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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 22 December 1859

4 I IT In 1 11 J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Offiee WasMngton Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms: One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Adranee. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1859. NO. 18. VOL. 4. Poetry. THE BAREFOOT BOY. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. Blessings on thee, little maal Bareiuot boy, with cheek of tan!, "With thy turned op pantaloons. And thy merry whistled tone With thy red hp redder Ull, Kissed by strawberries oa the hill With the caoshine ob thy face Through thy tor brim ' juraty grace; From nry heart I give the joy - I was omce a barefoot boy.. Priaee tfaoa art the grow op man Only ia Republican. - Let the million dollar'd ride Barefeot trodgiag at his aide. Thou hast more tbaa he caa bny, . Ia the reach of ear aad eye Outward aanshiae inward joy: Blessings oa the barefoot hay. Oh! tut boyhood's painless play. Sleep that wakes ia laughing day; Health that mocks the doctor's roles; Knowledge oerer learned at schools; Of the wild bee'a moraiog ch...

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 December 1859

J. CASKEY, - - !- - Editor. THURSDAY, : : : f:: V: : r. DEC. 22, 1859. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The Mtowing shows the time" of departures aad arrivals on the C. Z. A C. R. ft. at IfillerB burg and Cleveland: ' '. s RmrxBe A okth. The tocommotirfioji leave Mfllersburg St 5.58 A. M-, and arrives at Cleve lascr at 11.28. TheEepfi leaves Mniersburg at 2.50 P. M., ui arrive at Cleveland at 7 -35 - . . - - . RnwnfG 8orrni leaves Cleve land at 9.45 A. and arrives at MUlersburg 3.22 P.-M. - , - Expreu leaves Cleveland at 4.55 P." M., and arrives at Millorsbnrg at 8.46. ' '" - ' '' ' 1 "The Erprist train running North coa tee teat Orrnlle with the East aad West trains on the P. Ft-.Wl andC. K.E. '. ,Y - . ; r '"; p., Ft. 'w. & c. r. r. ' : ' TBe following table givei tlx time of arrival and dt paitmof taoM on tb Pittakurr, Ft. Wane fcCbicam tail Koad, ml Orrrille. . . ., . " ' GOING TJJT.- ' "' "'. tT.S.Maa - - - . 7.32 A. V . , Fanenger TraCa - . - . .. 142 aad 7.41 P. it. - . , 001 SO I A...

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 December 1859

Letter from John A. Copeland. OBERLIN, Dec. 14, 1859. - aked me to send too copy of another letter josl received from John, who dies in two days because he "remembered those in bonds as bond with them." The circumstances ai. mil 01 interest and perhaps yon will think Test to publish '-' S J. M. FITCH. J. M. FITCH. CHARLESTOWN, Va., Dec. 10, 1859. vMt Deae Bbothbr: I bow take, nsj pen to write job a few ' lines to let you know how Tarn, and, in answer to your kind -letter : of the 5th instant. Dear krother, ""Lara, it is. true, so situated at present, as scarcely to know how to com mence writing; not that my mind is filled With fear .or that it has became shattered in view of my near approach to death. Net that I am terrified by the gallows which I see staring- me in the face, and upon which I am so soon to stand and suffer death for doinpj what George Wash inton, the so-called father of this great but slarery-cinsed country, was made a hero Tor donig, while he lived, and when dead h...

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 December 1859

13 rUBUEHES ITBBT TETE8DAT, VaAeaTjeato 8nsT, Tanas Doob Socti or Jacckw MILLERSBURG, OHIO. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Kail Sobaeriben m adtemee. Paid vithia the year.... .... After the year expires $1.50 2.00 2.50 TBS LAW OF JTEWSPAPERS. 1: giilaajlUn who to no rtv. wprm aotloe to th 0f)bU7,M osanteBd M wishing U eontiiroe their euh awriptioaa. ... , -. a. If oabteribtn site the of tbtlr pa- pere, the publisher eu continue to Mad them until ell "TtWraboCTftwi wefloct or Tvtam take their asm frees the .Bee to whkb thev on directed, they aawawld luameeiaiM till they eettle their billa, ul order tbanaswawdiseontinaad. - 4. If mmj ertmribers rnaon to toother aUe without fpjonBlog the paWiaheT, end their paper U cent to the liiin llisiitiir- t- T T :-'t . The Coarta hare derided that refusing to take aewapeuct nuiu sne omce, or remonnr ana leaving it on sailed lor, uroojooow enoonoo oi wieraottai nana. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: rawwm una, oa uaa, auaa a idoabi. Dm square, m week f 1.00 ach aaba...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 29 December 1859

