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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 14 March 1861

lie wiifi ESTABLISHED A. D. 1826. MILLERSBUltG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1861. NEW SERIES-VOL. 23-NO. 4. Business Directory. WV. MED. L. R. CRITCIlrlELO HEED & CRITCIiriUtiU. A TTOIINEYS AT LAW. Mlllcreburc. Ohio. XV. Olllco Up stairs In CrltcliDeld's Comer mock-, opposito tliu uouri-iiousc. ibuii D. S. VIVL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Mlllcrsbure, Ohio. Oflleo In Mayer's building, over tlio Book wore. nSOtf. VM. S. TANNEYIIII-Ij ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Millersburg, Ohio. Office Two doors. cast of (ho Bank, up utalrs. nSOtf J. P. ALII AN, TTV ENTIST, MiUcrsburg, Ohio, Artificial Teeth JL insortcu, trom ono to an cntlro set, on goal, sliver or vulcnnUo base. All operations skilfully performed. Satisfaction warranted, tCTHooms ia tho Ellison llouso. n41. J. E. ATKINSON, DENTIST, Mlllorsburg, Ohio, tenders his professional servlcos to all who may need anything in tho way of Teeth opcratlous, consist In Filling, Extracting and Inccrtiug from ono to ancnuroscc. mi. J.G. THOU A...

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. — 14 March 1861

fijolmra Cwnrtg gmww. oKFiri w. .'Arm of Tin: uoi:.xn ill " J. A. & E. ESTILL, Editors. TnUltSD.VY.1Tr : MAUUIl 14, 18(31. Three New Territories. Near Uio close of llie recent pension of Cungrc- lii'l wai tensed ami approved ly President Itil uiiAiAM for tho organization of tho Torittorles of Colorado, Navnda ntnl Delcntah. '1'he bill neith. cr esUblLhcs ur prohibits sluury In imy of thu tcrrltorlo-i, therefore llioy may very properly bo coiialiloredtolioest.ibllfhedoiithodoctr'iiieoftHjp ulur sovcielgnty. Tliu new Tenitory of Colorado cMhmw the. famous Tilie' Peak nihihy region, and hidudoH parU of 1Cans,i.J, N'tl'ittsk.i ttlid lUsteiu lltiih It h.is un nio.i of about one hiuidied thoiuuuid njunro mile?, and culitalus about tweuty-Gvo thoufaud iiili.ilit.iiits. Nevada is taken from H'cMcin Utah and Call foiniii It Includes the new silu-r mluliif; Was Wk) legion, aixl the no km famous Cnrsnu Val- UakotMi, uliich ij taken fiom At hit was form erly tho Territory of Minnesota, lies...

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. — 14 March 1861

..MAHOII 14, 16U1 TJlUllriDAY LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Removal. ' Th Karhka offico 1ms been removed to Ma ykh'i building, otic door castof tliu l'ost Oflico, up stairs. Township Tickets. Wo will print a sufficiency o( tickets fur any township in tlio County except Hardy fur ono dol lor and a lialf. Thoso desiring tickets printed should gtvo us timely nutlco. Gone East. our nro now In tlio East buying their spring stocks Jacob Ciickuvfiolmes, Louis Mayer, Hlij-amin Cohn and Juhn E. Kucn. Complimentary. ' When Treasurer Raifk appeared at Columbus to mako bis sottloincnt, and liatidcd his settlement ehoet to tho Auditor of Stato that olllccr remark cd that Holmes county had ono of tho best, and most correct Auditors in tlio State. Selling at Cost. GEoaoi Heed, Nashville, has determined to soli his goods off at cost, for ready pay , until tho 5th of April. Evory person knows Geoboe woU enough to bo fully awaro that when ho says he is selling'at cost that ho is doing as ho says. Call xt ...

