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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 8 September 1859

M f? ' " - n'""-:" '' V-'f; ' I . . i - C - 1 I . IE! III! J. CasVej, CJItor tod Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TermsOae Dollar and Fifij Cents in Adrancr. VOL.4. - MILLERSBURG; HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1859. NO. 3. ...5 - s K t v-! :;ev. fvfvry Af r v 1 i i i i i . ii i i i i i i i - ! i : - i v i . - r'Wii! V: -. -t- - '.-4 -. J . . .. -; - .. . . J- ' tfcj w;--'.;.. triv From the Special Report of the Cincinati Gazette. SPEECH —OF— GOVERNOR CHASE, —AT— SANDUSKY, O. REVIEW OF OUR STATE POLITICS. Democracy & Republicanism Contrasted. "Ma. Chatsmax asd Fillow Cnutn: I am here to-dy for the pnrpoee of discussing some topics which coBceni deeplj the people of thu 8ute aad the people the Uaioa. I am not here fur the trorpoae of appealing to prejudice or psastuBa, t em out sere iur tbe pnrpoee or ex citing merrnneDt or prevoktng mirtb, bot 1 am bere to speak of eraye questions to senons men I irneak to tod to-daT. not as mrtican...

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. — 8 September 1859

J. CASKET, - - Editor, THURSDAY, : : : n : : : SEPT.ff, 1859. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. . Th illowui shews Uie time of depart) Bs4rrifeBUe C. Z. AC. R.R. atMUl 1 J nionlnnA- -. - RCTBcroyorrff.'HeaswiwoiiBtw" hTe MillcrebnTg at 4-3U A. M., and arrives w ujere laad at 11.18. The tiirrtn leaven Millerabiir-- at 1.40 P. aid arrives at ClereUad al 6.15. land at 10.00 A. M.. and arrives at MUlorsbarg Jbprem haves Cleveland at 4.55 P. JL, and mrriTeaatMfllersbarr;at9.17. in T -tms nrnnin Nnrtn Mtn. jMoat Orrnlle with the East aad West train pa the P. Ft. w. uau.it. Republican State Ticket. "WlLXlAM DEJ5TISOX, Jr. i-t.-.i i ; - . ,( FOB irEPTKSAlfT COVEBSOB, T. ,v!: ROBERT C. KIRK. ti. '. tCrSEIIS JUDGE, "wiIiMAM Y. CHOIiSOX. STS 'rOBOTATE AIMTOB, " ' KDBEBT W. TAYIiER. 6"; -r s ' ' FOB STATE TKEABTBEB, e."7f ') ALFRED P. 8TOXE. t - j . - . OB SECaETaar W STATE. . J -ADDISOX P.'RUSSEIili. "T ' )8 ii'i ; FOB FVBLtC WORKS, , 3 ; JOHN B. GREGORY. ji .1 FOB SCHOOL .COXMISSIOXEE, ANSON SMYTH. TO OU...

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. — 8 September 1859

Cause of the Aurera Borealis M. da la! Rive. tLa edebta.ed French as trMomer, explliini the firodirctida of the hnmdia in lire knowing fflmner: uVLeB the atm, fcyinj iMssed mto the miihera hemifphere,' tbe aGneous vapors which have accumaUted daring the sum mer id this part of the sttaospbere begin la condense, the kind of ho mid cap envel- oDinff tbe volar regions extends more and more, and facilitates" the passage of the electricity accumulated i the tipper por tion of the air.- Bat in those elevated re gions, and especially at this season of tbe Tear, tbe aoueoa vapors must frequently pass into (he state of tninnte particles of ice or snow uoauug iu iuc mi, those ' whrcb give rise to the naio, uiev . form, as it were, a kind of aemi-transpar- cut mist. . These half frozeo fogs conduct 4hfi electricity to tbe surface of the earth, near tbe pole, and are at the same time il- Jaminated by these currents or electric ais rbanres. In fact all observers agree in as aertinsr that aurora ...

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. — 8 September 1859

(Concluded from first page.) tiled U whole people to iu will. : Tin. &2rt-power k sot going to stop 10 iu eg gTCMkwt until it baa obtained the pedom iaaace in the eouotrj. - . -' " I 1858 I aaid end moat of the people of the eouotry seemed to think, that, the 81are-power would be content by what were koown aa the Compromise measures. Waa it content t That waa proclaimed as a final aettlemeDt of the Sla-err question. Waaitfinall Yoa know that hardly waa Mr. Pierce inaugurated, hardly had that poor man repeated the cry of finality in his inaugural address before he was told by the Slave holders, "We meant that it was final for the non-slave holders, not for to. We meant that they shonld stop resisting, sot that we should atop aggressing. Yon don't understand this subject, Mr. Pierce." "Why," said he, "what do yoa wsntT "We want the Missouri prohibition repeal ed." The poor man did sot like iu I know ha dio not like h, for I was at Wash ington at the time and had an opportunity to ...

