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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 28 March 1861

iff if K J. CASREY, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance VOL. 5. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1861. NO. 32. DRS. BOLIXG fc BIGHAM, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, MILLER'UBG, O., rroia u tha root formerly oocopitd by Dr. Irriaa, Xsrea , 1861. DR. EBRIGHT. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, MILLERSBURG. O. OBm Jaekara Street, aearly ppaite the Eaapire HMn (Residence on Clay Street, opposite the rresDytenaa lanrcn. JT. P. A LB AX, BENTI ST, MILLEKSBUBQ, O. Artificial teelh in serted on Gold, Silver, Vulcanite d Porcelain base. Teeth Extracted, Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warren' ted. Room at the "Ellison House." Ncr.28,1860.-yl. BEX J AM IX COHX, tun r Of Etcit Description, COS. OF JACKSON & WASHIQTONSTS.. SIIIXERSBTJIIG, O. PLAIN fc FAXCY Or ALL LISM, SEATLT IIKIIl'U AT THIS OFFICE. CASKEY & IXGLES, BKU.XM IX BOOKS & STATIONERY, Millersburg, Ohio. X TO THE PUBLIC. AAi-A-TTS,...

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 March 1861

The Republican. J. CASKET, - - - - Editor. TfiURSDAY, : : : r: : .MARCH 28 , 1 861 jySee the ftdrcrtifiemenl of Fbt is another column. He has a full aloek of goods in his Use, which he will sell si prices to suit the times. . jfThe new Advertisement of "Koch's Cot aer," is crowded out, bat if you can't see the Advertisement, don't fail to go and see their aew Goods.. . They have a large and fine as sortment. jThc Fredericksburg School is about to get under way again. It is in new hands, but we feel satisfied the School will lose nothing of Ua former good name by the change. . "Attention is eavited to the Adrer.isement in another column for the "Berlin Select Sehool." Our friends in Berlin have in times past had pretty good luck in securing the service of good Teachers for their School, and Mr. McKuuf Will doubtless not be behind any ot his pre- decesaars, as he comes well receommeaded as a acholsrand a Teacher. ' 3JWe advise all property owners that have not already done so, to take...

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 March 1861

Influence of Newspapers. Bmall it tb turn that is required to pat ronise a newspaper, and amply rewarded U iti patron, I care not bow humble and Unpretending tbe gazette which be takes. It m next to impossible to fill a sheet with printed matter without putting into it some thing that is worth the subscription price. Every parent whose son is away from home at school should supply him with a news paper. I well remember what a marked difference their was between those of my schoolmates who bad, and those who bad sot access to newspapers. Other things being equal, tbe first were always superior to tbe last in debate, composition, and general intelligence. Daniel Webster. Form a Line. Dr. Bellingham's "Stimulating Oogn ent," so famous in London, Paris and tber European cities, Seems to be gaining a similar reputation in this country. We find that it has become an indispensadle ar tifla for the toilet in all our "lare cities. Messrs. Horace L. Hedgeman & Co. of Hew York, now bare tb...

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 March 1861

(Concluded from first page.) the Mid written deduction or a copy thereof, ad upon the entry upon the journal of the Commissioner of inch county an acceptance mignt& by all of said Commksisners, of saco r.lirjqnihment or transfer, which written declaration so deposited as aforesaid, shall thoreopoa be entered by said Anditor npon his record of roads or highways, and there after neb. road, or part of road, ahalll be trader the control of the Connty Commission, are of the connty in which the same may lie, who shall by a proper order provide that the ame shall be a public highway, and that no tolls are collected thereon within the limits of men connty, x Sec 8. This act shall take effect npon its passage, and that original sections one and RICHARD C. PARSONS, Speaker House of Representatives. Speaker House of Representatives. ROBERT C. KIRK, President of the Senate . Passed January 25, 1861. [No. 5.] AN ACT To pnnish the crime of haying counterfeit Bank Notes or Coin in possession 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. — 4 April 1861

