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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 30 October 1862

" ' r"r' ' """""" """"" 'M1""I ' I HI I I . ll.ll! , ,M,.,,, ' L'" " mt ESTABLISHED A. D. 182(5. MJLLERSBURG, OJJLO, TJIUJlgD At MORNING, OCTOBHIl 30, ISGi NEW SHRIES-A'OL.24-NO. 37. THE HOLMES COUNTY FARMER. rilni.isnr.ii rvkiiv tiiuushay BY J. A. & E. EST ILL. Terms of Subscription: One ) ear, In advance, ' 31,80 If not p.ilj within tho re nr.. $2,00 Rites of Advertising I Inn ftniinrn. lliron w-ooks S 1 Kiioh additional Insertion All One square, llireo mtintls, S(i') Ono square, six months 4 ' U , Ono square, twclv) inolilln, T Ml Ono fimrtli ul ii in 11 , onoxMir Sii Ml ()no half column, ono joar, 33 on ()no column, emu car Cull) .1 O It I II I IV T I N Of everr ilncrlpttnn executed In tlic lcit sljlo and tin rcafiiimljlo loriu. Tim Kaumkii li.ua larscr clrculrtinn limn nnv itlicr paper in tlii vceiimi of Ihu State. It is now. ml tins been for thirty tlx consecutive lenis tliu uuiclnl paporof the counti. BUSINESS DIRECTORY". ATTORNEYS. i,. u. citrrciirir:i.i), A TTOHN'KY AT ...

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 October 1862

HOLMES COUNTY FARMER. orrio rK or covntv. ,V. A 12. USTIM,, iMItors. MIULER3BUKO, OHIO: rui'itsn.w. - ocToutnt no, ihii.'. "Butternuts," "Seeesh." &c. We admonished our llepublican friends some timo since that tho indiscri mate call inc of Democrats all tho odious terms they could think ol, would not woik well. From tho recent elections it is evident) that a majority of the Northern people dc sire Democratic rule : and, if Hopnbli can authority is worth nuvthinu'. Domo- . cratic rule Ss'tantamount to tho success of' Jeff. Davis and his rebel cause. Wo hope tho people of tho United States, well as European counttios, will not tako those gentlemen at their word, as wo aro not satisfied tho Southern Confederacy ought to bo locognizcd tho wotld over. It may como to lebel success yet. Tho Northern Congress has woikcd so faith fully to that end, tho rebellion may bo successful. Tho Northern Congress "sowed tho wind, aud may reap the whiil wind." Bui Democrats havo done their duty. The...

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 October 1862

surihnM ffioimto Avwtv, LOCAL- AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS, TlllIIt.NDAY, - OCTOIIMU rio, ISU2. GLORIFICATION. It Is proposed lo Imvo ajubllleo nt Mlllcrsburg, ON TUK8DAY EVENING, NOV. 4, over Mm splendid political victories Just gained by tlie conservatives over tlio abolitionist. Congressman Umss nnd Attorney General Ciutciifielii will po present to briefly address tlio people. Tlio brethren from Lorain, Medina, Wayne, Ashland and other counties nro Invited. Every white man's 0 lend Is Invited. Commlttles Iiavo chaigo of ccrnlu arrange ments, but let every man do all that he can to add to the Interest of the occasion. Como with your Music, Humors, Transparencies, tc. The First Snow. Quite n heave snow fell on Saturday night last It was the fist of the season. The 120th. The 120th Regiment left Camp Mansfield on Saturday last. Their destination Is Kentucky or Western Virginia. Good luik to them wherever they may go . Jubilee at Weinsberg. The Democracy or Paint Township and the to gion...

