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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 29 September 1871

Poetry. MY BIRTHDAY. BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. Bsbith the moonlight and the snow Li dead my lata-t year; s.o- . The winter wind arc wailing low i t: It dirge In my ear. . I grieve not with the moaning wind , . As if a loss befell; . .Before me, even as behind. . God ia, acd all ta well 1 Els light ahlnec on me tram above. His low voice speaks -within The patience of immortal love Gui wearying mortal sin. Sot mindless of the growing Tears Of care and loss and pain. My eyes are wet with thanLrol tears ( For blessings which remain. , XT dim the irold of has growing years I will not count it droee, Kor turn from treasures stfl my own . To sigh for lack and loss. The years no charm from Nature take; As sweet her rule s call, As beautiful her mornings break, As fair her evenings Lore watches o'er my quiet ways. Kino voices speak my name. And lips that find it hard to praise Are slow, at least to blame, How softly ebb the tides of will 1 How fields, once lost or won. Now lie behind me green and...

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. — 29 September 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. M'CONNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, Sept. 99, tsn. Prohibition STATE TICKET. FOB GOVEBSOR, GIDEON T. STEWART, of Huron. FOR LIEUT. GOTERKOR, r. M. WEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOR BOARD OF PCBLIC WORKS, L. B. 5ILVES, of Columbiana. FOR 8UPRBMIC ACDCK. SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. FOR TREASURER, THOMA8 EVAX8, Jr., of Delaware. FOR ATTORIf ET OEXERAf., 3. W. STINCHCOMB, of Hocking FAR STATE OOWlf ISn IW rM cnnni a DB, SOLOMON HO" WARD, of Athens! FOR CLERK OF BUPRRMR COURT, ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOR AUDITOR OF 6TATB, W. B, GUADWICK, of Franklin. rranlblUon Senatorial Tick et-14(b District. For Senator, "W1LLIAU PKNBOSE, of Washington County. Morgan Coanty Prohibition Ticket. For Representative, DAVID MUMMEY. For Auditor, WHOM AS HAMMOND. For Clerk of the Court, A M. E 8 A . NEELST , For Sheriff, fiMSS D. M ARI5. For Commissioner, ROBERT LCTTOU, For Infirmary Director. H . P. D B ARBOBN . For Coroner, WILLIAM CUPPY. THE Washington, Athens, and Meigs Comity Tickets are left out of...

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. — 29 September 1871

BeCISJIELL, EXERSQJ k HARRIS. REMOVAL ! , IBM I WIS Eavs rmoved their DEY GOODS STOCK to orier of !3Nain A ThiH Sts., Joseph Black's Building. As the publis las to kisdij favored ns with a liberal patronage, w hare endeav ored to mtrit a eontinunsss of the same by renting one of the HANDSOMEST AND BEST LIGHTED STORE-ROOMS Is the City. RE AT BARGAINS ! Will h offered i Single and Double Shawls,- WATER-PROOFS. CASSIA1ERES, &C. ALL THE ABOVE GOODS . ran s r. w- .. I navinff been mircnasea liLDUitrJ tiie aavanct in o a CCD S3 HtS, WE ABK CETEBHIXED to SEE WltO CAN SELL THEM the CHEAPESTl LOITTForgii Out Jfew location I jS"orth-East Corner of Mmn & Third Streets. McCONNELL, EMEESOX, A HARRIS. ZauesviIIe, Ohio, Sft. 22. 1871 3i BUSINESS ItOTICES. WASTED.A girl or woman to do housework, can find a good place, permanent situation and good wa ges by calling on W. A. SilL Uats and Bonnets, trimmed in the East, at HALLIDAY'S. Sabh Ribbons, Roman Ribbons, and Ribbons of any color and wi...

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. — 29 September 1871

HOW HE COLLECTED HIS BILL. Bomb twenty-five years ago, Mr. Bod kin, one of the old-fashioned printers of jtork, wag looking sadly over his ledger. Ag he turned over the leaf that 'disclosed the account of Mr. Qaoin, with an unsettled balance of $ 315X0, and more than two years ptkSt due, the sadness changed to grimnesj. How well he re membered the first visit of deluding Quoin, wnen, with a corn-basket full of wood-cuts, said to have cost f 1,000, he in veigled the credulous Mr. Bodkin into printing a book. For which Quoin had never paid. But he had promised magnifi cently. As soon, Mr. Bodkin, as I receive the $315 and the sales of the book, I know, will not be less than that every week you shall have the money. A debt of honor, Mr. Bodkin. You should have it, if I had to sell my teeth." ' And here he showed a collection that a hyena would have envied for whiteness and hardness. "Then again, Mr. Bodkin, you hold my wood cuts as security. Worth three times the amount of your bill! F...

