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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 10 March 1864

mt golmcu (GJ&untjj iunW. I'UIIMMIKl) F.VKIIY TIIIMWtlAY IY J38XIXjXj cSs N03WTON. OFFICE SECOHD 8I0KT OF riKTS BUItDINO TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ono yctr, Un advanco,) 91,60 If not paid within the voar t8,00 Attm Vn rinnftl will tin ritflfinntlnllnd until 11 tirroa rages nro pnld, oxcopt lit tlio option of the ruuneiiors. Business Directory. PHYSICIANS. Dr. J. It. Woods, WIY8ICIAN AND RUItaEON, MltlorsburK, O. onicc In Urltch Hold's block, up stalm. 2(M Dr. A. A. Crump, GERMAN AND ENGLISH BOTANIC PnVSI; 'OIAN. MlllorsburR, Ohio. Olllco on tho Eiwt end of Mnln utrcct, four doors above the rub- llo Square. Thos. McG EurlRlit, ltf. D. l'lIVSlCIAN ANDiSUIlGEON, MlllcrsburR. O. I1I11M1 fill 11111111 RiriHH. UUUIIJ umnmini Empire House 2H2. Dr. T. O. V. BoIIiiB. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MUlorsbtirir, O. Ofllco-on Mnln Rtrcct, In ho room formtly occupied by Dr. Irvine. 21'a) Dr. Charles Hunt, niYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Nashville, Ohio. Successor to Dr, Liinrctt. era ATTORNEYS. tt. D. Heller, ...

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 March 1864

Hc golmw !ountjj $ivmcv. ornriAt. vapeu or tiih county. TA."fI3H V J38T1L1J, X2Ultoi. UILIiERSBURO, OHIO: Till' USD A V, - - MA11CH 10, ISC I. Mob Violence. A mob of soldier?, instigated by abolition Kouiidrclii destroyed the office of tbo Day .'I rt. . .1... H I ton Empiir, on thu 3rd nut. One man was kilU;d and two soldiers wounded. None but those who should bo in tho Penitentia ry will instigate such mob violence, and those wearing tho uniform of soldiers who will be prompted to commit such unlawful acts arc unworthy tho name of soldiers. They arc cowarely scoundrels and a re proaolfto tho name of soldiers. Where these outrages nro committed let Democrats re taliate upon tho property of their abolition neighbors. That is the way to slop such proceedings, and it is thu only way they can bo stopped. Since tho above was put in typo wo learn that but little damage was done the office. The Democrats 'rallied in force, drove tho mobbcrs fiom thoollice, and were left mas ters of tho fie...

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 March 1864

The Holmes County Farmer. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. TowNSiitr Nominations. Tim Demo- crnoy ol llnnly jowiisliiji will meotntMlllcrslmnr dm lo .1... il... mil. .1.... ..I' i .March, lorn, ami urocccrt ! dm iionni uiiiimnr In iiiiininntn 11 tmvnslim ticket to bo voted tor nt tho spring election, Masonic The members of MHlomhurg Chapter Itoynl Arch Mitsons nro reipicsted to meet next Saturday evening. , To Cohukspondknth. W. M. H. is in formed that wo publish no communication without knowing tho author's name. RiatKMiir.n. Itcmcnibcr that E-riuirc Amikuthon'h salo is to-day, 'and. JO. W. Fonus' next Saturday. QuOTioN.Tf Lincoln gavo l,2"0 men in tho Florid slaughter to 60eu.ro three votes fur President, how many would he givo for a certainty of tho office? Biuck Makino. There ia a splendid oneninc Tor some enterprising man to en- pace in brick making near this pliirc. Ma ny buildings would go up in Millcr.sburg if brick could bp procured. All Cl.EAii. Tho quota of ITolmcs eo. is' full.(...

