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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 14 April 1864

goimw (Cotmtij nviucr. PUIII.IKIIKtl KVI.IIY TlltniMllAY uy.jztJl'viJbXs ft NinvTON. OltFlCE-BECOND BTOIIY OF I'lKE'B BUILDINO TKltMS OV SUnSCltli'TION. Dno year, (fa nitannco,) 81,80 If not paid within tho vonr (2,00 N'n puprfr will l discoid limed until nil nircuriiKes uru paid, except lit tlm option of the l'ubllKliorii. ' Business Directory. PHYSICIANS. Or. .1. It. Wooils, lsIlVHICJtAN'-ANI HUWIKON, MillcrHbiirg, Olllcci In Ciltchllcld'8 hlock, up NlnliH. jil- O. Or. A. A. Crump, OICltMAN AND KNOMHIt IIOTA.VK! I'ltYHt OIAN, Mlllersburg, Olilii. onico cm thn Kast end of .Mnln street, four doors nbuvo the Pub lic Septan. 21-3). .T. i'ouiorciic, III. I). PHYSICIAN AND SUIKIKO.V, MUlcrsburg, O. Oliico On Main street, I doors nut of tho llnnlt. ltcsldence formerly occupied by Dr. Kbright. Ir. T. G. V. ItolliiK, rilYSICIAN AND RUKOKON, Mlllcrsburg, p. Olllce cm Mnln street, In tho room formerly occupied hy Dr. Irvine. -1-20 Dr. Charles Hunt, I'HYSICIAN AND StmOKON, Nashville, Ohio. Su...

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 April 1864

wnturyalioanelcntcommonhxYrislitoriho'govorniiicnt.lytlio halwi i corpus was tlUremmled bv Charles j I as well ai by Uio tang Parliament. . This was during the struggle pet ween tho " ' 1... f?. ..(. .1,,. on... Btitution was settled us to this particular by -I.- ..:.! ! .:..1. ..n.l ll,,. "Oil. nl' I'll-. II1U llUUUUIl Ol i lljlil. IUt K.W - tr nn si-ivorolfrti lmd afterward tcincr- it v enough to attempt an abuse of this great '1 1 .".. i.v.i!.i. m....:.:., OUIWarK Ol JUgllS!! lllivnuir, ( The remarks which I have made in ie gard to arbitary arrests apply with equal force to tho suppressoin of journals which have spoken out in condemnation of those despotic acts.of tho administration. .Black-1 SlUllU.ff.V-., "V Y' ..' "1 indeed essential to a tree ulte. llieilUCr- ty of tho press was oar common-law right as British colonists, and for its protection, together with tho treciloin ot speech .nut the right of peaceably assembling and peti- tioning the government for a redress of " .1 -...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 14 April 1864

The Holmes County Farmer. The Holmes County Farmer. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. III Station Aiii.nt.--U. P. I.tVF.NMir.itoi'.tt lms resigned tlio jiokUIoii of ticket tiKotit (it this place. Mr. Wm. Ooimiiu, is liis buc-1 cossor. - Otrr or Tin: DitAn', -In naming tlio Inwiisliiiis. last woolr. Ilml. linvil nll..,l lln.ir quoin under tlio last, rail wo forgot Median ic, which was among (ho first. ' Vai.I-ANDKIHAM R'Nli. For tlio week ending on the -1 tit inst., tliu rcccipta forthu Vallandigluim Fund aiuouiitcd to ono thou sand eight hundred and soventy-onodollarH. Dit W. II. Pitt. Dr. W. II. Purr, of Berlin, lian removed to llowovillo and com menced tlio practice) of medicine. His card will bo found in tho lirmcr. Tlio Doctor is n gentleman, and a well-read physician. Its MoTiir.it. Old OiiiDtNcis clainm to be tho father of tho lloiuhlican iiarty ; but nothing is said about its mother. Vc doubt whether it ever had a mother. At any rate it was never worth a dam. Wine. Wo aro indebted to ...

