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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 23 April 1863

ESTABLISHED A. D. 1820. A1ILLERS13UIIG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 2G. 1803. - r - , THE grimts $mmlg farmer. riBi.isnKD kvkhv rnrnsnAr BY ESTILL & NEWTON. Termi of Subscription: On, year. In advanco, 11,60 If not paid within tho rear.. .-$2,00 Ratei of Advertising I On Square, three wcV . ... t I M i-.acn adiiitionai in"nriion o Out square, thres ni'mlU Ona square, six tnuiilli " Ont sauarc. twnlv mnith " fMt Ona fourth oolumn, one year 80 00 nut half o.ihiinn. one icar M 00 oulumn. ona jenr uo no ion i'iiihitino Of every clnoription exocutcd in tho lcst sljlo anil on roasnnnlile tLTins. The Fakmkh lias a tnrnor circmtrtlon than any athi'r papor in this section nf tho Stnto. It. i now, and has been for thirty six eonsuouttva year! the tiflintal paper of the county. .. .- - - - BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. m-nr,--fi' t rr- ti-n i. l' TTORXKl AT LAW, MilWburi. Ohio, uiiiuii ni'i.-ii. . tltnoa. in nccnnd plorr of I rilcMioM s i orner block, opposite tho Court House. 183-45. 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 April 1863

orrioiAi r?ita tit rnn iwrstr. JAJIM A. r.NTIM.. Hlor. HULLIXRSBtTBO, OHIO: Till IJsIiAY. ...TT... APK1I. 83, 1S03 Abolition Despotism. A corrcr.J'OiiJtut of tlio Boston Courier, writing trom Manchester, N. II. ( relutos rr.il rTutnnCPS of workmen having been dis charged from the mill there for having voted the Democratic .Ticket, and whoso families aro now dependent upon public charity to savo them from destitution. One of ihcra an old man named Foley, had sent three sons, the support or his old ago, Into Hie army, and all of them had died in the service. Tli'g was his reward for a patriotism that bad madoj . .. .... I... i.....n,.iniui to ilulcnd mo Government. Tho Hartford Times has published columns cont.iiiilng Instances of similar tyranny In Connecticut. In one inttnnco, an infirm old man, not employed in tho mills voted a white ticket, (the Administration tickets woro yob low,) and tho magnanimous owners of the mills wreaked their vengeance upon hia daugh ter by discharging h...

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 April 1863

TIHIUSOAV. Al'HII. 83, ioa- Democratic Meeting. A twoting will In hold t Farmcritllle on Sat urday, the 8d of May, at 9 o'clock P. M. Put cral ipcakcrs will ba pratont. Fencing. Mr. Tullouk ti enclosing tlio Court llouao yard with a very uico picket fence. Tliii was a much needed Improvement . Missionary Address. Elder R. R. Sloan, of Mt. Vtrnon, Knox Co., will deliver a missionary .dure on Thuraday evening, at the Disciple' church. Law Partnership. Attorney General Critohfiklu and Hun. U. 8. I'll i, have formed a partnership in the practice of the law. They make a troiiR team. ITieir or fice Is that heretofore occupied hy Mr. Critch-riKui. Peter Lenhart, Esq. W aro under repeated obligations to rrrta Lr.MiuaT, Ew., of Walnutcrcek township, for new subscribers and other furors. Walnutcrcek is great for good "Butternuts," and Mr. Lknhart jS ouo of them. A Wicked Trick. The Cadii Sentinel is in the habit of copying Jonathan Q. Smith's letters witiiout giving ua th usual credit. The Oa...