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 March 1864

Select Story. THE PERSEVERING BACHELOR. Mr. Peter Robinson was a bachelor, stout and almost fort v. l'etcr had never loveg but onco, and tho adoration of bis heart had l t-..l 1 Hf : T Dyinn nlAn oocn Doswweu uriuu iuiso .urn j. ujjjivi.- V.ii ulna! Potir linri fnilprl to CXlirCSS U1S passion at the proper moment; or, in other words, had failed to come (o tune, .and one day his heart was lacerated by receiving an envelope ot cams, nnnoumaiiK uun uiu u- lightful Lucy was about to becomo Sirs. .liminArciin frrAfilsT.I. It was a terrible blow to, Peter, but he staggered up from it tintl still lpved the ob ject of his early passions at a distance lilrs. Jimmeraon urooKS reveuea in mo au lights of matrimony, leading fashion, her husband, nnd Peter at a distance by the imso for five vears. at the end of which time. Mr. Jiinmerson Crooks choso to depart for another sphere, leaving airs. Jimmcrson alone to mourn ncr duty. Onco more Peter's hcartsprang fromdust aud ashes, and looked forward ...

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 March 1864

t goiww (Stotmtjj fanner, rwiMsitr.h evmiy t'iiuiwiuy OTTICE-BECOKD STOEY OF FIKTS BOILDinO TERMS' OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, (In advanc,) Z f not paid wltkln the rear No.ryipcr will be dliicontlmicd until nil nrrenrogo;! nro paid, oxcopt nt tlic option of tho Publisher. a.ou tmwvwwi'& mowMwm wAWwmvw 1 , , ... . V0L- 2( MILLEHS13URG, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, J864. NO. 6. Rates of Advertising. Ona i (UAr. three wcckn,. i on Each dlltonil lnnertlon, ..V......... Si nnS!!!,!J!!!; ,1!r,,) "",.. w X'"- ""' , mi-K muuMll,,....,,....,,.,,.... 4 CM One mere, twclro tnont'u,. too. 8 Ono fourth column, ono ytur. So in no half column, one rear..., S Si tio column, oue rwvf,. , ) ft JOB PRINTING Of ovory ascription Mocntod In tho Ut ittU Hnd on rctwonoun ternu. J Tha Ka jimrii 1M n ranter circulation tUfi uy other pnir In thi Hoot Ion of the Htto. It ft now, una ia oeon for thirty -aovftn wqikuUti uihciri 01 uiq JOB PRINTING Business Directory. PHYSICIANS. Ir. JT. B. "Woods, lHYHIt'IAJf AN...

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 March 1864

m inji,miiiiw,iawaKffii &fa goUnris (Sountjj $nw orriciAt. l'APiai or xur. coinr. .jataaa a. ais'x-ix-jw, ismtor. tu MILLER8BURCJ, OHIO THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1361. The Government-Its Enemies and Its Friends. Tho popular idea is tliat tho people arc the Government in a republio like ours, and this is truo in a fonoral tenfo. Rut tlie pooplo havo adopted, ill iHeir representa tive capacity, cartain written rulos,"or laws, for tho regulation of society, and chief among these is the' Constitution of tho United States. Thoio rule, or laws, may bo terinod tho Government, for they rogu-1 late our actions and it is by them wo are governed. Tho Constitution of the United States is an article of Confederation among tho several States, uniting them all into ono body for protection and defense, and proscribing rules and regulations by which they shall be controlled in their action to each other and in their collective capacity. It also defines the rights and duties of the people. The men elec...

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 March 1864

The Holmes County LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Accidknt. Mr. Jacoii Com, of Paint townsliiji, had two horses killcil ly Uio nui-,,;,.,, ing of ti tree ono day lam week. I r' la11n,ul 0.,nnr. A good business i euro no better location. Left Town. llotiNsoN Hall at tiii: KMi'tnE. A Soldiers win iA rriTPii hi. mu I'jinifiiu iwn"w i . . i ,!.! :ti,i row evening, n goon 1-l"u ,n "-i'""- A-rrrvTiohf. A nlank or nmvol walk to tho Cemetery is very badly needed, and wo lmnoto sco a. uiovo niaUo in tno matter without delay. . ,v1:.T.jm.. i, n c1nn.1!,1 . . V. . i ' tZ. opening ... u , . ,f poo wore. a goou - French has removed to his farm hi IMcchanio lownsnip. The Democracy of 'Mechanic will find "Uon"ia, goo'd.hand. Ball at WuiNsnEna. Mollis unki,e il r .1 Tl.ll ... l.ij .ITnll nil thn win given vxniim uau im evening of the 28th ol March, au arc m- . 1 vucu. , Guanoed Hands. Hon. L. 11. CniTcrt- field has sold his residence to Mr. WM. Cauy. When Mr. Oauy captures a lentaJo woman he will bo ready...

