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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 8 November 1862

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Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 8 November 1862

5 rH llM m It tr1 y -h, MM M isi She gfiritfrnit ton OSKALOOSA. KANSAS. J. W. BOBEHTS. Editor. Saturday, November 8, 1862. Oar State Election. We are pleased to chronicle the tri umphnnt election of Messrs. Carney and Wilder by large majoritier. We believe all the candidates on the Republican Stale ticket are elected, thoagh the ma jority will be much greater for some than fur others. Mr. Lakix, of this coanty, is deserv edly popular, and runs ahead of his ticket. We only regret that he was nut on the Republican ticket; for we should be highly grati6e' to record the fact of his election. He is a gentleman, an honorable man. high-toned and wor thy ofneonfidence. Bis opponent is al so said to be a man of the same type, and it is some comfort to know he was aot benten by n "acalliwag." 'fiie resalt of this election we cannot regard in any other light lliansas a blessing, present and ; respective, for our State. We rejoice that the efforts of tlia best men in Kansas to redeem l.f-r from...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 8 November 1862

n 4 1 She pilcjtfnfet .,iruBUSBiVKBT SATUEDAY MOESIXO AT Oikaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. J. TV. JOBS KOI-BUTS, I Local Affain. We regret very mucli tlmt the ciii xens of ill'8 township felt constrained o wise ilie local issue at the polls on Tuesday. It had been our most earn est desire, that these matters should not ntr into the canvass; but in this we irere disappointed. The people here thought they were justified in the course they pursued; the result proves (hat in some points, at leHSt, they were mistaken. We shall not stop to even name the causes foi their action. It is pail, and cannot be amended, and no good can be accomplished by a rehears al of errors, real or supposed on the part of others. It is with real pleasure we turn to the action of the voters in Grasshop per Falls township. The result there shows that the people of that place were not making the local issue. Un der the circumstances we cannot but regard the vole of that township as highly honorable and praise...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 8 November 1862

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8; -'1862. , , I l).l I .- m hi hfl ii lm l- M B.5 . J ll r gst foe pt8t f cll& SHUTTING DOORS. "Don't look soJcross, Edwnrd, when I call you back to shut the door; gran'pa feels the March wind. You have got to spend your life shut ting doors, and might as well begin to learn now, Edward." "Do forgive me, gran'pa. I ouphl to be ashamed. But what do you mean? I am going to college, and then I'm going to le a lawyer." "Well, admitting all thai, I imag ine 'Squire Edward Carter, will have a good many doors to shut, if he ev er makes much of a man.,, "What kind of door? Do tell me, gran'pa." "Sit down a minute, and I'll give you a list. In the first place, the door of your ears must be closed against the bad language and evil counsel of the boys and young men you will meet at school and college, or you will be undone. Let them once get possession of that door, n ml 1 would not give much for Edward Carter's future prospects. "The...

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 November 1862

m " i - - - t mm mil vr J BBW 'BUI BwY H S &, i. '-: f..lf;, ' i ?. ufh -C- tL ! . : a, . J. W. ROBERTS, J- cboie3 fo agicifii-6, panics, gtts, fletos, a3 Several Jiieraftire. ,".: .'S3l .',-" i J-v. ..-fU'. V t . -ij . r . Editer aiJ-Prtprietr. ti-a . co J . VOLUME III, NUMBER 13, ., - ? TrNrrf; OSKALO0SA, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 22,' 1862. .1. "WHOLE NUMBEB. 117. Sf A I f i-t -1 n rf -k-ikrrlvt-MMi awawS bbS ! am - LwbwbI ! ' ; bw&W & - bwbS wbwbI aM bbw&W wbwm bM awM awnm Lna 1 HI . t M X. V w m , m J m M'm- I I ''I m-- i m - t f " vMr - - awa. Sk- ; SSSL AWB k. SWA a J' - BBS SBB : -WAS I ' - .- .'-.'',",: IV u M0hurt COPT-RIOHT SECURED itETlNGELINE THE DOUBLE TRAITOR: WRITTBK UmsiT ro j - " BY Till: "1. Mcre t . Wvomlh. Alra,ez, the Mnrtyr, l-t. PART t . Chapter V. Crime Maturing. K.. IO UVfc VMI IIIKIUtlUU IU tUUUW 1 U ?pleton thmuirb all his devious wars. gas he sought to gain his wicked ! ends. After no small efforts in the consideration, adoption, rejection, re con...