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 April 1863

Who are Entitled to Pensions. Tb qnwtion is often ked : "Who r entitled to pensions ?" The ct of CongTtM, passed July, 18G2, ni..e liber al provisions ior granting pensions to Hissliled or invlM soldiors who hsvo served in the army of tho Union since the 4th of March. lSt31. nd aluo to all wid ows snd children (tin lor sixteen yens of ,) as .well as mothers and dependent sisters of soldiers killed in battle, or who shall die by reason of wonnds received or dieeaFS contracted while in service nd in tho lino of duty. Tho provisions, as s whole aro much niore liberal than tho old pension laws for tho revolution or tho war of 1812. The amount of pensions for total disability are fixed ns follows Non commissioned officers, musicians and pri vates rr month, $ 8 Pfcoml Lieutenants is First Lieutenants 1? Csrtnins SO Major 2." All officers ofhlBh rank 30 Cut a largo majority of thoso accepted as pensioners are only partially disablod, and the amount of pension is rated ao cording to their d...

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 April 1863

Ii mt Y W ESTABLISHED A. D. 1826. M1LLERSBURG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1803. NEW SEWES-VOL. 25-NO. II, THE rVDMHIKP KVKBV TlllIltBDAV BY BSTILIi & NEWTON. ' Terms of Subscription: Ono year. In nJvanoo, If not paid within the yeitr,... .$1,50 52,00 Bates of Advertising ! Ono square, three weclcs Kach additional In-erllnn )ne square, throo montis. Ono squaro, six months,.; Ono square, twelve months n, Ono fourth ooluinn, ono jcrir, One half column, ono year, Ono ooluran.ono year 1 M su 2 Oil 4 (0 7 00 so on 33 Oil CO 00 J O It PRINTING Of overy doscrtptlnn oxeculcd In the best stylo on roasnnjililo terms. ..... Tho Fiiihkk has a larger circulation than any othor paper In this seoUun of tho State. It Isnow. and has Leon for thirty six conscoutlve years tho official paper of the county. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. WILLIAM IlKED, A TTOHNKY AT IiAW, SJHUrsbu, Ohio. h ii(r,nn in iKxnml ainrr nf Crltehfiold s Comer lllooki opposite the Court House. 83-43. D. S. tJIII,, A TT...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 30 April 1863

sRfilmrt ntomiln Pnvmrn' gliVHiHVn' 4MW-4 omcut. rat-nt or tnr. cointv. JAM 133 A. HSI'IIali, Alilltoi-. rnmtsNAY, ... ... AlMtll.no, ibo;i. Address of Holmes County Democratic Central Committee. Frl tntv.r.tYtra . A mt,1 tl tl 1-1114 ItMll CI111-' tulfiousot a tiWcoitUtil IVmn, and ihehorroM lof a ditconlant I'nmn, and UiehorroH 01 10 c'ull war which aro covering tut dmnicllio cm! war which aro covering mis hitherto blefstd land with terror, disaster 'and the tnind dwells upon tho glories of the past and nuxiolijly sceus uiu iuk 01 political) The Constitution, tho bond of Union among tho States and the sourco from whence goveriimcii-0tionlt;i iai powers now , tor mare uinn nevemj - ji-un, rrioi to ltd. was faithfully adhcied to and re (peeled by thoso charged with tlio .ulinliilstnitlou ofnffal. Under it guidance and by the most Implicit obedience to its provisions domestic j-eace and kindly regards, honor and national greatness smiled ution the land. F.very sea upon tho eailh cove...

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 April 1863

primes, (foimtg gntm. LOCAL AND MIS0ELLAHE0U8 ITEMS. Tin)Kai)AY7.T...?Ai'Uir. ao, iBorj". DEMOCRATIC. PRIMARY ELECTION. Pursuant to call, tho Democratic Central Com uiltlco of Holmes county met nt tho Auditor's oflice, In Mlllcrsburg, on Monday, tho 27th day of April, 1BG3. On motion, tho following resolution, wcro adopted : Kesolced, That tho Dcmosrntlo voter, of Holme, county ate hereby nuthorked and ro tiucstcd to meet at the usual place, of holding elections, except In the township of Washington, On Suturdny, tlio 30th tiny of May, IR03, mid proceed, la tha usual manner, to rote by ballot for.l Senator, 1 Representative, 1 I'robato Judgo, 1 County Auditor, 1 County Treasurer, 1 Slictlff, 1 Clcikor the Court ol Common Picas, 1 Prose cuting Attorney, and 1 Commissioner. That In the township of Washington an election fclmll bo held In tho vlllngo of Nashville and one on the wrst sldo of Alohccau creek, at Ship's School House. Uesohcd, That tho County Convention, com posed of tho Ce...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 30 April 1863

