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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 4 October 1862

JJI Mi. -" .Off. .v , I Iill . : W 1 Mm ATMA -n! . ---, -- " 4 :&&r&vS& iii -frjv li .aijjw i saa)ajaWeifc 'M.kmwm -JL II ; I I II It-: I -I II I MI I I -icscsl J.W.ROBERTS, ? t SebofeJ fa agicqVe, ftfeeferfo ftfe fc and fiWlhwsft VOLUME IU, NUMBEB 6. -"A sr' a . ;(" Edjlr ail Prtiricttr. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, OCTOBER 4, 1862, tXtfttH CBJ MBEBS. 3 K ata,ye Lyons looms, . To deck oar girls for gay delights The erissaoa lower eflmuleMoom, Aad eolema aureae BU the nights. Weare bat ate Bag waoee Man to-day 1 Broop heavy o'er ear early deed, Aad homely ihmm, Mane aad par, For erpaaae that am aara thai r bread ! Keep beak yoar tones, y a Tiola sweet, That bow deUgat from otker laada I -' Soaae than the dnaeeCa reaUeaafeet Tha trumpet leads oar warrior baada. Aad ye that wage the war of worda With mystic bate aad aabtlle power, Go, chatter to the Idle Mrde, Or teach the laaaoa of the hoar. Ye Sibyl Arte, la oi Be all yoar oBkea combiaed 1 Stand oloae, whHe Coarage drawi the l...

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

THE INHEPENDEST: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1862? ir-j Sp i U' 1 LI k Hi kU b giifaptutal OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. 3. W. ROBERTS Editor. Saturday, October 4, 18(52. The Pacific Railroad. As there is now an almost, cei tain prospect for the speedy construction of the Pacific Railroad through Kansas, it becomes a subject of vital importance to have the route properly located. In this Blatter the future welfare of our State is deeply involved, not only for the present, but for all time to come. We have already shown that the road must strike the Missouri at' Leaven worth, or Kansas loses the city of tLe west loses the wealth which willlcon ecatrate there, the benefits of the com merce to be controlled by its capitalists j aod tbe taxes to.be levied upon the mi aaease wealth which will there find anj, investment. We say this must be had at Leavenworth 'or it goes to Missouri, because we hare no place except Lenv a worth where it fan he secured. The Lei ven worth, Pawnoe and Was'....

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 4 October 1862

"-J.-J .l""ws-..r" THE INDEPENN: pSKAI.OICSAS, SATURDAY, OOXOBErXiSoT mnk wiw t -penitent ' " Z T, rCBLISKED EVEUT SiTURDAT-MORXlSO AT Oskaloosa. Jefferson County, Kansas. t i!h.r, ' 4 i J. IV. ROBERTS, ) ,!.. , .-J-i JOHN 'WAV,. iiton-.li yfhe October Torni of theTro- )ite Court opens en next Holiday. TheBpard of County Commissioners, told Vsession commencing on Tuesday. r - T - " Attention, Oskaloosa' Guards! , -Will'oeet ontSalurdaj, October 4th, ind Satuidaj.'October 1 1 ill, at 2 o'clock P. M. of each day. ' LC: B.-McClsltjlh, pant. (t , Organiie. t We publish in another column Order Ko.'l from Major General Halderman, relative to the organization "of ' the Mili tia. 'Ifc,is absolutely necessary to give attention, to this matter.. Our State has been Fnradedl and most daring outrag es perpetrated, upon bur citizens. We trio w1 not how sobn nof where similar depredations, may, b'e committed, and , Ihelcilizens at ail points should be pre pared;- so ibat'if miscreants come they wi...

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

Hmamittiwn THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA; KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1862. 1 - H fib IJ- ran J U E K ft"! &m ite ptU olk LAZY STEPHEN. "Come, Prince," said Grape," we'll walk along together;" and Stephen, finding that his dou followed the teacher, joined the same company. They had a great deal of plesant talk about cows, horses, seasons, country amusements, etc.,and Steph en was surprsed when he got home, to think how much conversation had passed between himself and the agreeable young teacher, more than had ever occurred with all the oth ers taken together. Grace was convinced that there was an avenue by which she could reach this hard nature, and awaken his dormant faculties, that she was sure lay sleeping there, for the boy exhibited close observation in the re marks which he had made upon sub jects with which he was laminar. Next moraine, after the classes were organized, Stephen stepped forward, and said, rather sheepish 4 ly, "I would rather do something than to set here id...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 October 1862

