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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 3 April 1862

Mil If J mm ESTABLISHED A. D. 1826. MlLLEllSBURG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1SG2. NEW SERIES-VOL. 2-1-NO. 7. &nurfg gmm. lTBLISUKll KVKHY TIllMtStlAT J. A. & E. ESTILL. BY Terms of Subscription) Ono rear, In advance, ' If not raid within the iear. 51,60 .$2,00 Rstes of Advertising: One squ.iro, tlireo weeks Each rtdilltional lnicrtlnn One square, threo inontls, Ono squares, six months One square, twelve month" One fourth loliimn, uno ear, flnn half r.nlmnn. one vear.. ) 1 (0 25 3 50 4 00 7 00 20 00 35 Ml Ono column, one year 01) 00 J OK PltlNTINO Of evory description executed In lliobcst stilo and on reasonable terms. , , , Tho FxnuEii has a Inrscr clrculetion than any In tl,i snftlliiti f,f thn Stnto. It lflnow. and has been for thirty six consccullvo scars the oluclal paper ot tnc county. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEY. H. CHITCIII'IIM,!), A TTOUXKY AT LAW. MlllersWe. Ohio. -fx omco, in UrltcliliolU's iiiouk. wiiiiiiAM iti:j:i, A TTOIINEY AT LAW, Mlllcrsuure. Ohio. -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. — 3 April 1862

. , - Si.UHWWl erWiMJlia4lV-Ui orricut r.trra 6t tue cuu.siv. - ,V. A. A 13. ESTIlit., KrillotS. UllXtttftStmo, OHIO! riifnsnAY, rim. i, ieos. Honest John--The Man of Many Mistakes. List week's ?(V'i,;iVfl fays : t tilioihotninemctitof ih'S corpnjilnn lm. aim nt(j H'cii nwn luluh. Thcv iiclnl tipflT ihU , . .i . t .1 .V. 1.. x.. w. rr!iice. Then 'ho brotiSh w.h .mt j t 'hht. lu TiIi;i.wortli one iHiiiflirtlecnis rn tiinyioi nr. ow mn.-ticdncA Mover TAoutind dlhr.i,tiiv enleu - mCjjBo Nf-f Uey ? pHntid for prewnt i nttise. Thin limnh.tlslitHX(croa tMJd iiovn Tioininj;. iwt, m iut vunrj n.fi ,hry hif levied u ,hc m,U1 rMt." .w. r.v.-- f . .. . ,1 : . Tt h trno that 1,1? uaiptnation h in iii'jt about one" thousand dollar.'. 1 lie oilers, however, ,prp. Qonhidvrjil much t-.Mier than blank pr.per. They aio not Yn-inev, but they"'aiejust ai good as any cliiims can bo f6r tlloso who do not want to mako a ciiculating. 'uiedium of them, Honest John tlnllrt intend to no nuout their value it 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. — 3 April 1862

iwniMiuimtwiui' in LOOM. AND MtBOEIXANCOUS ITEMS ,V I'll Hi n, IHIIU. timjiLsoay, REMOVAL. 'flm t.'A.Mi-nofflcD ha been icmovcd to I'ikk's now building, one door wont or the Kmplro House, Building Up. FfiMitnicK Maiiciiand lias taken life contract for rebuilding the burnt put t of the Kmplrc Home. Tho wotk will bo pushed ahead nnd completed lu n short tlino. . At Home. Dr. EmmiiiT, Surgeon to Eth Ohio Regiment, arrived homo on furlough on last I'i May. The Dr. looks well and feels well. Ho will icturn to Ida regiment In a day or two. Thanks. Our thanks arc duo to Hon, It, II. NuotN and Hon. J. S. Carlisle for documents ; to l.lcut. N' V, Vobkr for Nashville papers j to John Hutch inso.n for a fine lot of apples. A Monopoly. got ma king regular tiipj through this region of country, other peddlers havo left tho field. Jake sells tho best and the cheapest goods, and in consideration thereof ho 1ms all tho customers. Bricks Loose. AAnoN Waits, who was uomlnatcd by tho Hack Republicans, ...

