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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 24 January 1863

an ; nwy r'iv -.-.M. -i."1 -J . tyiS J. W. ROBERTS, SeboicJ fo fiaietiHqiA lectors, EHs, fletos, qi)3 Scr,crid pteifqi-e. ; jj t E!iliraitI Pnpriettr. - ?? -. VOLUME ill, NUMBER 22. lf. OSKALOOSA,, KANSAS, JANUARY 24, 1868. - i 1 ne Independent! - - te : " "" ' -- ' , jg J I -Tv . ... . -. f WHOLE NUMBERPm I irigmai Jmmom Swnu. corr-Eicnr secured accokdixo TO LAW. EYANGELIN-E; THE DOUBLe"tbAITOE- m mhussit tor "xnr wrrrESDEKT," uv tiu: author or Tl.. Macro U lwlM, tUe .Mart, .Cco!Re We(Jon, -I ST PART SECOND. Chapter XT7. The Dexouiiext. IjjfT was with feverish haste and burn ell ing desire for revenge that Tipple HII lon rushed with mad speed to the "jll place appointed for the meeting with his captive. He did not stop now to think of consequences. His chagrin was no great at his former failure, that he felt like one badly beaten at his own game, and could see success only in the consumation of the purpose which had been the moving motive to action In all he had done. It appeared t...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 24 January 1863

1 THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1863. S i J .SUM lfv 14 I' --f -J X J r y . r 4- Oil II si'5 " drM I She fmlqmutat OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. Sliunlay, January 2 J, 18(3. Borthern Treason. ll.e lettering corruption of treason in uie xonii is cominC to a nea.i. soon the theater of war may be removed, in part, from the South to the prairies of Illinois and the bogs of Indiana. The 30,000 members of the Knights of the Golden Circlo in these stales are ripe for mischief; and the rebels at Richmond know it. The gloom of the past is but a dim shadow compaied with ll.e dark ness of the future, according to all hu man probabilities and finite ken. Jeff. Davis makes a speech at llieli mond in which he speaks of aid for the rebels coming from the west ; and his words are echoed at the North by all uic niiaiiuiii"iiuiu huu i oou stripe oi , . , . . ,... ,-,. ' I be such as good men appro e and Democrats. It is evident there is an ; . , , - , , , v 9 ,...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 24 January 1863

" "" i.'j:jl,.'1 "-mii i....ji.i n , !-! THE INDEPENDENT: OSKaLOOSA, KANSAS, SATUBDAY, JANUARY 24 M pfcpwiM Jtalocsa, Jefferson Comity, Kansas. J- 2Bf ms, ! Editor JOHN - UA, J NOTICE Isliereby given tliat J. W. Roberts, r. la been duly appointed and qu.il- gid Clerk of he Probate Court of Mirion Uouniy uunng my noseriM. ptrtons having1 any business to trans it in said Court will be promptly wait tJupoa by Mr. R., who will discharge tlltlif duJies pertaining to the office, a the issuing of Letters of Administra tion, ic, until my return. Jons W. Day, Probat Judge of Jefferson County. r -rm r 1 ' The Sahbath School Will meet on next Sunday at the mual hour, half-past two o'clock. The proposed change back to nine . I t- ?.. !. ......-.:.-.. ...ill .1 IqL'n OCnCKIU Hie mummy nui "i mm- tilace. Teachers and scholars will please bear this in mind, and all he present on Sabbath afternoon. The ''Soldier's Aid Society" Will meet on Friday, January 30lh, at the usual hour, at the residence o...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 24 January 1863

"""W j.ujt jrmMmj. az THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1863. - s t ' t 1 .41 f r t -i, LITTLE LftLU. A few days ago. as I was going by the brick m;1ioo! house thai stands on a beautiful, retired spot, n few streets from my home, I saw six or seven little ajirls sitting on the steps all chatting with animated faces and glib tongues. There was no sour face, no harsh voice, among them; and I walked very slowly; for 1 wanted to hear what they xvcre saving. "I think Lulu is the sweetest girl in our school, don'.t you, Bell?" said one of them. ''Yes, I do. I've never seen any girl so good to kiss as she is." "Good to kiss?" said the first little speaker,A lice Monroe. "She's good enough to eat, I think. I always feel as if I wanted to eat her up. She always looks as if she loven ev erybody. "She's always smiling. That's what I like her for," replied Bell. "I like Lulu because she's always so patient and kind," said Nettie Graves.another little speaker. ""One after...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 31 January 1863