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 March 1864

Truth Stranger than Fiction! REAP AND BE WISE. IF. In the course of hitman event. It becomes necessary to use Btorles and UlaloRties i In bringing tho ntlvertUemcnt of goods ,to the tip tlcoof the public, unci being determined not to be left lingering behind In tho march of time, I will stop Into tho ranks to tell inv numerous customers nnd the publlo In general, that I nrn not crushed out ye( by the trcmeiidoas site and extraordinary cheapness.of tho stocks of Cloth- n,.i ia Kriiiiiit in this town and sold for the "small amount ot to and so tunny dollars per 'Hlcce,wiriijrontof the "smnllsum," or "small nmounfotnuy losi-xiy ptrceui. on mem, dui I am still on hnnd, full sized as ever, (only a lit tie more soi, mm 117 m Keep on nana u mil i sorted Block of .VLli lUNDS OF HXJAV-MAi33 CLOTHING-! . FURNISHING GOODS !. OK ALL KINDS, Hats, Caps Trunks, Valises, And every thine else generally kept In n well conducted Clothing Establishment. True, we havo no Hoop Skirts or Razors, lied Spre...

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 March 1864

THE HOLMES COUNTY FARMER. l-ttllMSIttCII r.VWtV TlllMWIlAY 11 ti3A'i,,i jJi. !iJ!N53iiv'.r.6pi OmcE-BlJCOKD&TOKY OF FJKK'S DUILDINO mM of Sci-; arA i 1 One year, (in ndvinco,) 61,80 If not paid within tho your.. 88,00 ,-- Vi.VhlMr' dill liPiilUpnlllllklK.l lilllll nil nrrenrngos are paid, oxirpl. fit tlin option of I lie Business Directory. Business Directory. PHYSICIANS. J. It.Vo'&.ii,' 3M rilYHlWAKCANI) HlIllOKOJf, cMillcrshurg, Olllet! U,l INU'llltl-lll H lltoeil, opsonin. ,lr. A. A. 1rnini, . GKUMAX AND J1NUMHII IIOTAN1C I'HYHt; riAN. Mlllcrsliurtr, Ohio. Office m the 1'JC't end or Mntn strcrt, four doors nboui the rub lie S.unrc. 'il-a"' Thos. IUr.G I'hrluht, M, p. PHYfUCIAN AND rUMUHiONV AllllcrslmrK. a omeo-On Jlnln street, ueurly ppisiMto tho Empire House. , - DrTr. cf."v. Itollnp, I'HVaiCtAN AND BbnfjrrtNi.MllliTMiUlV. a OfflM-itii Mhiit street, ln'tho room formei iy occupied liy, Or: Irvine. . ' " Di. Chnrlri limit. TIIYSiriAN ANDtTnOUON, S'nshvltfe, Ohio. Pliipeps...

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 March 1864

THE HOLMES COUNTY FARMER. ormi.vt. J-.vi Eit or tHE county. I iIA.3I.1SH A. T3HT.I3T .lOtlltor. MILLEHSBUnO, OHIO'. TIIUllSDAl' -'"MAnCH til, 1804. Soldiers on Gen. McClellan. .1 A low evening? ago Mayor Oiusiionr, of Sandusky City, Ohio, gave a supper to tne Third Division of the Sixth Army Corps, now, stationed at that city. TIi'ih division buloriirs to tho Army of the Potomac, and has lmd a good opportunity of testing the merits and character of General McCi.kv lc.v. to whom they are devotedly attached Ditrina tho livening the Mayor, who is an ultra republican, incidentally made sonic remark dcroeatorv to tlio character of Gen. McCtfXLAN, when General Twtitv and his entire staff, together with most of the offi cers present belonging to that division in stantly took their departure, tints allowing their contempt for a man who dared to nn jmgn tho loyalty and patriotism of their late commander. Abe's Last. Auk's last proclamation for a draft of two hundred thousand more, to conic o...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 24 March 1864

