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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 May 1860

fl. r Sv Tcrms:0ne Dollar tad Fifty Celts U Ai-aie MILLERSBUKG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1860. NO. 40. VOL.4. in ITrP ill J. Cukej, Kitor s4 Jreprfetor. ' : .I f ' " - OfleeasMiigtoB Street, Thlrf Pow ntli of Jackson. ; , : . . mm . - ' Wat kmxm ft V ' f U rCBUSHKD VOX TBTBSDAT, J. iSraaar JOLLEESBURG OHIO. v ? TERMS OF S UBSCRIPTION: Mail Subscribers-it o6ie. Paid witii th ytr After the pg expires V JitZr.mn aaaaidaiwi aawtohiaf to aontimtkeiraab- acristioaa. a ir 4 S. nMl"T"" th9MtUUMlrtilucwiur nimmmtini. . ttlMMIIWMUIH. tafotmteftlM awhUn, A. If MT tbir rp U Mat U U . -Tfl nZTlfcl nl i.r..l U.int Um- TERMS OF AD VERTISINQ: pmfBmtm.Mhm Oae wnun. w eek.: V Each ubeqoeat iutiOB,Biider3 mu... 855 Oiennin.) mo'. hanreablo t pleamra 3.00 nT1 s. do do , 6.00 tC. i4 - .A, do 8.00 rorth ooluaim.t yr.cUageahle quarterly M.M fT.ifxJom. da da d 30.00 v i- iJ-MHii ! m tin. to etaMHi vUuan, ul Umitod (trfctlr to - - J. M mHMdfBf w Nwtc wilt to will l UrUd 7r fc i-UU-Z-SwUlto"t4 ...

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. — 24 May 1860

CRTlepitaii J. CASKEY, - - H - Editor THDKSDAY,::::::::lMAY! 24, I860, FOE PRESIDES T ABRAHAM UNJOIN - VTDB TICE"5rES1DE1STV - -' 'HANNIBAL HAMLIN OF MAINE. A Real Dun. OTTR robMiibea bear aa witues that ire 'do not often dim." It is onlywhen we pay op a parto all of tbatindebtedness. - . Lincoln and Hamlin. . Xkor CbjcsagD OmveBtooB1iar perforned its miouBB. Lis with the mostheartfelt sattsfnc ties that e BBOonace tienqtniiiatiaa for Pies' ident, of foe Hon. ft mum LarcoiJ.of Illinois, and for Vice President, the Eon. Haxxib. . Hiittix.of Ma jThirticket -will be "haired TPilh euih.naaamiyJ.he Eepublicaa Party from llaint hV Oregon. . The nomination, of these e'mlaeat Statesmen, was effected ia a spirit of harmony n'd "coicesfeion. unparalleled in the history of hriy previous Katioaal Convention. Messrs. Lrxcoui and HixLrjr are. representa tive mea.They ""we're hot nominated merely on account of iheir 'availability," hut because they were the full embodiment of the Princi ples of "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. — 24 May 1860

The Nominations in Washington. Tbe special dispat to tbe N. Y. Times says: - : Tbe reception of tbe sews of Lincoln's nomination, at Chfogottrew tbe House of Representatives into ancbexcitement as to snspend business for ewn minutes. Everybody waffdeligbted. 'Ervn Mr. Sew ard's warmest admirers rdboinced tbe nomination -'most able . an (injudicious. Judge Douglas awl ilia-friends think it the heaviest T)low the Democracy has yet rev oaive3r and say that ,y "to-morrow night that will not -t a tar barrel or a pound of powder in Illinois Wetlip a follows from the Tribune's special. r asoingionaispaicn: ,- - -w V Aside 'from - the; disappointment -occa-friohed lollr.' Seward's friends, who were confident of success to tb last moment, Mr. Iiincok's name has been received with a general expression of favor and rejoice togi and is-regarded as furnishin every assurance of wetory. -- . - -- Mr. Douglas pok ef him in presence of Republicans and Democrats,, as an up right, gifted and popular c...