J I", " -. The j '- 1 . i ' vf$4 f K f Ml ff;w lfiW-'X ,?.?00JJl2g prl ,, --m J, W. ROBERTS,' ebofe3 to icti.ifre, ecics, &tfs, ftetos, fiel litele. Editor aid Proprietor. WHOLE NUMBER7 127. VOLUME III, NUMBER 23. -. j - 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS, JANUAEY 31, 1868. -iw-. trA-J A independent. I , I h- w Original Smmriw Sjtomim COPT-KIOUT SECURED EVANGELINE; on, THE DOUBLE TRAITOR: J. BECOSS 67 VXI SAT X8XMM0I. wauiia cifbessly roa "nt unirtiiaEXT,' , m , BY Till: AUTHOR OF Tha Massacre at Wyoming," "Alratez. the Martyr," "George WeHon,"' "The Rival Hunter," etc PART Chapter XV. EvANGEUNI. VANGELINE had been in eon- ' nan) onmannnieitlinh With Nor- rj villa during Monday, semetimes personally and ml ethers through Ton as a medium; and bat for the fact that he was her fast friend there is little doubt but that all her efforts to elnde the pursuit of Tippleton must hare proved fu.ile. Norville felt the importance'of the part he was acting, and although he knew every step was beset with dang...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 31 January 1863

; - T THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3ij 1863 o! a rii v3 . ! - t Hi : KSH "Shorn- : m foe mtqwaflnrt' OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBE3TS. Btlilor. Saturday, January 31, 1S03. Needed laws. . ,Ve direct llio attention of our logu lntors to the fact that there i" no law on the stntute books of Kansas by which marriages can be legally proven. There is a half-way enactment, which we learn is paid but little legard to. concerning the return and recording of eeitifieales of marriage by the officer or minister who solemnizes the marriage contract. Thu law, however, is un- cuarantee of the counties is the honesty of Iheir Treasurers; and we aro told that there are no honest men in Kansas, which we pronounce h libel upon our people. But mverthe!es, diohonest men may get to be Treasurers, and a& safeuards will hurt no honest man.and prevent rogues from swindling, we think sound polir-y demands a ch'tngo and demands it loudly. Lot us have it. just as v as worthless for...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 31 January 1863

M fh i L- f V K Elw pfiqroiilflrt. li rfBLIsliri) LVEUV SATLEDAY MDUXING AT 'O.kalcosn, Jefferson County, Kansns. cldQi SHiT)Cif. S3- j.w. iioni:RTs, JOIIX V. DAY, Editors. NOTICE 111 J 7 U Is JSreby given thai J. W. Roberts. Esq., hasten duly appointed aud qual ified as Cleik of ihe Probate Court of ?Jffeisou .County during my nbsenca. Persons having any business to trnns ael in said Court will be promptly wait diipon by Mr. R., who will discharge ' all the duties pertaining to tiie office, s us the issuing-of Loiters of Administra tion, fcc, uutil my return. '.'-'.. John W.Day, Probate Jude of Jefferson Counlv. Dutton House Closed. The Duilon IIouso being temporarily closed on account of the severe illness of the proprietor, the citizens of the village should see that the wants of the traveling public are suplied. Horses will be taken care of at my stable as usual. There is no occasion for any alairo. Keep your conscience clear and carrj a stilt upper lip, and -all will be right. ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 31 January 1863

I THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUEDAY, JANUARY 31, 1863. - -.! .- i the ptile $fllfc.$. WORRYINGJTHE ANGELS. "Mamma, don't it worry the an gels to see you fretting about so?' It was a blue-eyed, curly-haired little Georgia who said this to his mother, as she entered the room where he was playing, with the same impatient step and anxious frowning eye, which all that morning he had observed in wonder and silence, "Why .Georgie ! what ever put the thought in your head?" thu mother answered, taken by surprise. "Oh, nothing I guess. It just happened in there,as I was thinking what a beautiful morning; it was,and how every thing seemed to be smil ing, except you, mamma, and you looked so troubled. Was it naughty to say so?" "Not at all, my dear. I was the naughty one; but do you know why 1 felt so fretful and troubled this morning?" "Yes, I heard you say that uncle and aunt and Mrs. Cheerer and a young lady were to come in the noon train, and that your wood was poor and there was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 7 February 1863

