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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 27 January 1859

jjcosJi;. Jrla jtf.t fc-j.-iM iiiiti I: 3. . fjifl ,OU3 r1 JrUaskey, Editor m4 Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Tcras:0nc Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance,! t fft ta Yor.3. MILLERSBUEG-, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1859. N0.23. Ul flTI II . I I I flNfllZ. I ; it , ,1 i. ,oa Poetry. BALLAD. MiWstandisnmtheyfiowcr came , Across the stormy wra. . Anil 'in fhatlUtlo ban df was Bone, .More eenerous,or bnivc. -r r ' -jj" . - . - fiiidstcold December's aleet and motr ' -id ,iOnTlyniouthock they land; caliireretneir hands tratstroDg ; their hearts, 7 'That'pions pilgrim band. - -j ' r J Dh, sa4 it ,was in their poor huts, ? A To hear the storm wind blow; ' :Aad territilftat midnight Lour, .s v ErYien ygllVl the savage foe . - And when, e savagej gTim "and dire; His'.Dlooajr work' began,'. t n, For, a cluwpion' brave, lhave beeiTtold, Miles Standish was the man. O.But oh, his, heart was made to bow nr !i 'With grief andrpain fnil loir, '.'For...

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 January 1859

THE REPUBLICAN. J. CASKBY, Editor; THURSDAY,::::::":: JAN. 27, 1859 TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. TTin folloirinir shows the time of departures adsriral onflie C. Z. fc C. R. R. atMillere burgand Cleveland: Rcxxuro Noam. The. Exprea. leaven Jlil lersburff'al6.20A. M., and arrives at Cleveland at 10.45. The Accommodation leaves llillersburg at 2.35 P; SI., and arrives at Cleveland al 9,00. ' RuxsntG South A ccommodalion leaves Cleve land at 8.00 A. 31., and arrives at llillersborg at 1.50 JP. 51. - Sxprett leaves Cleveland al 4.00 P. 31., and arrives at Millcrsborg at 8.37. KSTbe Ervrti train running North con nects at'Ormlle with the East aad West trains on the P. Ft. W. and C. R. R. SSTQvx neighbor of the Farmer gives evidence in the last cumber of that paper of being out of all patience with U3 for our continued persistence for the rights that wo believe belong to tho Republican las pay ers of this county namely, the right to see the annual Exhibit of the manner in which .their moneys hav...

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 January 1859

Air-Ships to Cross the Ocean. Some of oar ambitious sky-fliers are takis? stetto try nod realize tho prophet- 1C ImrniS itrftce uiwuwwu own iu"eu mm ooesv in ber .recent lecturer here. Mr. fiteioer, the young American aeronaut who made numerous balloon journies last season, the.Iast beingfneross pur State on a wager celebrated .French aeronaut, has been cngftgeA'forsometimein attempts, to solve, the "proSlemiof" serial navigation, and it is Jtoughtj has succeeded. He has got up pTans and specifications of a monster.air ohip.designedto cross tho Atlantic sixty hours, for the construction of which Mr. S.' desires to secure -the aid of Congress. He estimates me cosvoi itie craitat 40- 000 dollars, and calculates that with head winds a speed o'f 40 miles an hour can be obtained, and with farorable eales 100. Th& air-ship of Steiner ia to be cigar shaped like the Winans steamer, 300 feet long a80'lfjin,dSmeter'ytjBe--centre. ;j, he I, bottom to be- of thin sheet copper, And beneath t...

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. — 27 January 1859

REPORT. REPORT. Of Wm. Reed. Prosecuting Attorney, and John REPORT. Of Wm. Reed. Prosecuting Attorney, and John Huston and L. R. Crutchfied, appointed by the Court Common Pleas of Holmes Conady, at Term, A. D. 1858, the Report Commissioners said County, for the Commissioners of said County, for the year ending June 1st, A. D. 1858. "The undersigned Committee beg leave lo sub mit the following Report: Upon examination the Committee find that the Report of said Commissioners, David Corn, Ellas Hochstetler and Richard Shreve, is a cor rect copy of the booksin the Anditor's office containing the proceedings of the Commission ers at their various sessions. Rut the commit tee deeming it their .duty to go farther into the 6ubject,have examined somewhat into the facts and law by which the said Report -will be proven correct or be condemned. The commit tee regret that the examination of the proceed ings of the Commissioners for the year ending June 1st, 1658, does not establish, as every ex ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 3 February 1859