if .xfJ 1 111 Ay 9 OFFICEffashington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. J. CASKET, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS One Dollar and Fiftj Cents in Adyancc MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1861. NO. 33. 4S 1 M in in DBSBOXiIXG & HICHAM, PHY SICIAIlS& -SDR(SORS, MILLERSBURG, O., tOmata rami formerly occupied by Dr. Inine. i H ! BR. EBRIGHT, "PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, 17. MILLERSBURG. O. 0en Jadum Su i t, aemrty py Ite tke Ksanire Residence on Clay Street, opposite the rrssbyteruui Uburcn. J. P. AliBAX, DENTIST, MILLERSBURa, O- A rtificial teeth in- J. sertedoa Gold, SUvit. Vulcanite S Porcelain base. Teeth Extracted, Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warran ted. Room at the "Ellison House." Kct.28,1860.-jL BE.VJAMItf COIIX, PEAXJU IX 2&o?-L&B3 exeximre. K . Of Etot DcucripHoa, cor. or Jackson & washigtonsts.. 1 " " v ' ' MUXERSBCllG, O. - PLAIN At FA3VCY 'J Or ALL USDS, KEATLY ZX EC IT ED - AT THIS OFFICE. CASKEY &. IXGLES, , DEALEBS IX BOOKS &...

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. — 4 April 1861

k $kpMitatt J. CASH.EY, -- - - Editor. THURSDAY,:::::::::: APRIL 4, 1861. Fox ra HoLMzrrnx. -On . Saturday night last, about the hoar of midnight, the store of A. SpasRLn, ifi Holmes rille in this county, iras discovered to be on fire. Whea discoTed, the , fire had made anch progress, that in a few min utes more the whole building was wrapt in flame. So abort was the notice, that the fami ly of Mr. S. did sot hare time to dress, but es caped in their night-clothes. A house adjoin ing was also burned. The fire was undoubtedly the work of an in cendiary. A back window was ibund to have been broken open, and the door leading to that part of the building occupied by the family, locked on the inside. Mr. S. was only partial ly insured. Solo Robbery. On Saturday night last, the house of Bicbaso Sbbxetx, Esq., was entered and six hundred and twenty dollars in gold and . silver stolen therefrom. Mr. S. is Township Treasurer of Washington tp., in this county, and the money stolen was townshi...

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. — 4 April 1861

Our National Degradation. x The ereolB of the few past" months in - this Republic hare not on! j checked the nd religions liberty tlrooght the , world, but have actually tamed tLe cause backward. We will not say that the prin ciple of self-government has jumped back to the point where it stood when the Un ion had its birth, for, however that fact may be as concerns our own country, our brief career of success hitherto has taught the old world raluable lessens, has com pelled nionarchial governments to make great concessions to their people, which cannot be recalled even should Republi canism in the new world meet its death blow. There fore the United States have '' its four score years not in vain. ;But our boasting has come to naught. A few short months since and we were the admiration or the envy of the world ; now we feel the humiliating fact that none are M poor as to do us reverance. And with this degradation comes the shameful truth, too, that the Christianity of the old world...

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 April 1861

Holidays at San Francisco. n t fier. T. Starr King writes this tantalizing ..picture lo the Boston Transcript. Perhaps joa will listen to a few words about oar holidays. Your Christmas is "Celebrated with evergreens; ours, with the revival F grass, and the breaking out of green over the mountain sides. It was t vary strange to ma to pass through a No vember that had no dreaiiness; to walk to church on Thanksgiving day (for our min 'TBter preached to a large congregation, and 'J. stood up through the whole of the long ttennon) without an overcoat, through the Tmost genial air imaginable, and as the sun jsank lower, week by week, to see the yer . dure startiug out around the plank side J walks, in the gardens and yards, and lastly climbing the slopes of the delightful hills --which are commanded by my library win dow, lobauish their uniform of brown. The 'tainy season sets in this year, just after the .first of December; and the Winter solstice 'jfrings to us no sleet, no bitter winds...

