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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 27 June 1861

Sle iin Jgiipeti ESTABLISHED A, D. 182G.1 MjLUjyRsayRG qhiq, Thursday mohnlno, june, 27, isw. NEW SERIES-VOL. 23jXO. 19, Business Directory. mcttv t.. n. ciUTCiiriri.n ni:ni cniTciiriui,u. ATTOrtKBYS AT LAW, Millcreburf;, OY.o Ollico tUp stairs iu Critchficltl's Corner Blool, opposite tlio Court-liouta. nSOlf v7s. inn., ATTOUNEV AT LAW, Mlltcrshsufr,. Ohio. Odlce In Mover's building, over tlic Hook tore. n2W. IV .11. S. TAAMil 1111,1. A1 TTORNKY ANDi COUNSELLOR AT LAW, MllltTsljiirji,. Ohio. Ollico Two tioors cast of ttio l.mk,.ij ilrs. t.()tf K l". AI.UAIV, DKN'ttST, Jlillrrsbm-ft, Ohio, Ailllic.il Teeth iiuoiituii,. I'loiiiiino tiinn entire ft, on j;nld silver or vulennilo !i.s. All Qpratls sUlfulv rjerfortned. Sitti-ifnelion wnnmitl. BJ'Koomp, timo ilnor sscst of Wcston'a Sa loon, Jackson Street. nil. t. o, , v. noi.iNO, j.fi. molUM 1IKS. lt()f.I.(5 ,V TfclCUASt. PHYSICIANS k SUKOKONS, Mlllersl.urg, 0. Office on Main sticct, formerly occupied Pr. Irvine. '),1tf. t. m. i:mtnsiiT 3...

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. — 27 June 1861

OFFlOIAt. l'Al'KK OF TUB COUNTY t J. A. &. E. ESTIIil,, Editors MiT,T,r.HsnimJ, omo, THUKSDAY. : : JUNE 27, 1801. von r.orv.ntfuu, HUGH .1. JEWETT, OP Ml'JKIlt'.W COl'STV. TBubjcct to tlio decWon of the Democratic State Convention.! i tne motto of the x vtioxal moj!KA;y. "THE CONSTITUTION, TIIK UNION AND TIIK ENPOUCKMKNT OP Till! LAWS." Democratic Ticket. 'WK BEAK THE KIjAO AND KEEP STEP TO THE MUSIC OF Till! UNION." Rr.ritKSE:rrATrvn DA N IEIj S. UUL, AuniTon-JOIIN WHITMAN, , Trbasurih T. II. HAIKK. PnostciTon 1, H CKITOIIKIEI.D Siir.mrr J. STEWAHT NELSON, Recorder AND11EW .1. HELL, Commission f.i JOHN HUTLKK, Ooronkr SAMUEL KEHK. Up and Doing. The Democracy of Llclilng, Cr.infonl nnd rnnnv other counties lire prep.it!ng for the campaign. They will have their local nominations made In a few days. Let thoia counties llmt hnro not nl rrady called their conventions do so w Ithuut dc' lay that tho go jd work of redeeming tlio titate from the bands of the land pirates that have had ...

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. — 27 June 1861

gotow miiv $mmfx. THURSDAY JUNE, 27, t80i LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Uniformed. Tho French Grays parado In unllorm about (wlco a week. Tlioy rircaont a Ono oppoitr. ance. They will drill tliln ovoslng, and also on Saturday cvonlng at 4 o'clock P. M County Fair. Art wo to liaro an Agricultural Fair J Other counties aro preparing for County Tulrs, but ? hear no more said about It here than though such a thing was never thought of. It is tlmo that thcro was something bclug done In rcfcrcnco t this matter. Let our Agriculturists bo up and doing. County Fair. Pithy and Pointed. A correepoodcutof tho Traveller says that most of tho shirts made fur tho volunteers nro from four to six Inches too short I Like a ninn without a wife, Ltko a ship without a snll, Tho most useless thing In life Is a shirt without a ! Installation. Tno officers elect of Mltlersburg Lodge I. O. 0. F. will bo publicly installod at Odd Fellows llall, on Tuesday evening next. They are: Solomon Marx, N. G. Isaac C. Marti...

