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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 29 March 1860

f f ESTABLISHED A. D. IS2G. wrLbEjtsiiujta, omo, Thursday moaning, march 20, isoo. NEW SERIES - VOL. 22-NO. 0. Poetry. SOMEBODY'S SON. BY TWILIGHT. Somebody's son was outlast night, iliulslng about llio town; Audi If I mistake not, lio vim tight, "Tight as a Derby nlonn." I know ho's couldcred a moral youth, Aliotc timplclnti 1 but ttmt la no reason why, to tell tlic truth, 11c hadn't "a biick lu his lint." Daylight morality often takes Blrangu fancies Into its head, And "play the devil," or "jump up snakes,' ' When lha public eye Is In bed. "Mu son can't dance" Someboly said, 'll'or never a lesnn took ho" But he danced last night, while yon wcro in bed, And "Twilight" was there to sec. You may cull ldaneing, or not, as you feel, Though for half an hour, or more, Ho danced, or "jigged," a "tangle-foot reel," In front of my office door. "My son can't euig'" Somebody swear?, Hut he sung last night, I know, As Iwllish a song, ns a demon dare i To Eing In the regions below. "My eon don'...

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. — 29 March 1860

Mil jjt u.nm.'Wi'iiui 0FFICIA1, l'AVtll (IV Till' 0(11 "H J. A. A: 12, UM'll.li,tl 'nlliKliL'i,. juiiLKitsnuno, omt), THURSDAY. : : I' - MAROIl 20; 18G0 For Preniilcnt, TllcNomillCCOf tllC Charleston Convention. Tr.... tit !... IM-ltf nrill. V jrnv--ii - - ! TT hope the Xorthcm Republicans wll remain firm, and if the Union must go, wAv. "W Acr tlidc." HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN. Prairie Township Ticket. The Democracy of I'rniria township, on Saturday last, nominated tho follow ing ticket. Trustcos. R. J. CAMERON". SAMUEL RONAR. ROBERT TAYLOR. Clerk. R. A. TAYLOR. Aacssor. PETER HAMMOND. Tiensurcr. JOHN LIN OS AY. Constables N. D. BELL. HUDSON McCULLOUG II Supervisor. JOHN MORGAN. The above arc all good men, well quali fied for tho positions for which they have been solectcd. and wo hopo tho gallant Democracy of Praiiio will elect every man of them. Let thoroba a full vote and a triumph will follow. The Election Law. Judges at tliocoming election will re member that a man with a family...

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. — 29 March 1860

(ncBBeanRsen I'll 'J'lIUIWDAY MARCH 29, IRfiO LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Primary Election. Tho Democracy of tlilis loiwifhlp, on Saturday last nominated tlio following ticket t Justice- of the Peace KOIIKRT JU3TIC1J. Trustees. OEOKOi: UIII., Sr. JAMES CL.ANT.Y. SAMEL BARTON. Treasurer. JAMES IIEI1HON. Assessor. JOHN McCOMUS. Clerk. JOHN S. OKU. Constables. DAVID SKtttJ.Y. JOHN MUNRER. ANDREW TARRAR. Tor corporation offices tlio following gentlemen wcro nominated! Mayor. DANIEL S. UHL. Rccoiiler. W1LLLIAM M. LOUTHER. Trustees. LOUIS .MAYERS. L.R. CRITCIII-'II'LD. JAMES McFADDIN. KOHINSON ERENCU. A. A. CRUMP. Caskey on the Democratic Nominations. Our neighbor Gaskey Is futlousovertho Demo emtio primary election on Saturday lust. Ho char acterizes It ns a drunken row ko. In all our read ing of newspapers wo have nevcrknown so many falsehoods placed In ono article. Ho talks about tlio tickets being prepared before that day , Now, bo far ns that Is concerned wc know it to bo false. Nearly ...

