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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 27 May 1858

I? mii:li 1 1 Mm ill" J. Caskej, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Door Sonth of Jackson. Terms:-0ne Dollar and Fifty Cents in ifraiice vol: 2. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1858. ftO. 40. III U LI JU iiii ji i imw ii i u i in Hi Hi iii iii Poetry. GONE. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. J" Another hand is beckoning us, .Another call is given; r " , And glows once more with angel steps ; The path which reaches heaven. ' Oar young and gentle friend, whose smils Made brighter summer hoars, mid the frosts of sutam time -' Has left us, with the flowers, jS o paling of the cheek ol bloom .Forewarned as of decay; So shfedow from the Silent Land Pell round our sister's way. . t " .. -., .. . The light of her young life went down, - '.'As sinks behind the hill . ' - ' The glorybfa setting star, -v Clear.suddenly, and stilL As pore and sweet her fair brow seemed, Items! as the sky; " ' . .'. And like the brook's long song, her voice A sound which could not die. ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 27 May 1858

Aitmtbl J. CASKEY, - Editor, THURSDAY,:::;::;::: MAY 5. '88- rS-The following penoat j w'.HDTOHnrara, Holmeavine, , Wjr. Gcthbik. Fredericksburg, : E. BUix. Berlin, S. Tidball, and L. Edwards, Bloonifield. TRAVELERS DIRECTORY. ' The following shows the time of departures nd arrivals oo the C. Z. A C R. B. at ilillers burgaad Cleveland: - Bmoss North. The Express leaves Mfl rrsbnrg at 6.05 A. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 10.48. " The AeeommodaUon leaves Millensbnrg at 135 P. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 10,00. - Eunwwe Socth oeomiaaiaitoitleaves-CleTe-lad at 5-15 A. It, and arrives at Millersburg Mrprstt leaves Cleveland at 4.15 F. M, and arrives at juiiieraborg al B.4U. ryThe Erpnt train mnaisir Korfh eon sects at Orrnlle with the East and West trains on the P. Ft. W. and C. E. R. , - Ohio Republican State Convention Called. ' The Bepnblican State Central Commit tee of this State have called a State Con vention, to meet in Columbus, on the 13th of July next, at 10 o'clock A. M...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 27 May 1858

News Items. The Secretary of Slate has asked n ap propriation of 120,000 to cany into effect the act for tie admission of Kansas into the Union. - . - ' - The 'Washington Correspondence of tne N. Y. Evening rost says: "From the preset appearances, Congress trill be ready to adjourn on tne 7tn ot June, ' .J.lc tn the ioint resolutions Dassed." Mr. J. Glancy Jones has been personal ly at work urging the Illinois clerks at Washinaton to form a club and to send Illinois. - This proves that Mr. Buchanan does not want peace but a sword. He ' means to crush the Little Giant. . - The Pittsburgh Christian Advocate states that the health of .Bishop bimpscn, which Las been very precarious since his return from the East, is rery much improved, and that it is thought by his physician that in the course of a month or so he will be able to be abroad. j school, are engaged in solemn discussion at Montgomery, Ala-, whether or not it is best to dissolve the Umon. If they conclude to dissolve, we hope...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 27 May 1858

Miscellany. Gall on Horses. '- In worluag horses, especial care should begijen to tLe collar, rtat -condition, and frequently wasnea y tokeep it .oft and good shape; but m ease any should be troubled with galls on their horse's shoulders, as will be the case sometimes by potting their horses to hard work in the spring, after a winter's rest, or in commencing the working of colts, I will relate my experience. I bought a toam of young horses that had never been put to hard work, and when I commenced my spring plowing, I soon discovered that their shoulders were getting sore, one of them so that the nair bad come on, and its shoulder quite raw. - I immediately got a quart of high wines, and bathed their shoulders three times a day, without ever stopping tbem from work, and I soon discovered toe hair coming out nicely, ana have never been troubled with their shoul ders since. Shoeing Horses. A writer in the New England Farmer on the shoeing of horses that over-reach ays: : . -. . " ' "M...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 3 June 1858

