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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 20 September 1860

Mil if f 6 ' ( ... . ,-4 ,1,.,. is rs ? r.- ; ' , i; J : J. CASKEY, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door Sooth of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Flftj Cents in idrance. vol: 5. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1860. NO. 5. IKS III .a" Business Tards. rnwnSTnxAC'M iSfifi J rnx tatue, Akron, O. Akron, O. i E STEINBACHER & CO., Produce & Commission Dealers ia Flnr, Ga 1 J M Sail Feu, Witt ml Waler ,, ,v. , ' . lime, k, k, if, ' FOECHASEESOF 'Wheat, Rye, Corn, Oats, Seeds, Dried Fruits, Butter, Eggs, Wool, d-c. M. M. 8PEICLE, Agent, Mar SI Ig604PkIILlLERSBUKG' - ;;7rf BAEER & "WHOLFj Pcrwarding and Commission U R C 111 .VTSj . 1 . . AJTP DEAL ESS I SALT FISH, PLASTER, WHITE " f jlJVi) WATER LIME. poschasebs or FLOUR, WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS i CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED, "" AlSO. Butter, Eggs, Lard, Tallow and all kinds of Dried J mils. WAREHOUSE, MILLERSBURG, O. Sept. 18, 1856 4tt tiXTtM J. COXSTOCK. MKXIiT XKlTBEftBT COMSTOCK &...

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. — 20 September 1860

J. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY,::::::::: SEPT.120, 1860. FOE PRESIDENT. ABRAHAM LINCOLN or hxiwois. FOR yiCEPRESIDE5T, HANNIBAL HAMLIN OF SUPEEME JUDGE. JACOB BRINKEBHOFF, OF RICHLAND. ATTORNEY GENERAL, JAMES MURRAY, or wood. U EMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS LEVI SARGENT, OF TUSCARAWAS. worn immmu blbctobb fob ras hats at lamb, FREDERICK HASSAURECK, of Hamilton, JOSEPH M. ROOT, of Erie. COniBBSaiOKAL DISTBICTS. 1st Districts. B.EggUaon. 2d " WiUUm M. Dickson. M " Frank HeWhinney. 4th John Riley Knox. ' th D. H. Murphy. 7th " Kelson Rath. 9th John F. Hinkle. 10th " H. 8. Bandy. 11th " Daniel B. 8tewart. 14th " WilUrd Sloenm. 15th " Joseph Anketrr. lth " Edward Ball. 17th " John A- DaTwnport. lth " 8umelB.Filbrik. BIG POLE THERE IS TO BE A Republican Rally! AT MILLERSB UR 0, On Saturday, September 22. THE MILLERSBURG WIDE-AWAKES Intend raising a BIG POLE on the occa sion. They expect, and invite their brother Wide-Awakes of Holmea and adjoining counties to meet with them and have...

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. — 20 September 1860

He's Dodged Before. R.n..cVv nmxter. speaking Mr. Douglas' refusal to answer the que tioa propounded to him at Augusta, Me, gives the following incident, very similar in its :haracter, which shows that dodg ing: is an old failing of bis. This circumstance calls ns to mind one that occured at Wooster, in 1859, when Douglas recited bis Harper article, with an addition about "Jerry Black." An old, while headed gentlemen, who bad been honored with a seat on the stand, with the hope that he might be converted from the error of his ways, took the liberty to ask Mr. Douglas whether in bis opinion Sla- i v ir Tery was a moral evil, in response mr. Douglas was proceeding to remark tbst it was the business of the people of Kentucky, to have Slavery or not, as they choose, etc Tn tliio irin nld irentlemen savs: "Yon m not unswen'nir m v Question, Mr. Dou glas. I know all about that. But what is your opinion, is Slavery a moral and political evil t To this plain, simple aDd direct question, des...