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. — 29 March 1860

Business Directory. WM. RF.SD. f.. K. CRtTCllFIKLll. itnm .v ritnriiriPi.i. ATTOUNBYS AT LAW, Millrrrtmrg, Ohio. Offlce--Ui ttnirs In Crllcliduld'a Corner Block, opposite the Court-lion"!', liDOtt n. s. nut,, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Mltlerslmrp, Ohio. OlSco InMajcr'a building, over the Hook Ftore. n20tf, WM. S. TAJfNUYIllI.I, A TTORNBY AND COUNSKM.OR AT V LAW, MllleMlmrg, Ohio. Olllco Two doors cast of the Il.mk, tii stairs. n20tf a. .1. nri,i VTOTARY rUIlLIC, Millcrsliurg Ohio. rtelis X at alt times ro.ulj- to I'lirnisli, fill up, mid tako acknowledgments of all klndsof Deed", Con veyances, mortgage?, and powers of Atlornojs, Ukc DeKX!tloin to bo Ued in anj ol'tlio cuurtn'ot' tli'H State. Also, Protest Note, HilU of ex change, Arc. (UTllij olfico Is In the Cotinlv Au ditor's oflico. niMltf nit. o. w. uiiiA(.i:. T5HYSICIAN k Sl'KGKON. Would respect X fully Inform the citizens of IItiliiieilllc and vicinity that holms located hlm-elf in said place for the practice of his profession. Ollice ...

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. — 5 April 1860

mntznimnnnni Site ffl ESTABLISHED A. D. 1826. MILLEHSBURG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, APJUL 5, 1S60. NEW SERIES VOL. 22-NO. 7. Poetry. AN ADIEU. A blooming Ins of sweet sixteen First roused mv admiration, With looki so mild, I thought that sho Loved me like nil creation j Mv boyish heart nt lat found words it tale of love to tell her, Ami listened when she fondly sworo Sho loved eotno other feller! Mr second was moro lovely far Than all the girls around her, With mules and niggers, stock and land", And money too confound hers I coaxed her wl'h a cunning tnnirne, And nought sho asked refused her. But when she hepped me to ! 'excuse," I, llko a fool, "excused her." The next had charming, poldcn curls, Around her shoulders floating, With lip and eye and volco so sweet, I scarce could help from courtingj So mild, so gentle too, was she So little touched with evil, Hut when I made mv motive known, She proved a perfect d coquette! I tried again, with like results, The lower and tho higher Ea...

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. — 5 April 1860

Holmes County Farmer. OF1-1CI M. l'AlT.lt OF T11K COUNT V. .1. A7A:iyri:.VSTn.ir,JJ l'libH-liors. MlLMJlWHITIW.'t OHIO, THURSDAY. : : : : A PHIL, 0, 1800. For President, The A'oiuinn' ofllic Charleston Convention, j ItciiuolW-uit IMiitloriii. We hope the Xorthern Jtejniblicans'. will remain firm, and if the Union must go, why, '-let her slide." HOLMES COUN-j TV REPUDLIOAN. Blake. Helmick & Co. Rome Rhick-Ropiiblicnns hotenbout nro 1;ecn to swear that they me not Abolition-1 j-- Ti,... M rin. ,,M..iiin,r Jnen-(over ly alone wheio it exists, Sic. Their o joining over the opeintions of the Under ground Rniltond givo the lie to those pi o fessions, and so, also, do their votes for Abolitionists for itnpoitniit offices, but wo havo now a nut for them to Crack, nml wo want to sco how they will go nboutit. On the 2Gth of March Hauiu Hon G. Rlaki:, of this State, introduced in tho lower, House of Congress the fol lowing. Whereas, Tlic chnttcliiig of mankind nnd tin holding of pcroin in ...

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. — 5 April 1860

Holmes County Framer. TIIUKSIJAY .J..AWUL6.IB60 Holmes County Framer. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Horse and Buggy Lost. Boo ntlvertlsoinent of Mr, Cameron vlio Ims probably been tliilillcd out of ft liorso ami buggy. Horse and Buggy Lost. Who Will be First. Stiulro Justice iroH)8C8 to marry tbo first couplo tlmt present tbemselves frcc-gratls.for nothing. Post Office. Tho Post OlTlco lias been removed lo Clay Street, Immediately Nortb of Miilvntio'a Store. Removal. removed Stovo and Tin SWc to one of Wr.micii's new rooms limncdl ntely opK)t.ltc tbo Farmer oflico. A Change. A. 11. Fnr lias removed bis Jewelry Store toono of Wtmicu's now looms opponlto tbo Farmer olllcc. Arm Broken. (ikohof. Stoll, son of John Stoll, bad bis arm broken on Monday evening by getting a fall from n, woik bencb on wblcb be was phjing. Documents. We arc Indebted to lion. W, IIei.mick, Hon. J. Stout, Hoi). C. L. Vallandigiiam and otbers for documents. Important Notice. Wo Icnui that II. C. Drown, Ksq., has conc...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 5 April 1860

