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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 15 May 1861

Indbp endent. . - . .m i . ;5s,,ta(5 w j& J-MXW ' -ml l 51 140c .TAG liVr eboUb io gricm-is, f ecics, alls, tfetos, s.do ScijerM J.iettl-c j 2Mri ' u A f J 4 . j7W. ROBERTS, Editor and Proprietor. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1861. VOLUME 1, NO 44 W f irtMM ti W r- XASSYI1IQ AS HEIRESS. BT ELLIN ASHTOX. iCeagratulate tnc," said Harry Ver 'h to.hU friead, Albert Courtney. You can guess for what." "You are engaged to Miss Town send." ..ye, i "I do, with all my heart. Bui " "Bat what?" MI am sorry she is an heiress." "Sorry she is an beirecs 1 Well, saw, that is odd." "Not so odd as you thiuL iu ,per aeae, I hare already said too much ?" "No. Gaea, old fellow. We were cbubm atcollege,have been fast frienos rer siaee, and it would be queer if I eenkw't take a little advice from you, eras if it was unpleasant." "It is not exactly advice. Bat have yoa ever thought, Harry, what the marrying an heiress really means ?" "To be sure I have. It means being envy of all the other you...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 15 May 1861

ifcacSS THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSAfKANSAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY B ft r. S 15'fTTPt m BFZ x y 1 1 i 8te gmfrpnutovt J. W. ROBERTS, Editor. w, JOHN W. DAY, Associate Editor. 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15. 1861. iq rouutiv, let us look f.tits material a- Vituperations gCertninlv wehavo never ft; aspects 3Ve are a mighty "people. Thirty -He millions offinhabitnnts, more intel litjont and enterprising than the same number in any part of the world, form the basis of our pro.perity. This mini- tastes run that way. V ha o made no- " ?"? resortod.to slang or,ciiriilily, Mr have; k The RepilicarjCouniCoipb vve aslied or accepted the aid of con-j,el,l in tliis placogh Saturday Iqpl wai Iribulors to dfal in persoiiarinvectivcs,' Yillcd to ouJerbyj3dbn: DiijlCounj discreditable alike to writer nnd pub-: lisher; we leave all that to others whose; Mcpnblicuii Mule Con ven (ion. A State Convention will be held at Topeka on tho 22d day of Slay, 10G1, far the purpose of nominating a mem btr of Congi...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 15 May 1861

5fe "L" pW i;TOE IMEPiMBOTrmKAiXX)SAvKANSASWEDJSESI)Sf3CJia: 1SU186L 1 Advertise mjents - j- TIB GREAT EASTERN IIS ARM? I .!..- Otkfdooaa against tht WojM.jH I-tc-1 . i -. AT BKDUCTlO-f IS prick or'oopDB! '"ACS STEWART & CRABB'S i 'YTAVEipt received a large Mock ol Staple M. and Fancy Dry Good, consisting of all the 'virion articles usually kept in western retail gwtee. Cenntry produce ukea in exekange for -Ladies and Gentlemea. call at the People's ,, SeauVeest corner of Public Square. i-tt Oskaloosa, Kansas. GREAT EASTERN ROUTE VIA. 0 H10 & M1SI1PPI ' T BROADJGUAQE RAILROAD Miking the quickest time from St. Louis to Cincinnati, Lou'sti"-.. Na-hville and all Eastern Cities! New York. 4J hours. Pittsburg,!! houn Boston, 44 hours. Wheeling, 19H hours. Philadelphia. 3S hours. t-l.rrlun.1. 13 hours. Baltimore, 3G hours. Jufi.o. 26i hours. Waihington,.T7 hours. Louisville, 111 hours. Nash Me, JO Dour. .'from Su Louis to Cincinnati wiihout caajsos TGAU. From Cincinntito Cleveland...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 15 May 1861

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, M2lY iIRfiL u t fill Hi! Adrertisemeits. TIE GREAT EASTERN IAS ARRIT E Oakalooaa against the World! ISA BBDtTCTlOX IK PRICE OF OOODsl STEWART & CRABBS TTAVE iuet received a larsre stock of Staple JLL and Fancy Dry Goods, consisting or all the wrilti mrlttoom nmnmilv IrjMt in wnfitnm retnil Stores. Cenntry produce taken in exchange for ffOftUff Ladies and Gentlemen, call at the People Stare, Broth-east corner or I'ublle Square. j-tf Oskaloosa, Kansas. GREAT EASTERN COUTH VIA OHIO & MISIIPPf BROAD GUAGE RAILROAD Making the quickest time from St. Lcuis tc Cincinnati, LouiacJa, Nashville n J all Eastern Cities! New 1 ork, 4 1 boars Pittsburg,? I hours Boston, 44 hours. Wheeling. 19 hoars. Cleveland, IS hours. Bnfiaio, 261 hours. Loaisville, Hi hours. 1 'hiladelphia. 3S hours Baltimore. 36 hours. Washington, 37i hours. Nashville, 20 tours. From St. Louis to Cincinnati without caaxox or OAXS. From Cmcinnti to Cleveland, J itts barg or...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 22 May 1861