Singular Encounter Between a Clergyman and a Criminal. Tho tvorl.1 dl fiction hnrdly contains a moro thrilling cnitptor than nn .nc.tlout which tUAtkod tho Hfo of tho Rov. Mr. Loo, who was recently cut down in his priino while pastor of tho Presbyterian. Church in tho neighboring villngo of W torford. Tho Aclvontiiro occurred on tho uitfht beforo Thanksgiving, a fow weeks previous to tho commencement of tho sud den illnoss which rosultod sadly and fa tally. .Mr:lrto was "Eittiug in his study about 1 o'clock in tho morning, prepar ing n discourse, whon ho heard a noiso bo hind him. and became conscious that somebody wai iii tho room. Supposing that a neighbor had droppod in upon Bomo uuforsocn errand, Mr. Loo said, "What is tho mallor?" and turned around in his chnlr. Ho beheld tho grim fnco of a burglar who was pointing a pistol at his breast. "Oivo mo your watch and monoy," said ho, "and tnako no noise, or I will fire." Mr. Leo said : "You may as well put down your weapon, fori sha...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 7 May 1863

ESTABLISHED A. D. 1S2C MILLERSBUltG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1SG3. NEW SERIES-YOL. 20-NO. 12, THE $hm fltaittlg rcBLisnEn zvkky thcksday BY ESTILL & NEWTON. Terms of Subscription: One ror,ln advance If not paid within tho jour .$1,60 .32,00 IUtos of Advertising! One square, threo week Kncli additional Inscrtinii Ono square, throo Montis One square, tlx months," One square, tnclvo months One fourth vilnmn, ono year, One half column, nno icar, Olio column, one jcar, 1 .:, so 3 (I'l t in 7 IK) SD (XI X no CO IK) J OK IMS I NT I NO Of overy description execute Un tlio best stylo and on rea-onnlito terms, Tim PiiiMRit 1ms a lariyer plreiil-linn than am Allinmnnprtli tills app.lltin fif till. State. ItlsilflW. find has licon fur thirty sis Cunsceutlvo years the' ..metal paper iif the countv BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. CBircitriRui. ClllTCIII'Ii:i,1 A- un r,, ATTOIINF.VS AT LAW, Miller-Lure. Ol.lo. Ollice, in Critchlicld's biiildliiit (up stairs.) 1" WfM.lA.ll iti:i:i), TTIII...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 7 May 1863

nrrtctu riTKK op tiik cucntv. .ia.hus a. i:s'i'ii,r i:tiior jHIuiHSBUBO, OHIO! TIItltSD.VY MAY 1, 1803. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. THURSDAY JUNE 11th, 1863. 7'o the Democracy nf Ohio, and all others infamr of the In ton as ft um anil Ine vontiutawn as ii . You aro hornby notified that the Democratic Stato Central Conimlttco has designated Thursday, the llth day of June, 1SC3, as tho timo for holding the next Democratic State Convention, In tho city or uoliitniiiu, for tho purposo ot nominating a candidate to f acn ot tno following ouicos, vir. i Governor ,' Lieutenant Governor Auditor of Stale ! One Judge of the Supreme Co"' ;', One member of the Board of Public Works. Tho Democratic voter, and all others In favor of tho Union as it vras ana mo uonsu tutlon i It l, of the several counties within llils Stale, nro respccllully requested to pro ceoil to appoint Delegates to represent them In said Convention, on tho following Ono Dclcgato for each county, and an addi tional Delegate f...