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. — 20 September 1860

Parson Brownlow Fixes the Time. f . An Arkansas correspondent, who prob ably wanted to "waken up" Rev. Mr. Bron low, of the Knoxville (Tennessee) Whig, wrote to the latter that he had learned with pleasure upon what "he considered re liable authority," that Mr. Bronlow was about to join the democrats, and asked for probable dale of that interesting occur rence. Mr. Brownlow gave the date, or at least data for the dale as follows : "Knox ville, August C, 1860 Mr. Jordan Clark: I have your letter of the 30th nit., and hasten to let you know the precise lime when I expect to come out and formally an nounce that I have joined the democratic party. When the sun shines at midnight, and the moon at midday when man for gets to be selfish, or democrats lose their inclinations to steal when nature stops her onward march to rest, or all the water courses in America flow up stream when flowers loose their odor and trees shed no leaves when birds talk, and beasts of burden laugh when damned spir...

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. — 4 October 1860

l4 5) 1 V - r 1. CISREY, Editor ui Prepriettr. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fiftj Cents ii Adrtsce. VOL.5. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, TIIURSDxvY, OCTOBER 4, 1860. NO. 7. ii ii in Business Cards. rain k sTsi-rAt sit QC( f statics. Akron, O. $ Jvv . Atrea, u. E. STEINBACHER & CO., Produce Commission r JtfJE It C II&JTTS, . Dealers ia Fkr, finis, lill Stafi; Salt Fkk, WU Water Lime, Wheal,' Bye, Corn, Oats, Seeds, Dried V .Frittf, .Suiter, Woof, cte. , M.M.SPEIGIiE, Agent, - MILLERSBURG.O. - HeySl,lS60 1 BASES & WHOLF, Forwarding and Commission Jin nc ua.vrs, ' ATI DEAL ESS nt SALT FISH, PLASTER, WHITS AND WATEtS. LIME. FOBCBASKBS OF FLOUR, WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED, ATJUl. Hatter, Egg, Lard, Tallow and all kind tl, ''i f Dried J rutts. : ' -WAREHOUSE, MILLERSBURG.O. Sept. 18. 1856 4tX, J.G.BIGHAM.M.D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. TESHECTFDXLY announces hi readiness to give tl.nmfflBt Attention to all pr...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 4 October 1860

flic . gcmililitan. J. CASKEY, - E4Ur. THURSDAY, :::::::::::: OCT. 4,1860. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. - - FOR PRESIDENT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN OFII.I.WOIS. T .O FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN- OF MAINE. roc rmnaxTtu. nrrroM roc the stati at lakcs, FREDERICK HASSAURKCK, of Hamilton, JOSEPH M. ROOT, of Erie. ; - i cossKuaoxAL oia-nocr. i . lit Duirfetfc B. Eggleson. 2d " William II. Dickson. Si , 4th . . Sth M th . ; I 7th.. ' 8th ' loth ' 11th 12th '. 13th ' 14th -1Mb. . Mth ' . 17th : ' 18th Mth ! . lth . .'; Slst Frank McWhinneT. Jobs Biley Km. D. H. Hornby. John M.Kellum. - , Nelson Rush. Abraham Thompson. John F. HmUc H. S. Bandy. Daniel B. Stewart. Richard ?.L.Baber. John Beetty. Willard Sltenm. . Joseph Ankenjr. Edward Bull. : John A Davenport.. William K. Upbam. Bamuel B. Filbriek. : George W.Brooke. Xonnan K. Mackenaie. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. SUPREME JUDGE, JACOB BRINKERITOFF, r . OF RICHLAND. ATTORNEY GENERAL, JAMES MURRAY, ;'"' OF WOOD. MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS , ,...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 4 October 1860

The Drouth and Distress in Kansas. " Tho benoroleot Tbaddens Hjatt lms been on tour through Kansas to learn for himself the present situation of that inter esting part of our country- He has writ ten for the press long fetter descriptive of the horror mere leu ana dreaded, ow inir to the unprecedented drouth of the past season.' He states .that tbe desola tion of Kansas caxrool ba told; die half is not jet known. The people have no wheat to eat, none to sow, and no money to buv it win. ,. Kansas Ras no seed oorn for the coming spring, and in aC her borders bas not old and new corn enough to sustain her present population beyond the month ifOI&rch next. ' The crops generally this year are a dead failure." Potatoes and other vegetables as well as prairie grass bare been cut of in many sections, and they whe in Kansas Lave bread for them selves bare none for their neighbors. . . r The people of Kansas have been pio neers in sewing me wiwerness ana estan- r Ikbinsr free institutions...

