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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 28 January 1864

Sir d fir ESTABLISHED A. D. 1826. MILLERSBUllG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1864. INEW SERIES-VOL. 25-NO. 51. rcoLiansD every TiiunsDAr BY ESTILL &. NEWTON. Terms of Subscription: Ono roar, In ndynnoo, If not paid wlth'in the roar.. 1,60 12,00 Ratci of Advertising! Ono square, throo weoks Kaon additional insertion Ooo square, throo mentis Ono squaro.slx months.;; 1 Ono square, twolvo month" Ono fourth lolumn.onovonr Ono half oolaran.ono your One oolumn.one your " t 1 W Sll i no 4 CO 7 00 Si) 00 3.1 00 CO 00 JOB ritlNTING Of evorydoserlptlonexocutcdlnthebcstslyloand on reasonable terms. , . , Tho Farmer hs a larger olrqulctjon than nnr otheYpapor In this section of tho Stale It Isnorr. and has boon Tor thirty six consooutlvo years tho offlolal paper of the county. Business Directory. ATTORNEYS. MAXWELL MAXWELL p. D. JIEl-ER & IIELLEIt, ATTORNEYS UUUnr.iinvnJ Ml ?rsburc. Ohio. Oulco, In the Court- House, up stairs. no49 t,. R ORtlOnrlELT). s- 0UI" cnrrcuFiELD & uhl...

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. — 28 January 1864

Tlio last ho saw oT his poor filliiws on I lit opposite sido thev wore disappearing up tho river bank, fired upon by a wholo regiment of Yankees, lty this time it was dark, tind also raining, lluknow thnt a ncrl'ect cor don of pickets would sunound the foot of .1.. ...... I ,, 1 - 1 Al I uio mountain, aim h no rcmaiucu uioru until morning no would bo lost, So he de termined to run the nauntlct at, once, mid commenced to descend. As he nearcd tho loot ho eamo allnm.-t m personal contact with n picket. His first impulse Wits to kill him, hutfiuding him nsloopho determined U) let linn piooi on. no mime ins way 10 the luih.se of n Union tuilii that ho knew lived there, and weilt'Upund passed him- .belt oil us Captain CJuartorntastcr ot Hunt s regiment, Who was on his way to Athonv Venn., to procure supplies of sugar nnd cul fce for the Union pcoplo of tho country. The lady who appeared asleep while this in terview was taking place with her husband, at tho mention of Sdgar and Coffoo jui...

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. — 28 January 1864

The Holmes County Farmer. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. TtiK Oamk IjAW. Himrfaincn will omo obsc'rvo that tlto game law goes into ofTeol on Monday next. This will bo good iicwh Tor tlio rabbitfl, quilH, etc. .Staiik County Democrat. --Tliificxc(!l-lent Dcmocrrttio paper U out in a bountiful now drcaa. It in now ono of tlio protticut and it ranks among tlio best prtporfl in Ohio. 1'UEACIIINO. Elder J. 11. FiiAHK will prench-noxt Sunday nt 11 o'clock, and at night in the Disciples' Church. Subject in tho morning "Family religion ; at night "How to bo saved." School Kxaminku. Judge Saundkiih lm.s appointed William II. Frankh, a School Examiner for tins county. Mr. Franks is a good scholar, and an experi enced teacher. Backed Down Wo learn from tho Co shocton Democrat that, tho AbolitioniM.x, who mado a great bluster about contesting tho election of tho Democratic county offi cers, have abandoned the contest. A Sknshilk Gal. On Saturday last a young lady fell on the ciippory wdo-walk jn fron...

