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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 21 February 1861

i J : i 4 .u I II I I I III J. C1SSET, Editor and Proprietor. OFTICE Washington Street, Third Door Sooth of Jackson. TERMS -One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advanet - ... , t ' . j-. , , - . - j..-; -ju -- b - . , . - .. . .- : t 1 -- , i - . VOL.5. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1861. NO. 27. CALENDAR—1861. pi r Eii I3 Is m Jab. -ill -1 ! ML "MI Si 1; 2 8 o'lo' 4 6 2 8 4 S t 1 f 11 1 S'lO 11 1213 131 IB'17 23i24 aojsi lull i-'2l!22; 26; 11.22-23 S4 26 WW, ACO. 3 41 9 6 7 18114! 4 61 6 10)11 12 ll!l2 IS 14 16H 17 lTiWijm iisjl9;2n!2122;23l24 -26 2 27 2S'29;30 31 Mild 4 Sit. 1 i s 4 111121 15 im a am. n 12 1 18 114 1 lMlll20i21;22 15'l:i7'18 IS 20121 M Tl-WJi JO hf'23:2H25 26 17 28 I I )263o ', Aran,. 1 V Si 4 SI S'OcT. . . I ! t 8l '10lll 121J 13il4ils!lll7j I4ils:i7 IS 19 20 21 22;23124 26126 27l 'fi!Mint Jill 20 21I22 ZI 24 127 i2i29!31 Vat. "l"!! I 1 I I r i i; z ( 4!. T R! '10:ill Not. j . . : 14I1S4M!1T.U H!12l3!l4 20 M23(2S 18il9t20!21 2S'2e'27l28 -22 23...

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 February 1861

die IkmiMirait j. CASKEY, - - -'- Editor. THURSDAY,::::::;:::: FEB. 21, 18?1. Removal. Tie Port Office in Millerebcrg has been ie moTed to room occupied as a Book fc Variety 'Store. ' ' j-Jfr. Lcfcour and suites progress from Springfield to Washington has been a coutinued oraUoB. At Pittsburgh it -was estimated over ' 100,000 people turned out to hear and see him. TTs could fill our whole paper with the speeches, , incidents, 4., of the journey. 5J-Juige 'Wright, of Cincinnati, one of Ohio's delegates in the PeaceCon Terence, died , oa Wednesday last. Mr. Wolcott, of Akron, late Attorney General of Ohio, has beca ap ' pointed to fill his place. . Qf0n Wednesday last, the two Houses of Congress met in joint convention and proceeded quietly and without interruption, to count the electoral jrotes. Vice President Bkeckeskidge -declared Abraham Lrsooui duly elected Presi dent, and Hatoibal Hamlci Vice President of ' the United States, for the ensuing four years. (.,; s I iylt would appea...

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 February 1861

Report of the Peace Conference. J The following it tbe report which was submitted to the Peace Congress by the Committee on plan of settlement: ; Article 1. In ll the territory of the United 8iates not embraced within tbe limits of the Cherokee treaty grant, north of a line from east to west, on the parallel f thirty-aix degrees thirty minutes north latitude, involuntary servitudey except in jmnisbment of crime, is prohibited whilst it shall be under s Territorial government; and in all the territory south of said liue the status of persons owing service or la bor as it now exists shall not be changed by law while such territory shall be under ierntoral government; and neiiber L-on- E98S nor the Territorial government shall ve power to hinder or prevent the taking to said, territory of persons held to labor or involuntary service within the United States, according to the laws or usage r of any Stale from which sucb persons may oe taken, nor which shall be subject to judi cial cogni...

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 February 1861

Story of a Stayed Child. Late last autumn, a farmer living near the Adirondacks, in New York State, went out on the mountains to cut timber, in a remote and solitary locality. He took bis ton along with him, a little boy about four yeara of age. After baring been employed a short time, be missed the child, who had been amusing himself chasing a kid which he found on the hill, and be became alarmed lest he should hare fallen into one of the maBy ravines, or stumbled over some of the rocks or preci pices with which the place abounds. No trace of the boy, however, could be found. In vain did he call ou his name for no an swer was returned. The anxiety of the father led him from place to place with the utmost rapidity, sometimes finding the print of his son's little feet in the leaves, but be never dreamed of crossing a deep gorge which runs on the south side of the locality alluded to down the steep and rocky side of tho mountain to the margin of the Hudson. Over this gorge he con ceiv...

