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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 21 July 1871

Poetry. A DAY IN EARLY HAY-TIME. 8 blulx watery donas begin to rise, befers tba mid day hoar. And beaded drops on water-jars foretell an early aadwen The honse-do seeks his favorite grass while cos ing down the lane. And tzee-toads in the poplar bough are propLssy lngrain. The quail since early morning hours has piped Ml . ftong, " Kara wet I" And cackoos in the maple grove ere sinking " cuckoo " yeu The mower drone his scythe, and wipes the sweat tram off his brow: Two loads of choicest cloyer hay are read; (or the mow. "Be quick and pet the ox-team, John! Frank harness op Old Gray I And James may leave off spreading swatitf, and tumoie up ine nay." A dark cloud with its watery folds now suets the farmer's eje. And- muttering indistinct are heard ticsg ti f6on ohn comes hurrying to the Held, wiia Get np, mar: ree, untrai : The stalwart form of Farmer Day b alcosi ioit to aigau The hay goes on the rick so fast that John cries " Father, stop. And let me lav the corners ont and biaa t...

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 July 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. M'CONNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, . . . . . July U, IST1. Prohibition . STATE TICKET. FOR GOVRRKOR, GIDEON T. STEWART, of Euron. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, I. M. WEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOR BOARR OF PUBLIC WORKS, L. B. SILVER, of Columbiana. FOR BCPREMR JCDGB, BAJIUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. FI R TREASURER, TH0MA8 EVANS, Jr., of Delaware. FOR ATTO RICKY GENERAL, J. W. STIXCHCOMB, of Hoeking. FOR STATE COMMISSIONER OF COX. SCHOOLS, DR. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens. FOR CLRRK OF SUPREME COURT, ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOR AUDITOR OF STATR, AT. B.V HAD WICK, of Franklin. pxiouTmnoV coixTir tic ket. For Representative, DAVID MUMMEY. For Auditor, THOMAS HAMMOND. For Clerk of the Court, J A M E 8 A . NEELEY. For Sheriff, JAMES D. MARIS. For Commissioner, KOBERT LUTl'OS, For Infirmary Director, H. P. D E ARBORN . For Coroner, WILLIAM CUPPY. Platform of the National Prohibition Party. Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r. 2, 1869. Whereas, Protection and allegiance are reciprocal duties...

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 July 1871

FT INDEPENDENT. . RELLT, IDITOR akd proprietor. 302T.NELSV1LLE, OHIO : 'AT July 21. IST1 TEEH B At HIS PAPER . SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. copy, one Tear, when t paid In advance. 2.00 copy, one year, cash advance, $1.50 TO CLUBS. a Clnb of ten. one dol- r and thirty-five cent n ch. S13.50 a Club of fifteen, one liar and twenty-five nts each, SIS.75 the campaign or 1571, 40 Cents per Copy ALL DELINQUENTS will be Srgecl up, in ail cases, at the rate f fi Dollars a year. new Democratic paper will its first appearance next ike fcek. iUOCHRAN. iJeZMAiTS Jo. are m fceipt of a large assortment of very (perior JUocust Hubs tor wagons. IRkv. J. P. McLane has recovered Iffieicntly from his recent illness be again on the streets. Vast improvements have been ade in Ilolbrook'e Wagon Manu ctory. A more extended notice xt week. Tux Stoamcr Siren left bore yes day for another trip down the hio, laden witb products of ibe .uakingum Valley. The Steamer Mink still plies her acrular triDS between iere and Ea...

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 July 1871

Damon and Pythias. BY THE "FAT CONTRIBUTOR." Tub Knights of Pythias, wys the Omaha correspondent of U Cincinnati Jm, art making quite a sensation in Omaha at present. I can find out very lit tle about that mysterious order. The title of the ordr was doubtless mpeested by the history of those ancient Greek buffers who carried on a general friendship busi ness nnder the fi:m name of " Damon & Pythias." Thise worth!. lived in byra cnse ( N. Y. . and were consequently known as "Salt Pinters." Their back doors fronts each other, and they were the wpj-mest kind of friends, even in mid-win-ver. Their friendship dated back to the days of sunny childhood. If one of them had anything be always wanted the ether to have some of it. It, for instance, Da mon got a licking from the school master, he wasn't satisfied until Pythias got one too. Pythias pot the measles once, and he went right oil and gave them to Damon. They shared everything together. Damon found his father's whissv bottle one d...

