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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 16 June 1871

Poetry. THAT LINE FENCE. t)tt"rarm6f'Sm'tJK'e.me'leme'hil KW v--From hie field the other day, ' , . While hie sweet little wife, the pride of hie Jife, ft ii I At her whel wee SDlnning awa. . ' t v ( . AM ever anon. a nr little sons 1 I I With the hn of L-ant H.. 9 . An the wratfifsJ bro is clearhi now s LraAer the cheerful rtirme. . ,1 Come, come, little Turk! pat awij'yoor work, auu UBIBU Mr " aw 1 HJ , v Whet can I do bat a qaarrel brew J With the nan across the way! I r. l.". buI,t y fence, but be wont eommenca ToUyaeineleiaU; Hie cattle ret in, and the reed fets thin, i I aia tempted la make a sale I" , Jny, Jokn, dear John, how yon do to on! I'm afraid it wtil .fee as they My." "So, no, little wife, 1 have found that strife In a lawyer's hand don't pay. "Helsptckinganaw, to drive me to law, I J IbaTe heard that be satiLhe would; ' An you know, long ago, law wronged tie so, I Vowed t never should. a t i So what can I do, that I will hot rue,f f '' To the man aero the -tyr 5 If ...

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. — 16 June 1871

THE 1NDKPK ND EXT. - M'CONNELSVILLE : FRaI june J6 i8Ti. Prohibition STATE TICKET FOB OOVSSKO, GIDEON T. nTEWABT, of Enron. V LIECT. GOVCKKOK, P. SI- WEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOR BOARD OF FOBLIC WUtU, L. B. SILVER, of Columbiana. FOR SCPKRX JCIXJt, SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. Fi TkIASDBSR, THOMAS EVAXS, Jr., of Delaware. FOR ATTORXST CKHCRAL, J. W. STIXOHCOMB, of Hocking. FOR STATS COMHISSI-lMES OF COM. BCH'IOLS DB. SULOVION HOWARD, of Athens F'lE CLKRK "F 1CPHRME roCRT ARZA. ALDER AN, of Morgan. FOR AFDITOR F (TaTK, W. B. CHAD v ICK, of Franklin. FROHIBITIOM CUl'STT TIC- RET. For Representative, DAVID MUMMEY. For Auditor, THOMAS HAMMOND. For Clerk of the Court, J A M K S -A . N E E L S Y For Sheriff, JAMES D MARIS. For Commissioner, ROBERT LUTTOX, For Infirmary Director, JJ. P. D E A BBOBK . For Coroner, WILLIAM CUPPT. Platform of the National Prohibition Party. Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept r. 2,1869. Wbcrca, Protection and allegiance are reciprocal duties, and every ci...

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. — 16 June 1871

THOSE WISHING SUMMER DRY GOODS AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES, SHOULD SOT FAIL TO Consisting in part Japanese Poplins, Plack Iron Grenadines, mm a J?" Plain and Figured Lawns. Hernaoi Cloths, : Wash Poplins, Plain and Fancy Gingham, Gloves, Hosiery , Corsets, AO, AO, AO, AIX TO BE SOLD AT OVK USUAL LOW PRICES - BT M'CONNELL, EMERSON & HARRIS, 94 HID STREET, JUNE th, 1871. TO PURCHASE CALL AND EXlMlNE OUR ef thsfoUovxnj : Plain and Figured Percales, Striped and Figured Piqnes, Marseilles Qailts, Laca Curtains, Latest Stjls Parasols, m in in m. Zanesrille, Ohio. THE INDEPENDENT. fOSEru a itui, xditob abu paorutrrGB. M CONSLSVILLE, OHIO : FRIDAT, . . . June 16, ISTt. TERMS THIS PAPER. SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. Oae copy, one year, when - . - . - n net para in nu uvr, -. -a. 7 ' 01 JiO TO CLUB ' To a Club of (en, one dol lar and tnlrtjr.-ne cents each. $13.50 To a Club of Btteen, one dollar and lweuty-fle cents each, $I8.T aW ALL DELINQUENTS will be charged op in all cases, at the rate ef Tw...

