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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 6 June 1861

l4 e j::! KS yy 4v M UYW; - '"'' 1 J . i a . - Wit fl in i-r'J:.M . ! -r!-i . J. C1SXEI, Editor and Proprietor. ' ' - j. " i i V. T ' OFFICE Wahing(on Street Third DoorSonlh f Jackson. TERMS -One Dollar and Fiflj Cents in Advance. Voir. & ? L . : AHLLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1861. -1 NO. 42. I llll I I I I L III I V I J n III 1 Z.OB.&. BOLIXG A; DIGUiM, nrrsiciANS surgeons, ,Vr;MILLEKSBURO,0., . tSOSa Ui the room former occupied bj- Dr. Irric. MMk , 18CL ? '- DB.EBKICIIT, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON . : r MILLERSBUBG, O. Ofllca a Jackmra Scmrt, aearlf apposite tie Kaipiro Bwe tBesidenc oa CLay Street.' opposite the rresbjrtenan Uliarcn. '--J. P. AJLBAX, 33 EjCST tist MILLEESBUBQ.O. - A rtincial teeth in . ii- aertcd on Gold Silvnr, Vulcanite Porcelain base. Tci-th Extracted 'Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warran "lcr. " . Office a fcw doors irett of Weston's Saloon or.28186(L-Tl.. .... Of Every Dcucriptiori, COS. OF JACKSON & WASUIGTONSTS. r !'t JinXE...

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. — 6 June 1861

JifpWitan. .t. CASK.EY, - , - - Editor- THURSDAY,::: JUKE 6, 1861 Death of Senator Douglas. It becomes our sad duty tliU week to an nounce die Dounful intelligence thnt Hon. Stohzs A. Douglas, died at his residence in Chicago, at sine o'clock on Monday morning last. Though the news of his death was not unexpected Mr. Douglas' critical condition having bsea known foivseveral days yet the fret caused a deep gloom in this community. SrarHia A. Douglas vac one of cur great men. He possessed one of those pant intellects which, eTen in the warmest political contests, commanded universal respect. Ho statesman of ' the present day was surrounded by so many and such devoted friends as he. His death is a lorn a serious loss to the country. At lhis time of peril, more than any other, was his great intellect ceded in the Federal Senate. But he is no more. The nation will mourn the loss of one so valiant "in war, so mild in peace, so devoted to the Con etitutien and the Union. - Melancholy Suici...

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. — 6 June 1861

Postition of Canada. TIie" Toronto Leader' U the Ministerial orgw of tho Canadian Government, and is supposed'to reflect the opinions and' poli cy f the Provincial authorities.. It insists toatCansda will maintain strict neutrali ty in our unforlnoate civil war. and' that no' recrultinir of troops for the, -North, or Sooth has taken place, or will it be per mitted in the Provinces. It is evident that the sympathies-of- the people of Canada aTeaimly with tbe.free Stales, but inter smlional obligation forbids, any expression of it in the nay of men or means. The Leader says: "If any direct aid were ' given by England to the Southern Confed eracy, that would be iust causo of war. But this is not the case ; and nothing of the kind. will be done." T"We observe that a portion of journals of Upper (Janada,mcluding tne icrotto Xitaa er, express, appehension of war with the United Slates, ard urge immediate prepa- tion to meet such a contingency. oolisn predictions, of maurauding expeditions...

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. — 6 June 1861

[Concluded from first page.] the yearnext preceding the time of making Ench,ttemeBt.-naming-the nirty.or-parties to etcBf arid the amoujt of fine assesci by ID6 UOul MU caul UUHj-AUU Hiavtm uunjuvi of Irecogmzancei forfeited' daring tho same period, and theamonnUsollectedin each case. Sec. 2. The Clerk of the Conrt of Com mon Fleas ineach county shall report to the County Commissioners' on the-'fiht Monday in September, annually, a certified statement of the amount of fines assessed by the Court in criminal cases, during the year nest pre ceding the time of .making such statement, and also. toouht'of fe"esxoUe"cied daring the same period, naming the party or parties to each case, together with the statement of the amount of funds paid by him pursuant to law, into tho County Treasury, naming the source or Bourses from, Which such funds were derived, and he also sballpay over to the uouniy xreasurer, pursuant 10 me intra sec tion of an aot entitled "An act for the dispo sition of uncl...