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 July 1871

Poetry. OLD MADELINE. BY LUCY LARCOM. a crumpled paper in her band Old Madeline wept. Plmly the candle flict ered on the stand ; Vp the dark cftimney flared a smouldering brand; The whole bouse slept. Aad Hadeline's care bad made that eleeptng sweet; For all day Ion; She pattered to and fro with Mfrht, quick feet; And while her broom made nook and corner neat She hammed a song A broken sinrin?, thin and pitiful, '' ' And yet in tune. With all that THltM trrt-at Ivrlr. mnilral It stopped tbe children, harrying ont of school, - At night or noon. - Sow a quaint hymn ; now "Jamie on the sea;" That anng in fur tnankrgtvinirs used to be, In eavage days before the land was free ; - , A glee or catch; Xo matter what the children gathered near For all and urh. Pathos of moaning wind thronjrh branches sere. u.mi m vi wtos uiai uib in nunrot ci ar On some lone beach. To-night she eM fa silence. Every night " For year and year. Hire had she cower -d by the lae candlelight Orer the worn-out prin...

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 July 1871

THE INDEPENDENT, M'CONNELSVILLE : FRIDAY jUy as. isti. Prohibition STATE TICKET. FOB BOVICSllOR, GIDEON T. bTEWART, of Huron. fob i.rEtrr. governor, P. II. WEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, I B. SILVER, of Columbiana. FOR EFPRRMK JCDAE, SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga, FOR TKKASUBER, THOMAS EVANS, Jr., f Delaware. FOR ATTORXKV GRKERAL, J. W. STINCHCOMB, of Uocking. fOKflTATE mHWIBAIAVGR a-il? rAU onrvyxi a v w . vv. nn vw ojuwbjo. DR. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athena. FOB CLERK OF SUPREME POTTRT. ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOR AUDITOR OF STATU, VT. B. CHADVVICEL, of Franklin. FRODIIlITIOX COI ATY TIC KET. For Representative, DAVID MCMMEY. For Auditor, THOMAS HAMMOND. For Clerk of the Court, JAMES A. NEELEY. For Sheriff JAMES D. MARIS . For Commissioner, , ROBERT LU TTO X , For Infirmary Director, , H. P. D E ARBORN . For Coroner, WILLIAM CUPPY. Platform of the National Prohibition Party. Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r. 2, 1869. Whereas, Protection and allegiance are...

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 July 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. lO&tFB A. KLi.T, KDITOB AMD PKOPHIkloa. Jf 'C0NA'3L8VILLEf OHIO : FRIDAY, . , . Juty as, t,t. nOT JQ Ji A S THIS; PAPER. SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year, when not paid In advance, $2.00 One copy, one year, casta In advance, fl.50 TO CLUBS. To a Clnb or ten, one dot - lar and thirty-five cents each. $13.50 To a Clnb of fifteen, one dollar and twenty-five cents each, 18.75 For the Campaign of 18Y1. 40 Cents per Copy. ALL DELINQUENTS will be charred up, in all cases, at the rate of 1 wo Dollars a vear. I ihi circulation oi our paper was never as large as at present end we re pleased to be able to state that it is increasing with ev ery issue. If the friends of the pa per, ana the cause it advocates, would but interest themselves to tively in behalf of it for a few days, we teei sure inat it circulation cop Id be made larger than any pa per ever bad in this county. We wish our friends to remember that the more liberally a paper is pat ronised, the more able ...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 28 July 1871

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Ditidkkds can bo used to keep policies in force in the Mutual Life, of Chicago. Thkt recently had a storm in Texas which traveled 730 miles in thirty hours. New York has twenty nine miles of water front and over seventeen miles of saloons. The Washington is purely mutual, and divides its profits among its policy-holders only. A daughter of a New Tork stock broker exults over the fact that she has been to Europe six times, and has never seen the insido of her mother's kitchen. Thk largest telescope in the world is now being made at Cambridge, II ass., for the government. Three or four jears will be required to complete it. An Irish magistrate, censuring some boys for loitering in the street, said : If everybody were to stand in the streets, how could anybody get by?" A fellow tried to hang himself in London not long ago, and the magistrate before whom he was taken very properly ordered him to pay the man who cut him down ten shillings for the job. In the midst of...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 4 August 1871

