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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 25 October 1860

Site 1 ESTABLISHED A. D. 182G. MILLERSBUllG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 18(i0. NEW SEJUES-VOL. 22-NO. 36. BY AUTHORITY. LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. Treaty of Peace, Amity, and Commerce, beiiteen the United States of America and China. Concluded at Tieutsin, June 18, 18.r8; Uatiicd by the UnitedStatei, December 21, 1858, and Pro. claimed by the President of Vie United States, January iG, 16G0. BY PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA: A PROCLAMATION. .Whereas a treaty between tlie United States of America and tlioTa-Tsitig Empire wns conclu ded and signed at Tientsin by tlieir respective plenipotentiaries, ou tlio eighteenth day of Juno 1858, which treaty is, word for word, as follows: The United States of America and tlio Ta Tslnc Empire, desiriug to maintain firm, lasting, and sincere, friendship, have resolved to renew, in n manner clear and positive, by menus of a treaty or general convention of peace, amity, and com merce, the rules which ehall in futui e bo mutually...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 25 October 1860

Mim fltantfg gimmw ornciAii paper or tub county. .IflM.KIliSMOli, OHIO, TUUKSDAY, OCT. 1!5, 1800. Democratic Ticket. ron rmlsiDr.NT STEPIIEiV A, DOUGLAS OF ILLINOIS. ron viciTritKSini'.fcf IIERSCIIEL V. JOIINSOiV OF (JKOHOIA. Are You Ready! Are nil tlio Democratic forces marshal cd for the grunt contest ami ono week from next Tues!ay7 If not let all go to work immediately. Lotus meet the enemies of Constitutional Liberty, of tlio lights of men, with that firmness, vigilance ami zdal that becomo men who aro battling for .tlio right. That tho chances nrc Against us in Ohio should urge us on to fight.tho harder. When tho men of '7G rebelled against tho oppressive rulings, and arbitrary enactment of a tyrnnicnl King, and a dictatorial Parliament, and assorted tho great piinoipie of POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY', thoy did not stop to inquire how many British soldiers would bo sent to force them to a disgraceful sub mission, or, how many traitors thoy would find in tho colonics to "wolcomo them wi...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 25 October 1860

m SMiw (Starotj gMmti 'rllOnSDAY OCT. 25, I8b0. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Masonic. Spartan Lodge will baiiddat Masonic II rill on Friday, to-monw, livening. Meeting at Uhl's School-house. meeting wan nt Uhl'g scliooMiouse, for Saturday night. Vo con gented to go thro without tliinklng of n provlous engagement, and ire Aro accordingly compelled to withdraw tho appointment. Democratic Meetings. A meeting Vill bo held nt Fitrmcravillo, Ger man township,' oh tho Saturday beforo tho clcc. tlon, at 1 o'clock.. Also ntMullot'eschoolbouse, Mechanic township, on tho rtvenlng of. the same day, Perfectly Safe. A friend want9 to know whether It will bo nafo to bet that Douglas, will get n greater popular rote, than any other candidate running. It la as Bafc aa anythipg can possibly bo, but wo appre hend ho will liavo some trcublo In finding any per ion green enough to tako that bet. Godey for November. Godey'sLady Bookjor November is an extra ordinary rumbcr, containing 65 engravings in ill. God...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 25 October 1860

(Continued from Jest Page.) ARTICLE I. The ROTernment oftlie Republic of l'r piy binil Itself for tlietespoiMlblllly In fa vor ertlio ''Unltta States miii l'arsgusy rnv- Icatlon Cornnanr." nliluh mar rrsul from tlio decree' of cominlsiloncTS, who It is agreed, (ball be appointed as follow. t ARTICLE II. cl JlT 7. llrre.'u.K' . - ..!.. . I ZtoS W2f hBft rtZ t w?,r ZIT, ,L,.Bi "'I" V .li i. i. 1 mine tho amount of said reclamations, It Is incroiorc, agroeu to conslltuto sucii a cuin commitMoD, wliosc decision shall bo binuing in tho following manner t Tho Roverumct of tho United States of yvmorica snail appoint one commissioner, anu tho government of Paraguay shall appolt nn-1 and these two In case of disagreement, ' f-hall appoint a third, salil appointment to do-citizens volvo upon a person of loyalty and impartial I-1 ty, with the condition that, in case of dlirer-' enco between the commissioners In tho cholcu! ui nn umpire, mo aipiomaiio represeniauves of Russia and Prussia, nccru...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 1 November 1860