'i "" '- ----&?: T7-7T7Tait ,.L., j'''.J!iL'5y..,gbtWjleii;,.li i i.iiii;T;i , , - ' 5' , ,, i.,.,.0 :. ' ;: Jir';J l.'Vvr"":" -; I I I 1 l:-z,r :wwrr, -fH -I t-f -FF' Jijawtif w . . ,-. ... ,', ,T -' " n:.. :'.r;, '.;i;,.'1; ;;: "t---.- .Y; .'CK "..r ''' V;:7"",; :.- ' ',.-'" ,r -2AZiua TffrT-- c .t.; - i. ,,. t ; ; ; ' y - "' - - tt-K-- - " . .. ....moi. i.i '-j j'jy.:r: , i i: w-. ; "'"- . VOLUME Illr NUMBER 7. v" ?" . -n.i,,: ,-i.,u ;,", '.,,., 'J; 'e. ". qix i tq Va '1 AVci U ii'1 ' ' r ' "VEd J ,f,: (' -' 'AtlcU 'f' ' -' v cs" g - .hjii anaa u ,.6:au ' 1 jv " - : J x "'"' ; ,! 87" :iuo -i .'..w .vV .yfywA,cJtAJNSAS vuTOBERl 1862 s fii:i !coe, : -i6:aa -qii- WHOLE NUMBER. 111. ! I . . I i . . .'. I 5 fe- .1 M . n - . I . TT ' $IfeiJ fh. THE BATTLE .AUTUMN F 188. Tk iin of war like Mono-Unit r, Tba ctirxiac,tmpeU blow ; , " Trt rolli bo thaader in the ikj, ' : Xo earthquake ttiiret belot. iMiftmim tMfHint, Katerekeef Q . j HeraBdeot yroBiae weU,j, , Thonjj-h o'erherbiook and...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 October 1862

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11,-1862; - - n ir I 4 I i i l uatptfltnt. 0SKAL00SA. KANSAS. J. W. BOBBRTS. Editor. Iturdty, October 11, 1862. VMIOK SEPU1UC1V TICKET. Gvttnur, THOMAS CARJTEY. Ziimtmamt Oenrnnr, TaOS. A. OSBORS. , J . Trnuurtr. WILLIAM SPRIGGS. Acrtlny cf SUU, V. W. II. LAWRENCE. .Auditor, asa Hargrove. . Suptrinttndtnt cf PnUie JStrtsim, LI, GOODWIN. Afatrnty General, W. W. GUTHRIE. Amociatt Juttiet, L. D. BAILEY. andtae ticket nominated is coacposed. of respectable names; bat the whole? fair was cut-aadlried scheme mora intensely partisan than any other action in politics during the campaign. As to the name, lhare is an old saying about "stealing the lirery of heaven to serve the devil in," which may apply in this a Cagr$t, C. WILDER. Ceunty Ticket. HecaUir, A. W. SI'ALDISO. 0?rlr r A Dittrict Cvrt, PAUL E. HAVENS. Pnhate Jvivt. JOHN W. DAV. TERUY CKITCnHKLD. -. Tke Two Parties. W'hish shall we choose? This i the question for every ci;izen to...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 October 1862

-n iijim.i,. 1 assssssss m Qnitftvfoti. n roau$i "lit SATCSDAf ME5Iira AT tkalnta. Jefferm Cintj, Ititii. J. W. ROBKRTS, JOBS W. BAY, JBdaers. . Attamtiaa, OfttlMM Omaris! Will neeton Satardav, October 4th. n Satai daj, October 1 1 th, at 2 o'clock Pi II. af each dj.A C. B. McClellak, Capt. "O'iag o circumstances bt-Toad our ccatiol, we shall not be able to coaa-awut-e tiie publication of Part Second of Ev aageliae aatil about "two week from the present iiave, when we cert ainlj expect to have the asaaaacnpt ia baad. , We regret these delays, bat ataot always fcaY,tliaga a we would We ak tat iadulgenc of or patrons for this tletsy. We feel very coafideai tbe Bt6rj will be tesumcd. tmlesa wa vcforereeB ausforfuae should occur. In the saesn liate caa we not hare one erttwo hnndied asms added to our lilt of tub5critiera ? tier tat Fair. 'We hope all our readers will remem ber that the County Agricultural Fair oaea. off, aexi. Wednesday aad Thurs- day the I5:h and I61I1 iats. in this pl...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 October 1862