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. — 24 May 1860

From Utah. We find in tha Omaha Eebrashain a let tar written to a distinguished gentlemen of the Territory. Jt adds that the writer is an intelligent gentlemen of high standing and an officer in the United States Army." It contains details of social life in Utah of the most sickening character, and, what is more, they art true. The letter ia dated, Great Salt Lake City, January 5, I860. .The letter was a private one and not intended for publica tion. The writer is at fault in only one in stance, in estimating the population of Utah at only 20,000, unless, as he proba bly does, he excludes the Carson Valley region, which is now endeavoring to cut itself loose from Utah, and has already been organized as a Territory, under the tittle of Nevada. We subjoin the following extracts: . All offices, from Brigham' Young, who claims to be the Yicegrent of God, on earth, down to the angels of execution, are filed by Americans so fat as they are capa ble. Some offices they bare not the reqire- ...

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. — 31 May 1860

Jtt i4 : I III "I ill A J. Caskey, Editor ant! Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms: One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance. VOL. 4. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY,- OHIO, THUKSDAT, MAY 31, 18G0. NO. 41. -. . t -" - IS N7BLI8HSD BVEHT THUBSDAT. VimMm smn.tam Dooa eeim Jacuo - MILLERSBURG, OHIO. TERMS OFSUBSCRIPTION: Mail BuWrbr i baae. $1.50 Paid wilbia the year 2.00 After the year expire 2J0 ','-' -. TBS LAW Or M1WSPAPEE8. I. Baoaertbsn whe do aot girt expreai aorlc. to the eautcary.ar. .aaaiderW Mwiaoiaf ta eeattaae their aab aeriptioaa. a. If eabecribe warder tb. djaoonUna.af. ef their p. pan, the pabliaher eaaaoatiaae tonad them ant il ail lllllill. are paia. a. If the anerucn sgie T renee to ran their Him fceaa to .So. to which theY mn directed, tbejr vl kild immoeaibmttU tbayaattw their biUa, aad order the paper. dineoaUnaed- 4. If any .oieeribera. remoT. tm another place wlth.nt lateanag the pabliaher, aad thetr paper ia nt to th. (oner dirwrtio...

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. — 31 May 1860

J. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY,::::::::::: MAY 31, 1860. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS for viceIpresident, HANNIBAL HAMLIN OF MAINE. A Real Dun. OUR subscribers will bear o. wttaea hat we do ot often dua. It is oly when we arc reaily needy that " them lor help. nZtiZi. JL. Wfll -ot tjosewbo owe q . Tl Mf that inHahtMlniMC pay op a pan or mi -.-.. Republican for the Campaign. -flfe jill furnish the Bepubliam from this time till the lot of January next, for 50 cttv. The cash in aUcaaes to accompany the' order. - . Will net die friends of the cause and of the paper, male an effort to extend its circulation in their respective neighborhoods r ' Almost ev ery one of their Deraoeratic neighbors would give the amount asked, for the Republican till A.. t,a PMctrlontinl pWrtinn. if solicited tn do o. -' y-y '".':'. '' jyThe Bill known as the Pacific telegraph Bill has passed both houses of Congress. i EThe emigration from Ireland, is much larger this year than for several y...

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. — 31 May 1860

Japanese Court Dress and Customs. torn: The Japanese put on their best "bibs and tuck" when fermaHy PJDff their r- nsvtu in the President A letter sayi Tha dresses of the Japanese were . much more georgeous ihkn an 'they had prevj ouslv sppetfrei in.- The -first Embassador wore robes of bine, and purple crape, with richly embroidered users- -ct silk. The gannentg.6LthesecoDd and third were of differed shatrs of reen, crape and silk, all err curiously wrought, ihe seconda tf Officers tad interpreters Were more' nim- Tbry attired ' All had by ' means of some artificial contrivance; an unusual expanse TpC' A qulder which ga-e them an air of ro;- tun arty Uier do not at ordinary .times pos "jesw TEo Uighest dignitaries had peculi- jct head-aresses, shaped like noiiow, doxbs, aad sefc-nooo-the toe of the head, where ; jQle'were conaedby long cords reaching ; dcrwnHbeekies of the, face and passing nn- der"tEeechii" These head-dresses "were blacfc' ab1jTSt:fitTn6he'sliirh 'and six Ionr The...