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 April 1864

Don't Forget It! Don't Forget It! [From the Hartford Times.] Early in 1850, John 1 tittle, of New 1 lumps mre, presented two petitions in the 1T..tl..l Statsia SelmtiV Ivrnvine "Tlint RO1110 plan uiight.be ilyiscd .'or'tlni dissolution of the American union. Mr. Webster, of Massaehusetl,'", sugges ts! ns a nrcnmblo to the.o roi-olnlions TW no Mm members had sworn bcloro Ood to support the Constitution, they sho d now tuke immediate steps to break their ob lipAtions." , ,!.;,,, lipOn n VOIO IJUlUg Ullte", w.tij.t..... wero rejecteu oy mo votes oi iiiuhi y. n. trith the executions of .rolin P. Hale, f Xew Hampshire, Wm, II. beward.of New York, and Salmon I. Chase, of Ohio, who voted In favor 1 1 I The Expulsion of Mr. Gribben. Our report of Legislative proceedings this morning presents somo startling subjects for the reflection of tho people of Ohio. Tim Last, hours of the least resectable nnd most odious legislative assembly that prob ably ever convened in tlio unpitni, wero tic vnr....

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 April 1864

$ltc (Stomttjj jtntwr. OFFICE SECOND STORY OF FIRE'S BUILDINO ' ''tl'kW suiisCRti'TioK. " Ono year, (In advmco,) If not paid within Vhi Tear.,. $1,J0 ..JJ,0U 3r tn paper will bo discontinued until nil nrryatann nropald, except it tho option of llio Publishers. Business Directory. PHYSICIANS. Ir. .T. It. -Woods; 4'IIYSIOIAN AND HU1K1K0N, lllllcrsburu, 0, Oirico In Urltchfleld's block, up stairs. 20-4 nr. A. A . r'riitm. aRnxrAN an'd exolthii noTANid PHYSI CIAN, MIlliTslmic, Ohio, onico on tho Kost end of Muln street, four doors nbovo thn l'nb lie Square. 2l-v). J. I'nmcrcnn, M. I. rilYSICJAN AND HUHOKON, Mlllersburg, O, Office On Main street, doors east of the lmnK. Ucsiucncc-r-formcrly occupied hy l)r, EbrlRht. . ,2rt-10. Dr. T. G.V. Holing, PHYSICIAN AND RUnOEOX, Millcrsbiirg, O. Ofllee on Main street, In the room formerly occupied by Dr. Irvine. 21-20 Dr. Clinrlcs Hunt, PHYSICIAN AND Rt'IlOKON, Nnslivlllo, Ohio. Successor to Dr. Liggett. 2.V27 w. ii. run, nr. n., PHYHICI A N A .St...

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 April 1864

The Holmes County Farmer. omct.U. l'Ai'HM op ir. tof.Nrv. on MILICK8)UR0 OHIO: THURSDAY, , - - APRIL 21, ISC I. Democratic State Ticket. JuttacqffiSiirreme Court-. .?t"ir5t'Vv Attorney (7onviJ-i.vMAX. 'in rr ill Hoard fit lubl Hit. It.I.tAM UlRUILL. j$. raMHCiiAnu-s IIorsi:.. bio. tee it Presidential Electors for the State at Large. CTfAltnX IirMrt.lN, of Hamilton County. hlOA. W. HAUTLr.Y, of Ittchlniid County. 1 nm ffftfMi Suggestions and Conclusions. It is suggested that tho Democracy should , V be placed on a vigorous war platferni at Chicago. Let us first try whether wu can build a good powder mill over tho crater of Jit Ktna i the m. , r . . , . t . -a it r. in. .inn. rn .....TrnT.uun.i. ... ...a inc. A iiu iiiujiuivu id.i& isnm ill ins iu-:b Epcoch: "War 13 disunion, eternal, inuvit blo separation." War has been tried for three years and tho results stand as incon testable evidence of the prophetic foresight of SteI'IIEN A. DoUOLAS. The people of the adhering States are 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. — 21 April 1864

The Holmes County Farmer. The Holmes County Farmer. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. ANOiJNcr.stn.MTfl. Next wook wo will communuo rtntiottiicitig tlio nttinc of candi dntcsfor nomination nt tlio I'riiniiry Kluo tlonsoii tlio firf-t Saturday of June. Extension or thh ConrortATiON. An effort la lciiiR mmlo to extend tho corpornto' limits of MillcrsburT. Tlicro is no iiouM but it will succeed. Divine. KLnr.iilt. MniTL-rr will prcacli in tlio Disciples' Church l'riday avoniii, April 120tli, and continuo over tlio following Lord's Day. The tttoN Platform. Tho publibhers havo sent us f-ovoral numhors of Tim Iron Platform, a paper publithcd in New York. It is a platform upon which thoso who steal delight to stand; It is their apologist. Fou Sale. Our old friend, John Sheu Il)AN, oflcra tlio Stoubcnvillo Union ollico for sale. John sold the Democracy of Jef ferson county, and tho sooner ho sells tho Union office the better. Bounty Money". The Trustees in sever al townships have notified tho County...