Poetry. THE DEACON'S STORY. BY N. S. EMERSON. Tin solemn old bells in the steeple Are rtagin'. I gneas you know why I No! WelL, then, I'll tell yoo, though mostly It's whispered about on the sly. Some six weeks ago, achnrch meetln' Was called for nobody knew what; But we went, and the pan-on was present, And I dontt know who, or who not. Some twenty odd members, I catenate. Which mostly was women, of course; Though I don't mean to car aught ag'm' vm, I've seen many fathering worpe. There, In the front row. sat the deacons. The eldest was old Deacon Pryor; A man countln' foarecore-and-seven; And gin'raliy full of his Ire. Beside him, his wife, conn tin' fourscore, A kind-hearted, motherly soul; And next to her, young Deacon Hartley, A good Christian man on the whole. Miss Parsons, a epinstrr of fifty. And long a?o laid ou the shelf. Bad wedged herself next: and, beside her. Was Deacon Monroe that'e myself. The meeln' was soon called to order. The Darson looked clnm as a text: We gaze...

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. — 4 August 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. M'COXNELSVILLE : FRIDAY AncnM 4, IST1. Prohibition STATE TICKET. FOB OOVKRKOR, GIDEON T. STEWART, of Enron. FOR l.tECT. GOVERNOR, P. M. tVEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOR BOARD OF PrBLlC WIKIS, I B. SILVER, of Columbiana. FOR ECPRKMB JIPOK, SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. FOR TREASURER, THOMAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware. FOR ATTakXKY GENERAL, J. W. STIXCilCOMB, of Mocking. TOR8TATR COMMISSIONER OF COM. SCHOOLS, D1C SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens. FOR CJ.tT.K OF srPRKDK rol'RT. ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOR ACPITOR OF STATU, tV. B.C11ADWICK, of Franklin. FROIIII1ITIOX COl.T TIC KET. For Representative, DAVID MUMM K V. For Auditor, THOMAS HAMMOND. For Clei k of the Court. JAMES A. N E E L E Y . For Sheriff, . JAMES D. MARIS. For Commissioner, ROB ER T LU TTO X , For Infirmary Director, n. P. DEARBORN. For Coroner, WILLIAM CUPPY. Platform of the National Prohibition Party. Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sepf'r. 2, 1869. Whereas, Protection and allegiance are reciprocal duties, and...

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. — 4 August 1871

HE INDEPENDENT EPH A. KEU.Y, KlTO AKD PROPMETOR. M'CONJNJiLSVlLLE. ORIO : FlIOAY, . . . Aliens! 4. T IS Jrl 2d. B op fHlS PAPER. SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. ne copy, one year, when not paid in advance, $2.00 ne copy, one year, cash In advance. TO CLTJB3. o a Clult of (en. one dol lar and tRirty-flve cents each. $13.50 a Club of ftlleen, one dollar and twenfy-uve cents each, IS.?5 or (he Campaign 'of XS71, 40 Cents per Copy, gr ALL DELINQUENTS will be harped up, in all cases, at the rate of wo Dollars a var. WASHINGTON COUNTY PROHIBITION CONVENTION. At Marietta, Friday, Sept, 1st, at One O'clock, P. M. All voters in Washington "Conn- ty, who are favorable 10 theoreran lization ot a froiuDition .Party in Raid County, are invited to attend a County Convention, to be held ai in Marietta, on Friday, September 1st, 1871. at one o'clock P. M., fr the pcrposc lot nominating candidates for tho following offices, to be voted for at I the next October election, to-wit: Jieprescntative, County Treasur...

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. — 4 August 1871

About Barbers. BY MARK TWAIN. AH thing change except barbers, the Ways of barbers, and the surroundings of barbers. These never change. What one experiences in a barber shop the first time he enters one, is what he always experi ences in barber shops afterward till the end of his days. 1 got shaved this morn ing as usual. A man approached the door from Jones street as I approached it from Maui a thing that always happens. I harried up, but it was of no use ; he en tered the door one little step ahead of me, and I followed in on his heels and saw him take the only vacant chair, the one presided over by the best barber. It al ways happens so. I sat down, hoping that I might fall heir to the chair belong ing to the better of the remaining two bar bers, for he had already begun combing his man's hair, while his comrade was not yet quite done rubbing up and oiling his customer's locks. I watched the proba bilities with strong interest. When I saw that No. 2 was gaining on No. 1, my in te...