,JS IT'fcat -f J. W. ROBERTS, SeboieS io flgiciiiie, ecliwics, fitts, ftetos, w9 fiexei litetyfe. Editor aid Pr-priettr. ,j' VOLUME III, NUMBER 21. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, FEBKUARY 7, 1863. WHOLE NUMBER. 1S8; , h -,. The Independent.'"" . Ju Original COPT BIOHT SECURED EVANGELINE; Ott, THE DOUBLE TRAITOR: a. UCftU OS TBI UUI MSIUIOS. WITTB KXPKUSI.T FOE "tB IXDlrtXSEXT," by Tin: author or Tk Massacre at Wyomlhf ," "Alvatai, the Martyr," "Geor&e Weldon," "The Rival Hunters," etc PART SECOND. Chapter XVX THS BEOIKKINO OF THE IKD. "SlrfflOR a considerable length of lime 4 Tippleton's mind was occupied em& with the new thought.which had 5 flashed across it in the moment of passion that followed his disappoint ment at the easy and pleasant escape of Evangeline. He now felt that what had before seemed to him the most fortun-ate thing for carrying out his par pose, namely, the command of a com pany of men, in the rebel service, was the greatest hindrance to the prosecu tion of his priva...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 7 February 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUEDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1863. !w pilntol' OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. S.VT. ROEBSTS. Editor. Saturday, February 7, 18G3. Treason Developing. Ever day there are new develop ments of the treason which rankles in the bosoms of the allies of Jeff. Davis t the North. The frustrated attempt of the villains at Indianapolis to seize the State crmory of Indhna, which was followed by threats to assassinate Gov. Morton, is only one of the straws thai indicate which way the rebel wind of tli North blows. The Cincinnati Enquirer a fow mon ths g most stoutly and persistently denied the existence of any secret societies in the North of the character of the Gol den Circle; now it openly mows the fact N The simultaneous efforts of Valland ingham, Sam. Cox. Seymour, tho two brother's Wood, (brother traitors also.) thejPennsylrania, Indiana and Illinois legislatures, and all the smaller fry of the treason Democracy to cryt down New England and endeavor to break up the Union in...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 7 February 1863

r m THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUBDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1863. -r'' st w Cfo gfo&JWatat; - "M TClLISnED EVERT SATCItDAT ilORMXG AT likaloosa, Jefferson Connty, Kansas. ;i' J. TV. ROBERTS, I ,.,,, JOH.NW. DAY, j tailors. HOTICE Is hereby gh-n thai J. W. Roberts, Esq., l been duly appointed and qual ifd Clerk of the Probate Court of Jaffcrion County during my absence. Jptrsons lmTing any business to trans act in said Court will be promptly wait ed upon by Mr. R., who will dUcharge all the dutios pertaining to tiie office, a;the issuing of Letters of Administra tion, tc, until my return. John W. Dax, '.Probate Judge of Jefferson County. Cold. Ob' Taesday morning the mercury was 10 degrees below zero, which, wo re toid, indicated the coldest weather in thi country since 1856, and proba- 'bly for many years previous to that Ubm. -It was certainly1 plenty cool nough,.especially after the pleasant weather which had preceded the'ehange. At. the present writing. Wednesday, it is sle...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 7 February 1863

4 THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1863. v? ' -- gm ft m $lte. PLAYLYG FOR KEEPS. We are told that this story is rcai, a- child i en say. There aieagrea' many little bovs who are in the hab il of playing for keep. We hope Uiey will not only lead this story but that they will resolve never to take thsir first lesson in jramblin": "See, mother, what a lot of mar bles I've got!" haul John. "I want you to make me a great big bag to put tnem in." "Why, where did you get .so ma ny my son?" asked his mother. "I won them from Pete Jones. See, I got his glass tav,too. 1 loan ed him one of mine to play with while he put that in the ring. Jsn'l it prettv?" "Hrnv much did you pay him for them?" Pay him! I Xothing. He and 1 played for 'keeps,' and 1 was the best plaver, and won all his. "How much did they cost Peter, do vou suppose?" "If he bought them, they must have cost him about a dohar." it "And you got them for nothing?" "I played 'upon the square,' and Pete said 1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 14 February 1863