Business Directory. V7U. RQ.D. I.. R. CMTCHMKLD. ur.nn &. cntTciii'ii'i.u. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, MlllcnuurE, Ohio. Oftlco Up stairs In CrltcbfielU'j Comer Block, opposite the Court-house. ri2"tt u. s. uur.. TTOUNEY AT LAW, Mlllcr-buri- Ohio. -In Mayer's building, ovtr me Hook Store. n'JOtf. Wfll. S. TAJiNUVlMI.l. 4 TTORNEV ANU COUN6KLL011 AT VV LAW, ."Mlllcrtburg, Ohio. (Jlllee To doors cast of trie Hank, up stairs. ti'.'uti A. .1. It 1.1,1,, NOTARY PUnLtC.MUlersburg Ohio. He Is at nil times ready to furnish, fill up, nhd tako acknowledgments of all kindsof Deeds, Con- Tornnoe.. mnrtiffloos. nnd rmuTN of Allrimeva. take Depositions to be used In tmy oftlio courts of this State. Also, Trotert Notts, Hills of ex-' change, .Vc. 03llUoCUo U In the Countv Au-! Uitor's office. ni!0tf - i 1111. i. W. IIAMACIt. i "OHYSICIAN ciSUROIiON. Would respect-1 .1. full v inform the citizens of llolu'i'svlllo and 1 vicinity that he lis a located himself In said place for the practice of his professio...

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. — 12 April 1860

uuuaiMjciHuiMarw M .11 I I I..- - - - - . lie ESTABLISHED A. I). 1820'. MILLEKSIJUllG, OHIO, THURSDAY MOHNINO, APRIL 12, KSO'O.L XEW SJ2IUJ5S-VOL. 22-NO. S. Poetry. BOYHOOD. BY THE LATE CHARLES HAMMOND. How oft, urntd tlio sordid utrlfo Of vtordly wisdom, have 1 turned To uicmor ' ocno of enr'y llfo 1 And o'er rny Jojoin boylioml mourncdi IIu'T eft htiro wlilio'd ln'nl euro luul pain, To bo that buomut bar ugnln 1 To ttocp bonoatli tho tlnutlng roof, And hear tho vattcrlnit mill driiyl fail, Orliitcuto thu lively proof Of vngranta round tuy airy halt. Yet riso tttmorn wlt'u wonted gloc, To wado tho brook or climb tho tree. To join the iturdy reaper' train. What tluio tlio lark liermutlu ting When, mounting vrlth Impassioned strain, Sho bathos In light her gllramorins wlugs, And pulsed in air, l scarcely eeon So hlxh ninld tho dazzling slicon. 'Twamlno totrapbcsldo tho strcamf, Or angle 'neath tho alder's sliudo, To tend tho plow, or drive tho team, Or seek tho herd In distant clade,...

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. — 12 April 1860

gSolmw (Ccmilg farmer; OKKICIAl. I'APKM OF I'll K I'OUM V, j. A. a i:. i:vriLi., it ruMi-rins. MILLEKSni HJ, OHIO, THURSDAY. -.TiTArML, 12, 1S00. For President, The Nominee of the Charleston Convention. Charleston Convention. A tmr are aware tlie Demo- rratii;,Nationa1 Convention will assemble at Charleston one week from next Mon itor. Every Tenon is anxious to know who hat tlie inside track for tlic nomina lion. A majority of the Democracy of thii county are for Senator Docdla, while llfSTT.n, CRACKlNniDOF, LANRail'l PlKtiCK all have friend. Tho Democracy of this rwinty, we believe without an exception, are ready to give a vigorous cuppoi t to the nominee, whoever he rimy he. We cannot venture a prediction a to who will secure tho nomination. We have long since paid that Senator Doto I ah would go into the convention with about a hundred vote, and that no ma terial additions could he got to thnt num ber, and we have had no reason to change that opinion. Id short we look upon his no...

