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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 23 January 1862

I i 1 1 im iiMinnxin Jijiiiiiini irZzTr!L piiiiii AW Li ESTABLISHED A. 1). 18 - 20. MILLHRSJJUMJ, OJI10, TIIUKSJ)AY MOUiMNG, .1 VNUAJJY -2., JSG2. LMiU SKHIKK-VOL. 2:-jSTtrJ0. THE lTiatsmui l:vi:rty Tiirusiuv J. A. & E. ESTILL. BY Terms of Subscription! One icar, In mlvnnce $1,50 If not paid within tho icar, $2,00 . . Eatcs of Advertising : Ono square, thrr-o we li .9 1 n J''.nch niMitluniil insertion en Ono square, tlirco innntls, 2 Si Ono square, fix month" I on Ono square, twelvo month', 7 On Ono fourth lolumn.nno icar so on Ono hair column, nho soar, M On Ono column, ono scar lit) On 1 jrorc ntiiV'fiXK nf every lios-crlptlon cxecutcl with ncatnoss mil dispatch, in tho best style, and on reasonable tonus I BUSINESS DIRECTORY. V'lTiTii.v.n unni), ATTORNEY AT LAW, Alillcrsl.urg, Olio. 0(Bcc Up stairs in Critclifielil's Coiner Block, opposite tlio Court-house. nlflvS.'!. " T.. It. CltlTClir'IKT.t), ATTORNEY AT I,AVv Millcrsburp, Ohio Omco In Critclifiold's lllock. Iil5v2:i. I). ...

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. — 23 January 1862

OFFICIAL 1'Al'KK OF TllK OOU.NTV. J. A. & B. ESTILL, Editors. ani.i.nnsnuitR, onto, THURSDAY, :::::: JAN. 28, 1SG2. The Emancipation Question. Mr. Wadsworth, n member of Con gress from Kentucky, made a speech ono dny last week in if ply to tho abolition , . . .... ...i i. i i emancipation nouo is v, n,c . aw u.. u ircqucn.iy m.w.uuiu sion of Congress begnn. Ho paid his to- spects, pniticttlntly, toThaddeiis Stevens, Julion nnd Ilingham. Tho speech of thoj Kentucky member wns ono 01 tno nuiesi from that instrument, Emancipation wns a foregone conclusion with Mr. llingham, who hail to sustain his position by arguments however fnlliciotis. Thoso who chnio0 that Kcntuikj un'i's to die- tatc, and has as tunny soldiers in rebel ranks as in those of tho Union, mis rend history. Sho has not in the former five thousand, while in tho latter she has thirty thousand. It was a vilo slander on the peoplo of tho country to say they could not put down tho icbellion, nnd honco ho presumed tho ne...

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. — 23 January 1862

THUHSDAY JAN.a:), 1PG2. LOOAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. A Fine Stock. Fra7.fr h Orav linvo mi li.iml n very fino Btnck offmiiltnro, which Id of tho best itinllly, ami Is offered at low prices. They nro good workmen, nnd worthy of patronage Seo advertisement, nnd glvo them n call. Direct Taxation. It la hlglily probable, Indeed It Is almost cer tain that the State will nssumc tho tax lovlrd up. on our people by tho general government. In this event farmers will not bo called upon to pay a direct lax next spring. Poultry Business. Somo persons on Thursday night last, stole miito a quantity of cTilckcns nnd tuikeys from our clllens and sent them to Capt. Sreim.r.'s Compa-1 ny. Our people havo been both Prompt nnd lib. ornl In rnnlrllnillnr. In I1,p enMlora. nml thta rr . eral n contrllmt ng to I ,o fol.llers ami this, to- (j."."i w i,i iiii'iiii i i&uiuiii, riiiiiiiu iiu ruutuii. Hi. mi protect tlio tr property from the violent hands those who might he In better business. IMost of nf i , ...