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. — 28 January 1864

Everybody Notice!! Tremendous Excitement in Richmond And Stilt Rloro Excitement ut KOCH'S, ON THE CORNER, When It became known that lliey had Jolt received from New Totk and Philadelphia a Fresh and Desirable Lot ' -OF- Fall and Winter Goods WHICH THEY ARE Selling at Astonishingly LOW PRICES! WHO'LL ENLIST FOR CHEAP GOODS A Double Armful for siob. WITH 25 CENTS WORTH OF Important aSTews From the Btatot War thrown In, If we can get them. Sept. 17, 1863 J. E. KOCH. NEW FALL GOODS. If You want to Save Money, BTJSH INTO LOUIS MAYERS DRY GOODS STORE! And bur jour winter floods I CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST LOUIS MAYERS respectfully Informs the floods buy tnir tiubllc of Holmes and adjoining counties that continues to sen uoous it Astonishingly Low Trices, These war times. Among Ml slook may be enumerated Dry C3rOoca.6, DRESS GOODS FOR LADIES AND GENTS, Or Till DEBT QUALITY, AND VERY CUKAr. DOMESTIC GOODS, tutted to the wants of the Farmer and Mechanic, Hata and Cnpa.Eootn and Shoos, Quccaw...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 4 February 1864

lie .'. Hi mm : ' 7' 'Ml ..1 ESTABLISHED A. D. 1826. MILLERSBURG, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1864. NEW SERJES-VOL. 25-N0.62.- mmt jj rOBLISnKD KVlHT THURSDAY BY ESTILL & NEWTON. Terms of Snbieilption: One rearjaadranco, If not paid within the rear.. .81,60 82,00 Bates of Adyertlilng t One iquare, threo weeka... K'Mh additional Insertion One iquare, three mohtU One Kjuaro. alx montha,... One tquare, twolre lnontrn. ...... One fourth oolumn. one rear One half column, one year Onooluran. one year,.."" " l 1 M sn 5 no 4 oo 7 oo 9il 00 3S oo oo no JOBPUINTINC Of everrdeaorlpU.onexeculcd tn thebeititrloand onTeaPonRDiBioims. n.. .,, The r ARMXR haaa larger cinuicvu ............ nr in this aceuon oi mo i-iiniu. . iBur" .nBdhD,.nfo7th.rtriTxconVe rear, the Otnolal pacer of the eounu. Business Directory. ATTORNEYS. MAXWEIiL St IIEI.T.EK, TTOllNEYS A COUNSELLORS AT LAW, V Mllleribnrit. Ohio. Office, In the Houeo, up atalrs. CRITCIiriKLD. U. I cniTcnFintn & wiil, 4 TTORNEYH 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. — 4 February 1864

SShc golmcjs County avmcv .orncnii rjiPKK ov tiik ootfiitr. A. I.STIM., l.ditor. iXlLlVERSmrRQ .'. - JDUBtf, OHIO i " TIIUnSDAY wVUII. 4 I wVUII. 4, i&ot. t. m i rilOTlUCTED MkktKNO. lhcx-c will baa, protracted meeting commencing next Satu.r- dayjit lb O'clock, At llohvillo, to conHh-llhgllmo uo the, fo lloving jveck. lililcr Benjamin i FrASKUN, of. Cincinnati, And other mlii-, istCM Will DC prCsCllt. ' : c I Oodfy's 1 Vdy's Hook" Mm February m.mbrr'ofihiscxcclVnU.criodiearwonourvih number ol niw exec I , lMf, iilioil mti aii unusual numwr oi sxtci and wood engraving of fashion., patterns, t A',na iimilii mil-., ii.nlr 1 uau.o ....... soon, m order to got hack iiuiuuors. J'ricc, $3,00 per year, in advance' Address L. A . Godcy, 323 Chestnut, street, Philadelphia. A Fink Stock. Hkkfi it "Williams, opposite the Court House, linv. a splendid stock ol Groceries Feeds, &c. Their stock is large, fresh and well (.elected, and they go on the princi- plo of quick sales and snlall pro...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 4 February 1864

i tlio o.xpoiiMOx, Lt. , uliQiild Jio paid limn mi)' money rol'uinlcd or thut iniglit bo refunded by tlio United fjlntcs. Thuya .two jn ovifioii,i wuru csscntiul to tlio pcrfiiriiittnco of tint du ty enluinud bv tho net. Without them, tlio nillownncQ of clnium involved iiiinUiktc, and , iliem injustice to tho Statu or to tho claiinntit rendered tho rierforniaueo of lho iliity of in tno Attorney ucnorai uiuiosiiniiiosMine ,11,-en, tlio ism, and liahlo to charges of miinanac;einet lion, nun iiiuuii'iunu. .L-uiiiiur mu uumu iiui tlio Altomoy General ought to llavo advan ced ono fetcp in tho performance of the duty .....!l il. . ' .1. !.!...! P..- It... until mu iirniicr minis vvuru inu iu-u mi inu .. ' t.Vi i.i..i..i .....1...11..... t. Who liurnofL'. it it) douuttui now VfliotniT mucii unil if not all tho Hoard did.ought not to bo re i-uu..titutional considered. And yet not uccnt was in tlio Treasury to enable Iho AtUnney General to ii. j. i : ... ........... .n ii ""P". l,umr '"i" f ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 4 February 1864

