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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 22 January 1857

I v i . f - 4X J& AX to$Y r in X4 in , ill i - 1 1 - i r ,i a I: I jJ- j" ., . ' . ... .... : . . . . . " ' ' . . - ' . ' - - - ' J. Casker, Editor aad Proprietor. . Office-Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Terms s-One Dollar and Fifty Cents In Advance r ' ' . , , , - , " - - r-; VOL:1v MILLERSBITRG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1857. NO,22i Poetry. PATIENT AND FAITHFUL. ... Too have takes back the promise, Thnl too fmoke Bu lonp am: 'JJ Takes back the heart you gave I muni fTEO let it eo. ' Where Ixy once has breathed. Pride dieth; ' l nave straggled but la vara, - First to keep the links together,: Thea topiese the broken chai. 7 . , l$ut it might Dot be bo, freely, ; AH your friendship, I restore, - ' ' Aad the heart that I had takes - Afl my own forevermore. .;"& shade of blame shall ckmd Ton, t. Dread no more a claim from me; ISut I will aot hare too frocy " That I const myself as free. . I am botmd with the old promise: What caa break that g...

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 January 1857

J. CASREY , Editor. THURSDAY, : : : : : JANUARY 22, 1 857. jtSrUpwards of eighty thousand swine are said to have died within the past two weeks, within one hundred miles of Cin cinnati. ' ' JCSTThe new weekly Journal of the Har pers, ushered in with such a flourish, of trumpets as to excite the highest expecta tions it is generally conceded is a failure a sorry and ,moet decided . failure. . It bears upon its face no satisfactory indica tions of tact or ability. ;-' - (. - i m i " Coil versus Gold. It appears that the Coal extracted from the mines of Penn sylvania the last year, has been equal to the sum of forty millions of dollars, which is well up to the yield of the gold mines of California; and yet while we have heard little or nothing of Pennsylvania coaL all the world has been running crazy after Cal ifornia gold. Shrewd people, these Penn sylvania Dutch. STThe Message of Governor Matteson of Illinois, states that the total indebted- edness of the State on 4he 1st of Jan., wa...

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 January 1857

European News. Arrival of the City of Washington. NEW YORK, Jan. 17. The steamer Ericsson sailed to-day noon for Liverpool, with seven passengers -Uid' no specie. . ,.' The screw steamer City of Washington Lm arrived from Liverpool, the 31st ult W. ,. . n four (lavs later. The Arabia fcrr,VJ nnt the 28th Ult The news is highly important Intelli gence had quite unexpectedly been received fta China, that oa October 24th, the British fleet under Admiral Seymour com menced bombarding the cit- of Canton. The bombardment had continued two days, and it was reported that the city walls had been breached and the basque forts taken. Commerce was completely paralvzed, and in the British market a considerable advance on teas, equal to lld per lb The cause of the hostilities was the seizure of some British sailors. The difficulty between Prussia and Switzerland bad assumed no new phase, but the latest rumors favor a peaceable ne gotiation. The British Government has appointed a new Minister at W...

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 January 1857

IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUDRSDatj B Y J. CASKE Y. Washucto Steer, Thikb Doob South of Jiauax, MILLERSBURG, OHIO. TER$ OF, SUBSCRIPTION: Mail Subscribers in odranct.. Paid within the jenx.... ........ After the year expires Srt.50 2.00 2.50 '"TBS' LAW OF NEWSPAPERS.. 1. Sobscrlber. who do not gin eipr t th eontrarr.ar. eontored iriii to centum, tbelr Mb- pen, th. publisher w oantinue to send them until all TTTthnuCbe" neglert or refa to faVj thoir luMrn from the office to which tbejr are directed, they ESheld responsible till they wttle their bills, and enter the nareim dlMentinaed. - 4. If any subscribers remove to another plan without informing the pal .1 if her, and tbeir paper is sent to the former direction, they are held responsible. a. The Courts hare decided that refusing to take a Dewiuaterfrom toeeffice,er leiuoTinii and leaving is un called Mr, Is prima fade evidence of intentional triad. ' TERMS OF AD VERTISINO: wocBTxrs Lrxzs, oa uss, maxm jl sqcakx. One square, one week ----...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 29 January 1857

