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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 February 1863

I sac . .. ."."' .-rt xfiSOa J- Ai . " 7 T mwsamaaa mmmttmm SSI . l .,-,-... Bv - id 1-4C -J C . J T . W n. -B. 31 - .r SC -.aJ.K-.- I I Til f jUeboteeto figieqUq ijMmta Htft flctos, ajo Sciierqf HkifK- '" -" ,; .t.', 4. ...,. SM! 1 1 utU . l Editor ai4-Projrietr. ; - f- ' -'S3 i" VOLUME III, NUMBER 27. 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS, FEBKUAKY 28, 1868. WHOLE NUMBER. 131. t tit TirkTkYinrnn '' "ffBu.swv r a iwn- h s - - , i- . a w -, c-g VwBlHrV ftmrnmr AX awMV&c5L v- - - -, - va , .l!iri iVfefle vlun rae ii . r ( m Original Itawitan suna. COPT-KIQHT 8ECURED EVANGELINE'; THE DOUBLE TRAITOR: A C0 0 SS 6XIAV 8BSE&H0H. 1 "" Mr-SSLT ro "THE IXDtKXDEXT," , BY THE AUTHOR Or The Massacre at Wyoming," "Alratez, the Martyr," "Georga Weldon," "The Rival Hunters etc PART Chapter EX. Episode. M?rE havo already briefly cbroni gKf c'el the safe arrival of Evan sWm geline at Cincinnati, and the gsStSs subsequent freedom of Tom. Had we time a full chapter could be writ ten on Tom's feelings and nets aft...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 February 1863

4 THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1363 fj II w UpmlM OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. IIOBEETS. Editor. aV " '" ' - Saturday, February 28, I8G. ?- - .. -i -" Horace Greeley. Sjine of our friends 'think we did injustice lo Mr. Greeley in our brief sireciures of last week, because wo did not give mere of bis remarks. We gave (, essence of the spirit of the "liCjeT from w,"c we quoted, using few words lo economise space: but to satisfy our leaders that w&did no in justice to the editor of the Tribune, we now give each paragrnh from which we.extrncled: Fromthe Tiibuneof 2ib. 0, I860. 8 i'U the Cotton Slates shall boome satisfied that they can do better out of the Union than in it, wo insist on the letting them; go in, peace. The - :irht to secede may be a revolutionary one, but it exists nevertheless. - We must ever lesist the light of any State to remain in the Union and nullify or defeat the laws thereof. To vuIwIm,. from the Union is quite anothjr matter; whene...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 February 1863

ESjafcgfcc&y wlfrfiiili33? - - " ,.- " n-VZ fc . X I ir E ,to Mmfat XI TUBMSHED EVERT SATUBDAT MOnKIXO AT Oskaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. J. W. ROBERTS, I ..,,, JOHN . DAY,' j hJUo- c- r -' Cotton Growing. In an article last week, we did not make quite enough allowance for seed. From more definite information as to practice, we learn that those who make a business of attending to such matters will take one hundred prounds of gross cotton, gin it and return twenty-five pounds of clean fiber, retaining what they get over this amount as toll. From Mr. Hosford's communication wo are told that 800 lbs can be raised (o the acre. This would give 200 lbs net fiber ready for the factory. Cotton is worth at least 80-cenls per lb. Cost of raising and picking 840 per acre. The footings will then stand as follows: - 200 lbs at 80 cts. per the 8160.00 ost of cultivating 40,00 ' Net profit per acre 8120,0 Thus while our figures do uot stand exactly as they did last week.the result is much...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 February 1863

T" K "51 THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1863. JfcS m ft pttfe $olfc$. FIVE IN APEA-SHELL. From the German of Huns Andenoa. "I would to God it could be so," said the mother. But she 'did not believe it could come to pass. Then she stuck down a little stick for the pea-vine to run on, and tied . string around it to keep the wind irom blowing it away. Every day it grew higher and larger. "Now it 13 begining to blossom," said the mother one day as she went up to the window. "1 am begining J to think my daughter will get well again." She had noticed that she had been cettini more cheerful and stronger of late. So on the j mom- me that the pea-vine otossomea suei raised her up in bed and leaned heri ..tot - s.lmTr- Tin. no-1 irl: sJio acainst a cnair. l ne ne.a week sne , was able for the first time for many, many months to get out of bed and take a few steps. How happy she was as she sat in the bright sunshing and looked at the growing pea-vine. The window was...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 7 March 1863