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. — 11 April 1861

tlHIIH' 'in i i i i i - i i i J. CAS&Ef , Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in idranee VOL: 5. 1 MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1861. . NO. 34. DBS. BOIilXG fc BIGHAM, PHYSICIANS & ; SURGEONS, MILLERSBURG, O., fOffioe is, tkeroo formerly eeci) by Dr. Irrine. iuick as, 1WL - tt . -DR. EBBICnT, THTSICIAN & SURGEON, MILLERSBURG. O. Office Jackson Street, "early apposite the Eaipire Uoaee. ( ! cy Residence on Clay Street, opposite the freRoyterum Uboren. J. P. ALB AX, D E N T I ST, MILLEBSBTJEG, O. Artificial teeth in serted oa Gold. Silvio-. Vulcanite ? Porcelain base. Teeth Extracted. Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warran ted. . Room at the "Ellison House." .Nor. 28, 1868.-3-1. BE.VJAJII.V CO II X , DEALER IX Of Every Deserlptina, COR. OF JACKSON & WASHIGTOXSIS.. BIILLERSBCRG, O. PliAIX & FAXCY OP ALL J.1XD8, 5EATLT EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE. ... CASKE Y fc IXGLES, DE...

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 April 1861

J. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY, : ::APBIL 11, 1861. Latest News. Th State Department bas the Southern Commissioners officially. The Secretary intimated that a peaceful policy would be pursued by the government but de claring its purpose to defend itself if attacked. A general stampede of negroes is taking place. Three hundred passed over into Canada from Detroit, between Saturday and Monday evening. One hundred and nix, left Chicago, by Railroad on Monday evening, for Canada, and it is said that nearly one thousand fugitive (lares, who have arrived in Chicago, since last Fall, are bow on their way oi.t of the United States. - Got. Curtin of Pennsylvania, recommend to the Legisilature.the appropriation of $500,000 to arm the State. Prince Albert is to visit Canada in June. negotiations are making with the great Eastern to bring out 1300 German Mormons for Utah. War between Austria an Italy is imminent. Rome is to be declared the Capital of the King dom of Ittaly. The Kingdom ol ...

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 April 1861

Special Notices. Fever and Agua mm Eight MimtW Stmdir nrcrf Iw BCERHATE'S HOLLAND BUT CilS. Iicun Kbllt, No. 117 Seventh, nernr Gnat Street, "Lait July, wUle roanln jr; on tht rlrer.oa cotton. tetU pteyinrbetween Kstebtx and New Orlnus. t wu tekca vitaFvwr and Ague. For irM lonr month b laaffnW vita this dreautal Th cotter pert f thntnnel w nn&ble to wrfc, u4 Bfat Imxt frftj doltan for diflerat madidnes, bat found no bermaneot Ii Taro wets . ne of my friends icrixted open mf trying JuiArra HOLLAND Birrra, wyia that aapvatnrslec After taking it for one week, I mat stated waa a aeand man. 1 have lees at work now par iwo waekaand bar o&d no return of tbe Chill and err vaatover. . 1 eertifj that the abor statenent U trap. THOMAS ADAMS. Diamond Hcnse. or at R. Cheater's Gothic llall. The following u an extract from a letter written by mt. at. a. noime, pa tor of the fierreootnt-bueet uap tiat Cbareb. Brooklrn. K. Y to tha uJou null end Uea- nrer, Cincinnati," 0 and apeaks To'mne ...

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 April 1861

Notes from the Census. Total population 31,429,891. . In 1850 it was 23, 191,876 increase 8,238,015, or 35.53 per cent. Tlie average of increase for each decade daring ibis century bas been 34,57, or nearly 3 1 2 per cent per ftnnum. " The Congressional gains under the ap portionment of toe new census are as toi- V rpt , ri. . t a . 1 . . ... tows; Aoesiaveouues lose itno lutm bera and gain six. The free States lose twelve members and gain thirteen. Tbe 'Blare representation in the House of Rep resentatives will number eighty-three mem bers, and the free state representation one hundred and forty members; majority of the members from the free states over those of the slave states, fifty-seven. Tbe gain of the free stales is but one member; the loss of the slave states, six members. The loss of members in all the 6tates is twenty-four and the gain is nineteen. . Tbe gain in six New England States since 1850 has been about 15 percent; tbe loss of Representatives is four: to-wit in Mai...