11. - w -St- i THEr INDEPN $ATUKDI (DGTdBfiii;1 1882. i a 4 ik i 8 1 i l J ii Sj 1 i . f- Ik; s ri BE KIND TOANDIALS. Children, do you love God's crea tures? 1 do not mean human beings alone your parents and friends but do you show a tender care for animals which he has made, in a measure, dependent upon your mer cy and generosity? Are you gen ue to the dog that follows you so faithfully, and the cat which sits be- ide the hearth? Do you grieve to see even a beast abused ? 1 will tell you a story about kindness to ani mals, which may. help you to under stand and remember what I say. TOE TAME TIIKUSII. I will give you an account of a little bird) which was the delight of a whole year in my childhood, and which I can never speak or think of without a tender regret 1 found the bird in the hands of a little ragged boy, who was so cruel as to rob nests whenever he could find any. It was a brown thrush; a beautiful kind of bird, with spotted breast and chestnut-colored back and wings. But...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 October 1862

. . fc,-,-- , jh )(i! rt'zaa mrcr SUIT iutfjoicpBf i .SCI AJL;-lli ZkZnm .A200JAXH0 ' il-.-i ivS ! T ' iJWWli MecWesjIiH'rtfettSy. S"'..- Tr,"""" : ? e" i . , . . . . ""TTT ...... , ' . " " " ' .' - i -, mtm m . -.71 M'tJx oJ r.msui .; .'. w , to!! ao 9at? .CnHI ,$ uu4 4) .vIrwi' Editor aid Prtprfeir VOLUME III, NUMBER 8. i ,r t- . - - ; 8EdiJCS)SA, 'KANSAS.JKOER 18,. 1862. Uft.'l ?T3Stf: 1V1 t.J WHOLE -NUMBER. 112. ) w . ,1 7n-t . -- sV VW iwsjv.n a amrrBwTr,-emi "at, T T f t . V ! ' , V t T (X -' - - r r .-rr -ct r a m -'."um i ; i , i iiviii j K ,i r.iii- J M. BT '; ! .' V'l- V'-M . . ;' W!'flJ y-!""'0"5' -'a ! n '.ndjl.j nsM.M .M ,. m' IlUMM MM' ,-,i i -J '-; -;' .: .,.. -i ,, Jr r"K n" ! nb ''" Huo' ?''i-2:il,X-JLr,Sky45 s-.JblAL 1 ':t V' l " .'' ;o " ' :'jl' L;'. ' ' l ' ' "K to, n-.lni: 70, .JI Jir., nn, .,,., 3 t .. , , ,; . .,.., ...... ,. , .. I -". " " " ' ; v,"'"-- M.it,av..-v,-:,,a!.(!n,:: j..i,.., ..;.- rj . JU -- b..- ...t,-: i" ' -LliLli '.. ll ;'lT.,:9ri 9:u. "e'."K...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 October 1862

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKpLOOSA KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER -w . . ' i - ?jj. & Sr; ?e. I ke guirf rsfest 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS. J. W. XOBEBTS. SdMor. Saturdly, October 18, 1862. UH0V BEFUBUCA TICKET. Gunner, THOMAS CARNEY. ;: . lieetmtemt Qcttrnor, THOS. A. OSBORS. ;. ftvomrwr. ',.-. ' WILLIAM SPRIGGS. 1 Stcrtirry qf State, t. T. W. II. LAWRENCE. '.Auditor, -ASA HARGROVE. SvptriHUndent of Public hdntetim, 1. T. GOODWIN. Attorney Gourd, W. W. GUTHRIE. Auodatt Jmdiet, L. D. BAILEY. . Cmorut, M- A. C. WILDER. County Tiektt. ft. W. SPALDING. : . Citric or til LiUrut Court, PAUL E. HAVENS. JVoBrfr .fate, JOHN W. DAY. . Ammor, TERRT CRITCHFIELD. SiptrinUmJaU rf PuUie Instruction, NEWELL COLBY. Coroner. JESSE TATLOR. . lUprtttntatite to tit LtguUtur. G. M. LEE. A "TTjum" CwTMltiffa. We notice s report of the proceeding of a self-styled "Union" convention in the Gazette, which met atTalrEald in Jefferaon townsbip.pu last Saterday.aad proceeded to aomiaate a ticket, whieh process consisted entirel...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 October 1862