$botea io tyribqftqre, frefe, firls, ffetos.,,,1,3 fttfsfcs.l ier.fV .t ;'i.:'A HO . "JS ft. A IStfOSSIK sjss ,lf. ROBERTS, EJilar aid IK' 5 futnxts ti faf e. r THE DESERTER. .jalaeMewtaf the Xexlcaa War. IT CAR. ANBBJEW BUTLXB, V. S. A. . It was the ere of the battle f Buena "Ytftt' W the ragged mountains and oa'tht rough uplands twenty theusaud Mexicans slept oa their anas, confident cf Victory oa the Morrow. Day after day they had struggled through arid "deserts and rocky passes, toward their present positiou, certain that the north era invaders woald at last be annihilated before their overwhelming numbers. Aid, besides, those twenty thousand awa knew- well tbe. talent of their chief Santa Anna a man beyond question a accomplished military commander, and who, had he commanded Anglo 8azoa,er Gallic, er Celtic troops, would hart wade his sane renowned to the ad of tiaie. SaStaTAnna saHn the door of his pavilion, (oekiag' oat over the land to where the watch-fires of Taylor and his...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 22 May 1861

.1JTT THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA,KANAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 18 arTrsj a i & i i 1 r 1 ,mestie than foreign four or five bandred dollars taxes of , Ieay talMth&JBsJjWus ecret KitierJint. on the Virginia side of' " Jtoelef. g pantly I )-,3 if !S ? 1 !f the ttflrufltat J. W. B0BE&T8, Editor. JOHS W. DAT, AmeUte Editar. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22.J361. XUSOUBI AND SECESSION. The scheme of "armed. -neutrality' ' for Missouri recommended by Gov. Jackson in Iiis late message to tlie Leg- islataro of that State, was a mere bubble that has already exploded. Asa blind to the loyal citizens of " Missouri, the secessionists covered their plot for appending the State to the Southern Confederacy wi:h the plausi ble pretext of placing her "in an atti tude of defense" or a position of armed neutrality in the conflict between the Government and the traitor. Under this pretext the rebels in power passed most mfamous military law, requiring die citizens of the Slate to take a test...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 22 May 1861

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 224 186L , W gnifytn&tnt. '- rCBUSnSKTKRT VSSKXUDAT JfOEiCiaa AT JaW, Jeffertei Ceutf, Itiui. JOnr W.'DAY. Lecal Editor. brr roRTH Wai. Some twenty of 1 bvrcitixens have volunteered, and bare kft for the rendezvoss at Leavenworth ta-aorrow, when they expect to be pattered IbIo tLe United States service. tfott of -them go with the Jefferson Ri les Capt. S.S. Cooper. Capt. Coop- "iThas seen service in the Mexican war, WiUtsiake a good commander, and will be accommodating toward his men. We bar no" doubt the Captain will come ,uitiWilie war; with "laurel in his tap," We wish tho bojs a successful canpaign, and a safe return when their Harriets are no longer needed. . , Hccb McGebkx, who has a farm -about two miles from town, has three joaog grape vises which he grew from "the sred, the largest of which is not more than three feet higb,aud on these three young vises there are Jifly-Jive bssches of grapes ! They are the Big Fox Grape...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 22 May 1861

.M.w.jii,il,iH.wl.iJ,.; THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANMS,W3SDNESA-Y? MA'1 2161. -S SV r - .uKriai rm itnuu it n y : . i lu Advertisemeits. HE GREAT EASTERN SIS 1RIUT Otkaloow against the World! iut rxovcTioir in prick or goods STEWART & CRABB'S HAVE just received a large stock ot Staple and Fsncy Drv Goods, consisting or all the various articles usually kept in western retail Stores. Cenniry produce taken in exehat'ge Tor goods. Ladies and Gentlemen, nil at tlie People't Store. South-east corner or Public Sq uaru ltl Csskaloosa, Kansas. GKE2.T EASTERN ROUTE VIA oflio k mumi BROAD GUAOE RAILROAD Making tlie quteVeet tima from St. Lcuis tc Cincinnati, Lou..ll Nashville ud all Eastern Uitie! Mew York. 42 hoars. Pittsburg,! hour lfeston, 44 hour? . Wheeling, lQifhouis. Philadelphia. 3SliJurs. Cleveland, 13 hours. Baltimore. 3G h-iurs. Buffi.o, 2ui buurs. Washinglon,-l71 hours. Louisville, Hi hours. Nashtillc, 2o liuun. From St. Louis to Cincinnati without caanoi or cabs. From Ciuri...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 29 May 1861