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. — 12 April 1860

Holmes County Farmer. THURSDAY Al'RILia, 1800 LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Gone East. J. Mulvank is now In the Emtorn cities Imy'ng liis spring mipply ol gnotls. Tiny will bo her In cuurae of vorjf tour J.yn. Kl ... i Look Out. Peraotii. ho dcalro A valuable) location Tor the fiukcr or Coiifectliiimry businomi, or for both phoulU read the advertisement of R. Wiif.atun, In to-dny't paper. Dr. Richards. Our rcadcra of tho region round about Berlin will please notice the caul of Dr. R. chard. The Jr. la hlylily (pokin of by thoso who know him ncll. Dr. Richards. Sugar Cane Seed. W, Dray hivs riceived and lias fjr sulo a huge lot of Chinese Ktigar Cane Seotl. Thia crop hu proven very profitable to farmers. Set! advertisement. Tailoring. We would call the attention of every man or boy Who wears clothes, which most of them do here about, to tho advertisement cf A. 8. Lovtim-b, Fashionable Tailor. Selling at Cost. 11. J. Connkb has removed his shoe store to tho roam recently occupied bv Sell'r...

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. — 12 April 1860

Business Directory. a. ion, t.. . eairciiriixD lll'.in ciini -hhi VTT0KNK.Y3 AT 1W, MMcrrbmg. Ohio Ollii't L'p atuirs in Crilchuol.l'a L'onici I'nivk, npjHwitB tbe Court house. ntiUtl 1. S. "ill I.. VTTORSEY ' LAW, .M.llctsburo;, Ohio Oilico in .Mmcr'a buiMiug, our the Hook Store. ' ti?Utt. MM. S. TANNr.YIMM. I TTORNEY AND COUNl'.I.I.0U AT 'V LW, Miltrr-hui tr, Ohio. Cine Two doora c.-t of the 1'auk, tip stub's. A. .1. HI 1. 1., VTOTAnY PUBLIC, MillerAurg Ohio, llr-h-el all times ready to furnish, till up, am, take ackiiowk J'nii'iit-ol' nil kiuddof DueiU, Con Te.itneos, mortgipca, nnd powcn of Attorn, .vs. take Depositions to be ined in any of ilio couiUol tint Statu. A Proton Notts, tills of cx change, Jtv. 1J lUi uflicu is in ihc Countv Au di tor'e ofiiee.. nv?'Jtl" ii ii . i:. . it "i t: v.. IYHY31CIAN 4 fL'I.GLON7, Would rn.wct fully im .'i in ilio ci'oik ot HoliiicMvillu onJ ; vioiniivili.U lie v.f kiiitJ liinifll in lid place j r .i 1.:. . . ... i hi'.... '.... it mi; r ii in...

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. — 19 April 1860

Sfc ilfii ,!'' ifi ESTABLISHED A. 1). 1S2C MILLHItSHUlUi, OHIO, THURSDAY MOILMMJ, AIMHL 1!), I SCO. NEW SKHIKS-VOL. 22-NO. 9. Poetry. THE ROSE OF ALLENDALE. The morn was fair, tlie skies wore clear, No breath came o'or the sea, Wlien Mury left her hlylilnin) cot, And wandered forth with mot Though flowers clerked tho mountain's uldo, And fragrance tilled tlio vale, By fur the sweetest tiowera there, Was tho Hose of Allcudule. Where'r I womler'd cunt and west, Though fute bejran to lower, A solace still was sho to mo, In sorrow's lonely hour; When tempests lash'd our pillftnt bark , And rent her shivering sail, One maiden form withstood tlio storm, 'Twss the Rose of Allcndnlo. And when my fevcr'd Hi were pareh'd, On Africa's burning snnd, She whispcr'd hopes mid happiness, And tales of distant land; My life hail been a wilderness, Unblest by fortune's frnlo, ' Had fate not linked my lot to her. Tho Koso of Allendale. Interesting Story. THE LITTLE CABIN BOY. I shall never forget it th...