mt aMMiaaais -ll ,, W -gwkpmdrut. f "j ?' ?-ri O.kileosi, Jeffemi Centy, Euut. 1. 1 r r" ' ; 1 1? j T "j r " i - caaiit iiuia iuJSii. iiji JSEI J. W. ROBERTS. 1 ... .loJsnr; ,7 U ,331 1 Jta&giMsl. lrt Bv request, "We'anndunce that the subject of the morning's discourse, itfaiT-p&U9,TrV. MMtlie M. E. Church in this place, on next Sab- 'Stth,7.willber Thk Providence op "?GdD AS-EXEXPfcTFiKD I.N Te DfSCOV- -MYKD1' SETTljblE.Vr Of AHEKICA. There will be preaching next vLDftL,d4jv (tomqrrow)'t. Three Vclbck, P. 31., in Dr. Buck's School House, Oskaloosa, by Elder , m 1. .at' V?1W-f9"ORT. v ft IK Tke Dirtrict Crt Meefe iri this-place on Monday the 27ih fnst!1 "All who have business " Itotransact, ,6r are, otherwise -inter- jesteL can .rpake,a note of the time, n'4.aeport. themselves accordingly. TktGautj Fair. !fTaing into consideration the un settlecondUSori of the country, "which1 rendered tfid. 'hoIdfn: of the ," Fair at all a doubtful matter, added Jtajthe wet hat jbe Agricult...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 October 1862

THE INEENPNTi 1QSLppSAKSA;SATURDAY.iQp7QBERi8i 1862. '! CHILDREiTSPBATTLE At the merchant's house there was a large party of children rich peo ple's children and great people's chil dren. The merchant was a man of good standing in society, and a man of learning. He was active, honest and rich: a man of intellect and heart; but talked of most on account of his wealth. There visited at his home several distinguished persons, both of birth and people of talent, and those who cams under neither of these heads. But the present was an assembly of children, with children's talk; and they generally speak like parrots. There was one little girl excess ively proud. She had been foolishly flattered until made vain. Her fa ther was Kammerjunker, (a title at court) and she thought this was very grand indeed. 41 am a court child,' she said. She might as well have said a cel lar child, as far as she herself was concerned. She informed the other children that she was "born," (well born, she meant;)...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 25 October 1862

' .fr.QJ' "'!- uZTcnccreamiiif jrffSHl Slff -T , W&fliHPSfc 8 rr.; '1 "ir t;-; OSi - -r -. - , r - - H H H w3-(- .snswJ- -'M ' ,. . " : ii . rrri) ,,' .,-,'K-ri ts. .:, p-"- 'at i, n .. Sfaf- .., - t .v I -I CL' ..WQslnSis ii Jftu ..so ss to rJX J. ff. ROBERTS, "..:.e.e3;!;!c,llf'lirei j)(ijles, frfe, fetes, grf ficQerid, Jittfajfe b -: a 3.' !, -Ik Editor-aid Prf riettr. t1 ;.ij? . rft ih. . ;- VOLUME III, NUMBEB fe : Joa- OSKALOOSA, KiNSAS, OCTOBEE 25, 1862, WHOLE NUMBER. HI. 4 f ' : " ':;'-uOo,m. . .. or. i , ii ' . ... d ,"-' . '" ' r T J- '. . ' ..." . . - -'J At . ; . u ... .a. .'! f tt Original :jjjfritii iionwiw- t ';07 E,0H? 8SC0BED EVAN-GELINE; THE DOUBLETRAITOR a. kecobb or vsi mUV initim. ' wmimii kirtMLT ro 1m BirKirBtiir,n BY THE AUTHOR OP xTbhM.cn,t,WyomI "AItic. tte M.rtrr," cje TVeldon. "The Wr.1 Hun,- PART Iktrodcctiox to Part Skcohd. As a portion of the readers of the In dependent did not see the First Part of this story, we eoadense the leading features into ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 25 October 1862