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. — 27 June 1861

SABBATH IN THE COUNTRY. , Hi cronttinc wean's In. (ho 5. The buopiull is heard no more, Tho liorso Is littered down And fed ; The harness hnnps ftboro his head,. The whig behind the door. Ills lcntliern'Eloves nnd hooked bill To day theiroodmnn throw aside 1 Th blackf-mllli's Cory forge If stilt The woodeu wheel of tho old mill Sleeps In the mlll-ddru wide. The miller'. boatlsncfiorel wHersj Far out the water UHlM slcepi You toe I heir shadows mirrored there,. The hrotd flowers reflected clear, M'ithln the mill poud deep.. Th harrow's In tho carden wctl 1 IIoo, rako and spado arc put away. Dnweeded stands the onion bed Tlio gardener from hit ork hath fled Tb holy Sabbath day. Upon the wall the white cat sleeps, Jly which the churn and milk pansll, A drowsy watch the watch dog keeps, Andscarccly from his dull ej e peeps, Upou the passer-by. And gently OTcr Hill nnd d.-ilo Tho silver sounding church hells rln Across the moor and down tho dab Tlior coma and go, and on the gito Their Sa...

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 July 1861

lie Mittft !! ESTABLISHED A. D. 1826. MILLERSBURG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING , JULY, 4, 1861. NEW SERIES-VOL. 23-NO. 20 mmmt Laws of Ohio. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 84.] AN ACT To amend sections two nnd three of nn act entitled "An act to proviJo moro effectually for tho defense of the Stato ngamst invasion, passed April M la CI. Sec. 1. Be it cnacUd ly the General Assembly of the Stale of Ohio, That section two ot tho aboTO recited act, bo . .amended so as to read, ui follows; Section 2. Tim governor Is hereby authorized to ac cept and muster into service, seventeen rcgi mcnts'of volunteer militia, and atlils discru. Hon organize any portion of tho samo not ex ccedioK three reeiuicnts, or eight companies each, Into artillery or cavalry, in addition to tho thirteen rocimcnts already accepted under tho requisition ol tho President or tho United States; or to execute tlio laws of this Stato, or to repel any invasion tncrcoi i rroviucti, said rvKimcnts shall bo ...

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 July 1861

Mw (Stomrtj Jfnmw. OFFICIAL l'AI'KK OK THE COUNT V. J. A. & E. ESTILL, Editors. ittiT.M'.nsiiinuM omo, THURSDAY. :JULY 4, 1801. FOR GOVERNOR, HUGH J. JEWETT, OF MUSKINGUM COUNTY. [Subject to the decision of the Democratic State Convention.] THE MOTTO OF THE NATIONAL DEMOCRACY. "THE CONSTITUTION, THE UNION AND ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS." Democratic Ticket. 'WE BEAU THE FLAG AND KEEI STEP TO THE MUSIC OF THE UNION." HEPBtSESTATtVK DANIEL S. UUL, Acditou JOHN WHITMAN, Tbeasukmi T. B.HAIFF, PBosf CCTOR li H CUITCIlFIEIiD Snr.mrr J. STEWART NELSON, Ukcobdeh ANDHEW J. HELL, Comhihsionrh JOHN DUTLEll, Cokonee SAMUEL. KKHH. The Third Year. This week we commence the third year of the publication of tho Farmer under its jtcscd m-inaccracnt. Wo havo labored hnrtl to m.iko It an Interesting, profitable) and nccpptnblo pnper. We have tho best of evidence that our labois have been crowned with tucccsa. Tho circula tion of the paper has increased ncarl At liim dred since It has been i nder our c...

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 July 1861

ADDRESS, Delivered on the Anniversary of St. John the Baptist, June 24th St. John the Baptist, June 24th 1861, at the Dedication of the St. John the Baptist, June 24th 1861, at the Dedication of the Hall of Spartan Lodge, Millersburg, St. John the Baptist, June 24th 1861, at the Dedication of the Hall of Spartan Lodge, Millersburg, Ohio. BY GEN. L. V. BIERCE, P. G. M. r nr -.... i sr... t v. n .1 Hi , ' G"ltlcmen """Itho iinuirtni From the earliest data of which lilstnrv plvcui' ny account, tho cxperlcuco of mankind Ims i taught tho tmtlutia of the earth the value of cclo bratlng Riinlvcraarli's ns the most Kjwcrful means oflniprciilnKgicAttriith8,iuidprlnclplcsuponthej(tfph mind, and of transmitting them to imslcr- Hy. 'luoy arc thuhroad and legible footprints of, the pail, Indicating as upon a map, the vviiynuid caiecr of man during thu long roll of j cms which1 elapsed, like the sands oT an hoti.'-glasj, and dlsiippeaied In the occlin of eternity. Aiinlvttairics limo been observe...

