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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 5 July 1860

ii tfir fir J4C, J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boer Soatb oT Jackson. Terms:-0ne Dollar and Fifty Cents in Adrance. VOL. L MILLERSBTTKG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1860. NO 46. III I t Republican r"I8 rCBLISHKD KVERY THURSDAY. TiumM STBUT.Tain Doom Soon or Jacxsos MILLERSBURG, OHIO. TERMS OFSUBSCRIPTION: frail Subscribers advance $1.50 taid within the year 2.00 After the jer expires 2.50 THS LAW OF NE WSPAPERS. 1. Sabaerlber. whs do not gt.Ta express notice to the toatrary.an considered as wishing to coatinee their ub scripttons. - - X. ir wbKrlbenerder the dUeontimunee of their pa pers, the publisher eaa. continue to end them until all amarafea are paid. S. It the ubacriberi neglect or refuse to Uk. their papers tfm the olftce to which they are directed, they are hela KsB-onsibie UU thej aettle their bills, and order tfa. papers discontinued. t. If any subscribers reawre to another place withont Infermiaf the pnbliaher, and their pape...

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 July 1860

THE REPUBLICAN. J. CASKET, - - ; - Editor. THURSDAY, :::::::::: JUtY 5. 1860. ACRAIIAII LINCOLN ,. . OF1XMNOIS. ...' fob vick"presidkxt, . HANNIBAL HAMLIN OP MAIKB. '"- SUPREME JUDGE, JACOB BRINKERHOFF, . " . , OFEICBLA3C0. - ATTOBIfET GENERAL, ' . ' JAMES MURRAY, . OF WOOD. MEMBKSOF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORK8 LEVI SARGENT, V. . OF TUSCARAWAS. ' FOB mUMITUI BUCTOU THS STATS AT LASSS, FREDERICK HASSAUBECE, of Hamilton, JOSEPH If. BOOT, of Erie. ' .:: : . ooonxsajoau. nstuots. - . 1st DiitricU. B-Eirglswn. 9A ViU..m 11. rKwinu - M 4th tth i tth th 10th 11th 14th lata . lth 17th Mth Frank MeWhinney. John Riley Knox. D. H. Murphy. Nelson Run. -John F. Hinkle. H. S. Bundy. Daniel B. Stewart. Willard 81oeum. Joseph Ankeny. Sdward Ball. John A. Davenport. Saamel B. Filbrick. V Ik Vadt. It is ti"t 1e friend of IXjg ig assert that Bkbokkwdob baa bo friends in the North. A great many papers, and a great many prominent men of that party, haTe al ready declared for him, and more are coming. The Edit...

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 July 1860

Political News. A Boticeb! feature of the Douglas or- ma about this tun is that they contain bo elan? about the aectionalisra of the Re publican part. The question is what has wrought this change in their manners to ward lh naughty "Black RepulicansP Jm it because tbej find their party in the same boat! - . ; .. r . , The Slogan of Freedom the name of a campaign paper just started at Indianap olis, Ind. It ft Republican up to the bub, and is published by the "Rail maulers' Association'.' of that city. It is vigorously edited, ana dku lair to do good sen ice. The Burlington (Wis.) Gazetie, says iiat over fifty Germans in that village, who heretofore Toted the Democratic ticket, have expressed their determination to rote ' for "Old Abe" next fall. Although Bur lington has heretofore been the stronghold of "the unterrified," and has always given large Democratic majority, there are strong indications that the old "rail sput ter" will roll up a majority, even in that not bed of Democrac...

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 July 1860

Poetry. NEW NURSERY BALLANDS FOR GOOD LITTLE DEMOCRATS. Sing a tongof Charleston! Bottle full of Rye! , - . All the i Douglas delegates Knocked into pit For when the Tote was opened The South began tho sing, "Yonr little Squatter Sovereign "" Shan't be onr King! ' , , " II. Hi diddle diddle! the Dred Scott riddlel The Delegates scatter like loons! .- 5 i The little Dug swears to see the sport, r, . u B(j jjje Southerners couat their spoons.' III. : . . -There was a little Senator r . ; "Who wasn't very wise, , V He jumped into Convention - -- r- . And scratched out both his eyes. A ad when he found his eyes were out .' ;., u With all his might and main?" . 'Hebolled off to Baltimore- : .. To scratch them in again. . , ; ? SPRINGFIELD, May 4, 1860. Miscellaneous. A TALE OF HORROR. A Murderer's Dying Confession. '-George Aclter was executed in -Newark, N. 3n last Friday, for the murder of Isaac H. Gordon. The following is the murder er's - " . - - CONFESSION: It was in the afternoon o...