iwmni fie ESTABLISHED A. D. 1826. MILLEI1SBUIIG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER J, ISG'0. NEW SERJES-VOL. 2-2-NO. 37. Business Directory. WM. MID. I., n. CMTCllrlU-U. krt:i) i cuiTciii'iriii). ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Millcrsburg, Ohio. Office Up stairs In Critchfield's Corner Block, opposite the Court-house. nSOtl 1). S. 11111m ATTORNEY AT LAW, Millcrsburg, Ohio. Office In Mayor's building, over the Hook Store. ' nSOtf. WM. S. TANNIWIIIM. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Mlllcnburg, Ohio. Olllce Two door cast of the Bank, up stairs. n20tf J. G. IllCIIAM, M. D. PHYSICIAN k SURGEON, Fredericksburg, Ohio. Respectfully announces his readiness to give prompt attention to nil professional rails. He is permitted to refer to the Medical Faculty of the University of Michigan mid to the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Now York city. Sept. 27, 1SG0. n32mG UK. sTl). KICIIAKUS, HAS Located In Ucrlln, Holmes County Ohio, He will attend to all calls proper to li s profession. Especial attentio...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 1 November 1860

fV I $OTtt; OVKIPIU. I'Al'KU Ji' TUB COUNTY j A.ATi. i:s riri7.Tt riuViishcis.. .MlI.T.tiUSHUtli, onto, THURSDAY.: NOV. 1, IStH). Democratic Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS FOR VICE PRESIDENT HERSCHEL V. JOHNSON THE DEAD AND THE LIVING. The Rise and Fall of Parties. Tho Delnooratic paity was ormeil.J""1 a,1v a cnntnrv n!rn. nt tha time Kintr I ,,..., ...t ii.rt,:..M. i.,,il.,.n..t .1..n!r..l i Mtuijjy ituii niu ui ui Parliament denied to tho people of the American colonies the light "to regulntu their domestic con cents in their own way." Tho peoplo of I tho colonies weio denied the light to make their own municipal laws nud icgu- Intious, they weio taxed without repio-1 sentation, anil for the ledrcss of these grievances they made tho Declaration Independence, and to nclend their nssei led rights engaged in tho Revolutionary war. Success crowned thuir efforts in behalf of freedom, equality ami popular soveioign-.the ty. Tho Dcinoeiatie popular sovereignty party wns opposed...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 1 November 1860

...NOV. 1, 1RMJ THURSDAY LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Religious Notice. Tho Woosternnd Tiiscittnwni Conference- of tlio East, Ohio Sjtiwl of llviilicc-llcal Lulhinu Uhurclf, will nierton'jliursdny, Nov. Pib, In thl blaco. During Iholr session tin- Pastor of tlio Millcrpuurg cliargo will bo ordained. Hit ohdkr op 1'ri.biukst. Premium List. We will publish tlio awards of Premium! nt tlio County Fair In our next paper. New Hose Cart. Tlio Kllluuckfirc company, of Mllleifburg.liavo ; . I.,...ir..l IT. .. MM - fi.- o wv.tUH'U. JIU.Y UUSU VUriUIKU 4 ll TIIU men aro highly delighted. It cost, we underatntid, nbout$400. Every Vote. Seo to lt that every Democratic voter U nt tlio polls on Tuesday next. Watch out for fraud, ulent ticket. Have everything ready beforo the day of election to get out every voter. A Lie Out. Caskf.y gays the Democrats lie about the taxes being raised. Tlio Republican farmers who suck nil, Cas'iiey eays thould slap their pockets for con tradtctlng lilin. The True Democ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 1 November 1860