M i 1 vW-' - ; sis 'iru- X Caskey ,E4iUf aid Pwprieter. Office-Washington Street, Third Beer South of Jackson. Terms;-0ne Dollar and Fifty Cents is VOL. 3. : MILLERSBTJKG, HOLMES COUKJTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY .3, 1859. K0.24 II AAA' m I A A Ax A4f iA4 J III (11 111! niM II II II 9 Poetry. THE THREE FISHERS. BY REV. CHARLES KINGSLEY. Three Fishers went sailing out into the' West Out into the' Westas the sun Trent down: feacli' thocght ot tbe wo man that loved him best - .And the'children stood Vatching them bu t of '-'thelbwn;' Formen must woricand women ronst-weep, Anil there'slittle to earn" and many to keep, '.XhoDgti the harbor bar be .moaning. ihree wires sat op in the light-"hoaso tower) , And they'trimm'd. the lamps aa the'sun vent ' . down; ' .. They look'd at the squall, and they look'il El theshow'r-' u, And- the night-nick came rolling -up rugged and brown; But men must work nndnomcn must weep; Tho' storms be sudden and waters deep. And the harbor bar be moaning. Three...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 3 February 1859

j. fiASREY, - - -)fedltor. THURSDAY,: ::;:-FEB.: 3, ,1858.3 TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. Tha foUowiJiff dowB lie time of departure udrirab mtLe C. Z. 4C.B.B. atSillers bore ni Cleveland: Bcsxnra .JTokth. Jhe Erprtu lea-res Mil lenbcrg at 650 A. II., nn3 arrives at Cleveland t 10.45. The jleeommoiittoTi leaves llillerbborg at JL35 P.M., and arrives at Cleveland at 9,00. land at 8.00 A. M;r and .arrives at MUlerabnrg atL50 P. M. Erprctt leaves Cleveland at 4.00 P. M., and -u:!i I,-- .ten 'uc iJww utuu iuiuujq xiuna con? accta at Ormlle with the East and West trains it." tj -i? nr n T t Sif An-'unsuccessful attempt -was made a few nights ago to rob the Summit coun ty .Treasury. The rascal was caugh t in the set and is now in jaiL X"Tn Preble County Democrat calls the Editor of the German! own Indepen dent "a bloated, lager beer Dutchman." 1 1 XSSerious fears of a forthcoming fa mine in Mexico, are entertained. Fororor a year very little corn has been planted or gathered. 3TTbe record of the w...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 3 February 1859

An Extraordinary Story. Daring brief visit to Wayne couuty vritjuaaiawjspastjwe KScanieioqniirn (MVftHercntmtibcesP f "an' alleged murder, vfhicltlelrlltiiiglylfiirus'rnUs the adage:that "nrarder will out," and jiro in-. Tasted Vitb. a oecultar tragwinterest. -We Bo'Kot of course roucbfor th'e.trnthbf-the' ijgrj, sincere wSrejinaljfo o remain lonj enough to'inTestigste the matter, but tbre viinitir where Inn enm i said 10 Have tSen-cotninltleiJ. f1 ' "anv'vears aio a Erencamwr .known in the negbborbood, as French ilillerjjept PoSXknrirh. Wayne countv. One aftcrnopn i ,Jrover, wbo .ls.stated to. hve-,been,in nossession oi at .considerable out ud at Miller's tavern' wS'never beard! Jfifte'rwardU JIfis horsea .fineanimalj jwaa .found, some, . dis-. tance4 from Jtiuieca,i tiea ,to- n: tree. ,uis throat cut, and dead. Thus far the story is frueS-and !S&tEtiP tiereeollectfori ,of manytpf tiie, citizens, of Wayne and Ash land; counties. k A fortnight or more since, a man whose name we ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 3 February 1859

Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette. The Ohio Penitentiary. COLUMBUS, Jan. 14. An Loilr iftii always be spent very pleas-enUj- iu going through the Penitentiary examining, the various branches of me chanism in active operation, and observing the. labors. of those who have .become out casts from society by their own acts. The Penitentiary is a little world of itself, al though the. bright spots may be few and far between; where daily toil, not physi cally hard, yet unceasing within prescribed hours, reaching through a long term of jeare. The same energy and industry outside tho walls, would have kept many a than from forming an adquaintance with -the inside, which a majority of them realize . when it is too late. To-day I was shown through, the insti tution by Mr. P. S. Calkins,. one of the guards, and had a good opportunity for observation. There arc now In confine ment 724 prisoners, of whom thirteen are females, and yet the prison is provided with 705 .cells. The excess, howe...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 February 1859