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. — 19 April 1860

Holmes County Farmer. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. J. A. & E. ESTILL, Pubilshers. MILLERSBURG, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL, 19, 1860. For President, The Nominee of the Charleston Convention. Black Republican Attack on the Groceries. East fall tho people of Ohio "voted for tho best men" to lcprcscnt them in the Stnto Legislature. Of those elected to represent tho pcoplo of tho Stato n large majority of thorn woro proper nice men, and "friends of freodom." It was confi dently expected that they would ilovi.se ways and moans to put nslop lo tho sale of intoxicating liquors. To this end pe titions wcro sent in by tho hundred, mid among the rest a long 0110 wns nmt from this place. Something had to bo done. A committee on temperaeo was appointed but they could doviso no means to oxter minute the cause of complaint until Gov ernor Ohnso was consulted, when it was agreed that inasmuch ns tho pcoplo of Ohio bad drank about enough tanglefoot the Legislatures of Kentucky niyl Tonnes Fee should...

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. — 19 April 1860

Holmes Country Farmer. Thursday..................April 19, 1860 LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Acknowledgments. Hun. William Ih.LiucK lmsourtlintikslorpulj. Ho documents. New Goods. J. Mulvank li.ia commenced receiving Ida now goods. Look out for bargains. " The Flood. Great tlanmEO was dono by tlio recent rains to railroads. Most of them, however, aro all right again. Our road la good as now. To the Ladies. Han't fall to read 3Ira. Wortn's advertisement. Of course it would bo no tiso for us to toll you to call and too her goods jon will go, sure. Council Meeting. At n meeting of tho town council on Saturday evening Jostrii Work was elected Marshal, und James French Street Commissioner. The Laws. This week wo commenco tlio publication of tho laws. Our readers will not be much annoyed with them, eIiico wo expect to publish all lu two or threo more isauo3 of our paper. Religious. A protracted meeting was recently held at tho Trcbbytcrlan Church In this piece. Some fifteen or twenty joined t...

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. — 19 April 1860

LAWS OF OHIO: PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [Continued from First Page.] [No. 26.] AN ACT To nmoml section tlireo lininlrod mnl lliir- tocn of tlio Act to establish ft Coda ol Civil procedure. Section 1. JJe it enacted by tit Gener al Assembly of the State of Ohio, Tlmt ctioii tlireo l'lini'dred uml tlilrtceu of tlio net in- .tint "An Ai t to vsbtblisli s Coile ol Civil IVo- .Jaroi" bo eo amctuKil to read as billows: ---ctlou 313. I"op.illy shall tie tilluntsl to U'Stil'y y virtuo of suction tlireo lmlidieil and ti-n , nbou iC adverse party is the guardian or tin Itllol, or a. jnitlo.urof a denfutid dumb person, or tlio exo- jrora aealumi uuniu person, or mo exo- administrator of a deceased lwrwui, or tho . .. i .1 i f . i i .ilor or administrator ol a ucctMseu pvnmii, or the ;ttirdlaii ot'.i cldld or children of n ilocc.ictl jwr .)n, wiien inc iicts iu no tii-uviii truiispiri'u u t the dentil ofsuch deceased iivrsulis, except in . uitj upou contracts which shall li it o been enter ed int...

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. — 26 April 1860

'-z- -y w imn ii . iiiinMuiiiiiiimiiiMiMiii . """ 1 11 1 "" i i urn i mim nitiiniimi mi . in irwiiiin ,m mi mmj1L j.jman , wm mm nm nm ! i ESTABLISHED A. D. 182(5. MILLERS BURG, OHIO, TI I LFRSDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 1800. NEW SERTES-VOL. 22-NO. 10. Poetry. WHEN YOU AND I WERE YOUNG. BY MIGNONA. O, Cassy Cnrnc, sweet Cassy Catno, How blithe llio rolin emipj How bright, liow beautiful tlio ciutli When you mid I wcro young. Tlio sky wns then n broad bluo tea, With glittering diamonds strung; And Timo iv golden pinioned bird When jou mid I were young. How light your step, how glnd your cyo As on my arm yon hungj Or pluckd tlio smiling woodland flowers, When you and I wcro joung. Sweet Cassy, then my throbbing licnrt Oft trembled on nty tongue, Yet no'ro could breathe its wcnllh of lovo When you and I wcro young. But Cassy Cnrnc sweet Cnssy still, Our sands nro well nigh run Your step la slow, your eyes nro dim, For wc, no more nrc young. BY MIGNONA. Miscellaneous. Will the Coal Fields H...