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. — 23 January 1862

The Dutch Widower. 'Mine Crow vos no toller ns ort to hi, till shn.t 1'cforo .ioHM! cn f-lio va bo gooil as beloio," lentaikeil Mr. an tlorlionnt to lifs neighbor. t Vniir wife was n ainiablo woman nn.l you lo gioat injustice) to licr memo- ... i..:,i t,- tiiiiT.inii. ''Vol, vat von know ko tmt'li about mltia I row ?" " I 'I was not intitn.iloly acquainted with her, but ! am sow that all her acquaint- niiccn IovmI Itor." ; I ' .MaylK-," "Mavbo.wliut?" "Maybe you loco mine fiow, too '" Why do yon ieuk no ftrungeJyV' Vv. von day a I'igtnan shiiNt like you ramc into our Iioiim), ami M-soon mine frow light bofoie her face." "Voio vou turnout at tho time ?" ' 'To do sine I vos." Well, what did you do?" "I lacked him light pehind his pack." "Did he resent it?" "Yaw, ho In oka mo and to looking glass, and all tho iut of the crockery in tho house, 'cept the folder pud, into smash 1" "Wli.it did you do then 1 "Then 1 eiied mutter ! mutter 1 mut ter 1 and I called for tho hliudgo, and the shu...

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. — 30 January 1862

liters ESTABLISHED A. D. 182C MILLERSBURG, OHIO, THURSDAY MOHNIJNG, JANUARY 30, 1862. NEW SKKIKS-VOL. 23-NO 50. Site Miff THE Mm fcrfg gwm ri'Bi.isnnn event rnunsnAY BY J. A. & E. ESTILL. Tcrmi cf Subscription: One year, In nilvanco, .in. 6 1,80 If not paid within tho ear,' SI, 00 Kates of Advertising! 0 Ono fqimrc, thrco weeks. "$ 1 n Kneli additional Insertion'. .'. 1 Ono njuare, three montls,.. S .1 Ono squnre, Mx months,.... '.Ti 4 0 Ono nunro, Iwolvo months, 7 0 Ono fourth oolumn. ono year t SO 0 Ono half column, ono roar, ,..1 M 0 Ond column. ona yoar,. ... , CO 0 - v.v ; ',;l,ioB rBiTiifo ' of ovory- description exctaM with neatness nnd dispatch, "in tliol'cst stylo! hrld on roasonahlo terms BUSINESS DIRECTORY. WILLIAM HEED, ATTORN RY AT LAW, Millersburg, Olio. Ofllcc Up stairs in Critohflold's Corner Slock, opposite the Court-house. n45v23. I,. K. CIIITCHMELD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Mlllereburfr, Ohio Offlco In Crltchfield'a Block. n45v23. D. S. UIIL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Millersb...

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. — 30 January 1862

oVkiciai. l'Arnn ok tiu: :ountv. J. A. & E. ESTILL, Editors. iuii,i.r.itsiiuii:. oiiio, THURSDAY, : JAN. SO, 18012. 3 . The Democracy Moving. In to-day's papor wo publish tlio res olution of tlm Indiana Democracy. On tho samo.day the Democracy of Now Hampshire held their Stato Convention, nnd adopted a platform identical in spiiit with that adopted in Indiana. Wo doubt not that tlio Democracy of every loyal Stato will adopt kimilar resolutions. On such platforms tho conservative elements of the country can unito in solid column to war against those twin enemies of tho Constitution and tho Union, secession and abolitionism. Had the advice of the Democracy been followed one year ago peaco and pros pctity would now ba smiling upon our liithei to blessed land. Hut, their advise was disregarded and their entreaties were scoined, nnd an invitation given to tho worst possible stato of affairs to come nnd it hais come tho mnits ol industry closed, business stagnated, the land cov ered w...

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. — 30 January 1862

'mm. TlltJltHDAY, JAN. 30, 18C2. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. High Water. Tlio recent heavy ruins havd put tlio Klllbilclc on ft gay old lilgli . - - it Typhoid Fever. Vo regret Hr.NmttN Coiin Is confined to Ms rooms by a sevcro attack of Typhoid Fever. Sheriff Nelson. Sheriff Nklson will removo Ills family to town mid take up liis nbodo with us about tho first of April. Wayne County. The soldier's Kclicf Fund In Wnyno County liasnllhecii expended. It Is n bad tlmo for tho needy to be without assistance. Breakshins. Wo do not know of n street in this town but what has the sidewalks encumbered with somo trash for peeling shins for thoso who travel after night. Mayor. having resigned tlio oflico of Mayor, I.. H, OMTCMFiELn, Esq., has been so" lected to fill tlio vacancy. The selection lsa good one. Why Don't They! Why don't Ministers and Justices of the Peace ruruish us promptly with marrlago and death no tices 1 Everybody wants to kuow who aro married, mid who have died. Judge Given. It ...