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 February 1861

f Li ft e in hi. y hi nf in in. r i IIP 3 J. C1SREY, Editor and Proprietor. ' OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Adrance VOL. 5. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1861. . NO. 28- CALENDAR—1861. ISfiL m. 2 9 10' 4 2 3 4 WlftlU'u'lS IS 17 16.19120 11, 16117! I1X! 20 21 22:23:24 91.22 23 w.-2&26tl 27j28; i3o3li 19 Hill1 I2S.'30 31 1 'is leil Ana. 1 2 3 4 5 7 81 U0 10 11 11 Ul3!14lUl'n 19i2il:2)l22,2324 20 27i28 2V;30 31 1718; iai;2i 2n 2S 22,i3l 161 26 1 2 lulls; 2 S 4 5 : t 13,14 Ml '171 24 12'13ll4 SllO.ll 12 U20 21 ,27 to I'.ilT'l" lilH 2:1 ,24 26:2o27 28 311 3U Amu 1 s !.? 6: Oct. 2l 3 010' 4 6 11H2 IS 1 1 V lO'll 14 lfi,16,17 21 22123 124 1 id 13I14 1517 2i 2(IZ122 23:24,26, 2o a 2 3U fc!7 9)131' In at. 1 , 4iN0T. 6 ! 7 ! 17.18 IliK 13 14lll 4 5 7 8 lli 26 27 24 31 18,1" 3i2l!22'23 26:26 27!28;29j 30 4vn. It !io 5 6 12113 iia' 26 271 2 S 4 S 6 16 :i 17: 23 24 22! i5iir In'm 19120:21 Hi 10 11 1213 an...

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 February 1861

The Republican. J. CASREY, - - - Editor. THDruSDAY, ::::::::::: FEB. 28, 1861. tOor Uianks are due Hob. TVrLUaH Ha.-. mice. Eon. Asdeew Jomrsos of Teone-ytPet Eon. Jons Sbssma, and Brsj. Wade, pub lie Documents. , ISTe publish elsewhere a, aceount, wLicli we presume to be strictly reliable, of the reason for lbe sudden appearaea of Mr. LrjcoLjt in the Federal city a few hours in advaaee of the time designated in the advertised programme. It seems that Gen. Scon -was primarily re sponsible for the movement, and that it as produced by information obtained by detectives in Baltimore, that some of the desperadoes of that city had plotted and prepared for the as sassination of the President elecU There can be no doubt but Mr. Liscol!i had advice which be did not feel at liberty to disregard, overrul ing his own inclinations. It will be remem bered that Mr. Bccbaxax, when on his way to Washington four yeans ago, was insulted by the Hug Uglies of Bal'"-nore. Stones were thrown at his carri...

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 February 1861

Conspiracy and Treason. Conspiracy and Treason. Plot to Assassinate the President Elect. WASHINGTON Feb. 23. ' Gen. Scolt returned to Mr. call t 8. o'clock P. M. nd was warmlj greetr d. . . - At 4. o'clock lie Illinois delegation will oct respect of party, beaded by Senator Douglas, called on Mr. Lincoln and .'paid tbeir respects. The meeting was less for mal, perhaps, than would be at tbe case at an interview with any other delegation from the fact that they were all friends and acquaintances before. The inter view between Mr. Lincoln and Mr. Douglas was peculiarly pleasant. Among the callers on Mr. Lincoln this vflernoon were the venerable Frank Blair and bis son Montgomery Blair. At 6. o'clock Dr. Pulsto, Secretary of the Peace Congress presented a communi cation to Mr. Lincoln announcing that the members of the Congress were anxious to pay their respects to Mr. Lincoln, and re buested the latter to name the time when he would receive them. Mr. Lincoln said that he would be bappy...

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. — 28 February 1861

Foreign News Items. There mre one thousand one hundred and two newspapers, and four hundred and eighty-one magazines now published in Great Britain. Nearly one-half of the latter hae a religious character. Brit ish trade with Africa is not yet very im portant. From the western coast the whole amount of exports and imports the last year was $1,278,259, and more than one-half of this was palm oil. On the cast coast, from the Brinish possessions up the Straits of Bab-el-Mendeb, including the island of Madagascar, or in other words, for fourteen degrees of latitude, the whole trade was 5,888, of which the imports were 51 There are now nine Cardi nals' bats vacant in the Sacred College at Home. Marine compasses used on board crew steamers are now made to float on glycerine, as being least affected by heat or cold, and less injurious to the copper hemisphere in which the compass case is made to float. Yachting is on the in crease in England. The number of yachts in use last year was 756, ...