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. — 4 October 1860

PREMIUM LIST PREMIUM LIST —OF THE— Holmes County Agricultural Society Holmes County Agricultural Society —TO BY— Held at Holmesville, Oct. 10 and 11, '80. The following ii a list of Premiums for the tenth annual Fair of the Holme Cocnty agricultural so ciety, to be held at Hobnesrille, on Wednesday and Thursday, October 10 and 11, 18S0. CLASS A.—BLOOD HORSES. Stallion 4 years old orer Beat do 3 do 2,00 Bert do 3 do 1,00 Beat do 1 do !. Beat Maw and Colt do brood Mare I.00 CLASS B. BEST FARM AND DRAFT HORSES. Beat Stallion t yean old and orer $4,00 2d do do do 2,00 Best do 8 do 2,00 2d do do do ' ' 1,00 Beat do 2 do 1,00 Sd do do do - 50c Beat do 1 do 1,00 2d do do do Mc Best Kara and Colt 2,00 2d do . , 1,00 Best Gelding 4 yean old and orer 2,00 2d do do do 1,00 Best Kara do do 2,00 2d do do do. .,; 1,00 Beat pair draft bones 4 years old and over 4,00 2d do do . , 2,00 Best pair of Mares do . 4,00 2d - do - do - -': 2,00 CLASS C—ROADSTERS. Best pair of matched Geldings or Mares $4,0...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 11 October 1860

- ' ' " i - . ' ' OFFICE Washington Street, third Door South of Jackson. TERMS -One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Idrance. J. C1SKEY, Efit.r d Proprietor. MIIXERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1860. "s" ; no. s: VOL.5. Business Cards. i860 mt tuiut, - Akron, O. L STEINBACHER & CO., JJro&urc Commission Fkw, Craii, U SUC felt risk, fife ad Wafer In fc, fc, fc, PTJTtCHSKBS OF JFAeat, Rye, Corn, ' Oats, Seeds, Dried Fruits, Butter, Egg, Wool, Ac. ; H.M.8PEIGLE,AEent, MILLEBSBUKG, O. . Mava.lSsa-tf BAKER & WHOLF, Forwarding and Commission . , . - AX PUUU ia , " , . SALT FISH, PLASTER, WHITE AND WATER LIME. ruscHAsna or FLOUR, WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED, 'also, nUer, Eggs, Lard, Tallow uni all kinds of Dried Fruits. . ' , ; WAREHOUSE, HILLBSBURG, O. ' Sept. 18. 1856 4tt --y.. ,, . , J.G.EIGHAM,M.D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. RESRECTFULLY umom ki. readiMH to give prowpt attmtioB to all prfeHiool cmlte. 11 to aenrntted to nfar to tb. Medieal Faral...

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. — 11 October 1860

J. CASKET, - Edlter. THURSDAY, : : : : :: : .OCT. 11,1 860. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. JOB PRESIDENT,:' " : ADRAIIAJI LINCOLN . . w'r OF ILLINOIS. - 'TOEVIClEPiESIDET. ' r. -: HANNIBAL HAMLIN m wiiiniim rjjcroaa ma m stati at lams, FREDERICK HASSAtJRECK, of Hamiltoa, JOSJtt'ii JK. KWI, of line. , . . coseusuoaxL Miim lat Districts. B.Eggleson. M - . William M.Dickao. ' Id " Frank McWblnner. 4th - ' Jobs Biley Kan. . th a D. H-ktarpby. th , - Jobs at.KeUeas. Tth Xibn Ink, th . " , Abraham Thompson, ttfc ' John r. H inkle, letk " - H.8.Bnndr. 11th ' , " , DuM B. Stewart. 12th ' Richard P. L. Baber. Uth : ? JohaBartty. 14th WUlard Sloeam. Mth ' -' Joseph Ankenr. Mth. . Edward Ball. . 17th . John A. Darenport. Uth " ' "William K. Upiuaav 1Mb " Samuel B. Filbrkk. SOth George W. Brooke. Sat . Konnaa K. Mackenzie. ELECTION NEWS! A response from Ohio, Pennsylva nia and Indiana to Maine And Vermont OHIO ItEPUBIiICmlJY BY 20 TO 30,000! PJEJWYS YJL W1JYI.1 DO BY 15 TO 20,000! ijrniti.v.i ditt...