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. — 16 June 1871

THE FISHER BOY'S STRATAGEM. n .(jijiniiunrmnj, omcom wiw- month -OYlloceoiber, 175, thai ,BD.aea stO'-d ubo liancock'g wharf, iu the town of Boaipa. Seax thein, upon n old cask, 8at a youth of not more tba '.sixteen years, vrhr seemed intent upon nothing inure than the occupation of keeping his hands warm by slsppine uicih upon ma Knees, ne naa ueen en ting thus about fifteen minutes, when the elder of thj two men turned and beckoned .him to approach. . 1 " , ' " Your "name is Maxwell, is it!" asked the gentleman, as the youth drew near. " Hugh Maxwell, sir." Mr. Ross tells me that you think yon .can run. your shallop out of the harbor!'' Yes. sir. I think I can " H On you understand the nature of your - errand !",---. -.- . - Only that I must go out of the harbor to do it. that's all," replied the youth. ' Then," said- the gentleman, whose name was Greene "you are not aware that you may have- to remain outside for several. days?" " Nor do I care," answered the youth, if i remain ou...

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. — 23 June 1871

Poetry. PUSS IN THE CORNER. All day long In the" corner she sits ; ' 1 " All day long in the corner she knits: . Bat while her dextrous needle play Her eyes, to liquid, and large, end mj. ... wu wicn me arouna ue noune. For the Past la the Comer," and rm the My pass hasn't got any taloned claws. And white as mtik are her pretty paws; And none of the ferine cruelty lie Lurkinff within her dn tfrsr tt-rmm , Tet the bold me and keep me about the house, I Wot Che's "Puss in the Comer," and I'm the mouse. T Vuve heard that a vf tana m sa. . When the world was young, and the world was A lusty Hon fa t net was caug ht. And the Monarch of Beatte was like to rot. Till the woven thread of his prison-house -. Were gnawed away bj a little mouse. The antique tale is reversed for me. ' : I'm a mouse in a net and I can't get freel -' For crosswise around By-poor heart twines The net of love in a thousand linus; And r4 Puss In the Corner " sits and smiles. And fastens the knot with a thousand wiles...

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. — 23 June 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. M'CONHELSVILLE : FRIDAY, Jane 23, IST1. Prohibition STATE TICKET. FOE OOTBBKO", 6TDE0S T. STEWART, of Hnren. FOB LIECT. OOVBBSOB, P. U. WEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOR BOARD Or PCBI.IC WORKS, L. B. SILVER, of Columbiana. FOR SCrBKXB J CDC. I, SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. FOR TREASURER, THOMAS EVAXS, Jr., of Delaware. FOR ATTORXKT GESERAT., J. W. 8TIXCHC0MB, of Hocking. fnB STATE COMMISSIONER OP COM. 8CB0OLS, DR. SOLOMON BO WARD, of Athens. MB CLERK OP SCPRCMC COURT. ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. TOR ACIHTAR OF STATIC, W. B. Cli A D WICK, of Franklin. FROHTbITIO.V tOl.Tt TIC KET. For Representative, DAVID MDMMEY. For Auditor. THOMAS HAMMOND. For Clerk of the Court, JAMES A. NEELEY. For Sheriff, JAMES D. MARIS. for Commissioner, ROB BR T L U TTO V , For Infirmary Director, n'. P. DKARBORK. For Coroner, WILLIAM CUPPY. SPEECH OF GIDEON T. Accepting the Nomination of The Delaware Convention, Delivered at DELAWARE, OHIO, February 22d, 1871. Af r. President, Ladies and Gentlemen ...