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 October 1862

The Great Adventure of our Day —A Live Yankee in China. A v:tiAiitr1inn ( 'hum 1 irtrrnn.n,itLlpnt nf " ' B .7' - i- tlio Nmv York llcrnUl, writuic on Only 20tli, gives a lively filxctch of tlio course of ouo ol tho greatest mtvcntuios ot uioa-, crn times, anil ono wWo history reikis in., i.. i !-.. v:..l.i ll.. ...,!.. UhU WIU iuni'inil AUgm. ill) Ml,) n ill.. two or threo yens ago a coasting vestal arrived at Slmnglmo, having a mate until cd Frouonu NYniil, who was agicen isli looking fellow, with a tough, lmnlytliU constitution, and an cyo that showed him nlcntv ofdctiMiniintion and nlncik. Ho had in his iosm?smcii a Miit of clothes and six Mexican dollars. Ho is now, at "a modcrato estimate, worth as many linn- dro tin nsand, and all cnind by Ins mlven tuieous spirit, llohad been in Xieurngua with Walker, and in tho Crimea, and had scon tho woiM generally. At tho time of his arrival at Slianghao, tho conn try was in rebellion, as indeed it has been from timo immemoiial. Tlio Gov...

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 November 1862

Site iwtfcfi mm .'All ESTABLISHED A. D. 1826. MILLERSBURG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER G, 1S62. NEW SERIES-VOL.24-NO. 38. THE ffoltMS Cffmmtg TUnLlSnED KVKRY THCnSDAT BY J. A. & E. EST LL, Terms of Subscription: One rear, In advance SI, 50 If not paid within the rear $2,00 Bates of Advertising: One square, three weeks t 1 M Kaoh additional insertion 50 One square, three mnntls One square, six months,.... 4 0 Ono square, tuclre month 7 00 Ono fourth lolumn, one icar, Sil 00 One half column, ono jcar 33 ox Ouo column, one car CO 00 J OK I It I NT I XG Of every description executed In tliohcst stlo and on reasonable terms. The Faumeii has a larger circulation than any other paper in this seotioii uf thu Stale. It is mm. and has been fur thirty six consecutive lears the official paper of tho county. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. i,. it. cuiTciii'ir.i.i), A TTOKNKY AT LAW, .Mlllcrsuurir. Olilo. .iV omue. In Critchficld's fllodk. ts8sJ. wh.i.ia.m ui:i:n, ATTOIINI'.V AT LAW, Mill...

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 November 1862

OFFICIAL rAEril OP T1IK COt'NTV, J. A. tV 13. USTIM-. Etlllms. I MLLLER3HUB0, OHIO ! TiiunsuAY, MiVKwnnn o, iRfi2. GREAT JUBILEE! Thousands of Democrats Having a Good Time! THE PEOPLE REJOICING! Tuesday evening last was tbo bigost time ever bad in Millcrsburg. At an early bonr in tbo afternoon pcnplo com luencod pouring into town from all patts of tins county, and many from neighbor ing counties. At an early hour in tho oyening tho slieots wcto filled with men and women. No ono could venturo gue6s at tbo number, present, but it amounted to thousands. Wo can but briefly and, poihaps, im perfectly notico tbo proceedings. Tho town was beautifully illuminated at six o'clock. At soven o'clock tho procession wns lormcd, headed by tbo Millcr.shuig Hand. In tho procession wero ovor n hiimlrcil transparencies, with various mottoes, among which wero tbo following: "Down with Secession and Abolition." "Bully for Bliss, 87 Majority." "Tho Old Union-Savers." "1708 Majority for tl o Wbito Man's T...

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 November 1862

Mmm Gmmh) gmmxj LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS, TllllltNDAY, NOVKMIUIir , IHII2. Religous Notice. ' KMcp J. F.Jiui.vston will preach In the 1)1?. .1 1. . . , . .1 mines i-uuriii next ouiiu.iy ni II o ciock. niiu at night. .... ' Let'em March. Olil Joint Ili'owti'a Hotil la niarclilne on. nnil tliu Jtrnulllirall tllirtv I. rivllflilnrr nDn, tl f..f.Vu. I , ... .... tJ-. boJy knows litre to A safe journey nnd a lonpslav tu th.i l.nnito.. October. riolden October iias glldeil ntvay ftora us for ever; but tve, and generations to conio, will bless it through all coming tlmo for wli.tt It has con. fercd upon us. It has glided tho hopes of nil true patriots. It has blasted f.tuatloliiu with tho biting frosts of popular disapproval. Good Grounds for Exception. A drafted man from a neighboring township in Wayne county 11 fow days ago secured a le exaui. inatlon fiom the Examining Surgeon. IIo com. plained of n sprained ankle, but we'll give tho conversation butween the nppllc.iut for exemptio...