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. — 6 October 1871

Poetry. THE TRAVELER AND HIS FRIENDS. A Gallic Legend. A Gallic Legend. BY JOHN G. SAXE. s i Qnmmi, aboat to mke t A trip at sea, ni bepped to take Commission! for dozen friends : i On wanst a watch; another sends - Fur wine" a vary special cask; And if ttf not to much to a-k Soma choice cigars; a boxwill do; Or, while yoard at it, purchase two I" Another friend woald like a pair Of boots "They're so ma-h cheaper there;" A lady friend woald have him bay bam laces If they're not too nigh ;" Another wants a box of gl oves : ''French Uda, yon krow, are real loves V . Thoaone want tins: anotber, that; . A book, a bonnet, or a bat; Snotigh to make the moody man itso huh their amall commission " ran, n tale and balk) repent that be Had ever thought to cross the seal v Moreover, be it here remarked, Before the penile man embarked. Bis friends, for fear he micht forget Their little errands, plainly set ! Their wishes down in black and white; A sensible proceeding quite; , ? " B'.-t as it ha...

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. — 6 October 1871

TH8 INDEPENDENT. MTJONftlLSVlLLB ; A, ... Oct. ItTf. Prohibition STATE TICKET. TV OTKKI0B, tlO!l T. BTl WART, of Heron. t.TCfT. B0TIRK0S, W.M. WEDD8LL, of Montgomery, ron vord or rrsi.ic WORKS, V. SILVER, of Colombian FOR BVFRRMB aTBOK, AaffTJEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. FOB TRRASCRER, rSOXAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware. FOR ATTORKKT GKSERAI., 9. W. 6TIKCHC0MB, of Uocking. rot stats coxxissioker or con. bphooij, D. SOLOMON UOWARD, of Atheus. TO CI.KRR OP grPRKXB COURT, AUZK ALDERMAN, of Morgan. TOR AUDITOR Of STATU, W. B. CHADWICK, of Franklin. Trvblblllon Senatorial Tick et 141b District. Fcr Senator, vTILLIAM PENROSE, of Washington County. Mergan County i'roblbition Ticket. For Representative. DAVID MUM MET. For Auditor, THOMAS HAMMOND, For Clerk of the Court. I A M S A . NEELET, For Sheriff, (JAMES D . MARIS. For Commissioner, COB EE T L U TTO N , For Infirmary Director, a . P. DEARBORN. For Coroner, WILLIAM CUPPY. REMEMBER the Prohibition Meeting in front of the Court House, in McConne...

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. — 6 October 1871

llCtnSU, 1XU14I ft liltIL ran, mm & mm livt ai iVelt I taCTite( I I I Xaln a Third Sta., Joph jaiacii s Jtsuiimnp:. . DRY GOODS STOCK At fee atli t ts kisily fcvetwl W ia liberal patreatf. vs aave eadeev. to awrll a mttiMat) of the m tj realloff see or UttS&'EST AKD IEST LITDT5flH!0MS oa IREAT BARGAINS ! Sttgte tafl Bonbte Sfcairb, WATER-PROOFS, CASS1MERES, &C. ALL THE ABOVE GOODS laving beeD purchase! BEFORE the advanci In a. nniRmin bf.ji rrrro uaji sell them tt cheapest! &01TT rrrftt leealIo : 2"orth.-East Corner of ATain & Third Streets. McCONNELL, EMERSOX, 4 HARRIS. Z.aeeville, Ohio, S'. 22. 1871 3-n. ui!i.i:ss AUTICES. WANTED. A girl or voman to do housework, cun find a good place, permanent situation and good w ges by calling on TV. A. Sill. II at s and Bonnets, trimmed in the East, at II ALLIUAY'S. Sash Ribbons, Roman IMihon. and Ribbons of any color and width, at HalliduyV. NEW STOCK of Boot and Shoes t CLARKE, CORNER WALKKk'S. A larpe Btock of Shell Jew...

