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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 25 August 1871

Poetry. UNDER THE STARS. 'Twaa on a clondless summer night ; The mooo threw down her radiant light: lhe riror ran, s silrer thread, Eeside the eurvinz road tnt led Around the hills-wnh Uuirh and song, A merry ciowu, we arove along. Beside me eat yon know a friend ; Mt " toward I ho bTm ra rA rnA . "How bright PI said. Ue answered " Tee a b orient ntunr Bat. dear, yon guess Td: woile for me th stare did shine Bis eyes looked level into mine. Jnst then, from bine moonlighted space A star dropped; ali its sbinhu? race Looked after it and blinked away In CArelsa wonder: "Utiick, I pray, And wish, before t falls, I cried. 44 I've wished," he quickly replied. Bnt whit he wished he wonld not tell Although 1 teased him" All the spell Were broken if th s mhrht be told ; But when airain the scattered irold Should rprinkle all the heavenly bine. He'd tell me, and 'twould all come true. nd all the right the rtare looked down Inquisitive till morning's frown Of angry red obscured th-ir li-ht. Th...

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. — 25 August 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. M'COXXELSVILLE : FRIDAY. . . . AnsrtiKt !, IS71. Prohibition STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, GIDEOX T. STEWART, of Huron. FOR MECT. COVERXOR, P. M. WEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOR BOARD OP PrBI.IC WORKS, It. B. SILVER, of Columbiana. FOR 6CPRF.MR JCIM5E, SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. F"R TKEASCREB, THOMAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware. FOR ATTORVET GENERAL, J. W. STIXCHC05IB, of Hocking. FOR STATE COMMISSIONER OF COM. SCHOOLS vr -n . .-v. ll ra..,, , DE. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens, i 1 FOR CLERK OF srPREME CorRT. A HZ A ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOR ATOITOR OF STATU, W. B. CHADWICK. of Franklin. FROXIIIJITIOX COl'ATY TIC IiXT. For Representative, DAVID MUMMEY. For Auditor, THOMAS HAMMOND. For Clerk of the Court, JAMES A. NEELEY. For Sheriff, JAMES D . MARIS. For Commissioner, ROBERT LUT-FJJ, For Infirmary Directo. ,' IT . P. D E ARB 0"R N . For Coroner, WILLIAM CUPPY. WASHINGTON COUNTY PROHIBITION CONVENTION. AH voters in Washington Coun tv, who are favorable to the organ ization of a ...

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. — 25 August 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. JOSEPH A KELLY, tDITOR AND PHOI-KI KTOB. M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO : FIIIDAV, . . . Aurust 25, ISM. TEEMS OF THIS PAPER. SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year, wlien not paid In advance, $2.00 One copy, one year, casta In advance, $1.50 TO CLUBS. To a Clnb of ten, one dol lar and thirty-five cents each. 13.50 To a Club of fifteen, one dollar and twenty-five cents each, $13.75 t&" ALL DELINQUENTS will be charged up, in all cases, at the rate of Two Dollars a year. GRAND RALLY OF THE PROHIBITIONISTS AT CHESTERFIELD. Saturday Evening, September 2nd. GIDEON T. STEWART, Pro hibition Candidate for Governor, will address the people at CHES TERFIELD, M orpm County, Ohio, c SATURDAY EVENING, Sep tember 2nd, IS71, on the mot-t vital questions that are now agitating the minds of the people questions aris ing from that great curse, the LIQ UOR TRAFFIC. EVERYBODY is invited to attend, and all will be amply repaid for the tim spent TURN OUT AND HEAR SOME Till.Mr jXKW I somctuin;...

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. — 25 August 1871

Munchausen in California. A. cocpi.k of weeks ago I started on m vi-it to Yosemite Valley. The Stockton boat leaws San Fraucisco at half past 4 o clock ia the afternoon. I arrived at the whtrf just a moment too late to (ret on b rd, and instead of waiting until the next day, I determined to go to Stockton on horseback, by land rou'e. I according ly croBStd the bay to Oakland, or as it is oeiier icnovrn "Little l'eddlmeton" pro cured a horse and rode over the Liverniore Valley, wh-re IstaidalLcigbt with a ranch er, who was known in the valley as Clamps." They all call him that because he pot rich by holding on to his money with a degree of fortitude not universal in in this country. Well, as supper tinn an- proauus i, -j!amp3 assea me U 1 would like some egs, and how I preferred it, hard or soft, Ooiled or fried. I told him I wonld and that it would suit me best soft-hoiled. In few momenta there enme Clamps and his wife, rolling an egg the size of a fl ur buret, which they boiled 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. — 1 September 1871