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 March 1861

Iff uniu OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door Sonth of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in AdTtnet V J. CASKET, Editor tad Proprietor. MILLERSBURG, HOLLIES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1861. NO. 29 VOL.5.- CALENDER—1861. 1361. 1S6L Jab. 4 JOLT. i a it 'lOll! lilT 1 14116 Ma 'SSiMi 23 2426 2S 30131! 30,311 to. 41 5 7 8! !10 1314 15llil7 JU'M 22;ZS24 13H4 llll'il 18'li at mm. 227 '; ii K 15 s 3 J J 7 Sir. 1 8 101 uiiaiMi 1! llOill 12 . 1 13114 171181 222S 16!ll IS 18I 21 22Z3M 2623i27 ill :2l J Aran. i 1 Oct. 1 1' 2 jlo! l 12 13 l 7 no u 14 l,l W20 13il4l ieli7 is 23;2426 26)27 30131! Mat. i; 4 Not. 1 'Will 71 8 13,14 1617,18 Hil2 12 1 W 13 14116 23124 202122'23 27I28!29;30 K31t 26 68 iun. 11 SjDao. 1 l 6 7 1 8 9 41 61 i 7 U14I16 11.12J13I14 18 19l20j21 20 1616 221231 '26 28j27l28 29180 Business Cards. W. P. ELLISON. M. B. De SILVA. ELLISON & De SILVA, raoranToas or the Ell. son House. JackeoB Stmt MILLERSBURG, OHIO. J. G. BIGHAM, SI. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. T E8H...

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 March 1861

THE REPUBLICAN. J. CA8KEY, .... Editor. THURSDAY,::::::::dlAECH, 7 1861. rSfla consequence of the unusual desire to read President Lincoln's Inaugural Address, proCTred an'extra, and sent it outtootir -.ywterdaj readers. .; The President's Inaugural. c The Iaaugural of President Lincoln will take Its place in history as one of the most remarka ble state papers of the present age. Unmindful of that maxim attributed to Talleyrand that "the use of words is to conceal thought," he deals frankly and plainly with the questions presented,. There is no mistaking his toLe He has been elected President of whole United States not of a mere section, and he intends acting in that capacity. , Ee has taken a sol emn oath to protect and defend the property of the United States, and he cannot violate that oath. He has sworn to execute the laws, what ever those laws may be, and he will peform his duty. The constitutional rights of each section of the Union shall be respected and protected, to the utm...

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 March 1861

Foreign News Items. JFrom a violent attack on Iba London Times, published in tbe London Star, we gather that the leading editor of the Thunderer" is John Tb'addeus Delano, and that among the principal writers of its "leading articles" are the Rer. Thomas Moielj, George Webb Dasent, D. C. L., Alexander Knox, who is a London magis trate, and the Bight Honorable Robert Lowe, a member of Parlament The fraternity of Jesuits is on the increase, ac cording to recent statistics published in Rome. Their number is at present 7,144, being 2,292 greater than in the year 1847. One thousand are engaged in foreign miss ions, and there are 444 in the United States. The largest number is found in France and Italy. They have been ex pelled from Piedmont, Lombardy, Modena, the Marches, Urabria, Romagna and the two Sicilies. Miss Shedden has moved for a new trial in tbe celebrated case of Shedden ts. Patrick. It will be remember ed this was a case to establish the legiti macy of Mr. Shedden, and that o...

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 March 1861

Railroad Dialogue--The Yankee Pedler and the Southerner. The following conversation took place o the can of the New Haten Bailroad shortly after the November election. One of the speakers was a peculiar-looking man, with a thin, pale face, sharp black eyes, a quantity of long, blsck-and-gray hair hang ing from his chin and aroond bis moutn, and also about his ears and behind a slouched black felt hat evidently a char acter. He held a little parcel in his hand, wrapped in prown paper. The other per son, who sat a few 6eats ahead on the otn er side of the car was a snug-built, well dressed, cood-lookine man. Just after emerging from the tunnel at 4 2d street, "A," the tret-named, got np and went to "B," the second, and putting his legver the arm of the seat, planting good large foot with a coarse boot on it, on the cushion, thus commenced : A. "Good morning, Captain; how are yocF B. "Very well how are you F A. "Tolerable. Been down South!" B. "Yes" T A. "Going home P t B. "Yes.' A. "G...