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. — 6 October 1871

On Wakefulness. Tn primary cause of wakefulness ts an increase in toe quantity of blood clr culating in the brain: hence, any condi tion or cause cipable of inducing this state of the cerebral circulation may give rise to it. As these causes are more or less under the control of the indiridnal, it is imDOrtant that they should be generally Known, i. .excessive ana long-conunueu intellectual action, or powerful mental emotions. 2. Those positions of the body 'Which tend to impede the now 01 Dlooa from the brain, and, at the same time, do sot obstruct its passage to the brain. Many physicians hare noticed the connection ex isting between bodily position and wake fulness. It is evident that the recumbent position is more conducive to a state of congestion of the brain than the erect or semi-artct. Dr. Forbes Winnow, Dr. Hammond, and several other physicians have notice! an increase in the number and intensity of hallucinations of insane patients, or persons suffering from deliri um tre...

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. — 20 October 1871

rs" rrr -s- IN P J T" V7, 1 X0.2S. 2 ivrJ .-I f SHfetoKra sir.. 111 m ) fe- jv F t tt i r " ' ' ' ' .-- L-i . I- : , I, i 1 - - i i THE ELECTIONS. MORGAN COUNTY. i eoiifitv the elections: resulted 1,14 fA; Geeree W. M'Cook It I w Rti nv jt-.u "am a o v I ' v ct v LUsi jiLi - r'-'lMt on T. Stewart. 11.9. Ztrvtenaii Cowrnor Jacob Mueller re- ry0tiiaiUiUteDlulrf. jllunt, 1,753; J- u 1 l.ti 1 iii AucfUor of-StaU Jm ttiliiams rccciK- ZYcorcr 0 jitote imc neiearenviw J, US rotes; GueUv Bruehl, l,f TlibmM I. ICQ I attorney General Fraffcii Jj. Pond re- " K. Homer i rcceiT. a i.iii Toies; rrair Hnghee, 1,747; L. B. Silver, 1PJ. I4 i vS WitJ,r.5fciuill-iaiii - m Clcrl SuprtKC Court K dam.lB7. Su artruc Court KouiKI oo re- eeired J,13a rotes; Chdrle 9ka- Arm Alderman. 202. ! Atei fbiRiniioacr Cbnu School Tlirvinai W. Harve" received J2.144 otes: Conttiialional Contention, Xts, 3;i77rW, 159. ' . , . Senator Eodnry M. Stimson reeew4 ' thii county, and tbt portijn .of. MA IS - - . that Totea wit...

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. — 20 October 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. MC0NNELSY1LLE i FRIDAY. .... OrU t9- THE RESULT. '"' Prohibitionists, throughout the V. country,' msy feeTgratified over the ,- result of Oe election, Although every appliance known to the poli ticians the old parties, was resor , " ' . ted to to keep men from voting our ticket, yet wo show an increase in .. strength. In tie' State, wo have . undoubtedly polled tally five thou basd voles, judging from such mea s .. gre returns as the old party papers give of our vote, acd this is an in " - ! crease of two thousand ovor last .' . t - " year, something that evtry Prohi - tionist ran bo proud of and rt-joice aL' The acipaiffn was one of L;- those that must always press Lard- ; est upon a new pirly, such as ours, ,; . ' and it is a little remarkable 'that i wo have been abio. lo corae out of it io the maunor we have. Noth in? but toe rignteousness ot oar principles, commending them- selves, as they do, to every good ' ' V . man's bt-art, has enabled us to do -' - bo. Th...

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. — 20 October 1871

, I . ' : V r. BcCOmii, EHEaSM a HAiRIS. THE LARGEST and THE EAPEST STOCK OF; - FALL AMD WINTER r y Cr O O d s y "Ever shown in the City of Zancs- .1- . ville, can be seen at the I ew Store Room of IllIIlL HIMM18I N. B. Corner MaindbSrcTSts. Particular Attention Called teOnr Stock or BLACK GK0-GRA1T SILKS,: - COLORED HUSH POPLINS, FRENCH MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, AND THE BEST . : 37 and a half &'50o- BLlcriLricciS in tne City .BROWN MUSLINS : t j ....-. '. ' - 7, 8, 9 and 10c. per yard. NEW STYLES OF CALICOES : 8, 0 and 10c. per yard." Car Stoek ii Eliewhere ! Fall and -Complete -Pease Coll and Examine Before. Bnjisg a. Oct-13, 1871 tt McCONNELL, EMERSON, & HARRIS, Norlhbet Comer Main k 3rd Street. - -' "itiifit i;r iiior o Notice Extraoriliitar j I desire to siay to the citizens of McConnelsvilIc, that 1 have the lar gest and most complete assortment of goods that can he found . in any iilerciiant janoringr isuioiisnmeni West of the Mountains. . i :JIy -stock was selected ; ...