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. — 23 June 1871

ZAKESriLLE. S3 OR H '55 B H H IS H r H O M 5 so p o o 1 .. ft OB ' o 50- S 02 ST i ' THE INDEPENDENT. lOSSfH A. EELLT, ID1TOS AMD FROPUKTOK. iTCONtf ELSVILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, . . . Jane 33, tSTl. TEBMS THIS PAPER. SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year, when not paid In advance, $2.00 no copy, one year, casta in advance, $1.50 TO CLUBS. To a Club of ten, one dol lar and thirty-five cents each. $13.50 To a Club or fifteen, one dollar and twenty-five cents each, $IS.75 For the Campaign or 1S11.60 Cents per Copy. W ALL DELINQUENTS will be charged up, in all cases, at the rata of Two Dollars a year. CLEMENT L. VALLANDIGHAM. Vailandicham is dead ! He died from the effects of a pistol shot acci dently discharged by himself while giving his version of the manner in which Thomas Myers was shot at Ham ilton, Ohio, some three or four months ago. V allanligham was counsel for Thomas McGehan, who was being tried at Lebanon, Ohio, for shooting Myers, aud. on last Friday night, while re viewing, ...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 23 June 1871

Do Fishes Think? A wmteb la. AH The Tear' Round gives ome interesting facts on this point He ay: i v. . .-. . " Birds and beasts think. Why shouldn't fishes also think? . When a knowing old pointer is sent . into the turnip-field with a shocking bad shot, he soon arrives at his own conclu sions. Regarding the sportsman with a look of contempt, he sets him down as a very poor stick on finding shot fired after shot without bringing down a bird, and thinks it is not worth taking the trouble to point any longer for such a mnff. When Jenny Wren has half finished a nest aha looks at it critically, and thinks to herself No, this won't do. The twigs Vt support it properly; it will tumble On one side. -She begins another, and when that is half done, she looks at it, and after reflection says, That won't do eith er. The foundation is good, but the situa tion is much exposed. Silly little short sight d thing that I was, I did not notice the foot-path close at hand, on which birds-nesting schoo...

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. — 30 June 1871

Poetry. Poetry. GIVEN, NOT HIRED. BY ETHEL LYNN. Wr. hired the roof abore onr heads. And walls to gird as round. The garden walk, the drooping vinef ' . The roe ud blossom aaoaad; ,-, .. But oh, that atreak of eonset elqr . " , Between the bnddlEfr tree, J ' Tfce moonlhrkta the tittle parei, tWhhall wa pay tpr tkeoe. t. . , We'TJa mirst-raTio tfr da,'-'-' -Wanee aoiea wedidnot bring; j ii - An orioie triiii all the while, . And saner rob'nt; fine; .-"'"" While tetlM back of Verereea .! ' . A cat-bird, gray and any. i A solo rives. Who pays the birds . . Foe all theee-eongs Kot L ; !'' t ' .' 7--. j-., Jnst when the twilight tams to dusk, . , And reveries are sweet, ' A piping Toioe, exeedfog snulh v -Susuils by ray idle feel. i- ; A)d bids me lu-ten tolts tale t. ' -OT home and honebol d 1 Onr cricket, that we did not bring, u ; The aong we did not hire. v.-..? - The rammer wind that lifts the leaves Tbea arbnipeni soft and low. i How rosea and syrinzae bloom, t TTow sweet acacias b...

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. — 30 June 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. MCOSSELSVILLK t FRIDAT. ..... Jane 86, IStl. ProbibitioD STATE TICgETT. Tot oovsasoe, QTDS027 T. STEWART, of Eum. TO LTSTT. OVC SXOB, IMC WEDSSLL, of Montgomery. 90 boakd or rCBLIC WOSXS, L. B. SILVER, of Columbian. ros acraa jrnos, A5HTEL E. ADAtfi. of Cayaboga. FOB TKCMF2M, THOMAS EVANS, Jr., cf Delaware. FOB ATTOMUT SIIIlll, J. W. STINCHCOHfi, of Hocking. rB BTATC OOMXIMIORH OF COM- SCHOOL!, DS. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens, vom ct.uk or sursiMs cocrr. AstZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. rOB SODITOB Or STATS, W. B.CHAD WICK, of Franklin. rROUIBITIuV iOlSTT TIC KET. Tor Representative, DAVID MUMMEY. For Auditor. THOMAS HAMMOND. For Clerk of the Court, JAMXSA. NISLIT. For BherifT, JAUX8 D. M1IIS. For Commissioner, SOtlBT LUTI05, For Infirmary Director, IT. P. D E A R BOB N . For Coroner, WILLIAM CUPPY. Had to Pull it Down! Hany of oar reader will remem Iter seeing tbe following at the top of the editorial page of the elcCea nelaville Herald : "OUR PLATFORM. Rxiolvjd, Tbtt whil...