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. — 30 January 1862

WHAT BECAME OF A POOR BOY. A TRUE INCIDENT. BY CAROLINE L. BLAKE. Mr. Hcnton linil left lii? nntivo villnge to take clmigo of n Mimll frum in the neighborhood of n largo city. "Mother," Miiil lie to hi.s wife, one evening, ns ho en mo in nftor n wcripomo walk nftcr sonio stiov cows, "I must hiru a boy to do theso chores j whnt do yon say to Tclnr Saunders?" "Potcr Snmiilcts 1" ejaculated tho good woman, "why, what mailo yon think ol him? Ono of that miseirttilo family would not answer your purposo nt all." "It is simply beertuso ho is miserable that I wish to taho l.itn. I beliovo that ho has somo nntnial ability, and if left to grow up at homo, ho will bo a enrso to society. If our childion were utill young and rtt home it would bo a datigeious ex periment becanso of evil example, but as they have nlicady gono into tho world for thcnibclves, 1 beliovo it is our duty to try Peter Saunders." Mrs. Uonton w.m silent. Sho wished to examine tho subject in nil its bearings, but in this ea...

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. — 6 February 1862

wwai4animm.'iias.n. wm i'uxun&u:.ii. tmiwjmni u.nnv w-.it 1 .;wtJBj"iw"myi"""OfmMcij'4.'mi:MAmiTi 'rtww.viaiwti.v.'ji'awiuj' w.iMi i'i.uiwwjMi.ww'iiawMMwiM i f !8iV m vm hi m . P5i ii a tai ESTABLISHED A. D. 1826. MILLERSBUllG, OHIO, THURSDAY M0J1NINO, FEBRUARY , IS(-2. INKW SJfllNI2S-V0L. L.3-i0 GJ, THE fpte fltamlg $mmm JUBMSItED KVKRV TI1UI13IUV BY J. A. & E. ESTILL. Tortus of Subscription: One icnr, in advance, ' If not raid within the i car.- 81,50 ..$2,00 Bates of Advertising: f One square, three weeks J-hich additional incrllon Ono muart-, thrco inontis Ono square, six months,.; Ono square, twelve motitln Ono fourth oolnnin, onocar Ono half column, ono sear, Ono column, ono car ,.8 s s;, "o ,. 7(1 00 l. "II JOB 1'KIXTIX of every description executed with neatness rnd dispotch, In the bust stilo, and on rcasonablotcrnis. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. wit, mam ki:i:d, j 4 TTORNKY AT LAW, Milleti-burg, Olio 'j Office Up stairs In Critchficld's Corner Block, opposite tlio Court-hou...

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. — 6 February 1862

OFFICIAL 1'Al'KU OK THE COUNT V. J. A. & E. ESTILL, Editors. .ini.i.i:Hstii. onto, THURSDAY, FEB. G, 18G2, Ben. Wade. Aa tho dny draws nenr (ho , of a united estates nennior wo ln-'iccnoi ntiito an iiiuirovemciit in tho lccislntivo proceedings of Mr. Benjamin Wade. Duriuclho picscnt fession of curing uiu (ml.iv n.r. b this nbolilion Senator has been feeling his wav with loinaikoblo caution ; ho has nt.t uttered a svllablo to which tho most i,ot iittucila sjl auiotow.. u. no mostjnl fastidious slaveholder could tnko tlio-acli. slightest objection. Tho milk in cocoa nut is accounted for by tho this fact i ..,',!, ;,, ,), thntthc.ou a supposed ma o ty ... Ohio legislat.no who no not niinrc pic ciscly ns Mr. Wndo does upon tho prossiblo conflict." It is very extraordinary that Senator V ,ln n.lmnl.1. in n ciisis like the picscnt, I ! . - ...tn.1n1,ln ntn'nl nc lin IlilW rciunui mi iuiiiuii"iw ilm-. ... i ! , , ,, dono upon tho cnu.-cs ol mid probable, results of tho icbellion. Among...