Iff inm i If f itiii ; -: L Xj 1 J: I' J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms:-0nc Dollar and Fiftj Cents in M auto VOL.2. MILLERSIWRG, HOLMES COUNTY, OIIIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1858. NO. 41: Poetry. LISTEN NELLIE LISTEN. Ob, listen. Nellie, listen! While I sing to thee . . . . of We, . . .. I The sweetest titling known o,earth, the Ito lieat above! And, as the flowers the gentle rain, or evening's -..--: . balmy dew . - So is tty love to roe Ntllie:-is my love so to youl , Thee listen Lady, listen! For my Heart is all : aglow i . " l With love for gentle Nellie, for her its nam tiers flow. As the pare stream oufgushing from amocntain's rocky side, So ray love to thee, is flowing, in a never-ceas ing tide": Or, as earth is bathed in sun-light, when no clouds are seen, above. So my soul, it bnsketh ever, in the sunshine of , thy love. . . . Then listen Lady, listen! For my heart is ail " aglow, ; With love for gentle Nellie, for h...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 3 June 1858

THE REPUBLICAN. J. CASKEY, . . - "J THURSDAY,::::!: JUNES, 858- -Tha following paw"" snthorized A- JAW Hdicbctsok, Hdmesville. -W. Gcthki, Frederieksbnrg, K. Hjux,BwIiB, . S. Tidball, mad L. Edwards, Bloomfield. TRAVELERS DIRECTORY. Tie following shows the time of departures md arrivals on the C. Z.&C.R. R. at Millers knrg and Cleveland: llimmte Now. The Expreu leaves Mil MBborg at 6.30 A. M., and arrives at Cleveland tl0.4. - The AaDommodalum lenves llillenitmfg at 1.25 V. M and arrives at Cleveland at 9,50. mm Sooth Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 5.15 A. M., and arrives at UiUerabnrg tl'A25. Exoreu leaves Cleveland at 4.15 P. 21., and arrives at Millembttrfr at 8.40. rThe tjmreu train running North con nects at Ormlle with the East and West trains on the P. Ft. W. and C. R. R. f3T It was said that Mr. Pierce's Ad ministration, bad one virtue,-- that it made Mr. Ttlers look respectable by contrast. Mr. Buchasas's makes both look respec table by contrast. X3F Senator Toombs ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 3 June 1858

News Items. The Legislature of Oregon, i last ion divorced sixty couples. Mr. Layard hM arrived in London, from -an extended tour mrouiju - districts of India. Daniel Gaver las been condemned to j - , pay 110,000 at ireaenc, jaa, ior ueiam ingihe character of Mrs. Stewart, the wife of a clergyman. If. Florence, the actress, was robbed of $2000 worth of jewelry in Cincinnati, on Thursday night of last week. What is the best line to lead a roan with! Crino-line. And the best line to lead woman with, is a Mascu-line. , . Hiss Harbj, the daughter of the old man who killed C. II. Stone, her seducer, in New Orleans, is now a runtime Stone is dead, the father in prison, and the wo man crazy. On the 7 th tilt, a litlie daughter, three, J ears of age, of Henry Deninan, of Has rouck Sullivan county, was scalded to death by falling backwards into a pail of boiling water. She did not survive but an bour or two after the accident. A favorite modo of introducing in Bra zil is said to be "this is ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 3 June 1858

Poetry. RUTH. When' tie miAutkiased the Lill-tor In the dew of early morn. ' Ruth went out behind the reopens, Through the golden shocks of eorn. Patience gleaned with, her the pastures, Hope sobbed softly in her sighs, Love lit up her trembling features With gkT of Paradise-'; . - - Then said Boas to the reapers, - "Hers be all that each man leaves; Trouble not the Jewish maiden. Let her glean among the sheaves.' c' ' " - .a , Long the master loved to linger . -, Looking backward o'er the plain, Seeing there a sweeter treasure Than the summer scented grain ' ' Ruth do longer haunts the pastures. Sobs no more amid the corn, Follows not the other reapers Through the dewy fields of morn."""" f But the harreat-soins from meadow, Slumb'rous hill-side, billowy plain. Bear the tiding "She is mistress . Over all the rustling grain." I . - - - - Thus when Hope and Love and Patience . Glean the pasture God has sown, Softly angcl-aongs shall welcome - Us, the reapers, as His own. , '. . RUTH....