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. — 30 June 1871

CASES VSULK. 2 52 ? Pi ?3 t t7 -"I g a v. a for a it of So be for to. our bly ! ' I THE INDEPENDENT. lOftEPH A -CU.T, BDITOB AXB raOralSTOS. M'CONWSLSVIIiLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, . . . 0. IftTl. 1? . B IvTS THIS PAPER. SISOLE USCRIPTIOtf. One copy, one yetir, wben not paid la advance, $2.,9 One copy, one year, casb in advance, & TO CLUBS. . To a Clob of fen, one dol lar and thirty-Ate cent each. $13.5S To a Club of fifteen, one foliar and twenty-five -cuts each,. . US.?, For the Campaign of lSli60 Cents per ( opr. j I i. !','l"v(twi win ot Twooiu ',n' C' ' a"Aya 11 ! Most of the Malta business houses will be closed on the Fourth of July, as announced last week. Remember the closing Exercises of the McConnelsville Pab. Schools that lake plase to-day-. Evietbodt that has used the ro ver & Baker Sewing Machine pro. nounces it superior to all others. Remkmicb. .the Temperance Basket Meeting at Jldiit Uville, on the Fourth of July. Speaking to commence at 10 o ciocic, A. m. Fhed and Ge...

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. — 30 June 1871

Statisties of American Journalism. Tun American Xewitpaper Directory, for 1871, lost issued! by Mesr Geo. P. Kowell & Ca, proprietors of the Amer ican Advertising Agency, of New York City, contains certain tables of rrtatistica 'which have been compiled with care, and can be relied upon as substantially correct. They cover a field of research which no statistician has before touched upon, and famish food fori reflection and wonder ment. The following are a few of the many facts which a study of these tablea reveal : ' The who:e number of periodicals issued in the United States is 8,983, itn 73 to be added for the Territories, and-353 are printed ta the Dominion of Canada, -and 29 in. Vhe British Colonies, making a grand 1 ".t&i oi o.3, oi wiucn tan are a any, lis tri weekly, 129 semi-weekly, 4,642 week ly, 21 bi-weekly, 100 semi-monthly, -715 monthly, 14 bi-monthly, and 62 are issued quarterly. New York has the largest number of publications, 894, of which 371 are printed in...

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. — 7 July 1871

Poetry. LITTLE BY LITTLE. : Wmm the new yean come and the old jean go. How, little hy little, 11 thines growl All sings grow nd all decj Little by little pawing away. Little by little, on fertile plain. Ripen the harvests of golden grain, Waring and flashing in the inn, When the cummer at last Is done. Little by little they ripen so, ' , As the new yean come and the old yean go. Low on the ground an acorn lie. Little by little it mounts to the skies, Shadow and shelter for wandering herds, Home for a hundred singing birds. . Little by little the great rocks crew. Lone, long ago, when the world was new; Slowly and silently, stately and free. Cities of coral nnder the sea Little by Mule are bailded while so The new yean come and the old years go. tittle by little all tasks are done; 80 are the crowns of the faithful won, fist la dcii In nnr Hdtafta harnn With work and with weeping, with laughter and unie ey i r little, the longest dsv And the longest lire are passing away. rasmg witno...