The Holmes County Farmer. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. DEMOCRATIC TOWNSHIP TICKET. Trustees. TMniki. Duwt. John V. Tjaiumf.ii. Calvin Caiiy. Tp. Clerk. Wm. 0. McDoWMX. Assessor; ClIAB. S. Uill.. Treasurer. AncitinAl.ii lJAivroN. UoiwtaUcu. M. B. DkSh.vA. Wj II. Oastwi. DEMOCRATIC CORPORATION TICKET. Mayor. DANtF.r, Fukncii. Bceortler. 1). J). IIkijxh. Council. JosKW H. Nf.wtoN. David Whom. llENUY 11 EK2F.lt. r.M. M. L0WT1IF.11. John Weitman. ArrtWJOCTiO. Tlie nbsence of the editor, nvho is attending the State Convention, will account for tlio ndn-npiwaraneo ol our usu nl variety in to-day's paper. Thanks To Hon. L. K. CniTOim.n, for a cony of his able and satisfactory' re- iwrt. Also to Hon. V. W. Akmstbono, Secretary of State, for a copy of his' report, Elder J. 11 1'kamk will preach next Sun day, at 10 o'clock, A. M., and at night, in the Disciples' Church. Sulijcct for the forenoon "Church Government;" at night, "Church and State." MuxiNEiiY Goods. Mrs. A. H. Uiu.i'.n is receiving he...

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 March 1864

Trutli Slraneofthan Fiction! READ AND BE WISE. TF, In t 10 couwp'oflitimnncwiilfi UjWf,? L nccwriry to lu-o Stories d Illnloaucs "i brlnetnk tho advertisement orttoods to tl o no tlw of.Tio public, and .belli determined not to bS) left llnacrltiK ifclilml in tiie ; mrc of ( t mo, I will men into the ranks to tell tn ""'i'v".'? Miitomers "ml the nubile In general, Hint I mil not ctu?li So ii ycf by the tr.jncii.loun size nn.l MtiSl rtlnarv cheapness of tlio stocks of Clot h In that "brought to thl town mid sola for tlio nJm" 11 amount" of so nn.l so many dollars per plecc.wltha i.rotltof the "smallsum," or ''small amount" of rffiy to "l?ty per cent, on them, but 1 am still on hand, full sired ns o cr, (only a lit' tic more wo. an.l fry to Jcccn on hand n lull M tortcd Stock of ALL, KINDS OK liiaxwY-o.rA.'Ojp CLOTHING-! FURNISHING GOODS! Or AM. KINDS, Hats, Capg, Trunks, Valises, And everv thine eVn itoncrnlly ltept In u well conducted ClothtnB Kstiibllsliincnt. Tmo. we have no Hoop B...

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. — 31 March 1864

The Holmes County Farmer. I'll Itl.lMIIKl) liVI'.UV TlllfliSllAY II V ISH'XUTjrj fc IV.13W'.rt)N. OFFICE-SECOND STORY OF FIRE'S BUILDING TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One yoar, (In advanco,) if not paid within tho vcar, 81,60 2,00 Ai No jmpur will bo discontinued until nil nrroaruKCS are paid, uxccpl III till! option of the Publishers. Business Directory. PHYSICIANS. nr. J. Jt, Woods, PHYSICIAN AND HUltnt'ON, Mlllcrsburg, O. Oitleo In CrltrlillcM's block, tip stubs, '.V I Hi'. A. A. Crump, U HUMAN AN'l) KN'CIIJSH ltOTAN'IC PIIYMI OIAN, MUlersburft, Ohio, oniee mi the 1'ast end of Main Htreet, four doors above the rub lit) Hqimru. Sil-Si. Tliosri!Ic7EiiT;hTrir. D." PHYSICIAN AN'DIKI'UOKON, Mlltcrsburr;. O. imicc un .nam sircci, nearly u i n i'.,...!.... ir. ....... ''l-V Km pi re House. Dr. T. . V. llollnt;, VlIYHlCrAN AN'l) SUItanON, Mlllcrsburg, O. Olllce on Mnln street, In the louin formerly occupied by Dr. Irvine. iil-BI Dr. Clinrlcs Hunt, I'HYHICIAN AND HUHOKON, Nashville, Ohio. Hncccs...

