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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 20 December 1862

- .: FT1T -:T '" 'i-u':'ia.aianaHT ,TJJaJ" ". an." .4 ' -A. i,:..; ' "'u:K- ' -:- . ft -' ' - .n ,- c- -.. , r-. .a , . " ' , " w PARMA'S AAUm - , ,.-.AfH rwmvAaj !- . li,r!- " ....... ":' - , ; : ...' ....,.,..,,....?.:,- .,.,..'..... " ' " " - . t I . ' I. .. .'. v. J. . ROBERTS, SebofeHo ftgieqttq eefoi)ta aHvete,, 9 Se))eh. Jjtee. J; ?''- -- y.iHsf i .' tld. :: H t ! if! iil 1 li W ,-tVjK-l - EdiUr aid Priiriettr. 'CT'?!-! -V -0i. VOLUME III,; NUMBER 17. 0SKAL00SA; KANSAS, DECEMBER WJ$l$n ."?:,' ; ' rfi ii- "WHOLE NUMBER; 121. o 6i: id .ft ... it i)I -- - u.: 4 , e y.iKjf i H -. ,: '. stt igiaJ ' - : COM -EIGHT SECCKED m OK. THE DOU'BLE TRAITOR: : . uui Kuoa. ' W, W"IT to Tm wblUKDIHT," - I T"T" BY THE AUTHOR OF 'Th. Ximb. tobg I;"". -Martyr," JMT? RART SECOND. f Chapter IX. NoRViLti: and Tom. kS Tom made his appearance, Nor- tiIU greeted iiim thus:, "Well, Sanbo, bow .are. you now 7" "Ha, mass, jon Bake a big miatake dat time. Me no Sambo, by a long shoL "Not Sambo? What then? ...

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 December 1862

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUKDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1862, ""M' -r-w-C .5 .. . I -I l . t PS' -ir &. W. 1,? s. iM -i -Ki -.tit I 9 1 A ), -J - i -n t 1 is I m Sbrtff KBi t " 4 l i. "j to ttOcptnflml OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. HOBEBTS. Editor. Saturday, December 20, 1862. PiMic Sentiment. During our recent trip lo Ohio, we made it a point to gain as much infor mation as possible concerning the slate of public feeling in the different States. The result of our observations and in vestigations may be summed up in a few words. The great heart of the people is right, but the party leaden and demagogues are endeavoring in many place, and un der various pretences,to divide the peo ple in sentiment on the great question of the day the suppression of the Re bellion. About nine out of ten express a de sire for the restoration of the Union. Two-thirds of these nine-tenths ( we think this is about the proportion) are for putting the rebellion down at any cost, aud without regard to othe...

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 December 1862

I 'il UU. ."'' ' aaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasMaaMBW THE .INPEPEENKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDaTSmBER2oS - Wtt n&t$tnkni H rft'SHKD EVERT SATUEDAT MOKXISO AT Oskelsosa, Jefferson CodbIv, Kansas. l-zipl; '. J, . IV. ROBERTS, ) -, OHX . DAY, yllon- VH"". JOH" The Sabbath School Will meet at half-past two o'clock, P. 31., at the M. . Church on next Sunday, and thereafter daring the win ter, instead of at 9, A. M., as hereto fore. This change is decidedly a good one, as the house will be warm in the .afternoon, so that the scholars can be conforUble, which was not the case when they met ia the morning. A deeper interest should be taken in the school by our citizens, and w hope it will be the case in future. A Protracted Heating Commenced io the M. E. Church in this plaeo oh Tharaday evening. It will continue oyer Sabbath.and probably during next week. The Legislature. 'The attendance upon the sittings of ibis body is fair. A little more spirit m its proceedings would add to the in terest of the 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 December 1862

i'A s t .. f , i THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20 .1862. f.' lv tfrJtt. .. V :.f , i W )!! zj w .v a? TJOsl ' i W tfjtf '41 1SM jfcS I .i. i! i I the 11? $.$, EBNST MDAltOLPH. In a certain country town, there were two houses adjoining each oth er. One was of grand dimensions and magnificent style oFaicmtecure; the other was very small, and had nothing to recommend it, save its neatness. The walls were neatly white-washed inside, and the exte riorwas covered with grape and rose vine a favorite place of resort for singing birds. Most people.howev- er, would have preferred the large mansion, but, for my part. I would have chosen the little vine-covered cottage. The owner of the former was a man of immense wealth, but the posesser of the latter had only a moderate share o! this world's goods. He could comfortably support his family, but had nothing to spare. 1 hese men had two sons, Ernst and Adolph, who had been warm friends for a good while. They had grown up ...

