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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 30 August 1862

- - Mllllllllllllllllllll!!!lllll-''l--'ll,lw . i .' .: I ' .'..'.. j . a n. - u .-.. -; ffv " -- - - - -" v ' ..... - . The Mi -j v - 1 :" J.W.ROBERTS, J iZ . sBiuTB"'' . i i - nt.i:.j ,'j , ;. a .kai'. - . ' ! iaK9 turf "" -- I ? Edi!r arrdPrr.prfmTr; . :-.! i I i I i ,h . a Mtr- 4 ?: T ? ttrrr--'! rxgtfria A VOLUME III, NUMBER 1. j -."u j. 'i- I X irt OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1862. , i 'I " -jii .. WHOLE' NUMBER. 105. , i' ii'V.."1; -if'- : ,e M -' m 4 -54-; - i - , , .- i . ' . ' ' ' ,VV''w ' "T " " '. ' " " S. ' - 1 cfc S " ' 1 Jiktefl fltftirg. BETHEL. We mastered at midnight, in darkness we formed, And the whisper went round of fort to be stormed: But no dram-beat had called us, no trumpet we beard, word And no voice of command, bnt our Colonel's low "Columu! Forward!" And out, thro' the mitt and the murk of the morn, From the beaches of Hampton our barges were borne; oar. And we heard not a sound, saTe the sweep of the TU 1 the word of our Colonel came u, from...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 30 August 1862

-MfcVTyiTB,. -T rl THE INDEPENDENT :OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30,(1802. r V-i i? t -as If! ii S2R fi ll j. f . lie fwtejMitfeni 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS. 3. V. E03ESTS. Editor. Saturday, August SO, 18G2. "A Straight Democratic Ticket." IXVXTATIOX AND REPLT. We have received a circular letter from three gentlemen, appointed ''the Corresponding Committee" of tlie Dem ocratic party fur this State, asking us to co-operate with them in efforts "for the purpose of nominating a straight Dem ocraiic ticket this Ml," and to collect and forward to tliem certain informa tion, "in order that ne may net in con cert, and be ready to net at the proper time." YTc have tevcral leasons for declining the invitation thus extended to us, to aid in the proposed movement, some of which we name. or, if you insist that they have gone out by withdrawal, tlTen while Vulland inghnm, iledary. Wood, Seymour and their like, nre members in full stnnding, we must decline to aid in formiug a "straight Democratic ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 30 August 1862

, " rx MfcwH- rr THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1862, t 4 jfl I 'I 14 a II rCiUSHED EVKUT SATCBDtY S10E.VINO AT Stkaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. .Jocstl cBtftye.)! j. w. noBEirrs, E(1It JOHN V.DAY, t-dllors. TOWNSHIP CONVENTION. The Republicans of Oakaloosa Township are requested to meet in Okaloosa at 2 o'clock P. JU. on Wednesday, September 10th, 1862, for the purpose of electing six dele gates to attend the County Conven tion to be lield in Osawkee on the 13th September. John W. Day, Member of the Co. Ccn. Com. from Osialoosa Tw'p. Geo. Lane's Speech. The largest assembly we have seen in Kansas met to hear Gen Lane, on Thursday evening. At his own request, the General spoke jn the M. E. Church, which was nearly filled with ladies. Large crowds were on the outside. The speech was characteristic and tell ing, and evinced that Lane is the man for the.place. Indeed, no man in the nation could just now fill his place in Kansas. The tendency of the speech,...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 30 August 1862

T ."f THE INDEPENDENT :OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1862. n w M U ' , i " m $m-iUMt $dte. f THE TWO SOLILOQUIES. Tim ii:le nor, ., w ,'Ueu.r me ' wltuf u terrible trouble iris to mo to !ou.rn less-1 '-'" --" . ons ana go to school : Hero i huvo one, two no not two, hut vrirl r'nlnrtiii oiwl U.ilf .!" ... .,., u.,., iIU u. itttii ui, ..ivini wiiu meanings, to get by "heart. 1 wish words had no meanings. Well, 1 suppose I must begin to learn them : n-: -:-s- pris, o-n on, prison. A place where people arc confined." t Why shouldn't the)' say school at once? that's prison, i'msurc. Well, what comes next? P-u-n pun,i-s-h ish, punish. I know die meaning of that word with out the booh, everybody in our .house is so fond of using it. blaster Charles," says old cross j nurse, "if you spoil ycur clothes! m this manner,! shall ask your father to punish you." '-Master Charles," cries JJctty, the house maid, "you deserve punishing, thaty.ni do,scratching mj-chairs and writing on my ta...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 6 September 1862