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. — 14 March 1861

. ; v J f 111 " (iitiiFiiiir it 1t ift J. CASKET, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents In Adranco VOL. 5. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1861. NO. 30. CALENDAR—1861. ?!FI?!I 1361 is II III l-l-l- Jam. JCLT. s I si 4 7 fin 11 12 13 14' 117 is'i? 23 24,25 26 ,M:31 I I 20 a t21;2-.''WiW;2i '21-22 (28,29 . 30 31 Pa. oIllltljlSLllli Ara. 12 4 S 7 ! 11112 1314 1S;16 IB llSjlK! 2(''21I22;23 2J'2sl;S0j ill Will 267,28 SI 1 i 8 in. 3! 4 S 6 12llS114 161 10,li;i2 13114 ITlMl 19 20 21 22 23 ljl7'lf 1' 25.'K,'7 28 20(21 '24 26 S35U830 : Aran. z s ol-nl n'u is! 1 4 81 71 8 110! 11112 1 17 IS 1 20 13 14:ii 11 ikIio 21 122231 24 26 27 20JZ1 22 23:24;2S 20 21 ( -Hi 30 31! HAT. z' s; Sot. 1 e! 71 8 tl2'l3il4 '1011 lSiWl 17,18 111(12 1 23 24 17 12,1V :2n!2ll22'23 l.llllll.VMI 2U31 IS 27 2S2'30 J -I d , Jim. 1 8 Die. z!s 7 121J14 1 ; 10I1112 ij 14 11T Ml 20 21 22 1S1I1T'1 1120:21 :2.;l44 Si 9fi:27l 23 24 2...

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. — 14 March 1861

Wat' $m J. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THUKSDAY,:::::::aiARCH14, 1861. yyThe Editor -has beta confined to hi "bed "by MckaeH for Ue last ten days. He is getting better, sad hopes to be at lus poet again is s c fswdajs. Mr. Lincoln's Cabinet. Secretory ef State Secretory of tiit 7reanay Cb abe, of. Ohio. ' Secretary of War Simom Cameeox, of PeBB- ylTBBia.""' " ' . . Secretary of the Interior Caleb B. Smith, of Secretary of the Sovy GiDKEt Well, of Con , MCticot. r. .P. JT. General Hostookebt Blub, of Mary laad. . Attornef General Edward BATxa,of Missouri. . ; Attention is directed to the advertise : (neat of Fae&a dc Yocno, in to-day's paper, t Tsey hare on hand s large stock of furniture. Those wishing anything in their line are iarit- i d to call. N. B. Those indebted to the above Firm, , v requested to call and settle. Deaf and Blind. Dr. Enapp, Oculist and Auriat, who ¬ sively treats deafness and diseases of the eye, and all imperfections of vision and inserts arti ficial eyes th...

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. — 14 March 1861

Washington News. WASHINGTON, March 7. 'lfj': Crittanden was serenaded to-night by the citizens of Washington. There was .imensa crowd of people who most en- thewstically responded to his utterances of vervent Union senumenis. lie expressed bi$ confidence in the intelligence "of the people, who now alone can settle distress ing Questions. : The troubles were fomenU isb purposes. ' Preserving the Union will preserve us. ibe Jttoman veteran was permitted to retire at the end of thirty years. He expected his friends to uphold the Union and ,lhe Constitution, which barte confered unnumbered blessings on us alT- H Gen. Scott. Senator Johnson and others wafterwardr serenaded and responded "Xo the compliment. " President Lincoln said to southern gen- tlemen who called upon him to-night to . know how his inaugural was to be uuder . stood, that it meant peace. .'. The Commissioners from the Southern -Confederacy are this evening dining with Senator WigfalL -They held a couference this mornrpg...

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. — 14 March 1861

ATvnrTTv-r. HEPOH.T OF TEX ' COTOSTTir COMMISSIONERS 10 IH Court of Common Pleas of Holmes Count y, Ohio, for 1S60. '. BRIDGES. -' The toTlowiae shows the suaberof Bridges built and repaired during the year ending on tbe with whom the contract is made, and the amount paid for each Bridge, together with all the al ' lowanees made by the Commissioners lor Bridge purpose!. Date of Cos tract noc wbebx located. Same of Contractors. Am't ' . . . Paid. " t Sept. 9th, I860. April 16th, 1860. April 17th 1860. Repairing Bridge serosa the Slince near the main Bridge across Killbock at Millersburg in Hardy township.... 4 John Carey, Jr. . Rebuilding Bridge across Saltcreek at Peter Cro-j I co'sin Prairie townshiD - iThomaa Wanna April 17th, I860.' Rebuilding the Stone -work of a Bridge across. juomcsn, at sonnets, in Washington tp ...'Chapman Sonnet.. . Rebuilding wood work of Bridge across Mohican! at Bonnets' in Washington tp..... jjohn S brake... loouaing oione wore ana tonnaauons ot JJndgel...