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 November 1862

1 - THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1862. W4 n h f JV t v ra M rrf .JlfJ ii.i Iv 4. -ffl Si IfSJ i Wht gwikpitai 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBEHTS. Editor. Saturday, November 22, 1862. Editorial Bwpontibiiity. A WORD WITH PUBLISHERS. It is ii matter of deep regret that the tone of the press of our young State is so much below what it ought to be. During the recent cam-ass we hare ben often disgusted and ofiener pained at the recklessness almost ererj where vis ible in the conduct of journalists. The staples of the campaign have been low wit, personal slang and corrupt dema gogue ry in far too man; instances. For all that caa be perceived to the contrary, the chief motives which prompted to action were selfishness, a desire for revenge, pertonid animosity and the worst features of partisanship. We had hoped that with the heal of the canvass these things would pass way; but we peiceive that the same spirit yet prevails. Old grudges are lept up; the lowest pas...

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 November 1862

-?7im . THBBPHWWBBIM i Shi f MqwrnM l rCBtlsnED EVT.RT 8ATCRDAT 1I0BM.V0 AT Oskaloosn, Jefferson County, Kansas. - - Hm INDEPEMDENKesttLDgAV gNSA& SATCRDAr, ,,, m J. TV. ROBERTS, JOHN t.DAY, Editor. '" .' '. Wood! Wood!! Those of our subscribers who wish to pay for their pape rs '.n wood, wil please bring it in immediately. As the kind of wood a man brings to the prin ter is a very good mark of his moral constitution, we hope no one will prore himself either rotten, of short measure, or inferior quality in this respect. Biing on the wood don't care how many cords of it en subscription. Savages of the Frost. Some of our farmers tell us that the suddeu snap of cold weather which came upon us three weeks ago killed a large number of peach and other ten ner fruit, trees. The san ld rmt ,-. ceased to flow, and the sudden change froze it, and the trees are rui ted. Wo hope the destruction is not as extensive as is feared. It would be a real misfortune to the country for the young orch...

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 November 1862

- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1862. 1 i '$ if V m m I'M "WE SHALL BE CHANGED." On one of our autumn days, dur ing what we call our Indian Sum mer, when the beaver and the musk rat do their last work on their win ter homes, when the birds seem to be getting ready to wing themselves away to milder climates, when the - un spreads a warm haze over all the elds, a little child went out into his . .ther's home-lot. There he saw a little worm creeping toward a small bush. It was a rough, red, and ugly-looking thing. But he crept slowly and patiently along, as if he felt that he was a 'poor, unsightly creature. '.'Little worm," said the child. "Where aie vou going?" 'I am going to that little bush yon der, and there l am going 10 weave my shroud and die. Nobody will be sony, and that will be the end of me." "No, no, little worm! My fath er says that vou won't always die. He says you will be "changed,' though! I don't know what that means." "Neither do 1 ," say...

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 November 1862

.v1-? :t-" g ssggggssggas - j p rill I w A I i - 4?. H J BBB yBa. - ' j. aBB Bal H 4 J SSM- &J-. ' a. M V A B ArlX w -W--V -Ni - -aa.. -- &; P . CM ffl 4-tU ? i". '. V I - J. W ROBERTS,; SeboieJ io flgicqiiq lecijwics, flrtetojs, 9 fowtyl Jiktofato. Editor and Proprietor. TOLUME III, NUMBER 14. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, NGjKEMBER 29, 1862. . -. WHOLE SUX'yji, 74 rj s 1 Tin m cm v...-. a w m m m Ms ms. m w a ? m n a m m m ' J I r) I 111 I WrrSt I II II II '' 'I - - w . - - (Sv '"-' i Bn- ' , B . , M..'i .Xaw . M B ' 4-i wu.ev ,-.. x- . 'y'B , -i -tzz - . y.r ktf it .- & fr d&rigiual SmtrioK Kmmo. COPT EIOHT SECURED EYANGELINEr . OU, THE DOUBLE TRAITOR: x sseosn or xai sxulv uuhioi. nvTiir. iminnoF 'The Mauacre at)WJolSh)t,' "Alraicz. the Martyr," "Georg Wcldon," "The EIral Hunters," etc. PART SECOND. Chapter VL Cross Pdbposks. ??T does not always turn out that the J most elaborate plans and hopeful 'St! prospects prove as succtssful in the -St! enc as cou' "ihed by those 'wh...