ijsx J. W. ROBERTS, Eiiur aid f rtfeiiitnl Carls. SKALOOBA LODGE, So. 14. A. F. 4 A. U. .- M&nMHSi.Mlilbai. P. LaUTO ternary. J"AW'WM- HENRY BUCKMATER, If. D.. Ykpkkut ! furto, MKAMtlA, KANSAS. Sssee-rS,... it- PAUL E. HAYEH S, Clark ef the liitriet Ceiit, CONVEYANCER, HEAL E8TA E .ATCD COLLECTION AGE NT, SIIHIIA, LAWSAS. WiBoaooioioM pOytoallhooiaoaeoBtraotos uIhicim Eejoojal illniiw givea Mjjw payment of tax w eaa the eoUtcaoa of eleiaS Car nnn nwiiiii u mum UfwiM yremotly lU-t "-r J. gill mrzT, ATTORNEY AT LAW ASB GE5EKAL LAHD AGEKT. JcbTbybsb Ct.. Xahu aoo&aiee of Public Square, acxicoer mlfewaoaao store. z-iy W.N. ALLEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OtXALOOfA, EAVtAI. IB practice ia the Coeru of Jeaereea Coaatyf aw rnucaiH mi paid to thepsya iaJ. Cematy. E. B. JOHlfSOlf, H. D., PIYICIAbT AID See oa weet sice of Sow. In ta eriy cornice! by Dr. A. J. Pierc. senter of Liberty asd Horkimtr eta.. leaaMca Ceaaijr. K. T. the oSr for ty, K.T. a-tf a. r. bavkm 8TIN8 0N A HAVENS. 1 OstaasOsn...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 29 May 1861

L T iuiii 11 ir taMAttfU 3r THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALO0SA,JKANSAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 18gf.gripi n I J i . 1 M. t te f M&imnfenl J. W. KOBERTS, Editor. . JOHIT W. BAT, Associate Editor. 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS. WEDNESDAY, MAY 29. 1861. THE PBESEHT THE FUTURE. They who suppose that our nation is destined to speedy destruction hare not lakeu a look beneath the surface of the present jBgitated and foam-coveied face of the troubled political waters. True the darkness of the present hour is well calculated to blind the.stght and dis courage the heart; but there is light in the distance; the clouds will lift them selves up and flee away, or be driven off by the healthy winds which shall purify the atmosphere, and the suu of peace and prosperity once more shine out in all its- wonted brilliance on our again happy land, rendered the better for its purging and for the salutary les son our boasting pride will receive. In looking over the past ages of the wo J Id as they arc mirrored on the pages o...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 29 May 1861

THE aMwMA?!: -r ?t. W fnwfoit lUsBKIrVSI WEDEifESDAt KOBXI.NO AT Jrtiloo-i. Jeffersoi CoHity, Kansas. JOHITW. DAY, Local Editor. cvnitSfcrtooi.. The M. E. Sun- ,j.r School is in prosperous condition, last Sunday the house was full, aud jreat interest was manifested by all who participated in the exercises. The new library, consisting of between two and (tree hundred volumes, was opened on "that day, and the school now offers new jatjgcements to scholars audf teachers, fte hope the school will continue to increase in numbers and interest. r F 4Brown Couktt Union is the name of a neir paper just started at Hiawatha, Kansas, by P. Gould Parker. It is neatly printed and presents a very re spectable appearance. We wish Mr. Parker abundant success in his new en terprise, and place the Union on exchange list. our HECIISIT El STERN IAS 1RRIF Oskaloota against th. World! eacAT kjeductiok in 1-RicK o goodb! STEWART ft, CRABB'S v XT AVE just received a Inrm iv-lr i a..t. iTJi& -" -rill gor...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 29 May 1861