Poetry. CALEB AND RUTH. Vxcim Ciin and Ruth, hta wife. Caring little for outeide weather. Fifty years of their wedded life Spent la this tiny honse together. Mossy the roof and pray the wall. Narrow the window, low the door; Bnt love's own sunlight hallowed it all. From raftered ceiling to sanded floor. Bilent toauay: hot stiver tweet ' Voice of children long ago, . Keeping time with their resllees feeL Followed the mother to and fro. Scattered afar from East to West, Seeking their fortune far and wide; No one stave in tbe olden nest. Where each beautiful memories hide. Caring nan eh t for the tbe desolate pain Of the wind in the pine tree tops. Caring naught for the grieving rain That eo sadly over them drops. Heeding as little the sunbeam's kiss,' Falling aweet from the summer sky, In a narrower noose than this Caleb and Bath together lie . Vp where the many mansions wait. is were, i wonaer. a c there, I wonder, a cottage small too stately its pearly eate. not too stately its pear...

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. — 1 September 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. M'CONKELSVILLE : FRIDAY Sept. 1st, I8T1, ProhibitioD STATE TICKET. FOB OOVKBHO, GIDEON T. STEWART, of Huron. TOR LICT7T. G0VIRK0K, P. M. WEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, L. B. SILVER, of Columbiana. TOR SUrRKMR JUDGB, 8AMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. FOB TREABCRBB, THOMAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware. FOR ATTORHIT 0K5GRAL, J. W. STINCHCOMB, of Hocking. FOB STATE CONK IMIOKIB OF COM. SCHOOLS, DR. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens. FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT, ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOB AUDITOR OF STATE, W. B. CHAD WICK, of Franklin. FROIIIBITIOX COriSTY TICKET. Fop Representative, DAVID MDMMEY. For Auditor, TH0MA8 HAMMOND. For Clerk of the Court, JAMES A. NEELET. For Sheriff, JAMES D. MARIS. For Commissioner, ROBERT LDTTOH, 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. Weibias, Protection and allegiance are reciprocal duties, and 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. — 1 September 1871

M'CONN EL8VILL JE. OHIO : FRIDAY, .... Sept. 1st, IHTi THE INDEPENDENT, OSPB A. KLLY, DITOB ABO PKOPRKTO&. tee :mts THIS PAPER . SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year, cash to aaiaoce, i.vu TO CLUBS. To Clubs of five, or upward, ach subscriber, $1.56 GRAND RALLY OF THE PROHIBITIONISTS AT CHESTERFIELD. Saturday Evening. September 2nd. GIDEON T. STEWART, Pro hibitioo Candidate for Governor, Vill address the people at CHES- TJUCFLKLD, Morgan County, Ohio, on SATURDAY EVENING, Sep tember 2nd, 1871, on the most vital questions that are now agitating the minds of the people questions arra- lng from that great curee, the LIQ UOR TRAFFIC. .EVERYBODY is invited to attend, and all will be amply repaid for the time spent. TURN OUT AND HEAR SOME THING NEW I something that is of the most vital importance to ev ery member ot society I All who bare seen members of their own family stricken down bv the Liauor Tramc should be present I AH who have seen their neighbors and friends fall by the p...

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. — 1 September 1871

Waiting for the Ship. About an h Jhrt ride from the Plaza there is a high bluff with the ocean break ing uninterruptedly along its rocky beach. There are several cottages on the sands, which look as if they might have been recently cast up by a heavy sea. The col tivated patch behind each tenement is fenced in by bamboos, broken spars and driftwood. With its few preen cabbages and turnip tops, each garden looks like an aquarium with the water turned off. In fact you would not be surprised to meet a mer-man digging among the pota toes, or a mermaid milking a sea-cow hard by. Near this place formerly arose a great semaphoric telegraph with its gaunt arms tossed up against the horizon. It has been replaced by an observatory, connected with an electric nerve to the heart of the great commercial city. From this point the in coming ships are signaled, and again checked ofT at the City Exchange And while we are here looking for the ex pected steamer, let me tell you a story : Not long aso,...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 8 September 1871