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. — 14 March 1861

. 25 25 . 1CX I AO . a.s Ml 2.V 50 300 1 00 1 00 2S GUArUiMtCKO Family Mcdciciwcs ! RETAIL-FKtCESi VoitelsMo rills, per box. Groon.Mountaln Olntmoiit, per boi. Kareaparllln, per bottle, Chlldrens' Panacea, per bottle, Eye Lotion, pur boitlo. Fever and Aiiuo Rcmeny, per box. Health Hitters, per packago, lJysenlary Syrup, per bottle, Consumptives' Balm, per bottle, Jlaishala' Uterine Catholieon, per bottle, Grauenbcro Tile Remedy, per boltlu HI I ..r II.. tilt. nt'F l-Utlfi. for Sale by tlm City Druajists; also by Agents Id the principal towns of Ohio. HOME TESTIMONY. mRTroRti.TruinbullCo.,Ohlo, March 7, 1857. 1 heroby ccrtily that I have been dealing in the Oraireiibcrg Medicines for the past year, and can truly say that 1 hayc never olPrcd any medicinos to tho public that have mot i ill the decided appro bation or the people liko tlwso, particularly the Fills and Catholieon. They will readily perlorm all and mote than is promised for them. have old about filty. bottles of -.ho Catho...

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. — 21 March 1861

r r- 1 t II . WfliliO SO T LlJL ESTABLISHED A. D. 1926-3- MILLERSBURG, OHIO, THURSDAY AIOIINING, MARCH 21, 1801.' NEW SERIES-VOL. 23-NO; 6& Ik "nunln I Business Directory. WM.jl.tEO., I...R. CBlTOIIFjr.LD, K"KHED JU CIUTCHFIKIii).' 4 " f ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Mlltersburgf Ohio. . OIBco Up stairs In Crltchflcld's Comer Block, opposite tho Court-house. f juS0ttV ; f D. S. UIIL, . """EfT 's TTOUNEY AT LAW, Mlllcrsburg, Ohio. OlBcri Iti Mayor's building, oTer tho Book Wore. nQOtf. "VM. S. TANNKYIIU.Ii " A TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT J. LAW, Mlllcrsburg, Ohio. Office Two doors cast of tho Bank, up stairs. nSOtf ZiZn J. V- AI4IIAN1 1 fVENTfST.Alflicrsburg, Ohio, Arttnctsfacctn XJ Inserted, from one to an cntlro set, on gold, silver or rulcntitto baeo. All operations skilfully performed' Satisfaction warranted. .ID-Rooms In tho Ellison Housd. n41r T J. E. ATKINSON, " DENTIST, Mlllereburg, Ohio, tenders his .professional .services. to all who may need anything In tbo way of Teeth operations, ...

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. — 21 March 1861

Hate: gwmn. 0"mCl.Ti FA I'WuF'fuK. coukt vT" J. A. & B. ESTILL, Editors THURSDAY. : MARCH 121, 1801. How now about the Expedition! A month ago the Ucpublicam wcro nil fur war against Ihe Souih. Tory, triltor and other such "choice oplthotiwero tiy thcra applied to every man who opposed clrll war. They wcro ready to inarch In scrrfol calumtt against tho South at tho word of command, which "honest Old Abe" nas expected to givo upon taking the rclna of govern ment In his hands. But a chango has como over the spirit of their dreamsj Mr. Lincoln Ban fit toiH follow iu the footsteps of Mr. Hcciianani ho has, to all appearance, concluded to carry out the peace policy Inaugurated by tho Democratic party, and Instantly, In the twinkle of an cj c (he whole army of Mack Republican ravers, routers, fighters and hangmen aro as calm as a summer's morning. Place tho profile of that paity of a month ago with that of the same party of to-day and no rea sonable, candid man can come to any other r...