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. — 11 August 1871

Miscellany. KIT CARSON'S RIDE. BY JOAQUIN MILLER. Ton bet yo; I rather pie to. whoii. " biser. Whoa. Pacha, boy, No. you, whiten think to. to look at his eyea ; Bat be is badeer blind, and it happened thin wise: lay in ibe grasses and the sunburnt clover; That spre&4 on the ground like great brown cover; Korthward and southward and west, and away To the Brazos, to where onr lodges lay. One broad and unbroken sea of brown, ' Awaiting the curtains of night to come down. To cover us over and conceal our flkrht With my brown bride, won from an Indian town That lay In the rear the full ride of a night. We lounged In the grasses her eyes were on mine, And her hands on my knee, and her hair was as wine In its wealth and its flood, pouring on and all over Her bosom wine-red, and pressed never by one. And her tonch was as warm as the tinge or the clover Burned brown as It reached to the kiss of the sun ; And her words were as low aa the lute-throated dove. And laden with love as the hear...

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. — 11 August 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. M'COXNELSVILLE : " FRIPAT, . . Angunt 11. ISn. Prohibition STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, GIDEON T. STEWAKT, of Enron. FOR UEITT. GOVERKOR, P. M. WEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOR BOARD OF PCBJ.1C WORKS, L. B. SILVEK, of Columbiana. FOR SUPRRXC JUDGE, SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. FOE TREASURER, THOMAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, J. W. STIXCHCOMB, of Uockine. FOR 8TATE COMMISSIONER OP COM. SCHOOLS, DR. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens. FOR CLERK OF 6CPRKIIE COURT ARZA, ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOR AUDITOR OF STATK, W. B.CIlADWICK.ofFiJnklin. PROIIIBITIOV 'OVTY TIC KET. For Representative, DAVID MUMMEY. For Auditor. THOMAS HAMMOXD. For Clerk of the Court, JAMES A. NEELEY For HherifT, JAMES D. MARIS. For Commissioner, ROBERT LU TTO X , For Infirmary Director, H. P. D E ASEOBN . For Coroner, WILLIAM CUPPY. Platform of the National Prohibition Party. Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r. 2, 1869. Whereas, 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. — 11 August 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. lOSEPH A. KELLY, KD1TOR AKD FROP&1ETOS. H'CONtfSLSVILLfi, OHIO : rmpAY, . . . Amraiit 11. isti. TEEMS OF THIS PAPER. SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one rear, when not paid In advance, - $2.00 One copj, one year, cash In advance, $1.50 TO CLUBS. To a Club or ten, one dol lar and thlrty-flve cent each. $13.50 To a Club of fifteen, one dollar and twenty-five cents each, $IS.?5 For the Campaign 'of 1S11, 40 Cent per Copy. f ALL DELINQUENTS will be charged up. in all cases, at the rate of J wo Dollars a vear. Mas. Samuel SWeeZt, fur years a resident of Malta, died recant) j in California. Thrxe Kinds of Ice Cream, Lem on. Vanilla and Peach, all at Bemie to-night and tomorrow night. A game of bfipe ball is to be play ed at CheBterfield tomorrow between the "Scbrobis," of Chesterfield, and the Hopewell club. Judge F. W. Wood and family returned last Friday from a two weeks tour to Pal-in Bay. Niagara Falls, Montreal, Quebec, JSew York City, and back home. Miss Mart Wsl...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 11 August 1871

Scientific Tests-Curious Phenomena. The London Popular Science Bene for July, which is edited by Mr. Crookes, an eminent chemist, and a Fellow of the Royal Society, contains an account by himself partially confirmed and attested also by Dr. Hoggins, the eminent astrono mer, whose great and quite recent services in relation to the astronomical applica tions of spectrum analysis has been ac knowledged in all quarters, and who is One of the most distinguished members of the Royal Society, and by Mr. Sergeant Cox, both of whom were present of some very curious experiments made on Mr. Home's asserted physical powers as a me dium, as it is called, though no counte nance is lent by the experimentor or his friends to the hypothesis of the agency of invisible beings of which the word "me dium" is a remnant. Mr. Crookes and Mr. Sergeant Cox both seem convinced that these experiments prove the existence of a peculiar force which they call "psyclch," proceeding directly from tie nervous system ...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 18 August 1871