A Father-in-Law in Spite of Himself. Tlio Lotulon correspondent of tlie N. 0. Delta, writes tbo following .stoty of tlmt pajicr. A gooil sell is iclntctt of n wealthy linnk er, who is very good imtiirctl, but inclin ed to lio a tiillo lust in his victvn of life. Ho lmd i fuvoiito dork ,n young ninu About twonty'onr, reinnrlsably linmlbomo, modest mid highly intellectual. For tlioso qualities lio was likcil by ovory ono nd the banker did not usenpo tlio general lieling of good will. Ho whs as poor us his salary, nnd had no connections to push liitu alter foitunes, and ho, like most English clerks, ho would iieto a hundred and twenty pounds a year; go on eight years, nt ten pound a year lino, nnd marry when ho got two bundled pounds a year, henceforth to vcgelato, and find that the additional ten )miinds-nytnr riso only kept pace with tlio additional babes in.bit household. Tho banker on Sunday afternoons, when no ono was ex pected, would occasionally ak the young man to visit his you...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 8 November 1860

lie ESTABLISHED A. D. 1826. MILLERSBURG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, i860. NEW SERIES- - Business Directory. VH. KttU. L. II. CltlTClItttLD. U CltlTCHl'irM). A TTORNEYS AT LAW. Mlllorsburir, Ohio. jf V Office Up stairs In CrltcliBeld'a Corner Block, opposite tlio Court-house. nQOti V. S. tlllL, ATTORNEV AT LAW, Mlllcrsburg, Ohio. Ofiico In Mayer's bulldlug, over tlio Uook Store. n20tf. WM. S. TANNEYII1LL ' ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Mlllcrsburg, Ohio. OIHco Two floors cast of tho limit, up stairs. nSOtf J.G. HICHAM, M. I). PnYSlCIAN k SURGEON, Fredericksburg, Ohio. Respectfully announces his readiness to giro prompt attention to all professional calls, tie Is permitted to refer to tho Medical Faculty bf tho University of Michigan and to tho Faculty bf Medicine of tho Unlvirslty of. Now York city. Sept. 27, 18G0. n32mC IU. 8. 1). UIC1IA.KDS, HAS Located In Berlin, Holmes County Ohio, lie will attend to nil calls proper to' his profession. Especial attention to diseases o...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 8 November 1860

Holmes County Farmer. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. J. & E. ESTILL, Publishers. MILLERSBURG, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOV. 8, 1860. The Result. W"e liavo the exquisite plcasitro of an nouncing to "nil tlio world and the red of mankind" tliat tho Quakers liavo voted, the Niggers liavo voted, tho Broekinrid gers havo VDted, and a rail is elected Pica ident. Wo cannot give particulars thin week, but enough is known to satisfy us that we are badly licked. If Piovidenco don't intcrfeio and kill honest Old Abo, us Ho genouilly does with opposition Presidents, wo will bo four yeais under Black Republican inle, provided tho Union lasts so long. It is claimed Lin coln hascairicd all tho Northern States excopt California and Oiegon. Missouri is conceded to Douglas. Coll has car ried Kentucky, Tennessee, Vitginia, Maryland, &c, and Brccklniidgo lift Dclawaic, Noith Carolina, nnd will prob ably carry most of tho cxtremo Southern States. Holmes county Is to bo consider ed tho head waters nf Salt-...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 8 November 1860