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. — 20 October 1871

AKRON. AKRON. Grand Lodge of I. O. G. T. V r On the 4th Just, 'the Gnri4 lodge of -"Good Templars, of Ohio-, -met at Akrton, and held iu Eighteenth Annual Session. A1S the Grand office re, and upward of 200 dele gate and visitors were prcstirft, ( r The-sueetiDgwas harindnicm, and seen ralgond feeling was prevalent throughout We hare not apace for a. full report fif th doings of tne Lodge, and will only give th resolutions on Political Action, which were adapted wih hut-a. or Jhree, UisseuUnc i voices. They art lis iollowa: f 5 i WeSria. The R. V. Gran J Irfidw dM ia f , j it platform in 13i8 adopt principles of to- 1 1 J m . m inence ana prontoitton ot tue Jiguor wine; sua 81 us io annual sessions last held full? approve and endorse the pricci yivw oi mo niionni rroniomori ari v, or' ganiaod in Chios po, SrTt.'2l; 'lSW;'alcd Whereas, The part; Las iu Ohio submit t?d Etate and local nominations for the sup jwri oi wuiperaws yjrs; laereriiw j.tjjjrca, u osi Ks couineia .ma sc.- f I t...

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. — 27 October 1871

rn KIT T1 .-?"! f.T Is1 vol.. 1: BI'COXSELSVILXE, OHIO. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 37, .181. 1 ! '.!-; r.Wo.S9. UOOI LA.XU'g COLV3LM. ONE MILLION OF LIVES SAVED I It is one of the re niarkabte lac is of this remarkable age, not merely that so many perrons are the victims efdjspeptiaer indigestion, boti'i willing lo say that as; oue regards dyspepsia wilb ; favor, or feel disposed . to rank it among th luxuries of life. Far lrom it. Theme who bare cxpeiiepced its torments wca'd scout sucb an idea. Maik Taplev, abotra jolly nsder all tbe trying circumstances in which he was placed, never bad an alt a k of dyspepsia, or bis jotlitj aonld btve speedi ly forsakes bim. Mes and women some times suffer its tortures uncomplainingly, but whoever beard o! a person who enjoyed tLem T iff all the molufariouo di pern sea to which the human system is liable, there L, pecbaps, none so generally prevalent asdy peptia. If ihers is a wretcbtd being iu th world it is .A Confirmed Dytpeptit I But it is not our int...

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. — 27 October 1871

III K I NDKPKNIff NT. lOSETB A KELLY KOITOU AX1) PMK1CIOI. M CCNN3LSVILLE, OHIO : FEIDAY Oct. 2T. IS"M TERMS THIS PAPER. ., ; SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. ,,:Onc coil), odd jtui', cash In adiancr, . $2.CO " " 41 - ' TO CLUB3." ' -1 To Clubs ot five, or upward,' .. ' ; each NubKcriber, $1.50 APPOINTMENT OF ARTHUR POND AUDITOR. I'm a 77 s '. 7: t- . h .. On Honday, the County Commis- ... Biouertt met la tho -Atdilor s Ouice and appointod Arthur Pond, Coun- - ,ty. Surveyor and School Examiner, . to lbs position of County Auditor, . to fill tho, vacai.cy occasioned by ., lue uoatn i j j.. - This appom ..; ' great, deal f - i'oilo wfng reas lue death ot James li. Alcurew. ntmcnt Las crested a dissatisfaction, for the following reasons : ' 16L Pond was holding two t;fb- .'. n ces. that ol County : Surveyor and , ScliOQl.Esaminer, and just been ro j, ,7 olected to that of Surveyor, and ;! -people , generally thought that y,.l ; ,. those ought to bo enough to satisfy .' ' ." any man's craving lor o...