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. — 15 September 1859

t --a p V J. Caskcy, KUor u J Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms: Ont Dollar and Fiflj Cents ii Jtyftate. MILLERSBUHG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1859. :.i t.: : i MM. 1 I r iii . L L J III I I III . I I II Poetry. Poetry. [From the Newborn (N. C.) Progress.] THE TWO CRADLES. -Woa'tyou make my doHacradlerV' 2.',.. Said a little P101 i 1 1 . "My onsia Tommy made me one, ' 2, 1, But that is out of fix, "..J- .' -J Aad 1 intt to bare a sice eae, , . . i Hade of little willow oticka." .7 , - S Mechanic's heart 're fluttered - ' With a more extJtant throb, Than mine did at this order; . And time can aerer rob - " My heart e iu stoage ecstasy, . . , ' On talcing home the job. , - .- - i That "cousin Tom" I kaow sol why ;a I never could abide; , -. I felt strange naeaaiiieaa ; t J To see him by ber side; . ... And to win her undivided smiles . '- Unremittingly 1 tried. - -. Since then a dosen flow'ry Springs, . la time'a unceasing rol...

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. — 15 September 1859

J. CASKEY. - - ! Editor. t i il . : THUSSDAtf:::h--?;.,S?Tl, ,1859. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. TV fiillowiae shows the time of departure JvreatLe C.1 4 C. E. R. atfiillers- bvrgradCfevel4r " ?:" !"2, r ' ; "" ' ' ficimi&Sorrg. Tbe AotommodaUo leaves Killemburg at 4-30 A. M,aud arrives at Cleve laad at 11-18- Tfis JSrorewleares Millersburg at 1.40 P. JT-, ud amvw- "at Cleveland st 6.15. JtetKivo&wmAmmmiaUo Jrri Cleve laad at 10.00 A. M., and arrive at Mdlersburg at-MSiVM.. t , - JZrprat leaves ClewlandiU 4j5 P. M.. and arrives at Miller8bnfgat9.1r; .- -. -i . TL 17 ...a train mnninff TCnrtli Mn. r iud i. t't - -p. - - - - ..... aeetat Orrolle-with the East aad West trains Republican State Ticket. . Jf AtJi.- 'M Vww'-'v.-." f i 'tuD jxa usCTMuri ooyouioii, - -XL La i BftBEitT C.KIRK. .-;' 44;'-0fetelet JUDGI,'5''' ; '-WIlililAM f (GHOLSOX. , , . FOR STATE ACWTOS, . , .-. . r' ISOBEBT W. TAYLEH. ; ' - foxatb iaFisrJta.:v. . i ' I w- ...ALFRED P; STO.E. i . tj JOB ; SEPSETAKT SbF STA...

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. — 15 September 1859

Food--Prices and Demand. pisw for the means of life. She has just reaperl roast magniGcea: h arrest, aod yet is withotrt ft spare dollar is her pockL There M end i W produce; nor any end apparenUj to Ser destitution. She ia in want oi tha terj firel of all civilised n cessiues. We don 'V mean "bread, for the aaras-a also Beads that, but a market. She knows sot where to send hat wheat. a rope haeoooghof berown-.Tlia Middle States, hara as touch aslhej care for. Cold. New England which cannot grow it, will lenuim iam& and ao will the hot Sonlh. bntwthing, likrThe"Tqnotitj the West would he glad to dispose of... There is no denftod corresponaing to tuesuppiy, neuu r wli there be we hoc?, in time to come, exriu occasional years, when extraordi mry eauaes operate abroad, like war or sig nally Jbd weather-. - In ordinary years the quantity of wheat Europe will want from the West will be bat ft mere handful to what the West is able to furnish. The demand abroad, since the ports of Grea...