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. — 6 February 1862

.vim. o, iEca. TIltJItSIJAY,. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Thomas B. Raiff. We regrot tlmt oUr elliclont County TronH urcr lias boon taken from llio duties ol'hls of. (Ice by an attack of Typhoid fever, lio however, on thu mend, and occasionally visits Ids olllclal sanctum. I nciuin. Another Soldier Dead. A young man named of Crow, or Borlln Townshlp.tncmborofCapt.ALi.tK'gcompany, . .. .. . . f. . luui iteKimcnt, recent v u oil in Ken luc kv. ' rrr i n r . . . 01 lviiuolu fever, ntul wfis lirnitirlit inmn nn! Friday ., . , . , ' " .wv. aim nun uu uAciiiinurr youiiK tnau Settled. Tho big slander case, Sarah Lowi: vs. I Hkkrv IIkkald, which wm oxpoctej to bo tried at tho atmoachlmr fmm nf 1. rinnrl nf Common 1'loas. has been settled bv tho nur. " ties. Tho terms of settlement aro not madol,a' public. Tho settlement was a very setislblo I thing. Most of lawsuits might and should bo settled. At Home. camo Saturday on a visit to his family. Ho looks natural as "a basket of chilis," but has ....

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. — 6 February 1862

Variety. The Little Girl that Meets Me. Tbctc's n Utile girl tlat mi-fl.t me, Anil with laughter over gteeU me, An J to kiss Iiit ult cntif.itj me, As I sti .iv, 'Long Oio -illi vf Hie toelient.v, Where tlio fndJciicil licart, nnil wciry. Shades the sunlight thlnlug near me, On my way. She his eyes as liluo ns heaven i (Only aged about cletiu i) But untu her Hod h is plvcn Such n lit'.trt, lint forever she Is sln.ti. And her sncet toire our ringlnc. Beauty o'er the rapt licit t bringing, Sncet us art. Willi her stiiiiir Ii.ilr, m cuily. With her tcelli fo whito and neurit') I hate met her, l.ite and early, Ily the nut, Ami 1 take her hand ittnl ptoss it In my on, imt to caress it "1'ietly little band UoJ b'eas It 1" I do say. May the ttoild smile, kindly on her, Iletirilielioiir. fall iihiii her. Angels be her ,'tunl of honor. As f he goes, Through this ttorld of ours, ringing, l'eaee to troubleil jpitit.i hiiligiug, No grief her pure heart twinging, With lt tvocs. May tho micelest ...

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. — 13 February 1862

4 ' ' Utile ESTABLISHED A. D. 1820. MILLERSBU.RG, OJ1LO, THURSDAY MOKNJJKG, FEBRUARY 3, MM. Ik V 1 THE tW Mmt $wm. rUBLISHED EVERY THUIlSDAr BY J. A. & E. ESTILL. ' ' Term of Subscription i Ono jcAr;ln advance, ' 81,80 If not paiJ within the tear.- C2,00 Bates of Advertising: Ono tqunre, three weeks 1 (0 Knch ncMltlonnl, insertion 95 Ono square, threo rnontls,.. s SO Ono square, six months 4 00 Ono squaro, twelve month", 7 (in Ono fourth loluinn.oDoVcar SO (HI Ono half column, ono rear 33 no Ono column. ono year i. 60 1)0 JOB PRINTING nf ovory description execute! with neatness and uispaicu. in uio uost stylo, anu on rcasonuuioicrms BUSINESS DIRECTORY. -WII.IiIA.ai KEE1, A TTORNEY AT LAW. MIllcrsburK. Olio XX Office Un stairs In Crltchfield's Corner Block, oppoalto the Court-house. n452J, I.. It. CIIITCIIFIEI.D, Attorney' at law, iiuiersburg, obio U1UCU HI W".vuusiu D U.VVU, ...... 1). S. UIIL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Millcrsburg, Ohio. Offices In Recorder's Office, cast ot tho Court 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. — 13 February 1862

