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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 7 April 1871

Poetry GOD BLESS THE FARM. . . . . Con blew the term the dear old farm f - l God blew It every rood. Where willing hearts and sturdy inn Can earn an honest livelihood I Can from tbe coarse and fertile soil Win back a recompense fur toil. God bless tbe meadow. Held and nook. Be primmed with fairest flowers. And erry leaf that's gently shook Br erening breeze or summer showers; God bless them all I each leafs a gem In Nature's gorgeous diadem. . Tbe orchard that m early spring Blush rich with fragrant Sowers. And with each autumn surely brings Their wealth of fruit in golden showers; like pomegranateson Aaron's rod, A miracle from Natures God. And may He bless tbe farmer's home. Where peace and plenty reign I So happier spot 'neath heaven's high dome Doth this broad, beauteous earth contain, Than where, secure from earth and strife, Tbe fanner leads his peaceful life. n re red by toil and tricks for gain. He turns the fertile mold; Then scatters on the golden grain, And reaps reward a...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 7 April 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. JOSEPH A. KEIXT, BBITOB ASS PBOPk'BTOB. Jl'CONKSLSYILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, . , . April T, ISTt. Prohibition STATE TICKET. TOR COTERHOR, GIDEON T. STEWART, of Huron. FOR I.IECT. dbVERKOR, P. M. WEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOR BOARD OF FCBL1C WORKS, L. B. SILVER, of Columbiana. FOR SCrKKMK JtriKSft, SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. F-IR TREASURER, THOMAS EVANS, Jr., or Delaware. FOR ATTORXBT C EX KRAI, J, W. 8TINCHCOMB, of Hocking. FOR STATE COMMISSIONER OF CO. 8CBOOL5, DR. SOLOMON HOWARD, or Athens FOB CLERK OF SCPRKXE COURT. ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOR AUDITOR OF STATE, W. B. CHADWIOK. of Franklin. Platform of the National Prohibition Party. Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r. 2, 1869. TTbkbsa, Protection and allegiance are reciprocal duties, and every citizen who yields obedience to the just com mands of his government is entitled to the full, complete and perfect pro tection of that government in the en joyment of personal security, person al liberty, and private p...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 7 April 1871

THE INDEPENDENT; M'CONNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, ..... April , I8T1. TERMS THIS PAPEE . SINGLE 8UBSCRIPTI01C. t)ne cop7,ne rear, nhen . not paid In advance, . tone ceprv but Tear, castl ta advance, $1.5 TO CLUB8. . To a Clnb or ten, one dol lar and thirty-five cents each. $J3.5 To a Ctofi or fifteen, one ' dollar and tvtenty-five cents eacii, $18.75 k- ALL i)ELINQUEJTT8 will be harped up, in all cases, at the rata of Two Dollars a year. Public Meetlne. . There will be a public meeting silt Lodpe Room of (he Order of Good Tsinplars of llcUonnelsvilie, on this, rnday eve ning. April 7th. Everybodv it invis ted. Good speakers will be in attendance. lVftlri? I I would hereby in A IVJLJ form my many patrons that those wishing work done this Spring should call without delay, as 1 nuroose startina? East bv the 20th in stant to be gone three months. Those haVihg unsettled accounts will do me a favor by calling- at once to adjust them. DR. W. IS. H AttBLTO.N. April 8th, 1ST 1. Agricultural ISotlce....

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 7 April 1871

MR. FITZ-HUMES' EXPERIMENT. Mb. AuQrBTra Fitz-Huites sat In his luxurious bachelor establishment on B street, and Dondered deeply. The iabject of his cogitations was a wife, or, rather, how to ret one. There were enough youne ladies who would be glad to bless meir locfcy siars ior me privilege ui c coming mistress of his home, as he well knew: but be also felt tolerably well as Tired the home was all they cared for. For the fortune thev would wed its owner " Deuce take the money r ne exclaimed. ' t rinh rn never had a cent, and then but botheration ! then I should nave been - . WVi. J.U too poor to marry, any way. W ny couldn t 1 nave . just weal in enougn ior an my wants, and nothing more? Til foil them, though, the mean adventuresses !" A furious pull of the bell-cord brought ua housekeeper to the room in a hurry. " Pack ud your traps, Mrs. Ashfield' he exclaimed, abruptly; " for I am going to close the house." It was rodent he had come to some con elusion. "Shut the house, Mr. Fi...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 14 April 1871