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. — 21 March 1861

Holmes County Farmer. THURSDAY MARCH 31, IBbl. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Thanks To Just Viwt of Mcchanlo township, L. M. MiiirLLEq.,orWiiili!tigto:i, Jaoo Sloop, of German, and olhora for new subscribers. Koch's Corner. Koch's new goods are now In tho market, advertisement In another column. Boo Louis Mayer Ii now receiving h'u Spring supply of new and seasonable goods to which tho attention of tho public Is respectfully Invited. Remember That tho Township elections will bo held on Monday tho 1st of April. Ever) Domocrat should attend theso elections. New Goods. CmnavnoLMES has Just received a very largo stock of goods from tho Eastern cities to which ho" Invites tho nttcntion of his numorous customers and "tho rest of mankind." Lightning. Thoso who deslro to protect their buildings from tho dangers attendant upon tho thunder storms of the coming season should read Bray's advertisement in to-day's paper. Godey's Lady's Book For April has been received, laden, as usual, with Its beaut...

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. — 21 March 1861

BREVITIES. TiiB.miin wild wns "Mtinci tho times," propoos to got tuiiiiil in front, Uahf lion, hits been itfScovcfeil 1J bo nn nntitloto to tlmt terrible poison, strycli nino. i We ennnot control tlio tongues of otliora, Ltit a good lifb enables us to tlo piso,"ctilrltnhics; !(Cn't Wo mnl;e votir lover jenlous, 3IiW "Oil yes, sir, I think wo caiii if v?ot(f our head together." A mnn who commit niiieiito tloos it rash act; but ho, who caU(bat,'on ftlr breakfast does a lasher. . Tnrl fcocoml ilaiighter of Ucn. Ilnrncy j hau just been matricd, in 1'aris, to Count j duNouo, an officer in tlio guard. Ooon" Anvisn. Unsbn nd 'Mary, iiy lov'oY'tliii a)ilo diiniiiling i.i ntit half dono.' Wife 'Well, finish it then, my dear." Tin", peovisb, tho niggard, the dissaiifi fied,,tho paKsionate, tho suspicious, nnd those i who livo upon otlici'n tncans, nio forever unhappy. Wouldn't you know this vnnth to bo my son?" "Why, nhom I yes, tho maker's nnmo is stamped on tho blado In law terms, proof pos...

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. — 28 March 1861

lie I ESTABLISHED A. D. 1826. MILLEIiSBUJIG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, MA11CH 2$, 1861. NEW SERIES-VOL, 23HNO, 6. Laws of Ohio. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 1.] AN ACT To amend Section fifteen of nn Act on "Act regulating tlio modo of admlnl stcr- , Ing Assignments In trust for tho benefit of .Creditors," passod April 0, 1850. Section 1 . Be it enacted by the General At tembly of the State of Ohio, Tliut section fifteen of tlio libovo described net to bo so amended as to read as follows: Section flltcon. Noth ing in this act shall bo so construed as to re quiro any property oxempt from levy or salo upon execution to bo delivered up for pay ment of debt, or to authorlzo any property belonging to tho wlfo boforo marrlugo, and not converted to tho husband's uso, to b t&kon In paymont of tho dobts ol her hus band, If tlio assignor shall seek to avail him self of a homestead oxomptlon under tho pro visions of this section it shall bo tho duty of tho appraisors provided for in tho third...

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. — 28 March 1861

grime gmmig mm?. J. A. & E. ESTILL, Editors. lor sxiT.iintsitujtOt oino, THU118DAY, : ; : : MAUOIt 28, 1801. nglnc The Constitution of the Southern Confederacy-The Ultimatum of the South. TheConstltutlon adopted by tho Southern Con federacy Is tho oM Constitution of tho United States with certain explanatory amendments uhlch may be regarded ns tlio ground tipeu whtcli nals tho South will agree to a reconstruction of tho ! Union. Many conservative men of tho North and hare oinrcssbd a desire to know tinou what grounds tho States could ho joined In fraternal brotherhood, or divided without war. Wo regard the Cmstltiition adopted by tho confederated States ns the ground ol Union, or a division of tho Union. Their Constitution, in addition to tho Constitution of tho United States, dcnuiuU: 1st- Tint African slavery In tho Territories will for to shall bo recognized and protected by Coiigrem and , u the Territorial Lecislatures 2nd. That the right to slaveholders of trAtisIt ami sojo...