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. — 3 April 1862

Death Bed of Gen. Jackson. BY J. S. C. ABOTT. On Sunday morning In Uio your 1827 A9 General .laclcnon mul his vvifo woio wrtlking lownnU tlio littlo llcrmitngc church Bhe ontrenleJ him to uko ft clcoi doil htand a nClulstiiui, and loiiiiiloim niMlSniMv with tha church. Ho reiilied : "My dear if 1 wcro to do that now it would lio snhl all over uio coimuj hud duno it for the sako of political clTocl. My onou.ies would say so, 1 cannot do H now hut 1 piomito yon th.it wlioii onco m no I nut cntiicly clear of politics I will join tho church. oc Oa tho 1:3rd day of Dfccmlei' lS2i Mrs. Jackson lio I. It was a tcrril.lo blow to herluManwlio had lovod hor with singular fervor and constancy.--Ho never quite iccovcrcd Irom tho shock. Ms spirit Lciame very much subdued, tvi 1 ho gave upcntitoW tho uso of piofauo la' guago to which lie liml been awfully ad .ited in Iim younger days. Mr. Nicholas T. TiU of Virginia was Privnto Seciotmy of President Jackson. On ono occasion it seemed ncccstary lo...

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. — 10 April 1862

iTTiwra TTiTin w iiiniai igminmx ESTABLISHED A. 1). 182(5. MILLHKSHURG, OHIO, TJIUKSJ)AY MOHNINO, APRIL 10, 18(12. NK W SKR1J3S-V0L. 24-NO. 8. THE fAtm fltamtg gmm. runusnicn kvrrv tiiuiisoay ' BY J. A. &. B. ESTILL. Terms of Subscription: 60 One rear, nilvnnco, SI, If not pal J within tho year.. 82,00 Rates of Advertising : Ono tqnnrot throo wook ? 1 Kach additional Insertion '' Ono square, throo raontls, '-''" Ono nquaro, six mouths 4 0(1 Ono square, twclvo month' " N Ono fourth oolumn, ono jcar 2i Ono half column, ono year !' w Ono column, on yoar CU uu JOB riCIJVTIXO Of evory description executed In thelicit stjlo and on rcasnnnblo terms. Tlio Fahmeii has a larger olrctilctlon than any other papor In this section of the Statu. It Is now. anil has been for thirty six cousccittlro )cars tho official paper of tho county. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEY. Ii. K. CltlTCIiriMM), ATTOUXEV AT 1,AV. illllcralurK. Ohln. Offioo. In Oritchncld's lllodk. 2J.. WH.I.IA3I iu:i:i, A TTOnSKY AT L...

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. — 10 April 1862

orriciAt rxrEK of tiik cucm-v. J. A. A V.H'tMl.ls, Kill lorn. MILLLEKBURG, OHIO I Tllt'HSDAV, - - Al'HII. 10, 1H02. WBMsaWSMt Local Elections---Unprecedented Local Elections---Unprecedented Democratic Majorities. Tlio elections in this plnco on Monday last resulted tlociilcilly in favor of tlio tho Democratic tickets. The Republican corporation ticket "reheated in good or-1 i .. i r .......,. i ' HOI UOIOIO 1110 YOllllJ UUIIIUIUIII.I.-U, nun tho Dcmocrnlic ticket was elected with out nny icgulnr opposition by from 110 to 113 mnjoiify. The following is tho result on tho town ship ticket: TRUSTEES. Goorgo Ii. Cook, Dcm 200 James Shelly, Dcm 200 E.Uvnrd Carpenter, Dcm 250 i...i.. nn M.Rudy. Rep 00 11.11. Robictun, iV 05 Samuel Vooihcs, Hep 01 CLERK. John S. Orr, Dcm JJUS TREASURER. Henry Young, Dent 201 Henry Yeigin, Hep 80 ASSESSOR. Frank McCombs, Dan 338 CONSTABLES. Alex. T. Hell, Dcm .'. U. M. Cameron. Dcm Gcoigo Robbins, Devi James Albertsnn, Hep . .i.ii . HIS . 250 . 811 Thoso mai...