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. — 11 October 1860

The Race on Fashion Course. NICHOLAS AGAIN VICTORIOUS. The race for a purM 700, which wu to have been ran ,6nTly last bat was postponed on aceooSt of the inclement weatber of the pre(wllii) jr-tright, came off yesterday on JPaihioiiCoaf, according to announcement Therej were originally four entries, but,Trag s JNeCJc ana Muddy Coon having beea jrilbdiaBa, the latitat because of the postponeneat, od the former, we believe, because of the objections of the owners of the -other ihome, only If icholae . 3- i r , 1 j . . j . ' change of day is generally attended with kek of peblte interest and a consequent diminution of receipts at the gale a rnfe to wLieb this occasion formed no exception. There could not, we think, have been more than 200 persons on the Course yesterday, hut thoM who were so fortunate as to be" present, had an opportunity of seeing one of the prettiest races of the season. The track was in fine condition, and the atmosphere, eooled 'by preceding and im pending storms, ...

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. — 11 October 1860

Political Definitions. NON-INTERVENTION. Let SIsTery into the Temtorws, and de ny, directly or indirectly, the people all power to get it out.' . . NON-INTERVENTION. "POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY." . Tie the people's bands by Dred Scott deciskms," and then tell them to do as they please aboat their domestic institu tions. " .. PURE DOUGLAS DEMOCRACY. A conglomeration of Know-Nothingism, Disunionism and pretended "popular sover eignty." . Love of foreigners and hatred of foreigners, lore for the Union and ' ha tred for the Union, "leaving the people per fectly free," and robbing them of all pow er, to fcrm their domestic institutions. DOUGLAS TACTICS, r j Anything for a vote, lore, hate, pity, fear, falsehood, barter or cash. Ererthing to all men and nothing to anybody as ex igencies may demand. THE DOUGLAS CREED. digger, nigger, cotton, cotton, slavery, slavery, all tbe time, but mixed witn cheat ing gammon in the North to- conceal the inevitable darkey. . , . . -s DOUGLAS PATRIOTISM! Perfec...

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. — 18 October 1860

4 I I I V I -al J. CISaEY, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty tents in Adranee. VOL.5. MELUERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1860. NO. 9. lira v V II Business Cards. t t iBflfi J aTX ATATMa, J IWVV ( . - ADM, V, E. STEIXEACHEfU CO., proburc & Commission jaEit cu.vrs, Dealer ia NaT, fina, Ilftsi; bit Tel, fftie a. Wair i'it fins, fe, it, , . Wheat, Rye, Cor, Oats, Seeds, Dried - ' Fruits, Butter, Eggs, Wool, etc it. M. SPEIGJLE, Agent, .,iswLLERSBURG- Q' r BAKER & WHOLT, Forwarding and Ccsnsixicn jaJEJt c.nA jy tjs , inKiimu SALT FISH, PLASTER, WHITE . -r rnimuaaas of ... . , - : FLOUR, WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS-' . CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED, t r r r T r " t ALSO. ' " 1 '! T JSirfter1, Eggs, Lard, Tallow and oil kinds lii'.'.i: j. of Dried fruits. ' i 'i; 1 WAREHOUSE. MILLEESBURQ, O. Sept. 18.1856 4t - ; - - . 4 c J.G.BIGHAM,HD. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. T IS HE CT FULLY uihhm bia readiDeea to (...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 18 October 1860