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 April 1864

Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous. Business Rules. An eastern paper gives tliu following sea sonable! and oxccllent rules for young men commencing business i The world estimates men by their success tti lHu, nud, by general consent, success is eridoijco of superiority. Never, under any circuiusfaneusi nssumc o responsibility you can avoid consistently with Wltlr tlllfV tU VOUrsclf aild otllCl'S. Base all your actions upon a principle) of riglitf preserve your imegruy q cnaructcr, and in doing this nover rockou on the cost. ilemember that self-interest is more like ly to warp your jndgmcnt than all uthcr cir cumstances combined therefore look well to vour duty when your interest is concerned. Never make money at the expense of your reputation. Bo neither lavish nor niggardly ; of the two, avoid the latter. - A mean man is uni versally despised, but public favor is a step-ping-stono to preferment; therefore, gener ous feclings should bo cultivated. Say but little, think much and do more. L...

Publication Title: Holmes County Farmer
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County farmer. — 28 April 1864

l'L'MI.IHlll'.n KVKItV TIHHHIIAY I1Y 3jJH'I.M'J-rj N.I3WI' ON. OFFICE-SECOND STOBY OF FIRE'S HUII.DIHO terms of smisottirnoN. Ono yoar. (In ndvftnco,) K not paid within tho year., ..11,60 92,00 OS- No pntxtr will lo discontinued until nit nrroaraitcn nru pnlil, except at thuopllun of the lMblliiTn.rfl. Business Directory. PHYSICIANS. Mr. J. It. Woods, PHYSICIAN AND HHIU1F.ON, Mlllcrslinrg, (). 1 ii.!.i i.. irii,.i.ii,.liv block, no stairs. IHI-I Dr. A. A. Crump, OKttMAJf AND KNOMHII HOTANIC PltYStt OIAN, Mlllcrslmni, Ohio. Ollleo oil tho Must end or Main street, four iloors ubovo tin- rub 11c Square, 21-ao. .1. loincreuc, ITI. 1). FHYSJIUIAJS A.M) r,uui'.u.i MiiiurniiuiH, Oftlco On Muln street, 4 iloors east of tlm Hnnlt. Uesldoncc formerly occupied bv l)r. Ebrlidit. at-10. !il-3) Dr. T. O. V. Bolliif, nitmiiiTit. ivn m'THfitrnv. MUlci'shunr. (). onice-on Muln street, In tho room formerly occupied by Dr. Irvlno. I)r. diaries Hunt, PHYSICIAN" AVI) RT'IIRIJOX, Kn9hvllle,oOhlo. success...

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 April 1864

She gotmw (County $ivmcv. OfflCIAI. PAl'KH OK T1IK COVJNTV. J-V.5I138 A. llHTllilii MilHoi'. MILLBTRSBUno, OHIO: THURSDAY, .7?VAVMh28, Democratic State Ticket. Ahmsti-oso. jtnlMorHiipmne Churl ). AX I tlx Hoard of Jib le tr&r il.t.tAM LAltw ILL. I Presidential Electors for the State at Large. fit VHT.Ks) IlKMELIN, nf Hamilton County. THOst. W. UAltTLHY, of UlcMnml County. ! General Banks Responsible for the Red River Disaster. The abolition papers have already announ ced, ex calhnlnt, the victim in the case of the Red Kiver disaster. This is strictly in accordance with tho tactics of abolitionism, in other words, its policy always in case ot a ueteat, to mux tno stigma to a ; subordinate, if the commander bo an aboli- tionist, or to the commander himself incase lie is not devoted to "loyalty" and tho "in terests of God and humanity." Thus, at Big Bethel, Bitxf.ii was commander, but being an 'abolitionist, he, like hi.i Holiness, can do no wrong, hence the abolition jour nals pla...