'r ." p Indep ir 3r - 9f9Jfegey W-J.LA.l ' SV'ijJii. ', &! v i tijsws8 ? S -. . i.,v$i.:" 1 -.2 J. W. ROBERTS, SeboicD io figiciiiqty eefjwics, &tfs, fletas. Seijctyi XitcSiqi-e. Editor aid Proprietor. VOLUME III, NUMBER 23. 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS, MARCH 7. 1868. ' ,1 'w WHOLE NUMBER. 132. MJ rTil - I ne t- - - - i i- t- - - . endent i - -V -A fr -v & it riginal jmeraij Stomas. COtT-EIOHT SECCKED EVANGELINE; -OU, THE DOUBLE TRAITOR: . COX OS TS8 SXSAV XEMHXOB. wsittm KxrarLT for "the ixDirrxDcsT," rv Tin: author or "The Maacreai "Wyoming,'' "Alvaiez,tho Martjr," "George Veldon," "The nival nonlerV etc PART SECOND. Chapter Traitors Plottiso. E will now direct the render's WMc!$ attention for a short time to Wfii some f the doings of the trai l5;33 tors in the early stages of the rebellion. For twenty years and more there hare always been a few leading men at the South whose purposes, aims and efforts were all directed to bring about FemrH --V a condition of things which should...

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 March 1863

.- ry'.yai THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 8.fripf i h I J to fmftimulnvt- OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. HOBERTS. Editor. Saturday, March, 1863. Mr. Greeley Explains. Mr. Greeley claims tliat Wis mis represented by the languige which wo quote from l!ie Tribune thai be was only in favor of permitting tlio Sjuth logo when, by a f.iirly expressed ma jority at a fair election, the people de cided in favor of secession; and lie thinks no such vot was ever taken. We cannot now l.iy our hand upon the paper containing the statement, but we are sure Mr. Greeley Iihs repeatedly admitted, directly or indirectly, that a majority of the people of South Caro lina tver in favor of secession. Ex pressions like these w ill be remembered by the readers of the Tribune in times past, that with the exception of South Carolina, Mississippi and Florida, no States would faor secession by n popu lar vote. Mr. Greeley has repeattdly admitted tint 'a. the Stites named, cud probably in Georgi...

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 March 1863

' a-Hts". - -r -j A A f to. . fiiilcntet XI rLBLIsnCD EVEKT SATCEDAT J10EMXO AT tikiloosa, Jefferson .Connly, Kansas. z Tz . JJOUS . HAY, t3'1""- i. . 'The Aid .Society .- Will meet at the residence .of Mrs. Barnes on Saturday evening the 14th inst. Contributions. The Soldier's Aid Society is now en gaged in making up a box of clothing fori'Soldiers, and Trill gladly lecercve any contributions of clothing from per sons in the community. '- Socks.mittens under-clothing anything that nill be suitable can be handed in to tho Treas urer, Miss Phebe Fairiiolm, or left nt this office. We hope our good and loyal citizens will respond liberally to this call. Bad Legislation. We -sometimes think that legislatures come very near to being nuisances. In many respects the one which has just closed its session at Topeka was above any that has preceeded it in this State; but it did some inexcusable and almost unpardonable things; as for instance, the appropriation of between 2,000 -and 83,000 lo p...