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 November 1862

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOCAKAKSAS, SATUEDAY .NOVEMBER 29, ; 1862. s n f1 I- v F' IT. I- .- i4 . it: i GlJ ti ?' .id 14 fV. Ila- 2 ; it . Mt fmtymulmt OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. HOBEHTS. Editor. Saturday, November 29, 1802. 4 Our Eailroads. r,j jVVe see it ated that-the Tailioad i. permanently tocaied from Leavenworth jOtjr to Big Stranger, and the woik commenced upon it. We presume ibis jh ft correct. It is also reported liiut the main track of the Pacific Road is to run directly up the Kaw Valley, and that """" it will leave Leavenworth fifteen miles north at the nearest point. This also -ttf.mj be true; but it it is it is a misfortune S0'"for the city and the State, as Knnsas city must be the great point of interjec tion between the Railroad and the JJis 'onri river, and therefore, in the end, Af tn Kreat clty tms region jifr, Lavenworth has just now the trade $. of the two cities; but tin's is only for the 'J time, and the result of the difficulties d , growing out of the rerjellion....

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 November 1862

-Tj- - jj ' 'f THEINDEPENDENT:'QSlgLWSA,7CKSAS; SATURDAY, M)VEMBER2?ri862: .'' At. . 1 TirrtlBUSDEDEVEUT SATtJUD IT H0EN1.10 1T OsJtaloo'saJcffrrson County, Kansas. 123HHt IW'MwWtf. ,tti . '' J. W. ROBERTS, I ..... JOHN Yt . DAY, tJl'ra- Vjflm ., ' Personal. ta -Tife Eaitob will be absent for about Iwo weeks, having business matters in t lhio demanding liis attention. Judge AA)ay,was foimerly, will attentl to the j, usiness of the office dining the time ,. ,;'e are away ; and we shall bo gicatly .. bliged to our friends if tlrtjy will ena- !e him to make a good financial report i our return. We should be much t leased to find ail outstanding accounts tlled tfp when we got buck. Will ..... ir generous patrons bear this in mind Li . id "do good unto otheis that good 1 '-ay torn? to theni V We hope for n ' 1rge and favorable anwer in the shape bank holes (gold RncfBflw '-f will not refuted) when again wt Jind ourself i the "sanctum." Tn Knnrlair Pnlinnl Meets at the M. E. Church on Sun...

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 November 1862

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKaLOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1862. M ." I h , TIIE CLOVER BLOSSOM. In the beautiful Jnne morning, .when the golden light lesled on the hill-tops :uid in the valleys, and the air was full ot the pleasant sound ofcouuiiy Hie, a little red clover blosMm, in its humble home by tiie dusty roadside, lilted it head, still Wet with the refreshing dew-drops 10 tee what all 1 he world was (lo ng. In the meadows and on the hill-tops the tiees were standing in their wonderful beauty tne grace ful elm, the strong oak, the drooping willow, the slender birch, and the daik, solemn pine. Along the road came (he market wagons, raining an almost endless vaiiety of beauti ful fragrant roe, and many other flowers of early summer; lor there was to be a grand floral festival in the neigboiing city, and large prizes were to be awarded to thoe who bi ought flowers of the rarest beau ty. The clover blossom grew very ad as .she thought of the use and beautv of everv tiling around...