- -. " -..1? J. Caskey, Editor ..and Proprietor. OEce Washington Street, Third Boor Soath of Jackson. Terms:0nc Dollar and Fifty Cents is Adxiwtt, YOL. 3. MILLEESBUHGr, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, EEBRUARY 10, 1859. N0.2& Miscellaneous. From the Ohio State Journal. Marvellous Story. ,M. Alexander, of Genevaj had occasio n ,t0 go romBruck to laybach, passing through 'a' wild country, inliabiteoVby.mountaiueers. Ho sat out the" latter .part of last August. Theseare. the terms, according lo tlio Siecle, in "which ..recounts a curious incident of his journey : Jh'o. day after my departure, I rode one ,of tbe "dwarfish horses of the country, ewhich are alone capable of enduring tbe fatigues .of lhaf rugged region ; and, guided ,by the owner of the animal, reached that night an isolated inn, the only ball of which was filled with charcoal-burners, who were makTug a prodigious noise. I was going to take my seat at hazard in the middle of this company, when I noticed at tho extremity...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 February 1859

THE REPUBLICAN. J. CASKEY, Editor. . THURSDAY,::::::::" FEB. 10 1859, TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The follows stows theUmeof ad arrivals on me u. 4.isi..tt.v miuob berg and Cleveland: Braanco Horth. The Exprets leaves llil fcrmbiinr at 6.20 A. M., and arrive at Cleveland It 10.45. The Accommodation leaves Millersburg at 2.35 P. it., and arrives at Cleveland at 3,00. 1 'Scnarso South Accommodation leaves Cleve land at 8.00 A. 11., and arrives at Millersburg atl.50 r.- 41. Express leaves Cleveland at 4.00 P. M., and arrives at llillersbnnr at 8.37. 'jyThe Exprcu train running North con atctaat Orrnlle with the East and West trains on the P. Ft. W. and C. R. R. PoiJTicAi, Straws. The Hartford De mocracy, in caucus, showed their hands most unmistakably for 'Douglas,' lost week. Soma of them did more. They denoun eed the Administration in bitter terms. J3F"The States, the Douglas organ, saya'"lbat it is perfectly well understood among all parties in this city, thai the thirty million bill is a...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 February 1859

Outrage and Lynching Threatened. - Some thirteen negroes ran off together from Hatti county, Missouri, and were pur sued and captured in Kansas, i ne armea Missourians also took Dr. Doy and son, on whose cremises the foeitives were found, and hurried them off to Missouri without process and by force of arms, charging them with havine stolen away tho slaves which cnarge'tney posiuveiy aemea, dm aanm tinsr that they had given them "aid and comiori in me way oi iooa ana sucif their extremitv. Dr. Dov and son were from Rochester, N. Y-, and resided near TW nra Jntellieent, estima- Ma mm. n-firnBarlv settlers in Kansas, and had borne the persecutions and hardships of tho pioneers of the Territory. The kidnapped white citizens were hur ried by night rnarcnes to western Missouri, with the negroes, and the latter were at once shipped to New Orleans and a mar ket Dr. Doy and son were thurst like felons into a cell, and refused even a cup of water. A mob of excited men surrounded the jail and...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 10 February 1859

13 PUBLISHED EVERT THUESDAT, ITiSBntsTOS Stkiit.Tkikd Dooe Sons or Jirrsox MLLERSBURG, OHIO. TERMS OVERSUBSCRIPTION: lEail Subscribers in advance.... Si.50 2.00 Paid within the yesr - U.fter the year expires TOE LA W OF NEWSPAPERS. 2.50 1 Suhferfter. who do not jrive express notice to the tontrtr,r considered Mirishlng to continue their mb- aenptions. e rr .TrhtrrlheT orfflr the dlfconttnnanee of their ua- 'pert, the cohUihcr can continue to eend them until all uaMa ar rMLi(3. 8. If the .nbscrihera Eiglect or refine to take their paper9 from tne omce w waica mej are uuecwi m held responsible till thev settle their hilii, and order ti. .ana, lewir.tiniied. 4. It ear enbscribere remove to another place without Informing the pnMiioer, ana weir paper n pent to the former direction, tuey are held roeponciUe. " 5. The Court hare decided that refusing ta take a new. paper from the omce, or removing ana I earing it un ealledtor, li prima facie eTidence of intentional fraud. TERMS OF ADVERTI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 February 1859

