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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 12 July 1862

The lndependenl 1 J .' . 3 k Lv t.' -ttW 4fiKA ,AS -W HZOl SebofcJio aglciilfqi-e, ecfaii).cs, Hs, fteto3, Geijehii JLiiehwire.. 01 .T J. W. ROBERTS, Editor aid Proprietor. l ) rJ - W OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1862. VOLUME?, NUMBEENO. - r ' l la v T Frtfessiiiil Cards. OSKALOOSA. LODGE, Na. 14. A. F. 4 A. M. Rcgalar eussasuaiestiona occur on the second and fourth Saturday in each month. YmKibc brethren are cordially iarited to al and. KELSON CHAPMAN, W. M. P. E HAVENS. Secretary. a. a. srixao. x. r. have ST I N S O N & H A V E N S, AtUraeyi aai Otuielltn at law, ""'Office corner Main and Delaware St.,) LElVEXWaRTH CITT, KANSAS. TITOS. P. FENLOX, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Will practice ia the Coarts of Jefferson v County. JOHN 91, HALL, 0MTY-StfVEY0B, MB CITIL ENGINEER, SKALOOSA, KANSAS. ASK. SPALDISQ. AIM. W. STALDIXO AZEL SPALDING SON. 1TTI1HET AM CiTHSElMRS IT LAW, GRASSHOPPER FAXXS, JEFFERSON CO., KANSAS. WILL practice in the Cotrrti of Jefferson Jsckson and Atchison Count...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 12 July 1862

TfT THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1862f W S f i lhe gnwtfeai OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. I. W. BOBERTS, Editor. JOHJT W. SAT. Associate Editor. 8ATURDAYr9JLY 12, 136?. SLAVERY TINDER THE CONST! TUTION. liast week we endeavored to point out a few of the early items of history as they relate to "Our Country's Curse," and we now resume the thread of the narrative. Without waiting for the too tardy action of the general government, Geor gia again took the matter in her own bands; and in another bogus treaty at "Shoulderbone," extorted from a por tion of the Creeks, by the usual appli ances, (presents And whisky) an ac knowledgement of a violation of the Galphinton treaty, and a fresh stipula tion to observe its provisions. Of course this treaty was as illegal as if it had been made by Robinson Crusoe, for Georgia had no power to make a treaty under the Confederation, as previously stated. But that made no sort of diff erence. However, the attempt to en force the stipulat...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 12 July 1862

utZ2?mpmm THE IMPENDENT:! SQSKLiDOSA, KANSAS !SAT:URDii;:jfUDY h$1fyB2. lite' f iuii$iit ,- T rUlLISHED EVEET SATCBDAY MOEXISO AT liJnlfoia.Tjefferion CoistyjKli gas. ' JLoc Ji cfMitfft)e!)f. JOHN W. DAY, local Editor. pAIj; Farmers Relieved. This re- w-on of country was visited with co nous showers of rain drtring the past week, which relieved many farmers of their extreme anxiety concerning their crops. We have not felt any uneasi ness at the prospect for corn and pota toes this year on account of dry weath tr for we have known these crops to turn 'oiif well when there had been no' tain from May until August. We think there is mucn more to fear from bugs than from drouth ; but there are nl wajs old croakers who find fault with Providence for everything they have or every tiling they don't havo ; and if iliere happens to be a week or two of -dry weather, they cry "Diouth" and Famine;" while on the other hand, if there are good soaking rains for two or three days at n time, they thi...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 12 July 1862

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 12,. 1862. - ?fi I.. '. 4 ?. ' fi I 1 I i It f. I A' iFIELD NOTES:. . . 1 Cnrrtut riirouiclc or Onl-Boor Affa i Encouraged by the greet success of the Onio Cultivator. ami to meet more .fully a der.und for intelligence of passing events relating to Ra tal Affair?, we shall commence on the Kt of Jan ary, 1801, and ublish A LARGE FIRST CLASS WEEKLY PArEB Perotcd to the same scope of Practical Farmin Affairs as heretofore sriv n in the Ohio Culti va Toa,"nnl hVjidcs this Eire comiilcte MaKECT Kb rOKTK, Notices of Sale, Importation', hxrhang ts.ind Malift.cs (.1 i.ive htcck, standing aad Perfbraahces of Horses, Notices of Agricultural Societies, AH manner of Field News, AJreutores in trie fca-Mia hhootins, iisamj; and jManiy Sporu, with a choice and liberal Lunch of Fam ily Miseellariy. -tFIEI, SOTF.S will be a laige, double cifcht rage sliiet, published every u eel;, jumping live wUb nrh and iuuny thing which we dare nat'pat in the Ohi...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 19 July 1862