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. — 28 March 1861

Mm& tftamtg $mm. TIIUIIBDAY MARCH 28, lBbl about LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Democratic Township Ticket. TrtuM-imKB CLANF.Y, JOHN GARY, Jr., SAMUEL 11ARTON. Clerk JOHN S. ORR. Assessor JOHN McCOMHS. Trtnturer JAMES HEHRON. Constables GEOROE HOXWORTH, JAMES McCONNHMj, GEOROE HOIIIIINS. Jano Mary Whlto. W. Jackson, Pyers, S.H. Democratic Corporation Ticket. Mayor DANIEL, S. UHL. Recorder WILMAM M. LOUTHER. CoUncil LOUIS MAYER, ISRAEL HOXWORTH, GEORGE L. COOK, AARON WAITS. JAMES HEBRON. 1. 2. 3. 1. buto ;. Louis Mayer. Has r very largo nnd olegnnt stock of goods. See Advertisement. 7. always J. Mulvane. ITas just started East for his spring stock . His storo will bo removed about tbo first of April to Liaddetter's now buildings. -. . 10. united? 11. 12. Berlin Select School. Wo Invito attention to tho advertisement for tbo abovo named institution. The proprietor is very hlgbly recommended. i. 2. 3. A Large Stock. Jacob jCmerbviiolmes Iiai now hi storo tho lar gest and finest stock of ...

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. — 28 March 1861

Henry Clay on Compromise. Hero is mi extract irotn n specen Of Henry Olny, that eomo who profess grcn reverence for tho memory of tlio Gicnt Commoner would do well to read: Thcro ore persons who nro very wiso in their own esteem, and who wilt icject all compromises; hut there is no reason why 0 compromise should not bo attempted. 1 go for honorable compromise when oc casion calls for it. Lifo is but n com promise until tho Orcat Destroyer finally triumphs. All legislation, all government oil socioty is formed upon tho principles of mutual concession, politeness, comity, courtesy, upon these everything is based. I bow to you to-day because you bow to, mo. You nro rospoctful to mo, becauso I am respectful to you. . Compromiso is peculiarly appropriate between tho mem bers of a Republic, ns ouo common fami ly. Compromises havo this rccommcda tion, that if you conccdo anything, you havo something conceded to you in re turn. Treaties aro compromises mado with foreign powers, which is not...

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. — 4 April 1861

mt N )( . W Established a. d. i826j MILLERSBURG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1S61. NEW SE1UES-VOL. 23-NO. 1. Business Directory. L. R. CRITCIirilLD tc CIUTCIIFIELI. A TTORNEYS AT LAW. Mlllorsburc. Ohio- XV -Office Up stairs In Critchfield's Comer Block, opposite the Court-house. n20tf ' i. s. mil,, A.TTOIINEY AT LAW. MUlcrsbure. Ohio. A Ofllco In Mayer's building, over tho Book siore. uuuti. WM. 8. TANNEYIIII.l. A TTOllNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT U-X.LAW, Mlllcrpburg, Ohio. OIBce Two doors east of tho U.ink, up stairs. n20tf j. ICamian, DENTIST, Millersburg, Ohio, Artificial Teeth Inserted, from one to an cntlro ret, on gold, tllvor or vulcanlto base. All operations skilfully periormea. oaiisiaciinn warranted. 0Koom3 la tho Ellison Houso. nil. J. E. ATKINSON, "ENT1ST, Millersburg, Ohio, tenders u , ... ...... awui, vim., icimvin mn JL professional ecrvlco to all who may need his niiiiuiii in mu way oi iccm opcruuong, coimsi In Filling, Extracting and inccrtlng from one to an cntlro s...