I tie . 1 1 . i .; i .' f ,.. fc ? IE; itY ino .?'-$ , . ScJZx- ; ,ss Mijer' V ! -. J. W. ROBERTS, ... Sebofcd io agie!ifii-c, clics, fiMs, ftctos, gepftrf LiieWrfqre. JV,' "Etjiior aad rropricior. r)".:i VOLUME III, NUMBER 2. - f r-' ",!W. - OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1862. h . a - if ' i ' .v-WH0LENUMBEI$7 106. ,nzr ii a m ' T ' j onannpmt, y 1 st: 3 ' ' - 3 r rJA WMeil lfog From Moore' Rural Sew-Torker. 1 THE STOBM. A ttorm swept through the valiey Vtth a great wind's micht anJ power, IVith the rolling crash f thunder, And rain In a steadfast shower. Alas ! for the blush-colored blossoms That showed on the orchard trees, tike the faint, pink flush or sunset, Resting on emerald seas. Ala ! for the delicate peach blows. And the plum tree's flakes of snow ! -The wind swept them all from the branches, And hurried them to and fro. And I mourned with tears of sorrow, And sighs that were freighted with pain, For fie Tair, frail May-time blossoms, Beat down and drenched nr...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 6 September 1862

3 THE INDEPENDENT rOSKALOOSA, KANSAS? SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1862, i : nt n ti'A mv si irs If' : -fi lb fuitymitat 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBZKTS. Editor. Saturday, August 30, 1S62. The Pacific Eailroad. I. WHENCE IK TR BCLVTI.1N. TIIETRUEPOUCV. We notieo by lier papere that on llie subject of the PaciGc Railroad, Lawrence is in "much tribulation;" the "foun tains of the great deep" of that city "aie broken up," and the waves thereof lash themselves until they arc capped with foam as I hey dash madly on the break- ers ! At the recent election in "ye city i for a delegate to represent them in the Slate Convention, the Journal says "the people arose above men and all subor dinate issues, and grappled with the main question, to "?ecurc to us our just interests in railroads" etc. Well, we arc not astonished at the tur moil there, when erery thing else is made "subordinate" lo the railroad in terests of the burg, which are to be furthered by mocking the "powers that be" in State and Na...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 6 September 1862

THE INDEPENDENT; OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUKDAT, SEPTEMBER 6, 1862. & A M a ' II WBUSllED tVERT SATUBDAY MOBNINO AT (lskaloosa, Jefferson Comity, Kansas. J. AV. KOnUKTS, ..... JOHN .. DAY, uilors- TOWUSHIP CONVENTION. The Republicans of Oskaloosa Township are requested to meet in Oskaloosa at 2 o'clock P. M. on Wednesday, September 10th, ISG2, for the purpose of electing six dele jrates to attend the County Conven tion to be held in Osawkee on the 13th September. John W. Day, jMember of tbe Co. Cen. Com. from Oskaloosa Twp- . i m i s To- Correspondents. Tlio gentle man who styles himself "Lady No," should know that we never publish anonymous communications unaccom pany.ed by the name of the writer; and before charging that there are "a brig ade or two of ladies Kansas ladies who are cowards, he ought himself 'to have had the courage to comply nith , , . ,., this well known rule, and not, like a rebel "bushwhacker." fire from cover, with "the spirit of an assassin. We have too high ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 6 September 1862

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1862. ' 1.3 .! I a ' JS3 Hy -? 1 34 I M K i SIS' lOV ih ?ti MIS. THE ATLAKTO KOKTHLY. y , Ks j COMMEXCE'lEXTOFTilESEVENTHVOL The Honey Bee's Song. mirt ins eck man to the ciuidiun. 1 am a lioner hie, buznn;; away Orerlbo Moa-iora the long summer la ; Now in the lily's cup drinking my ill I, Now libera the roses bloom under tlie MIL Gaylr we flj , 31 fellows and I, Seeking for liotwj our hives to sujijily. ITji In the morning no lagpards are tie Skimming the ctmer-toris ripe for the bee; Wnklng the f.oneriat dawning or day, " L'ro the bright san kisstbc dcw.dropsanay: Merrily sloping, Busily winging Jlaci to the hit e with the stores e are bringing. No idle momenta hat ewe through the day, No time to squander in sleep or in play; j Summer is fljicg, and tee must be sure Food for the Inter at once to secure. Bees in a hite Are up and alive; Lazy folks never can prosper and thrive. Jwake, little mortal ! no harvest for those VT...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 13 September 1862