A A A . ..." . I' ' I I j. - I I II flit J. Ctsier, CilUr as! Proprietor. Oace-Wa-shiiftdu Street, Tkiri Dwr South of Jackson.' Ter.ns.-0ie Dollar and Fifty Cents Ii Adrtece. VOL. 4. MILLERSBUBG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1859. m 19. m ' v I 1 1 n nil mm mm -.11 ,V ' .. . V : POETRY. MEASON FOR RISIBILITIES. BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. 5 8-eet , I'J hppy wbe" 1 taa '' ' Tm merry while I may "',;' ' .' .' For Lib's at moot urro? spaa, . '- At belt a winter's day. - - If cart codd make the sunbeams wear " A brighter, warmer hoe, : .. The eresing ataia shine oat mare lair, ' The blue dry look more bine ' Then should I be a graver man; Bat aiaee tie aot the war, Sweet cos, I'm hippy -wbes I can, "' 'And merry while I may. f If sighs could make us sin tbe leas . . Perchance I were aot glad . - If mourning were the sage'a dress, My garb would (hra be sad; ; -. Eat siaee the angel's wings are white.' And e'en the yoong saints smile r Sines virtue wears a brow of -eight, Aad...

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 December 1859

run - y J. CASKEY, .- f '- ;Editer. THURSDAY, ::: :: BEC9, l859- TRAVELERS DIRECTORY. The tdlowjng ahwstbe time of departurea and arrivals on the 0. Z. A C. RR-, at Millers burg and ehwelaid fc V KcKitrxo Noith. The ceomsxx&iJto leaves Millersrmrp nt 5.58 A. M., and arrives at Cleve land at lJ.VS.r . The Ajwit leaves MiUersburg at 2.50 P. If, and arrives at Cleveland at 7.35. . . . .. Rtnnnjte GtAeoommUteineaCyve Undat 9.45 kr Van"d arrives at MjHersburg at3 .22 P. it. " " " ' ' . , Srprat leaves '-Cleveland af 4.55 P.' M.,'-and anivesatMillerslnrg-8.6i : - J.' is yThe mvst train Tuamng North con nects at Crrviile with the Engl and Wert trains ob the-P. Ft. W. and C. R. K. r; -'V" r, n.wi t cj k. ft. r-ffH TafoIIoiiir. fable'vrresibetfnie af aniTai a4 de parture of trains on the PittabKrjp, ft. Wajrne 4 Caieag Rail Bead, at OxrriUe. - - -:. ' G0IK8 WIST. U.S. Hail - - - - - T-M A. M Faasengsr Train- LU asd J.U f. II. -:v DU9 I AST,. . - ' Expreaa , - . , . tMT.U. U.S. Hail Passe...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 29 December 1859

Varlena Items. . . -- . CoBsomcUrw wBoAvndlow cod live tieory tr 4mm creVir.. .- . - Ramembv, Jo I4 tbt ormnge, kr sot apt to be p ml k(Wr being squeet wl few timmj f H V - Twenty MMb pf the KawTork Central Park hare beeajloodei srith water, to frees . tIa!2w . Fire of ite st-eelest words in tbe Eng lish laagtiaga begins wilkH, tis Heart, boiie, 'horSe, bspraoess' fend tesfetv; Tb number of slaves in Kentockj in 1840, wa 104,817; in 1318, 207,555; in 1 859,i!Q8,63: Jncreas daring last jcaf, ' Brtwdr u iww'madein ilii "West &m lb paw-paw leiTj', sod i pronounced a Tery dririkabra liquor." i;prbniinent hdvoatWot tbe reriraj of tbe glare trade, uuu aooot -great cry ana little woolWesupposeM alludes to negro babies.. ,aa-. .i,- tw., Tbe Legislature of Texas bag elected Mr. WJgfal!, regular Democrat United Slates Senator by two majority. ' Tb" oTtLe laborers on tbe New York od Erie Railroad have been reduced to 75 cents per day,, and some of them Lara refused to work.--; r ? . The th...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 29 December 1859