Holmes County Farmer. THURSDAY NOV. 8, 1860 LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Hurrah for Hurra! That tiobfo ofd Democrat, Ekim. Cirm.n, was on Tu'frdny blotted Justlco of tlie Ttaoo In l'ralilo I tonnsliinbvumalorltv. Now l.i.rmli fr Mmini totinaiiip oy o majority Now hurrah fur Uouola., How do You Feel. Whcnalllack Republican asks haw tou fool orcrlho election tell him jou feul like Lazaius did when ho was licked by the) dogs. , , H'ti ft i Iia nits 7ltiVt.il hw ITiW fin! I All Dry. The Ulaclc nc'publlcans had r JolliDcallon last night and diank most of the grocilcs dry. It Is i said to have been tho rreateat dmnk ever known , west of tho Allcphanles. Putrid Sore-Throat. Tho Putrjd Soro-thoat is raging to a fearful extent In the Eajtcrn townships of this county. A great many are dying. This uecouuts for the light vote In tho Eastern townships. The Post Office. Thero aro now two hundtcd ted ami thlrty-fivo for tho Post Office, , d nine Rcnublicans u iiinc jicpuuucans, Black Republican applic...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 8 November 1860

LIST OF PREMIUMS AWARDED AT THE HOLMES COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY HELD IN HOLMESVILLE. OCTOBER, 10th & 11th, 1860 Class A—Blooded Horses. 3. roulion 13st Stulllon oyer 4 $1.00 W. M. I'oulson - ilcst 9 year old Stallion 1 .00 P. MoCollongh Ileal Brood Mare 2.00 O. Ltmimon Host 8 year old Mitro 2,00 Class B—Farm and Drought. 8. Chrli'ton Stnlllou over 1 4.00 Geo. Markley 2d " 2.00 S. Charloton- Stallion 1 year old 1.00 Davis Hudson ':A Ml Kins Stnckcr Maro And Colt 3.00 R.C. Clsna !M 1.00 Win. Hot-lnson Draught Mn.ro 2.00 A. Lomraon GcMIng over 1 2.00 Davis Hudson 2d ' " 1.00 J no. Amsbaiigh Span Draught 4.00 S. Charloton 2d ' " 2.00 Samuel T.ommon Span for all purpnso 4.00 J. O. Ilaloy 2d " ' 2.00 Class C—Roadsters. A. Bakor Span Matclios . 4.00 S. Cole 2d 2.00 John Ewlng Driving horse 2.00 J. Plank 2d " " 1.00 Samuel Cole Under Sadtllo 2.00 C. Lenimon 2d " 1.00 Class D—Filleys. Samuel Colo 3 yoar old Goldlng 2 00 do do 2d " " l.C'O Jno. Mast 2 y oar old Gelding 1 .( 0 Thomss Gr...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 15 November 1860

lie I fc". ESTABLISHED A. D. 1826. MILLERSBURG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, I860. NEW SERIES-VOL. 22-NO. 39. Business Directory. WM. RIKI. r. CRITCimiLD. ituni) sc citiTciii'ii'i.i). ATTOIINEYS AT LAW, Millcnbure, Ohio. OHIcc Up stairs In Crltchflcld's Corner Mock, opposite the Court-house. n2Uti 1). N. UIII,, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Mlllcrsburg, Ohio. Ollicu In Mayer's building, orcr tho liook Store. n20tf. Will. H. TANNEYIIIM, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Mlllcrsburg, Ohio. Omce Two doors east of the U.tnk, up stairs. n20tf J. u. mciiAai, m. . PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Fredericksburg, Ohio. Respectfully announces his reudiucss to give prompt nttcutlou to all prul'csslonnl rails. He Is permitted to refer to tho Medical Faculty of tho University of Mlcldgan and to the Faculty of Mediclno of tho University ol New York city. Sept. 27, 16C0. n32m6 mi. s. i). niciiAitiis, HAS Located in llcrliu, Holmes County Ohio, Ho will attend to nil calls proper to his profession. Especial atten...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 15 November 1860