Poetry. BY MILLIE W. CARPENTER. driftirif down afrain ; Uweepa acMMBtbe rt e-pnK Im, :! ' Jt trembles o, the windaw pane,., . And ronnri tb- hill tfrtmtl ta rirawn-. " H,o1a andlonfctne daywtll b-t --No-liht, bo warmiK it iirlrigsw or, Foryoa,my lovel my lovel to day , Wait In the eweetSonth far away. Bow wait yon! In soma grassy place. smUv? ,Mf 'fi. -!: oeneain an area or Bowery trees, A antle upon your aptnraed face; ! ' Yonr- hands olasped Idly on yonr knees? -My lore I my lovel the day Is dark; Tha rain Is dull and cold ; and hark! -Tha wind Is np: I hear the sea '. That separates yoa, 4jar, from me. ;. . , . . .What happy nn shtnes In yonr eyes? W oat flower cf Prance about yen bloom? . .. What rare sequester beanry Ilea ' - Far in the low hills' purplish gloomy The tardea leaves aboiu m fall. - - ' .';: Tne vines hang loosely on the wall ; And, bush I across the storm comes.' fttinl: ' The riuy -dove's msrmvriiig, low-complaint. -: h Dear lovel when in some still noonday ' ''...

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. — 18 August 1871

THE . INDEPENDENT. M'COSXKLSVILLE : FRIDAY, . . . August is. iSTt. Prohibition STATE TICKET. FOR GOVKRKOR, GIDEON T. STEWART, of Buron. - FOS I.IECT. GOVERNOR, T. IX. WEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOR BOARD OF FUBLIC WORKS, L. B. SILVEH, of Columbiana. FOR BCPREMR JUDOS, SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. TOR TREASURER, TITOJIAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware. FOR ATTORNEY G EKE RAT., J. W. STIXCHCOMB, of Uocking. FOR STATE COMMISSIONER OF COM. SCHOOLS, DR. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens. FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT, ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOR AUDITOR OF STATE, 7. B. CHAD WICK, of Franklin. PROHIBITION tClfSTT TIC KET. ' For Representative, DAVID MUJIAIEY. For Auditor, THOMAS HAMMOND. For Clerk of the Court, JAUES A, XEELEY. For Sheriff, JAMES D. MA.RIS. For Commissioner, ROBERT LUTTO N , For Infirmary Director, U, P. D E AKBOKX . For Coroner, WILLI A H CUPPY. Platform of the National Prohibition Party. Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r. 2, 1869. Whereas, Protection and allegiance are . reciproc...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 18 August 1871

1Q6EPH A. EEU.T, EDITOR AKD t B0PR1ETOR. MXXNtf2L8VLLLE, OflIC-: rnrpY, . . . Aatrntjt 18. ISTi. T E II SIS THIS PAPER. snrar.s subscription. One copj, m ycar, ttlmi -not paid Id advance, ne copy, one year, eash In advance, $1.50 TO CLCBS. " To a Club or ten, one dot lur and thirty-five cents To a Club of fifteen, one dollar and twenty-five Tent earti, - ALL bELINYDTTESTS will h charted op. in all cases, at the rate of i wo vol lars a vear. THE ' INDT?P"RNTiT5NT- CAN ONE WHO HAS BEEN A DEMOCRAT FROM PRINCIPLE SUPPORT THE SOCALLED DEMOCRATIC TICKET NEW IN THE FIELD! The question asked above, is one of great importance to the Demo cratic voters of Ohio. There are fcone, w tietteve, no matter bow bitter their opposition and hatred to Democracy has been, but will admit that ibev admire the Jovo tioii to principle evidenced by the Democratic masses during the war, lime when it tried a man's soul to avow h!mell r. Democrat. Then . to bo Dctronral, was to be hissed BDd jeered at by neighbo...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 18 August 1871

A Wrestle with Niagara. I wa standing at) mt thirty or forty yard in advanra of the Clifton, that is. tairty or forty yanvg nearer the horse-shoe along the brink of the rocks, and opposite the American 1M1. The ground mxx-i h ve be-n about the same height as the opposite fan, but, owiug to the immense hill down which, the rapids rash, it was possible to distinguish any object of the size of boat a considerable distance above the fall, so th.t, now as it was pointed oat to me, I saw in the middle of the rapids, a huge log of wood, the trunk of a tree, which had lodged theie some years before, and upon it a black speck. This, after some obser vation, I perceived to move. It was a nun. Tea, he and his two companions had, on the previous night, been rowing about some distance above the fall. By some means or other they had ventured too near the rapids, had lost all command of their boat, and had been hurried away to de struction It was supposed that about half a mile above the fall the ...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
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