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 July 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. M'CONNELSVILLE : FRIDAY july T, I5TI. Prohibition STATE TICKET. FOB OOTRRKOR, IDEON T. STEWART, of Huron. FOB LIEUT. GOVERNOR, T. M. WEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOB BOARD OF rCBI.IC WOKKS, L. B. SILVER, of UoliimbiaD. FOB SUPRRVI JCDRS, SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. FOB TREASURER, TH0MA8 EVANS, Jr., of Delaware. FOB ATTORN KT QBXEBAL, J. W. STISUHCOMB, of Hocking. FOB ST ATI COMM I8SI1KEK OF COM. SCHOOLS, DR. S0LOM0X HOWARD, of Athens. FOB CLIBC OF SCFRIHI COURT. ARZA. ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOB AUDITOR OF BTATR, "VV. B. CHAD WICK, of Franklin. FKOniBITIO tOlSTt TIC KET. Tor Repreeeniativev DAVID MUMMEY. For Auditor, THOMAS HAMMOND. For Clerk of the Court, JAMES A. NEELXY. For Sheriff, JAMES D. MARIS. For Commissioner, ROBERT LUTTOX, For Infirmary Director, II. P. DEARBORN. For Coroner, WILLIAM CUPPY. Platform of the National Prohibition Party. Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r. 2, 1869. Wbhmsas. Protection and alleeiance are reciptocar derties-, end every citizen...

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 July 1871

ZANEgriLLE. M 0 - 6- P'- -1 ' 5d t of It to tbe the an ot ft the Mr. on just ed on ter this that in age, the She tbe for not of tbe on for of to a and THE INDEPENDENT. IOSEPH A KELLY, XD1T0B IVD PROPRIETOR. MCON.NEL8VILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, .... July 7, ISTI. T E JR M B THIS PAPER. SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year, nben. 4 net paid In advance,. $2.0e n copy, one year, cash... In advance, $.59 TO CLUBS. To a Club or ten, one dol lar and thirty-five cents eten. $13.50 Tea, lub or fltteen, one dollar.. and twenty-five : cents each, IS.?5 For the Campaign of 1S11, 40 Cents per Copy. -ALL DELINQUENTS will be charged up, in all cases, at the rate of Two Dollar a year. MONEY ! 2r, in tbe affairs of all men when they used every tent of money that is piv.ing them. That time has arrived with the publisher of this paper, and we wish thoso indebted to us to res pond immediately. There is not a man in debt to ns bnt what can pay as at once, if he is so disposed. As a rnle, it is negligence t...

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 July 1871

STRAWBERRY FRIENDS. " Fm sure if I lived in the country nd had plenty of strawberries and rosea, I should not be so stingy with them," said Cip", good natured, thoughtless Mrs ton to a morning caller, who had been entertaining her with an account of the "meannau and inhotpitality," as she termed it, of a mutual friend, who had re moved to a small suburban home in their vicinity. , "Ho, I'm certain you wouldn't; even country life could not make you parsimo nious, replied the visitor. "It does seem, though, as if farmers were the most penurious people in the world ; all they have to do is to plant and reap, and make us city people pay them their prices for it "I've always thought I should enjoy country life," replied the hostess, " we're all so food of milk, and cream, and fresh butter, and buttermilk, and berries; and then vegetables taste so much better when gathered fresh for the table, than when they have been exposed for days in the sunny windows of hucksters and gro cers. 1 am e...

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 July 1871

Poetry. THE MANGO TREE. BY C. KINGSLEY. wflefl thtw?l the fiurr croft ; He wiled me down the simly iar.e. He told his boy's love, soft sua oft, . Until I told him mine ain. We mtrrlcd and we railed the main A soldier and a soldier's wife. We marched tUronpn many a burning plain; We sighed (or many a gallant life. Bnj talsGod kept H aafe from harm. j IT toiled, anddaea and earned command. Aid tbobe three stripes apon his Ann Were more to me than gold or land. Bare be would win some great renown: Oar lives were strong, oar hearts were high. Oankht the fever struct him down. I sat, and stereo, and saw him die I - . : I had his children one, two three. One week I had them, blithe and sound. He next beneath this mango-tree. By him in barrack burying ground, I ait beneath the mango shade: I live my Ave years'llfe all o'er Bound yonder stems his children played; lie mounted guard at yonder door, T is I, not they, am gone and dead ; They live; they know; theyfeel: they see. Their Bpirits li...