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. — 7 May 1863

ggrito (Swmig hmm. LOCAL AND MIS CELLAHEOUS ITEMS. TIUiUHOAY MAY 7, 1803. DEMOCRATIC. PRIMARY ELECTION. Pursuant to cull, tl 10 Democratic Central Com mlttco of Holmes count; met ut tlio Auditor' olficc, In Mlllcrtburg, on Monday, the 27tli day uf April, 1EC3. On motion, tlio following resolutions were adopted : Reiolced. That tho Dcmoi'rntlo voters of Holmes county aro hereby nuttioiUctl ntnl 10 UC8teJ to meet at tho usual places of holding elections, excepi in me lowimiiiri 01 wnsiiingioii, On Satuulny, the 30th lny ol Mny, lH:t, nud proceed, In tho usual manner, to vote by ballot for, 1 Senator, 1 Representative, 1 I'robato Judge, 1 County Auditor, 1 County Treasurer, 1 Sheriff, 1 Clerk or the uourt oi uomnion ncas, l rrose cutlng Attorney, and 1 Commissioner. That hi tho township of Washington an election shall be held in tho villago of Naslivlllo and one on the west side of Mohccau creek, at Shlp'j School llouso. licsolccd, That tho County Convention, com posed of the Central C...

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. — 7 May 1863

A Deserter Secreted In an Abolition Printing Office. It tccorae. our painful July locliroui i ' tiif - n overt at of resistenco Uw i .n hat Icon tiMpctra- '. Hvli-!g nl loyal city, I -ffsrion sympathisers, 01 j m tbj are moro froqucn v , int by the aimon puro Abo onbu. tin diiciplea of Owcu Lovojoy i Ttiwro Greeley. ta ts connected with this high 'ej yttrae6 tvrd. lli5so ; Twd'ClUfcers in tins city on last Thursday, iu . At of a soldier belonging to to l'coria !ty Cavalry Regiment, whom they I to this place, After diligent iuqui .i.wS? ascertained th(t tho soldier thoy m ia March of had been soon lo enter . .folic tyitiWtcan office. The oflicors urfd the Office, but the dosortor could ., . t o iVnrrl. They then consulted our llarab.nl. Mr. MeXeiny, who ndvia- t' .in t" ronko another search of tho iinie, which they did and found tho nrer anugly stowol away in 0110 ol . orna occupiod ns a part of tho pub- n office and editorial room of tho ,ia ItepttMiean newspaper. Ho was .i-ii in ch...

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. — 14 May 1863

Ste lilies Mltftl SC3 ESTABLISHED A. D. 1826. MILLERSBURG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNIiVG, MAY 14, 1803. NEW SI41UES-VOL. 25-NO.-13. THE lmw 2Mg gmmw. runusiiKD kvkhv tiicrsday BY ESTILL & NEWTON. Tonus of Subscription: Ono roar, In advance Ji'j?,. If not paid nltliln tUo rear.. ....$2,00 Kates of Advertising: Ono iqunro. threo wool; 1 Kaoh additional Iniortlpn 50 Ono square, six months,... Ono squaro, twelve months 7 J Uno rourtn ooiuran.oiiojuuri - a.a V.lf Antnmti.nnn ritir.iii .. J.I UO no nrillimn. Dili VOar "U OU J OK Pit I NT IN O Of ovory description executed In thebest stile and on reasonable terms. The Farmer has a larger elrculction than any other paper In this scotlon of the Hlatc. It is now. and has been fur thirty six consocutlvo scars tlio official paper of tho oounty. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. v. n CR1TCIIFIKLD. I. 8. UHI.. CUITCIII'IKM) & IJIIIi, ATTORNEYS AT I,AV, MUlorsburu, Ohio. Offlco, in CrltohDcld's building (up stairs.) 10 WII.TilAM KEUD, TTOUNKY AT LA...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 14 May 1863