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 December 1862

t '-Ss95jiSWJ HKeur --"-" ', . r k's- -.v . . .r-k j , j.j-tt ...; P01?1- t ;' : :::'7.xl:jQ::,. ?::?$$ fo kmH, eci,ics, an letos, vfi em man . . : j- !. - -i t Edittr ud PrtpricUr. VOLUME IINUMBER1 &? f. lYVr:f.t?!l 't-.Y' OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, DECEMBER 6, 1862. WHOLE NUMBER. 111.! i - iWiSSSSjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjMSjiiiiiii ..---. " --' ,- -t !. a,-, jh - j i:iiiBr uiai K:wrrpwenw i pi n m I'BWliai BEW.B. piijis n.wirs-y""- f n i i -- -- r - --. - - - - " " ,- ' '" "" "' -- -r" -. . ... ' ag ' ' g-g, . i , . . in rivL t i i "itiv. tml a. v ... ma - M . .'- V ... -J.. ..' ' Wl Jm v "v yv -- '.-l . --k -- '-'i.:it; -' l . . i . : m. u rigiuai COPT EIGHT SECUBED THE D O TJ B LE T R A I TO R : , - - -miTTK KxrKMBLT tOX "Tt 1KDIHIIDIKT," -""' V ' BVTH . AUTIIOftOF "The Ma-sacro at YCyoratbe," "AIthci. the Martyr," "George WeWon,'! "The Rirat Hunters," etc .: ,p;art second. l -' Chapter VII. The SrRDccLt and Trics-pii. 'G'tfffiSiES. I henriily wi-h I were fefeV-l free fnm tl.is ...

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 December 1862

a-sn rv THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATTJKDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1862: s t M -?l 2 ; r I; :4 L- Wxt f mtqmiM- OSKALOOSA,, KAHSAS.s, J. VT. ROBCBTS. Editor. :SuiilayrDeceHi)er"G,--1862.- The Korth and the South. The tnosUnmenlalle feature of Slave ry is ti:o blighting influeacefit Ins up on ttiu wliitVrace. "Vo mean tlie Slav ery of this country. The iiegioes themselves are not any more degraded kl the South tiian they wure iu Africa. It is tiuc thcir.condition is one of the deepest degradation, and thai they are op worse off in this Cristianlaud than they were when in barbarism is a very poor argument for the institution. . But it is upon the while man the "poo'rwhito trash" of the Slave States that Slavery rests with the most blighting power. Instead of a noble andiinielligeuU being, conscious of hit nWwn worth, with aspirations somewhat n accord with Ills immortality, he is a ' miserable, groveling, ignorant creatuie, hardly equal in intelligence to the com- nwu order of staves,...

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 December 1862

5- - THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, ANSAS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6,' 1862. I- e; "Pi-i IS rUBUSBED KVEM SATTKTJAI ItORXIXQ AT Oskilaoxi, Jeffcrso. Genty, Kim us. J JOHS W W. ROBERTS. I ..... .. . . r.aunrw UAV, The literary Society. Will meet at the II. E. Church ntxt Wednesday, at G o'clock. A lecture, essay and reading of communications may be expected. We hope the friend of mental development nnd literary cul ture will faror tbe Society with their presence. Thit asscoiation opens a fiVM for intellectual improvement, and both ladies and gentlemen should avail them selves of the advantages here afforded. Particularly is this Society adapted for improvement in composition, and the ladies should not be backward in con tributing articles to the Editor's box. Save your lags. Rags are now bringing remarkably liigh prices, and are likely to demand -an advance on present rates before they -come down. Don't be ashamed of your ""rags." for "rapt are money" now-a-lays, and every housekeeper should...

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 December 1862

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBBERIS, 1862. H A m vi i M m w t-; $artrpirpi5: THE CLOVERBLOSSOM. CONCLUDED FROM LAST WEEK. Teara were fast falling from the beautiful eyes, as the lady opened a ase in her reticule and carefully ilaced the clover in it. The carriage nad reached its destination. . They vyerc at home. No one ever knew tl'12 cause pf the change -that came over the proud lady, who called to her home the sad sister with her little boys. One of them, Frank, you might almost believe the same little Frank that lay so stiff and cold that summer day so long ago. No one among his reckless companions knew what power, gentler yet stron ger, than ail the powers in the world, drew one of their number from the snares of the destoyer, and made him strong to fight the good fight and win the victory. The old farm house is seldom si lent now, for children's voices again ring within its walls, and in "the summer the' all come from their ci ty homes, till old Jacob 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. — 13 December 1862