M S "- -nSBSSSSBSSMlMl -.$feMQ - -- -zjl .ai-Easc-a., W ,v -i -;sA fttC'-VLi. K. - 1 ' ' ! - J. IT. ROBERTS, Ediior and - Professional Cards. gfa . OSKALOOSA LODUE, Ne. 14. A. F. & A. M. Reeular ciimtannications occur on the second and fourth Saturday in e-ch month. Visiting brethren are cordially inrited to nt end. NELSON CIIAPMAN, W. M. P. E HAVENS. Secretary. I. A. STIXSOX. K. f. HAVCXtf ST I N S 0 N i-HATENS, Attorneys and Counsellor! at Law, 'Office corner Main and Delaware Sta.,) LFJIVrM'HRTn nTV.KARSIS. TIM. P. rESL., ATTORNEY.-AT-LAW, Will practice in the Courts of Jeffeison -Coin'.y. JOHN N, HALL, COUNTY SUAVEYOR, 1KB CIVIL ENGINEER, . SKALOOSA, KANSAS. aZEL SPALDING. AZET, W. SVAtDlNO AZEL SPALDING & SON. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, CtBASSHOPPXEl PiMJLS, JEFFERSON CO., KANSAS. W1 "TLL practice in the Courts of Jffferwn Jackson and Atchison Counties and in the Snptwnr Conrt f the Territory. fff- Especial attention given to collection? maturing in Northern Kansa...

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 July 1862

- !- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1862. 4 8.1 iv K II ! M jS Ni i I.J 5' u m is fndqmtfoi OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. . J. "v?". ROBERTS, Editor. JOHN "97. DAY, Associate Editor. vj-u i - SATURDAY, JULY 10. ISG2. "RAPACITY OF SLAV. HOLDERS. The CrttL Indians soon found it im possible to fulfill the conditions of the treaty of 1730, .is recorded in our last, because they had no control or author ity over the Seminoles of Floiida, who 'ulunly1 refused to sanction or hare nny Jtlling' to "do ".villi the treaty. Thi slave "holdt'rs Were too rapacious to give up their fugitive.-, and in 1792 "an agent " by the mine of Ss.igrovo was sent to Flo'ridn.'" to Juegnliate "for "the return . of'tLc slav es-who had (led to that prov "mce" ' lie failed to accomplish his pur posu. The fugitives were regarded as citizens of Sp: in, and would not be &inKi up. -The "Loner Creeks," also iTOJ.j slow tu enforce the treaty. Tims .the rfidjaiii etood, ' while Georgii was - highly disp'...

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 July 1862

s3m INDEPENQENTjiOULQQS MMiKiA&EAXlWDAY, JULY 19, 1862 ffe gflfepiitatf. If rb'ILISBED EVERT RATCKDAT MOkNIXn AT Oxkaloqsa, Jefferson County, Kansas. ; ' JOHN W. DAY. Local Editor. Arrived. We are lmpjiy toannounce , o the readers of The Isdepexdbst, that J. W. Rjbert. Eqr.,ciliior and proprietor of this piper, Iihs arrived k'jrilb'iis family, and ia now a resident of Osfcaloosa. Under his personal su pervision and editorial management we 'can confidently promise a decided im provement in the conduct of The Lvlc pendent ; and hope that the subcrip tion list mr.y increase to double tlip present number of subscribers. A new volume will commence in a few wei-ks anil we should be pleised to see the iliird year of the piper commence with increased patronage. Let erery man who no takes the Independent, ieuuw his subscription when his time is out and use his neighbors to Mtpport a home pap-r.. The mote patronage there is extended to the proprietor, the better "paper he can furnish you....

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 July 1862

rp THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 19,862. ii lJ l i -. i 1 1 n hi i, i , it : LT t 1 1 i it . i n . ?. J i iT.IEtDNOTES-, 1 Carrcni Chronicle of Out-Boor Affairs. Encouraged by the greet success of tbe Onio Ccltjtatoe, and to meet more fully a leraod for Sntelligmce of pai-slug events relating to Ku ril Affaire, we shall ccmmci.ee on the 1st of Jan , nary, 1S61, anl publish A LARGE FIRST CLASS WEEKLY PArEU Devoted to llie same scope of Practical Fannin Affairs as heretofore giv n in the Ohio Culti va tok, and besides this give complete Malkkt Hk roETK, Notices of Sale, Importation'., rwliartg es,snd Statistics of Live Stock, standiDg aud I'crformahcea of Horses, Notices of Agricultural Societies, All manner of Field News, Adventure in the Saddle, Shooting, Fishing ami Manly Sports, with a choice and liberal Lunch of F.un ilv Wiseellanr. '1'IEL.D 'SOTES will be a laio, double right page sheet, pobli-hed every tcfk, jumping alive W'lh nrh and funny tiling, which we...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 2 August 1862