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. — 26 April 1860

Sttahnw (ffjomrtj! Avnmv (hfUlM. VXVV.tl OK I'll 13 COUNTY. j. a." a a. i:sn.? miMiBishi;k(,ohio Al'UIL, 20, lfeOO. THURSDAY, For President. The Nominee of the ffearlrMon Convention National Convection. Tho PiinocrotiiS National Convention w.n called to order on Monday by Judgo Smai.i.y. lion. Oaixu O.siiixn, of Mas- mchuH'ttK, was elected I'losidi'iit of tho Convention. Two propositions of inter ests submitted wore ogiood to tho onoto nllow Delegates, whun not instructed by tho Convention that appointed them, to voto fin tliuy pleased, anil tlio otlior tliat, as at Cincinnati, the platform should first he constructed and the candidates after wards nominated. Beyond tho adop tion of thoso resolution, hut little of in terest transpired. Our latest news does not give any indication as to who will ho (he nominee, hut doubtless the nomina tion will he made and kn.ivrn over the county uoiote Uii t i:vr leaohcs u.i our rcadcis. Upon tftklug the cii.iii tiw voitorabir Mr. Cusiitso aid. Gi:...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 26 April 1860

.".Al'lUtels, 18G0 rilUliSIMY.. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Thanks. To E. H. lltRKtv Tor of Iowa tuipcrs. Court. Tlio Mny term of tho Court of Common l'lcns for tlila county will comrntiico on Tucsdny next. Railroad. Dy reference) to tlio published timo tnblo it will bo teen tlint Initortnnt changes lmvo been nindo In tho nrrlvals imJ depnrturrs of tlio traliia. Wheat Prospects. From w lint wo lmvo seen nml otlicnvlpo learned of tho growing w heat crop of Una county w o con cluilo It la about m promising na usual. John Hall. Mr. Ham., who liml hislcgbrokcn nt In tho early part of tho winter, and whoso llfo was ilispared of by his friends nml physicians Is Blonly Improving with a fair prospect of his recovery. Election. Tho Trustees of this, Hardy Township, hive fucd Saturday the 2d d.iy of Juno for a special election to elect one Justlco of the l'eace to suc ceed II. T. Cwtchfield, Esq., whoso term expires. Godey. Godcy's Ladys' Hook, for May, Is n, splendid number. Every lady should h...

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. — 26 April 1860

LAWS OF OHIO: Published by Authority. [Continued from First Page.] Tor fMrinco nml rciKJrtgfortimtitil'iictiirifigb'i", four litinilrctl tlolliirH. l'ir -.linker w.lifiij nmvliluo. llifco liimilrcil lultnl. Tor repairing rimf of I nivtiin Asylum nt New lmrgli, I'iglil luimlnil mid ilfty-llvu dollars mitl -soH'ti colils. DEAF AND DUMB ASYLUM. For tlio mimics of tho niipcriiitoiiilciit, Mow anl, nmtroii, pliydicmii nutl tencliiTa of Iho In stitution' fur tlio ciliicntiuii of thu ilmf nml; tltimli, fcven tliousnnil two litinilretl nml filly dollar. Tor pmvIntoM nnd nccrssnrj cuircnt ox jienstn nml rcpairis of Niid myluin, four tliim Kind dollars. And for tlio first qn.irtcr of iho yenr 1801, throo thousand dollars, BLIND ASYLUM. For the payment of tlio wtlnrien nl the super intcndcnt.s'.ownnl, inntron.ph ficiim ami loilMi trsrnf tlio ll Mihitiun lor thu etliinition of Iho lilind, four Ihousaud four hundred and twenty live ilollais. For pmvUlons and ineeswary current ox nnv and repairs ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
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