni related. Us senary b its truthfulness. J Twat tight tit gentle stars looked down Upon Um aliiroWing earth, ' VUi light as par sad swret as when . Tbey anag to hsil rU birth. Ia joy for as, oar sins and woes. Unknown Utlw bright spheres. Leave tfeani a ondimroed pledge from God, Tegladdea all our years, Down fhrocgh tU window gratia; grim. Of a loos prisoner's eell. Like pitying angel looking la, , That gentle star-light fell. Xad gleamed apon his tear-dimncd ya, And e'er his forehead crept. tUl soothed ud comforted, be lay, , And Eke an infant slept. He dreemed the stars ahoae oa him still, Aa4 watching in his dreams. His wondering ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 28 July 1859

itan. j. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THXJRSDAY,::::N:;tJULY 28, 1859., TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The fillowinfr shows the time of departure and arrivals on the C. Z. 4 C. E. R. ax JUUent-. burg and Cleveland: , .-, - . Rcwfiso Noeth.---T9 Jwtjojiim leaves HUlersbnrg at 4.30 A.M., and arrive at Cleve- laad at 11.18 The .Saprew leaves Millerbburg at 1.40 P. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 6.15. , RrxxTKO Sooth Accommodation leaves Cleve ' land at 10.00 A. M., ad arrives at MUlersbure at 4.42 P. M. , ,.fj Expret leaven Cleveland at 4.55 P. Jf., and arrives at Millersburg at9J7.'. ' .'" ' ' ": ' - tSTThe Emrea train ruaBin? KnrtK etat- ects at Ormlie with the East and West train on thefiFl.i,anda ii-K.-, " ,,, f - Republican State Ticket. roa ooTtayoar . ' ' ' JVIIiMArf DEXIV1SOX, Jr. - . . .... FOa LTXTTTEXXT COVEKSOB, ROBERT C."KIKK. " - FOB SLTSKXt JUDGE, i . , WILLIAM V CHOIiSOX. j FOB BTATB "APWTOB, '" ROBERT W: TlYLER FOB STATE TKEASUBER, ALFRED P. STOXE. 4 : - FOB 6BCBETABT OF SI AT ft U...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 28 July 1859

The Strong Men of Cincinnati. The papers througlioul the country since the debut of the bUubp "Doctor" in Boston, have been teemiog with' records of the her culean strength of different persons. If these stories be tru, lH degeneration of our race is not going on as rapidly as noma of our distinguished, .sons '-of Jtilppocratea would have s believe Some ff'. tli e -strongest .JieuJL(iat nave lived during the last twenty-five; years re- FRANK BUFFALO. First and foremesUcomes the giant (in strength)" Frank Buffalo? a eolored inafi, who lived here about the time of old lip. nd Ty. , He was a man of medium height with powerful shoulders, and his arm reach ed when he was slauding erect, several 'inches below his knees. This man- once 'carried twenty-three feeC load of 1,500 tJbs.,"At "another time .he carried an an chor weighing 10' -pounds, from the wa ter's edge about 100 feel below the Uncle ani 'coffee house, and lafd it fa'the'dQor uray of the old Cincinnati hotel, now the "Spencer ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 28 July 1859

LAWS OF OHIO: Pubished by Authority. AN ACT, Makinrr aOTroptiations for the nperinteDdencC and repairs of the Public Work for the fiscal year coding NoTember 15, 1S59, and proriiliag for leasing the same. Sec. 1. Beit enacted by (he General Anemblg mftkm State of Okie, lnu tortneptirpoee ol leaa- ing tbe poblic works of said state, they are hereby dirided into the following sections, te wit: Seotioa So. one to embrace tbe Miami and Erie Canal and all the side eats, feeders and reservoirs eonneeted therewith, together with the soekhoases, collector's tnoes, weign locks, and leans of sarplna water therefrom, and all the water rents and priri- lifoa pertaining thereto, and of land asea in eoanee- tin, uiarowitll- Section No. two M embrace the lluskinjrnm Im preTement, Ohio Canal, tbe Hocking Canal, the Walhonding Canal, and all the side cats, feeders, and reserroirs connected with said wetion, togeth er with the loekhouses, collector's office, weigblucks, and leases of surplus water th...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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