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. — 10 April 1862

? in )i .. 'I S i I.OOAI. AND MIBCELtANEOUB 1TUMS. J TllOUSDAVf Arm i, io, twi. REMOVAL. Tho FAitsiiiaofllco has been t emoted In I'ikk.'h how building, ono. doorncstof tho llmptro llouso. Great Bargains. II, C. lirowii) Ailuco of JiinitM llubrun k Son, la giving great bargiliu In llatilnnrc. 8to advertisement, nJ call nud nnU3 a Tow dollar. Clothing. UetiJ. Colin lias Just iccchod a fine Block, of clothing which ho U oflciliig at reduced juices. Call and see US' slock. Advertisement nc,U week. Millinery Goods. Mrs. A. II. Uhler Isjust rcccivelng a complete and beautiful assoitmcnt of .Vllllucry good. fitrn. Uhler alwnjs has tho nicest, most fushlon able and cheapest goods In tho county, Peter Drushell. Tho funeral sermon for I'ctor Drushell, of tho lfth IlCg't 0, V. M., m ho died at Camp Cumber, laud, Ky., will bo preached by llev. J. W- Swlek in the Lutheran Chuicl. at llcnlon, ou Monday tho 21st at 10 o'clock, A. M. Wayne County Democrat. J. A. Marchaud, Ksq., has based tho Woyno...

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. — 10 April 1862

Tit for Tat. Dol)bs wns up nnit doing, April Fools Pav. A Mnculnr phenomenon wns to 1o scon iu tlio vicinity of his plnco of bit finosa. Dobbs wont bo mo from bis stoio the last evening in March, nnd while tn king ton, remarked to his wife, that his colored portor had been blcsscu with an incroaso of familjr. "Why," said Mrs. D., "that makes nino 1" "Exactly" paid ho i "but tho singu larity about Ibis now comer is, that ono half ol Its faco is black." "Dear me 1" exclaimed Mir. 1)., "that is singular, indeed. How strange Yliftt can bo tho causo of such iliafig-i moment ?" "Oan't say," said Dobbs ; "but it U a curiosity worth seeing, to sny Ilia least of u. "So I should think," returned his bet tor half. "I will go down in the mom .,,! int.-n ennVi ilnlipnr-ina na tlin ivn. iub, u - 1.1 11 l i ,1 man nccutj, mm acu uiu uhiiu v inu oiiuiu timo. Dobbs knew sho would, so he went out to smoko a cigar, and tho subject was I'ropped for the evening. Next morning after he wont to his ftoro, ...

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. — 17 April 1862

lie Mllfl ? t. ESTABLISHED A. D. 182G. MILLERSBURG, OHIO, THUIIsSaY MOHNIiNG, APRIL 17, 1862. NEWSERIES-VOL. 24-NO. 9. THE Holmes County Farmer. l'uni.isiini) KVGity Tiiunstur BY J. A. & E. ESTILL. Tonus of Subscription: Ono rear, In advance, 51,60 If not paid within tho rear 52,00 Rates of Advertising: Ono square, thrco wooks $ 1 (0 f.acn uuumonai insertion v.i Ono square, throo montls - 2 50 Ono square, six months 4 (to Ono square, tnolvo monllii 7 (in Ono fourth column, ono year So on One half column, ono rear, 35 till Ono column, ono rear , go on JOB PRINTING Of ovory description cxccutoJ In tho best sljlo and on reasonable terms. Tho Farmer has a larger circulation than any other papor In this scolfon of tho State. It is now. and has bcon fur thirty six consccutlvo rears tho official paper of tho county. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEY. L. ii. curi'curim.i), A TTOHNKY. AT LAW, Jllllcrslurir. Ohto.- Offico, in Critchficld's lllodk. SJ-tj. wiiiiiiAiii iu;i:i). A TTORNEY AT I, AA...

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. — 17 April 1862

Holmes County Farmer. official nrEii or the COt'ffTV, .T. A. to K. 1!ST1I.I.. i:aus. JULLLEEBURO, OHIO! TJIUllSDAV, - - AVIUU IT, 102. No Democrat a Disunionist. No man can bo n Domocrnt and nt snmo timo bo a tliaunionist. Devotion to country, fidolity to tlio Oonsttiution and obedt'enco to tlio laws nro cardinal doctrines of tlio Democratic party. This is the foundation upon which tlio party was first erected by tho founders of tlio Kepublic, and to this it has faithfully adhered at all times and under all circum stances. Amid tho wildest din of fntint icism tho Democrncy havo raised their warning voice, appealed to tho reason and judgment of tho people, and pointed out approaching danger. Thcro is an abolitionist in this placo whom wo havo repeatedly heard to chargo Democrats with being traitors, and to provo it would cito to Davis, Fi.ovd and others. These men woio Democrats, it is true, but they bolted Democratic nom inations, endeavored to break up tho party and placed themselv...