' --- . - - -m-w at, l IS rCBUSHID ITIXT THTBSDAT. Idhm jnoTna Ooob Soon Jacssa MILLEESBUEG, OHIO. ' TERMS OfIs UBSCRIPTION: VeTi HnrewYlbeTn a ti.50 .. a.oo raid wtUiis the year After tlw year expires....- ..----- 'fas Li ir tv eevspapebs. rebserfbevswhe 4s aot ftes wsarsa. taetlee . MlWUf tba TiS5w taassatinns tasnant IkaaliliO "IT-bb. aset er tak tatdr - from the olio to wMeh thev era dtraeted, they EThaid leanwaaiUetlr! th settle theix kills, aA erra ta. hm deseoelineed. . -sk lfeny ' I'nisen tosawtast saeesertthoa Usscxerngthe nahliaaeavaad taste fmrliln t to the) a. Tbe Cwa have deeUed that ro.tr,a; to tehee ,iii flcm taoolca,OTiameilas.aod ssevtaghna aaliee lor,Uprisaeaa avitWiaj. of iatiatioaal tiaad. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: Mcatm una, a uaa, kass x One srruare,oae ween- $1.00 JEaehaBbacqaeAtiBaertjoB,MilerSjMS. 0.2S Oaeaqaare, 3 bo's, ckaafeable at pkaaora 3.00 - Do ' do- - do- 5.08 "Do ' 13 -'- do ; do 8.00 Fourth column, t tt. chaneeable a aarterlv 90.00 . Half oluma ' do d...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 5 January 1860

VMV A if . mm J. Caskej, Editor and Proprietor. . . '.. Ofice-WasMngtoB Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. , , Terms:-0ne Dollar and Fifty Cents to Idrance. VOL. 4. ' : ' ' ; MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, I860. NO. 20. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Ufa Cuban tffhe SauU, ' " " W ffor tfJUfnvimilatmi: ' Oor deep and hcart-telt pratituds; u doe to tint Almighty Power which ha bestowed upon rusuch varied mad aurneroos blessings through wit the part rear- The general health of the country has been excellent; our harresta hare beea Bausoally plentiful, and prosperity smiles throughout the land. Indeed, not withstand ing oar demerits, we have much reason to be lieve from past events in oar history, that have enjoyed the special protection of Divine Providence ever aince ocr origin as a nation.. We have been exposed to many threatening and alarming difficulties in oar progress; bat on each successive occasion the impending cloud haa been dissipated at the moment it appeare...

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. — 5 January 1860

J. CASKEY, - - ;-; i Editor. THURSDAY,::r;,:;,:;::;:fJAN.5,1860. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shows the time oT departures wd arrivals on the C. Z. k C- E. B. at iliilere- ourg ana Cleveland: . , RurmKO North. The Accommodation leaves Millersbn rg at 5.53 A. M., and arrives at Cleve land at 11.28. - The Expren leaves Slillersbnrg at 2.50 P. M, and arrives at Cleveland at 7.35. Ernrarse South Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 9.45 A." M., and arrives at Millernbnrg -. m za r. hi. c t Ezpra leave Cleveland at 4.5o P. S., and arrives at ilUlerebarg at 8.4o. . tXThe Extra train running North con i. Beets at Orrville won tne iast and West trains .V I I." w -. .4 (1 1 1 . . - . ft F, ru w. &C.B.K. " . ; yartura of traina on tha Pittafcuij-, ft Wayne Chicago im reiiwwiuK im kcb iiw ume i arrival ana a. I f mwh vu 'Mm . lW-; i. 60IH6 WKST. u ' TJ.S.Mafl - . ... . jai.ll. Puaenger Train ' - - 99 and 1A1 P. at. - GOIKO K AST. . trpmm - - . . . .4SP.St. ii .- U.S. Hail Paaaenger a ...

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. — 5 January 1860

News Items. A San Francisco orrespondent of tba Honolulu Advirtistr, (Sandwich Islands,) corroborates the report that Gen. Otho Hin ton formerly of Ohio; and more recently f Honolulu, a a Democratic candidate for Judge in California atAtjh recent elec tion. y it j The Frethdul &" Indiana "Railroad Com pany are ato laying ilia last iniTe of the road between Fremont and Findlay. Hay is selling in Toronto at $30 per ton, a'nd is sparingly offered and of a poor qual ity at that. Straw is worth $14 per ton, and is also sc&rce.' 1.1 ' 2 , . .' Wild game is said to te more plenty in and about Sandusky county than has been known for many years. About one hun dred deer have been Drougui w with Iar-re numbers of wild turkeys, pheas uts, quails, Ac, all of which find a ready cash market. . .. :,, : -. James Powers who was tarred and feath ered sear Columbia, S. C, on Friday last, was shipped on the" steamship Columbia, for New York on Wednesday of this week. - The Georgia M. E. Confere...