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 November 1862

Variety. Variety. THE BEACON, OR LIGHT-HOUSE. Tlie iccne moro beautiful far to my cjo, ThiD If In It" FllJe I""1 "aJ'J " The land breczeblctv tnIM, mil tho azure arch'J sky LoolM pur. as tlio Irit tlint made It. The mutmur rose (oft as I silently BzU Ou tho shadowy waves' playful motion, From tho dim distant Isle, til tlio bcacon-Gro blai'd Like itarin the midst of tho ocean. No longer tlio joy of tho sailor boy'sbrcast, Washcard In his wildly brcath'd numbers; The sea-bird had flown to her wavc-girdloJ nest; Tlio fishctman sunk to I1I3 slumbers: Ono moment I look'd from tho bill's gentle slope, ( All buih'd was tho billows' commotion) And thought that beacon look'd lovely as hope, That star of life's tremulous occau. Tho tlmo Is long past, and the scene Is afar; Yet, when my head rests on Its pillow, Will memory sometimes rcklndlo tho star That blazed on tho breast of tlio billow. In life's closing hour, when the trembling soul flics And death stills the heart's last emotion; 0! th...

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 November 1862

- tie grimes timt& mpeg,- ESTABLISHED A. D. 1826. MJLLERSBU11G, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 18G2. NEW S ICRTES -V0L.24 N 0 . 39. THE gate (Smmty f jmm rmiMsimn evkiiv tiicrsiiay JMy J. A. & E. ESTILL. Terms of Subscription: One joar, In advance SI, 80 If not pnld within tho jenr 52,00 ,,J' Bites of Advertising: Ono iqunro, tlirco weok S 1 '5 Knell nthlltlunal In-ortinni .Ml Jlne rqunro, three inontlj s m )no aqunrc, six month , 4 10 Ono rquarc, twelve month. 44... 7 0(1 Ono fourth loltimn, nno 1 rur 91) no Ono half column, nno lenr, :(." on Oo column, ona roar (ill (10 . . jo ruiNiiivr. . Of every dccriptlon executed In thol'cst stilo find on ro.i-onnlilo terms. The 1'aiimkii lima Inrsor circulation thnn any other paper In this section of the Stnlc, It is nun. nd hns liccn fur thirty six consecutive )enrs the oIQeltil paper of the county. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. r,. it. cutTciii-'ir.i.u, A'l'TOttNEY AT 1,AW, MlllersburB. Ohln.- IV OITico. in Crltclilicld'a lt...

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 November 1862

IMmw (Stoirotg gimmw If timet Af. rAKI'lt or THE cho.ntv. .1. A. A' Ii. r.MTIlVl., Kulloi's. MILtLERSBUHO, OHIO! TIUJUSDAY. NOVlJ.MUHIt 13, 1802. Weighed in the Balance and found Wanting. Weighed in tho lalnnco nnd found wanting, is tho verdict roturncd by tho pcoplo ngainst tho present Administrn tion. History iurniKlios no parallel to tho romnrkablo political revolution of tho prcfont year. Tlioro nro cntiso for nil this: Tho administration party rofnsed nn honorablo compromtBO designed to save tho country and avert tho diro calamities of civil war. Weals, incompetent and dishonest men nro appointed to positions, both civil nnd military, because o( their shrewdness in political knavery Tho Chicago platform is placed nbovo tho Constitution and laws of tho country Public plunder is winked at by thoso whoso sworn duly it is to protect tho puiity of tho government. Tho financial dcpailtncnt of the gov eminent is weakly managed. Abolition incodiaryism raged liko a consuming firo in our...