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 April 1861

: i i?v;k ,rs-.- y.Hjj.U in s A .a ivni ii i n I J. CASKET, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in id ranee MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1861. NO. 35. 1 ;T f if i lit! Mil W h Hr I llll If d DBS. BOLIXG &. BIGHASI, PHYSICIANS ( &?SDRGE0NS, MIIXERSBURG, O., X3TQBm tkMwsss sorcoeriy coueioa by Dr. Irvine. ni kDR. EBBIGHT, '? r" PHYSICIAN MILLERSBURG, O. - OSca ra Jacluaa 8msec nearly apposite the Empire Honae '! -EesultK on fclaj Street ippite th J'fCTbytemiiChnrch. ;j ji j tj J. P. ALBAX, D EN T X S T , , A rtineal teeth in- Siln-r. Vulcanite 4 5 Porcelain. base. " Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction trarrau itedi Room at the "Ellison Houe." .tlrcT.38,1860yl.' .BEWJAMI COH.V, . Of Etbtt DeacriptioB, COR. OF JACKSON & WASH1GT0NSTS.. ' MIXXJEHSBCKU, O. , ; ;rPLAMi fc FANCY. OF ALL LLVDS, XEATLT EXECl'TED . AT THIS OFFICE. CASKEY Ac IAGIiES, , ' ', aealees nr BOOKS & - STATION...

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 April 1861

THE REPUBLICAN. -J. CASKET. - - - Estitwr THURSDAY,::::i::::APRIL 18, 1861 War! War! -By retereaee to aewe ia Mother eoloma, it ' ' wifl, be m UuU U Socthcra traitors have at Isagtfc pmmrefd hrtt:1ii agmiaat ths V. S. . GrnimnL Every larval sue eouairy w, '""sgref tkia, but ftivor tha vigorous prosecution of ' tip war agaiaat toera. - Latest News. - 7( Soothers rebels dejfaph Santa; and .Bead only such sews as -. aaiutaa. Ofeourte little reliance ia to be ' plated ia anything received through thia ch&a aal from that direction. targe aad enthusiastic meetings made ap of ". toe Biemberi of all partiea, bare been held ia - tnJimmA flnlnmliM PtnJ.iii.iati PittaYinm. rA ' all the cities aad large towns ia the Northern - Stateett which resolutions were paaaed ana tain - lag the U. S. is its efforts to! pat down rebellion Got. Donnt baa tendered to the President 10,000 men from Ohio. The offei was accepted towards of 100,000 men bom different parts of . the Union have already offered t...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 18 April 1861

of the Cleveland Herald. From Columbus. Lively times in the passed—Refuse to re consider passed—Refuse to re consider Anti— Combination bill—Statutes for Justices on the War Appropriations Shooting—Destiny of Ashtabula —Sharp Shooting—Destiny of Ashtabula —Penitentiary Location. COLUMBUS, April 12, 1861. Xb House has monopolized the inter wt, te-dej.- It began in turbulaoce, and ended in confusion worse confounded. ; Tbe first demonstrmtion was on Uie at- Ucspt to reconsider the vote whereby the House passed the Anti Combination Bail ' road Bill. Two or three speeches were made, and there was an excellent prospect for onanintr nn a difiCIU&iott of the whole subject again ; when, to cot off debate, the friends of the bill mored to la the mo tion reconsider on the table. This was Carried by a handsome majority, ana to the matter was ended. Almost before tbe Democrat found what Lurt them, Parrott now moved and carried through a reconsideration of the vale kil ling lbe,Monnabaa Mili...

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 April 1861

St. Domingo and Hayti. Tba itartliog report from St. Domingo lrj Xwkiion to tie Spanish occupancy of the liltnd -or portioa of it hae awaken . dftdenrain the public mind for tome -non accarata information in relation to its political condition. Wa extract from ? letter in the New York Tribune, some I facta affording light upon the subject That " The Island of St. Domingo, or Hispani ola, or Hayt is held by two independent nationalities tht of lie eastern part be--ing knowB as the Dominican Republican, i or, oftener, St. Domingo, or more freqnent- If the Spanish part; and tnat of the west - (formerly called the French part), being ''known a the Republic of HajtL -In the ' Dominion Republic (which has a popnla t. tion of 120,000). the people who are chieflj mulattoes, talk Spanish and were .' formerlj subjects of Spain; their ruler is President Santana, a man nearly white, - 'whose sympathies, ideas, and tendencies -- ha? all and always favored a reunion oi '. ' lis 'country to the - ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 25 April 1861