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 June 1858

til 4 J. Caskey, Editor and Proprietor. OMcc-Wasfcington Street, Third Door Sooth of Jackson. Termsr-One Dollar and Fifty Cents in A&xaztC MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1858, VOL. 2. NO. 42. Poetry. DAD IS GROWING OLD JOHN. BY J. Q. A. WOOD. Aye, Dad is graving old, John, .-" His eye are growing dim, ' . And years hare oa bis shoulders laid -A heavy weight for him; tint yon and I are young asd hale. And each a stalwart man, -And we most make bis load as light ' - - And easy as we can. ; ' He osed to take the brunt, John, .. At cradle and the plow, . Ar?d earn our porrigc by the sweat . , That trickled from bis brow; ... . Yet never beard we bim complain, . i . Whate'er his toil might be, rj.... . If or wanted e'er s welcome scat . Upon bis solid knee. ' But when our boy strength came, John, J And sturdy grew each limb,' -He took us to the yellow field, t , ; To share the toil with him; -. But be went foremost in the swarlh, Tossing sside the grain, . . . c...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 June 1858

t JlcpuMican. J. CASKEY, - - - THURSDAY.:::::::": JUNE 10, 1858. rt-The tJlowin? peisoasare authorized A gtnufor the Bcpoblin. J. H. Kotaid. Nashville. J.H.8racE.I,l'niPlPB - , J7 A W.Horcmxsoit, HolmesTilIe, - XTm. Gcthm. Fredericksburg, . E. HjOL.E!frUii, S. Tidsall, sad L. Edwa&ds, Bloom fitld. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shows the time of departures and arrivals oa the C. Z C. R. R. at Hillcrs ksrgaad Cfcvelaad:- Rcnuiso North. The Express leaves Mil erabnrg at 6 JO A. II., and arrives at Cleveland at 10.48. - . The Ac&mmodrditm leaven Hillerslxrrg at 1.25 P. M, and arrives at Cleveland at 8.5U. Brmrcie South Aocowwodatitm. leaves Cleve land at 6.15 A. M, aad arrives at Millerebnrg at 12.00. J&pfsw leaves Cleveland at 4.15 P. M., and arrives at Millerebnrg at 8.40. rlDe Jtrprem train ranniajr prorui con nects at Ortnlle with the East and West trains OB the P. Ft. W. and C. R. R. ' Dr Bernhisel, the Mormon delegate does not credit the rumors that the Mor mons ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 June 1858

The Freebooters In Kansas-who They Are. STEAMBOAT IOWA, May 25. 1858. Eds. C6u.ln looking over your rsstrs or Mar 22d, I find two letters, dated I3tb nod 14tli inst, from K. .T, in which the Writer attributes the late robberies to Free State men, commissioned hy J. H. Lane. Sow, that men in their right' reason, and with any sense of justice abou t them, will eend such bare-faced falsehoods for publi cation, is mystery to we. v i war in Johnson county for the past six weelcs, and only left there last Wednesday. On the Friday evening previous, a band of twenty two mounted ruffians went to Johnson City (containing two bouses,) and robbed the grocery of flour, and the owner of some money; also, Mr. Evans and some others, of money to the amount of about $500 in all.-' Crosssrow, tue cshenfi, was drunk, and in their carouse he lost $1 7 in money and his watch and revolver. Yet the above is greater than their neighbors gave them credit for losing.'. The band were camped three miles from Mc...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 June 1858

Miscellany. Recipes. Boston Tka Cawz.: One tablespoon fill of white sugar, one tabtespoonful of melted Tard, one tea cupful sweet milk, two eggs, one teaspoonful soda, two cream tartar, and two caps of flour, bake and to be eaten with butter while warm. Potato Balls Kagoct. Add to a pound of mashed potatoes a quarter of a pound of grated ham, some sweet herbs, or chopped parsley, a chopped onion, salt, pepper, and a little grated nutmeg, or spice mix with the yolks of a couple eggs and bread-crumbs then fry them, or brown in an oven. An agreeable vegetable relish, and a good supper dish. : Cottagb Pcddiko ob Cake. Peal, boil, and mash, two pounds of potatoes beat them up into a smooth batter, with three-quarters pint of milk, two ouncees of msist sugar, and two or three eggs, well beaton. Bake about three quarters of an hour. Leave out the milk, and add three ounces of butter, and it will make a very jiice cake. Rick Blascmangk. Put a tea cupful of whole rice into the least water po...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 June 1858