Variety. Tho present moment is our own, tho next wo never sn.w. Qrcatncsi may build tho tomb, but it is goodness that makes tho epitaph. In privato wo must watch our thoughts, in tho family, our temper; in companM)ur tongue. Don't mortify tho flesh too much. It was not tho rorcs of Lazarus that sent him to heaven. Don't wah for your fever to cool before ; you act. Tlio workmen at tho foundry might as well waft for, the molten iron to cool before pouring it into the mold. Tho passing years drink a portion of tho light from our eyes and leave their traces on our checks, as birds that drink at lakes leavo their footprints on tho margin. QirF.nr. What is tho difference between Aim Lincoln and n rebel soldier. . Ans. Lincoln mua manifcstoc, while the rebel manifests toes without his shoes. "Bob," paid a young fellow to his com panion at a fancy fair, ("you aro missing all lllll 1K1113 Vll Hin OJUUi "Novcr you mind Bill," retorted Bob "I'm sighting all the misses on tho other.' The tax on...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 11 February 1864

'Whcgolmw bounty f avmtv. rOBLtanXD IVCRT TltfRSlUT UY ESTILIs & NEWTON. OmCEBKCOND STORY OF IiKE'S BUILDINO TERMS OF STOSCKIPTION. ' One) year, (la advance) Zl,60 If not paid within thoyear, "t3,00 ICPNo paper will to discontinued until oil arresrsges are paid, except at our option. Business Directory. ATTORNEYS. . T. MAXWKI., D- UELtKH' MAXWIXIi &. IIEIjT.IiUi ATTORNEYS A COUN8EI.LOUS AT I.AW, Mlllonburg. Ohio. . Office, in the Court llouse, up stairs. no19 l. oniTcnriEtn. d. s. uiil. CniTCIIFIEI.T Ai vnt., a TTfinNKYS AT LAW. MUlcMbunr. un o. iV Qffico, In Crl'chncld,'s building (up stairs.) 10 PHYSICIANS. Dlt. C. HUNT, PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON, Nindivlllc, Ohio. Successor to Dr. Liggett. 37 THOMAS McC. ini'lICHT, M. U., nlU'SlCIAN AND SUIlOKO.NMlllor.l,ar(r,0. 1 Office, on Main etroot, nearly opposite I ho Km- plre Homo. ... tTo. v. nouNO. 1'ionAJi. '" mis. noMNr. & higiiam, nltYSlCIANS AND SITUOEONS. Mlller-biii-it. 1 nmoo.on tho-Molnstroct, formerly occupied by tlr. 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. — 11 February 1864

hcgolmfounti5.avmcv. ofrtdUt, rxrKR or tut tot'Kir. .lAMllS Ai J'.STIIil., Editor. MILU(EK3BUtt01 OHIO! cd II1!I""ioTi".' VmIZIl '-"i ? ' Aggravation of the Rebellion. All accounts agreo that tlioro of destitution and suffering in tlio South, they also concur that the rebel loaders aic put. tine forth their most strenuous oxcitiuiis to marshal iel arinios as cannot ho overcome by tlio forces which wo aro likely to bring against thctn, and that their exertions nro boaring largo crops of fruit, ly mesc nave boon greatly stimulated by the political measures of tho Administration at Wash ington. Tlio courso tiUrsucd by tho Ad ministration party has reduced tho rebel! Un.Ur tn )1m evtrem tv of desncralioii. . They must sustain themselves in tho war or llco tho count ry; is it wonderful that they havo resolved to try tho former alterna tive? What .sensible man can reasonably doubt that milder meastues against the rebel lead- would have mollified many of thcnii wu" 77 ' prevented these des...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 11 February 1864