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 December 1862

K III I I l lli nil Ill m irT3ih e 1 x t -?.- ' t.t M: ?. Sr&Jtoi :m iTi v,s . -: rtira 1 H jrsr.i lu .f,-ttf aw wy. - t. e "i-jfj r I s. '- i 9 vf;,. 5JtegM ooa:. . ' , v- ' j vua v ! 3 Vi ciw8 1 ."r . ,t f J.wvROBERTS, '-.L 'I SeboieS fo HgieqKife f ccfwijics, j ebs, S fiqeti IHtf H rf t EiHlor aidTropriettr. c rc ), , ;s . 1 . .1 VOLUME III, NUMBER 18. ; 1 -a. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, DECEMBER 27, 1862. WHOLE KOMBER. 122. - Lnnsnw BH nnsnm nana awl naV m nan H HI - ik -r -sva m vm-w . i j a b a m m m vm ' m a . v m m mm mm m JHL MJjM X. y I ' m m ' rMM I I I V I r I bub ssu tssi ssssi sssm - sua sssm: sis sim . BBS j ' -h BBs ' - " ' ' ' " . M WM - ... Jt . - , . J ' & tiginal COrt-ElOHT SECOKKD t.EVA:N-GELIN-.E?i-. THE DOUBlFtEAITOR: A. BECOKB 0 SUA KaXIMZOB. WIITTBJI EIKMLT TO THB HHHHHMirT," BV THE AUTHOR OP Tie ataM.cn .t VTjomttftW "Alvater, the Martjr," "Geoi Wldon, .'The Rir.l Honten," etc. PART Chapter X. The Abdcction. 5HERE was much quiet activity in lue uarsion mansi...

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 December 1862

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUKDAY"rDECEMBER 27, 1862. Fr5r t-yr i-&& 15 it, H : a Is Ml m Ife '"I ,1 E' to mlqw&ai OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. HOBEKTS. Editor. firm as the locks of a Jam in t; walk straight forwnrd hi the p-ith of right, and honorably and fully carry out his pledge to the naiin. Then, and then only, may we expect liclory. -Slturday, December 27, I8G8. lire President Wavers Banger Ahead By the late telegraphic reports the President is represented as saying to the committee of Border State half-hearted, slavery-sympathizing Union men, "that as to his emancipation proclamation lie had acted from the belief that it would effect good results, but if he could be convinced to the contrary, he would modify his position on the subject. His purpose being to do the best be could under all the circumstances." This looks ominous. It may be it is only the best answer the Executive could give to men who vehemently be seiged him for a change of policy1; but it h...

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 December 1862

-t m- r- She gfrnfrpwitat II ITJBLISUED EVtET StTUBDAY 1I0BXIXQ AT flskaleosay Jefferson Const), Kansas. j. w. Roberts, i v , JOHN "U . DAY, j "ors. Probate Court. The January Term of the Piobn.e Court will commence on Monday ilie 5th of January, at 9 o'clock, A, M. Personi interested will tale notice. Communication Box. The Editor of the Literary Society has left the Box for the reception of Communications at this office. Persons -wishing to deposit contributions can do so at any time during the day by step ping into the front room. They will find the Box on the table. We hope every lady in town and in this vicinity will feel called upon to con tribute for this feature of the Society; and the gentleman need not fear that they will offend either the Editor or the members by oft repeated efforts to add to the interests of this department. A tozen short and spicy communications can be read of an evening. Let pens be busy espeeialy do we request the la dies to use the 'gray goose quill...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 27 December 1862

THFlNlfeENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER27, 1862. I- J. -1 i 22rL c . iv !- m i- 3r $ w tfo pffl lte, ERNST ANDAJ)OLPIL When Albert met Ernst again he said: "What a splendid friend you have in that contemptible Adolph!" Shame on you for slandering and abusing that bov! You are unwor thy of his company!" replied he, in lignantly. "I'll tell you what I heard him sav about von. He declared that he had not had any respect for you these two years, and the only reason he went with you was from the pros pect of profitting by your wealth when you get older. Now, if you don't believe me, just ask Widow Masman's son. He will certify to every word I have said." Ernst was very much excited, and I believe he could have wept, were it not for the girlish look of such a thing. But he ran as quick as thought to find the boy referred to by Albert; and, strange to say, he affirmed every word that Adolph was reported to have said. "Oh, I never could have believed such a thing without proof...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 3 January 1863