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 March 1861

OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance J. CASKET, Editor and Proprietor. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1861. NO. 31. n VOL. 5. CALENDAR—1861. 7S lS6t 1SCL iAM. 1 2 3 4 5 Uo n!i2 i.i7isjisii 23 24 25 261 6 T 10 IS 14115 l'I7p 15 i20 2iiai; 30131 125,29 22 3031 Ymm. Z7 Z9 1 12 7 81. ' 4 8 10lltl2! I7iis:ii X 41 M S T Il3!l!l5l ll! 12 1314il5l;17 2.j'21i22;Ml24 27 2S'2930j31 20 21 !, :18'1 124124 26 27i2S 1 fc 1 1 2 3 4 S T 13U4 til ,10.11.12ll3il 20i21i22;23 lSjM 2930 17!1- 19221 InilA. a .la.lo. 27 28 a au 252 27 28 2l 3 slid Aim, 21 S 4 S Oct. lo'll 12 13 41 6 lll)2 si li,16 17 ! 1 2i i3;i4;is 16!17 14 19 2122t23i 24125 26 27, 20ISS' 23 24:25,23 127! 2bl29l3tl3l! I Hat. 1 2 3, 4 r! 'io 111 Not. J J J J ! 2 12 13M 15H117.18 22 23 24 25 111213 14lll6 19'SS UilW&ilZllZi'ZS 5o-2ti 2"I28;29'30 III 29 30 311 Jon. Mil Si 61 7i 8 Dec 1 2i S 4! S 6 7 81 9il0lllil2l13ll4 .1 in 12!l3,14!lS 19)20.21 22 2 27 ...

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 March 1861

lean J. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY, J1ARCH 2 1 , 1861 0rOur thanks are due Hon. WiixiA En micx. Hob. H. G. Buib. Hob. Jobs Sheeha, Hob. BeDj. Wade, for Pnblie Document and other kindnesses. fjf-Tlie health of the venerable Judge JIc ta, been failing rapidly lot the last few Deaths. jy-J0HX Trui is trying to mate hi last day aa iniamons aa those of Jcdas Ihcabjot, or Jakes Bcchasas, by making speeches in favor of Kcessionists. The secessionists are mostly made up of thieves and traitors. The honest, patriotic men of the Sooth vrill be heard from after awhile. Those that profess to be posted tip in inch things, say the fruit prospect is not very good. Though the past winter was unfavora ble Co the growing wheat crop, it is represented M looking very well throughout the State. - ' - ii e. e J3fIt is reported that soma members of the present Ohio Legislature arein favor of mating the session perpetual. It ought to be, and Hie members thereof, petrified. Bucha3as, it is said, is to...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 21 March 1861

A Supernatural Premonition--- Story of a Railroad Engineer. I wu rnnoiDg a night express train, nd lad a train of ten cms eight passenger and two baggage cars and all were load ed. I was behind time, and was very anxious to make a certain point; thus I was using every exertion, and patting the engine to the utmost speed to which she was capable. It was on a section of the read usually considered the best running ground on ihe line, and I was endeavor ing to make the most of it, when a con TicUoa told me that I must stop. A something seemed to tell me that to go ahead was dangerous, and that I must stop if I would save a life. I looked back at my train, and it was all right. I strained my eyes and peered into the dark ness, and could see no signal of danger, and there I could see fire miles in the day time I listened to4.be working of my en gine, I tried the water, looked at the guage, and all was right. I tried to laugh myself out of what 1 then considered a childish fear, but, like...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 21 March 1861

flLiraTT-AJj RBPOHT or th COUNTY OOMMISSIONEES TO TBI Court of Common Pleas of Holmes Coonfj, Ohio, for I860. V: DREDGES. The following shows the number of Bridges built tad repaired daring the yew ending on the first Monday of September A. v., ioou, ine piace wnere jocaieu, uie iu 01 coniran, me person jrith Vbom toe contmcl IS maae, ana ucuwnit puu sus eras, sriuge, uigciuer iiu u uie m lowasces t1 by the Commissioners ia Bridge purposes. Cats of Contract mil wheu located. Name of Contractors.) Am't I Paid. . , " I Sept. 9th, 1860. Repairing Bridge across the Sliuce near tbe main ,. Bridge across Killbuck at Millersburg in Hardy township John Carey, Jr.. April 16th, 1860. Rebuilding Bridge across Saltcreek at Peter Cro- I eo's in Prairie township Thomas Wasoa. Aprill7lh,lSG0.,l4ebuilding the Stone work of a Bridge across) - i uu: d .-' or v: . r ipril 17th i860. Bebnilding wood work of Bridge across Mohican 'I at Bonnet.' in rYaahincrton tn .Tnhn fihralr. Jons 1st, 1660. Building ...

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