The Holmes County Farmer. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. READ IT. t Don' C Cull to read .TwIko HliV nil t I j i . . ..t 1 t. . 1 VeryublCKliCCCIlOllcniiiimjaiiuii, imoiinuuniiili)l in to-day'M paper. LINCOLN'S PLATFORM. -' riio last innti to and tlio last' dollar to tiocuro tlio frcudom of the last nigger. -4 . " VALLANDIGHAM IN DANGER. It in mild Mr. Vnllandigliam is in great dnngor of Ic ing mobbed in Canada so Many "loyal" men and Union Lcagucra haVe gone Over thero to cscapo the draft. of it NEW COMET. The New Comet discov ered and by Profes.-or J amis C. Wilson, of Ann Harbor, January 13, in announced an rapidly approaching the earth, and will be viniblo in n few days ' to the the DOCUMENTS. Wo are under obligations mil to Hon. George BHm for Congressional Doc uments. Dut Tew documents arc printed yet; but it will not bo long ore tlio Judge will' have speeches &c. , for distribution. VALENTINE DAY. We nro reminded Wo that Valentine day is approaching. Tues day next, tho Mill int....

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 11 February 1864

Miscellaneous. Josh Billing on Pigs. Az tho whlto roso wnkciis into buty, tp tluz tho wliito pig como to clmldcn us. Ills cars nro into uio mac icai, iJ.vu.u.t'u,.,..'V Tift vrmiii ugiopunsnt cvonmg lulc; nizsnti- noss'u tho woof of buty, and Ins figgcr li tho outlino of lovlancess. Ills loot, n white ncctnr, drnwn from tho lull lountMn latter nnil more pitky evera day, nml hangs nt tho bitzzoni i of JllUUlCr llKUilll llliugu u, iw....v.. laficth.at fnrm, niul curleth his tail in clus crt, anliis frastgocth oii.Ithcn ho nscth with gladncssi, and womlretli with his kindred, besido tho still waters. Ins brothers and liLn him az the flakes of snow. and all tho day long among the rod klovcrs and beneath tho white thorn, ho niakcth his joy and leadeth a hte arkailian. ins wonis "nro low iiiumIc, and his language tho untot- tenjd freshness of natur. His pastnno iz the. history of inncrsencc, and his lezzero is L'letransc. Ho walkcth whare grass leadeth, "and gambles tew tho dallienccof de...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 18 February 1864

THE HOLMES COUNTY FARMER. rvaLMiiiD vinr TuuniDAr BY ESTILIi & NEWTON. OFFICE-SECOND BTOBYOF FIKE'S BUttDINO TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, One year, In advance,) If not paid within tho yor, t3,00 JO No papor will be discontinued until all arrotrages aro paid, exoept at oar option. THE HOLMES COUNTY FARMER. Business Directory. ATTORNEYS. ). T. JIAXWEtt. 0. D. IlCLLXn' MAXWELL & IIELLEU, A TT0RNEY8 COUNSELLOUS AT LAW, JX Mlltershurg. Ohio. Office, In the Court IIouso, upstairs, nots v. H cntTcnriBLD. d, a CRITCUFIELD & TJIII, A TTOUNEYS AT LAW, Mlllorsburic. Ohlor- IX Offloo, In fjrltchnolil's suuuinK tup siaire.. 10 PHYSICIANS. Ml. C. HUNT, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Nastivlllo, Ohio. Successor to Dr. UkrcH. 37 THOMAS McG. EimiGIIT, M. !., PHYSICIAN AND .SURGEON, Mlltersburir.O. Ollloo, on Mln itreot, noarlr oppoilto tho Km ylrollouso. J!ii!L T.O.V.BOHNO. J.O.BIOnAJl. D1.S. nOLINO & DIGIIAM, nllYSICIANS AND SUItUKONB. Mlilersbnrg. L Offloe.on tho Main street, formerlr occupied b...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 18 February 1864