Poetry. Poetry. THE MESSENGER. BY ELLA WHEELER. 6h rose op in the earlr am And white nod silently she moved About tbe house : Kour men bad pone To battle for tbe land tbejr loved; And she, the mother and the wife, Wai'ed for tidings from the strife. How still the house Memed; and ber tread Bounded like footsteps of the dead. The ion? day passed. The dark night came. 8 be had not sal a f- Bome voice spoke suddenly her name. How load it sounded, in that place Where day on day no ound was heard But her own footsteps. - Bring yon word," 8 be cried, to whom she could not see "Word from the battle-plain to met" A soldier entered at the door. And stood within the dim firelight. "I briny yon lid in its of the four," He said, "who left yon for the fight. "God bless you, friend!" she cried, "speak on) For I can bear it. One is gone?" "Ay I one is gone 1" he said. Which one f "Dear lady he, your eldest son." A deathly palor shot across Her withered face t she did not weep. P-h said, 44 It is a...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 14 April 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. lostra a isixT, iDiToa asd raor-Rtrroa. tt'CONflSLsViLUe, OHIO : FRIDAY, . , . April 14,ISTI. Prohibition STATE TICKET. ro ftoneixoK GtDEOX t. STEWART, of Euro. FOB t.ltCT. OeVKBXOB, ' P. M. WEDDXtt, of Montgomery, pea boa (ft (if ruai.ic okcs, L. B. SILVER, of Columbian fob wtrv jrnoK, SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. F" mtmct, THOMAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware. FOB ATTOBXKT ftESKBAL, .1. W. STINCIICOMB. of Hock in. ro ktatc coswissianeb of cox. strooU, DR. SOLOMON HOWARD, of A then. FOB CLIRr "F IUPRKMB DOCBT. AKZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOB AUDITOR OF TTF, TV. B.CHADWJCK.of FranVlin. Platform of the National Prohibition Party. Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r. 2, 1869. TTkercar, Protection an J allegiance ar reciprocal duties, and' every citiaen - who yields obodienco to tbojntt com mands cf hia government is entitled to the full, complete and perfect pro- . tection of that government in the en- joymentof personal security, person' 1 libertr. and private pronert...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 14 April 1871

INDEPENDENT. - . . . ,r. M'CONHELSVILLS : frpibilr..J.i .. April 14, tSTl. THE mis aPEB Dae copy, jedf nt paid la advance; , . Dtae cepj, oe rear, cash , iC in advance, $1.50 . TO CLUBS. . To a clnVaftej alal ia,: aad thlrtr-nve cents . , . ack. lSJJ Ta a Clofc af fifteen, one allar aad tvVelitvv cents each, $I8.T5 . I6T- ItL bEtiKaukllrT8 will be charged up. in all cases, at the rat of Two Italian a yeajr,. NOTICE I . I would hereby in' . form my many patrons that those wishing work done this Spring should call without delay, as purpose starting .East by the 20th in stant to be gone three months. Those caring unsettled accounts will do me a faror by calling at onee to adjust them. DR. W. N. HAMBLETOS. April 8th, 1871. Agricultural Kollc& The Board of Directors of the Mor gan County. Agricultural Society are hereby notified to meet at the Mayor's Office, in llcConnelsville, on MO.tt AT, APRIL. IT, 1ST1, at ten. o'clock, A. Jf., for the transac tion of important business pertaini...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 14 April 1871

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. A. Talk of Misery -Th cocktalL t Thk Path op Duty A policeman's beat. " A Spom always IK Season Fortune iunting. " t . The Magic Mirbob A beautiful face lit up with sniiles. A Goon Staxd fob a Keuimbnt to . Take A stand of colors. Tab best recipe for a clear complexion A clear conscience. Thk Best Marriage Gift A policy .in the Mutual Life, of Chicago. - Adding Insult to Injury Trusting a . man, and then asking him to pay yon. ' Evert member of the Washington Life Insurance Company is interested in its success. SUGOESTIOIT FOB HORTJCTXTrRISTS The easiest way -to make a hot bed is to set the mattress on fire. Thkre is many a man whose tongue might govern multitudes if he could only govern his tongue. A coroner's jury in Dodge County, Wis., lately returned the verdict of "death from hanging around a tavern." The number of in-door paupers in Lon 'don, at last accounts, was S6,ii88 ; out-door paupers, 125,390; total, 1G2.S78. At Chicago it is fashionable to say, " H...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 21 April 1871