HOLMES COUNTY FARMER. OFFICE PAPER OF THE COUNTY. J A. A: i:. ES'ril.2,,11 lu blither!, mii.t.i:sjh)u, oinn, THURSDAY.: : : : : : NOV. 15, 1.8G0. Lincoln's Election Doubtful Lincoln's Election very Doubtful---A "Succedaneum" Wanted. Wo havo conversed with soma of the principal taoii of the Stato within a fuw days past nnd wo nro assured flint tilt1 election' in Ohio is not lognl nnd that the vote cannot be counted. Tin's is because Governor Dcnnison failed to issno hi proclamation for tho election according to taw. If tlio election in Ohio bo void, which thcio seems to ba but littlu doubt of, nnd cither California or Oicgon go against Lincoln it defeats him. In this state of affairs thn chances are in favor of Gen. Latio being Ficsident. Therein no reasonable doubt about both California and Oregon going against Lincoln. Should Lincoln bo defeated in this way, which wo look upon as highly probable, the Binds llcpublicati office-seekers will do aoiue laro "cussing." They must not, how...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 15 November 1860

HOLMES COUNTY FARMER. p r..-:r. I'lUJll.HDAY ....NOV. itu 1 8bQ LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Turn Out. Let Iho Democracy of Hnrdy Towntlilp all ho tit Iho election on Saturday next, and voto for Jon ALu'eiTsofi, Hsq,, Apples. Th!' office li Indebted to Mr.' A; J. McDmvct t. for a hag of lino apples. Messed Is ho who ro mombcreth tlio printer. House Burnt. Tito dwelling housool Mr. Maroarit Laniiah, Klllbueh Township, was burnt on tho tiljjlit of the 6th lust, No property of nny lilnd, uot uven cloth ing, was saved from tho flumes. A Nice Present. Willis Uoagland, Esq., presented us with n bag of very fine apples for which wo feel under inany obligations to him. Such favors arc always iuaiikfully.'thouah rarely, received. The Rooster. A delegation from Washington township will rieit :i fcomifilttto' from" Bfechanlo on Saturday, tho 1 7 th to receive the premium rooster, won by AVashlngtotml tho recent election. Arm Broken. A little son of Mr. John Stou. had an arm bro ken Oil Saturday ev...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 15 November 1860

November. 'Tl tasy to resign it toilsome place, But not to ntAiMge leisure with a grace) Absence of occupation li not reit, A mind quite meant la a mind Jls.rc?cd. Tlio veteran ateed.lilsUsk excused nt length, In kind compaction of hli full InR strength, And turned Into the park or mead to grme, Exempt from future service all his daft, There feels pleasure perfect In Its kind, Hunger at liberty, and tnulTs the wind, Hut nhen Ms lord would quit the busy rdtd, To taste a Joy like that he had bestowed, He poem, less happy than hh favored brute, A life of ease a difficult pursuit," Cowrta. Tho only period of rest in tho circle of tho farmer's yoar is now ntlmml; n period of enjoyment; but also one of peril. The business of cultivation the appropriate occupation of tholitisbamlmnti is done. Ho ha9 passed through the pressing cares of seed time and tillage, tho joyn of the early and latter harvests, and has welcnin the last of his crops to the ham and the granary. Ilia store, houses nit) ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 22 November 1860

r Mi mrm mm mi miiii MMMMiwiiwMwwwijwiMiMiiiiiiiiiim i mihiiju. .--I Ij'im'iiTiTO "- 'mi MMiwr i,m MrLISHED A. D. 1820. M1LLERSBU11G, OHIO, THURSDAY MOltMNG,. NOYJEM'tfJSR 22, 18(50 LNKW SEJUESMTOL. S2-N0. Business Directory. wm. irn, i n. cntTCiiriELD. nur4n a cniTciirn'iii). ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Mlllcreburg, Ohio. Ofllce Up stairs in Crltclificld's Corner Block, opposite tho Court-bouse. n20tt " D. S. U1IE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Millcrsburg, Olilo. ODlco In Mavcr's building, over tho Hook Store. ; ' ' n20lf. WM. 8. TANNIlYIIIIiIi ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Millcrsburg, Bhio. Office Two doors oast of tbo l!.tnk, up stnirs. nSOtf J.O. HICHAM, M. U. PTIYSICIAN & SURGEON, Fredericksburg, Ohio. Respectfully announces his readiness to givo prompt attention to all professional calls, He is permitted to refer to Ibo Medical Faculty of' tho Univerrityof Michigan and to tho Faculty of. Medicine of tlio University ot New York city. i. Sept 27, i860. n32mC dr. s. i). iiiciiakijs, HAS Located...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 22 November 1860