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 November 1862

Um fltamlj gnxmw LOOh AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS, TIIUItHDAV, NOVH.MIIHU la, 1802. A Watch Found. Ono of Mr. DixV ctilMrcn found n nllrer wnlcli In Allltcnliurg ffltnc tlmo ngo. Tlie ownor can lmvc It lijr proving property, &c Another Jollification. Tho Democracy of tho region round admit n.l.vlll.. ..Ill Imvn n trri.li.1 InllKlratl,,,. nrt !..,. " , , " V" I-vcrybody Is Invl- -.ilriill, Don't Read This. Wc havo minr ,1elil in ..,! i ., ' we l.avo many tit lib to pay, and we hope all those Indebted to lis will clvc ussoino heln. IV can't mile editorial when peoplo nro continually dtinnhig us for money. Is it True! Vo have been fieiiiontly nsked whether It Is rcnlly true that the drafted men In Lorain and Aledina wero left at home to vote. It Is as true as any thing can be, and no man who lias any re gard for truth will deny it.1 Prosecuting Attorney. L. K. CniTctirinui, Attorney General elect, on Monday last resigned tho olllce of Protccuttng Attorney for this County, whereupon Jmf...

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 November 1862

Variety. A Doubtful Christian. A few tlnyf ftgo n .nUsiotinry visited tlio camp of tho 10th regiment in Hartford, Connecticut, for tlio purposo of giving tho soldiers eomo opirituixl ndvico. Ho wont up to ono tent where stood n privato nnd nid to him: 'My friend, do you love tho Lord?" "No." "Don't lovo tho Lord?" "No." Whereupon tho missionary gnvo tlio young man somo oxccllont nnd appropri ato ndvico, nnd loft with him n tract. Passing on to tinotlior tent, ho camo across another mcmbor of tho regimont. "Do you lovo tho Lord?" "Yes." "I have somo tracts; would you liko somo to distribute?" "Yes, I should bo very glad to roroivo them and pass them around among tny companions." 1 am hannv." said tho missionaiy, to find so trim n christian centloinan as your solf. At a tent just below here, 1 mot a vnnnc mnn. nnd nsked him if loved tho Lord, and ho said no "No," "Said what? ' "Ho said No." "Ho dM, did ho, tvhy, I thought the dn fool knew better I" Tlio umMoiinry wiw understood to say...

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 November 1862

Site mm ESTABLISHED A. D. 1826. MILLERS13URG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1802. NEW SERIES-VOL.24-NO. 40. THE 0lmw fltomtg $ mto rUnl.tSHED KVKHV TlttlllSllAY BY J. A. & E. ESTILL. Terms of Subscription; One ) cur, In ndvnncc, 81,80 If not paid within tlio roar 52,00 Bates of Advertising: Ono Kiuaro, throo wcck I 1 Kacli nililltlnnnl Insertion.. Ono nqUTiro, throo inuntls 2 Ono nunrc, six month, Ono qnnrc, twelve month' Ono fourth lolumn, onoicnr,. sn nil )no half column, cino jenr, J" Ono column, ono year ouui JOB I'iriNTlXO V)f ovorj-ilecrlptlon execute! In tho best stilo and on reasonable terms. , The Faiimeh has a larger clrouirtion than am t1.n nan..- In (I.U iinnl Inn nf I In, SUlltn. It IsnotV. and has boon for thirty six consecutlvo cr tho 'oltioliil papor of tlio cminlir. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. l. it. citrrciii'im,!), ATTOUNHY AT LAW. MlllernburK, h,in. Omce. In Oritchuold'B lllodk. t'.'8-4.i 1 WILLIAM UliCD, A TTOHNKY AT LAW, MjUersliure. x. Office, in...