Poetry. Poetry. IN THE LANE. BY CELIA THAXTER. Br cottage wall the !n blow ; Rich spikes of perfume stand and sway At open easements, where all day The warm wind waves them to and fro. Oat of the shadow of the floor, into the go den morning air. Comes one who makes the daj more fair And summer sweeter than before. The apple-blossoms might hare shed V pon her cheek the bloom so rare; The son baa kissed her bright brown hair. Braided about her gracefa. head. Lightly betwixt the lilacs Ull She pas-es, through the garden pate, Across ine roaa, taa ays w wait A moment by the orchard wall ; And then In gracious light and shade. Beneath the blossom-laden trees, 'Mid song of birds and ham of bees Ebe stays, unconscious, unafraid. Tni swiftly o'er the grassy space Comes one whose step she fain wonld stay; uih as uic uvwij-ruMsa ay He stoops to read her drooping lace. Her face is like the morning skies, , Bright, timid, tender, bluriiiog sweet; She dares not trust her-own to meet The steady s...

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. — 8 September 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. M'CONXELSVILLE : FRIDAY Sept. Slh. IS71. Prohibition STATE TICKET. FOB COVKRK0R, GIDEON T. STEWART, of Huron. ro wetr. governor, P. II. WEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOR BOARD OF TVtl.K WORKS, L. B. SILVER, of Columbian. FOR SFrSKVIC jcnr.K, BAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. VK THEA8CRER, 1H0MA8 EVANS, Jr., of Delaware. ro ATTORNEY GENERAL, J. W. STINCHCOMB, of Hocking. VORITATC COMMISSIONER OP COM. SCHOOLS, DB. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens. FOB CLRRK OF StTrRRHI COURT. ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOB AUDITOR PF STATR, W. B. CHAD WICK, of Franklin. ProblbllloaSenatorlal Tlek-et-14tb District. For Senator, WILLIAM PENROSE, of Washington; County. Morgan Couaty Prototjltlon Ticket. For Representative, David mum met. For Auditor, THOMAS HAMMOND. For Clerk of the Court, IA1IE8 A . N E E L E Y . For Sheriff, i M 1 8 D , MARIS. For Commissioner, SOBERT L'UTTOH, For Infirmary Director, H , P. DEARBORN. For Coroner, WILLIAM CUPPY. Washington County Problbl Hon Ticket. For Representative, L...

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. — 8 September 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. IQStrS A. KKLLT, EDITOR AXU PBOfKlKTOB. SICONNELSVILLE, OHIO : FRIDiT Sept. Slh. IST1. T E U JSX S THIS PAPER. SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year, cash In advance, S2.00 TO CLUBS. To CI aba of five, or upward, each subscriber, $1.30 No change in the home markets line last week. Ws gee by posters that 'he "'Hoe Law" is to be enforced after the 1st of October. . Chribtopkcr Fox is the happy father of a pair of twins born yesterday morning. B. F. Powta has purchased the Phiiip Btrahl residence, just below this place, for l,oS0. The Sherman meeting at Bever ly last week is . acknowledged to Lave been a failure. ' Robert Conn, aged upward of sixty years, died at his home near Hackney, this County, ou Wednes day of last wetk. . James Betnolds, of Malta, has ' purchased two town lots, owned by the Catholic Church, of this place, for four hundred dollar. Dr. John Ewino started on an other trip to Havre de Grace, M J., to see. his lather who the telegraph says cannot li...

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. — 8 September 1871

An Indian Killer Interviewed. There been stopping in this city for a coupijj 0f flays pgg one 0f those charac- " : wno nave made for themselves a jiebrity for their braverv and daring on the plains of the far West, among the Indians and the buffalo; in recounting Whose deeds, hair-breadth escapes and peculiar life, the rages of romance are filled. The person to whom we refer is no less a character than "Camanche Bill," who is reputed to be the slayer of no less than one nun area ana eighty-three Indi ans. He has been nine years on the plains, part of which time he has been in the employ of the government as a scout. He has hunted and killed Indians for the Eleasore and sweets of revenge, and unted and trapped of necessity. He is now on his return to his old life in the West, having been on a visit to his early home in Minnesota. He is about twenty eight years of age, of slender build, sandy complexion, with a profusion of hair that he wears long on the neck. His dress is a pair of 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. — 15 September 1871