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. — 31 May 1860

The Tornado. The Tornado wLich visited the South western part of the State on Monday af ternoon, the 21st inst, was unprecedented. From the Cjnninaati papers we gain par ticulars. ' The storm burst upon the city at 3 P. IL, with constant flashes of liVhtning and a tempest of wind. The roof the office of the Commercial was blown off, and por tions felling on an adjoining building went through into au ice cream saloon, badly in juring three persons. ' The Fourteenth Dis trici School House was unroofed. The teacher in one of the rooms, apprehending the case, placed her back agaiust the door to prevent the scholars from rushing wild ly down stairs, but was struck by bricks and badly Tat, so that the blood streamed over her. Six children were badly hurt; one probably fatally, the cap stone of the building falling on her legs, breaking both. The teacher is very badly bruised and will laid op for a month: the chair from which 'she sprang" to hold the door was crashed the moment she left it...

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 June 1860

MM to u Ik J. Caskej, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Door Sonth of Jackson. Terms:-0ne Dollar and Fiftj Cents in Adrance. NO.e VOL. 4. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1860. A llll The Republican. U PCBLISHXB ETKKT THIKSOAT. 3Q3T T- OAFtTC.-Fnr, Tunxno Snssr.Tauaa Dooa Sacra Jacksox ' ., MILLEESBURG, OHIO TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION': Mail gotiaeriben extMacs $ 1.50 Faid within the year... 2.00 After the year expires...... . 3.50 TBS LAW OF JfBWSPAPERS. I. Bafteertbera e M rhre express aotiee to the eawlauirja; rteeoatiBBataeireae- f. If eabeerrbrser!ler the eiecoatiaeaae of their pa ean, the seaeieaer eaa eoauaae seeeM ueautuui uMimii en Mid. ft. It the eabacrfber aagtert er refuse to take their aaaeii ft im the aaree to waiea thev are directs, tbry SraheU reaaeasiliW U1 Uaj settle their telle, aaa erder the sabers aiseeamaaed. 4. f eery easeeribera wi i e to mother place without lafonaiBf the paMir,aaa their paper U seat to the feraw slreetrea,...

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 June 1860

J. CASKEY, Editor. THURSDAY,::;::::'::: JUKE k, 1860. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. C. Z. & C. R. R. r --Trains leave 'Express..... AocommodatioB - Arrive at Millersburg:, . " AoommadatioB'..I.T. .... 5:35 A. M. .-,..1058 P. M. PITTSBURG FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILROAD. GOING WEST. s rt ExpretB.a...-.'. j..j-5:55 A. M. , Mail...... ...i i.2:35 P. M. "Express Passenger.:..'..:.. ..I.., .6:02 P.M. GOING EAST. fast Express...:. ...3:00 P.M. -ExreSs Passenger ...... ..9:00 P. M. w ; ' V .-' FOR PRESIDEXT. .IBUAILOILIVCOM Ur-l . 5 OF ILI4SOIS. f Jl - FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, "i ' ! HANNIBAL ilAJILIN I . , " OF MAINE . One Word to our Friends. "We want to put tie ? Republican." into the " hands of as many of the voters of this county i "as we possibly? can during the coming cam- " paign. It is the surest and best method, of reaching the minds of the people in a political , contest, and those who have the success-of their " cause at heart should always make it a point to use ...

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 June 1860

Washington Items. WASHINGTON, May 31. Judge Daniel, of the Supreme died to-day at Richmond. A Treasury draft "was wued to-day in fevor of the State of Missouri for $308,000, being the amount of the 3 per cent, funds. The Senate " was ; in Fxeoutive Session four hours ,fo day oA the Mexican Treaty. There was an earnest debate, involving the nin nnnsfton. Several ftmpnrlrnpnt vp.tr voted off and rejected, - including" those of xur. pimuious wiucu uiu uwu .previuusijr approved by some of the Republicans who "were opposed to the treaty in its original form. .x The treaty wasfinaly rejected by a large majority.. This, result has produced much disappointment as well as surprise, as the indications during the few weeks past were favorable to its ratification. - The Attorney General yesterday ' gave 'n opinion is favor of allowing the State of Missouri about $400,000, being the 2 per cent arising from the sale of the public lands in that State heretofore Teversed by "the Federal Government ...

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 June 1860

The Japanese at Washington. Tb telegraph column continiws to fur nish m fall account of th principal doings of the Japan- Embassy, bal a few inci dents art occasionally omitted. After their first visit to the prioeial offices they kept closely to tieir rooms. .The New York Express says: They appeared pleased with the motly crowd assembled under the windows, and presented quite frequently their smi ling countenances. Yesterday evening they prevented the police from driving these eurions American sight-seers away, and amused themselves by throwing their satire coin amongst them to be scrambled Jor. Large numbers, of ladies and genUe taMB paid their reipecto to them and beg ged a card written in Japanese characters, which are exhibited in connection with the singular coin, as trophies and memen toes of this interesting occasion. Already the men about town have attached Japan ese coin to their watch chains, in token of their importance and influence with those is authority? -There is on...