Holmes County Farmer. orriciAt rxrKH or thb corf-ir. .ia.HlUs a. v.vrt i.iT, i:Tnor. MiLiu.naauKO, oiuo! TllVItSDAV, MAY II, 19(i:t. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. THURSDAY JUNE 11th 1863. To the Drmocrney of Ohio.aud nil othem in furor of lt 1'nhn as il tens and the Constitution m It i You arc ticrr-bv notified tliat the Democratic Stato Central Coinniilleo lias designated Thurixhy, the llth day of June, as tlio t'mo for holding tho next Democratic Stato Convention, In the city of Columbus, for the purpoo ot nominating a candidate to each ol tho following olllcea, viz : Cortrnor .ituttnant-Gottrnor ; Auditor of State One Judar of the Supreme Court One member of the Hoard of Vullie W'orki, Tho Democratic voters, and nil others In favor of tho Union It was and the Consti tution ni It Is, of tlio several counties ivllhln tliU Stato, nro resiiectlully roqnostod topio ceod to appoint Delegates to represent them In said Convention, on tl.o following basis i Ono Helepato for each comity, an...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 14 May 1863

HOLMES COUNTY FARMER. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. TIUIUNDAY.. MAY 11, IRflH. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION. 1'ursunnt to call, tlio Democratic Central Com mlttcc of Holmes county met nt tlio Auditor's ofilco, in Mlllertliurg, on Monday, tlio 57th day of Anrll, 1EC3. Oil motion, tho following resolutions tvero adopted i Ilttnhti, That tlio Domocrnltc voters of Holmes county aro hereby authorized anil re quested to meet at the usual places or holding elections, except In tho township of Washington, On Saturilny, the notlt lny of May, Iflil.1, and proceed, In tho usual manner, to voto by ballot for, 1 Senator, I Representative, 1 Probate Judge, 1 County Auditor, 1 County Treasurer, 1 Shcrlir, 1 Clerk of the Court ol Cominou l'leas, 1 l'roso cutlng Attorney, and 1 Commissioner, That in tho townlilp of Washington an election shall bo held In tho village of Nashville and ouo on the west side of Alohccau creek, at Ship's School House. Ilctohed, That the County Convention, com posed of the...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 14 May 1863

"A LOVE STORY." D!J ton ever licur toll of Deacon Hftjncs Wli ilrank Ms gin till lie lost Mil bralnf, Ho somlitlrucs ilrafik fonrrturrU . day. And t'tc hoard Ma neighbors ear. Tlmt he nomcUmes drank a gallon ! 'Ilio Deacon drank, for liclorcd his mil In drlrklnp, be ?aU, tlicro was no i n, He turned to Hie lliblo to lrovo It tight) And lold lion- Noah onco got tight, While carrying on a vlnyanl. '11,0 1)0800118 Church was the old Hard Shell' And tho Deacon's fhcU ruts hard as b lit 11' it ladn'l been, theru's no cartlilr doubt, Hut that hisshell vrould h we been burned out, Long, long before It wm. Now, the Deacon ' daughter vas a charming gal; Her namo w.u Sarah thov called herbal They sajr she nas pretty, plump and round , As hamlsomo a Us3 as could bo found In all that country. Now Sally's beau was named Hob Sawyer , A brlghtjroung follow, by profession a lawyer) But old rfdyncs hated him, hence ho said; "I'll break that dovllsh lawyer's head, If ho don't stop coming here !" Hut ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 21 May 1863

lie 2!3 armrr. I ESTABLISHED A. D. 182C MILLERSBURG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 18G3. NEW SERJES-VOL. 25-NO. M, THE ronuanEn kvbkv inonSDAY BY ESTILL & NEWTON. Tormj of Subscription! One ) car, In advance .$ 1,5 If not paid within tho roar,. $2,00 Bates of Advertising i Ono square, threo weeks, $ 1 S Hftoh additional Insertion 5(t Ono squaro, thrco montls s 00 Ono square, six months,.. J 10 Ono square, twelve month! 7 oo One fuurth oolumn, ono year 20 00 One half oolumn, ono year,... 3j on Ono oolumn. one roar CO oo JOB ritlNi'IJVG Of ovcry description executed In tho best sljlo and on rcannablo torms, .... Tho Fauiieu has a larger circulation than any other paper in this scotlon of the State. It Is now. and has Icon for thirty tlx coniecutivo years tho ofliolal paper of tho county. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. cniTcnnELP. s. rut. nniTciirim.i) & urn., A TTOUNKVS AT I.AW, Mjjlerriiurs. OMo.- Otlico, in urucnueiu s uuuuiut; vui- p.....-. - WILLIAM KU12I), A TTOBNKY 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. — 21 May 1863