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 July 1861

THE CONDITION OF THE UNION, Sketches of the Seceded States. VIRGINIA. Ylrgitiin, tlio liwt of tin receded Stales, is U70 miles long, and '200 broad as its greatest brcA'tb,coiitiiiiiij; 01, tto'J square miles of territory, with n population of 1,593,100, including (...ivo; of the while 221,000 aro linlilo to military duty. Tlio Federal Government oornpies tovern im portant strategic military points within tho boanlersof tho State, which for time being, givo it a partial and not an nnin poitant degree of possesion of tho whole Btato. Tlio rcbols have . foi titled them selves and aro in force at Koil'olk, liar- porV Ferry, Richmond and Lyiu'hbuig, Ktnnton, Yorktowu and Went Point. Tho Western part of Virginia, embra cing twonty-fivo conntiY', with u tiopn lntion of ovor two hundrod thousand (ol which twenty thousand aro liable to mil itary duty), opposes tfie Ordinunen of So cession of tho State, and claims its loyalty to tho Stars and .Stripes. NORTH CAROLINA. lilt's Stato contains a...

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 July 1861

lie ESTABLISHED A. D. 1820. MJLLERSB U.RG, OHIO, THURSDAY MOJlNJjNO, JULY 11, ?SG 1 . NEW SERIES-VOL. Business Directory. wm. hkf.i). t.. n. cniTLHFirui ni:r.i) t ciutciiviijm. U TTORNBYS AT LAW. Mlllcrsburg, Ohio- JY Offlcc Up stairs In CritchncM'g Corner Mock, opposite! tlio Court-house. n2Utt I). S. lillh, ATTOUNKY AT LAW, Mlllcrsburg, Ohio. OOlco In Recorder's Odlcc, cast ol tlio Court Honso. uSOtf. WM. S. TANNF.YIIII.Ii ATTOUNKY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Mlllcrsburg, Ohio. Office Two doors castof tlio Uatik, tip stairs. iil0 1 f J. V. AI.1IAN, DENTIST, Mlllcrsburg, Ohio, Aitlficnl Teeth inserted, from otic to nn entire set, on gold silver or rulcnnito base. All operations skllfuly performed. Satisfaction warranted. ICTRooms, three ilooi-Bwcst of Weston's Sa loon, Jackson Street, nil. T. o. , V. nOI.INO. J. O. DIUIIAM ns. no mm: .v iiiciiam. PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, Millcrsbmg, 0. Office on Main street, fointcrly occupied Dr. Irvine. nSOtf. MctJ. JEIIHICUT, M. 1). I'liysicldti V ...

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 July 1861

SfSnlmnis. ffhnnnhi -Jtnvmtv. " OFFICIAL l'Al'Ell Of THE ('Of NT . J. A. &. B. ESTIIilil Editors Mii.i.nnsnuno, oino, : 1 1, 18(51 . 1 . THURSDAY. .JULY FOR GOVERNOR, HUGH J JEWETT, OF MUSKINGUM COUNTY, Sullied to (ho decision of the Democratic State CoiivcDtlon.l . MOTTO OF THE NATIONAL DEMOCRACY. TIIF. CONSTITUTION, THE UNION AND THE. ENFOKOKMKNT OF THE LAWS." Democratic Ticket. "VTY, BEAU THE FLAG AND KEET STEP TO THE MUSIC OF THE UNION." IlErriEihNTiTivie-D.VNir.Ii S. UUL, AiPiron JOHN WHITMAN, TncAsvnrR T. II. ItAlt'F, I'KosKCCTOn LUCHIT011FIELD SiiEBirr J. STEWAUT NEI-SON, IlieonDEn ANDKEW J. HELL,, Commissionkii JOHN IIUTLEU, Cono.sivR SAMUEL KEllK. War News. There 1ms been somo teirible fighting by tele-gi-nph during tho p.ist week. At one time 2700 secessionists were killed by General rATTKRHoVs command. As imul (he exciting despatches were contradicted the next day. There Ins been a lit tle fkiiniUhing In somo places In Virginia, but none of coixidoriible Impoi lance. ...