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 June 1860

'J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms-One Dollar and Fifty Cents In Advance. MILLERSBTJRG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, I860. VOL. 4. tmblitan 13 PUBLISHED EVEBT THUBSDAT. ftniKTin Stset,Tmb Doo Sown of Jaczsoi MILLEESBURG, OHIO. TERMS OFSUBSCRIPTION: Mail Subscribers i advance. Paid within the year After the year expires . $1.50 . 2.00 2.50 THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscriber, who do not gin express notice to the contrary, an considered as wishins; to oontinae their tab eriutioiu S. if mbscrtben order tb dummtisuiwe of tbeir pa pen, tho publisher cu continue to send them until all mi ma n ii m are paid. IT the Bobacrlberi neglect or refaae to take their anen rrom ine omw - w-u uj iraheld responaioke till the settle their billa, and order Uuiltit aobacribera remore to another place without informing Uie puouauer,-. w f-h - former airecuon, mwj - --- T Ths Court. hT decided that refusing to take, newspaper from tbe...

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 June 1860

The Republican. J. CASKET; - - - - Editor. THURSDAY,:::::::::: JUNE 21, I860. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Z. & C. R. R. Trains leave Millersburg: ' Express!.... Aceammodatioa . Ajrive mi Millersburg: Acoomrnadntioa ..... ,' Express ..... .5:35 A. M. .2:05 P. M. ..1:20 P. M. .1058 P.M. PITTSBURG, FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILROAD. PITTSBURG, FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILROAD. Leave Orrville, GOING WEST. Fast Express. 5:55 A. M. Man 235 P. M. Exprew Passenger ..6KB P. M GOING EAST. Ifafl z.J...; Fast. Express.... . Exress PaaseBger. ...9:21 A. M. ...3:00 P. M. ...9:00 P.M. 1 FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS. . FOR VICeTrESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN OF MAINE. , . SUPREME JUDGE. JACOB BEINKERHOPF, OF RICHLAND. - ATTORNEY GENERAL, v JAMES MURRAY, or wood. - MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, LEVI SARGENT, - OP TUSCARAWAS. ' ton raaaimxTUL xlsctok8 roa Tin stati at large, FREDERICK EASSAURECK, of Hamilton, JOSEPH M. ROOT, of Erie. COSOKCMIOIAL DMTBIOTB. lit Districts. B. Egglmon. 3d WUUun...

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 June 1860

News by the Overland Mail. SPRINGFIELD Mo., June 17. The Overland Mail Coach with San Francisco advices to May 28th, arrived here at 7.30 this; evening, and furnishes the following summary of news: Sax Fjuncisco, Jlay , 28. the Pony Express with St Louis dales to May 20th, is due at Carson Valley this muruing, bat on account '-of Indian hostilities on the route for 200 miles beyond that point it is feared the express has been cat off. The last express left here on Friday, 25th, but we are not yet advised whether it passed the dangerous portions of the route on its way eastward. During all the present week it has rain ed incessantly. The accounts from Carson Valley yes terday. 27th. reoresented that about 25,- 000 Indians remained in the vicinity of Pyramid Lake, and that 600 hunters un der CoL J. C. Hays and 200 U. S. troops CapL Stewart had gone oat te attack them in front and rear. We are therfore in hourly expectation of another battle. Yerka, May 25th. A letter received from Lit...

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 June 1860

Strange Effects of Lightning. Oar axchBOges the past week have bro't us several account of the fearful effects of lightning, resulting in the death of three or four persons. Near Chicago a little girl was killed by a bolt some rods from the door of her own mother's house, a dark line the length of he person indicating the passage of the electric fluid. At Lebanon, ky, the wife and child of Mr. Harrison were struck, and "after lying insensible sometime she recovered. A portion Sif the boose was badly shatered, Tb most remarkable occurrence from lightning was in Adams, Guernsey county, Ohio. A J man named R. Mackey was fairly struck by a heavy bolt, and not killed. His attend ing physician thus relates the marvelous es cape in the Guernsey Times: ' Mr. Mackey and three of his boys were working m the clearing. When the show er came on, he thought it would be but a moderate one, put on his coat and step ped under a tree, leaning against it with his Jright shoulder. The lightning first s...