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAYaCIQEER18fi2- Ik ttuai. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. 7. W. ROBERTS. Editor. Saturday, October 25, 1802. XWIOH HEPUBIICAN TICKET. Guttrtur, t THOMAS CARXEV. Lieutenant Oottnur, THOS. A. OSBORJf. , , Trtaturtr, WILLIAM SPRIGGS. Sccrttrry f Stutt, W. II. LAWRENCE? "f J f : AudiUr, ASA HARGROVE. 'Suptrittnltnt of PnNic lnttnieli-.n, ltf? l. T. GOODWIN. AWirnty General, W. W. GUTHRIE. AuoeiaU Justice, L. D. BAILE1'. Giipre, A. C. WILDER. County Ticket. Stnatar, A. W. SI'ALDING. Cert- of thi Dutrid Curt, I'AUL E. HAVENS. Prrfnie Judye. JOHN W. D'. TERRY CHITCnFIELD. ' iSttf-trinttnJent rf PMie Inslructitn, n" NEWELL C0LUV. Gtnmtr, JESSE TAVLOR. RtprtrentatiTi tothr Ltgitlalurt, G. JI. LEE. .1 -In. Senator Pomeroy and Bailroada. In his speech at a political meeting in Atchison a few evenings since. Sena tor Pomeroj took occasion to give his views upon railroad matters, and we are certainly surprised at his want of sagac ity or lack of honesty. He says that...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 25 October 1862

IIIIZ!" "'"S.. v ' ""5 "?S5!5 r. .- - -?--&- .- .- T "'JB " 4 & t . K i. ,1 fe -grftpttftai. It rtlBLISRKD XVEKT SATCBDAT MOBSISO AT eikiltiKltfffnei Canty, Kaisu. ,' - ' J. W. ROBERTS, I .... ,WHJ' - NAY, J "' ' ' Ik Dktriet Coirt Meets in this place on Monday the 27th fnsL All who have business t'o'transact, oare' otherwise inter ested, can make a note of the time, and deport themselves accordingly. " ' . . - f CANDIDATES. DriG.-A. Beet is an Independent UnionCandidarfPTor Senator, to rep resent Jeflerion county in the next Legislature. E. Bailsv isiaMdepenJent Un conditional UaieTn Candidate for Repreiatth'ertif the 19th District in thjuiext Legislature. .JjfWe me authorized to announce David MrKsLvrasan Indt-pondent Un ion in!i Jute Tor Representative to the ILi-lsiare Irom the District composed ior 0awkee Kaw and Kentucky Town .sliip. in tliii County. Gen. lane Here Again. 'On last Monday evening Gen. ILancand Hon. W. W. H. Lawrence .-addiiesed the citizens of this plac...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 25 October 1862

ft- Js-- s ?-l THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER , T86E Jnrhtntrttu TRUEJHCHES. ' A little boy sat by his mother, looking steadfastly at some distant object. He seemed p be lost in his owa reflections. Then, as the deep thought began to pass away, his eye grew bright, and he spoke. 'Mother, I vih 1 could be rich. Why does my son wish to be rich?' And the child said, llecauser'ev- ery one praises the rich. Every one inquires after the rich. That man yesterday asked who was the richest man in the village. At school there is a boy who does not love to learn. He takes no pains to say well hi It kons. Sometimes he tP Ira evi! words. But the cVUdre MM him not, for thev say tm inker to rich.' The mother s Ike her hi wa in danger of fettieviaf tka wealth might take th place of good ness, or be an excu e .o. indolence or cause those to be Ik Id 1 1 honer who lead unworthy the, fcn he asked him, 'What is it to he iicn?' He answered, 1 do not know. Yet do tell me how to bec...

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

BBBBBBBBammmmmmmmmmwm-- - t ?'"".nuiugB!!BB!? L1-"' .'. 'w.'y-i imeSfimmiKatmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmHmm'mi' i - ----T , v jL . rn-i i.i wg, , , . .Jtv- -t-J-"rr - . ,.., ,..,,. .,.; ...: i,w-..- -Wl,v VrTV Ul-.t"7n' - g - y JK' F"ji,lrI'rT70z' iPnf-1 raJ TJpOOJi T-P.n :TZ:'Tfyrjiq3nrIHT ." T . " .. A J. V. ROBERTS, &btfedfo agicuHqre, ajeciWies, nl'tfitos,. j)J deil ttorafore. . S'Wfl'" ! . ' i Eiittr ait htymttr. n 'mi ?( It V"! i-sr'tj' t it Si.-, -I VOLUME III, NUMBER 3. OSKALOOSA. KANSA3, NOVEMBEB 1, 1862, WHOLE NUMBER, lit. 1 4 . JC. ' , . ,-. ( - n r ' ' " ..'.-.. "14. . i . v ... t ,n. " T" ft I H " - " " - . -,-..,,. t C 1 -,-lryi; ...? - - gill i I 'KJ."1 , fTtfl 1 . S i DiiiiV Sa: -v-- '$.' trijiwii (MTT-BinT ttCCBU EVANGELINE; THE DOUBLE TRAITOR: a Alton oi tmi Biiuftioa. warn it roe BY THK AUTHOR OF "The atWyomihg," "Alvaia,the Martyr," PART SECOND. Ckaptelt na OWfl tmm stATsa wssk aptcctkb. (kat M wm the ffcl of the f rtt trmgedj in th opening of...