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. — 27 June 1861

J. CASREY, Editor aid Proprietor. ... - i. . . OFFICE Washingtoa Street, Tklrf Deor South ef Jackson. TERMS One Dollar art Fifty Celts ii Airaiee. A I VOLV5. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTT, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1861. NO. 45. DBS. BOILING & BIG HAM, PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, MILIiERSBURG, O., yOEce la the room formerly occupied by Dr.Inice March. 28, Sfl. DR. EBltlGHT, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MILLERSBUBG, O. Once on Jackson Street, nearly opposite the Empire House. 'XF Residence on Clay Street, opposite tile Fresby tenan CJhurcu. . JT. p. AIi B AX, DENTIST. MILIiERSBTJRG, O- A rlificial teeth in -tic serted'on Gold. Silvrr. Vulcanite cfc f Porcelain base. Teeth Extracted, 'Cleaned or. filled.- Satisfaction warran.- tcd. Office a ftw doors Trcst of' ostonVSaloon. Scv.28,1860.-jl. BEXJA311X COILY, OlilEB IX SSA3)T - EL&33 Will JUS, j1. . Of Krcry Description, COS. OF JACKSON & WASUIGTONSTS.. JIIILLERSBUKU, O. PliAIN & FANCY OF ALL USDS, XEATLY EXECUTED . AT THIS OFFICE...

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 June 1861

J. CASKBY, - - - Editor. THURSDAY, i i i I : : : r. : vJUNE 2Y, 1 86i. CoREEcnos. Wo'stated'week before Niat, that "Mr. Eli HosTETXEE"of German township, a candidate for Sheriff before the recent Demo-creti'Primarr:'Electi6Dr- in this county, had been bro6ghtontfiBjorder.todefcat Mr. WuesK a caniddato for tne same omce. j.ms report jery-crtenajircnlated before threlec" tion aadprelty generally believed. We have since satisfied ourselves, and ire think JIr. Wnsox and his friends ore satisfied too, that hi Wiarge' wasnrorv13urr? Hi xia induced to be acandiJafe th'roneh the earnest solicitation of friends is the eastern and southern portion of our county., They pressed his claims because they thought him deserving, and not out of any hostility to. Mr. Wilson, 'who was theirsecond choice among the candidates named for that office. , JlisoMc Ceiebelatiox. Last Monday being the anniversary of John the Baptist, it was da is celebrated by the the Masonic Fraternity of lulersburg. There were...

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 June 1861

From the Canton Republican. From the Canton Republican. FROM PHILLIPPI. "Honor to to whom Honor is due"—Statement of a Canton Boy. PHILLIPPI, June 5, 1881. , Dxar Eatheh. To day we got a eight at some Eastern papers; Lna were surprised tn learn that other reefmenUTliave received " the.bonors for. tio ftchievemebU of the cal-i Jeat i4inuoio, mi.j, recount tue. part we of thVl'4tb took in tho successful military oratioDs in 'Western Virginia, you can rei&iiyTancy how, painfully the unfairand partial reports effect us. In my last I advised you of our arrival at Parkersburg., Tlie banner of the Toledo Guards, of which I was a member, was the first banner planted on the sou of North Western Virginia by Western troops. ilere we remained over nigut, awaiting me arriTarof the 21sl Ohio Kegiment. As it did not ccme,' however, on Tuesday four companies of ourregiment took the cars and proceeded some 20 miles, where wo found that -the evening previous the bridge had been burned down. This ...

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 June 1861

Guides in Western Virginia. The army correspondent of the Wheel ing'InttUigence'r relates lbefoUu1firiI ling adventures of tyo intreprid Virginia Union men, who acted aa guides to the united estates torces: I learn that a man named Leonard Clark, who is irell Tm.wn ("id, knows the country well) intha surronndinir counties. tendered his services as scout, to the 14th Unio JMgiment, and was accepted. He was an athletic, muscular, determined, and daring young man, and loved nothing bet ter than the perilous adventure upon which he entered. It apears, that accompanied by Myers who is a joung man and a German from Clarksburg they reached .1 T. 1 i a T-vi -1 1 n . me ueiguuoruooa-oi xrniiuppi on me Sat urday previous to the attack. They-passed the outside pickets without being- observed, and were getting along very successfully in pickink up useful in formation which they found "lying about loose." Hut boldness getting the better of discretion, they approached too near tne town, ana sudde...