iL THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, MATT'2 91, Jf(l. I . i?i 3 P' ( 'Sri M t S I! The Independent . (Seat, aide of Jefleraoa Street,) totals at, Jeffenia Ctiity, lanti. MM his Establish meat is prepared KXUTE NEAT LY AND WITH EXPEDITIO 1 1YZ1Y BEKUFHOX )? -i JOB PRINTING: ICCH AS ClBtCl7L.AKS, PBOCBA.ItnES, rilFIISIIHIL 1KB 1DSI5ESS CARD L AND COMMERCIAL BLANKS, i BILL-HEADS. HANDBILLS FOtTE&S, c., 0., c Teraas: t aaa a Bell rety. JVOrders resp tlj solicited and prompt! j filled. II J. W. ROBERTS. Propmtor. Ague Onre, sea the srccDT ccke or , iMetssitteat Ferer, or Ferer aid Agae, ' Beaaitteat Ferer, Chill Ferer, Damb Afae, Fertodical Headache, or Bilious Headache, aad Bilieas FeTers, indeed far the whole class ef diseases eriei Mtiac ia Mliary deraageaieBt, eaased y the Malaria ef asiasmatic eeaatries. No eae remedy is louder called for by the aeeeatities of the American people than a sura sad safe cure for Ferer and Ague. Such we are sow enabled to offer, with a ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 5 June 1861

Th e CT c3em ,YA ,1? KH3T - . - .: ; cojax2 SeboUJ fo figHcqhiii-e, ecics, ftH, tfeto, 9 Seei Jietqe J, W. ROBERTS, Editor aid Prtpriettr. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1861. VOLUME 1, KO. 47. UUm um UBS BUM BBB Wan BSB Bam mm am BBB Wan BBB BBar",l"a" BBflr BB1 BBB' nam mm V i am" mm i,' mwu mm mm ::';) r-z m m mm m m m M W fi'm m m I -smaV amv Bm sv -awn. m. . max .anr sv .x ma am k. yam ' m. ' y-Bt H' I, l BBS ' . . , s-Ba- BBS prifessUiil Cards. OSKALOOSA LODGE, No. 14. A. F. & A. M. i. Kimmunieatiou occur on the seeoad ..ifoortt Saturday in each month. rK taShrei are cordially invited to U Yismng Bl-NELS0W CHAPMAN. W.M. liml p.E. HAVENS, Secretary. J. GILL 8F1TEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENERAL LAM) AGENT. OikAloosa, Jeafersom Co., luiu Office aouth aide of Public Squire, next door to Newhouse's store. -ly W.N. ALLEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OfKALOOSA. KANSAS. Will practice in the Courts of Jefferson County. grPerticnlar atteatioa paid to the payment of uxee in Jefierson Coun...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 5 June 1861

35 "aMiCs" U DNESDAY, JUNE 5, w THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSAfKANSAS, ;. ? WIS 'M 1 9EV t si :. ft. J: ?, I i I 12 . - - -- v. t, sr. it -?iri- .t:3t.. rr4.. .1. .cT-ti' 7.)..Mk mi., a -.1 !.. (MB 0lHU(Uftttirin. L:t.,Sf &.. .. i2 5,,r & ,ii fi. i:..i&-Sr. ,. f tte TowMhip&ffairsMt ant time; this nmning. The Pawnee and Fifti CttcDraung ih wi 01 ouj,v - J. W. EOBERTS, Editor. JOOT W. DAT, Associate Editor. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. ggmngRiiA-v, JUNE jjgfiir OUR DANGER. In tbe present distracted condition of p'ublic.affairs, our greatest danger lies not so much in tbo damage our eue TaiieWarra "the enemies of our'govertf : meBt may do us, as in the neglect of hncJnbo n i lift rart of those who should be earnestly engaged in public and private enterprises calculated to .develop the resources of our State. . War, at best, is a scourge which suit and will leave its mark on any country; not only in regard to its pros perity, but in the wide-spread moral ruin which necessarily follow...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 5 June 1861
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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 19 June 1861

