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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 10 November 1871

0NNELSVILLE INDEPENDENT; VOL.!. M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1871. NO. 31. -.7- . . Trouble at Twenty. Does this wem strange to you, my own beat in en a. That L who yesterday Rave back like one Too snraly lapsing to the strncrgle's end. To-day an draw down rapture from the son, And drink the blazing bine above mv head. And fix my sicrht upon the thiek-naed hills, , Till their sapreniely-strenfthemnz beauty fifls . My heart and strikes a spring into my tread? Mt youth has risen up in me like a sea. To swell above the fainting want of him Whose face and life and love are far from me ; And on this sea a short swift while I swim : I left his picture nn-broupht-forth to-day, . The better to bar ont the blank of life Without him yielding youth an erener strife - -.-. With sorrow ; and casual victory by the way This thing but feebly knawing Has come to youth. eomes. This strength to east aside the pain: For swiit and sudden a burning ehorns hums, And whelms the short resistan...

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. — 10 November 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. M'CONXELSVILLE : FRIDAY. . . . . lVov. lO, 18TI. The Elections. Election were held in twelve States on Tnobdaj, with the fol lowing results . New York rave a Republican majority of 35,000; both brunches of the Legislature being Republican. Sijrel carried New Tork City by a handsome majority, and Tammany is left out in the cold, as it should have been lose; aeo. Tweed suc ceeded in being electod to the Son ate by a largely red need majority, less than ton thousand, which was twenty-two thousand three years go, Massachusetts rolls up a Inrpcly increased majority for the Repub licans. Illinois gives A Republican maj ority of 30,000. . Minnesota gives a handsome Ee- Zmbhean majority. Maryland has gono Democratic by a largely reduced majority, the Republicans electing quite a nam her of their candidates for the Siate Legislature, in which body they had not a Representative last year. New Jersey elects a Democratic Governor, but a Republican Legis' laturo. In Kansas and M...

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. — 10 November 1871

KcCO.WlLL, ElWm k HiBUS. THE LARGEST and THE c: aEAPEST STUCK OF FALL AMD WINTER Dry Xoods Ever shown in the City of Zanes ville, can be seen at the New Store Room of iL, mi i N. E. Corner Main & 3rd Sts. Particular Attention Called (o Our Slock of BLACK GllOGR AIN SILKS, COLORED HUSH POPLINS, FRENCH MERiNOSj-EMPRESS CLOTHS, AND THE BEST 37 and a half & 50o 8UCI MPACC1S in the City BROWN 9IUSLI1V8: 7f 8, 9 and 10c. per yard. NEW STYLES OF CALICOES : 8, 0 and 10c. per yard. t& Ht Btoti k Fill isd Complete-P ease Call end Examine Before Buyiar Eisewkrre Oct. 13, 187l-tf.J McCOXNKLL, KMI-RSON, A HAItlUS, Norths-East Curucr Main & 3id Streets. CO I UTS FOR I STS. Th State of Onio, Jiffebsov Cocirnr, as. Pursuant to the atatutes in such .rase made and provided, we, the Judges of the ronrt of Cinimon Pleas, within and for the Eighth Juilicn.1 District in the Stale of Oh io, do hereby order and direct that tbe Ternisof the District Court, and of tbe court of Common Picas, w...

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. — 10 November 1871

Baby. One Summer morning Baby came, To 1st npon my breast ; I kissed bar little face, and said, "We have an angel gnest." That Summer-tune wag glad and gay With baby laugh and glee ; The dearest thing in all the world My darling wan to me. Bnt when the froet-wmde touched the flowers, lake them she dropped away. And died within my folding arms One aad, sad Autumn day. We made her little narrow grave Cloee by the garden-wall It seemed that some time she would wake, And for her mother call. I planted rose and briony Beside her grave in Spring, And robins nestled there, and learned Their little ones t sing. It is a sacred spot to me, Thit grave so green and low ; Ah I Heaven cannot be far away From Baby's grave, I know. Farm, Garden and Household. Ink Staiks. Ink stains may be re moved from mahogany by touching them with a feather dipped in a mixta re com posed of a few drops of nitre and a teaspoon ful of water. To prevent a white mark being left, the spot must be rubbed with a cleth w...