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

VJ2 n.jm-1uJi-KB...mjJn mmi-i THBrlNDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA; KANSASrfftTURDAY, NOVEMB 85 t" 23S EPpr2r9 It i. -v' -. ii j L'' tn -A r Ui V.4 T - i - 3 f 1 A t Sto tafejmtfl inft - - & 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. Saturday, November I, ISG. W-'- ' " ' zvmon -BEPuiucAimcacETr - TJIO.M.V3 CARXCV. " i-l-icuttnant Gcrcr.wr, TilCW. A. OSliURV. r, W: WILLIAM Sr-iUGGS. & ; z.z -. x.:.l."k "&?rrtts,f State, , . $. " i - - , ,; Vic: 5 .-Jcujr.r, ASA MAlfettSvfc. a '" - .-r.W,n. frrMicIn,trtti. - i. iooinvj.v.j.i.-o,, '-. W. OCTflKlE: . - . . i i; " L. D'llAfLKV: V ' A. C. WILDER. r 3.C County Ticket. ,, S-af r. -. Vssjj'Ai.niNo. -: r " Cink ' Jht Dltttlt a.it, ' lMia J liAyEXa. " lUMte Jultf, , I -r JOHX W.lAi. terkv cisncnnrT.D.. -i . . XBWEL. COLUV- ; 't j Jf J JESE TAYLOR. ' . i 'fljrvn.tatir'e totU latitat ere-! t - (. Jl, t.bb. p- "-, TO THE POLLS ! t -Fellow cilizens lJ Afi impni.tant "tlect'uin i$ at liaud. On next Tues-t dny the peopie.if Kansas are to tie- cide ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 1 November 1862

jgimMOT xmxs?yr'1 1862. ou m - . -3iLk'dJ'ttUr2 S eii.,imus te.m of onc Xy. WitneJatti -lM&&ix2X. Oskaloosa, Jeffenoi Ceutr, Kims. loqi ikpatftoenf. nmtny ymnnrrj :ifgt:y.:ij;f j J. W. ROBERTS, i .,.. c--i V, em. ;o sfi vs '.'.' J -A A J T s3l CANDIDATES1, f Dr C. A. Bl'ck is an Independent ' resent Jellerson county in the next Legislature.., t ,. . . . . E. B.iu:r'ti? an Independent Un . coriditiii;d;j"Unin Candidate"' lor RepreeRtativeUiflic'IilifirUiji, in the next Legislature. David Al.-K.KLvr as an lnl-p n l-t,t (in ton candidate tor ranrt- nuttier t ! f I -r t-v" .'ftVA'V and KvnWcky Town- c.np'iMi thi-, we oTer our Lods i---i.:: T-'i.:"i '-.:i.- - .i,,..!....! :i . i .. . z. It,' i iF Ji, I u t. . Solomon Kckh is an Independent Candidate far Represent auveln the "21sr: District:.' v .i ,. i r.,u . qui. coTnrriT.' .iVpiUifiSjaqd ,deuiajiuues have done thek beti to get. op diiii:nltie .. ahd.excUe'l(i:al,fiiejuilices lir the.r ' own unhullownli airiMe. Let 1 I heseC' wi...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 1 November 1862

iMTUVSfWr-J THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS,'-SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1862. r Xi 5. I m the fitllr rfclb. THANKFULNESS. A little girl did net want to pray when Jie retired to rest. I do not like to tell you her true name, so will call her Helen. "Have you nothing to thank God foil" asked her mother. - '.o,"said Helen," you and papa give me etx-ry thing." "Xot for your pleasant home?' Hked mother. ' It is my papa's house; he lets me live in it." "Where did the wood come from to build it?" asked mother. From trees," answered Helen, "and they growed in big forests." "Who planted the big foresb? Who gave rain to water them? Who did . not allow the Winter to kill them, r the lightning to blast them? Who kept them growing from little tiees to trees big enough to build houses with? 2i6l papa, not man, it was God." Helen looked her mother in the eye, and then said, "Papa bought nails to make it with." "What are nails made off asked iiiamma. "Iron," answered Helen, "and men dig iron out of ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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