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. — 31 March 1864

The Holmes County Farmer. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. JAMES A. ESTILL, Editor. MILLERSBURG, OHIO: MILLERSBURG, OHIO: THURSDAY, . . . . MARCH 31, 1864. Democratic State Ticket. ito. fxmo twnnryj-M. t, yvlltTKi.i.. 3 ffi-ws It.. ciitTriiriKi.n. ySirnblle ,IVrWlM.t.t I.AUV it 1aflIMWj-UAnLl liOliSF.I- UENTISH. RAMSEY. ILL. Presidential Electors for the State at Largo. CHAItl.ES IIUMKMN, of Hamilton County. THOS. W. BAItTLEY, of lUchlutid County. Ohio Bounty Law. A bill was passed on 'Wcndcsdny of last , week by tho Ohio Legislature, to provide ' for the payment of bounties to volunteers. AVe have not seen the law, but tho Stale Journal represents that Trustees of Town ships and City Councils are authorized to levy a tax on tho taxable property within their jurisdiction, to pay a bounty of not over one hundred dollars. To anticipate the proceeds of such taxation, they arc au thorized to borrow money or transfer mon ey from any other funds in tho county, 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. — 31 March 1864

The Holmes County Farmer. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Meeting of Central Committee. Tlio iiicnilicra of tlio DoniocrnticCVnlrnl (.'oinmittcool' Holme County nro rwijicst I'd In moot nt tlio ollico ol tlio Probate, .liiilmt. iii Sllllernlmrif. on SatMlilny, tlio 10th dayor April, 180-1, nt 1 o'clock-, P. M. A 1'ull nttciidnnco !h rcqticHtcd, us Imslinws of iinixirtfinco -vill lio inosuiitcil for tlio con Hidenition of tlio Committee. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Meeting of Central Committee. WILLIS. HOAGLAND, Chairman. At'2 o'clock P. t., of tlmwimo day, mid nt tlio hmiio iilaco, JJumournti) .'onernlly nro requested to lie iiros-cnt to inirtieipalc in tlio election of doloRiitos to tlio district conven tion to bo held for tlio purpose of cnoopity,' ii Presidential Elector, nnd elocline iluln gatcs and alternates to tho National Con vention. Hy order of JAMES A. ESTILL. JOHN S. NELSON. Congressional Committee of Holmes co. SitANKSVti.l.r.. Somo person writing from Sl...

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. — 31 March 1864

Truth Stranger tlmn.Fictionl READ AND BE WISE. IT, n tho coursooflitininncvcnlj, lt U-c'mHH L necessary to uso stories unci Ulalcui In brlmtlng tho advertisement of rikkIs to uio no tlwuf tfio public, nnd bcliiR''"11'1"?'!."?); '? & loft lingering behind in tRo march of "mo, J uotcrush extraordinary cheapness of tlio siockm oi 1.10111 ln th.lt iVbrottglit to this town and sold for the SiMrVny jo J.I.IV Per cent, ou thrm but tlS'ra ore so, n'"'', '"v'S'm.l' hl"Ul ft fi,H ,lS" lorteil Stock of At.1, KINDS OF jrtiJA.'OY-ai.A.Di-s OLOTHIjSTG-I furnishing goods ! Or AM. KINDH, Hats, Caj43 Trunks, Valises, Anil cverv thlnR olo Generally kept In a well conducted Clothing Ksttibllsltiuent. True, wo have no Hoop flirts or Razors, lied Kpreads nor fjunp Chimneys; neither have wo mod: Jewelry r Hnlr Dresses, Toy Drums nor Hnwll Combs i but whnt wo ilo have wo will sell you at it value, not at thn "Miinllsumof a trlllo iiluivn first mst.' for flint Is not true and would not asren with tho 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. — 7 April 1864

SShc gotmw (fiountij Jnvmcv. runwsiir.n r.vwtr thOusoay OrFICE-SECOND STORY OF FIKE'S BUILDING TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, (tn advance,)..... If not paid within tha year.. ..51,50 $2,00 3- No paper will bo discontinued until nil j arrearages uropald, except tit tlic option or the i rubllshcr. j Business Directory. PHYSICIANS. Ir. J. if. ivoous, ritYRICIAN AND NtTHOKOJf, Mtllorsbtirg, O. onico In Crltchllold's block, up stairs, an Dr. A. A. Crump, OKIIMAN AND KNOMSII 110TAN1C l'HYSt CIAN, Mlllersbtirg, Ohio. OMlce on the Ujist end of M11I11 street, ronr doors nlMive the run llo Siquarc. "t-W. Thos. illctJ r.ln lKlit, ill. . PHYSICIAN AND ,817110 KON. Mlllcrslmrg. O. Olllce On Mailt street, near!" opposItP,tlie Empire lloue. .il-.,-. ' ii:. T.J. V. Iiollnn, PHYSICIAN AM) SlTtm:o.V, M liters) mrg, O. Otllce on Mnln street, In tho room foriuojly occupied liy Dr. Irvine. !!-.! Ir. t'liurlos IStuit, VHYSHTAN" AND St'lt'H'OS, Nn-slivllle, Ohio. . successor to Dr. I.Ume-tt. ATTORNEYS. ...