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. — 3 November 1871

MeCoNN ELSVILLE NDEPENDENT. VOL; I. M'COXNELSVILLE, OHIO. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1871. NO. 30. Salvation Through Poverty. Dying alone -- Because be m Poor, " Going through the invisible door ' To tbs unknown, " " AH unattended All unbe friended No one to see it all over and ended, . . , . - Priestly or lav ; No one to pray No one to say" Good-bye to the spirit departing to-day Because he is poor. Ones your doors. Ye aBcels that take Unfriended mortals for charity's sake Up to your floors ; Sav, have ye places Where Love's lighted faces Shall welcome him, freed from the earth', oold embraces, Where he was torn By talons of scorn Manfully borne All night through, though ever more crying for mora . Because he was poor ? He died alone, Because he was poor ; None lingered or watched at the sad earthly door, For hearts are atone Not one to ache Forhifl nitifnl nka Ah 1 well that the moraine was only to break There by his bed None at his head Sam inTim'tVA Ha.A Who oome in our places to watch...

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. — 3 November 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. M C0NNELSV1LLE : 'RID1V, .... IVov. 3, ItTI. The Dead Calm. It is said that "the Republican party will have a high and noblo duty to perform until all the vital issue growing out of ho late reliel non are fully accepted ly the Dem ocrat.c party." But they are so accepted. Mr. Vallandigham, tho acknowledge lea der of that party in extreme oppo sition to these views, acceptoJ thorn. The New York Democracy accepts them ; so does the Ohio, the Maine, the ilassechuuetts. There is no dif ference to day between Governor Hoffman and Governor Cluflin, be tween General Grant and Justice Chase, on these points. The issues are concluded. When tho Whig party, under Webster "a influence, Accepted the compromiso of 1S50, and put itself on the samo platform of 6lavery a3 the Democrats, the party lived just one Fressdeu'.ial c lection afterward ; ar.d in that elec tion, with the most poptilar military wan :n '.he country as its leader, - and with an unknown and feeble antagonist, if...

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. — 3 November 1871

BcCOSSELL, E1ERS0S i HilUV THE LARGEST and THE STUCK CHEAPEST FALL AND WINTER rj -Good Ever shown in the City of Zimes ville, can be seen at the New Store' Room of mm, mm & nil, N. E. Corner 35ainfe 3rd Sts. . Particular Attention Called foOnr Stock or BLACK GHO-fiRAIN SILKS, COLORED HUSH POPLINS, FRENCH MQUNOVEMPRESS.GLOTHS, AND .THE BEST 37 and a half & 50c BL1CI JLriCCJS in the City . BROWN MUSLINS: 7, 8, 9 and 10c. per yard. NEW STYLES OF CALICOES : 8, 0 and 10c. per yard. 1ST Oar Stock it Fall end Complete P'eate Call and Eiamine Before Buying Elitwhtre ! McCOXNF.LL, KMF.RSOV, & HABBIS, Oct. 13, 1871 tl.J Xorlh-fcait Corner Main k 3rd Streets. OF COL' UTS FOR 1STZ. 'Tax Stats op Ohio, Jefteesos Cocxtt, bs. Pursuant to the statutes in such case made and provided, w, the Judges of the court of Common Fleas, within and for the Eighth Judicial District in the Bute of Oh io,do hereby order and direct that the Terms of the District Court, and of the court of Common Pitas,...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 3 November 1871

Love's Reasons. r "TeD Ue reason T" Kay, toy aweet ! PotoDt as the cause mar be, Ask me Dot : for well I veet Lore and logic ill agree ! Lore has reasons, all his own. Were he wiilinj? to confess ; Brrt ha fears to make them known, Saying, ehrewdiT, "Let them gneea I" Well he knows, though he may deem All his reasons pood and strong ; Something other they must seem To the uoimpassioned throng. Ka-, the god is eonnted hhnd Leet, perhaps, the gift of sight B -tier dull might chance to find All his face; paints so bright. Bo my charmer, prithee, take Whar of bliss tbe god may bring ; N t aspire lor Cupid's rake To be wiser than the King I TflTl! it lengthen Love's caress, Al. his nature to explore 'I Give the heart a pain the lei T Or the lips a kiss the more? Thankful for the blessing lent. (What beyond is worth a sigh ?) Let ns love, and be content, Careless of the how and why ; Lilts the maid, who in her room Roars a fair and frap-ant rose, H "-py in i's breath and bloom. Though its...

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