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 July 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. M'CONNELSVILLE : FRIDAY July 14. 1S71. Prohibition STATE TICKET. FOB GOVKRKOK, GIDEON T. bTEWART, of Huron. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, T. At. WEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, L. B. SILVER, of Colunibiaua. FOR SCPRKMB JUDOE, SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. roR TREASURER, THOMAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware. FOR ATTORNEY GEXERM., X Y. STISCIICOilB. of Hocking. FOR STATE COMMISSIONER OF COM. SCHOOLS, .n .intif i TlT F 1. ., DR. SOLOllU-N UUWABi', oi FOR CMCRK OF SUPRKS1E COURT. ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOR At PITOR OF ETATK, W. B. CilADVyiCK. of Franklin. rBouTisixiox iovstx tic- KCT. For Representative, DAVID MUMilEY. For Auditor, TnOMAS HAMMOND. For Clerk of the Court, JAMES A . NEELE"i. For Sheriff, JAMES D. MARIS . For Commissioner, ROBERT LUTTON, For Infirmary Director, U. P. DEARBORN. For Coroner, WILLIAM CUPPT. Platform of the National Prohibition Party. Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r. Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r. 2, 1869. Whrrras,...

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 July 1871

:the independent. K8KPH A KKLLT, EDITOR AKO PROPRIETOR. il COHiiELSYILLE. OHIO : miPAT July 14. T IS It jSX " OP 'THIS PAPER. SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year, when not paid in advance, $2.00 One copy, one year, casta in advance, $1.59 TO CLUBS. Ta a Club of ten, one dol y lar and thirty-five cent": each. $13.50 To a Club of filtecn, one dollar and tiventy-five cents each, $IS.73 For the Campaign or 1S11, 40 Cent per Copy. S&- ALL DELINQUENTS will be charged up, in all cases, at tha rate of Two Dollars a vear. 11. B. Vincent & Bro. are the local agents here for the sale of the trrover & Baker Bowing machines. T T Ctjv im V IB TAnAVflf inir ilitnnra about bis Merchant Tailoring Estab- 1 1 . j i r ii iibuoiHii geiuug rcauj lor lue rail trade. Thb Special Term of the Court of Common Plea, for Morgan Coun ty, convenes on Tuesday morning, the ISth. A shock of wheat was struck and consumed by lightning in James A. McConnel's -wheat field, east of town. flnrin a tliA sto...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 14 July 1871

Anecdotes of Rufus Cheate. Rurtrs Choate and Chief Justice Shw of Mass .chusau, often indulted 1p wordy txmbtU, n.ni it was gt-r.enV.i-y. fr,'ey e pendud by both sides Cn.e wa. once arguiup a cau befo the Chief Justice (who w8 oue of Vhe horncliwst men ever elevau-d ttUy;, bench), and, to express his rt-vetence ,or the conceded ability of the judge, said, in yieldinir to au adverse de- ' In coming into the presence of your honor, I experience the same feelings the Hindoo does when he bows before his idol. I know that you are ugly, but I feel that you are great !" It is said that Choate had a command of language, and his brain teemed with a w- altu of diction truly marvelous. When Judge tihaw first heard that there was a fresu edition of Worcester's dictionary out, coutiicing 2,500 new words, he ex clnimefi, "For heaven's sake, don't let Cheque get hold nf it" Choate, in an important asault and bat tery cae at sea, had Di'k Barton, chief mate of the clipper-ship Challenge, on the sta...

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