J. CASKEYj - - . - Edit. THURSDAY1:::::::::::OCT. 17, 1860. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. - - . - FOR PRESIDENT, . ABRAIIAII LLCOL ; ' or Illinois. HANNIBAL HAjVILIN OF MA IKE. os niiiuiiiiiiiJrToii roa thi (tats at laws, FREDERICK HASSACRECK, of Hamilton. wtiBtrn At. huut, 01 .trie. COJfGRISaiOlAL DIREICTS. lit Districta. B.Eggleeen. William M. Dickeoa. . M ' tk th txh Tta th Vth loth 11th . 12th 12th ' 14th 16th leth ltth 18th leth - SOth -aiet Frank MeWhinner. Jobs Riley Knox." D. H.hturpur. John M. KeUosn. Helm Bash. Abraham Tnonrpaoa. Jobs F. Hinkla. R. S. Bandy. Daniel B. Stewart. Rlehar4?.L.Baber. John Boettr. Willard Slocum. Joseph Ankenj. Edward BalL John A. Davenport. ' WUliaai K. Cphaav Samuel B. Filbriek. George W. Brook. ' Xonnaa K. Hackenxie. Ribclt nr Houin Cocjrrr. The result in .Holmes county was aot altogether nnlooked for by cm. We knew of a largely increased vote against us by naturaliration, tie emigration out of the county was against ns, as was also the loss by ...

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. — 18 October 1860

A Loud Word to Douglas Men. ttonelas men even fcf dders, cn- Bot but bear tbe loud talk of Forney in the PbiladelDbia Pie' f ficU 10th. Tbe Press st: - " . , Tbe retnmiof TesUrd.' election indi cate tbe election of Col. "Andrew George Cnrtio, as Governor o( PeBasrlvania by n unprecedented majority. ur. Fosters silence taa asiid Jum, it would seem with bo section af the- Doaecrattc party Tbe vote lias been nusttally large, and tbe defeat .singularly significant. The returns speak; ja bolder find stronger Saxon lhaa e&nVrit.'x ;' ' r .1 Tbere can now happily be no more balk tog 'off 'the" great, question involved in the rresioenuaJ sLrwtrcle. Ibe reasons in ta- TOf of accmbinalion against Abraham Lin coin, however t Ley may have operated pri or to the aecUoa deckled yesterday, and however" they may operate in, advance of that which is to be decided on tbe first Tuesday of November coming,' cannot Is effective when men come to choose between candidate, each ej wnom represents princ...

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. — 18 October 1860

The Great Storm at the South. Tbe wind, and waUn have dona an no- Moal amount of damage along Um Golf ooast Uua uu. Bats abort time ago great lota of property was sustained from a rio lent atorm at Mobile and other points, and on the 1st and 2d of October a great storm of wind and rain prevailed on the Gulf and lower Mississippi, resulting in immense Ion to tie sagar and other crops, to houses, plantations, raifaf steamers, and flst Doata, and in loss of life. Several build ings were blown down in New Oorleans, and two persons were buried in the ruins of of Mr. McPherson's store Otte Krahl a clerk, and the colored porter. The old and new canals were overflowed, many poor fsmfles, were rendered homeless, and the scene the Crescent sja, was not unlike that of the great crevasse in 1849. : The storm in the country was very se vere. , A large number of extensive sugar houses and purgeriea were blown down, the number being . over 30. The storm was felt iojuriousily through several par is...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 25 October 1860

.sni 'in t3M1TiM n?J1 'ifTiiiiU ' " ' 22 fit! J tt it UacrJ ijH f flU?t ' - J. CASKET, Editor u4 Proprietor. OFFKE Washington Street, Tir Door South of Jackson. . TERMS One Dollar and Fiflj Cents in Idranee (,' , t. r - ' -;, i, " i v i ', ' 1 ' s; " : ' MILLERSBUKG, HOLMES COUNTY,' OHIO, THURSDAY, O CTOBER . 25, 1 860.; 1 ! I --.Mr 1 III! I VI It I .III llll III I.IL Il I I - . II I I - 1 YYI. II I l Illlkl - llfWa .III 111-- S-rZr I 111 il 111 f r s ; r I - lal-aa-r-t il: vz-jpv II., I . - f I' Business Cards. mintmnEuan,! IXMll i ,CD- T, Akroa,0. 3 ' I j Akroa, O. ;. ; L STEINBACHER & CO., procure & : Commission .HE II cn&JTTS. ft.. , f I . ? , Derietsta.. ' Dm.' rai M Sit bit TA 'te'uJ Water list Icl ie. ic jFAeat, Bye, Corn, Oatt, Seeds Dried f Fruit, , Butter, Eggs, Wool,d:c ;; M." Mi SPEIOIiEAgenl,1 .-BASES & WHOLF, .Forwarding: and Cooisission JIM JE It ClUJt JfTSf SALT FISH, PLASTER, WHITE , AJMV WATJS.O. L.IMJS. rntcHAsna of .FLOUR, WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS :...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 25 October 1860