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. — 5 January 1860

[Continued from first page.] Post OSes Department for the current fiicalyeax. The failure to pas the PosLOSce bill necessarily sires birth to aeriouB reflec tions. - Congress, by refusing to pass, the general appropriation bills necessary to carry on the Government, mar not only arrest its action, bnt migr-J. even destroy its ezistance. The any, the navy, the jndiciary in short, every department of Government -0141 no longer perform their functions if -Qongrcas refuses the money necessary for their support. If this fail H should teach the country the necessi ty of electing a full Congress in sufficient time to enable the President to convene them in any emergency, even immediately after the old Congress has expired, it will have been productive of great good. In a time of sudden and alarming danger, foreign or domestic, which all nations must expect to encounter in their progress the very salvation of our institutions may be staked upon the assembling of Con gress without delay. " I...

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. — 12 January 1860

4 U 111 111 J. Caskej, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms: One Dollar and Fifty Cents in AdTance. YOL.4 MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY OHIO, THURSDAY' JANUARY 12; I860. NO. 21. it MM III ill 111 111 , MS Governor's Message. Fdlov-Citizau of the Senate ' i '" . and IJoute f Sepmerdaltmu; - The people, with whom is tie soverei? o -ty of the State, have committed to you, for the ' hfth biennial period under the existing txiusU ration, the legislative authority of the Common wealth. Upon the first secular day of the new year yea assume the great function thus as signed to you, and enter upon lhe performance of your importantdHties. ' -r". t - -It ' Power ot . government,", delegated h" people of fre States to choose Repreaen tatives. whether Legislative, Judicial or Executive, are acred trusts, i he people who Honor, oy seen proofs of confidence, those whera they select fr employ meat in public funetioos, have a clear right to expect from 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. — 12 January 1860

J. CASKEYj - ;- - Editor. THURSDAY,:::;:::::::: JAN. 12, 1860. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shows the time of departures "'and arrivals on the C. Z. t C. R. R. at Alillers--l.nm luri Cleveland" - : - "-' ' -'-'- Rukttisg Ji'obth. The Accommodation leaves toillersbw-gat5.56lA.. M. and Arrives at Clevc land at 11.28. .. .-. " Tie Mxprett leaves Millersborg at 2.50 P. M, and arrives at Cleveland at 7.35. - -" "RfcintijitfSoETH Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 9.45 and arrires at Millersburg "atsp.-M.- .- --.fibpBcKleaves Cleveland at 4.55 1VM., aad , arrives 4 Millersburg at 8.40.. . -. v.; .. i . - "rSfTbe- Erprem train ranaing. North eo b the P. Ft. W. and C. R. B." - ? fjy-j P, Ft; W. & c: B.: ? . The foHmlne table 'l&Ttm the tiro of arrival and i- lrture o( traim on the Pittsburg, Ft. Vayna a Chicago ,P.S.lIatl t . - TM A. K. " ParteBger JrtJn ' J; ia and 1M P.M. . - Sxjreaa - - MS PM. ' U.S. Mall Puuenter : J - VU0A.M. ' STGov.Chasi's Message will be found . entir...

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. — 12 January 1860

Southern Reign of Terror--Carnival of Tar and Feathers. m,- i;joot'. iH r the Charleston. om- inaiioa is full of edonwodaJioB of the kind and humanizing effects of the hwtitutino of Slavery b inslitotioB which be tells the American i Mtahlished and localized bv the )red Seoft decision iB all the territories of the Uni ted States, until they Become amies aaa are ai lowed to legislate for themselves.- w e propose to illustrate the Tresidest's laudations of Slave ry by brief reference to few recent instances of its benignity ana oeaeaceace. w ust q The details of the driving out of thirty -six Euceable and loyal citizens of Madison County, entuefcy, by a pro Slavery mob combination. and the refusal ot UovJlagoma to attora tnem the slightest protection, are familiar to our readers, -ine case bas lew parallels in darkest despotisms of the Old Yuma, a evenings Bince, Rev. Hr. Booghton, one of the exiled, delivered an address on the subject in Cincinnati. ; We quote as follows:- - - The st...

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. — 12 January 1860

(Concluded from Page First.) wfll supply 75 additional cetfif. Tint the number will be far too small, and if pris oners continue to mnhiplj at the present Tate, the disproportion, already inconven ient, must soon become dangerous. . Cnder a faint Resolution of your predf re woiit Iappointed a Commission of three citizens to in quire Into the expediency of farther enlarging the present prison, or constructing a new one in some part of the State. Their report; I presume, will soon be submitted to too, and it will be tor too to determine what action is required by the public interest . - ..- I hare thought it my duty to exercise the pow er of pardon somewhat more sparingly than most of my predecessors. No light reason has been consciously permitted to induce interference with the Terdicts of Juries and the sentences of courts.: Still, the number of eases to which I hare felt mvselfbouod to interpose.has not been Terr small. In" some, the innocence or the prisoner has been mpde manifest...