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. — 17 November 1871

i i t t CI Tnde ' . -" ' : ' ' ' i ,-. S .1-. ,!; M: : NDENf.;r: NEiLiS t)T7 i VOL. I. rCOXNELSTILLE, OHIO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1871. NO. 32. CUON Tale of a Kite. ftooh a wondrons kite to fly ! Tinted paper six feet high. Nothing small would do for him Bey I tell ot, Boasting Jim. . Bc-est kite or all the V ; Miles of strongest twine he got ' Hmal! ones g a certain height ; Bis he'd send clean oat of sight Down the street, one day in Fall. Vent tnsr Jim, kite, string, and all. Kite 1" his comrades shoot in joy, " Where are yon going with that boy ?" All was ready soon, and whew ! . , O'er the trees the giant flew, , r Whisking Jimmy from the ground, Just as if he weighed a pound. Vp they sailed, close to the moon, , . . . Hoard the man there sing a tune. ' J'oreign lands Jim saw and knew "' Tartary and Timbactoo. Vet s eoravt tn his flight, Bilver tail, Just hke a Trite.' Conldnt starre, yon well might say, Cp thore in the Milky Way. Aoross the sea he flew," and then,, , Fondly sil...

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. — 17 November 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. MCOXXELSVILLE : FRIDA1T JSov. IT, The Democracy to Disband, and Adopt the St. Louis Republican Tactics. A Washington telegram, bearing nate 01 me i4U,8ys : The Chronicle thin morning prints the following, with Ibe state ment that it is from one ot their most trusted contributors : "From prominent men of the Democratic party who are here, ana others who have been here recently, and in correspondence from Now York, we luarn that a general interchange of opinion is going on relative to future action looking to the Presi dential election. Outspoken, deci ded leaders of the Democracy have freely expressed their news, from which it appears that a large ma jority of those gentlemen are in la or of a coalition with a division of the Republicans, if it can be bronght abefut, to nominate candidates for President and Vice-President in opposition to the regular nomina tion or the Republican party. Ve ry few opinions dissenting from the ;ropot)ition have been expressed, 'he otte...

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. — 17 November 1871

CcCOmiL, ESEtS3.1 ft MlUk STILL ANOTHER I MPORTAN T ffllSISOT To Our DRESS rami i . i! Will Open THIS WEEK One of the Largest Stocks of 31a c li llp.accas Ever shown in this City, and at OLD PRICES, Regardless of the -advance of J25 per cent. Please call and see them, as they are very cheap. HoCONXF.LL, EHKRSOV, A n ARRIS, Om dwr west of V. B. Ltwis A Cj's Hatdware biorc, Zaievville, Ohio. Not. 17, 181. if. Stock of GO 01 nini & mm, COXUTS fOK 1S72. Tai Btiti or Ohio, Jeftkbsov Conor, ss. Pursuant to the statutes in sneh esse made and provided, we, the Judges of the court of Common Pleas, within and for the Eighth Judicial Diitrict in the Stale of Oh io, do hereby order and direct that the Termtof the District Court, and of the court of Common Picas, within the several counties of said District, shall begin t the hour of eight (8) o'clock in the morning on thedays aud dates hereinafter named, du ring the year 1872. to-wit : enraicr enrar. In Muskingum county, Monday, Aujr. 2tb. ...

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. — 17 November 1871

The Old Story. Beside the Tina frimMl wrinrViw -u Ta wanton sunshine with joni ourU ooquet- And there Ton rtW wonr neArliA n .nt Vm'f VTtulp r and there your doft white togera Ufc A lovely picture in a lovely sett inc. VThen, anaware, yonr gTnltlew lips lot drop oome tender strain, of melody ontgnshing, My oriental birds grow mute ana stop To baton, poised upon their swaying prop xumD praise tbat well might move yonr cueea iu oiusmng. Ton wear a smile noon vonr tianor h& Ton newer knew the pain of vague regretting, Kor earn nnr oriaf have lt.fi. trm aliia MU . Thus I, a worn oat worldling, read yonr face-! iuur sou ut joy oas never Known a sotting. Sometimes yon torn yonr sweet sad eyes this way, And huDlv enw me mv state and o-Wr Ton do not see the thorns that hedge my way. vu UU UUt VIUW U1V HIO IB IOU gray Tia only, after all, the samenld story. I wear a smile, as ioTlera women miv Ton do not see the worm beneath the blos som ; Bat oh 1 the wonnd that rankles niirht and dav B...