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. — 17 April 1862

SffvVihirt (fttiMthl HffjYVIWfV gatvw .vjw.g Cj.MvM' LOOAI. AND MtSCEIiLANEOUS ITEMS, THUltSDAY, Al'UIL it, REMOVAL. TlioI''AniERonicoliiii been removed l Tike's new biilldiiis.otio door west of tlio Empire- Houco. Agricultural Reports. Ex-Senator Eason lias loft with lis a tat of Agricultural Reports for distribution. Thosu vlio deslto copies will plcaso call and go1 tlicm. Denies It. Dr. Atkinson positively duiilus having sung tlio'nogro song at tlio Republican Convention sonic two weeks ngo. Well, our reporter was In error It was "that other fellow'' who did tho singing. Alfred A. Ridle. Mr. Kidle, who was with Dr. Pomkiiknh In tho 42d Ohio Itcg't, was discharged on ac count of sickness and Inability to stand thu hardships o( camp llfo, came homo n taw days ngo. lie looks llko a pretty sick man yet but wo hope for his speedy rccovory. Thankfully Received. AVe nro Indebted to tho kindness and liber ality of Mr. Coiin for a very good and pretty vest pattern. By tlio way, Mr. Cuit.v...

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. — 17 April 1862

[From the Logan Gazette.] HOT GOSPEL. HOT GOSPEL. Stated Preaching may be Expected in this Place Every Two Weeks. Place Every Two Weeks. [Reported Exclusively for the Logan Gazette.] Mv UncETHEnix Wo will open up on this occasion, by Bininncr, to tliolongmo trc, what tho Domocrats (who can't go to Iica von j might call n negro song, mil which, my urothorin, is pronoriy a coi orcd Sam. And whilo your proaclicr lines out, you will plcaso sing, particu larly tho sisterhood, as Iliko to hoar thoir voiccs-ali I From Af-rl-ca tlio negro cmo, Arise, my brectticrin, blew his name. ! Stntid up, raj brcetlierln, bless tlio Jay The negro canio from Af ri-ca. Ho Is the objek of ourlovo, In him tro tiro In Mm wo move, For him n preach, for lilm we pray For him we meet from da; to uaj. Remember 'twas the nhitu man's tins Which splayed his foot and bowed liU .'lilru, His shins wcro straight ns straight could bo Till thej wcro bowed in Sla-vl-rec. Thcn,bicctbcrin, let jour blessings riso Upon his h...

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. — 24 April 1862

the 1 ESTABLISHED A. D. 1826. MILLERSBU11G, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 18G2. NEW SERIES-VOL.24-NO. 10. THE ri'nl.lSlIEI) EVERY TtlfllSIlAV BY J. A. & R ESTILL, Terms of Subscription! One rear, In ndvance, $1,60 If not paid wttMn tlio year $2,00 Bates of Advertising: Ono square, tlirco weeks,., $ 1 10 Knch additional Insertion M Ono square, three montls 2 .50 Ono square, nix months -I (hi Ono squaro, tnclvo months 7 (in Onn fuiirtli column, one jcar, 50 00 Ono half column, ono iciir 3.1 nil Ono column. ono year no (10 JOB FltUVTIiVCi Of every description executed In tlio best stile nnd vn reasonable tonus. Tlio FiitMKit has n larger circulation than nny other papor In this section of the State. It Is now, nnd 1ms been for thirty fix consccutlvo scars the official paper of tlio county. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEY. L. It. CKITCIiriKI.I), A TTOKNUV AT 1,AW. lllllcrsburg, Ohlo.- unico, in (Jritclillolors Ulmlk. I'-M-n. WILLIAM ItKKl), ATTOBNKY AT I,AW, MUIrrsburg, Olilo. Ofli...