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. — 15 September 1859

A New Marseillaise. Ia datcribing the great celebration- in Vtn, "Ifokkoff" of the N. Y. Tit .rite.. ." " - As one of the regimen 11 bands came to take its station on the Pbtoe Vendome in front of us, while its regiment defiled past. It played the new Italian Marseillaise, or lather Uilsnaise, which annoyed the Aus trians so ranch, and which they prohibited in their Italian Provinces. It wss the first air I heard on arriving in Italy, and the last one on leaving ; the Italians ate, drank, went to bed, got up, marched and fought their enemies in unison with its notes; I did the same (all but the fihting) myself. It is one of those glorious airs which raises a man s hair to the perpendicular and sets Lis nerve in a tremoe. It utters the plain tivs cry of the Italians strugglinb for lib erty, it calls them from their firesides and dusters them under the flag of independ ence; it leads them to the midst of roar in or cannon and flashing steel; hushes to sleep the dying warriors on the f...

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. — 22 September 1859

II 'vkiAT ill "r"i nun h J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Door Soath of Jackson. Tcrms:-0ne Dollar and Fiflj Cents in Advance. VOL.4. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1859. NO. 5, MR. DENNISON'S SPEECH. MR. DENNISON'S SPEECH. The Debate at Tiffin. The first debate between Mr. Dxxkibos and Eaott took place at Tiffin. Balow we give all the extracts from Mr. Den ni ton's speech in reply to Mr. R. on tht occasion, that we uri room for. No man baa rer sustained himself better in a de bate thaa oar-candidate for governor has io this debate with the Democratic candi date. Since the debate commenced our oppoaente finding their man was losing mound; hare called to hia assistance Messrs. Pogh and Manypenny. He's match for all three. . , Mr. Dennison said: Fellow citizens, I do not know whether I hare sufficient voice to reach this large audience, but will en deavor to make mjself heard by those who may choose to listen to me. 1 come to...

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. — 22 September 1859

k mmWimi , - -a H J. CASKEY Editor. THURSDAY, : : fghYSEPt. 22, 1 859. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. Th fcUowug show and nrrivaU on the C. Z. t CJL Bat Millers Vaiga4.Cletaad.' J J fi.ii VU. Knsya Eoeth. The Accommodation leaves MUknsbsTgatiJO A. II and amvesat Cleve-j Uad St 1U8. Tbe J&meM leaves Millereburg at 1.40 P. V- "-HtKmtG SaT?m-Aaomsttodc4iotLleT'f Cleve land at 10.00 A. ALad arrives at tfiilersburg at4. r. M. . . c, Erprem We Cleveland at 4.55 r. Mand Rives at MilUraberg at 9.1 7. . . ; i . ... -TKo KMmt train ruaaine 'ftorlh con nects at Ormife with tie East aad West trains oa the P. Ft. W. and U. f - ? r P- Ft.' W & C. it. R. "" Tb following lUM fnres the time of arrival and de- mittu of tmuu an tne riUaMrg. rt. Wayne a u: Bail Bod, at Onrilla. , f . , I ,,-j'f5 j. liUlak l. Ail. . ....... 'U.S. Man " "-?:- 9.49 A.M. faueocerlnin -5 -5 .Uitui Ai P.M. -' ! "" 7 80IH0 WEST. ';;- . Express --, - - . - -. -v 4-3TJLH. U. S. Mail PaswngCT is? 12.12 P.M. - Republican State Tic...

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. — 22 September 1859

North Ohio M. E. Conference. Fourth DaxJ Tfce Conference met Sat urdaj morning si 8 o'clock with lbs usual opening exercises,. JKcv, Jar. luiicaei oucr innr the opening, prayer.'- Tbe following were elected to Deacon's orders on the ."recommodation of tbe Pre siding Elders. WJD. Stobbs, Henry Rey nolds, Daniel lieasion, jas ci. .van uroca lin. Cbas- B, Hereeiv "3 The Committee on - Slavery- then pre sented tbair report which was-as follows: North Ohio M. E. Conference. REPORT ON SLAVERY. Asa eonferenoe, we ' bate 'so-of ten as serted our op position to-Slavery that your Committee" do not? deem it necessary to sake a. lengthy report of our views on tbe subject further than to reiterate all that we hare before affirmed, that slavery is in ifr twlFsmlu! and should not be tolerated either directly . or - indirectly by; the JThristian Cburck"; V "-"- - - - 1 '"la taking this position. as ; Conference we set fortlt sin -doctrines -of our fathers who in 1784 declared that "slavery is con 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. — 22 September 1859

A Black Douglasism. "Congress has nerer passed a law for tua protscUon of any kind of property in tbe territories. Dovglat Speech. Thia little giant bat great knave, Las the Impudence to assert to an audience of what he called the "intelligent citizens of Uiuo, in the face of a law wbicn nas been extended oyer every territory, authorizing men to enter tbe territory and seize any persons to whom they may lay claim as property, and drag them away to slavery without tnaL He talks as if it would be an innova tion for Congress to provide any different protection for slave property, tnan tor horses and mnles; as if Congress hd not already enacted a slave code for tie entire Union, States and Territories; just if the party had not planted itself on this as the sole democratic principle in Ohio, and re solved to sink with it. If the principle should be adopted that slave' property was entitled to no other pro tection tnan outer property, what would become of tbe fugitive slave law ! What hi...