sSdmw ffijottulfi Jamtv, -5 CP orrtcMi rAi-KR op tub corsTV Mil or. SUttlXHSBORO, OHIO i THURSDAY, MAY 2 1, 1S03. "I Have not begun to Fight Vet." The above innfrungo of the gallant and bravo I'Att. .Toxr., when tbo British Commander asked If ho had struck l.N (lag and surrender. cd, arc memorable words. Although his deck r.is slippery and stroamlng with tho blood of his gallant crow, hN guns every ono dis mounted, his colors shot a aiv.ty, and his ves sel gradually sinking, l'.ut, J osi:s with im mortal heroism, continued to light. Do you surrender I" shouted tho English Captain, desiring to prevent further blood' shed, and seeing tho colors of tho Hon Horn- mo Ulchard gono, supposing the American licro wished-to surrender. Ills answer wasi "I have not begun to light yet t" Tho sccno Is thus described) Thcro was a lull In the. conflict lor an Instant, and tlio bold est held his breath as 1'avji. Jones, covered with blood and black with powder stains, Jumped on a broken gun carriage...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 21 May 1863

LOOM. AM) MIC CELL ANKOUS IIEUO, TIllltSDA Y MAY lilt twin. 11 i i'mim 1 11 1 isssrwassparssMSTwtrsa mjutfWJ im DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION. 1'iiMimlit lo call, llio Dcniocrfitlc Central Coin mlttoo of Holmes county mot nt tlio Awlttor's oflice, In Mlllen-litirg, on Monday, the 'J7tU tiny nf ArHI, HG3. On motion, llio following resolutions ucro mloptcil t llnohed, That tlio Democratic voters of !to1mp toiiiitv aro hereby niitliriiiicil ntnl ro (lUcotcM to meet nt llio usual idiices or holding IJILtllUli?) UAL-JFt III IIIV 1IHIM1 w. . . On Sutiirdnv, tlio notli slity nl Muy, I8li:i, nnd proceed, In tlio usual manner, to voto by ballot for.l Senator, 1 UcprejciiUtlve, 1 I'tobato Jiiileri', 1 County Auditor, 1 County Tiuasurcr, 1 Sliuiifl', 1 Clerk of tlio Comt ot uouimon l'leas, l 1'iomi cutlng Attorney, ntnl 1 Commissioner. That In tho township ol Washington nn election etiall bo held in the village of Nashville and mm on the west tide of Mohccan creel;, nt Ship's School Ilouec. IUeo...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 21 May 1863

A Soldiers' Opinion of the "Union Leagues." Au ofllcor in nn Iowa rcgi'raor, who fotmerly resided in this county, writing to n friend in tlio connty, tJm givos liia vfows in regard to the "Union Leagues:" "I think that "Uhion Ztaguet," madoup of men pledged to ontor thoarmy al thofr "conntry' can, w-ouiii do oi Bomo oon elt: but "Leagnod" composed of thomon pledged to stay at Homo and voto tlio Jio nnliliran Ticket, or in other word. prO' paro for ilia campaign of '04, cannot bo nf nnr ntn in ilia Administrationi as far as soldiers aroconcornod. If wo aro com pollod to fight tho South into tlio Union, iV it stldiers tee tcant. Theso mcotings aro vory good placos for loud'talking pa riots to go to and talk about suppressing ohe rebellion, and calling all thoso who may happen to differ with thorn "Cop porhoadB" and exterminating tho Whito raeo of tho South and liberating tho Black. Onfl of theso meetings is tho last placo to go for recruit. Perhaps somo of them may bo drafted; then th...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
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