Poetry. A RECIPE FOR YEAST. A KAjrorn. null of fragrant bop deposit In kettle: Then add a pint of Adam's ale, and boll them till they settle; Then If you wish to brew good yeast lively and sweet, you'd aughter Take four potatoes, medium elsed, and wash them well with water; Stoat them of their Jackets next in common par lance, em Then make aHnrance doubly tore, and banish all pollution, Br an frequently giving tnem another grand ablu tlon: Then boil them half an hoar, perhapt; of course vnnr tnHtrmttnt nainer Or ateam tnem. If yon like it beet, the method's of your cnooein . But whether boiled or cooked by steam, the procet should l-e rapid ; Potato modemuly cooked are heavy, soggy. vapia. Then mash them thoroughly, each lump with vij or DulveriziBC. And pot them In a vessel which leaves ample room for rising; -A cup half tilled with sngar dri; 'twill sweeten it enough; ? It needs the same amount or salt; yonll find It The bop iifajloii strain is nexqelnst, yon mind, oy measure ; Th...

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. — 15 September 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. M'COKNELSVILLE I FRIPAT, ... Sept. 15!h, ISTI. Prohibition STATE TICKET. FOR OOTKRN01, CIDEOX T. STEWART, of Huron. FOR MEUT. GOVKRKOR, r. M. WEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, L. B. SILVER, of Columbiana. FOR 8PPEEME JCHUR, SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. FOR TRBA6UREB, 1 IIOMAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware. FOB ATTORNEY OF.NERAL, J. W. STINCHCOMB, of Hocking. PR 8TATS COMXISSIOKER OF COM. SCHOOLS, DR. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens. FOR CLKRK OF 6UPRKXE COURT. ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOR AUDITOR PF BTATR, W. B.CHADVICK,of.Franklin. trbil!(lon Senatorial Tlck-et-14ttt District. For Senator. WILLIAM PENROSE, of Washington County. Morgan County Prcliibitlen Ticket. Fop Representative. DAVID MUMMEY. Fop Auditor, THOMAS HAMMOND. For Clerk of the Court, JAMES A . N E E L E Y . - For Sheriff, aMJ8 D. MARIS. For Commissioner, HOB ER T LUTTO S, For Infirmary Director, II . P. DEARBORN. For Coroner, WILLIAM Cl'PPY. YTHbblBglon County Prohibi tion Ticket. For Represent...

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. — 15 September 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. JOSEPH A. KELLY, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. il'CONWSLSVILLfi, OHIO : FRIDAY, . . . .!Sept. 13fh,lS71. TERMS THIS PAPER. SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year, cash In advance, $2.00 to Clubs. To Clubs ol fire, or upward, each subscriber, . S 1.50 Mains has gone Republican by an lncroased majority. California lias changed front politically gone Republican. Hit. L. MeGciait will preach in the M. E. Church on nexv 8 jnday, morning and eve ning. The Premium List of. the Agri cultural Society lessens our news end local matter this week. Jlbe l.epubhcan meeting, on Tuesday, was well attended about two thousand people were present, OVER one hundred and twenty entries have been made already with the Secretary of tho Morgan County Agricultural Society. TKEMIUM LIST. As this will bo the last publication of the Premium List this Fall, we advise all to save their papers this week for reference. The EepublicaiiB of Alnskingum and Perry have nominated John T. Shryock, of the Zanevi...

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. — 15 September 1871

Our Teeth. Thb charms, omens, si en a, panaceas, re lating to the teeth, constitute quite a form idable item in folk lore. In some parts of Sussex there is a superstition that if yon . put on jour right stocking; right shoe, and right trowser leg before the left, you will never have a toothache. To drink out of a skull taken from a graveyard ; to take a tooth from such a skull, and wear it round the neck ; to apply the tooth to your own living but aching tooth; to put a double nut into your pocket ; to pare your finger nails and toe nails, and wrap up the par ings in paper all are charms against the toothache. If you catch a mole in a trap, cut off one of his paws and wear it as a charm, yon will soon see the effect," pro Tided a right paw be used for a left tooth, and riot vert. When an aching tooth is . extracted, mix it with ea!t and burn it. There is at Norfolk a custom of calling the tootache the u love pain," for which the sufferer is not entitled to any commis eration; whethe...