sh .-.. 7Z -i - .-Mem " " gg : ::: ' " The lndead!sfci:; J, W. ROBERTS, DebofeS fo .Cttlfiji-e, eciiics, arife, ftetos, S;6er)ei Jiteiijk ; .1 .v. Editor nid Proprietor. c: ... 133 ll'fi- VOLUME HI, NUMBER 19. '-7 !!!. .! OSKALOOSA, KANSAS JANUARY 8, 1862; li ' Rs- ilOlNMBERD &t J : ' 'Xjcut? ? ;. - -.- ,, . , . .-..,... ao ..ii 1 IJ JMi 'Original Jmmam 0mau COPr-F.IOIIT SECURED ACCORDING TO LAW. '' Vi - EYANGELINE; Oil, THE DOUBLE TRAITOR: ' ' JTSI60X Of TKB SSEA.X BSE1,0. j . '.",' t '" WTHTTIK EXPRESSLY TOR "THE IKDSrEXDEST," "" v BVT1IR AUTHOR or .'The Massacre t Wyoming,1? "Alvaiez, Iho Martyr," "George Vcldon,' "The Rival HnnhVrsy etc. e ' PART SECOND. Chapter XT. Max Proposes God Disposes. jSS Evangeline drove out of the eitv en Friday, all unconscious ra that the eyes of her adversary were following the course sue m &n m -.rK?. toot, Providence, who never lets a "sparrow fall to the ground unnoticed," had His all-seeing eye over the move ments of both the innocent an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 3 January 1863

vna nr.ijai THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUBDAY, JANUARY 3, 18(3. i ii & 35 U & WlM I'-S'r' Lr V r I : b. 1 1 - i S rl 1 , VI if lass r"yi ! s 4 ,i 'J pj PS35. krt. J: 8h guttywutai- 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. .Saturday, December 27, 1862. Society in Missouri. One of the eil effects of Slavery is visible on the very face of society where it prevails. With the ezcepiion of a very few, who hare the leisure to polish the outside, the society in Slave States is not cultivated and refined as it is in the Free States, where schools are ac cessible to all. The Census shows this most conclusively. But it does more than this. Upon those who have the means of education it has a very per ceptible effect, which even the casual observer cannot fail to notice. Perhaps the idea we wish to convey will be best understood by giving a little scrap of personal experience. As we were recently passing through Missouri on the cars, a couple of well dressed and rather intell...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 3 January 1863

,:- Ki?J P l -a ruusnD eykbt Saturday xobxixo at ? flikkloosa. Jefferson Conity, KaRsas. J. W. ROBERTS, I ..... JOHN W . DAY, j kdi'ors. Probate Court. "aS The January Term of the Probate 'Court will commence on Monday the 5;h of January, at 9 o'clock, A, M. ., -Periona interested will Like notice. ' M An Exibit Desired. The following comes to us backed by tke names of a number of our most sub stantial citizens: Eds. Ixdepikdkst : Baing rasident ax-payers of this county and never baring seen a full Exibit of the County : Affairs, we respectfully wish our coun ty officers to make a full and explicit Exhibition of the Receipts and Expendi tures of the County. This is a duty they owe to their constituents; and it will be a natter of satisfaction to the people to know what is done with the money which they pay into the treasur ey in the shape of taxes, Mast Cituxxs. The Taxes. "The County Board meets next Mon 3ayyand.we learn that an effort will be made to. reduce the tax levy one-balf....

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 3 January 1863

THE INDEPENDENT:. OSKALOOSA. KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1862. Js.' I1 .c rt 1 MfH '5 n fit '; -ii h & Hyh f m VtS m ERNST AND ADOLTIT. "Yes, I beliee it, I believe it," replied Ernst excitedly, ' and soon the boys were embracing each other, and the hot tears were (lowing, and each begged a thousand pardons of the other- It was a happy hour they spent in the forest, a happy return to their homes, and sweet sleep had they that night. Each dreamed of the other, and the sun of the morrow seemed to shine brighter than ever he had done befoi e. Albert saw the friends once more together, and it was a bitter sight to him. But they paid no further attentions to him. They treated him politely, but never associated with him again. It was a sore punishment to him, but lie deserved it all. Years passed on, and Ernst and Adolpli were men. Alter me inter ruption of their intimacy that I have mention, they never allowed anoth er difficulty to take place. Thus manhood found them bosom com pani...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 10 January 1863