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 April 1864

The Holmes County farmer. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. DEMOCRATIC Primary Election. Pursuant to nntlco tho Democratic Central Committee met nt Millersburg, on tho Kith Inst, mud ntlutcl tho following resolutions! Iletohed, That tho Democracy of Holmes coun ty nro hereby requested to meet In thn several townships nn Saturday, tho tthilny of .1 line, Iniii, nt the usual tltno nnd place, mill proceed In tho usual maimer to voto for tho nomliintlon of n candidate for Congress, n eiindlilntt! for County lteconler, nnil a umulldnto for County Cummls Bloncrto bo supported nt tho ensiling iiunuiil elc Hon, Jlnolvett, Thnt tho return Judges from tho scv crnl townships meet with tho Central Commit tee nt Millersburg on Monday, tho nth ilnv of June, nt 10 o'clock A. 31,, to count tho votes iimt declare tho result. Ily Oriler of WILLIS HOAGLAND. April 28th, 1864. Chairman. Iu pursuance of tho nliovc call, wo nro author lied to mnltc tho following announcements : ran ntxoitumt, GEORGK L. COOK. KOIt ...

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 April 1864

Variety. You can't ticrstirulo n rainbow to make its - l . It ia rn,2.-dlltilt- nnncaraneo on a cicnr smi bent on a cloud. Lilly VII U " , , wind, should sometimes try and mind their talk. Win should the highest npnjo on a tree Iks a good ono ? Becauso it is a tin-top applo , A nELliK doesn't differ so much from a bell; thcyboth have clappers in their mouths. Wltrisabladc of grass like a noto at hand? Becauso it is matured by falling due. SrEAKirfl of rising with tholark Artcnms Ward says ho should prefer to rise with gold. A woman in Pownal, Vt., declares she won't have a telegraph put in her yard, "and over timo I spank my children have it go all over tho country." We are going "on to Richmond" again this summer, if wo can mako the connection. Sit in your own place and no man can make you rise. Thehe is to bo a novel expiditon at Hills dale, Michigan, on tho UGtlt of Jlay, the County Agricultural Society lias appointed n sheep-shearing festival and pic-nie on that dav John C. Heen...

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. — 5 May 1864

Site golmw (Bounty Jnvmcr. rurtusittstj r.vi:nv tiii'imuay OrnCK-8KC0ND BTOJIY OF FIKE'S BUILDING TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On year, (In advance,) if not paid within the vear ..$1,50 .(2,00 A3 So paper will bo illseontlniH-d unlll nil enrriges lire paid, except lit the option of thu nrreroues Publishers. 1 rrT nit i V VJLj. xiO MILLERSBURG. OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1804. NO. 13. (Smite mwm V Y to gate t SilvMtolttj)." Olio trpinrc, three welen, , , 1 no Knelt iiddlllimiit Inst i I lt.it, "ri onosepmrc, thrte months ,, 2 11 oiiPNijiinro, Mx months,....!..... . 00 f liiu stiiuiie, twelvemonth 7 mi One fourth 1 iihiinn, one year, ...... at no O1111 linir eoluiii neyeur,....i HT, no Unocoluinu, one yenr,,,, , , WW .IOi: I'KINTirVM Of every description executed In th0 Ijcst styl nml on renHtiiinlile tcrttin. Tho l'AitMiai liiisiiliinierclrt'itlntloii tlmnnuv other pnper III this peeflon of thn Htittc. It fs now, nnd hits lieon tor thlity-seven eonstcutlvn yotirathoolllciiil pnper of the count...

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. — 5 May 1864

She golmcjs (tatty Javmn. official i-ai-ku or TlltS COUKTY. vT-A.?t!3 A. I3STtTT, ZEUltor. MIL LgKS BUBO) OHJOl THUnSDAV, MAY fl, 1S04. Democratic State Ticket. Atwai-y of State William W. AnMSTitoNO. JudgeoJ ihtpreme 0irtV. Van TntTMi'. fo. Itxmff vaeancpl 51. C. WmTr.i.KV. do. Short raeanet Alkx. H. llovs Attorney General Lyman II. CniTctlFlRLn. Ibmptrvllcrothe Treasury W. S, V. Puentim. fehool CtommlnfonTs-ALr.XANIKn H. Hamsky. Hoard of Public Workt WILLIAM LA11WILL. (fo. racanejj citAitLra Bousnu Presidential Electors for the State at Large. CHARLES HEMELIN, of Hamilton County. TH08. W. llAHTLKY.'of ltlchlniul Cottnty? Calling Out of the Militia. The calling out of tho militia nt tho pres ent time is a heavy stroke upon all depart mcnts of business, but more severely afflic ted aro tho agricultural interest of tho country. Tho wheat crops will be short, nnd neigh borhoods are left with scarcely a man to gather what thcro may be. But the short ness of the wheat crop necessitates ...