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. — 29 September 1859

41 A 11 in J. Caskej, Editor and Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Terms: One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance. VOL. 4. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1859. NO. 6 Poetry. WHO IS KING? BY J. B. MAYNARD. There u a hoet of men who boast Of Powder, Cotton, Steam, But every hoar the mighty power Of Paisma'sIiniaseeB: It more tbe -world as easily ... A doe some mighty thing. And men proclaim ia deepota' eara That Panrats't Ihk is king. The maa of gold, of wealth untold, Paorraa' Ixk may acorn, Kor knit hia brow, or deign to bow To one so lowly bora; Bol Paoreiss' Ike baa built ita throne Where mind ita tribute bring; And God' meat gifted intellect Shoot "Panrnas' Iek is king!" King of the World of ThouyU refined Ko abject slave its claims Where auperatition'a victims pined. It bnrst their servile chains, ta erery dime, in coming yean. Will mca prond anthems sing; And round the world the echoes float. That "PaisTEis' Ixs is Kdig!...

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. — 29 September 1859

The Republican. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. ' The SdlowiBg shows the time of departures and arrivals oa the C.Z.4 C. R.R. at Millers burg and Cleveland: , - , , . ' Roinmra IkoarH. Thfi AeaxmnttdaHon leaves Millereburg at 4.30 A.M., and arrives at Cleve land at 11.18. The Erprea leaves Millereburg at 1.40 P. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 6.1.". -Runximg Sovtb Accommodate le t-leve- laad at 10.00 A. M, and arrives t jnuiersunrg at 4.42 P. M. ': " " Exprttt leaves .Cleveland at 4.55 P, 1L, and rrlm at Anileiuhurcr at 9.17. " . .... rTTif Knrrta train ruining North con nects at Orrnlfe with the East and West trains oa the P. Ft. w.and y,.K..K.: . . Tb foUoKinr table eivcs the time of airini sad de parture of train, on the Pittsburg, Ft. Wa;ne & C hicago Kail Koaa, at urrruie. - . . coins sast.. . U-S-JfaU- -- .-.- - 8 49 A. V. Passenger Train - ' - 22 and 8.45 P. M. ' ' '' - GOING 'WEST. " ' Express . - -i - -" - 4.30 A. M. U.S. Mail Passenger . -. 12.12 P.M. Express - - ' r" - - - 6.5...

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. — 29 September 1859

From the Cleveland Herald. Ohio State Fair. ZANESVILLE, Sept, 22, 1859. Ou Rockd Tabek-. ; . . When I left Cleveland for the Stale Fair, via Columbus,- tbe weather porteod d nothing very fatorabla'for the Great Show. Kight closed jn, and with it the prospects became more gloomy: , Through tbe kindness aiid attention of Mr. Brace, the courteous Conductor of Mr: Stanley's sleeping caron' the CC. Se CJ- train, a pleasant sleeping berth Vnabled your cor respondent, to pass tue ride from Cleve land to Columbus in comfort, earless as to bow the weather acted. About midnight the first snooze being ended, I was made aware for a few minutes of a tremendous roaring of rain torrents and pealing of thun der, mingled with tbe continuous clatter of tue cars, wbilst nasJjiug nguinuigs ai tunes glittered through the slits of the blinds. In another moment 1 was perfectly oblivi ous of every thing, and so remained until tbe train stopped at Columbus, half-past one jo tae morning. - - Rain, rain, rain...

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. — 29 September 1859

News Items. Th correspondent of tb Sew York Tribune writes from San Francisco that i. C. Fremont is taking oat $5,000 per week from Lis gold mines at Mariposa. The same correspondent says that Mr. Greeley is sorely afflicted with boils caused by his long-continued stage-riding, and his return will be delayed. Seme one curious in statistics has shown that more deaths have taken place by steamboat disasters at the West in the last six months, than hare taken place by rail- war accidents in the whole United btates for the last six years. Th Rishnm of Ireland hare circular against the National Schools of Ireland, as subversive ot too ruu, as uo pleasing to the Pope, and as creating ideas favorable to Protestantism. Wm. L. Morgan, of Pottsville, Warren county, Indiana, says that seed from the butt end of an ear of corn will ripen its product all at the same time, and some three weeks earlier than seed from the lit tie end of the same ear. He recomends farmers alwys to break their seed co...