wimbltcatt. ! mi r-- I a (sountD tyi in II liii lyiiv" J. jCaskey,, Miter id Proprietor. Office-Washington Street, Third Boor South of Jackson. Tcrms:-0nc Dollar and Fifty Cents is Adfagcf. MILLERSETJUG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1859. NO. 26, HiJ J. Poetry. THE FATHER IS COMING. Tha dock is on the stroke of sir, . J vTWiatieri, WoxkVd6af,jr-' " Cgwp up'thVteaiii an! mend the fire, And pet tie kettle on i liejjrild pigW" win j is blowing cold, , - ;'Ts th-eary.passing o'er.lbe -wold. He' passing o'er the wold-apace, lieVstronger'than the storm; ' He does not eel the cold, not he', 5 His heart it is so warm; ,Tor' Cither's heart is Btont and troc'( v '.As ever human bosom knew! I 6tajydo not close the shatters, child,. r r. parrfer along 'the lane, ' - jTheiitle-window- laoks, and hd .jEan see it shining plain; i!ri heard him say helorer io mark, ' A The cheerful Sre-Tigh't'throngh the dsrk. C3 .4 - r. -Aad; weirdo all that father likes Sis .Irishes are so few! v?Fc...

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 February 1859

J. CASKEY, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY,: ::::FEB. 17, 1859. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following shoxre the time of departures and arrivals on the u. -t.nn.nJ PWpland: Kuxxixo Nonni. The Expreu leaves Mil- lersbnrjr at 6.20.4. -M., and amves at Cleveland at 10.45. The Accommodation levres Millersburg at 2.35 P. JU., and arrives at Cleveland at 5,UU. "Rvxxisa South Accommodation leaves Cleve- load at 6.00 A. M., and arrives at Millersbnrg atl.&U 1. 41. Expreu leaves Cleveland at 4.00 P. 31., and arrives at Millersbnrg at 8.37. tyThe Expreu train rcmninj? North eon ntcts at Orrnlle with the East and West trains on the P. Ft. W. and O. R. It. JST Al unpaid taxes on Iowa lands are now drawing 25 per cent interest. y William Heimicx, Esq., the man that butt Buess offthe bridge last fall, was at the American House, yesterday. STThe Bill abolishing and prohibiting Slavery in Kansas has passed the Legisla ture of that Territory. It is thought Gov Medary would veto it. jCourt of Common Pleas...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 17 February 1859

Wool on the Sheep's Back. Tho New' 'York Tribune of tbo 12tb, cautions, the .wool growess of thn. West mgainst making sales of fleeces on l be Lacks of their sheep to the wool-bujing agents who are abroad in tbe jand engaging wool at so much perpoundvin adranco of ehear ntr time. It states that there are bands now busy all orer the West in taking the fleeces off the backs ot the sneep. by con tract, for future delivery at present prices, ana aaas; Can any of cur farmer friends mistake, or fail to apprehend, the character of the fcarirain that is offered them for woo! yet on the sheep's back 1 Is it not always taade, on behalf of the dealers in the large cities, upon tbe certainly that tho price will advance before tho coming of tue clip uinir season! It always is. And we be Here that every sale of wool thus made by onr farmers in anticipation of the regular market, has netted tnem a loss,-and the purchasers-a profitrvNumerons are the in stances' wh'ere as high an advance as five cen...

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. — 17 February 1859

Under-Ground Telegraph. On Wednesday, .the Alderman's com jnitteo on streets :of New York city' held Ve;interesling meeting to consider the prac ticability of laying telegraph wires under ground : ' "Mr. T. P. Schaffner's opinion was, that tn .under-ground system generally was impracticable., Ho had been engaged in England and Russia in laying and taking up under-ground wires. In neither coun try were they so successful as to warrant the adoption of the system. He did not believe that the Atlantic Telegraph Cable had ever" worked or ever would work: sub marine wires would work for a shortS tance, but would not work across thVAt-- lantic ocean with the present recording sys tem. The longest in successful operation was between Varna and Balaklava, in Rus sia. He had studied the electric phenom ena. Dry air is the best non-conductor known to electricians. In Berlin, the wires were laid in the sewers, in the same way as proposed here, but experiment proved a failure. Pare gutta percha, ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 February 1859