assasswssss msmmmmmsssasjmBmnwssnaai sassjr 1 he IndeDendTi t 3 i. .? ')! AcGC:- s v :r -Mg H '- DeboieJ to figicqliqi-e, f ecfanics, arf,y tfetos, 3 &( Jitehtitjre. . j . .awj'i.'i ;ji "; J. W. ROBERTS, Editor and Proprietor. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1862. VOLUME NUMBER 49. BBJ i aw iHk awsw. y wsn .lmmk fcTL saw aVJ , " M. M Professional Cards. OSKALOOSA LODGE, No. 14. A. F. & A. M. Recu'ar communications occur on the second tid fourth Saturday in e-xh month. Visiting brethren are cordially invited to at end. NELSON CHAPMAN, W. M. P E HAVENS. Secretary. a. stissox. x. r narcxg STINSON &HAVENS, ttoraeyi aad Connaellon at law, 'Office corne r Main and Delaware Sta.,) XVIVEWORTH CITY, KANSAS. THO5. F. FEWIVIf, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, r "Will practice in the Conns of JefToson 'County. jnnit r. bav, ", -ATTORKEV AKD COP5SF1AOR JIT LAW, Osfcal na. Kansas, Office in the Independent Building. JOHN H. HALL, COUNTY SUaVEVOR, iSB CIVIL EXCIXEER, 'SKALOOSA. KANSAS. '4ZEL ar...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 2 August 1862

WZP-mtesz r SFfh 'N I! g I-1 - i.- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1862. i U V 3 if , u ft II I 'il .ft - n J1 h i i t I 3 I .if. I -i :. 3 8b fiiflqmiHnvt OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. W. EOBERTS, Editor. J0HK W. DAY, Associate Editor. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1862. - - .j. - THE I. P. & W. EAILSOAD CO. We notice the city of Leavenworth has concluded to issue bonds to the amount of $100,000 and invest the bamo in stock iu the Le.it enworth, Pawnee it Western Railroad Company; and the county of Leavennoith, it is proposed, shall take stock to the amount of S200.000 iu the same concern. I: is a query in our mind whether an unconditional pledge of credit to this amount, at litis time, is wisdom or follj on. the pail of onr sister county and the city. If, as we are told from pretty good authority, the JL P. & W. It. Cp. -wiign-uiTun "imriracli'Gt iheT.'acin'c road diiectly up the Katv to the bend, and then straight across to the upper bend, "and only build, a side-track...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 2 August 1862

-- THE INDEPENDENT: .QSigiLOOSA, KANSTSTSATURDAYrAUGUST 2, 1862: Sue gadtpiuilat. IS rUBLlSIItD EVERT SATCBDAT KOKSIXG AT Oikaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. t i - - '- k - - JOHN "W. DAY, Local Editor. The Gazette on Petition. We regret to notice that our friend of tlie Grasshopper Falls Gazette becomes greatly excited over the fact that our citizens hare concluded to exercise the right of petition the right for which our fathers contended in the matttr of building a Court House for the county. Wo are sorry foi the Oazitte because history only affords us one other nola ble example of men getting angry and rebellious on account of the use by the people of this natural prerogative of (heirs, namely, the men who are now rebels at the South, whom John Quinuy Adams fought so nobly in Congress ; and 'this puts our friend in very bad company. Surely the Gazelle does not nieauio abide in such an attitude ; and we think we can poiut'.out a "more ex cellent way." We think the county needs a...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 2 August 1862

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1862. 1 I- 1 !" . fmlhml. 2 Drouths. Nearly uveiy scitoii our crops suffer more or less from dioutli, and it is no strange lliim; for the yield of oats, hay. fcc, to be lessened onc-hlf from this cause, while in some cases almost an entire failure is reported. The impor tance of water in farming and garden ing will be realized wheu we consider that plants obtain their food from the soil in a liquid, or at least in a humid condition. The best and richest ma nures may be applied to the soil, and yet if the ground is so diy that the particles arc not dissolved, it affords plants but little nourishment, and they ma- starve in close contact with that liich, under more favorable circum stances, would prove their best food, TIio?c who have used guano frequent ly, know that in a dry season they ob &e:ve Imt little effect from its applica tion ; and this is doubtless the reason why many who have tried this manure but once or twice h...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 16 August 1862