Poetry. ADONIRAM PODGE. ADomux Pesos waa lank and lean Aa a withered np stalk of com; And his face was aa solemn as ever was seen Since the daye when Adam tu bom. fie ll-.Td on a farm on the edge of town. And he managed to keep on his legs St hoarding nn rmm a --i i. j m Mill NUUU( M nvnii when he sold hla batter and eggs. El nose was as lone as a pleos of chalk, And Ma eyes were little and rrav: And he hacked, when he opened his month to talk, TTf"a iwiicnea m an iwmra way. sua voice was sharp as a steel-eDrinff tran. And his head was mlnna of hair; nt he covered it up with an old for cap That his grandfather need to wear. Adonlram Podge got a liberal price For the truck that be took to town : The top of his measure was always nice, Bnt fthahhtar AMnr4nn' And his wood was straight on the top of his load, L 1 1 1 1 1 ! I auu Giuum m gnarjca oeiow ; Bnt the heavier part, on a ratty road. Will always shake down, yon know. . Adonlram's Bib was worn and old i From the nsage that It had ...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 21 April 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. JOSEPH A KELLY, KD'ITO ASB PBOPEIETOB. al'CONtf 3LSV1LLE, OHIO : Friday, . , . Apttt 21, isn Prohibition STATE TICKET. ron covkrnor, GIDEON T. STEWAK'f, of Huron. FO I'.TfilT. GOVERNOR, T. M. "WEDDELL, of Montgomery. VOR BOARD OP Pl'lH.lC WORKS, L. U. SILVER, of Columbiana. FOR EVPRKMR Jl'DCG, asAlffJEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahog. FOR TREASURER, THD1IAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware. FOR ATTORXKV CEX'ERAt, J. V. STlSCiICOJIB, of Hocking. TOR STATE COMMI.IUiK to. SCHOOLS, DK. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens. FOR II.KRK or ?tPRKJIR COURT. ARZA. ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOR AT1IITOR OF STATR, W. B. CHAD WICK, of Franklin. Platform of the National Prohibition Party. at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r. Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r. 2, 1869. "Whereas, Protection and allegiance ore reciprocal duties, and every citizen who yields obedience to the just com mands of his government is entitled to the full, complete and perfect pro tection of that government in the en joyment of personal...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 21 April 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. M'CONNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, April 21, IST1. T E JEl M S THIS APER. SIXGLE SUBSCRIPTION. One cop j-. one year, wlien ... -not paid In advance, $2.00 One copy, one year, cash In adianre, $1.50 TO CLUBS. Ts a Clnb or ten, one dol lar and tblrty-uve cents . each. ; . , - $13.60 To a Club f fifteen, one dollar, and ttrent y-flve cents each, $IS.T3 ALL DELINQUENTS -111 be charged up, in all cases, it the rate of I wo Dollars a year. A CIRCUS on the 28th. Tee Odd Follows are expecting a grand time next edenesday Eeceited Harper's Monthlr, Go dey'B Lady's Bock, unci Lady's friend for May. Remember Ee. L. McG aire's lccturo in the Good Templar's Hall, 01 thi3 place, this evening. Mono ax Cocstt Lodge, Xo. 6," I.' -O, G. T meets in the Hall of Malta Lodge, Malta, Ohio, Friday, April 2Sth, IS; 1 Kotice James .Riley's card in an other column. lie is a good work man, and deserves a liberal patron- age. The Rev. Mr. Wakefield, of Har mar, will preach in the Jroshytcr- lan (jburch ba...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 21 April 1871

ELISE'S VANITY. A GERMAN LEGEND. Thk vanity of the fair eex, it is (said, is of the same ace as the sex itself. A cleTer writer, in defending this trait of the feminine character, has said that it constitutes its greatest charm ; that -without it the sex would lose half its attrac tion ; and in support of this theory there is the old quaint story of a German maiden a story which is so tender and pretty that it is worth rescuing from the forgotten legends of the Fatherland: A maiden lived on the banks of the Rhine with her iather, the miller. Now the maiden, whose name was Elise, was not pretty, and she was cross and fretful, for she grieved for her own lack of beauty, and thought that none would ever care for her on account of the few graces Nature had given to her; so she did not even try to please, and yet her heart was very large and very kindly. She spent half her time in front of her looking-glass, lamenting her plainness and thinking how impossible it was that Carl would ever ...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 28 April 1871