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 July 1860

iir (1 ftl HVi SI jjyi' J! iJiy Asy tU r - If II" -Y m 1 : J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Terms'-One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Adrance. VOL. L MILLERSBUKG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1860. NO. 47. Business Cards. WVtL 4 TAYLOK, Akron, 0. E. STEINBACHER & CO., JJro&we- omini0siott w je h c II. i jy t s , Dealers in Tm, (tan, II M Salt TA, Wkik al Wair " Lime, fc, fa, fa,- FTBCHASERSOP Wheat, Rye, Corn, Oats, Seeds, Dried Fruits, Butter, Eggs, Wool, &c. in. as. . orxiiuiiU) aicuij M I LLERSBURG, O. Mj J1.1860 41 BAKES & WHOLF, Forwarding and Commission HE n a II ml .VTS, ' ' ' AWI DEALERS IH salt fish; plaster, white c--.;' AND WATER LIME. , purchasers or FLOUR, WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS-' . CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED, Butter, Eggs, Lard, Tallow and all kinds WAREHOUSE, MILLERSBURG, O. Sept. 18, 1856 4tC , r , V CALT1 J.lceaTOO. enrr mmur . .sCOMSTOCK & NEWBERRY, PrbducFoTnmIssion Merchants V s-- jro. ...

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 July 1860

J. CASKEYj - - - . Editor. THURSDAY, ::::::::: JULY 12, 1860. FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN or iiLiJfOis. ; for yiceTresidext, HANNIBAL HAMLIN OF B1AISB. ' ' stTPREME JUDGE, JACOB BRINKERHOFF, OF RICHLAND. ATTORNEY GENERAL, . JAMES MURRAY, vr wood. MEMBER OF BOARD OP PUBLIC WORKS LEVI SARGENT, OF TUSCARAWAS. roB nmrasTUL elictob idb thx rati at laboc, FREDERICK HASSAURECK, of Hamilton, .rUH.fcir'ii SL KUUT, or .Erie. CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 1st Districts.--B. Eggleson. 2d William If. Dickson. 8d 4th 6th 7ta -9th loth 11th 14th 15th 16th 17th 10th Frank McWhinney. John Riley Knox. D. H. Murphy. Nelson Rath. John F. Hinklc H. 8. Bundy. Daniel B. Stewart. Willard Slocum. Joaeph Ankenj. Edward BUI. John A. Davenport. Samuel B. Filbriek. jyThe National Democratic Executive Com mittee have issued a Circular repudiating any fusion with the Beeckexeidge party for Hect or. . Ihdiaxa. Senator Bright admits frankly that Lincoln will carry Indiana by a very large ma jority, and does not antic...

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 July 1860

Information Wanted. I hare lost m fmrorila dog, which Las strayed or been stolen from me lately; for the safe return of which I feel great anxiety. He followed me to the Charles ton Convention, since which I have been unable to find him. 1 thought, possibly, by some means, he might hare been car ried to the Baltimore Convention : but af ter tba most careful and diligent search for him there, be could not be found. The members of those conventions being all honorable men, precludes the idea that an? of them should have stolen him. , He was a beautiful dog, a cross I believe, be tween the Pointer and the Spaniel; his age perhaps, between three and four years ; vervtalL with a very lone slim tail, ana a sharp nose; his feet black as jet; his legs white as the purest wool. siM wnat is most peculiar in regard to his color, is, that ue balance of tnis cnarming creature, ue emniocr at the very tip of his tail and run ning to the point of his nose, in the form, and after the manner of a scr...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 12 July 1860

The Hell Fire Club. The New York Leader, under the Lead of "Old Merchant of New York City, gives a sketch of the business career of Thomas H. Smith, a great tea merchant who failed years since, owing the govern ment over Three Millions of dollars duties on teas, and concludes the sketch with an account of the "Hell Fire Club, as fol lows: Thomas II. Smith, besides being the greatest tea merchant of his day, was also the greatest Spreeile of Lis day. He was the President of a Club called "The Hell Fire Club." It held its meetings ia Frank lin Square and the Corner of Dover street Boys have a mode of amusement called "Follow your leader." This was adopted by the Club of which Smith was President. Many men who are now aged and respect ed men. or dead, belonged to the "Hell Fire Club." Joseph Foulke a trader at Curacoa, a Dutch Island in the West In dies, and the Staggs. There was old Pe ter Stagg, Cashier of the City Bank, and John and Benjamin Stagg. There was old Matthias Bruen, and ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 19 July 1860