gdlmw wut Jnvimx UFFICIAL I'Al'IMl OF TIIK COUM'V. Mtt,T,EK3UCmU, olflo. TUUH3DAY, NOV. 22, 18C0 Hon. Hugh J. Jewett---Let the Campaign be Commenced. The Democracy Hint especially lliojo who are now paying 1 1 ie large incretiu of taxes Leaped upon tliciu by the corrup tion of Black Republican State Officer, are anxious to acs the afT.iirti of Stntt placed in other hands. Tliu Democrat! will go into tlio next Stnte contest nit I) an earnestness and n zeal foldotn equalled while thousanils of men will join us who votod will) tho Ri-ptillicnns at tho iceent election without being advised of tho gieat corruptions ami conKcquent inctcn.o of taxes tho present dynasty hnvo to answer for. But to mnlie success cortain it be hooves tho Dutnoeiacy to nominate) the very best and purest of men for State- and legislative office?. In casting around among the talented mou of tho Stato fur a candidato for Governor we can find no one who would bo more worthy or less objectionablo than Hon. lluon J. ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 22 November 1860

fiiufisuAY .NuvrasTTfiou LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Elopement, Free Fight, &c. On Tuteday of hit week while utiindlng on the platform of tlio depot building at Crestline, wait ing for the train to start eastward, a train arrtvrd from the cast. The first persona wo recognized, getting from tlio train, wcro W. K. Scott aud the wife of Lett L. Jolnifon, of Marlboro, Stark county. They readily recognized u, canto up to where wo were, aud niter tlio muni salutations inquired when, a train would leave for lic'.lcfoim. tain. We answered as well as wo could. Know Ing both the parties to be tho strongest klud of frcelove, nlggerivorshlppliig Black Republicans we concluded thcro was an elopement on hand but did not ciprcss this conclusion to tho pair. Mr. Scott was expressing his dillght over the elec tion of' Lincoln In tlio strongest kind of terms when who should conic up but LoM L. Johnson and. the wife of W. K. Bcott. Tho women In stantly recognlicd each other, and without utter ing ft ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 22 November 1860

More of it Defalcation of $12,000 by the Black Republican Treasurer of Vermont. Tho lllnck Ki'publicnini bont of thoir virtues rtiul their litiicst to luaungo tlio money of tho Jrcoplo. But on coining in to power tliey lmvo rim-tbo jiiiblio tiwvait ries lnrgely into debt. Loolc nt Now York wlioro their cor rtittiotu lmvo been nstouiniiiig. Their ,'urrtipt bnrgftining, fiml tolling of vote, in tho Lcginlnturo nt Atbnuy lust wintor, was n tihocking cotiitiiontary noon tlie lioiiowt r.rofesMons MasMiclnisetts, Now tliunmhiro, Mninc ..,.1 r.. .n.- Slolna linvn I.,.,. I. ill I I Ilium Lie) HUH ,ll. ..'.,..- 11...V VV-... .... ...... "J tliem in luiblio tlubt.-t. Deacon L'ock, tho Ti-o.t.snrer ot .umno, n .t..rlilln. If. (tin ntiwilltll (if AUX 1)00 k'M.m of which it wns bhown Im ox- Tiunilml for nnrtr t)liritO0. rI lio Irtto btivto LiunMtiror of MiuhiRan, n DlnekHepiiblicnti, i n .tlefaiillur to tbu nmoiint of SU0 000 otato oenntor r ry. of Voivo.ter, nn-1 other inontl rofonn Black, li.t...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
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