Poetry. Poetry. PROVERB-POEM. "Those who seek to please everybody please nobody." happened, once npon a time, A man, whose age was forty-nine, AH of a sadden, thonirht his life Would be more cheerful with a wife. Bo he beran to "look around" To see what maiden could be found Worthy to share hie home and heart. And faithful prove till life depart. But finding (ire that pleased his Byes, Ee thoueht, " Now each would be a prise; Til conn them both, one at a time; Whichever ' best, she shall be mine." I should have mentioned, by the war. The man already was qnite gray; And for the ladies, one was young, And fair as poet ever song. The other, old and soar and thin; Bat what of thatt She had the 14 tta." to each he sou? at with eqnal zest. Till time should settle which was best. It happened that the elder maid Of one thing found herself afraid : Ber mirror told her that she seemed lder than he she so esteemed. And, bating formed a novel plaev She went to work npon the man: V hene'er be ca...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 28 April 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. JOSEPH A. KELLY, EDITOR ASD PROPRIETOR, M'CONSLSVILLB, OHIO : " FRIDAY, . . . April 28,18Tl. Prohibition STATE TICKET. FOR COVKRNOR. GIDEON T. STEWART, of Huron. FOR I.TKCT. GOVERNOR, P. M. WEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOR BOARD OF FCBMC VORKB, L. L. SILVER, of Columbian. FOR BUFRKM JCDRB, IAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. FOR TRRABURGB, TH0MA8 EVAXS, Jr., of Delaware. FOR ATTORXKY OF.XRRAL, J. W. STIXCHCOMB, of Hocking. FOR 6TATB COVMtSSIflSER OF CO. SCHOOLS DR. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens FOR CI.RRK OF 8UPRKME COURT. ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOR ArniTOR fF STATS, W. B. CU ADWICK, of Franklin. Platform of the National Prohibition Party. Party. Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r. 2, 1869. tVnBRBAR, .Protection and allegiance are reciprocal duties, and every citisen who yields obedience to the just com mands or his government la entitled to the full, complete and perfect pro tection of that government in the en joyment of personal security, person al liberty, and privat...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 28 April 1871

THE INDEPENDENT M CONJiELSVlLtl : sFRIDAY, April 18T1 1 TERMS or iHlS PAPER . snroliis Subscription. bike Jbotoy; n year, when not bald In attrance, $2.00 "tone copy, onfe year, casta in adlailbe, , .... Slo , TO CLUBS; ... To a Clno of ten, one dol lar and thirty H cent. . . eacb. . .... .... . iS;50 To a Clab of filtecn, one WWKiaa wui II V . J . . . . . cents eacb; fclS.TS e ALL iELtNOUENT8 fchl le charged tip, ih. ail cases, at the rate of Two Dollars ajrear. , ... Noehango iH tile Home JlatkeU 1 TT7- faince oar last lsstie. Thx contrabt, for the ensuiiig year, xor itgniing uc street jjamps of HcConnoIsrille is tp be let by the louncu to-night. Tdi Steamer Siren started An an. ether tradiDg excursion down tho Ohio this morning. G. li. Devol caught a mammoth teat fish tester day hi a set-net be low McCohnel'B mill. It weighed Sixtj-nve pounds. Fhxd. W. Uotiks, of this place, was "admitted tb practice by the l)islrict Court, in seMto'H at Pome roy, en tta iitn: Ttwv T P UrT,AK wil...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 28 April 1871

OUR BOY. tiiuui una naa eleven years expen ence or life, and has been allowed to aevelOD acecrdiriB tn VBtnn ima crood dame ia nairl in be bountiful in her law of compensation, and will probably bring to our boy some great gooa later in lire, to balance tbe number leas ills to which all bov-flesh is heir. have adhered to the theory, that much government of youngsters is hurtful, un less they hannen to come of a bad stock. and I have been content to lay no other burden upon Willie tnan the prohibition ot lying, winch law is understood to be in flexible and eternal. Oi course I am obliged to expostulate, ever and anon, as some new and startling development of boy-nature is manifested, but I have never had to inflict punishment, and do not often administer reproof. I paid him fifty cents in silver, some years ago, for his promise "not to shoot off matcnes in the house," and I keep my powder-horn locked up. I think he groans inwardly, under the sense of disability he uuugm wim inai nau ...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 5 May 1871