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 June 1860

15 it 1 l u J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms:-0ne Dollar and Fifty Cents In Advance. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1860. VOL. 4. NO. 45. tpnHttan IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, Wiinsdroi Sraaxr, Thikd Doo South o Jackbox MILLERSBURG, OHIO. TERMS OFSUBSCRIPTION: Mail Subscribers u acbanee- Paid withia the year After the year expires . $1.50 . 2.00 2.50 TEB LAW OF NEWSPAPERS. 1. Soheeribere who do ot riro express notice to the eeatrai7,ars osnddend as viihiog to continue theirHb eriptioBs. J. if subscribers order the discontinuance of their pa pers, the pablisher eoaoontinne tooond themnntiioil arrearages are paid. 4. If the sabsui Bien neglect or nhee to take their papers from the office to which they are directed, they are held responsible till thej eettle their bills, ana order the papers aieoonunaea. 4, If sr subscribers remore to another place withoat informing the pablisher, and their paper U eent...

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 June 1860

J. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY,:::;::::::: JUNE 28, I860. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN , , OF IJU.HTOIS. .- FOR VICEPRESIDEXT, HANNIBAL HA1MLIN . ' . OF MAIXE. " ' SUPREME JUDGE, JACOB BRINKERHOFF, OFBICBLAMI. : ATTOBXEr GENERAL, JAMES MURRAY, or wood. MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ; LEVI SARGENT, -; - OF TCSCAKAWA3. TOE rKESISKKTIAI, (LECTORS TOR THE STATS AT LARGE, FREDERICK HASSAURECK, of Hamilton - coxokeshiokal districts. 1st Dutricta B.Effgleflon. 2d William U ThWu.- ' 3d , , 4th , 6th 7th th loth 11th 14th 15th 16th 17th lth Frank HcWhioney. ' John Riler Knox. -D. H. Murphy. Nelaon Ronh. John F. Hinklp. H. S. Bandy. Daniel B. SUwart. WUIard Slocmm. Joseph Ankenr. Edward Ball.' John A- Parenport. Samuel B. Filbrick. Baltimore Convention Bursts up and makes two Conventions and Nominates two Tickets- and Nominates two Tickets-Sound the Whangdoodle. The Baltimore Convention did not have much better luck than at Charleston. After s stormy session of four days it commenced...

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 June 1860

electoral ticket for the candidates of this Convention. Carried. Walker moved an informal recess of fif teen minntes. Cries of no. no. when the motion was withdrawn. A resolution was adopted that the Na tional Committee be appointed by the del- rations, naming a member for each State. A resolution was also adopted that the next Convention be beld at rhuadelphia. Barksdale of Miss., moved that the Con vention now proceed to nominate candi dates for President and Vice President of the United States. Motion carried. Fisher of V, moved that the Chair man of each delegation be requested to collect a sara of money from eacn dale- gate and hand it to the Mississippi dele gation. A voice How moch ! Fisher About a dollar, I believe. Johnson of Md., here arose and begged leave to state that the Maryland delega tion claimed the privilege of paying for the lall. A lengthy debate here ensued in regard to the casting of the voles of several of the Stales on the nomination of President and Vice Pr...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 28 June 1860

John Mitchel on the Democratic Party. The celebrated Irish leader, John Mitch el, is now on a visit to the Northwest, and in a letter dated Chicago, June 10th, 1860, to the Milwaukee Free Democrta, he cor rects the impression that he came to the Northwest under color of lecturing about European affaire, "to make political har ranguea for the benefit of the Democartic Party He says that if he "undertook to 'slump' Wisconsin at all, it would be for anything else rather than the Democratic yarty." -. But a few years ago John Mitchel was a Democrat as "ardent as the Southern sun" could make him. In his Chicago letter to the Milwaukee Free Democrat he not only confesses the dissolution of the Democratic party, but thus sensibly exhorte "Irish citi zens of Northern States" to act politically for the future'. John Mitchel says : "There is no Democratic party now, thai I am aware of; it was kept alive four years longer than it had any right to live, by the generous zeal and attachment of th...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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