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. — 5 May 1864

The Holmes County farmer. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. I .13 31 O CHAT I O Primary Election. I'urBuniit to nollco tlio Democratic Ccntrul Coinniltlco met ul Stlllcrshiiru:, on tho lOtli Inst, nnd adopted tlio following resolutions I Ilriohnl, That IhnDehiocrocy or 1 Inline conn tynri! hereby roitii'totl to meet In the several townships on Hnlurdiiy.tho Itlidiiy of June, I Mi I, lit tho uhiiiiI tlliii) nntl place, mill jiriici i it In the usual manner to voto for tlio iinmltmtlmi of it cnnillituto for Congress, a. candidate Tor County Recorder, nnil n candidate for Coiinty Commls Kloncr to lo suppoited lit tlio ensuing n n 1 1 tint election. llrmiirtt, That tlio return Judges from the sev eral townships meet Willi tlm Central Cnmiult ten ut .Mlllcrsbtirii on Mnnilny, the nth ilnv of .lime, ul !U o'clock A. M,, to count tlio votes nml declare tlio result. lly Order of Committee, WILMS HOAOI.AND, April 28th, 1801. Clmlnium. In pursuance of the nbovo call, wo nro author ized to liuUte tlio ...

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. — 5 May 1864

Business Directory. PHYSICIANS. Dr. .T. Jl. Woods, PHYSICIAN' AND (ITtOI-ON, Mtllerauurir, l Office In crltcltfiold's block, up stntrs. o. Or. A. A. Crump, TIAN. Mlllorsburff. Ohio. Ofllce end of Main street, four doors ntwvo mo i uu lie Siiutire. J J. loiiicrcnc, ill PHYSICIAN AND PUnOEOJ., Mltlcrsburg. O. -Azii, , Minn street. J doors cast of the S:. Hesldence-fonnorly occupied w m KbTlght. ' DrTi'. O. V. ltolliiK, PIIYHICIAJf AND SHrtOKON, MUlcrsburp, 0. oSuiiicd by Dr. Irvine. 21-20 Dr. Cliurlcs Hunt, rilYSICIAN AND Hl'HOEON, N'nshvlllc, Ohio, Successor to Dr. I.tptjett. -- w. ii. Putt, m. d., PHYHICIAN A SUlianON, Itowvllle, Ohio. 31,10 to PHYSICIANS. ATTORNEYS. J. T.MAXWELL 1 ' t 1). I). HELLER. lMnxwcIl Ilcllor, ATTORNEYS AND COrN'SKM-ORS AT T,AV, Mlllcrstmrg.Olilo. Olllce, In tho Court House, up stairs. ""- L.B. CMTCnriKLt). Critcliflulil iianiei. s. vni., lilil, ATTORNEYS AT T.AW, .Mlltmliurp, Ohlp. Offlce in Crltchllold's building, up stairs. 10 c. p. vomiES. t w. Vorlics ...

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. — 12 May 1864

Iwgotmw (EJotmtjj nvmcv. l-Uiil.iHlir.n l:vi:nv hiuiwpay my lzwvis m: rvjaAvrorv. OTF10E-BEC0HO STORY OF FlKE'8 tHJlLDIHO TERMS OF SUiisCItll'TlON. On yoar, (la ndvanco,) If not paid within tho year, ..$1,00 12,00 3 No pnpor will ho cllicoiitliiunl until nil urrrnrngiH nru paid, except at llio option of tho l'uljllnlicia. Hill VOL. 20 iLERSBURG. OHIO. THURSDAY, MAY J-2, J8iW. NO. 14. gate of SdwtWttg. 8ssMrttS!?j!!:i- is Ono lmlf column iliiyiii". .' J '. .. M wi SOU ritlNTIKn Of every tlrsrrliitlon executed In tho lH tvl ami nn rMunii. il. trtn " Tho I'AftMKit hiu n lnurr circulation than nn other .t;r In this ncetlon of tho HIM it ft H. 1!?.,,t,'n for thlrly-oeven eonscctulv years tho olllclal paper of tlio county. Business Directory. PHYSICIANS. Dr. .1. D, AVols, I'HYHtCIAN AND BUIUIKON, Millennium, O. Olllco In Urltclillold'H block, up Mnlra. IW-l Dr. A. A. Crump, GF.ttMAN AND KNai.IBU HOTANIO PHYSI CIAN, Mllleraburc, Ohio. Oltli-.j on tho i:nt nnd of Mnln street, four doors nho...