eE BWBBBnaaanaaaaamnBaaa -"ii iim ju m 1 1 MMiiiiM ii iwiibwmmmWmw i wnoi iwwwCf w aw aaaaaaaawnaanaBawk'oni ffilirialirS . jsJ ,.i.Tvj;...rvr, rf , .- pi e: ' ' : SJB; loiicS ,ETS20X'."r f . . - - -- '?W; ii'i'l. 'eiRi.M io agHeqUe, lecljics, 'HH'etei d 6eiei iict' V3,'i! ,?-'naiu. -mI ' Lngidn fans 9roo.i :n' ztu i' ftu rjl!-'' j, W. ROBERTS, EdiUr ud Proprietor. 3 OSKALOOSA, KANSAS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1861. ii :-'. Oil? U'r.i! ?C! hc.F 'f bfi-V. ; t.'l r ins it : v. iitlirtjfl ..J! fi li9.!Jfiol VOLUME lM 48. .Jrt. ii. il - -kl jaoS aifl W fi? -,! ...:!-i,.T :;.,. . ""?rroi. "J i . . - - -. n .; amV lUi - ' -lb -: " '- -:r ' i-ft-. U -; M M . M LayW'" u , . M ; V " - WW - .J.'Ml"llMt m, .,. .-' 7e. f84.:l I .tr 'Wam ' ' .-. m. , BM B. ana Bk X BBBV mmT nv Bnn BBH"- B ynBH n X nBB BH Bnn 'J.,'.. - ... '-f. ' & - ' j.obV'01 vrx'',"L'''"40; ',',r0 T'"' ': ' '' ' -', '''- i'a;; -:-': .-: '-; .v- o-fi i u.iq '-" , " - , , ' ?" " ' A .Jfi i-.lii . ,r-1 -..-.!.; !,' BBV ,4 ., , c .;...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 19 June 1861

---! i. i nnrrai mm it ""Tti-i ' ' !- - ' - i - y THEINDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA,.JKANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 18 -- l n lite )ipruilfui J. W. 101E1I8, Miter JOIM W. DAY, Antedate OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19. 1861. M C- OUMES OF THE TRA1TQES. In reviewing tie history and develop ments of the past six months, one is astonished at the number and terpitudo "of tie crimes. of the treacherous traitors of the South. Desperate from the be ginning, the leaden in the rebellion bare resorted to the most desperate air i aad matures to sustain thorn ' r selves aad carry out their designs. ' la the first place, knowing full well " that an intc 1 jm :t a id enlightened poo ! jjc could never be led te lead them selves to so wicked a cause as theirs, ''they commenced by excluding all ' northern papers, in the slart under the g plea of aboliliouism, then of Republi , caaism, and inally of the Douglas De- mocracy Republicans and Democrats ' "being alike charged as abolitionists. Having by this d...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 19 June 1861

aVman WMIMM i. i - h ,w Hfce wlfpfudeat likile'eii, JcfTerioi fcoillj, Eauiu. 1 r Joci J)cpirth)e.)f. glf&l w.AY,Lical IrlitorT cl Meeting. There wiH be a meeting of the citi- o( Oskaloosa and viciuity, at M. it. Daitosf s office, at 3 o'clock P. M. on lo-dJ, (Wednesday,) June 19 tb J861, for the purpose of traasacting basinets preparatory to the organization oTa SctToorDfctrict for Oskaloosa. A geaeiai attendance is reqaested. l" (Signe'ts) H. Buekmastcr, W. K. Fairbolos, "Henry Crabbs, J. Gill Spire J, M. R. Dutton, 3b. B. CarMn, I. V. -Faiiholm, C. B. McClellan P. . Havens. W. N. Allen, John W. Day. S. T. McMarry, And Many others. Guards! There will be a meeting of the Home Guard Company of Oskaloosa at Newell'a4 Halloa JTuesdaj June 18th, ' t 3 o'clock P. M. for the purpose of electing officers, and completing the , organization. We urge upon nil who have, and all who expect to, become Members ef this company, to be in at tendance at the organiiation meeting. 'll Is importan...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 19 June 1861

THE. INDEPESENTj ,pKAJLOOSA, ANSASviVJfEDN'ESeASrsfaGHEasrKGl. I I .Axlrertisei rT"M? ".W.WWW i . 11 . T 'i - " 4 & W 3 & V V A- IPQOQIPKDtflDQ OF THE INDEPENDENT. The Independent' is published every week, in Oskaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas, and is devoted to Litantire, Arte aai Saeum, LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Agriculture. Horticulture &JTarlets, and all features necessary to make it a suitable and desirable paper for THE HOME CIRCLE, Tic IcreaUt, Itekaiir, mi Faratr. As its came indicates, it will be independent on all subjects, (not neutral,) and in all respects up with tha times 'a live paper,1 fearlessly 'following where Truth shall lead the way,' careful of others' rights, firmly maintaining its own. In conducting this enterprise, th proprietor brings to his aid the val uable knowledge acquired in Ten Years Experience as an Editor and Publisher, and knowing no such word as fail, he feels confident of vucctss, and hopes to meet a kind and welcome reception among n...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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