&& ..---. . . j-, . in. vj - i .. ML aw-yam v y aW m k . i H H w. VH a naT bbs"-"-!7 -i r itiirr nm iuU jlivhff olniel5niMlR5!i,'e4L fi-?Jlfrt!lv;M "Et jt'l' lA..t&n.. f 1.. -- r ,.....M - 4 a IRU(31i3 1JIIE 741tfIB Ul. 'jit i?p- ti 'iLn.l ivq kr 7ij snym dT "fSh : iscuoa TtiUOUA .YjwCflUTV.8 .' J. 'W.-.-BOBEBTS,' Editor andPiiprrctor- " "' - p? , .-j i .' . Jttill' gaaloY """."' ' '; 'V.'Ii; ) " 1 ' ''' '- - ' - --..t. ..- .-T c. t: d-t mp A . i,'- tflT'l.W-UVH.-. . ' " ----- . - ? - ' -,.,. . . i - T-, A Jt KA TUtCA IT A TVTO a i wiaiw..-, .. . -. . . . . ... '- H--w s .v.JaiU .1 .i, ,.i .--.., ,,..v 1 - . "J 1 '-.-... .. -! .wr.j..i. rn.-M-.-m ft i 1 -m - . 1J I W .- m m'l,BIBB'mA ' Trfl TTOfTI A -'.. . v-kw .. ,--,,.. .- .. , --,-. . , v " - -' '" - ' - ' -v -QAiujjjjA i , a i UtI km ik , ipMo. v.L!;, YOF.PMB frfWMBKlHit '' f - & & m ProfssWnW Cards. OSKALOOSA tODOE, Ni. 14. ' A.F.4A. M. - Rcffnlr communications occur nn th ...i ,SIt,nS l'iei1 r cordially inv...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 16 August 1862

-"", THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KAVSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1862. V N. J i Sh fnfcprafeiit. OSKALOOSA. KANSAS. J. W. EOIERTI, Editor. JOB W. SAT, Associate Eiitar. SATURDAY. AUGUST 16, 1868. Teliae Third. e make soeae announcements for the third volume of the Independent, ia this number. We hope to increase the number of patrons before regaining the story of "Erxazunt," aad m the succeeding chapters .will be complete ia themselves, bom aeed hesitate to subscribe oa the ground that thej bad aot the tint part. We'anall delaj atil the commencement of Aaiaan reeaas ing the storj. to give our friends a chance to extend the circulation of the paper. We should be pleased to have some ageaU at once, to engage ia this work. The Prcaiaai we offer to the fint hundred nevj svbtaribert is a book which will be read with More than usual in terest in Kansas at this lime. It re liearses scenes in the earlj history of Oiiio which have been aad are being re-enacted .here. We think it will eosae hone...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 16 August 1862

Js""- THE INIEPENDENT::OSKALOOSA,. KANSAS: SATURDAY. ATTftllftTifi. IMS. if to Qnltpnfani. it rctLisBSD cmr satcsdiy voe.xiNo a t Oskiloosa, Jefferson Coaitr, Emus. I JOHK W. DAT, Load Editor. County Interests. We we pleased to notice a great im provement in the lone of tie Gazette in lefeit-ncd to the petition for Count Buildings It no longer tl.ri-attns ui'li iiiJuniiioii nor fnliniti ttt-s the tliumli-r of "rfinonsimnet." A very mIiou con linimnce of this faVorxb'e it-action, ntl ji will be entirely cotiVitlf-cent. As regards the petition which so ex ciieil its ire a couple of weeks since, we ki'ow .but little. We have never seen the document, and do not sh:hL for tlioe who have it in charge. We do not know whether ihej will pie&eut it to the County Board or not. "No one doubts but we need a Court House mid County Offi.-es. The recotds -of the comity are not safe where they now are. and if they should be lost, it would,, cost the county more than to -build, an J mihi lead to ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 16 August 1862

,W& mi' -it""! THE.;nE?iEPE;Nftf;a .. -a " T T " rfl " '' r r 1-3'' rv m m . i i. !5 .it R Choice of Animals for Fattening. Mr. Hedlu- contributed the following valuitblo liiuts on fattening cattle, to the Newcastle Club, and we find them published in the London Agricultural (jazelte. lie says: "In iny close identification with fat cattle for several years, 1 hae always found that the best animals hare the most massive head, most capacious chests, and the strongest spines. 1 have, therefore, evolved a few rules to go by in the purchase of lean ones, and scitcely with one exception I have found them to ba applicable. The head of anv of our bovine races ought to hive ilie first consideration, this is the true index to the vital acumen, and -in bo.liiv construction, and will be found lo loreslndow all good or bad that niav be accomplished. Thus an animtl possessed of a broad, full, spa cious skull, with strong eveulv-bent, deflective horns, w.ll be found to have -a thick neck at th...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 23 August 1862