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. — 24 April 1862

Holmes County Farmer OtFICIAl. TAfKH OK THIS COCNTV, A. V V.. r.STIIjIi, IMIIois. MILLLERBUEG, 6ilI0! TliritsDAV. - - AIMtll. -' MfW ' " Abolitionism-Let it be Crushed. .... . .1 'J.liat tlio agitation Ol mo .icgio quia-, linii l.nlh ill nml nut nf CoHBlOSH. IS tllO 0 . , I. - t.!..1. .............. ..tn.iiilii nihil tion, both in nnd out ol Congress, is mo, f . t . roci: upon which our once giunm. happy Union stranded, no tnno man will doubt. It is a proposition too plain and ,11 nmlenttood to admit of any dispt to. , . wen understood io m. i -r - Itwas predicted runsos, J.icksox, Clay, W misrai, Dol-, o..As. and. indeed, all the p.onnnont . . statesmen ol our country that aim- ry agitation would eventually disruption of tho Union; ami add, that many" of the abolition agitators f tin. Iter iliii tv viini-u niinnlv iirncmiliicil themselves- in favor of a dissolution ofi tho Union with a view to the oxtormina tion of slavery. Tlio little cloud that tho prophets saw J. XT l.l 1 1 1......

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. — 24 April 1862

Holmes County Farmer. LOCAIi AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS, TIIUJINDAY, - - Al'KH. 21, iHd'i. w REMOVAL. 'l'lio 1''ahmi!Uo(I!co lias been removed lo Pikk1 now oulldlii;,oiio iloor nest of tlio Hintihc House. Going Up. I'm. in: it i ui Maiiciianii, with his men, Is rapidly pushing to completion that pat to! tliu Umpire lluuso burned oil' some tlino .-.c. Hurrah for Nashville. Ukoiiiik Ui:r:u has just received nt Nashville, In tills count)-, a very largo mid deidrnblc htock of Spilng and Summer Goods, and threatens to Pell olV at astonUhlnsly low prices. (Jivo him a call. Not to be Discharged. It has been ftoiiuontly repoitcd lor a long tltno that tlio 11 mil Hoys wero to bo dlscharg. cd and lottirn homo. It lias been lln.illy set. tied that they will not bo discharged, Thu Hands frill nil bo iclalncd In tlio servlcu. Lieutenant-Colonel French Atilied ot rittsburyh Landing at tlio cHho ol' the light, llo commanded two Uegtiiicuts, his own and another, in puisuing tlio iclre.iling ene my. In...

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. — 24 April 1862

Variety. No mnn cnn lcavo a bettor legncy to tuo world than ft well educated family. "Bob, bow's your sweetheart getting?" "Pretty well, 1 guess ; bIio says I needn't tall any more." ItuAnr.n, whether you oro old or voting, you havo at this moment in your heart wilder romnnco than was over wntton. The Pr.nsiANs have a aying, that "Ten measures of talk wcro sent down upon tho earth, and tho women look nine" To criminato and recriminate never yotl was tho road to wonciliation. do you mako tiial of tho soft answer that lurncth away wrath? Woman. The- morning star of our youth; tho day star of our manhood; tho evening star of our ago. Heaven bless our stars! Reflective minds cannot bo wholly idlo. Even in play, they work cn, in nj.ito of thomselvos. Seasons of intermission often givo riso to tho best thoughts. "Pat, you aro wearing your stockings wrong sido outward." "Och, ond don't I know it, to bo sure; there's a liolo on tho other side, there is." A dandy observed that ho hnil put n ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 1 May 1862

lie ESTABLISHED A. 1). 1S2U. M1LLE11SBUHG, OHIO, T1IUKSDAY MOHNJiNG, MAY 1, 1SG2. 1 wmnMkj NEW SICR.ES-VOL.24-;NO. II THE ITHMSttEt) F.YKHY TltCMPAY J. A. &. E. ESTILL BY Terms of Subscription: One year, In aJvivnee, " H nt paid wltliin the year. .S1,S0 52,00 lUtcs of Advertising: Ono square, three, wochs Kach additional iiuorllntu... Ono square, tlirco Innntls One square, six months,.. One square, twolvo mnutli Ono fourth yoluinu, ono year Ono half column, ono year, Ouo column, ono year ? I '0 9 .V) I IHI ? IK1 JII IH Xi IKI lit) ou .1 o i: iitiXTiNi Of every description executed lu the bust sttle. ami on reasnuablo terms. TI10 I'akmkii has a larscr elrcuktlou than any other paper In thin section of tho Stale. It linuw. and has been for thirty six consecutive years tho official paper of tho county. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEY. I( it. eiMTCIiriltl.l), A TTOUM'.V AT LAW.' Millaribum, 1 Y Offlco. In UrltelificM'i flloiik. , Olitn.-f.M-r,. iti:i:i), A TTOIiM'.V AT l.WY, JIlllersln...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 1 May 1862