I 'J - J. Caskej, Editor and Proprietor, Office-Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. - Tprmsftn nnllar niuf Ffftr fonts' in. &xnt .. . ...;:':. ...,'. ....... .':;.; ; MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIQ, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1857. ; n : i in in 1 I 1 h 1 I B I B : 1 , Poetry. (Published by Request.) Death welcome to the Believer. "I WOULD NOT LIVE ALWAY."—Job. vii. 16. Lire altrar! No if 'twere the will of Hearen,' Moet gladly -would I leave the world to-night. Live alwmy! If o life baa no chamis for me, ' - lsd deatk bo terrors.' 'Who, that is assured Hi etna are pardoned, that his Bonl'a redeemed, Hi person juatified, his Heaven secure, Would wish to lire ia this waste wilderness, This Tale of team, this barren, blighted beathT This garden fruitful bat in poisonous weeds, ' This tainted and infections atmosphere,. This cheerless, bleak, inhospitable clime, This dreary dungeon of th' imprisoned soul? , Livealwajl No who would not die to leave This constant rocnd of ly...

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 January 1857

J. CASKEY, Editor. Benton's Abridgment of congressional Debates. printed volumes of Uie Congression al debutes now number more than one hun dred, and the much useful matter they con tain is buried under such a mass of redun dant and obsolete verbiage, that it can only be found after long and patient search. Still there is not a question now before the people, nor will there be while our Govern vinent lasts, which may not be illustrated by something to be found in these Debates. Hence the necessity of some master mind acquainted with these Debates, and with the important questions of the day, to over haul this crude mass, select the good from the bad, the important from the unimpor tant, aod condense into a reasonable space all that is really valuable, in these volumi nous works. Such a mind is Thomas IL Benton's; and such a work has he perfor med. He has collated into fifteen volumes all that is really useful, of the contents of these one hundred volumes. An Advertisement of this va...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 29 January 1857

European News. European News. Arrival of the Persia. NEW YORK, Jan. 24. Tt Kiaan Penis nnon.to-3nv. with Liverpool do to Jan. 10-Mhree days later than by the Atlantic. Thjk bmt. L hmorfiot, in aa much as it states that the Swiss difficulty ia virtually settled by the mterposition of France, sup ported by Engl- ; - The Emperor Napoleon undertakes that Prussia shall renounce all claim upon the 2feufchatel in consideration of the release of the prisoners, r ranee further under takes to prevent any aggression by Prussia against Switaeakndv Switzerland approves then terms, and the Federal Assembly is summoned to ratify them. " The Congress of Paris closed on the 6th inst., having signed a protocol which is ex pected to terminate all difficulties in the fulfilment of the treaty of peace. Russia cedes Belgrade and Tabac to Moldavia, and the town of Komrat on the right hank of ue nver uaooke, and a territory of of 300 square rents; the Isle of Serpents, decided as Deionging to the north 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. — 29 January 1857

L,' ' IS JTBLBHED IYTR THtBSDAT, 'i u.B,Y Jvi -C A S KE Y , ITiT-irT-r Srsaxr, Twin Dona Socm o Jseaaow, MILLERSBURG, OHIO. " TERMS OF -SUtiSCRlPflOtf: Mail SuwxiberLiit 3iee. ...... Paid within the year,... .. After the rear expires...'. . 8.00 ....... 2.50 w law OF XZWSPAPERS. ".. ' 1 anWnbn wha An net rive express notice to the eontrerr, an eonaiden-d as wishing to con time their mb crigittons. ! ' - : '--- ' ' '' 1- If sutwlstss rH " " "--f ners,be smblieher c eosiuw tosawa onmuiu .mtnuM ara Mid. j. if the subscribers Dfrlfrt or ntawf to take their seers tress the oOe to which they are directed, they raMd responsible till tier settle Leetr bills, ud enter tn,e naoers iiseoetinaed,- t- ' 4. If en subscribers remove to another place without reforming the publisher, and their paper is lent to the to near direction, ther nee hola Taeuoaiible. . - t. The Coarta have decide that remain. a take a newspaper from the office, or removing and leaving it nn eauea iort is naw jma enoenee I i...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 5 February 1857