WBIW3 Th e T . ff y deDeiideiite j e ih&iftr'i ' r ?klK .A200JAS2Q . Aa3Q '' MlAb. ,.j;. ,.;na'' J. W. ROBERTS, SebofeS io figieqUqi eciwcs, tyfe tfetos, fieJ Vfcfyftv. Editor aid Frapricftr. VOLUME III, NUMBER 3. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 13, 1862. WHOLE1 DUMBER. 107. nvmmmumiam-t 'iMLw-w.nuy3 $f. tUM fwtog. SVKKER. The following fancy -dream b a gem of brilliant word-painting scarcely excelled la the language. Tie opening stanzas are haraly inferior to "Grey's Elegy In Country Church-Yard," which the y, In somedegree, resemble. Lo! lazy Summer, swarthy, in the tan lie panting, with bare braasU upon the hill. Swathing her limb In hazes warn and dun, There splendors into dusky splendors run, And sultry glory all the heaven o'er I1L Sot a white dimple stirs amid the corn, Sot a low ripple shivers through the leares; Since wrapped in gold and crimson gleams unshorn, Came flashing through the east, the regal morn, So throated twitterings gurgle round the cares. Flooded in sunny ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 13 September 1862

THE INDEPENDENT :OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUKPAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1862. d4 i I h I ; si 'K 1,1 i I i 1 v. fc . i- f !? Wm kym$tA. 0SKAL00SA. KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. Saturday, September 13, 1802. Bailroad Interests. Having in our last issue stated llie basis for the slat ting-point of the road; so far as Kansas i concerned, and the two points which should be connected by it the Metropolis and the Capital we propose to give some additional reasons why (his should be the policy of the Stale. Not deeming it necessary (o waste time and paper in arguments to prove the fact that where the main road strikes the Missouri rirer will be the great city of this region of the west, as no one who is conversant with the his tory and philosophy of commercial precedents will controvert the position, we proceed. I o state some of the bene fits to the Slate at large which will follow the adoption of this wise and consistent policy. The city thus built up will draw cap ital to itself.as naturally as th...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 13 September 1862

vv A,yp" fM,mmli isiwW WW HkMVHjMf1M' THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1862. li$ fmtyWttiT&it IS l'UBLISUED EVERT SATURDAY MORNING AT Oskaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. JLociii SepriiTeii)f. J. W. KOBEIITS, 1 v,i, JOHN W. DAY, tditots. The Delegates from this township to the county convention, appointed at the primary meeting on Wednesday, are as follows: M. R. Dutton, N". W. Taylor, Henry Ogle, H. O. Finch, Jo seph Filsimons, and Terry Critchfield. This is a very good delegation. mi i The Countt Convention meets at Osawkee to-day, (Saturday) to nominate candidates for the various county offi ces to be filled at the election this fall, and & senator to the legislature for two years. Jt3fGEo. A. Crawford, one of the prominent candidates for Governor, was In town this week. We did not have the pleasure of a personal interview. Z3TThe soaking rains of the past week or ten days will have a fine effect on late crops. JCETA family from Oskaloosa, Iowa,...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 13 September 1862

THE INDEPENDENT :OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1862.. J f K lit m ite pttl $Alx THE DREAM. "Mother," said little Charlie Lee, 'I had a dream last night.and I want you to tell me what it meant." Let me hear it, my son; perhaps ' can tell you somethig about it,and lieihaps not. Dreams generally have no meaning they are merely unconscious thoughts. But tell me yours." "I saw a number of boys at play, and they all seemed to enjoy them selves very'much until one of them happened to catch his foot in some thing and stumble upon another so hard that they both fell down. Neither of them was hurt much ; hut the boy that the other had fall en against became very angry, and wanted to fight, and most of the oth er boys ciied 'fight!' 'fight.' 'Hit him, Hill! hit him,' and other like talk. "But the other boy did not wish to fight; tiied to explain the accident, but the rest would not hear him, and cried out, 'He is a coward! Strike him, Bill, and make him fight!' And one said, 'Geor...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 20 September 1862