b I ft 11 II III IL I III wv J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms: One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Adranc VOL. 4. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1800. ' 1 ! NO. 48. ...... 4V iYAA 1 A I I II I Business Cards. j mo Akron, O. E. STEINBACHER & CO., Produce . & - Commi0sion JttERCHJUTTS, "7 Dealers in Flour, flna, 131 M Salt Fish, Whit and Wats Lime, k, It, fc, FPECHASKESOF TFJUof, .Rye, Corn, 0at, 5efe, 2riei Fruits, Butter, Eggs, Wool, dec. H. H. 8PEIGLE, Agent, MILLERSBURG, O. Mj,186tt 41 BASES & WHOLF, Forwarding and Commission .JtlE RC ffJ.VT, AKP DIALEK8 I1T SALT FISH, PLASTER, WHITE AND WATER LIME. riutciuBXBs or FLOUR, WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS- CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED, AT.RO. Butter, Eggs, Lard, TaUow and all kinds of JJrtea M runs. WAREHOUSE, MILLERSBURG, O. Sept. 18. 1856 4tt cum t. COM STOCK. hk-xrt Hctranutr COMSTOCK & NEWBERRY, Produce Commission Merchants, v iro. 60 HKKViir street, ...

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 July 1860

J, GASKET, - - - Editor. THURSDAY, ::::::::: JULY I-, I860. FOE PRESIDENT. ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS. fob viceIFresident. HANNIBAL HAMLIN OF MAINE. SUPREME JUDGE, JACOB BRINKERHOFF, Or BICBLAND. ATTOBKEY GENERAL, JAMES MURRAY, OF WOOD. MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS LEVI SARGENT, Or TUSCARAWAS. IBB BllUUlUt KUCTOB IOB TU (TATS AT LAasS, FREDERICK HASSAURECK, of Hamilton, JOSEPH M. ROOT, of Ene. OOVOKMSIOHAL SIBTKJCTB. lit Districts B.Eggleaon. ' 3d William af . Dickson. d 4th tth . Tth tth loth nth 14th Mih 18th 17th lth Frank McWhinney. John Riley Knox. D. H. Murphy. Nelson Rush. John F. Hinkl. H. 8. Bandy. Daniel B. SUwart. Willard 81ocnm. Joseph Ankenr. Edward BalL John A- DaTenport, Samael B. FUbrick. Tbe reported quarrel between, the Presi dent and Senator Gwnre is contradicted. JfA majority of toe Stork county Central Committee are Bbjeckkxbidgi men. ' rSfDr. 8. D. Eaedhax will be at the Ohio House, Friday August 3d. . ty If Mr. Bell is elected to stay at home( lie will try...

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

The Democratic Farces of 1860. The Douglas Plarndealer publishes the following flaming "Poster" of the Season' Performance of the Breckenridge Demo cracy. We advertise it gratis, just for the fun of the thing, and will do the other wing the like frver, on the same liberal terns, when their programme is fully ar- aoged and presented to an admiring ap preciative public - Itia Union theatre-soer must "lunch and grow fat" while they can, as the cur tain will positirely fall on both companies of distinguished Democratic "stars" next JNOTeraDer. From the Clereland Plaindealer, July 11. POWERFUL ATTRACTION. Reorganized and Newly Equipped for the "1 raveling" Season 01 jbou, win per form in the several Southern Ci ties and a few small towns in the North during the Summer and Autumn. THE MANAGEMENT: n i In T mil rirnrtnr nf Anuaanta .... Wa. L. Yiircr. Acting and BUM Manager Jobs Slidell. Promptcr - Jia. Gordos Betjut. Tnmni ..... Howkll Cobb. Scenic Artist .... G. w. Bowaas. Vutaf of the Ba...

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

Bottom of the Ocean. Mr. Green, the famoas direr, tells singu lar stories of his adventures when making searca in the deep waters of the ocean. lie gives some sketches of whnt he saw on the Silver Banks near Hay ti : The banks of coral on which ray divings narrated in the previous chapter, were made, are about fortv miles in lenrrtn ana irom ten to twenty in breadth. On this banks of coral is presented to the diver one of the most beautiful and sublime scenes the ere ever beheld. The water varies from ten to one hundred feet in depth, and so clear that the diver can see from two to three hundred feet, when sub merged, with little obstiuction to the sight. The bottom of the ocean, in many places on these banks, is as smooth as a marble floor: in others it is studded with coral columns, from ten to one hundred feet in height, and from one to eighty feet in di ameter. The tops of those more lofty sup port a myraid of pyramidal pendants, each forming. a myraid more; giving the reality t...