- --- f A v NJI 31 A&S&g JG0J32.? J. W. ROBERTS, Seboied io figicilfifre ccijw.cs. fiK& eh)5, n Scijehtl liteie. Editor and Proprietor. t VOLUME III, NUMBER 25. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, FEBKUAEY 14, 1863. 1 f WHOLE NUMBER. 129. . .11 JL JLVy --. 1 1 ill I j 1 f ly 111 J fy III) &.-&. fid jtt Original gm6m sraar. cortmanr secueed EYjNGELINE OK. THE DOUBLE TRAITOR: A X1COSS QW X1 SRSAT SEgEEX$H. uawnx kxhisslt roR "THr ixBarcxDiirr," BY Tlin AUTHOR OF, 4 aero at Wyoming," "Alraiez, the Martyr," "Georgo VcIdon,'J"The nival Hunters," "c'-s ThM PART Chapter XVH The Traitor Spr. mITHOUT following Tippleton SKM-J; through all his preparations and kw aun-ijiciiauuns, over nis gooa 5o5d5 fortune and his tricked inten tion as he contemplated the future, we will simply let him reveal more fully phase or two of bis character in his own words, and thea proceed with the narratire. As he reflected upon the best method to carry out his mission with safety and success, ha thus soliloqu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 14 February 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. LFKDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1863. Wit $fapn Ami- OSKALOOSA. KANSAS. J. W. HOBEHTS. Editor. Saturday, February II, 1803. Who is to blame? The question is often asked, who is to blame for the failure, of our effoils to pnt down treasoii ? We answer.'the President. We do not wish by this to be understood as charging the Executive with disloyal motives; we believe that he has the good of the country at heirl as much as any mnn in it. But his policy has been such as to cripple the energies of the nation and paralyze tko movements of the army and navy. Ho retains in bis Cabinet men in whom the whole nation has lost confi dence. Ho admits to his private coun cils some one or more who batrays all tbe plans for the operations of a campaign by land or expedition by sea; and in nine cases out of ten, the rebels in Richmond know the intended move Bents of our armies and vessels of war before the generals in command of the troops, and the Captains at sea, get fiie in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 14 February 1863

&' Sfc fiwluptttifrnt ii iublished r.vr.Er satcedavvorxi.no AT Osknloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. joqi J)ep!Hhcf. JOHNV. DAY,' tdIto- Soldiers Aid Society. The text regular meeting of tins Society will be held Saturday evening Feb. 14lh,at the house of P.E. Havens, Esq. All members are requested to "be present, as tha election of new of ficers will take place. A general invi tation is extended to all wishing lo be come members, or who feel interested in aiding out sick and wounded soldiers. . Mrs. E. F. Adams, President. Mrs. Jennie Allen, Secretary. Lieut. J. C. Burnett. We learn with -deep regret, through a letter to Mr. L. B. Con wall, of this place, from his son in the army, that this excellent young man and brave officer, died in the, hospital of Fayette ville. Ark., JanHary.30tli, from the ef fects of the wound received in the battle at Prairie Grove. Few men were more highly esteemed than Lieut. Burnett, and his loss will be felt by tho whole community. An other victim ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 14 February 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. URDAT, FEBRUARY 14, 1863. K A tt i 1 ORIGINAL OF "tiie house that jack built.' As the occupation and pleasures of childhood produce a powenul im pression on the memory, it is proba ble almost every reader who has pas sed his infantile days in an English nursery, recollects the delight will) which he repeated that puerile jing ling legend, "The house that Jack built." Very few, however, are at all aware of the original form of its composition,or thJarticular subject it was designed to illustrate. And fewer still would suspect that it is only an accomodated and altered translation of an ancient parabolical hymn sum by the Jews at the Feast of the Passover, and commemorative of the principal events in the history of that people. Yet such is actual ly the fact. The original in the Chhaldee language, is now lying be fore me, and as it may not bs unin teresting to the readers of the Con gregational Magazine, I will here furnish them with a literal trans...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 21 February 1863