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. — 24 November 1871

,tai:t:j-j -T .; j;.-? " ,', , ; t ; r-vl IK . ft! . . J. S. i e ft : ' n 1 t (t : . 'S f 1 I l j 31'COXXELSYILLE, , OHIO, FEIDAY, NOVEMBER 24,Vl871.:'v ' VOL. I. it : 'jn . ' ,J : - - -.. .). .i-r'. The Cloud. A white little clcndlet np in the skr Born of the winds and of the wares am I, the ehimng stars of heaven peep through. I r them often from mortal sieht . . . . , , shed, thijjngh the long, long I And soft I Boat through the tremnlona blue, wnen I cover them often from mortal sieht And hold in mr bosom their silvery light ; And the moon enfolds me in soft embrace, And smile apon me with tender face. The eim elimbinsr hich in the roev morn - My whiteness tints with the colon oi dawn,' And around me dav The glory and light of his shining ray ; And the lark springs forth in the morning Andsicgs to me songs fcr the dawning meet ; While he plnnges deep in my snowy wave The stains of eaith from his pinions to lavs - When the sn'n sinks deep in the far, far west, On a purple billow,...

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. — 24 November 1871

THE . INDEPENDENT. MCONXELSVILLE : FRIDAY, .... Kov. 34, IST1. "Temperance Legislation" Under the above heading", the Herald, of last week. pubetBhee an article from the Albany Z,ac Journ al, which tabes the position tbat all laws that regulate, restrain or pro hibit the aale of alcoholic liquor. are sumptuary laws. This is the old bar-room argument, nd we were surprised to see such an arti cle in the columns of oar neighbor, after its professions of being in fa Tor of temperance, and onr present liquor laws, although we knew those professions wero all aham. and made only to hold rotes to sus tain the Republican party. The idea that laws regulating, re straining and prohibiting the sale of intoxicating liquors are samplu ary is about as tenable as the posi tion Wvuld be tbat laws prohibiting horse-stealing, anon and murder are sumptuary. A sumptuary law is one that regulates the personal expenses of living of the individuals of a community, and is not one that has lor its object the...

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. — 24 November 1871

HeCOXSEU, E1ERS0S k E1EE1S. STILL ANOTHER AD DIM ON To Our M E S S - Will Open . THIS WEEK . - - " One of the Largest Stocks of B 1 a cl llpaccas - Erer shown in this City, and at OLD PRICES, Regardless of the advance of 25 per cent. Please call and see them, as they are very cheap. McCONNELL, EMKRSOV, 411 ARRIS, On door west of V. B. Lewis A 'Cu's Jlardware Store, Eanesv ille, Ohio. 17,1871. tf. Not. Stock of - i G - - 00 M l , COIRTS FOR 1S12. ... Tbs Statb or Ohio, imrmmo Cocvrr, s. Pnraaant to the atatates In such case load and proTiderf, we, the Judges of the court of Common Pleas, within end for the Eighth Judicial Dratriet in the Bute of Oh .io, do hereby order and direct that the Term of the District Court, and of the court of Common PUas, within the eeTeral count iee of aid District, shall begin at the hoar of eight (6) o'clock in the morning on the days and date hereinafter named, da ring the year 1871, to- wit: PUTXICT OOCBT. In Vnsxingnm county, Monday,. Ang.2th. In Mtrg...

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. — 24 November 1871

Flora. Ftower are Nature1 jewel, wftri whose wreath fhe deckefcer summer beauty ; primrose sweet, With blotsorr.s of jmw Rold: enchanting- rose. That, like a virgin traeen, salutes the eun, Bew-rliadeinr-rl 5 tba pfcrfomed pink, that stnds The earth wftfe clTifttering ruby ; hyacinth. The hue of. Yetms's tresses ; myrtle' green, That maidens think a ehaim for constant tore, Aim Rire night kisses to it, and so dream ; . Fair lily 1 woman's emblem, and o't twined Bound bosoms where its silver is unseen, Puch is their whiteness : downcast violet. Turning away its sweet head from the wind, As she her delicate and skilled ear , From paegjon's tale. Farm, Garden and Household. Hies Wattles. Take three gills of cold boiled rice, warm it with a pint of milk, mix it smooth ; then take it from the fire, and stir in a pint of cold milk, and a teaspoonftd of salt. Beat four eggs, and stir in with flour enough to make a stiff batter. Cock on a griddle. Tin Use op tub ITel-Extbactob.- At a conven...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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