- - : - i. Caske j, Editor and Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Terms:-0ne Dollar and Fifly Cents in Adrance. VOL. 2. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1858. NO. 43. Poetry. GONE AWAY. I see the farm-house, red and old. Above its roof the maples away; The hills behind are bleak and cold; j."The wind comes up and dies away. ' 1 gaze into each empty room. And as I gase a gnawing pain, " !s in mr heart at thought of those - Who ne'er will pass the doors again. , And, strolling down the orchard slope, . (So wide a likeness grief will crave.) Ruth dead leaf seems a withered hope, '...Each mossy hillock looks a grave. '.. They'will not hear me it 1 call; They will not see these tears that start; Tis autumn autumn with it all And worse than autumn in my heart. O leaves, so dry, and dead, and sere! I can recall some happier hours. When summer's glory lingered there. And summer's beauty touched the flowers. Adown the slope a slender shape ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 June 1858

THE REPUBLICAN. J. CASKEY, - - - y Editor. THURSDAY,:::;:::::: JUNE 17, 1858. rTThe following peraoDaare authorized A- gtnts for the Bcpubhcan. J. H. KratiiD, Nashville. - J. H. S.fKDiciDt, Plimpton, J. A W.Hctohwbok, Holmesville, . . 'm. Gctbbik, Fredericksburg, E. Hall, Berlin, E. Ted ball, and L. Edwards, Bloomfield. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. - The following ahowa the time of departures and arrivals on the C. Z. A C. R. E. at Millers burg and Cleveland: - - Rcmcnre North. The Exprttt leaves Mil ersburr at 6 JO A. M-, aad arrivea at Cleveland at 10.49. - - - - The Aetommodaiion leaves MOlersburg at 1J25 T. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 9,50. Rumrme South Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 5J5 A. M., and arrives at ilillerebarg Exprtu leaves Cleveland at 4J5 P. M., and arrives at miltersbnrg at B.-w. . 99Th Knwmm traia rnnniiur North con sects at Orrvjlle with the East aad West trains on the P. Ft. W. and C. R. R. 1 Baut w Western New Yobk. The rain' has, been so heavy in Cattanaugus...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 June 1858

From the Coshocton Democrat. On Saturday night last, two burglars Hotel, in Keene, suc ceeded in fobbing a watch, then partook of a free lunch, and decanipeu iu Bcarvu m a more lucrative field. Tbey next enUred the cellar of a store, but failed in forcing their way into the store room, the hatch- . J 11 3 IPI 1 f. 1 1 way being too well secureu. inev ien iu without makinsr anv further at- Dn Sunday, afternoon, Sheriff Bodehaver being informed of their opera lions started in rmrsiit of them, and on Monday succeeded in overhauling them a few miles above Dresdon. As soon as he discovered his came he ordered the driver io drive slow and keep as near them as possible. The" instant the carriage came opposite them he pounced iipon the larg est of the two, seizing him by the arm with one hand, and wrestling a carpet-bag from him with the other; and telling him what he was arrested for. Thi robber sprang backwards -and snapped-a pistol at the Sheriff, ran around the carriage, leaped a fence ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 June 1858

Miscellany. Epitaphs. Some virtuosia been hunting up the queer epitaphs in England, nd in a j recent num&of Household Word has riven sample of his collections. We ex taict some rery old an3 some very well i wwimans of odd epitaphs he goes ftUVKK - thus: ... What sort of matrimonial existence must Mr. Pent of Winchester have passed, I wonder, who as soon as Lis Deborah was grassed over could indite upon her so flip pant a couplet as this f - "Here liet the Wy of Deborah Drat. She kicked up her heals aad away she went." We charitably hope that it was the ex treme seductiveness of the rhyme which caused him to represent the lady as having departed so very summarily. ' Our epitaph makers go a good deal out of the way for good rhyme, and when they find a dys siEEable to match with another they hesi tate at nothing in order to bring it in. At Doncaster I read: "Here lies two brothers, by misfortune surround ed, . One died of his wounds and the other wag drowsded." And again, at Bid fo...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 June 1858