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. — 26 July 1860

A iitttr $ 4 J. CASKET, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door. Sooth of Jackson. " TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Adranee. VOL.4. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1860. no. 49. Business Cards. mini arsixKican, Akron, O. j WW ( Aaron, u E. STEINBACHER & CO., Produce & Commission JtTEJl CIIAJTTS, Dealers U Fkr, Gnu, II 8tafi; Salt Fish, White and Water Lime, k, fc, Jz, THTTtCTT AKFTRS OF Wheat, Rye, Corn, Oats, Seeds, Dried Fruits, Butter, Eggs, wool, tc. M . M . 8PEIGLE, Agent, MILLERSBURG, O Mat M, I860 41 BASES & WHOLF, Forwarding and Commission jnEKCnJLJTTS, ant- dealers nr SALT FISH, PLASTER, WHITE AND WATEtt L1MJS. PURCHASERS Or FLOUR, WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS-' CLOVER AMD TIMOTHY SfifSl, iim. Butter, Egg, Lard, Tallow and all kinds of Dried fruits. WAREHOUSE, MILLERSBURG, O. Sept. 18, 1856 4t CALTI J. COMSTOCK- mi nmiiT COMST0CX &. NEWBERRY, Produce Commission Merchants VOL 60 XXKWItf STREET, CLXVXLAltD, O, Cnren of a...

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. — 26 July 1860

J. CASKEY, - - ;-; Editer. THURSDAY, JULY 26, I860. FOB PRESIDENT, ABI. UIV11 U 0L OF ILLINOIS. FOE VICeTrESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAIMLIN OF MAINE. SUPREME JUDGE, JACOB BRINKEKHOFF, OF RICHLAND. ATTORNEY GENERAL, JAMES MURRAY, OF WOOD. . . . MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS LEVI SARGENTi ' or TUSCARAWAS. worn ntmrorvMAL xlectou ros ths stats at lake, FREDERICK HASSAURECK, of Hamilton, JOSEPH M. KOOT, of line. - ' . COXGRWHIOTAi, DrOTRICTS. 1st Districta.- , 2d , " Sd " " 4th i 6th " 1th " 8th . 10th 11th u 14th ' ISth ' 16th - 17th 19th " -B.Egeleson. William II. Dickson. Frank HcWhinnej. John Riley Knox. . D. H. Mnrphy. Kelson Rush. John F. Hinkle. H. S. Bundr. Daniel B. Stewart. Willard Ploeum. Joseph Ankeny. Edward Ball. John A. Darenport, Sanrael B. Filbrick. Changes to Lincoln-The Ball Rolling! Our exchanges from all quarters in the Free State bring reports of accessions from other or ganizations to the Lincoln and Hamlin standard. We will briefly record a few of the prominent ones. -...

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. — 26 July 1860

The Meteor. The Buffalo Courier says the Meteor of Friday, nigbt made its appearance mere about half past nmuocioc... A fl.vid of JUit. like, that of a vivid, continuous fl-h of ligbmng, or like a bright dawn, streamed oyer the tops of the houses and grew in intensity for a few see Ands. ere the majestic orb sailed sublimely into sight overhead. Over, the lenith it spread roona, ana reauiso in one ana wim a wake of fire that spanned the sky for an instant bke a vast arch of celectial flame, It did not dart, but with a steady, even motion steered eastward, overhand down, down, growing smaller and paler as it sank, away to the verge and beneath the East ern horizon, it must have taken, at least, thirty seconds in its serial passage across the heavens. : The Rochester Democrat says it was eea there at half-past nine, and was the most dazzling thing of the kind ever seen in Rochester. The Trey (N. Y.) Arena describes it as being visible at ten rniuntes to ten. It appeared to consist of ...

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. — 26 July 1860

The Popular Sovereignty Doctrine and the Douglas Ticket. A correspondent io Iowa desires to know "more io full, the objections we entertain to the doctrine of non-interventioa, or Pop ular Sovereignty," as represented by the Douglas Presidential ticket. We take great pleasure in responding to his re quest. Our first objection rests upon the fact that the doctrine is not represented by tuat ticket that it will sot be established by its success. Mr. Donglas himself has avowed bis adhesion to it, and stands be fore the people as its recognized champion. But he bases his advocacy of it upon un tenable Ground. He holds that slaves are property, jast like horses or hogs, and as SDCQ may D6 Mien into me terriines dj their owners. Bat when there, he insists, tier mast depend wholly upon the local law for their protection. The Territorial Legislature may make laws or refuse to make them guaranteeing to the owner peaceable possessions of his slave property, and in either case there is no redr...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 2 August 1860