. v - "-Xr.-. J., W.ROBERTS, Seboie3 to flgieqlfift f eciics, afe, fletos, w9 Sencfci. Jjtelfe Editor aid f rif rieltri VOLUME III, NUMBER 20. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, JANUARY 10, 1863. wiiole mim m. -J - - if ' ' --- . ' - - i -y x. . V. ? s- "TuTfxJizn Jto Original gmmtm mmtt. , COPT EIOBT SECURED EVANGELINE; THE DOUBLE TRAITOR a. KEeoma or txb skeat bbxbbexob. WBITTW KirKCMLT TO "TK ISDirrSBEHT," nVTIIKAUTIimtOF .cr.tW?.a -'Alva,.!, the Martyr," "George WelAm,- "Th. Rhral Hostel,," ete' ..Tbs Ma PART Chapter Xn. The Mistake. E have already seen with what jfe eagerness Tipple' on made ready i to nasien to the place appotnt , ed, where lis whs to men the .Corporal and his fair prisoner. Scarce ly giving himself time to issue the nt-c-essary orders to his men before Icaiiug tkera, be mounted his bwiftest horse, and under the spur started fur the scene of his anticipated triumph. Evangeline was correct in her sup position, that Miss Trum n whs the lady . . wiicu iiiiu ioc jiauus ui (tie ba...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 10 January 1863

tJJ" " THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10,863. SX- 1 L-. rw , IS ? Mtopeuibnt OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. . 1. VT. HOBE3TS. Editor. Saturday, January 10, 1803. The Proclamation. Dipite ilie effoits of semi Unionists of the Border States, and l!ie frantic efforts of the rebel sympathizers in the North added to those of Jeff. I)nis and his' co-traitors, the President has issued Iris Proclamation for the Emancipation of the Sluvcs in the rebellious States. Mistouri, Tennessee, Kentucky, Mary land, Delaware.Western Virginia, a few counties of Eastern Virginia, nnd two Congressional Districts in Louisiana arc not included in the tcnitorj mnde free. All the rest of the South comes under the benign influence of Liberlv. It is thought by some that this will amount to nothing ; but the history of the world reads another lesson. The slaves made fiee by this Proclamation are legally released from bondage. The precedents in proof of this position arc numerous. John Quincy Adams tol...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 10 January 1863

$fe jpfltprntai S I'CBtlSHED EVERT SATUBDAY MOUSING AT Iskilmf. Jefferson Connty, Kansas. J. WVKOBERTS, 1 .. .:, JOHN W . DAY, J tJu- The Taxes. The Couniy Board reduced ilie Couu tr'Tax'bne dollar on tlie hundred. We presume (his was done after mature deliberation, and that.it was deemed the best and wisest measure that could bu adopted. We think from what we havs een of tho doings of the present Bonrd that the members are actuated b' a de sire to do right and to promote the best interests of the county. We believe they honestly and faithfully labor for this end. .But they unfortunately Jiad a legacy from -previous administrations entailed upon them, which was enough to crip ple the energies of any Board. We do not know what previous Board is to blamtrfor-lhe mal-admiuistraiion of the affairs of the County, and for saddling the debt upon us which the present Board hare been attempting to curtail and wipe out. Perhaps all the previ ous administrations have been careless or reckless,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 10 January 1863

!3 THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1863. -& ,t?:ri "S" :,. " F-; l?dl ! r-x t ? bs, i r l '-h K ! e r- if ? ft tttit olte; ERNST AND ADOLPU. I need not delay to tell about ihe apologies made by Ernst for his re fusal to lecognizu one who had al ways been true to him, nor those that Adolph made for l;isrudeness. "Oh, say nothing of rudeness; I am the only one to blame. Here, upon my knees, I implore your furivness. J know you aie true; you have al ways been my steadfast friend. Par don me I can never forget your ser vices. Well do I remember ury fath er's words, a tiue friend is a strong tower." "Let us be friends forever, said Adolph: "we can never be otherwise. But tell me what the rufliians were trying to do with you." They weie strangers in Amster dam, professing to be merchants from Antwerp. I wonder that I ev er trusted myself to their company, and would not have done it, if they had not brought letters of lecomen datjon. But they are not merchants...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 17 January 1863