-? s - TZa(f".v'Hcta,KI 3HT j? 's 3jJ0jBfe M VJ ilif'i- $ t t If iV ' C ' . .c? iA. i.ii a- To .i..-a tsitsoa .rr J. W. ROBERTS, asMsMsssMsBasaa r ..,,.: SeMtd fo Jtgleqifife f eclwies, ftrfcrftctos, s.d9 fiti .tbvW.' . , ' Ut? liau .tJ'fc 'j-1 Ln i.l Etlilir aid Prtiriettr. VOLUME III, NUMBER 4. 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 20, 1862. ,ll'E8Ul-. WHOLE. NUMBERS. .! ! -lfc' Ind Ihe "! "" 75 "T "" Bl MtM 01 THE KEASOX BUT. Do you wUh to know the reason Why your neighbor often call On tho aeshlng widow Bilkius, And attends her to the balls Why hi carriage is seen stopping At some noted clothing store, And tho widow goes a shopping Where sho never went before? If you wish it, I wUl tell you Let me whisper to you sly - If riy esteem it proper, ; It is not jr bosinefs wht. ? So you with to know why Pater " Has forsaken friends and home,'"i And left his nati to country, ' In.a distant lend to roam 7 W hy Polly seems so lonely Sinco the day that Peter left, ,fn And of all his friends, sho on...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 20 September 1862

THE INDEPENDENT :OSKALOOSAf KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1862, ' 21 ul i 1 ;: 'It m' I 1 . i- ;: i J & ,H i' 1 1 t Ml lh nityrctt3$i OSKALOOSA, KANSAS J. W. BOBEHTS. Editor. Saturday, September 20, 18(. "Twelve Thousand Killed and Wound ed." How easily the words are spoken; how quickly ihey flash over the tele graphic wire. Hundreds of thousands read them, and almost as quickly as read is the subject forgotten. But there are some who never forget, who never can forget the dreadful tidings. Yonder is a mother, sitting lonely in her home. A few months ago she bade her son farewell, telling him to go to the defense of his country, and a mother's blessing went with him. She bad asked the protecting care of Heav en that his head might be shielded in the hour of buttle. But now the tid ings comes that he is one of the twelve thousand. He has fallen in the sacred cause for which he took up arms; she will sec him no more. The hope of her declining years is cut off; the prop on which ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 20 September 1862

"5 JZ.Wlmm mtfm-m THE INDEPENDENT: OsEuToOSA, KaIsSA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1862. L'3 i ,233: AM h' m i u. !! )t r "hc gmftpwifeiit. IS 1'CDLIsntD J.YEUT SVTURDAT UOEM.NQ AT Oskaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. :!Joqi SeHhi6i)f. J. W. HOBKRTS, JOHN . DAY, Editors. The Eepublican County Convention. On Inst Saturday the Republican County Convention met nt Osawkee and organized by electing Daniel Shire f Chairman, and J. M. Huber Secretary. The nominations for the various county , offices were as follows : .' . A'. W. Spaldixo, Esq., Tor the Senate. P. E. Havens for Clerk of the Dis- f tricVCourt.- Jous W. Dat, for Probitc Judge. Terry Critcufield for Assessor. The Delegates to the State Conven tion were, M. R. Dutton, Esq., of this p.acc, Rufus Crosby, of Grasshopper Falls, and J. Peterson, of Osawkee. 'Primary Meetings. : ' Oikaloosa Township. The Repub ! lican primary meeting will be held in dskaloosa, at 2 o'clock P.M. ou Satur i,.,,lay, September 27ih, 18C2, for the election of s...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 20 September 1862

THE INDEPENDENT :OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 1862. aEacaEx i I I -T .s I I IS.. If ,'H. r- It i ' a ! V t J' I. ' Is i! l.j : H 'J, I J 3 k ihe fittl dlb. SOWING LITTLE SEED. Little Bessie had got a present of a new book, and she eagerly opened it to look at the first picture. It was the picture of a bov sitting by the de of a stream, and throwing seeds .ito the water. "I wonder what this picture is a bout,"said :he; why does the boy throw seeds into the water!" "0,1 know," said her brother Ed ward, who had been looking at the book, "he is sowing the seed of water lillies." "But how small the seeds look," said Bessie. "Ii seems strange to think that large plants should grow from such little things." "You are sowing just such 'tiny seeds every day, Bessie; and they will come up large strong plants af ter awhile," said her father. "O, no, father! I have not planted any seeds for a long time." "I have seen my daughter sow a number of seed to-day." Bessie looked puzzled, and...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 27 September 1862