rff- (II If f tfoitr.: -WW J. CASKET, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fiftj tents in AdrancV. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1860. VOL.4. llll III II Business Cards. j I860 m. TAT LOB, Akron, O. Akron, 1 E. STEINHACHER & CO., Produce & Commission Dealers ia FIw, Graa, ED & Sail rd, White nil ffalff Lime, it, fa, fa, PTJBCHASKES OF Wheat, Rye, Corn, Oats, Seeds, Dried Fruits, Butter, Egg, Wool, dc. M. M. 8PEIGLE, Agent, MILLERSBUKG, O. Hayl,l0 1 BAKER & WHOLF, Forwirding and Commission AXP DEAL US Uf SALT FISH, PLASTER, WHITE rnicBum of FLOUR, WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS- CLOVER AND TlMO ixli SEED, . AT.fW). Butter, Eggs, Lard, Tallow and all kinds of JJnea jrruus. WAREHOUSE, MILLERSBURG, O. .. 8ept.18.1856 4t CALTIV J. OOIISTOCK. nnt imim COMST0CK & NEWBERRY, Produce Commission Merchants, VO. O0 XKKWOI STKKBT. CLSTXLAJTD, Conn of tod Dealers In SUCH CUES 1118 UP IBIEB BEET, PORK ...

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. — 2 August 1860

Che mMtm. T. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY, AUG. 2, 1860. FOR PBESIDEJfT. ABRAILM LIAl'OLY or ixuhois. FOB VICKRESIDEJfT. HANNIBAL HAMLIN OF MAIJiE. SPPBEME JUDGE, JACOB BRINKERHOFF, OF RICHLAND. ATTORNEY GENERAL, JAMES MURRAY, . . - OF WOOD. MEMBER OF BOAED OF PUBLIC WORKS : LEVI SARGENT, or TUSCARAWAS. . toB miRnui nccTOBs iob m itats at uui, FREDERICK HASSAURECK, of Hamilton, JOSEPH M. ROOT, of Erie. COKOKXfiSIOX.lL DISTKiCTm. let District. B. Egrgleson. 3d " William M. Dickson. Id - Frank McWblnney. 4th " John Riley Knox. th " D. H. Mnrphr. 7th Nelson Rush. ta " John F. Hinkle. loth H. S. Bandy. 11th " Daniel B. Stewart. 14th " WilUrd Sloeun. 16th Joseph Ankenr. 16th " Edward Ball. 17th " John A. Davenport. 19th Samuel B. Filbriek. , On. The bead of the Postmaster at Colnm boa, a B&bcezxbldgc man taking his place. Wos't Fcsz The Douglas Democra ic State Convention held at Harrisbarg, Pa., July 27, re foses to unite with the Bbzckixbidge men on aa Electoral tickeL yWe are ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 2 August 1860

More Massacres in Syria. the latest news from Syria is a report T,. th. RntU Government had received that a fearful massacre of Christians had taken place at Damascus, in which 500 of thorn aa peen miiea, in rlndinrr the Dutth. Consul. The American Consul was aJs reported to. Lave been wounded. - Poll particulars had not come to hand, v , . . ... . The CUv-Waahiogton a learner also brought the following particulars of the destruction of Deir-el-Kamar, . and the panic at Bey root: ' Affairs in the Province are looking black ar and blacker. Yesterday we bad the fearful news of the village of Deir el-Ea mar being sacked, burnt, and every Chris tian male, to Ibe number of two inousana and more, being put to the sword by ui Druses, who a fortnight before had disarm nA them, in cold blood. The women and children were allowd to escape, and reach ed the mouth of the Damoor River, half way between this and Sidon, resterdr.y, whence they were brought np last night and this morning, to tbe num...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 2 August 1860

The Sheriff and the 'Widow. A Story of Mistaken Attachment. We have heard a good story, of vbich an Aalabama Sheriff was tbe hero. Court was in ses sion, and amid the multiplicity of business which crowded upon him at term time, he stopped at tbe door of a beautiful widow, off tbe sunny side of thirty, who, by the way had often bestowed meitiiig glances upon tbe aforesaid Sheriff. He was admit ted, and the widow appeared ; the confu sion and fright which the arrival of her visitor occasioned, set off to Greater advan tage than usual the captivating charms of the widow M. tier cueeks bore tbe beau tifully blended tints of the apple blosom ; her lips resembled the rose buds npon which the morning dew yet lingered, and her eyes were like .quivers of (J lipids, and tbe dances of love and tenderness with which they were filled, resembled, arrows that only invited a beau to da full execution. After a few common-place remarks: "Madam," said the matter-of-fact Sheriff, "I have an attachment...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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