THE HOLMES COUNTY FARMER. orrjciAt-rArcu or nic cocKty. , sJA-JM-liSS A.. 33BTIJliIj, XCiUtor. it MtLLERSBURQ, OIIIO! THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1864. Brough and his Friends. were so loyal at tho ballot-box.' Aro they riding to tlo(Jo Governor Bnouoil's late proclamation contained the following . "Tho loyalty 6f Ohio was appealed to last fall at tho ballot-box. and her lifeonlo io- turned a noble resnone. Tho natriotlsm of tho State is appealed to now tho answer I must not bo hesitating or uncertain. T Tt Z YTt ,UT7' were so Ioval at tho ballnldinv.' Am thev f Whcro are tho gallant homo militia-men who with glittering bayonets enforced "loy alty" at tho ballot-box last fall? Aro they giving a hesitating or uncertain response to tho Governor's call ? , Proclamations in favor of the nigger are received with hearty aniens and unbounded applause from these loyal fellows ; but a proclamation calling them to fight cools their " loyalty " and causes Iheni to sneak away into quiet. Once upou a ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 18 February 1864

The Holmes County Farmer. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. What we Want. Wo liopo nil our Wo hopo nil our Iio lirwier hoforbi thorohy sectuo it1 a bUo dwlw lliaf Hid yonr in lifilT tin, tnvi , i i i.. .v..!-...i..i! (u Our nUVOrillUlS II HI III uicn uuivvm-iuviiui ?" .1.1., f n,1. WpL.. ..,. 111UCI1 sooner ns tjushimiu. iruiuu tuiniivi- Wednesday morning menso edition off in led to go to progs' on in order to get our immense timp for tho lunik 'GmrnAtfORANT. You can get a fine Photograph picturo of Gr.N. Quant, at McKku & Bkmjout'h Picturo Gallery. AIOM'Copt.' Aaiion' Va'its and Lieutenant J.-C. Maiiti.V arc both at home qu .furjoiigli for a , flib.i t time. They report themselves in good, condition, and their appearance bears testimony to the fa,ct; i. ' ... ...... - Come at Last. Tho balanco of our now typo, after a voyngo of povOial weeks from Philadelphia,' ban at last come W hand. Qur MvortlscmCnls on the iusidu of to-day's paper aro set in it. Our adver tisers will be pleaded with...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 18 February 1864

Variety. "Got any 5co nt vour end of tho tnblc Hill ?" "No ; but 1'vo got tlio next thine to It." "What's that7" "A serious cold." A JttND might ponder its thought for ages nd not gain aa much sclfknowlodco as passion or loro will teach it in ono day. The soul of man when contemplating God is like a cloud at tho closo of day, re ceiving glorious tints of beauty as it floats the smilo of tho sun. A school girl was married Lately. One of her schoolmates, a little cirl of twelve years, told her mother, "Why, don't think Sally is married, and she hasn't through fractions yet." To ascertain tho length of tho day night, at any tinio of tho year, double tinio of its sotting, which gives tho length of tho day. This w d simple method , which, we guess, few pcoplo are aware of. New Tongue. A Paris , Surgeon mado a now tongua to replace ono lost cancer. The man wno uses it laite, ltmcs and swallows perfectly. Ktssim A bachelor of thirty-sovon years' standing has been fined ten dollars Canada 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. — 3 March 1864

gotmw (Counts iumcv- itmMsifKn txrnv TittrnsnAY 338Tiiiii Jit roaw-corv. MY OITICE-SECOND BTORT OF FIKE'S BDILDINO TERMS OF INSCRIPTION. One year, (ia advance,) $1,80 If not pftid witVu the vnr 2.00 43- No paper will be discontinued until nil nrrr;irnci are pilil, oxcept nt the option of the Publishers. Business Directory. PHYSICIANS. Ir. J. II. Woods, rirYMCIAJf AND SUHOEON, Mlllcrsburn, O. Olllco In Crltchfield's block, up stairs. !M Ir. A. A. Crump, GKHMAN AND ENGLISH TIOTANIO rilYstt CIAN. MlllcrsburK, Ohio. onico on the Last ond of Main street, four doors above, tlm ruo llc Hn.unre. . Thos. ItlcO Ebriftht, M. I. . PHYSICIAN ANDIBUHOKON, Mlllersbiiri?. O. onice On Main street, ncnrly opposite the Empire. House. Dr. T. O. V. Holing, PHYSICIAN AND Sl'ltOKON, Jtlllersburg, O. Olllee on Mnln street, In tlio room formerly occupied by Dr. Irvine. Ir. Charles Hunt, PHYSICIAN AND SUHOEON, Nashville, Ohio. Successor to Dr. Liggett. S-g7 ATTORNEYS. J. T. maxwell Ac Heller, ATTOIlNEYH AND ...