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 July 1861

pte (Etomrtg $iivnmv TIIUHSDAY JUIiY, 11, Ic'M. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Accident. Ono day this week one of Mr, D. H. Wuloa mon'boii wno placing n loaded gun under n bed, nnd by eoinc mlth.iptlio gull vm discharged, tho ci ntcnts passing llirougli tlio young man's lmml nnd scvoicly Injuring It. Money Stolen. Wo leain tliat on Thursday evening last, at Weinberg, ono of Col. Joss' clerks left thosloro for a few minutes In charge of nomo pcraon and upon Ids icturn it wns found that In Ids nbscenco $100 In money and x draft for $500 had been sto- len. Wo have no pnttlculaia. Change. 1U.UBKN Kmi.frr, Esq., Insliandod over the ed itorial quill of the Gall in Ihmncrat to Air. J. N. Ilono, and taken charge of tho Mt. Glload Reg. Ulcr. Wo Lave no Acquaintance with Mr. Iloitu, but ho starts off right. As for IUud. Rmt.KT wo know him to the bono. Ito Is a good Democrat, a good man and n good editor, nnd wo hope he may bo tho mcansof bringing Morrow county out of tho elougli of Republicanism. A...

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 July 1861

JOHNNY BOOKER'S SPEECH! An Eloquent Explanation of Affairs in Our Country. An cxclmngo says to Win. L. Myers, of Tiffin, Ohio, wo aro indebted for a plion ograyliic report of tlmt celobrnted sj)cccli on tho "Crisis," tho text of which is by HnivorBnl concent, allowed to bo "OR ANY OTHER MAN." Tbo spenkor snid: "Abutn-m-ml Follcr-Citizcns: T linvo been called upon this ovonin to nprcnr beforo yon for for tlmt is, I Imvo been requested to nppo.ir upon tbo scaffold, this evenin, for tho liiirpoeo of elueidiitin' to you tho ftll-npsorbin' subjee, of which am now nRiUtin' the tbo ccrtninly 1 hvo." (Cheers.) "Aliiim-m-ml put to return to our Biibjcc;' as I was nbout to remark previously beforehand, whats our country oomiu' to? Thats what I'd like Id know myself. Look at tho great con gregated circumflex of this gloiious Un ion, iust look at it? Does any person Bcoit? Certainly, tlmt'H just wlml'i) tbo matter. Ahum-ni-ml but to return to our Btibjee.' Look at our great Amen- can eagle, tli...

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. — 18 July 1861

Established a. r. 182C All LLERS BURG, Oil JO, THURSDAY MOJINIJNG, JULY IS, 18(11 NEW SEJUES-VOL. 23-NO 22. Business Directory WMi RKsbi l.. n. cntTciirlELu nrcnn it oniTciii'iniiii. ATTOUNKYS AT LAW, MIUcrslmrR, Ohio Olllcc Up Btnlra In Crltclifleld's Comer Block, opposito tlio Court'liouso. "Sj"l. j. If. )ni A1 TTOIINEY AT LAW, Mlllcrsburc, Ohio. onico. In Ilccordcr'fl Ollico, cast ol tho uSOtr. Court House. VM. S. TAJVNlJYnildi ATTORNEY AND COUNSKLLOU AT LAW, MUlersburg, Ohio. Olllcc Two doors cast of tlio Bank, up stairs. n20tf J. 1. A MIAN, DENTIST, MUlersburg, Ohio, Arlifkal Tcctli inserted, from one to nn entire fct, on gold silver or Vulciitiito base. All operations skllfuly pcrforracdi Satisfaction warranted. EPHooms, three doors ,west of Weston's Sa loon, Jackson Street, nil. T. O. V, BOl.INO. J.O. DIOIIAM IJKS. HOLING & IlItillAM. PHYSICIANS k SURGEONS, Mlllcrtburfr, 0. Office on Main street, formerly occupied Dr. Irvine. "2Utf, r. Men. uiiuiuut, m. d. PUytiieimt A Su...