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 November 1862

vr OtrlClM. TAKfil OP TltK 1'OCs.TY, .1. A. A 11. KSTir.!,, IMIloi-i. MILLLSBBDUUO, OHIO i ; , THUltSMAY, NOYlHttlKIl '-(, ISO Missouri Legislature. Tho St. Louis abolition papers claim that ft mnloiity of tho Legislature of Missouri, just elected nro emancipation lsts. Knowing something of tho terror ism which tho administration at Wash-, ington has exercised in Missouri, we have been prepared for any result of tho oloc- tion. It is, wo supposo, tho President's plan of emancipation that has carried Missou ri compensated emancipation. That plan has not carried in Illinois, nor in "Now Yoik, nor in Now Jersey, nor in Pennsylvania, nor in Ohio, nor in Indi ana. It has not cariicd in the election of a majority of tho next United States House of Representatives. Tho decision of tho country in tho recent elections was, that if Missouri or nny other Stnto wants to emancipate her negroes, sho must do it on her own account, and not on tho ao count of tho Fodoial government. Wo hnvo no objec...

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 November 1862

pfrt1iti"i fifiMnsrvi .fwvmtM' -iVi41irVV MWll rl'JHWHViY 3 "3 LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. TllttltHlUY, NOVIMUIHlt 20, IHOS, Thanksgiving. Tlicro will bo n union meeting of Ihu illlTcroiii lcllglous ili'tioinlnnll tuof Mlllrrebiitfrnwl vceln ty, on Thursday, November 27th In tho Tiillicrari church. Services tocommenco nt 1 1J o'clock, Rormon bv Uev Wit Uiotom. llusl.-.ojs will lio Hiipcneil tliroiiglioiit'llio il.ij. Sad Accident. On Saturday nitwit Inst, Ki.iniaz I.stiu,, Junior nlltor of this paper, wns dangerously Injured hy being Ihrown from n buggy nhllo tho homes wore running nwny. UN ttoutida wcro eonnncd to hla head. It may bo that no paper will bo Issued from tlluolllco next wook. T', MIIS.SM II.IIW I iwhwiii MARRIAGES. Ulli:ii:D November l!Uh, l Iho residence of Mr Colin, by tin- lU'V. J. W. Rwlrk, Mil. COXIIAI) FCIItr I.I.R. ami MISS HANNAH 1IAUTH nil of MllhsbnritO, COMMERCIAL. Millersburg Market. lied Wheal "R bushel OSJl.OO White Wheat "j? bushel $1,0001,10 Uyc -15c...

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 November 1862

Variety. IF YOUR FOOT IS PRETTY, SHOW IT. If your foot Is pretty, atiow It, No matter whero or nlicn, Let all lair maidens know It The foot takes all the men. The faco, so latrand Iuvclj, May charm the gazer's ojo But If tho foot Is homely, llo'll quickly pass yoti b Ho'll quickly, ho Ml quickly, llo'll quickly pass you by. If ynu foot U pretty, show Itj If you wish to catch tho beaux, No longer liido tho telltale charm Uencath so many clothes. Tho Ceuro may deceive you, All hoop'd ntid padded o'er: Uut let mo but surrey tho foot, I'll ask to see no more) I'll ask, I'll ask- I'll ask to sco no more. If your foot Is pretty, show It When you trip along tho street, Tor It wilt catch tho eager eyes Of every mau you meet. Don't toss jour glossy ilnpleta, Nor pout your lips so sweet, Dut gently lift your petticoats And show your handsome feet; And show, aud show, And show your hatidsomo feet It Pays to Take Care of Implements. incuts. Tliorois danger lest, in tlio liurry of won.-, tools l...

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. — 27 November 1862

I EMI 4aT. ESTABLISHED A. D. 1S20. MJLLEKSBURO, OHIO, THURSDAY MOJINING, NOVEMBER 27, I8G2. NEW SERTES VOL.24 NO. 41. THE THE Holmes County Farmer. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY J. A. & E. ESTILL BY J. A. & E. ESTILL Terms of Subscription : One ) car, tn advance, $1,50 U nut paid within tho your $2,00 BY J. A. & E. ESTILL Terms of Subscription : Rates of Advertising : Ono tqunrc, throo woclts $ 1 2.1 hncli luldltlonal Insortlnn no Ono square, tlirco mantis,.... a in Ono square, fix month!!, 4 i 0 Ono fquaro, twclvo month", 7 oil Ono fourth lolumn, onocar 2 no Ono half column, ono jcar, M on Ono column, ono year CU Oil JOB PRINTING Of ovorydo.'crlptlon ciccutcl In tliahcst stjlo and on remnnnhlo tormt Tho Faumrr has a tarser clreitlrtlon than nny other paper In this fed Ion nf tho Stato. It in now. and lint been for thirty six cousccutivo )cars tno ouicial paper of tho county- BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. I,. It. CKlTCIII'IKI.I), A TTOU.NHY AT LAW. Mlllorsburs, Ohln. . Of...