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 March 1864

ZSUc SoUww (County nvmcv. OIKICIAI. r-AVEK 0' Till. fOt'NtV. ,rA.M"i3s A. 33rnx.T, :m tor. MIliliERSBUUO, OHIO: ton .1 me THURSDAY, MAIU'H 3. ISO J. The Sanitary Fair. When the nrnmi-q'tion was before the Ohio Senate tn attoiul the Sanitary Fair nt Cleveland, Colonel CoN.NKU., abolitionist, who represents Fairfield, Hocking and Ath ens counties said : " The Sanitary- Commission is a great humbug, like a sponge of water a mutual admiration society, the popular humbug of the day. I speak the sentiment."" of thcof ficcrs of the army who arc not on staffs. Colonel CoNSKMi has had much experi ence in the army, and speaks, we suppose, not at random or through malevolence, but from knowledge. The professed object U good, but that i-" the baste of the success of all popular deception. Colonel G'ONNEM, .says the Sanitary Cominis.-ion is .a great in flated humbug a mutual admiration socie ty, the popular humbug of the day ! Dave Tod also denounces it bitterly. He declares he has unsuccessfull...

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 March 1864

The Holmes County Farmer. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Tnwmonin Nominations.--Tlio DdllU ei-iiev ni iiiiruv -Limyiisihii w meet nt NiiiorxDura on t r ..... .1.- Iiul. l ct JStarcIi. 180 1. mm proceed in tlio ufcnnl mnnncr to nominate n township ..ip i ii . u..j I ticket to uo voicu lor miiio opnug iuiiuh. to tho PiiEAcin.va. Elder H. M. 1ick will commence a meeting at tlio Disciples' church on Friday night noxt, to continue over the following Sunday. ternoon HON, At Home. Col. Spkiorl arrived at homo on n short furlough last Saturduy evening. Tho Col. is in good health and looks fine. His regiment is in Louisiana. .-. fire of tho houso second SuciAn. Tho sugar-making season is near at hand, and our farmers should avail themselves of every tree atid inako ns much sugar as possible, for cane sugar is very high and getting higher. two The to tho for of Gone to the Aumv. A number of re cruits left hero the first of this week for the tented field. Captain Chapman is still re cruiting for tho...

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 March 1864

Wlt-M AM KAltRA. Of the State of Inwn.&t rah " Hchciiower nml Frederick Hchcnower, her hinVmitd, of tliotitntoof Indiana, will liko no tice thnt binnll Knbrn, of the county of Holmes nnd Mtntnnr Ulili), tun, oil iiioiiii im.vui jiuiuh rv, lsul.llloilhcrpetltloii In thcOourtof Common l'lcns within nnd for Vho county of Holmes nnd HtntoofOUIo.nRninst Slnrlnllntcrynnahnliriiim HnUsry licr liuibiitidi Jtillnn Illilor nnd Lenorn lllderTher limbaud; William Knbrn, Anthony Fnbrn D.ivld Knlim, Rnrnh Hchcnower nnd ! red- crlch tjehennwer, ncr 1111111111; .iinrj nin Ueonrn Crooks, her litislxiiid, nnd Hebrews I- abrn. defendant, ftetlnn forth thnt some time In Ap Ml 1819, nlio pnvc to Anthony Knbrn, then hfrlmjj iu..iahvi.. r, 11 urn tiutftiitn nf nnu hundred ilnllnrs, with the iinorMand tie nm Agreement thnt the wvmo wns to 1)0 In vestciT Iii tlio niirclinao oreermln rcnl cstnto in tho.pctl Ion described nnd the title thorclor to tw taken In her name, nnd thnt tnosnino to v;,,ni ,"' '"" ...

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