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. — 19 January 1860

0 J. Caskey, Editor aid Proprietor. OfieeWaskington Street, Third Boor Sonth of Jackson. Terms:-0ne Dollar and Fifij Cents in Atftagee. f ' ; '. ', VOL. 4. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1860. $0.22. Poetry. I SHOULD SO LIKE TO KNOW. Tire weary weeks naee last we met. And still be keeps away! And still I listen tat hi knock Each disappointing day. Time bangs so heavy oa bis buds. My spirits cease to flow 1 wonder if be lores me still t I should so like to know? He cant be ill, for every day They tell Die There he's been; For ob! at every ball and rout The traitor may be sees! I did't mean a word I said That night I bade him go; I wonder will he come again ! I should so like to know! . I'm sure he's just like all the men, ' As false ss he can be; I don't believe he cares the least What may become of me, And after til vows of love, To torn and treat me so: I wonder will he make it up? I should so like to know! He might have known I did not mean He was to come ...

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. — 19 January 1860

- i iiia . , J." CASKEY, - - - ' Editor. THURSDAY,:: ::JANl&lS6-(K TRAVELER'S DIRECTORY. The follovrinp; shows the time of departures bad arrivals oatheO. Z, C. Et Bv at Miller- burr and Cleveland: ... Kcslmkq .KObtb. The AtctmmoiiaLio leave Millersbnrg; at 5.58 A. U,aiid arrives at Cleve- The 3prfleaves Miilersborjr at 2.50 V. M and &mvoAt Cleveland at 7.35. Prwivr QntTir vwMiaoiinfa'on leaves Cleve lata at 3.45 A. IT., and arriv at Mitienburg Express leaves Clevelanda! 4.ao P. JI., and -Tti Kxtrrtsn traia runauifr; Kortli con- sects at Ormjfewith the East aod Wet tratrfs on the P. Ft. W . and (J. it, -; . A-1 Ft. W. C. R. R. , - 5 i The follovinr tible Eivt fh time 'of irriml and psrtnro trains on thePittsburf. Ft. "Warne 4 Chicago GOING WEST. . C.S.Mali - . . . ... .rS2A.il. ; PumprTnin - ... - .... 2J& and Ml P.M. .... ," GOING EAST. ; ' Exprcs - - ' ' r" R.45P. M. ' CS-HailPumgcr . - 5 - 10JB A. If. 1 j$"T0n the outside of to:days paper will be found Gov.'Dennisox's...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 19 January 1860

oUf twa grossly miarapwSeaei Their motives and patioUstu were rudly impeached, and theiV citizens rudely de nounced as worth of the gnllows for fraok- lv expressing lueir constitutional nguts on the subject pf .SlateW.x A resolution had been introduced here.gaying (bat per sons who did a certain ibing were una. to to pe Speaker. ' ; Vs There twTgrWt mm j- men unfit to be Speaker" ? Hs op:uion was XhnOiny man who persoes-tfae pro-slavery policy, is polit ically no at to be speaker, and so is afiv .man who believes it .right to. re-open .the Aincan stave trace, or wno opposes tbe ad mission of Kansas into the Union under fcer recently adopted Constitution. ' From Washington. NEW YORK, Jan 17. - The 7eroW correspondence says the Executive session of the Senate, to-day, vwas probably-the most violent that ever disgraced that body. Jir. Ciingham made it severe speech against ibo election of Sew-' jrrd. Mr. Doolittle replied to Clinghara and charged upon lheSouth with severity, 'when Toom...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 19 January 1860

epuMitan IS PUBLISHED 1VKBT THURSDAY, eX. Viinntoi Stiiit, Thikd Dook Boers or Jacxaoi MILLERSBURG, OHIO. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS Mail Subscribers in advance... ........ $1.50 Paid within the year, . 2.00 After the year expires 2.50 . THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers vbo do aot iTe exprt? notice to tbt eontr?nr.sremaMureii Mwviiunc; ( contixiaetbttirtub- aeriptiona. . If Ea'oscribers order the discontinuance of their pa per, the publish? can continue to end then aatil all rpftim are naid. S. If the n'oAcriberg aeglecf or refuse to take their paper from the office to which they are directed, ther are held responsible till they eettie their biltf, and order the papers discontinned. 4. if any sobMribers reatore to aaother place without informing the paMuber.aod their paper u sent to the former direction, ti.ey are aria responsible. i. The Court have decided that refuntsr to take newnpaner from the office. or removing and tearing it on- hhb iirMMjww vviuence vi iQieaaonai iraaa. t T...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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