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. — 18 July 1861

OFFICIAL PAPEK OF THE OOUNTV. J. A. & E. ESTILL, Editors. Mti.Lcnsuuuu, onto,. THURSDAY. :'.::: JULY 13, 1801. ' - 3 FOIl GOVlMMOIt, HUGH J. JE WETT, or MMKifOtru cotmr. Subject to tho decision of the Democratic State Convcntlou.l Convcntlou.l THG MOTTO OF THE NATION AL DC-MORitACY. "THE CONSTITUTION, T17E UNION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS." Democratic Ticket. "VTK BEAR THE FLAG AND KEEP STEP TO THE MUSIC OF THE UNION." RKrnEiENTATfvn DANIEL S. UDL, Auditor JOHN WHITMAN, THEAitmrii T. B. RAIFF, I'nosiocTon L R CR1TOHFIELD SiiRRtrr J. STEWART NELSON, ntconnER ANDREW J. BELL, CoMXisston Kit JOHN BUTLER, CouoNEii SAMUEL KERR. The Disunionists at Work. A few days ngo nil abolitionist, Owen Lovpjor, ol Indiana, introduced in Congress tho following resolution i Rooked, Tint the commlttco on Judlclarr bo irmriictiil to liHiuire into the vxniulrncv of rc pealing ihu law commonly called tho fugillvu slave law. Tlio Fugltivo Slave law was passed under tho administration of Washington,...

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. — 18 July 1861

faint gtomtg $wtm. THURSDAY JULY, 13, tBbl. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Parade. The French Orejs will meet for parade ot, Sat urday, Jul; 27th, at 1 o'clock P. M. A full turn out It hoped for. Attention! ate a - to say that during tho war no party lines will bo observed except In tho diitribution of office. Papers Suspended. An exchange atatca that six abolition papers havo been suspended In tho Eastern States since tho 4th of March. It would have been a great blessing to tho country bad their editors been sui pended to the end of a rope long ago. Time Tables. Pcopte seem to bo fully awaro that editors do, or at least should, know everything. llcnre we are almost dally asked about tho time table of the C. &P . Railroad, and we publish It so that every teadcr may know as much about It as wo do. Hogs For Sale. Judge Saomders has a largo lot of stock hogs on his farm which ho Is desirous of selling. lie has tied knots In their tails to keep them out of tho cornfields and these have be...

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. — 18 July 1861

OLD TIMES AND NEW. OLD TIMES AND NEW. Reed of the New England Society's England at New OLD TIMES AND NEW. Reed of the New England Society's England at New York, December 22, 1846, by ALLIN C. SPOONER of Boston. 'Tttm In ray easy cbiir ftt homo, About week ago, 1 MtnnJpuITctl my light cigar As usual, you roust Know. I muted upon tho Pilgrim flock, Whoso luck It was to Inml Upon the nlmost only rock Among tho l'l) mouth Miid. In my miud' fjo, I itv tliem lanvo Tlitlr weather-beaten bark Before them abroad tlio wintry wilds, , Dehlud rolled occnn dark. . Alone that little handful stood, ' Wldlo .avagc foot lurked tdgh,. Their creed ntid wntch-word "Trust in God And keep jour powder dry." J imelmtion'e pencil then That first stem winter painted, When moio than InlT their number died And stoutest spirits fainted. A tear unbidden fdlcd ono eyo, My f mtiko had tilled thu other One sees strange sights nt such a time, Which quite tho senses bother. I knew I was nloiie but lo ! (Let Mm who il...

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. — 25 July 1861

lie ESTABLISHED A. D. 1820. MILLEHSJ3URG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY '25, 1801. NEW NEJUE8--VOL. -J3-NO 23. Business Directory. WM FKKU. L. B. CRITCIinr.I.I) nnnn onrrciiriHr.i). ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Mlllershurg, Ohio Onico Up stairs In Crltcliflcld'B Corner Block, opposite the Court-house. liSOtl i"sri;m., ATTORNEY AT LAW, Mlllersburg, Ohio. Ollrco III Recorder's Olllcc, enst ol tho Court House. ti2Utf. VM. S. TANNKYIIIIiIi ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Mlllersburg, Ohio. Ollice Two doors cast of the Uank, up stairs. tiSOtf J. I. A MIAN, DENTIST, Mlllert.burg, Ohio, Artlfical Tcelh Inserted, from one to an cntlru set, on cold silver or vulcanite base. All operations skilfuljr performed. Satisfaction warranted. 0Rooms, three doors west of Weston's Sa loon, Jackson Street. n-1 1 , t. a. v. B0I.1NO. j.o. DIQIIAM IRS. HOLING & HICHAM. PHYSICIANS k SURGEONS, Millerslmrg, O. Office on Main streot, formerly occupied Dr. Irvine. n2()tf. T. McC3. KIIItlGIIT, M. U. Physician V Surgeon, ...