-.J J. ! SmBJ'-nBfr-aaa, - 7S --yff.w ,.IMM. '111 - ' I' I 1 ne Independelii s .Ii M.: TU I .: ' j.twJroberts, . -: -W f v. ..,,,, J " V- . ' ?! .' ;v . ; " j ' Sebofe) fo agictiith5, Meciiws, fitts, fletos, w9 Gegefctf ftiehtfqfre. 'fci - Edilerud Pnprietwr. ' .'., ,JCl. i -VOLUME III, NUMBER 16. t'ij -jt OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, DECEMBER 13, 1862. -B j,j ii( WHOLE NUMBER. 120. (. 1 ft ijt V 3-- St.' Sv.. s ? . 1 JS'TV i. j 91 .. ,44V a. , - n enmnai mumrau dmann -' V CO GZ'w-rw- COPT IIOHT BICCBEB ,' EVANGELINE;: THE DOUBLE TRAITOR: linen or nui uinuoi. wmiTTM unMH roa tn isMnastirr," " BT TOR AUTHOR OF "The Sfimcr. tWyoIh, "Atratei, the Martyr," Oeoi. Weldoi,, "Th. Klr Hnhn," etc PART n ChipUr Tin. RsrzuiTioKS. ggVANGELINE was quietly sitting fw jS in her own room. prun a l-t-f J ter she had just rect-ivrd from gS W"-r h feared it might le the last one she would receive for a considertble lime on account o the troubles and ennsfqut-nt am-cr ainiy of the mails in widen be lamented ilie ...

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 December 1862

:.1crwamMBMM THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, j PfTl K 17 nr 85 ; i-i re l.i ' ir m iii s 8te M.t$cntai- r' OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. "W. ROBERTS. Editor. ,'"' ii i !' i mmm SaiurtlayDeccmhcr 13i 1863. 1 Editorial Correspondence.: . Ci.n-cisj.-ati, Nov. 29, 1802. Dar Im.: Old winter is-making himstlf felt in these regions at this time. Mi f$Vin& noAL'at quiftfa briskrate, and every thing looks like December in her sorry moods. On the way heie the first suojr we seen was about sixty miles west of here in Indiana. The ground wai covered with n thin-sheet of white, and the trees and' btithes at tired in white robes, wliiuh, intlio fitful gushes of moonlight, as the fair Queen of Jfight peeped occasionally through the rifts of the clouds.Jooked very fine indeed a real pojts pictured mists; shadows, uvid b'riglit dimness (focoin an expression.) But .when. .the -Tepid wind came in contact 'with the person, the poetry was all dissipated' by a chill which was decid...

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 December 1862

THE .' .fhf ''jptlrpajfoai;1 Diialoosa. Jefferson County, Kansas. .- - r rftft Sn ,WJf!?L J. TV. ROBERTS, I ..,, -Tie Soldiers -Aid Society Will meet at the residence of S. C. Gepbart next Saturday night. Let there t a good attendance. We hope many who Lave uot jet become member" will b present find join the Society. ' m m m ...The JCpck Legislature. This body holds its next meeting on Wldotsdajr evening, the,.17lh in,8t.' We were pleased with the timely sug tsU'on of' the Speaker just previous lotlie-adjourhnient oC the last mqetin". Tie House has now been organized fang enough to proceed with important legislative business. In order to make iu meetings interesting and. profitable tbe members should all, become active workers, each member taking it sipon liaiself lo originate some bill that, if a liwj would be of practical utility., The proceedings should not be permitted to Jag or become irksojio; and the debate should not be: coniinued to so lite an hour as to weary the -patience...

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 December 1862

" THE INDEPENDENT: OSRALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY; DECEMBER i$ 1862. rt 4 V: if- . ,a ,5 .tJ tr u bi M -t Jte tilt par lfe HERBERTS DREAM. ... . ". When Herbert was twelve ysars old hi-! hither uxked him lie day, What calling do you vvi-li tu lol- ,iowi" Ueibert had never thought much about the matter, and he va very fonti of fun, so he stod for a minute as if lUteuiiig, and then said, "Calling, 1 don't know. 1 don't hear anything calling." But although he , laughrd at the time, nil day the sub ject kept coming intp his mind, and at night when he fell aleep he dreamed; he thought he saw a plow ed field, brown ami bare, and deep down between the furrows, almost out of sight, were poialoc and tur nip and great yellow ear of corn, and ripe red apples and delicious looking melons half buried in the earth: and they called to him'Come, Herbert, and help u to get out ol the ground." Then he heard anoth er voice and he turned towards a grove of trees; and behold all the trunks were bursting op...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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