. . . OKFlOlAli l'Al'KIi OK T11K COONTV. . . - - : J. A. & E. ESTILL, Editors. ?ilI,I.i:it.SllUlU. OIIK1, TUUItSDAY, FKIJ. Hi ,13052. Slavery the Cause of the War. Abolitionists aio constantly tnll:i"g ftlmiil .(. lnit.iiv flin uniHrt fll fill, IVOl'. w w v. . 1 .1... .1.. it... (1 ,i tn rttnl llm nun iivutiiiiiK mm- "'v " v - war is to deitroy tlavery. Those who made tho government understood l'" slavery question qiiito a well as wo of to-nay unucraiuiiu h. m mil. u government longm .or, won ana c.ecieu by slaveholders, m which slavciy was aekuowlediied and sanctioned by the! Union of the btatos, and legalized, pro-,1 tooted and fostorcd by every individual Stato of tho Union, except one. Tho Union of the states was a Union for mu tual protection and relief, made necessary by surrounding ciicunistanccs, in which all the states agiecd upon certain gicat principles for tho government of tho whole and reserved to themselves all the ele ments of state sovereignty to regulate their ...

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. — 13 February 1862

...h:ii. in, lBoa, THURSDAY,. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Court Commenced ou Tuesday, Jmlgo Gkiidii Is pro Biding. Tlmii Mm tlicto uono In tlio Stnto moro competent mid lioncst. Revival of Religion. Nov. Air. Owens, of tlio M. E. Church, that rt grout revival of ltcllglon Is In progress ftt Morchoad'a church. Up to .Monday nbout forty had tcado profession of religion, thlr-ty-tlirco of whom havo councctcd themselves with I ho church. Read it. Don't fall to read tlio synopsis of the speech of Hon. 8. S, Cox, on tlio first pago of to'duy's pa per) Wo regret that wo havo not room for tho cntlro speech. It Is a complete vindication of Gen. McClcllan, and a thorough using up of tho Kcvor'end Abolltlon-dlsunlonlst, John A. What we Dislike. Wo dlsllko to dun our subscribers and wo dis liko to bo dunned ourselves ; but tao fact Is It takes about $30 a week, In cash, to run our ollico, and In order to ralso this wo aro often compelled to cry for help. Wo liopo those indebted to us will hurry an...

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. — 13 February 1862

Variety. From the Logan County Gazette. A CAPITAL SATIRE. Rye Coffee. Last hlglit I heard a Wlilc-Awako Whoso face was very lonj,' With c.ipo nnJ lump nil by hU side, A tinging of a song. Tho sonc It was a pretty otiCi AmU-harmc tny listening car; I only mlnil the chorus now, And I will dug It hero t CHORUS. Ohi Kvk Cuffcc! You 're snect tnotigli for me, tVltliout a grain of sugar, If The nigger can be free ! I iw the enpe, and well I liticur, I'd seen it oil before And oft I'd torn that l.anl-Oil lamp Go zlg-aig p.ut my door t But now the capo wan old and torn The lamp it had no 'lie,' Yet sncctly there tint H'hle-Awal.c, fc'.it tinging all tho n LUc : CHORUS. Oh, Ue Cow.kI Yoii 'ie sweet enough for me, Without one grain of sugar, If The nigger can bu free. I would not ?.iy that WUlu-AwaUo Was singing of a liej I think that Java docs not full Ills tasto as well an Ifyc Tho man who M give Old Abo hU vole, And P'HJ tho bouplas by, Would likely rpum the Java cup, And swallow down the ...

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. — 20 February 1862

8? Ji ESTABLISHED A. D. 1826. MlLLEliSBUllG, OHIO, THUKSDAt MOHNIlNG, FEB11UARY 20, 1862. NEW SERIES-VOL. 24-NO. 1. THE Sgritoutf QfxmnlD gwm rLni.iailF.D liVEUV TlllllSllAY BY J. A. &. B. ESTILL. Terms of Subscription: On? jcnr.ln advnncf .81,50 U not paid within tlicieiitv 82,00 ' Rates of Advertising: ..? 1 (0 '.'5 . 2 nn . I IHI . 7 (XI Ono sqiinrc, thrco weeks Knell ndililiotinl lnertlnn Ono ciure. three ntniitis Ono tqitnro.flx months," Ono squnro, twelve niontli Ono fourth loltimn, nnc rnr Ono half column, one enr, Ono column, ono lour . SO (10 . :i- on .1 011 ritiXTiis' Of every description cxccntcl In thotest stilo nml on rcasntinblo terms. , The I'ArtMEit 1ms 11 liuitcr clrculr.tlon thnn nny other paper In this sccMnn of the Stale. It is now. nml has Wn for thirty tlx consccutlvo jears tho cfliclni paper of tho counts. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. 1,. K. UIUTCIIPIKI.I), A TTOUNT.Y. AT LAW. Millcrsbiirir. Oliln. OlUco. in Otitehlieia'a llludk. '.'!. HJI.IiIA.1I JtHIJI...