, j Av 'T'' 9A ' xl'i1if 'x T Ay Mr J. CASKEY. Editor and Proprietor. OFFIC E Washington Street, Third Door South of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fiflj Cents in Ad ranee VOL. 5. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1861. NO,3f DRS". BOJLIXG 3e BIGHAM, 3PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, MILLERSBURG; O., J3?"0me i& the ma former oceapied by Dr. Irriae. V23, rSSl. DR. EUimCIIT, PHYSICIAN & STJBGEON : MILLERSBURG. O. Of&ce an Jatkwm Street, -Marly epfrftt the Enpira Heme. g3fJlesidenee on Clay Street, opposite the Presbyterian Uhurcn. J. P. AJLBA-V, DENTIST, MTLLERSBTTKO. O A rtincial leeln ln- aerted od Gold Silvisr. Vulcanite it fPnref'Liin base. SS Teeth Extracted. Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction irarran ted. . Boom at the "Ellison House." Ncv.2sf,1860.-v. - BEXJAJHIY COII., seals nr ' Of Erery Description, COR. OF JACKSON & WASH1GT0NSTS.. . . . MILXEnSBl'RG, O. PJLAIX & FAXCY Or ALL USDS, J.EATLT EXECUTED THIS OFFICE. CAS KEY k I.GLES, DEALERS BOOKS &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. — 25 April 1861

J. CASKEY, - - - : - Editor. THURSDAY,t::::::::AEBIL 25, 1861. The Meeting on Saturday Evening Last. Our citizens responded promptly to the call for apnbli Maeting at the Court Hoose, on Sat urday reaing last. It was a call upon the friends--of the Union upon those who are in Cstot ef sustaining the Oorerament in its efforts to put dawn rebellion and treason in oar land. The Court-House wag never more densely filled. Speeches -vers made by Messrs. Cwth field. Vookhss,. Biacaorr, Fst.h.l. Ubo, and others. Partisan leeung was lust signt ot every one was loathe country. We were glad to see tlus. This is no time for party feeling:. We should lay all thai4 aside until the country is freed from her peril. Then, ir we will, we can as Democrats and Republicans, "fight our battle o'er again; Response from Ohio. response from Ohio to the Governor's call for Tolustecrs, like that of all the free States, most be gratifying to every patriotic heart. Therels Dot a county in the State but has ten ...

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 April 1861

The Bombardment of Fort Sumter. NEW YORK, April 18. fonoriog is digest ot DnXllav, atAtement. . ' The demand to surrender Sumter was tnadanivihe 11th and refused, not only by Anderson.bul by the unaniaMMU f oiee of his command. On Friday morning at three elock ibe rebels sent word that fire would be opened npon ns in an hour, and at 4 o'clock fire was opened on as from every direction, including ft hidden battery. The are opened wub ft roller of 17 mor tars, firing ten. inch, slrells, and shot from 33 gars, mostly" Columbians. We took breakfast,, however, very leisurely. Toe command was divided into three watches, each under I be direction of two officers. After breakfast, they immediately went to their guns and opened fire ou Moultrie, Cummin's Point, and Sullivan Island. The Iron Battery on Cumming's Point, Was of immense strength, and most of our balls, glanced off. Anderson refused to allow the men to work the guns on the parapet, on account of such ft terrific fire. There was s...

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 April 1861

British Opinions of American Affairs. fairs. The Secessionist Wholly to Blame. ENGLAND WILL NOT BUY SOUTHERN COTTON. . The London' Timet of the 28iL ultimo, is A leader on American .affairs, talks in the following unsparing fasbion : . For a. single year the consumers of cot . ton mar be made to pay tribnte in the ' ahspe of an export duty to the planters of Ueorgiaand Alabama, we ouneivev id Indiana hare contrived to levy such a tribnte upon the Chinese, but in the shi e of an export duty on opium. But J the . English are not likely to submit to this , - kind with as nkch patience as the Chinese . and the Southern Slates mutt male vp their minds to pay' for whatever funds they may raise in this manner by the per- ' manrnt destruction of their principle or- ' title of export AO the Abolitionist of . the North and West never dealt suck a ' blow at Slavery as she will suffer at the hands 'of her chafeti champions, from the imposition of the tax upon the export of cotton; The manufactu...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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