, , , tK V 'V "& """" '-' -'v r-; y "W t -i''-wo-' - -L- -' - '- ' ' - " ' ' J l"i'X' J"1" -. . M SJt. ,. a j, -J ' 'W lJl.ll I ,-- .. . W - fr--r ' ""''"'"""'"'-iMPMMMMBMafcWM-'MM l I . - mmmmm i4 . . ttti ,. iU PuTilti" .-S-tti a.i i..uiut 3 1.! 4.- t- J. W. ROBERTS fl .XJi'Sul. iu-.-ii .ftejui&Q -'t-iiJ Scboie3 io agleijiie, ecimicft ftHs, ftetos, a.t)9 6e?e -litcie. .- Editor aid Proprieleft VOLUME III, NUMBER 21.' 'j OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, JANUARY 17, 1863. WHOLE NUMBER. 125. "" - - B" " - ' --- ' , y p v?js.s --vh.' - B "" " a Original ICOPT riOUT SECURED EVANGELINE; THE DOUBLETRAITOR: a Escorna oar ygg or eat sei,io. WRlTTtt EircCSSLT rOR "t UIDtr-KDCXT," BVTin:AirriiouoF 'The Massacre at tViomib PART Chapter XII. Monday Evening. ' WPLETONsawthathehadnot nnlv mu.li, n . M.,...l.- 1 & bP'Ui'ht confusion upon hinibelf. g$ but that his mistake would most likely prove the downfall of his hopes, so far as promotion in the Conlederate service w.s concerned; for he knew that...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 17 January 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 0,-1863, il A J HAV. lIL m w. lfV m if- ?-i 'I I? :$i Mi ,J 8te mtem,tinvt-- OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J OT. ROBEHTS. Bdllor. srrrStturday, January- 17, 180.. Incompetent Officers. The "reat curse of the U z cause has been tha incompetency of a I.irtje proportion of the officers in cotEmand ' -of our armies. We have never vet had General who has followed up a victory f. .jVe have had but few who could gain ictories; at least, victories that amount to any thing. Now, it is manifestly a self-evident proposition, that no men, however brave; and braver men than inot of our sol diers never lived can accomplish much " while led bv incompetent officer. Iti is an utter impossibility for mn to carry forward a succefui war while thoe ,v who goterti them ate imbeciles or trai tors. , As ne have said befote, West Point has proved a failure. Of all the gener als now in the field who were educated at that institution pensioners on the bounty of the U...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 17 January 1863

S tm """"' - -5 - " - -"" u XI Mifeut -nrciUsiiEO tVEnr avrcttny uokkixq at Oskaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. 6--3: Joqi Jkpqtftye.).. JOHNW. DAY, tdUonu Printer's Fertival. We forot to acknowledge ilie receipt of the Invitation Curd of th Lenvsn worth T pograpliicHl As.vini'oii i week. As u tpecinif n of elfgatit print ing, the Citrtl is the fiiiet thing w Imve seen in Kansas. It is a fitiih-d piece ol work. We "should be most happy to make the personal acqiiainiance of the print ers or the city and of the Slate who will be present Hi the Bmique on Mon day evening; but other duiies press us m this time, and we niunt forego the plenure of this acquaintance for the present. But the primer have our best wishes for their individual mid col lective prosperity. We doubt not tliey will have a pleasant lime at the Anni versary of Ben. Franklin's hiith day. May ihey all follow that great utauV x loiple in all j;ood things. Ice. Ar any of our citizens pepand to put up ice for the coming s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 17 January 1863

& tar-. -j ,,,. , THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, J1NIMRYI i7,Tl863. ? fMj l A I r H' I ISI I Pl !, ifS hfe II' tT h-S i I i-isa - 9 T, ?y sra !S got tlit pQt JriSa, For TLe Indej-enilunt. THE RIPE PEACH. 25 t Once there was a little boy who attended the Sabbath School, and there learned many good lessons and - "valuable things. We hope all our . young readers are members of the Sabbath School, if any such school is -t -- near them so that they can attend it. Among other things that the little boy of whom we are speaking learn ed at the school, was that important - fact which the Psalmist expresses in these words: t , "Tiiou God seest me." "The teacher explained to the class v'how God always sees little children, and older ones, too, in all they do, and say, and think that His eye is continually looking down upon them, and takes notice oi all their "naughty acts and deeds that He sees in the daikness of the night , as well as in the light of day; and that nothing c...

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