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. — 22 September 1871

Poetry. THE WIDOW'S ANSWER. u A H. ma, with aomanvltttle months .- ; What cre mnst a widow feel 1 n - . Bo said the deacon, with erif profound, 8och only aChriMiaa can feel. Sow ihe widow was knittioir a stocbingv Andjost rounding oil at the heel. "Care I deaoon, the murmured, with saintly nine. And gently the shook her bead, And turned oft eyes to her merry boya At play near the garden bed ; " Months, Mem "em, as red as a cardinal flower, Seven pairs of aweet line," ana said. Not one too many, the enrly pa tea, Even Johnny, the baby, there! '. I have riven Uiemall to the dear Lard Christ, Trnsticein faith and p rarer; And God He leada them aa lie leads me I don't know the meaning ef care." ' Kot know the meaning, widow, widow 1 1 ' And working, aa work yon mart? I Sot know the terrible meaning ef care ' ' That ente the brain like runt" The gray-haired deacon donbtlngly smiled, ' But I take the lord on tret," ... i " "fears the smiling widow; Tm lost at aura. If my little auck be sp...

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. — 22 September 1871

THE INDEPENDENT. M'COXXELSVILLE : "KItY, .... Sept. H2d, 1ST1. Prohibition STATE TICKET. FOE OOTKRNOR. 6IDE0X T. STEWART, of Huron. FOR LtEPT. GOVERNOR, P, M. WEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, L. B. SILVER, of Columbiana. FOR GUPRKMK JCDftE, SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. FOR TRKASCRKR, THOMAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, J. W. STINCHCOMB, of Hocking. FOR (TATE COMMISSIONER OF COM. SCHOOLS, DR. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens. FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT, ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. . FOR AUDITOR PF ETATE, W. B. CHAD WICK, of Franklin. redhibition Senatorial Tick et-l4(n District. For Senator, WILLIAM PKNfiOSE, - of Washington County. organ County Prohibition Ticket. Fop Representative, AVID MUMMET. For Auditor, tHOUAS HAMMOND. For Clerk of the Court, J A M E S A . NEELET. For Sheriff ;iMI3 D. MARIS. For Commissioner, BOB ER T LU TTO N , For Infirmary Director, II. P. DEARBORN. For Coroner. WILLIAM CUPPY. Washington County Prohlbl tlon Ticket. For Kepreeenta...

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. — 22 September 1871

IcCimU, m&SO.f k HARRIS. REMOVAL ! Have remTed thtlr DRY GOODS STOCK to corner of Main fc Third Sts., Joseph. Black's Building. Aj tha pnblis has to kind) favored tu with a libera) patrosage, we have endeav ored to Oarit a cont(noset of the t am by renting ooe of tha HANDSOMEST AND SEST Jb tha City. GREAT BARGAINS ! VIII b Single and Double Shawls, f wta JmWs, lew. 'WATER-PROOFS, CASSIA1ERES, &C. : ALL THE ABOVE GOODS tavlng been purchased BEFORE the advance in "WE ARE DETERMINED. to SEE WSO CAN SELL THEM the CEEAPESTI DOW T Forget Our Ifevr location t INTortli-East Corner of AT ain fe Third Streets. Zanesville, Ohio, Sept. 22. 1871 3 -n. in & mm LIGHTED STOHE-ROOMS offer! in - KcCONNELL; EMEESOX, k HARRIS. - - BUSINESS NOTICES. SShawls and Skirts at Stone's. " "Reception" nnd "Artist" new etles of Collars, Tory nice, try a box, at Sili'e. A immense stock of Cloths an 4 Cassi saere of the very latest and most attract i r patterns just received. These Goods were selected ...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — South-eastern Independent. — 22 September 1871

A Plea for Xantippe. BY THE "FAT CONTRIBUTOR." Thekk was an unfortunate female whose same is a synonym for " scold," whom the world may have Judged too harshly, and, recalling her, I am constrained to write a plea in her behalf. Who can tell, at this late dav, what an noyances, irritations and insufferable vex ations resulted in rendering Xantippe the scold Bhe was f She might have been, and undoubtedly was, an amiable young wo man when Socrates married her. As good - humor implies a sort of easy indifference to the cares of life, she must indeed have possessed good-natured attributes, or she would have inquired and found out how poorly calculated Philosophy is to support . a family on. She probably knew very little of Socrates, except through reputa tion, when be asked for and obtained her hand. She saw his name mentioned very frequently in the papers as the Great Phi losopher. She had heard him quoted as authority in philosophical matters; had known half of Athens to flock togethe...

Publication Title: South-Eastern Independent
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