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. — 4 July 1861

tif-v4 - - . . - . . . - - - , i . - n, ii Migf J. CASKET, Editor mi Proprietor. OFFICE Washiagtoa Street, Third Doer Seth of Jackson. TERM--One Dollar and Fifty Cents in AdFanee VOL. 5. MJLLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1861, JNO. 46. DRS. BOIilNG Sc. BIGHABtj PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, MILLERSBURG, O., tr Office I& the room former! j- occupied bj Dr.lrrlne. II arch 28, EC1. BR. EBUIGHT, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MILLERSBURG. O. Oflscc on Jackson Street, nearly opposite the " Umpire House. ESfllesidence on Clay Street, opposite the rresoyterian unnrcli. J. P. AJLBA2V, DENTIST MILLERSBUHa, O. A rtificial teeth in sertcdon Gold Silvnr. Vulcanite fc ! Porcelain base. Teeth Extracted 'Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warran ted Office a few doors west of Weston's Saloon Kcr.28.18G0.-yl, BEXJA31W CO HIV, DEALER XX Of tverr Description, COR. OF JACKSON & WASU1QTONSTS. ailLLEHSKUIIG, o. PliAIJV & FA1VCY OF ILL USDS, XEATXT EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE. CASKEY & I...

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. — 4 July 1861

j. CASKET j - - - MAltem THURSDAY,: ::JtJLYi,llBtjl. Uf-CoBgresa mtels today; It has ' .keen summoned by President Liacotx to devise ways and means to put down rebellion in our land, and itsdoiBswill be anxiously looked for by the people. TVehear already of another attempt to be made -dimmed lately -on- its 'organization to indirectly aid the traitors, by insisting on a Inmiliatisg peace, or embarrassing the Admin istration in its efforts to prosecute a successful .war. ilr. Ceittetdex threatens us with a re Bewal of his compromise proposition, which jnt all Tery well in its.dayibut that day has gone past, dot will it return until the Amen- t an flag floats from Fort Sumpter, and the Un ion is recognized in Texas and Carolin; There will be men in the North eager to join r in this work. We have traitors among us who hare been apathetic and silent in this time of enthusiasm who are beginning to murmur for peace already, and who only desire the oppor tunity to shout treason as defiantl...

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. — 4 July 1861

Senster Danglas' Last Hours t iAFalwat eleVes o.clock on SHBdaytBoW- isft 'Bwkop Duggen otlled at the rajuest of ftiwdeOo conversa with Mr. Douglas, wko'wilhen, for the first time, petfecllj; Htlio&al. Mr. Douglas'immediateljjcog Mnct:tbe'Bubop and expressed bia gralifi-l catioa for the visit, isisuop Uugges soon dc'ed'him: .VV"5: Douglas have yon ever," .Beea tap- tued accoraicg 10 mo rites ot any ucurca I Mr. Douglas replied: "-Never: , The Bishop continued "Do Ton wish ib&vp.mass said after the ordinances ' of the holy Catholic Church !" The answer wBr ,SwNo sir" when. I do' I will communicate with you. freelv." l-The:Bishop then turned to Mr. Rhodes asd snid: - "Do "you think he is fully possessed of meniai -acuities: Jit. 'Rhodes replied" 'I don't know per bans vou had belter ask him asrain. "The Bishop repeated his question, to which Mr. Douglas replied to, in a strong full, clear voice: "You perhaps did not understand me. When I desire it I will converse with you free...

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. — 4 July 1861

No 79. AN ACT. To provide for. leasing th Public W&rlw tWSUte, ' ' i i jBeftt enacted by the General Assembly of the Slate of Ohio, ss follows: SechcxI. That the governor, auditor aad treasurer of State be and they are hereby au thorized andTeqcired-fia tereiiaftef jrorided, to lease, for the term of ten years, from the day of approval of the bond herein required, the public works of the state, consisting of the Mi ama and Erie canal, Ohio canal. Walhonding canal, Hocking canal, Sandy and Beaver canal, Muskingura'lmprdvementmd Western Reserve and Haumce road, and all the side-cuts.feeders, reservoirs, lock-houses, collector's officcs,treigh locks and leases of surplus water connected with the same appertaining thereto, and owned by the state, for the" purpose of being used connection therewith, with the right to have ad ditional surplus water; and all moneys derived from the leasing oi said public works shall paid into the treasury of the state. Sec- 2. Immediately after the pas...