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. — 12 May 1864

The Holmes County Farmer. OFFICIAL PA1T.ll or '111; COl'MY. MlttEUSBURO, OlIIO! THURSDAY 7. . MAY 12, ISM Democratic State Ticket. ftrrrtnmnf f3n!t Wtf.t.t tS W. AnMSTllOSfOi (to. I Wlort twrnwrj -Ai.cx. 8. Hoys utttornru aenrral LYMAN It. dttTC-lirirXn. m&w-ALKXApnn S. Ramsey. ?mlo'rtMe llorA William Larwili. do. Vacancy-Ciiaiu.es IlocsnL. Presidential Electors for the State at Large. cnAm.HS RnMELlN, of Ilnmllton County. Tnoa. w. HAim-m. or nichinmi county. A Vigorous Prosecution of the War. Men of all parties talk about their love for the Union and their determination to sustain it. Abolitionists, and some who don't exact ly own themselves to bo such, talk for a vig orous prosecution of tho war. What do they want tho war prosecuted for ? They confess they cannot if they would, and would not if they could, rcstoro the Union as it wa. Tlicy seek to destroy tho old Union and to build up a now and better one. Wo could imagino a Union, n peaceful and happy one, formed upon the con...

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. — 12 May 1864

The Holmes County farmer. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. DEMOCRATIC. Primary Election. . 1. I .. I i . 1 T! ii nir.tl .,,. Ii . . Miii.i., n i iim i litu it.st ty So lby riu.:: til nrtinV. m.v I nrt7,'n.,& .:.V. V...1 in iVun'r r Vi,.V i n1. .in it , f ! n rnmllitnto for Coiik"'hs. ii winillilnte for ('iiiinly Ueeonler, nml n nimllilutu ror Counly CoiiiiiiIk- ... ...T1.. n. tinil Hlnncrtf, liu KitniHirtcd lit tlio cnnuliiu itiiuiiiil Vll'ltllltl. Itrvtlvctt, That tlio return JiiiIkos friini tlio ne crnl tDwiislilps meet with tlio Central Commit ten nt Mlllerslmru on .Mouilny, tlm (ith cluy of June, nt It) o'clock A. M., to count thu votes ami declare tlio result. lly order of rlnmmltloo, WILLIS HOAGLAND. April 28th, 1864, Chairman. In lutrsunnco of tho abovo call, wo nro nulhor lied to molto tho following announcements s roit mx'oiinun, AND11KW J. BETiL. GEOHGI3 L. COOK. JOHN S. OUR. roll COMMt.SStOSEll, JOHN GTtAY. JAMES It. HENDERSON. STMEON SNOW. JAMES SKELTiKY. Kicked. Last Thursd...

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. — 12 May 1864

Select Poetry. Select Poetry. THE SUNNY SIDE. When darkest hours of saJilcRs ComeMcnllnn;o-cr tho hearts When Inlso oucselnro ilccclvo thee, And from thy side depart! Teer up beneath the niiKtilMi, Aud breast the sinking tide, Far o'er tho vnlo of shadows. Oh, there's a sunny side. Let early tlea Ixj broken. Which ever thou liold'st denr, It mnttcrs but ft little. , Tho trial how severe! For there are ninny others In whom thou canst confide. Where'er thy sad heart plnoth Yes, there's a sunny side. Our lifetime hero Is fleeting, It passetu soon nwny, Mko fancy's dreamy visions, And Autumn's wan decay. Then take thou hold in earnest, Although before thou'st tried ; Llfo Is mado up of struggles, Thcro's yet a sunny side. This wldo world may look dreary, Tho tempest louder roar, While every golden moment, my 1110 oouis wans 10 snore. Delav not In thv effort Airnlnqt thnwlnil nml tide. To do what thou wouldst have to do, upon tno sunny siue. From the Louisville Democrat. THE NEGRO'S LAME...

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