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. — 20 February 1862

tfllmca (ikimin Jratv. 3 ' . official rxrFU or tub cov.vrv. ... ., . . - J. A. B. KS'flMi, BUlloi-s. " ' MILLLEIUSURO, OHIO k FlTimUAIlY 2(, I82.inrd, THURSDAY Fort Donelson Taken. 6'Orv Keeps Tho dispatches for several days left 5n donbt ns to tlio iiiobnlilo result or tlie ongngemcnt at Fort Uonelsnn ; liolli sides 1 were fighting with the coinage and con- stancy of veterans. MomMy. However, dispelled all doubt by the triumphant an- nonncement of our forces being victorious, This is tho most important vicloiy of tho campaign ; it will send joy nnd hopo in- to every loyal household in the land, whtlo it has already paralyzed tho lenders of this most infamous lcbollion. Gen-'nnd McClcllan's prediction that tho fighting; i i . . ft would uc quicif,.icsiiueiivo ami decisive, is being vended, nnd Hint the government wotmi no victorious is ni.io uomg iioiiion- slratcu. iiy tno nisi oi nprn, ...c rcuciN will, doubtless, uoiinvcn irom lcnnessce. ana .uissoun, aim rciiciiion enr.son inio'o...

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. — 20 February 1862

Mmm Cfjwuug gmrnx. LOCAt. AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS, tim;hniav, rmimJAitY so, inna Religions Notice. There will be n meeting offlOino days 111 Disci' ploV, Meeting-IIoiijo, liy Ij. K. Nohtov, com mcnclng on Tlimsday evening, February 27lli. Ansel Chipman. Mr. Ansei. CnimiAN, an respected zen of this place diction Sunday nionlng last. He wns n good citizen nnd nn honest nnd lionorablo . A.. 1 ...If.. n iIai.,.1.1.1.. .till tttrn .AH. I.. IIIIlll. fill "KUU tna'i . ik.uiivui , ...n. i-.w rim in ... . . iv . .it piii! California nro loft to mourn tlio loss ofn husband , , nnd father. For Diptheria. Tho editor of the Illinois Farmer lays ! "Near-'pel ly all our children have suffered with euro throat, but two serious cases ol'dlnhtherin, but thanks to tho uso of simple remedies, the most valuable of which Is a gurgle of warm water nnd salt, they uio ' i i .1 now uui til Hunger Isaac Buchanan. Isaao Huciiann, a member of tho company raised by Cnpt. .SrANntca, died at Camp Deuiil son on Wed...

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. — 20 February 1862

Variety. Beautiful Extract. Tlio following from tlio text in Job "1 would not live nl ways.' wo tbinlc woi -tliy ol a general circulation; it U an ex tract front a discourse by Kov. Mr. Liv crtnorc, editor of tlio Site Covcnnnl'. Neither do we give uttonuu-o to tbn langnaga because- of llui severity of our earthly trials and afflictions. Those in- 1,1 r uoou " "1 " : . rl: 7r, " : nass iiiioiiiiii imuii iiuim that 1.0W us to the dust. The haul of affliction is lftitl upon us and our Htmigth becomes weakness. A.llictii.ns a.on,i - tod out to all; but when viewed in the 1i1,i ,,.1,1,1, Mmnrns from tl.o kom.oI. and wo reinombcr that iliey cotno by the or-! der of jirovMcnce, and are designed fur our moral and spiiitnal go )d, we f. ol that they will woik out for us n fur uioio exceeding and oteinnl weight of glory. These chastisements aio designed to discipline us, to turn our thoughts to wards God and biiiii' us into communion with him, so that wo feel that these "Severe nfllicttom Nu...

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