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. — 11 July 1861

im Mint Irtttljtefitt; eouniD J. CASKEY, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, TkM Door Si of Jackson. t TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance; VOL5. MILLERSBURG, HOLMES COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1861. NO. 47. BOIiUYG Ac BIGHAM, P3TSICIANS & SURGEONS, MILLERSBURG.O., (ytWa iu the room formerly occupied Dr. Irvine. XncbS, 8C1. DR. EBttlGHT, fcjtYSICIAN & SURGEON, MILLERSBURG.O. - Jckoa Street, nearly opposite the Empire House. ty Residence on Clay Street, opposite the rTesoyterian Uburch. J. P. AJLBAN, o. A rlificiallceth in xjl sertcdou Gold. Silvn Yulcanite fc "Porcelain base. Teeth Extract ed, Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warran- tcd. Office a few doors webt of YToslon's Saloon. Ifov.28,1860.-jl. BEXJAJII. CO HIV, SIJLLIX Of livery Description, COR. OF JACKSON A WASHIOTONSTS.. BHLLEBSBURG, O,. PIiAIN & FANCY OF ALL USDS, XEATLT EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE. CASKEY & INGLES, DEALEHS IX BOOKS & STATIONERY, Millers'biirs:, Ohio. TO THE PUBLIC...

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. — 11 July 1861

S. CAS KEY, Editor. THURSDAY,::::::::::JULY 11, 16gj President's Message. " The Message of President Uscolx -will be fonnd on the onteide of lo-daj's paper. Its manly and-patiiotic tonetriil be unit crbally ad raircd, and it will felly meei tie higli expecfa tions which Ihe puldie hzd been Ui to form from the rigorous policy which lias, pp to this time, been pursued by the present Administration.- There will bo bo, Jeare in future of a retrograde step, no dead of a dissolution of the Confederacy while men and money can be found to support it no apprehension of a com promise which is not based upon the complete re-establishment of the integrity of the Union. Events have clearly shown that the great body of the American people are true to their repub lican Government, and determined to enthusi astically sustain it, and they now have the au thentic and unmistakable assurance that the Government will, in every legitimate mode, as sist and direct their efforts until the Rebellion is comp...

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. — 11 July 1861

Interesting News from Washington. f: nr .;" Wx8HiKOToir.' Julv 5. It is certain that.after the discharge of the three months men there will .still be an avails Meforca of volunteers amounting to, 188 000,1 which added to the regular army, will constitute a total force of 230,000 of ficers and men. It will ba for Congress to determine whether the army shall at this time be increased bj tbo addition of a still larcer volunteer force. The probable total amount required for toe army auaea to the appropriation made for tue jear, ending with June 30th, I860, for the forco now in the field, or which has' been ' accepted or will be in servico mtLin;jb'o next twenty days, is 135.300, 000. ; Tlie estimates for the navy are al so'large. but exact figures are not vet eX' LibTied: .Notwithstanding (he very many persons in,lhe:slreeb yesterday, the order was ex cellent. The review of iho eightceu or twenty IXew York regiments was the grand feature" of the day. A tastefully arranged pavillion .was...

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. — 11 July 1861

The War Made Understandable. As war and war materials are now en ' grosaiog.pnblic attention to the exclusion of both politics and bnsiaess, some infor mation relative to new.Urras occnrring'so frequently in connection with these subjects, will be interesting to. those who see them Used without fally understanding them.. All -the ordnance for the United States service is made at private foundries, and . .1 . -i ir anerwaras inspected ana proven oj oiucers of the ordnance detailed for that purpose. The foundries where most of our. cannon are cast aro the following: The West Point Foundry, near Cold Spring, "S. Y.f Fort .Pitt, near Pittsburg; Tredegar, near lucnmond, Va,; Algers, near Boston, and the Ames Foundry, near Chicopee, Mass. The first two furnish the bronze cannon, and the others the iron. Ey the term ar tillery, Is meant all firearms of a large caliber, together with the machines and implements used with them. In tco Uni ted States service the artillery corps is in trusted ...