sonntD --. ... .1 J. Caskey, Editor aid Preprietor. OSce Washington Street, Third Door Sonth of Jackson. Terms:-0nc Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1859. VOL. 3. NO. 27: Interesting Story. ROBBER'S ROOST; —OR,— HAMS' LAST VICTIM. HAMS' LAST VICTIM. BY JOHN B. KENNEDY. It was a sultry afternoon when I crossed "the Mississippi, and negligently traveled on my 'way toward Greenfield. The cool shades which covered the road, and the unaiestic. woodland scencryi whiled away tba lime so pleasantly, that before I was waro of it, the sup was down ana uarsness t was. gently droping.its black veil. ,1. looked about ino and. became alarmed at,lbe density of the forest. The sighing of" the, wind, the rustling of a bush, the hooting of an owl startled me. in mo .thick shades of almost overy tree I imagined a wild beast ready to spring upon me, and :from behind the tree's monstrous trunks, I expected some hideous animal to dash fu riously ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 February 1859

J. CASKET, - - - - Editor. THURSDAY,:::::::::: FEB. 24, 1859. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. The following eh? eUmeorderartnrai mad arrivals on the C. Z. fc C. R. R. atMillers bure and Cleveland: Kr!TO3a XoETn. The Erprtu leaves Mil losbnnr at G.20A. il., and arrives at Cleveland at 10.45. The Accommodation leaves llillersbuTgat 2J5 P. H.t and arnvea at Ulevelaaa at ,uu. Rcir-rcco South Accommodation leaves Cleve- land at 8.00 A. 31., and arrives at Millersburg at 1.50 r. M. ExOTtu leaves Cleveland al 4.00 P. IT., and arrives at ilillergbanr at 8.37. rSTThe Exvrut train running North con- atcts at Ormlle frith the East and West trains an the P. Ft. W. and C. R. R. Court of Common Pleas. In session at Millersburg, adjourned on Saturday last. The following are the most important cases disposed of by it: The State of Ohio against David Corn, Eli Hosteller and Richard Shreere. This was an action to recover money alledged to have been wrongfully paid out of the County Tseasury on the allowance 'o...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 February 1859

One of the Witnesses. There was, a novel incident in the Court Eonm atMUlersburg last week, daring the Om1!of jfc'cSei 'tfbe.coansel was pleading in "boney-tongned eloquence," the jury. trere listening intently and running ,ear- trumpets of their Lands so that not a word should be" iost, and even the -judge bent over bis desk to eaten every drop of me stream of eloquence that was gushing fortn, wbenuudenly tlie-speakerjvasfrozcs who Silence-in' the 'midst' of brilliand period, the whole assembly was startled, and hor rified hv h Innrl' "hr.-i-n-t" lhat echoed so- nnf i. licit? irrnnml, I'lm hall. The sheriff m&A ,m ;W wrath to deroahd'the cause of this' insolent interruption. There, was 'a slight scuffle at the door, and.tb.en asin 'gular couple made their way steadily to the, "sanctum sanctorum" which: ordinary spectalors.aro not allowed.' to profane with their feet . . , . ... - . One of "the intruders was an eccentrical ly, dressed individjial,- witli a rcstless-twin-klo.in" ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 24 February 1859

The Valentine. 8hesaid;tbat she did not believe sbe would et any. ; t Webavo therefore fio doubt that she meant just what sho said; for if there is any Tone thing ecertaiti in Ihis wretched world -ofincertitude, it is that young ladies al ways say just what they mean. This is a fact which lias been noted by all observers, nnd'is founded on a principle of the femalo toiu'd, perfectly known to every philosopher. . If any ill-advised person disputes it, we re- ' fer him to the young ladies themselves. It is barely possible that in the most ' 'tiered secresy of her own heart, the gentle Arabella cherised a little trembling hope that she would get a Valentine; for if there is anything certain in this world, it is that young ladies do not say all that "they mean; which we conceive, docs not the least conflict, with the great truth we have just put forth. T Arabella, we say, may have had some such hope, but assuredly none with refer- 1 ence to.lheChaiks of her untold affections. -It.is tru...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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