JBnts"- "WW m MM, ssTmsfJsissJi. Independent; 3 J 3Mffti$t ;;. FAX JO0JiU " STfiHWI -W -t Dcbofeo io flgiciiifqire lecf)w.c$, fWg, ftetos, 9 6ci?ei Xiiefyfyte. A ,'CAm'JZl J. W. ROBERTS, Editor and Proprietor. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1862. VOLUME NUMBER 5J. The A Professional Cards. OSKALOOSA LODGE, N. 14. A. F. &.A. M. Regular communications occur on tho second and fourth Saturday in each month. Visiting brethren arc cordially invited to at nd. KELSON CHAPMAN, W. M. P. E HAVENS. Secretary. . .. &. r. 11 A YE 8 ST IN SON &HAVENS, ttorneys and Counsellors at Law, 'Office comer Main and Delaware Sts) MIAVEKWORTU CITY, KANSAS. TUBS. P. FEXLOIV, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Will practice in the Courts of Jefferson 'Coiiniy. JOHN W. DAY, ATTOKKKV ASB COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Oskal oeia, Kautat, Office in the Lutcpendtnt Duildiiur. mmm h, mavl9 COUNTY SURVEY OR, ANB CIVIL ENGINEER, SKALOOSA, KANSAS. DR. S. S. COOPER, PHYSICIAN & SURGEOX, OskaToosm, Kaatat, C ITERS his profes...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 23 August 1862

nV THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1862, r. n If I I1? i I -, . J . i !.'. :r Pf I- i ) -j Sfe ilepufent OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. EOBERTS, Editor. JOBJT V. DAY, Associate Editor. SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1862. L. F. & W. Railroad Co. We learn that a wrong impression Las gone out in reference to our posi tion and Teelings towards this company, arising out of ilio publication of the amended treaty, which appeared in the Independent of the 9:h inst. We never ente. lained the most distant idea of doing any thing to injure the company in the remotest degree by that publica tion. Our readers had repeatedly re quested us lo do so, and especially to publish that part which related to the payment of interest as there were con tradic.ory reports respecting its tenor, scope and deign, and but few copies of the treaty could be had. We did so -copying verbatim from the treaty as wq found it, and presuming at the time llut'it was entirely correct. .We learn since that the...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 23 August 1862

THE INDEPENDENT iQSKALOQSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1862. Ste ntfcpaifei. ' IlUtISnD EVEUT SATUEIIAT U0EN1KO AT Dskaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. $.oqi JiepHtycnf. JOHH W. DAY, Local Editor. Eemem'ber The new volume commences next week. We sLall presume all our pres ent patrons, whose time expires with the volume, as wishing tojeontinue, unless ihey give notice to the contrary. Bear in mind, too, that we are to have at tractions during the nest year such as will make the Independent better than it has ever been. We hope to doubk our list. Bring or send in the names. Don't forget the story to be resumed in September. "We shall try to give our readers a live paper every week. Proceedings of the Republican Central Committee. The Republican Central Committee of Jefferson County met at Oskaloosa, 'August 16th, 1862, at 2 o'clock P. M., and organized by electing H. G. Turner, of .Rock Creek, Chairman, and John W. Day, Secretary. R. A. Hayes, Esqr. appeared as the substitute of J. ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 23 August 1862

t tt"t "r- -" T THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUEDAY, AUGUST 23, 1862. t .. in i . t. m ' im sj J 1 . B'H i gwMlitua-l. Catting up Corn. I am aware that it is early in the season to my anything on iliis subject. fiat because il is early, I broach tin; subject. I was talking with .1 farmer the otitsr day, who aid ho did not be lieve it was any benefit to the crop to cut il on, that he found he could get roruone to three bushels per acre more if thi ciop was nllowed to ripen on (he stalks befoic the latter were cut up. He thought he got more weight. In most cases', I have no doubt, ho would do so. But that fact does not prove it the best practice A the mass of fanners in the West cut up ecru, it seems to me little better than a waste of tinio and labor. Four fifths of them it may be that fraction it too large, but I think not cut their stalks after the virtue has gone out of them after they have matured the 'orn, ana tlio lounge lias become dry ami crisp, like husks. I seiious...

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