Wio51 U. c I A iAJ:.aTi 7WT: ' . -7Tft ,; -.OCX I ; L Inctep i . a ;'i ;;iu x&tBi , : i ;iht ,-i.r amyBnf", " "ml wr I' 'H 1 .t "wt T'n w'm - - 1 orii .) '' a 64 IO-'W ,-ir Hi Vf HI "x. ' cl .'f . v, - .. , ;.!.- f'I? jfJUJ - . s ; .-. ."f ;- r rr-r '""" , ii 2 -il S'iiiJ-. '! .ct;fcS SXS3S3S 5 J.W. ROBERTS, SebofeS to figicqifim feciics, SHs, Ketos, aso fiei JM&pt. .- ." '"'Editor uirPr.ridr. .;j ",.- s :, b;i VOLUME III, NUMBER 20. Sfct OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, FEBKUAKY 21, 1868. .Cf .'flit' WHOLE NUMBER, m I I lU en . c -. . . . . . A ' x: w rigroal Jmam fattKim ; -" "r ' :t- "' l. , .. . J COPT-EIOHT SECURED aCCOBDIXO TO LAW.l .' - : . - EVANGELINE; OK, THE DOUBLE TRAITOR: A, SEGOBS tm KB fiXSAX a&SSMIOU. warns tirirnu roa 'has ixDirEKorsT,' t. 7 BVTIIKAUTllOttOF w . Tie Mjcre at Wyoming," "Atvaicz, the Martyr, PART Chapter XVm. PcRscrr or Kkowlkdge. JIPPLETON was not long in as- lff certaining the fact thai there was 1 a mnrked difference be l ween g Northern and Southern...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 21 February 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2J, 1863 . ri i ,- lb &tjptu&tni' OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. I. W. HOBSBT. Editor. Saturday, February 21, 1863. - Mattering Treawa. .'Some Iwo or three weeks since, we penned an article speaking of the immi nent danger, to be apprehended from Northern traitors. We then had pri vate advices (as well as public) which justified the fear; and the onlj reason that blood has not been shed in the North is because traitors hare not re ceived their deserts. We assert now, that treason is rank and deadly at the North- The families of volunteers are alarmedor their safe ty, ichile their husbands, fathers and bro thers are in the army and secessionists all around them at home. This is the ease in sereral localities in Indiana and Illinois where nearly all the lojal men haTe volunteered, and the rebels left at hosse are becoming bold in the utter ance of their treason. And these fami- .lies have grounds for their feirs. If ' these Northern t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 21 February 1863

"i."". THE INDEPENDENT; OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1863. sww ve------ I R- -V Wht n&tytnknt , rCBUSBKD EYXKT SATDKDAT MOBSIXQ AT ikileosa, Jeffenoi Conty, Emit. JLoci Seftytftyeifi. J. Vf. ROBERTS, I VAUnrm JOHN M. DAY, ""on. Cotton in Kansas. It is now demonstrated beyond rea sonable doubt tbal cotton can be sue -cesifully and profitably grown in Kan sat. As this staple will be a good price .'next year, we ibink tbe best thing our banners can do is to devote some of -their lands to its cultivation. We are told that eren without any aid in the shape of proper tools, it can be raised for ten cents a pound. If so, it can bs raised for six or seven cents " 'per pound, by giving the crop that at- -tention which raising it to profit will . demand. By this we mean the plant ing of a sufficient quantity to make it on of the leading products of the farm, 'so that it will naturally lead to such ear as will secare the right culture. Jf it costs ten cents per pound to -raise...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 21 February 1863

- -; THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. SATUEDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1863. f fit f ate rife FIVE IN APEA-SHELL From llie German bf Hans Anderson. 1 Five peas sat in a pea-shell. They were gresn, and the shell was green. Therefore they thought that the whole world must be green in which opinions they were about right. The shell grew.and the peas grew too. They could accommodate themselves very well to their nar row house, and sat very happily to gether, all five in a row. The sun shone outside and warmed the shell. The rain made it so clear that you eould see through it. 1 1 was very warm and pleasant in there, clear by day and dark by night, just as it should be. The five peas grew ve ry fast, and became more intelligent the older they were. "Shall I always be compelled to sit here? said one to the rest. "I really am afraid that I shall get hard irom sitting constantly I do believe that strange things are jioinir on out side of our shell as well as in here?" Weeks passed on, and the peas...

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