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. — 4 April 1861

goto &mnl gmm. iirYic ixi. vayvr o V T luTcouy t v rJ J. A. &. eTeSTIIiIs, Editors. MiM.nitsnuiuJ, onto; THURSDAY. : : : : : APHIt, 4, 1S0I- ron fiovi:nNo, HUGH .1. JKWETT, Of Jlt'SMtlGMWWSTT. . (Satfcrt to tin ifciisioii ir tlio tVluocratie fetato Courentton. The Ohio Democracy. When tho gallant Democmcy of Ohio In their Into Stat Convention, says tho D-.itton Umpire, iooka bold and fMtlea f Ur.d ngiuiut tho bloody policy of coercion, and tlccUml their detcrniiii.i- j tlon to hibor for peace ami against war, there went up from tlio Rcpiiblio.ui pi cm tlichowl uf 'treason' and "traitors." Tho men who had al ny3 lahor tdfor tho best iiiti rests ufllie country, and whose patriotism had never been doubted, were stigma tized ns "ArnoliiV by members of a sectional, unjust party, whfl'efirtt tiltimfli mux jccurcil over tin dljmomberment of a once glorious Union. But tho Democracy hclieriiiK their position right, ttood nobly to It, nor wlmied nor faltered under th Repobllcan cry of...

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. — 4 April 1861

Mto (Stamfg fltitm. THUIIBDAY AritH,, 4,' mi. a LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Town Subscribers. Tlioo orour low ti stilwcrilicrs who changed tliclr places of residence on llio firm of this montli will ptoaso Inform tin, so that our carrlor will know wliare to lcavo ttio paper. Removal. Ticteii KoniNor.n lias removed his Darker shop to Wclnicii'a Ijulldlng, North eldo of Jackson trect, Immediately West of VVeimcii's Hanlwaro Bloro. Prairie Township. The Democracy of I'ralrlo lownahlp elected two of their candidates for Trustee, Itobert Tnylor and William Criswcll, Tho Toto ou Aiacssor was a tlo and In casting lots the Republican won. Going it Strong. In twclvo of tho fourteen townships, In this county tho Doniocracy have elected tholr ticket. In rralrio thoy elected part of It. Hlpley wo have not heard from. Hardware. ITebhoS & Son liaTe Just received a very largo and well selected stock of Hardware to which tho attention of tho public Is Invited. They buy for cash and sell at extreme...

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. — 4 April 1861

Seed Corn---How to Produce Early Germination. If you dM not, as you havo no often boon ndvisoil to ilo, snvo your seed corn by selecting tlio bust enrs in tlio fieltl, do . notloso Another day, but go nt onco to your corn cribs niul pick out tlio hand aomcst that you can find, and Morn them up in somo dry loft, no matter if it is rery smoky one, and as hot ns a July un, it won't hurt tho vitality oftho seed. It is of tho highest importance that your 6ocd should gorminato immediately ftor you plant it. That is of more im portance than curly planting. Germin ation can undoubtedly bo hastened by artificial means. Dr. Glmmborlain, ol Bureau county, 111., has made somo im-1 portant discoveries 111 this direction. U ho Retmbliean Rays: 'Last year Dr. Chamberlain, of this place, tnado somo practical oxporimcnts, and demonstrated that nearly half tho timomay bo saved in germinating the seed by tho use of chloride of limo. "Not satisfied with tho success of last year, ho is again experimenti...

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. — 11 April 1861

y lie Hftore timt& jflagwefr . " "; : ESTABLISHED A. D. 182C MILLERSBU11G, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING. APJUL II, J861. NEW SERTES-VOL 2:JN0. 6. Business Directory. meed. i n, cnrrcnriEUi HERD U CltlTCHI'IHM). A' TTOIINEYS AT LAW, Millcrsburg, Ohio- uuice up stairs in UrltcliuolU's Corner Mock, opposite tho Court-house. nSOti i). s. vni, 'i A' TTOKNEY AT LAW, Mlllcrsburg, Olilo. Uilico in Mayor's building, over tho Hook store. n2Utf. Will. S. TANNUYHILli ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Millcrsburg, Ohio. Olllcc Two doors oast of tho Hank, up stairs. ii20tf J. 1. AtllArfi DENTIST, Mlllersbtirg, Ohio, Artificial Teeth Inserted, from ono to an cntlro set, on gold, silver or vulcanite base. All operations Bkllfully performed. Satisfaction warranted, BjUootns In tho Ellison IIouso. nil. J. K. ATKINSON, DENTIST, Millcrsburg, Ohio, tenders his professional eervicos to all who may need ntiTthing in tho way of Teeth operations, consist In Filling, Extracting and luccrtlug from ono to nn cntlr...