Poetry. "WORDS AND THEIR USES." BY A MYSTIFIED QUAKER. BY A MYSTIFIED QUAKER. NEW YORK. 4th Month, 10th, '71. RnFECTXD Wipe: From these lines my where- mwuve mee u learn 4 impan w nice mj n. 1 1 n ur nit tti U : uc laugnagc 01 rnie peupie is a nuuie unto me, -And words, with them, are figment of a reckless Tor instance ; as I left the cars, an Imp with smutty iace. Said " Shine !" " Kay I'll not shine," I said, " ex cept with inward crace !" Is ' inward grace ' a liquid or a paste?" asked uus youns'inrK; "Hi Daddy! What w 'inward gracer now does the old thing work;" FrieDd, said I to a Jehu, whose breath suggested pin, Can thee convey me straightway to a reputable Inn?" Ills answer's gross irrelevance I shall not soon forget Instead of simply yea or nay, he gruffly said uTos oet; "Nay, nay, I shall not bet," said I, "for that would oe a sin Why don't thee au&wer plainly: Can thee take me to an inn? . - Thy vehicle fe doubtless meant to carry folk about in inenwpy prevarlcatsT Sa...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 5 May 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. IOSKPH .. KELLY, SDrTOK ASD FBOFKtETOB. 1TCONWEL8VILLJE, OHIO : FRIDAY, . . May S, IST1. Prohibition STATE TJCICET FOR OOVRRKOR, GIDEON T. STEWART, of Huron. FOR t.TECT. GOVERNOR, I. il. WEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, L. B. SILVER, of Columbiana. FOR EPPRKMK JCIMIB, iAMCEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. FOR TREASURER, THOMAS EVAXS, Jr., of Delaware. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, J. W. STIXCIICOMB, of Hocking. m STATE COMVISSIONER OF COV. SCHOOLS, DR. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens FOR CI.F.RK OF srpRRJIE TOCRT. ARXA. ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOR ACDITOR OF BTATR, W. B. CHAD WICK, of Franklin. Platform of the National Prohibition Party. Adopted at the Chicago Convention Sept'r. Adopted at the Chicago Convention Sept'r. 2, 1869. WnEREAs, Protection and allegiance are reciprocal duties, and cverv citizen who yields obedience to the just com mands or bis covernment is entitled to the full, complete and perfect pro tection of that government in the en joyment of personal secu...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 5 May 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. M'COXNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, May 5, IS71. TERMS IH1SPAPEB. SINGLE SUBSCliilTION. One copy, one year, ithen . not paid in advance, $2.00 One copy, one year, casli ill advance, . , $1.50 TO CLUBS. Tb a Clnb or ten, one dol lar and Inlrty-flve cent . , each. $13.50 To a Club of fit teen, one dollar and twenty five cent? eatht . $IS.TO S&- ALL DELINQUENTS will be charged np, in all cases, at the rate of Two Dollars a year. Agricultural Notice. The Board Of Directors of the Morgan County Agricultural Soci cty will moot at the Mayor's Office, in Aicuonncmviiic, en MONDAY, May lath, 1371, fat ten o'clock, A. M for the pur pose of revising the Premium List and the transaction of such other business as may come beforo the Jjoard. A full and prompt attend ance :s acsirea. By order of the Board. JOHN S. ADAIR, Sec'y. May 5th, 1871.—2w. XOTiCB.New advertisement" Adams Si Kahlcr'p, and L. Harter'e, Hichabd Bilbt caught a mud bat-fish just below liokoby, on last lucsday, that wei...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 5 May 1871

How Life in Mars Goes On. In the case of the planet liars, and in the case of the planet Mars -alone, oar astronomers have really established the existence of a similarity of physical con dition, which gives us the strongest posi tive grounds for inferring that even such creatures as we now are could somehow make shift to live there, though, of course, not without a certain amount of preli minary discomfort while we were trying to acclimatize ourselves. Mr. Proctor's graphic account f these similarities, and his delightful chart of the planet's conti nents and waters, suggests to ub to discuss one or two of the known differences of condition, in their relation to the probable results upon the history and civilization of the Martialists. First, let us briefly say that the Mar tialista have a world less in area than one of our hemispheres to explore ; that, in spite of this, it has not much less land than the earth, a much less proportion of its surface being occupied with water than ...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
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