i- -fe. -.i3Ei 1 !t - - m mM.m w w i m m in-T ,'JK- -" ' : ; s "c rqM ?Vj n??n Vf W 4 J 4 V X , rrssawf.- .r: J, W. ROBERTS, Sebofcd fo agictjititi-e, Wei?Ic?, trts, Vetes, 9 6eiKhi Xitel-e. f ,'. iar- i i, n B.. h- Edltir utl Prtpie't:. -l-J --! :4j VOLUME III, NUMBER 5. U42. OSKALOOSA, KANSiSJSEPTEMBER 27, 1862. n ' ; .umam naB nmml mm . gH KH H' H mml ? nmm! ammaum! naB mmm! emmi v tf JSii iT7'ir va.s: - -fc. 1T ' - S, B ,.. ,-; ft-4 n ir- T -V -TT, - : . 7 ..-'. 14 -; -. -j " .... ii : girded ftg. T t. w. uowji. n ' The Mcr, U fkll, Ikt hBthtdroecwloii' dumb mad stead; tiMd, Thojlorj bed UUL Tke 4alt gtare, ' Cst tuf, ffrMt ltk ariac m1b, Uld m akort, ' aotJtiUabrjkT. ,4' SUIIbcm aid peace, ' Tat vanlaxiac daap of ntulhet ,'' -Are hi and Ioa( releaee. Tke'aobeor var DleUkedcUthBDder.oniae sanmerbreeze; Only tbefall-eoiled trea' From helfbt alar. Breathe down their naUIng'mualc brer Urn, ' 1 J TbromthtiiUijtt dim. " i The War, the pall, 'TBedeatb-ebroBd.cUDCiorlo urutlrrinr folda...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 27 September 1862

THE INDEPENDENT :OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2iy. 1862. s- J 4 , n r m .-! fc i' i I1 ? 11 aw ISI.B f IV :. 1 Jim i r t . r fit RM., M, 1 i I 'I fto gnautot OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. S. W. X0BERT8. Sdltot. Saturday, September 27, J8G3. A Great laannsibiltfj. Perhaps there never was a govern ment having a heavier weight of re sponsibility resting upon it than de volves upon ours at the present time. , ana uas been resting there since the commencement of the war. Not only nas it been under the necessity of shap ing a eivil policy to meet the exigencies ot ibe strange times and wonderful .events upon which it had fallen and which it must needs direct; but the vast military movements, so gigantic in their huge proportions as to astonish the world, were under its immediate di rection and control. Those who envy the President and bis Cabinet their places have a poor appreciation of their liemendous datj and accountability. There has been a very narrow line of duty to walk upon from th...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 27 September 1862

THE INDEPENDiffr7MAr:KANgAS, SATURDAY- SEPJR 277 Sfrt gadtpfufont. it ruBLtsgco EVnr iatckday yobxixq at Osk.Ioosi. JeffersoR County, Kansas. JLoci Seprfhiei!. J. W. ROBBRTS, I FJllnr JOHN "W . DAY, EJUors. - yWe liRve a few of Morton's Gold Pens of various sizes, for sale. Those who wish to obtain them should call soon. . Gottay's Ladj's Book' for October has 72 illustrations, and fully maintains the high reputation of this first of fash ionable ladies' magazines: S3 a year. L. A. Godey, Philadelphia. Tub Evening Bulletin, the new Daily of Leavenworth, has made ita appearance It is a live paper printed in the best style of the art, and filled with, good reading and the latest news. We wish the publishera the fullest measure of success. i Marty's Goli Pew. Those who have much writing to do know what a pleasure it is to have a re liable pea thai will accomplish the work in hand in the most approved manner imd with least trouble. Such pens are manufactured by Mr. A. Mortov, of New Yor...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 27 September 1862

vT THE INDEPENDENT rOSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY," SEPTEMBER, 1862. J i : got th fail gate. LAZY STEPHEN. Books were distributed, scholars commenced their studies, but Giace look no more notice of Stephen Wright, but peiceived that he oc cupied himself in catching dies and ulling utF their wings, and torment ing scholars who sat near him. Two little boys complained that he had stuck pi us in ineir boots, and was constantly pricking them; another complained that he had stuck pins in the benches; all kinds of tiicks were played by him; and when he was tired he laid his head down upon the desk and went sound asleep. Grace proceeded hopefully with the re.l; a few sullen spirits at first refused obedience, but when they found -that the spirit of the school was with the new teacher, they he came ashamed, and one by one laid down their weapons of rebellion She walked among them with such a elf-reliant manner, and was so ful ly prepared to teach what she pro fessed, that a feeling of respect...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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