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. — 11 April 1861

iw (Swuttj gimmt OKriUlAL l'AVKK OF T11K CUUXTV, r. J. A, & E. ESTILL, EditorB. mili.tcuhiiuiu:, OHIO, TiiuiTsDAYTTTrrrAT'luLiiTTaoi to FOJt fJOVHKNOH, HUGH .1. .IE WET T, Or MIMKIXltm COUXTT. Subject to the decision of the Democratic State Coovcntiori. They Die Hard. Tlio Republicans makoall hinds of excuses for their defeat in the recent spring elections. In Cleveland the Herald and leader, tlio two Ilopub. llcan papers of that city, hare gono into a spiiitcd Killkcnnr cat fight) and bo Is It elsewhere The Cincinnati Gatttte Is extremely cross over tlio le ult In that city. The Gazette s cys: "Anticipating the questions that will bo asked as to the cause of this Waterloo defeat, we may cay tint Sumter did it. Tho Republicans, dissat isfied and discouraged, had no heart to work, and they surrendered, without seriously contesting tho field. And If a tcmporiiiur policy Is to bo contin ued at Washington, this is but tlio beginning of tho end." The defeat ol the Republican party Is...

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. — 11 April 1861

ggplTO ftnmtg rjfwww. T1IUUHDAY ..... i ...... . . ANUI 1 1 ( ltibl. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. George Wolf Has removed his grocery to tlio rooiiu licrcto fore occupied liy I,, Krlti, on tlio corner. Removal. Louis Fritz Iiim removed Ms grocery lo tlio room immediately under that heretofore occupied by tho Farmer olllce, tlirco doors west of tlio Km plro IIouso. Appointed. At a meeting of tlio Town Council on Saturday evening last James French was elected street Commissioner and Joiiv Monre Marshal. We learn there were no lack or applicants, some of whom had to go empty away. wo of cd Clothing! Clothing!! D. Cohn lias has opined out a very large stock of clothing for tho Spring and Summer trade. Wo havo given the goods a personal Inspection mid can nssuro our readers that tlio stock is very large and elegant. to Bold Robbery. On Saturday night last, tlio liouso of Itlcliard Shrccve, E., was entered and six hundied and twenty dollars In gold and silver stolen thciefVom. Mr. S. Is Towns...

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. — 11 April 1861

Variety. "Whkn vices quit tis, wo flatter otir- fcIvcs with tlio belief that wo liavo lolt them i BALTUionn was ono of ttio plncos where 61 J Abo did not think it "necessary to put tho foot down firmly." When docs n farmer net with great rudeness towards his corn? When ho pulls its cars. "A retainer at tho bar," as tho hoy said, when caught by a dog, just ns ho was about to climb tho orchard fence Moxcy and timo hnroboth thoir value. Ho who makes a bad nso of tho ono will never make a good uso of tho other. "Don't get abovo your business," ns tho lady said to tho shocinakcr who was measuring her nnlrio in owlor to nsccrtnin tho sizo of her foot. Death is tho only subject upon which every body speaks and writes without a possibility of having experienced wlint iio undertakes to discuss. Lady Mary Wortley Mnntoguo said that woman's tears wcio liko tho rattlo of a rattlesnako an indication of ma lignity and imminent danger. Seneca fays that lovo is a diteaso. It Fccms sometimes to boa ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
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