fteyj Bditer and Proprietor. ft Iffr--.t n-r- 4 ,- MELLEBSBTJRG, HOLMES ' OfficeWashingtoH Street, Third Door South of COUNTY OHIO, THURSDAY; FEBRUARY Jackson. 5, 1857. Terms -0ae Dollar an4 Fiftf frk i JJree. - n i.r- '.:o NO. 2. Poetry. From the Wooster Republican. From the Wooster Republican. A PRINTER TO HIS MISTRESS. BY JOHN H. OBERLY. Vj '1-f!.Vi'i : : '" The pressman Sua 's worked off the day, t Ob earth the shrouded light doth lay, rjtad caught lb silence marv. r jAa Night, the grand old printer, .'..--. : '. fills thaae of keaT'k with stais. . . ' t")fTeriag all myself to thee, " . 1 In willing thrall I bow the knee .'. ,V "U; And printer lite adore, ,"' , " To ihy charms the Tariest alav " .. That e'er a galley bore. I lot to look opoa thy fcee, tu Where beauty reigns with modest grace, ' ' So purely good and fiur, '''.. . ' -The title-page of a good book " - p God ' placed hifl imprint there. ' ' , . tr.y ; s . ' - " -" ' 1 : - L Thon art a poem neatly bound, vP -.j - Whe...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 5 February 1857

JT. CASKEY, Editor. THURSDAY,::::FEBRUARY S, 1857. Gov. Clark of New York signalized the last days of his term by tie pardon of aome of the vilest wretches m the State Prison. ... - - f .fTae salaries of the Stata officers of Indiana, are very beggarly, but perhaps as inch as the present officials merit. . The 'Governor gets (1,500, the Supreme Judge $1,200, and the Circuit Judge f 1000. - - - - 19 The Republican triumph in Eli nois is of more importance than is general ly supposed:" - The full list of Republican State officers just , elected, from Governor down, are to bold office for four years, or until January 1,1861. j . arCoLBwreo proudly disdains to lec ture for money, but at the same time care fuQy intimates that a gift of two hundred dollars for each lecture, merely by way of expenses, will be agreeable and satisfactory. Wonderful modest man. .:..' ' ..- . Dkscssdakts or Cbomwxll. A wri ter in the Ohio Statesman says that the di rect descendants of Oliver Cromwell, of Engli...

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 February 1857

Clippings. 'Jots lC SfordTfo fiftj ri P? table citizen of Florence, O- po. aa to Auburn Prison far 10 jean, . t t mails which Ped through the Poet Office, he , being Poatrnaster. Mr. S ws 60 ye oi age. ; The colleetioii or pear trees in the Jar- j: dm PiMii f , now recjcocs aw pieties of table fruit. Thia collection was commenced by the Chartenz, whose con Tent near the Luxembourg, was destroyed at the time of the Revolution. The col lection was then carried to the Jardin des Phfltea, - but only at the time contained one honored and tiny varieties. - - Mr. Crawtobd, the distinguished Amer ican sculptor, is (offering from a tumor formed over his ere.. An operation prom ised relief bnt from advices received from. Borne' it seems the tumor a malignant cancer, and Air. ubawfokd is now m a critical situation. : ' The water chamber in a range belonging to tha kitchen of the jaQ in Springfield, ltas&, exploded few days since, tearing the ranee to ' atoms, and shaking? the whole house b...

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 February 1857

Speech of J. R. Giddings. Speech of J. R. Giddings. (Conclude from First Page.) to etrickett tiffl dojrn ipon the threshlod vi my uwn I do not speak of tjiese things to giv the President ttnhsTminesB. I mention them to show tbapeopk of our Fre States the riffb.Utwb.ich I hold t he-clew and sacred loader the CoBstilatiqnl ' Xhwe is neither institution nor. la '.thai forbids .them to speak their opinions m regard to Slarerr. : Aa already- slated, ,th f mas- w holds the txw- -of life and death orer lh eUv4 ; he not only robs the slave fcflu's" earnings, his intelligence his Tuan ioodLbet murders hinrif he refuses to flop ped - tyranny revolting to every sense of jusuce, v every uicuna 01 uansuaniry a lynmuy more trnmingntea loan any oes Jpotism of the Old World.'" - V f f" Mr. BENNETT, of MiasissipL I want tie member from Ohio to draw- the distinction between tltfl slave holder bringing his slave into mbjeetioaby the huh, and the North tea' Then "bringing their poor" people into subjec...