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. — 7 April 1864

Inasmuch as 1 have undertaken to coin ' incut somewhat upon, tin .conduct of the iruim .1 toflUii'tc t ianutiKr I'lKl lCfcTCl of many in war, i icci cm u v , manor O great, l.lomoi.i u.-, - " the imhlio inihd with surpii nml ifinl;i'tiivl Hie confidence 4l.n ...t.wri'itv fit tlm mllllitUstlMfioil. I said iicretor-.it in my remarks that, at the commencement of the war the principal military talent and accomplishment ot the country Was pMWttl by men W!oii-ntg to tho Democratic party. I repeat the inser tion, not for tho purpose oi boasting, mil because it becomes an important coiisiilerir. lion when wo seek for mi explanation ot the aitomshiiie course which hu boon pursued v.. .i. ii :.!.... '.. ....ImIiiiii til thi, rsim. uy i no i ro-uu . F military capacity Were ninon.it tho first to " oi l J.-Ci.MMl.itheadn.lnUnitlnnto.-comipliuu, Ut;,. nnifini th.wn tho rebellion mid res-'dicrs torinc the supremacy of the Government and tlw Union. The.V did not suppose they would ho compelled to ...

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 April 1864

The Holmes County Farmer. The Holmes County Farmer. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Meeting of Central Committee. Tho incmbcr.H of tho Domncrntio Central Connnittiio of llolmcH County nro rcqucr-t-d to meet nta tliu oflico of tho I'roliak', iJuilgo, in Millurslnirtf, on iSiitimliiy, tliu ICth day of April, 1801, ut 1 o'clock, i. ji. Ai'ill tttlondiincp in ruquostcil, ns Ims'iium of importaiicu will bo proscntoil fur tlio con fidcrntion of tlm Coinmittoo. WILLIS HOAGLAND, WILLIS HOAGLAND, Chairman. At 2 o'clock l'. m., of tlio sumo day, tind at tho yiuno jihico, JicinouiiitH rcnonuly tiro requested to bo present to participate in (lie election of delegates to the district conven tion to lie held for tlio purpose of choosing n Presidential Elector, and selecting dele Kiiten and alternates to tho Nutioim Con vention. My order of JAMES A. ESTILL. JOHN S. NELSON. Congressional Committee of Holmes co. PiiEAciHNa. Kldcr J. It. Fiiame will preach next Sunday at 10' o'clock, and at night, in tho Di...

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 April 1864

Truth Stranger than Fiction I BEAD AND BE WISE. IK. lu Iho course of human cvrntH.lt .becomes nlwcwnry to uso Stories and Dlnloauos 111 brlngmntliomlvcrtlscmciitofBooila ti. tho no tiro of tTio public, nndWiipactcniilnwl notlo Deleft llnKcrliiK behind In tfio march of time, 1 will step into the ranks to tell mv numerous customers and tlio public In Rcncraf, that I nm not crn.lied out yet by the tremendous size mid "xtmordlnary clieopness.of the slocks of Cloth Ini that Is brought to tills town and sold for tho "small nmonnt" or to mill so many dollars per niece, wltha profit of the "stunltsuni," or "small amount" of fifty to sixty per com. on in em, i 11 t I nm still on bond, full slr.etl ns ever, (only a lit tle more sol, and try to Keep on hand n full as sorted Stock of ALb KINDS OP -u-tJA.-OYorA.ixr: CLOTHING! FUENISHING GOODS! OP ALIi KINDS, Hats, Caps, Trunks, And everv thins clo generally kept In a well conaucieu, uiouuuu; i.siiuiusiiini.111. Tmn wn Imvn on Ilium Skirts or lta...

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