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 November 1862

Holmes County Farmer. OFFICIAL PAEPR OF THE COUNTY. OFFICIAL PAEPR OF THE COUNTY. JAMES A. ESTILL, Editor. MILLLERSBURG, OHIO : THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1862. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1862. Death of Eliphaz Estill. prietor of this paper, has Been tl.o of cotth. Ho was botn Fobiuary '2i 1831, and died November 23d, IHG'2, It is with . heavy hand and a blecding?a heart 1 inako tho most soirowful an-gbellion, Jiouncemcnt of my lifo : -l.i Li . . 1i ... 1 nunusMTiu., junior cuuor n, p.o-rlf JlOllllCSVlllo tlio cart logo Upset, llirowing, i ..i i i i . f . IMIU Willi HIS ucatl ngaillSl a ICliee COUlCr.n G oolock nml 15 minutes P. M. i" : ii....;..T.k r i. ir,n. ..i.;t ur.ng I..U...B..1U. u. xUl,. .,!., driving a pair o l.orses a mile and a.i o u. iio....u.w..e, u u .o., .a. tinny hiiii ui;u niiuiii uiiuMiuii iiiiiu Ho was picked up insensible, at.d sup posoa to be uying. Alcilical ant was 1111 mni1 in titl i rvilli.1 nnd Atrm-v nrTdil mmlii "-J v,-... ........c,,., , , . . ,, i.iii to iotoio...

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 November 1862

Holmes County Farmer LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1862. Behind Time. Tlio publication of llio Kami en Is iioccwnrlly delayed one day thin week, Wo cipcct to lo promptly up to tliiio In rutin o. The Exhibit. Tlio Exhibit of county receipts nlnl expend!, lures will bo found In tii'ilay'a pnper. It flioulil liavo been published fiomo time ngo but wo wcro iiimblo to get It put In type. Thanks, Kind Friends. We are under luting olillgaliom to T. Etvlxa, John Pouijion, Mr Di'.vtun nntl family nml others of tlin t vicinity i and aW to tlio many gomMieart. neighbors nml filciulsof Mlllcrsbtirg for their un remitting attention nml kindness during the past ten days. Warren Democratic Citizen. The Democratic l'rlntlng ohlco at Lebanon, Wnri en County, was destroyed by an abollthn mob In August hit. Vc nro rejoiced that tlio odlcc Is fitted up with now type and tho icgular publication of tho paper resumed. "Tho blood of the martyrs Is the seed nf tlio church. Fine Oyste...

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 November 1862

An Original Duel. Old Ool. S- of Wisconsin, wns nn old genius, aqucor compound of coniv io sorionsncsB. llcplcto with jokes both, original And Bclcctod, ho wns not slow in hutching thorn tip mid dealing thorn out in sniftll dosos on difToront occasions. Ono evening tit a party, n young gen tleman unon whom tho Colonel had told .: l.J 1 r tod, challenged tho Colonel to mortnl combat. Tho challcngo wns nccoptcd. Having tho choico of Weapons nnd tho nppointmont of tho place of mooting, tho Colonol told tho young man to ropair, tho following morning at G o'clock, to a certain spot and added "that ho would 60S that tho weapons worothoro." Tlio following morning, at tho indica ted time, tho young man repaired to tho indicatod spot, (said spot boing among tho lead mines, was naturally furrowed with mineral holes.) "Well youncstor," said tho Colonol, sticking his hands in his pockets and ojecting a Biipoiflnous quantity of tobacco juico from his capacious mouth, "nioyou ready?" Hcccivmg nu ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
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