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. — 6 October 1859

tip fix 4 J Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. OfSee Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms: One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance. VOL. 4. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1859. NO. 7; Poetry. THE SEXTON'S DREAM. BY FRANK J. WHITE. Ob s Burble eUb ia the Churchyard old Sitteth the Sezioa graj. At mid of sight, aa the oldea year . Is sighing its life away. Pale and cold from the half aid mooa FaHeth a gentle beam, ' ' Vlayiag along his frosted locks With a glittering silver gleam. " lit Jo he recks the cliagiog damp. As he bows ia silest prayer; If or the wind that spring with lonely chill. From the dead entombed there. . He alcepeth aoir on a sculptured nra Ee reateth his weary head, While aoiaeirss round him gather . AH of his angel dead. " Ciltle ones buried ia oldea time, Biaea from oct the mould, -Brnshiag across his ailTered locks RjagleU of ailkea gold. . Ooeof a fair and aad aagel (brm Bcadeth over him low, Ee smUeth, for ia his dreaming Iael...

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 October 1859

The Republican. J. CASKEY, - - -' Editor. THURSDAY,::;-;.':::::: OCT. 6, 1859. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The Wlowing shows the time of departures and arrival on the C. Z. fc C. R. R..at Millers borgaBd Cleveland: ' - '-- -" ' ' ' Rmrcnto Voith. The Accommodation loaves Millersburg at 4.30 A. M-, and arrives at Cleve- land ai n.io. The Expra leaves Millersburg at 1.40 P.M., and arrives at Cleveland at 6.15. . . . t c a v2t Cleve- laad at 10.00 A. M-and arrive a iiOlereborg at 4.42 P. M. . - - r;T" , Komlmffi Cleveland at F. M., and arrives at Millershnrg at 9.17. ." " ' -a-wrtiai XrrraM trun ronninir Nona eon necu at Orrvjle with the East and Wert train on the P. Ft. W. and U. iU K. , j. The following tabic pre the tune of arrinl amide-1 pertore of train, on the Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago Bail Koao, at uimue. - i. ; . ... .. ooibo eist.,. 'in r.s.sua ' ' - t -. - f - - .49 a. m, Pateenger Train J iSS anfl 9.45 P.M. ' - - GOI.VS -Wt St.' ' Expraaa '---' - --- - , - 4 JO A.M.'' U.8...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 6 October 1859

Interesting from Utah. Recent accounts from Utah indicate that ttm Tolmllimu intentions of the Mormon leaden, if leas openly exhibited of late, b by no meant been abandoned. From the Salt Lake eorreEpondeflce of the N. Y. Timet, under date of September 1st, we extract the foIlo inff nets, wtuclt are there recounted withmore BUDUtenesa than else where. if -. In Jul kst, Judge Sisdair, Cbe Uni ted Slat JJialttct.Uwrt, .alter jinny un euccenful attempt to find a root in Salt Lake City El M the Ubnrl (d at U, was forced to accept an apartment in me Mor mon Council HouseTFof the use. of this. Mom Tie was- indebted .U- the Territorial Marshal, Mormonj bat he soon found tfcat etes-4urasrj was otMOnM aocowti Nd, sooner was thai Court organifcd ..than motions were filed by two of the Mormon attorneys oa bahali of client to quash- the ny of. .thetiRUK uT7,?pan .tu? grpTipa that tbey were not aumnioiiad -accordiog tn iha statue of the Territory.:: which pro vides tfiat the Good Jurors sLalTbe ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 6 October 1859

Warfare in the Marquesas Horrible Barbarities. Tbw wr now raging between F ranee tad 1 it,- PrJyneaiaix remarks, tu found counterpart in the pnncipalitjes of Oomo and E waewa on tne isiana oi x r hivm. The territory of the Ewaewans was innuled on the niarht of the 1st of Jane by the Oommns, woo with an armament of twelve men, canght the enemy napping and killed two men and two women, and carried away prisoner to Oomoa a little girl, where she was strangled to death, a sacrifice to men moon uirsij gwi Capt. Brown, of the Morning Star, for Disbes to tne Honolulu Advertiser some additional information as to the murderous doings of the natiVes in the island of the Marquesas group. He says: We anchored on 4th of Jane, and found the people of Fatuhiva, as usual, at war, that is. butchering each otther. I think the natives of this land are the worst in the croup. They are great warriors, when they can find their victims asleep. ' About the time of our arrival the warriors of Oomoa made a d...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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