-1 1 A 4 V:'"". " ; 7 ' -Til -5 .-,4..- .:; v ji if..; ; - - - --i-ow ni l .-'. j.-.. st: ',.. ;.'.:. ' J v-A -.'-; -"v' ;.-;, tri- .:' '.r JCaskey, Editor and. Pfoprieior. OSce-Washingtou Street, Third Door South of Jackson. Terma-One Dollar and Fifty Cents fir Aidant f VOL.2. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COIJNTYi OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, iar8. 1 itft II II I - - O B III III l!l 1 1 in II III III u AW" . MVV Poetry. Poetry. DON'T SAY "YOU CAN'T." ca,"DoB'tBy-,yonjui'(r there' joy in stare - Tor H the happy humble; - - - f. J-'. ; -And there-is woe A :? -! '-'For all below.-- i ! . n. Viho chose to fivt ud grumbk1, - ' t tach has a duty to perlurni, . . ,. ;Ti.4i!lfiIlu order;? . rl. ' Do wht yon caa r-. , ; r To be a Man, -...... ;; And Heaven be yonr rewarder v. "" . Iteat eay "yod can'i;"1iut atrive to think ' ' " That old Webster never meant it; ' ' , :? 'Prtftodid. ' , : ' - His eovscieBce bid ... ' ' Him lonf ago repent it. f a Mas ia Snper.aent to bind - ! ;- ' The Sorvcst golden-apau...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 June 1858

Wat kpb(tam. J. CASKEY, - Editor. THURSDAY,: :: JUNE 24, 1858. tffThe tolloTrinff penwwaare authoracd A gtstsfor the Eopoblican. . J. H. Kotlaib, Nashville. - J. H. SicnMCKnt, I'limpton, J.4W, Hirrcnrwojf. Holmeeville, - v " Wm. Gltheijc, Fredericksburg, E. Hall, Berlin, & TuBAU,'and L. Edwaim, Bloom field. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The fcllowiBg shows lbe time of departures and arrivals ob the C. Z. & C. E. R. at Millera- bnrg and Cleveland: Knnrora Noth. The Erpret lcavea Mil' ersburg at 6.30 A. Haad arrives at Cleveland at 1U.48. :- , - r - t . . The Accommodation leaves Milleniburg at 1J25 r. al, ana unrei at Ulevelaad at 3,a0. RtnnnxG Socth ocowwoiaBioit leaves Cleve land at 5.15 A. M., and arrivea at MUlerabnrg Express leaves Cleveland al 4.15 P. It., and arrives at Millersborsr at 8.40. ' tS The Express train running North eon Beets at Orrrille with the East and West trains on tbe P. Ft, W. and C. R- B. Celebration. ' We believe it is intended to get up some sort of.s Cel...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 June 1858

The Crops in South America. A letter from Chili says: ' The ctom have this vear has been cnor moos."; Sino the impetus given, by the earlj wants of Australia ami California, to wheat growing, this country has more than' quadrupled in the incomes of its landed proprietors. One or. two have this Tear sold their wheat crops alone for - i i i' i 9100,000, and many who nave realized half os tbftt Hrhonn. The mining interests T mean the silver mines are beciirniiig to improve. : The. copper mines, both of Coqnimbo and Uoputpo have always been in excellent yielding condition. A copper mine net ' for from the former place, gives its sole owner over forty thousand dol lars per month, or nearly half a million per annum.' :' '' ' - .yA correspondent of the Philadel phia Prcts writing from aboard the U. S. ship San Jacinto, on the China coast, peaks of an American woman ho met at M&illji, Jie Capitalif the Phiinpioo "Is lands, thas: h-.t-t; -i: J ,; v '"At Manilla we had the pleasuro of mee...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 June 1858

Poetry. QUERIES. I it anvbodv s business. If a gentleman should choose, To wait upon a lady, " , Kibe lady dont refuse' : Or to apeak a little plainer. , , , nUUtnr.eaiy,ln,"fk.n0,r'r ... Is it any r b?TT S " ' -' ifaWri"be,iat ' iitWbodJ,',bines!, 'i ; - When the gentleman does call. Or when he leaves the lady. . f; t Or. if he leaves at all? . ' " .. ' Or i it necessary ' -- Tkat the curtain should bedrawn, - To save from further UoabJe.u- " ; The oatside kokem-ea V r hHanybodys business1 " Bat the lady's if herbcia - ' v. 'v Rides out with other ladies And did not let her know! Ia It anybody 'a business - -Bat the gentleman 'a, if she Should aooept another escort. Where he dosen't chance to be? The substance of our query, . , Simply stated, would be this: Is it anybody's business 'What another's business is? If it is, or if it isn't, We would really like to know. For we're certain if it isn't... - . . There are some who make it wo'.ys -n v - a fc lfitkwlljoitherabbla,i jy- - indu...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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