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. — 25 July 1861

J; CASKfiff Eiiter aitf Proprietor. OFFICE Washington Street, Third DporSonth of Jackson. TERMS One Dollar and Fifty Cents in Advance, fir it K MILLERSBUE.G, HOLMES COUNTY, QHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1861. NO. 49. : IRS..BOIjI2?C Sc BIG HAM j PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS MILXiERSBURG, O., Office h, the room formerly occupied bj Dr.Irriue. - VanbSS.ECl.. DR. EBKIOHT, PHYSICIAN" & SITEGEON :6 MILLERSBTJRG. O. OMccan Jackson Street, nearly-apposite the .empire aionse. jylicgidence on Clay Street, opposite the .Presbyterian Church. J. P. ALiBAJV, I) EH T I S T o. A, 1' hihciil teeth in sorted on Gold Silvia-. Vulcanite f Porcelain base. Teeth Extruded 'Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warran ted. Office a few doors west of Weston's Saloon, Hcv.23,18G0.-yl. BENJAMIN COH2V, SULIB 13 5T, Of Every Description, .GORl , OF JACKSON & WA8HIQT0NST8. .rkasr MiiJLEiiSBtJttG, 6. - r PIi AW fc FANCY OF ALL USDS, XEATLT XXECCTED .ET THIS 03PJPTaE!." CASHEV A; IiVCIiES, EEALEES CI BOOKS' & STATI...

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. — 25 July 1861

J. CASKET, - i, - Etfitmr. THURSDAY,: JULY 25, 1861. A bECESsroxiar a Teocblb. The Medina ffflBBtatetttatfisecesrionist-was in Medina last Friday, a man by the name of Briggas,-wbo .came near meeting an ignominious death. He was given thirty minutes to leave the town.and' he.left in.a hurry. ., Oce Aiarr. Every day increases the streneth bT the army of the United States, and adds to the moral power of the cause in which that ar- . my is engaged. Invincible in the logic of events, and, in-tlic rigHlcousnexsof their doc trines, tiejriendg of the Government, in and pnt-of the army,. are determined to save the greatest nation from. overthrow, and to defeat the most atrocioua.traitors the world has ever linovm. difficulty about the Kansas United fitatcs'Senatorship has been adjusted by the understanding that Laxb will not be disturbed in .the.-possession' of his seat fur the present. At the close of the extra session he will join his brigade. "Senator Pomtoy's bill for the suppression .o...

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. — 25 July 1861

[Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] [Special Dispatch to the Chicago Tribune.] The War in Missouri. HANNIBAL, Mo., July 12, 1861. Three companies of the Guards, Whfcn started from here yesterday ,-ifaing,to relieve Col. Smitl hay eletntn- d, aad bring the louowmg: 'The. railroad is "unobstructed, between Hannibal nd Monroe ;',tio bridges' burned r, otherwise damaged. On Arriving at jioaroe, weccneciea a junction witu Uol ;Saitbi"whowa'cneaeed.entrenchiniir him ;ielf;atp'the. Beminarv buildiW near that u'iSSra - ,ieue's, ooout., .izuu strong, twef.'gfonped around over the prairie, out oi reacn ot Mnitn s nflss. They had two 'pieces of artillery, six. pounders, which "they- soon' brought lolear upon us, bat rite distance was so great that their talis were, almost spent pefore reaching their -aim. uoj. omito. oraerea ins men to con- 'trane 'the' work on fortifications and to Oyatcb the flash of the enemy's guns, which ell did, falling into ditches till the shot passed, when all ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Holmes County Republican. — 25 July 1861

TO A DRUNKEN HUSBAND. j MyJinslandi-tivas for thccl left; fv,.- My otth dear happy home;, :For thee "I left my cottage bowers. With thee ib joy to roam; And where are-all the holy vows, The truth, the love, the trust, That won mj heart? -all scattered now, Arid trampled in the dust. I loved thee with a love ontold, AndwhenI stood beside Thy noblo form, I joyed to think -Lf-iraa thy chosen bnde.r -v. 1 "They told me, ere" I was thine own. How sad my lot would be; I thought not of the future, then I only thought of thee. n1 I left my home, my happy home, A Bunny-heartei thing. Forgetting that my happiness A shaddowing cloud might bring. Thepunny side pf life is gone,, 7 - 5 It shaddows only mine, And thorns are springing in my heart -r , Where blossoms used twine. . - "- I do not blame thee for my lot, I only pray for thee, That thou may'st from the tempter's power (U, joyiut tnoughllj be iree; That thou may'st bend above my grave In penitence sincere, Andfor'abroTten-heartccdono Let ...

Publication Title: Holmes County Republican
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