t gieptblrtait J. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY,::::::::::CT. 25, 1860. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. TOR PEESIDEXT. ADBAIJiM LIMMN OF ILLINOIS. ' ! FOR VICEPRESIDENT, HANNIBAL HAMLIN OF MAISB. , ' " Mb miimnui macron torn Ms wtxtu at Laaot, FREDERICK HA8SAURECK, of Hamiltea, JOSEPH M. ROOT, of Erie. Wt r-istrlcts.- Sd " . Sd 4th . nth. ..-. ta ..' : Tth u . tth ....- M . " 10th 11th - 12th " 13ch 1 ' th ; . : 16th lOth ' nth 18th - ' 10th .. . 90th 2 it -B.EgghmoB. William M. Dickson. Freak MeWhmney.. John Riley Knox. D. H. Marshy. MilLbUga. . Xeiaoa Rub. Abraham Thosnpsea. Joha F. Hiakle. H. 8. Bandy. Daniel B. Stewart. .. Richard ?.L. Baser. Joha Berrty. Willard Sloeam. Joseph Aakeny. Edward Ball. Joha A. DeTeneort. William K. TJphanv. 8amaelB.FilBriek. George W. Brooke. Norman K. Mactomrfe. ' Remember the Printer. . Tfe wish those of onr subscribers in arrears to as fur rae or more years, to make their ar rangements to settle with the Printer when the come to pay their Taxes. W...

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. — 25 October 1860

Adjacent County News. Huso Couhtt rb Norfolk Reflector of October 16th, We Jean, that a quarrel occurred .swe ns of Em erald We, in thi place; ov Sands.- last, io which one of ibm wa subbed seriously though not AtBgeraosly I ,We kara that three wouade Were fcflicteaA porter at ke 18th earst The first frost of the season on the Lake Shore fn visible Tuesday monuog. The grouni was white enongo mougi vegtable tops were scarce "Ij harmed: 7 L ' . Port AG CoTbttUrennt Democrat of tbelTth says" While the occupants of - tiM premises were absent at we Uarrele Yilra Fair, on Friday, the houses of -Amos . Hawley aad Asabei Hawier, were broke. .open by robbors...' From the premises of Amos Hawley 1200 in money was stolen. . Eatables was (be subject of plunder. On the same day two houses were broken open on the road betweo) GcrreUsvUie an Man tua station. Jas. Kelley, of Campbells port, a blacksmith, choked to death at bis b supper table oa Sunday night last A post mortem examination proved tha...

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. — 25 October 1860

Johnson on Rail-Splitters—More Hatred of Laboring Men. r S. "V. Johneon, the Doagiaa -candidate ior r tco rresiueni, a ipeecta at Terra Haute, Ind, on the 8ih of Oct. The Dai ly Jixpreu of that city, reports the follow ing language as haying been usod by him "Mr. Lincoln is said to ha & rrncA TL. Splitter I have twenty Negroes at home ho are good Rail Splitters. ANY ONE OF WHOM, 1 WOULD BATHER SEE ELECTED TO THE PRESIDENCY OF THE UNITED STATES. THAN ABRAHAM LINCOLN. : -3- ' We think that Mr. Lincoln's most bitter opponents will admit that he is equal, at least, in point of ability and character," to - the average of Rail-Splitters of the West. Fven Mr. Johnson does not question that. men it follows, of coarse, that Mr. John sob considers "any one" of his "twenty ' Negroes" as better qualified for the Pres idency than white Rail-Splitters. What say you laboring men, to this kind , Democrats ! Are you ready to place In , the second office of tha government a man who thus elevates ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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