OiriCIAL I'AH'.lt OV TltK COUNTVi .1. A. V II. KKTIMj, IMItor.s. MIIXLERBURO, OHIO! TlIt:KStAY, - - - 31 AY I, IHIIJ. IlMrHTTTllllJln;lllr1r"lMm Infamous Legislation. Tho bill which has passed tho Legislnliuo divides tho Statu of Ohio into (.'onuressioiinl Distiicts bo foniicd lhnt there aro onlv two of them lvliii'Ii , have Democintic majorities according to volo at the last Oofohcr election . , ,, i,,., r f.J This would give 17 inombcis of Con-! gross to mo vu,uuu iu' " uri'i ed Tod, and only two members to tho 150,000 voters who supported Jowett. This is tho honesty of tho men who pro tend to abhor Floyd's thieving 1 Ik stolo guns they would tob moro than 100,000 Democrats of their lightful lcpicsentn tion in Congicss. No regard has b;en paid to geograph ical position and hut very littlo to pop ulation. Tho District in which wo aio pl.tccd is intended to bo ccitainly ISlack Republican but wo bolievo they liavo not hitched on enough Roncrvo counties to swallow up tho Democracy 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. — 1 May 1862

0.1? tt....., iV i... jIJ.a,. I glM tomis gmwi LOoAl. AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. TIUJItSDAY, - - - WAY I, INK!. mi iw mm wiiiiiiiia hi ml Receipts on Subscription. John liiinotil. ! SI AO Andrew. lohn.loti..? I Si II. V Spencer.,... I ."0 M, (!, I. Hci .' mi William MoKeci... I .'.n .Incoli Miller '.' 10 .litcnlj 1 l t-rsoii 'J mi in. l'rojjnvnlor... 1 SO llornthi 1'urily 7.'. dir. Hoover 1 .11 I'reil. K'i'olm ....... "3 i'linrlu Knrnl i! Ml V. M. lllnht i HI Sniiiiul (Inrrclt. . . . 1 .1) (loo. Holders 1 (l Hnm'l Charlton t .'.i 1r. A. (!. Jllllor.... .1M) .lonathan Nevll .... 1 f(l Suloinoii V. rurrcr I .in Dou8ift Whiio .... :s .Inline Mown in S. 1'. (Irny 3 37 .lull ii II. Sterling... 1 5 Hubert (Ira)... 3 ill Joseph Ax I nil VvS.rimmr::::: i ti, iicorno iinuit I ,vi Hubert Tailor.. ... I Si Andrew Adirmlio. I n XaVouh ? !! W . T. (IrlstY. .' i ;,n '"iiioj 1'iirra 4 3 ! l-MoMiMrinwr" l.'ll Snider 1 Ml lllls Honjtlahd . a im! Henry i nuns J su llnmlolnli Wtllj. .. ft (m '"sepii iio...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 1 May 1862

Variety. Variety. The Ohio Troops at Pittsburg-- Did any of them Run. We extract io following from llio cor respondence of tho'St. Louis Republican, dated Pittsburg, April 14th : Did tlio Ohio troops um ? It's nil a baso slnmlcr, isn't it ? Frankly, my good friend, I think some r il,, ,.,, I fnf t T ntn sum nf 1,1 lull - ..... - -j it. Tl tn lmnnons. too. that troons from othor States ran also. Thus I happen to know thai col mm .uicingnii rcjiimun" who woro brought up to support McOJcr uand's lino, wlion Sherman was falling back, broko in such confusion as to bo utterly worthless. So I know of Iowa and Wisconsin troops that fled in as wild panic as any. So, too, Illinois troops wavoicd and fell back. In fact I do not know of any troops on tho field on Sun day that did not do somo running, and there woro not a fow that ran quite ns fnst, as early and as far a thoso from Ohio. Tho motloy crowd that thronged the bluffs and sneaked behind tho river banks for protection, Sunday afternoon...

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