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 February 1857

4 J V; ;.c- 1Hfi hi nr. J. Caskey, Editor and Preprfeior. . V ; " V:.;' Offiee-Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Terms Mne Dollar and Filly Celts fa Advance. VOL. 1. ; MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, TIlUItSDAY, FEBRUARY ! 12, la., : Nagl Poetry. A LAY OF OLDEN TIMES. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. One nwnung of thefiret ead'Fall, Peer Adam and hi bride . 4 t Sat ia the shade of Edeit wall " " But on the outer aide. Era, bloshiag ia "her fig-leaf suit' " For the chaste garb of old; ' ' '., Se, sighing o'er bis bitter fruit ' For Eden's dupes of gold. - Behind them, smiling ia the nxrt ' Their fcriEit garden lay; Before them, wild with rock Bad thorn. The desert stretched away. ''..- ; They beard the air above them fanned, . A light step on the sward, ; Abd lol they saw before them stand - The angel of the Lordl . , ,Ariae!"'he said, "why look behind 'Whea hope is all before, ' And patient mind and willing hand .Your loss may yet restore? X leave with yon a spell whose power .-...

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 February 1857

J. CASHEY, Editor. THURSDAY,::: FEBRUARY 12, 1857, 5TThe Sheriff of Ashtabula county, O, reoently broke up a nest of counterfeit em in that county, many of whom he suc ceeded in arresting. fgrOrn exchanges bring us sad news from all quarters, of immense loss of prop erty by flood, occasioned by the sudden thaw, last week. - . ......- 3T The bogus Legislature of Kansas, which ib now in session, refused to have Gov. Geabt's Message read, because he recommended the repeal of some of the odious laws previously passed. "The Locos in the Ohio Legislature supported the bill to raise the salaries of . Judges, expecting if it passed to make a little capital out of it against the Republi cans, in the coming campaign. In this they were beautifully disappointed by the Republicans voting against the bilL -"The Democracy of this county will Tote but they won't read," exclaimed a good and true Democrat of this town, on finish ing reading "Poor Newton's last Will and iestamentary. The remark contai...

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 February 1857

Congressional. WASHINGTON, Feb. 7. . Senate. Mr. Weller, from the commit tee on military affairs, reported back, with amendmanla, the House bill for increased pay for amy officer will ask its consider ation early next week ' ' ? . Bigler ' presented nineteen memorials from merchants and others of Philadelphia praying for the adoption of measures for increasing trade between the U. b. and Af- - Mr. Seward presented three others from , the same city on the same subject. Refer red to comrnittee on commerce. ' jfr. Toombs presented a memorial from Gen. Shields and others, citizens of Minne sota, setting forth that, although that Ter ritory contains about 200,000 indabitants yet it has hitherto received no grant of lands in conformity with the government policy to grant lands to New States upon certain conditions, for railroad purposes. They further set forth that three years ago Congress made grant to. Minnesota for railroadi but in consequence of the unwar ranted interference of person...

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 February 1857

Poetry, "LIEF ON THE OCRAN-WAVE." A life on the Ocean-Wavel" " : - ' The man -who wrote it U green; He never baa been to sea. . And a storm he Barer has seen.. He new has seen a ware As it dashed o'er the Teasel's deck; , ' He never has seen a fire at sea, Or-beea floating upon a wreck. He never has been aroused . v From his morning gentle doze, -: By the sound of splashing water, , .: '.As it falls from the horrid hose. ;. He sever has heard a man ; . -j. ' -Scrubbing right over his head, - -' . With a noiBe sufficient to rouse From the grave the dumberrag dead. ". j He never has seen a fat woman -, - -. t 1 XJrewIug thinner day by day; s" '" " And leaning over the vessel's side. Throwing herself away, While the people loolc carelessly on. Though in tears the woman may be, Aad unfeelingly aay it is nothing at alL. Coat the roll of the seal - ; j- f . '. ' And oh! he has never been sea-sick, "And crept into bed in his coat, -While every motion increased his theoes, And his rzzuxos w...