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 July 1861

Holraw fitanrig mm. 0KUC1A1. I'APl.lt OF THE COUNT V. J. A. & ID. E3TIIjL, Editors ilitsinjnc, onto, THURSDAY, JULY 25. 1801. nm uovuntvoit, H 1 T (1 H I TV W V T T Mi.WM,HTV. ' . Subject to the dooWon of the Democratic State Convention.! j I tin: MOTTO OF TUB X VTIOXAL DEMOCRACY. "THE CON'STITUTIOX, THK UNION AN' I) TUB ENTOKCEMEXT OF THE LAWS." Democratic Ticket. "VCV, BEAU THE FLAG AND KEEP STEP TO THE MUSIO OF THE UNION." U F PH Efl ENT A TtVE DANIEL S. UUL, Auditor JOHN YVEITMAN, Tbkasurib T. B. HAIFF, Prosecutor L R CRITOH FIELD Shkhiit J. STEWART NELSON, Kecorukr ANDREW J. BELL, Commissioner JOHN BUTLER, Co it o!tr.u SAM V II L KERR. Never Surrender. Sonio Rcpublicaiu who want to cover up their weakness in Ohio, and retain their hold upon tho peoplo's poekeU, aro vory nnxlouj to have tho Democratic party surrender all Its forces to Black Republicanism. The only editor In tho State who claims lo bo Democratic th it favor this cowaully surrender of principle and tho dearest...

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 July 1861

P (Bfamtg $mmx. THURSDAY JULY, 25, 1801. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Godeys Lady's Book, For Aiifiust, liita coino to hand. It Is tlio most popular mngazlno published, and notwithstanding tlio war tlmei, It more than keeps up Its well earned and merited reputation. Addroa L. A. Oontr, I'hlladclphla. What of the Night. Tlio farmers of Holmes county nro now receiv ing 8 cents per pound for butler, 0 cents per dozen for eggs, about an average of 25 cents per pound for wool, G5 cents for whoat, and everything olso In hMnAllnn ? I - 1 - l' I........ ,'.iv.viuu. .iviiuj in cuttruu iiuu nuimsi. iiiijiuj- slbio to bo had. This Is only the fourth month of Republican rule, and "nobody hurt.' ( I Capt. Drake's Company. Capt. James 1.. Drake's company of three year volunteers Is assigned to tho twenty-third Regiment. It Is company n. Tho first Lieut, is John P. Cuninoham; the second DeIIaven Smith. At last accounts tho company was at Camp Chase. Recovered. It will bo romcmbcred that wo made mentio...

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 July 1861

BREVITIES. Tnr necessity of boing sometimes un jiut is ft lnw of life, like that of some, times stumbling, or boiug sick. Tun most beautiful results nro produced by tho conjunction of oppositesj it is tlio eunsliino mm tlio cioua iiim rainbow. i- iu nt irnnwii At wlirtt season of tlio roar our first parents wpro pined 1 in, fcdon but thoy went out in "tlio Fall. , ll.uts!! words nroliko Hailstones. n sum mer, which, if molted, would feililizo, tho tender plants thoy battor down. Tun superfluous blossoms on ft fruit troaaro meant to symbolic tlio largo way ( in which Go.l loves to do pleasant things. Osm; of tho uses of fiiends is that they can say of uh with propiiety what wo con not with delicacy my of ourselves. What ro tako to bo our rucognition of another's merit is often only a rocogiii n of what appears to bo his lecogtntion j of ours. j A vino bears grape, tlio first of pleas-j lire, tho second of intoxication, tho third of repentance. Tiicnc may bo such a blight on tlio fsco...

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