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 February 1857

M it it ut J to in in in - in in in in in J.Caskej, Editor and Proprietor. Office Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Terms :-0ne Dollar, and Fifty Cents in Advance. VOL. 1. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1857. NO. 26. fit ; Poetry. From the Ohio State Journal. SADNESS. BY MISS ALICE DIXON. ' Why, my heart, this clond of sadness, , Vfh this darkening of my light, - I not earth all joy and gladae) ' t Will ye make the sunshine night . Happy turma arc round me flitting, : ' - Tones of love and mirth are heard, Tet I cannot, sannot join, them, Cannot utter one glad word. - , i , Twilight shades are round me stealing, . ; . . Sadness will unbidden rise. Half enshrouding, half revealing, . All the brightness of my skies. .... Tet I love these hours of dreaming, ... .. . To my weary spirit given ; light, in one bright ray is beaming, . Sadness is allied to heaven. - , And amidst the world's broad battle, '' In conflicting scenes of life, ' " I can wan...

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 February 1857

J. CASKEY, Editor. THURSDAY,::: FEBRUARY 19, 1857. y During the extreme cold weather, almost every water pipe in Pittsburg was frozen. XThe Lancaster Bank Las made an assignment to Horace Rathvon. Persons holding notes had better forward them. g&- The Tribune says Mr. Sumner's health is not sufficiently recovered to justi fy his return to Washington, and there is doubt as to whether he will be able to do so between now and the 4th of March.' "A Newark paper says it was ru mored that Passmore Williamson, the cele brated philanthropist, was thrown from his sleigh at Elmira, and killed, two or three days since. . . : 2TWe had a ticket in "The Cosmop olitan Art Association" and drew a prize worth 00,000. The prizes are blanks, and the Association a cheat, a humbug. "Mere as likely," we are done with the institution. It is stated that Mr. Keitt the in timate friend of the late Preston S. Brooks, and participator in the Sumner assault, is confined to his bed with the identical dis eas...

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. — 19 February 1857

Report of Investigating Committees. Report of Investigating Committees. ASTOUNDING FRAUD DISCOVERED. Report of Investigating Committees. ASTOUNDING FRAUD DISCOVERED. CORRUPTION IN HIGH PLACES. State House, Penitentiary and Lunatic Asylum Frauds! We have received from special bus correspondent, the following abstract of the Report made to the Legislature by Committees appointed last winter to in vestigate the charges of frauds in the btate 'House and Lunatic Asylums and Peniten tiary contracts.- The developments here so specifically stated will be read by honest men of all parties with indignation and dismay, : OHIO PENITENTIARY. The books show a defalcation of $5, 188 8 3 about 2,000 of which is charged to 6. S McEwen, the former Clerk of the Ohio Penitentiary, and now In the Franklin County Courts. The above items of fraud are treated as such in the Report. The Committee have ' abundant and conclusive testimony to the fact. 2K A. Britt Copper Roof Fraud 92,712 85. Copper roof wag p...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 19 February 1857

Poetry, WINTER EVENING SERENADE. TRANSLATED FROM THE GERMAN. 'J Blim, blim, klang, kling, ' Lady, listen while I siagi Bee me lurk with my guitar, I i Underneath thy window here; , t . .. . '"When none wander out bat lovers. And the graveyard shapes of fear. Peaceful thy familiar bower. But love ne'er has a quiet hour. ; . ; Bljin.'blini, klang, kling, ' Lave, ah, what a curious thingl ; . , Through the icy streets the wind M i Wrangles, and the white enow spurns; ,. And, ah, 'scarce I comprehend it, " '"" CI' ChiU the hand, the bosom burns! ' Warm the fingers, inner glowj " ' fcool the lover-minstrel, snow! ., Blim, blim, klang, kling, Lover fih, what a curious thingl . - When alone, within my heart ;" : Words of love forever rise; 1 . But in empty air they vanish 'Neath thy sweet, confusing eyes! - Bashful near, though bold away, .... What thou thinkest. Love, that say ' " Blim, blim, klang, kling. Love, ah, what a curious thing! - .. But my heart grows glad and full ; : . , , Whi...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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