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 March 1863

THE&DEPENDENT: OSKALQOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH' 7, 1863. JU THE MISSIONARY CHICKEN. Little Mary heard one day about the heathen. She felt sad to think how many millions of boys and girls were growing up without knowing about Jesus. She wanted to give something to send them the word of Uod. But Mary was a little girl.and had no money of her own. What,then, could Mary do for the poor heathen children? I will tell you what she did. Her pa had given her a pret ty little speckled chicken. He call ed it "Little Mar'ys Chicken." Mary loved this chicken dearly, and often went with her sister to look at it as it picked up the crumbs she threw for it into the hen-coop where it lived with Lady-Hen its mother. The chicken was Mary's treasure. But Mary said to her mother: "Please, ma, will you let me give my chicken to the heathen? "Why, Mary! how can you give a chicken to the heathen? Do you wish to send it out in a ship for them to eat? Mary's mother only said this to try Mary. She want...

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

,iewHJttrw4m' yims a '.VMlifK--'T'T 3 I imimair .!' i-. 'ikii & sen mi AcRA,Hl&y sftjfe jtCi? ' . Sbft ,r; iau' ei efifj a.iiu ; , '.m i, i it k at M ? . i u iiU "r ,--. I i, J. W. ROBERTS, TTITI .MtMt:Wi- vFvHuwmwi: .'-'c ,lr r -v ,. '- ' .T, J-:iA'hL-'nenu . .. . 1' ,,j. - k-. . li.. 1 .... -. , L. - !.jl:Kr- fl-T-Mi ItmMl Z1A ffU. 1 a.: - - a s it wr .:, B5,-1- ;. 'dJCnoTen ntpit nv. - l.iAhon 5iu-. :iY-ntc jLi rxia. . i 9s-5r -tw-j?' r- pritirnir.r . A l- . i n ... 4. 1. - fT ' -. .;,i... , ?) i.i ii,w 'jyTO'i n(y icujjb, jv ucici( .,r.ii&riqrq JHasr 3HRMaoi am , &a i.- .. - . ,. t . Kililor aHttL'royrniiyi. G 'Jl a njt.u wUet lHf tuc; 5? 3T!rtVdtf 6fsi lit J- C . OSKALOpSA, KANSAS, MARCH 14, 1868. 'lit n:. ,ln. 'MSVC -" -t-l W "1" " " v -I 11 O cSl Ea -1 a g 1; i;,.,.J-.,I I: I a I a f 1:1 -fry-Vl r J 13.1 ih . ' yy W - . .- w, , ? 3iK ."T . fa t4U .., ,Ji 1 EL yib y iv J? A.m., w'M y 1 l- $ j "1' e-V - - t ks f r -fc -l ' S f J&lrvTr if T ' ' ' ' i rt ;-,. ...

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

tfeaw w irHM rntiiHi THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1863. 1 fe foityMifoirt OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. Y7. EOBESTS. Editor. Saturday, March Li, i8G.J. Persisting Folly. Thuilo v Weed.who has been about a half-and-half supporter of llic war from ibe beginning, litis been persistently enga;ed in an effort to havo McClellan restored to enmmund. In this rffort Ex-Governor Morgan of Xcw York, who was made Senator through the influence of the Weed faction in the letslature,is with him. Morgan made 896,000 on his ship contracts with the government, and, of course, is not anxious, with such fat takes, to bring tliu war to a speedy close, and he knows that Mc Clellan i slow enough to suit his pur posesjust the man ready made to his hands. But in this matter there U a power behind the active agents in tho move ment. Tliat power is William H. Sew ard, who has been the curse and bane of the administration and the nation! cause fioui the beginning. We believe that Seward has ...

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

A & Wt& fufcpjfeit XI PUBLISHED EVERT 8ATUBDAT MORKIXO AT likileosi, Jcffersoa County, Kansas. Joci SeHftieiff. J. W. ROI1KRTS, I ..... JOIIJf M . DAY, j td't. Viniiterlal Association. Owing to illness and other causes ifao number of Ministers in attendance at the Association in this place last week was not large not half what it was expected to be; but the exercises were fall of interest, and those who were ab sent missed not a little. Several of the Essays read possessed more than or nary merit. We did not hear all the sermon, but those of Saturday and Sabbath were good. We were partic ularly pleased with the one on Satur day evening. This Association cannot fail to prove an instrumentality of great good if its meetings are well and punctually at tended; but if little attention is paid to the matter, little benefit will be derived from this or any other organization for mutual improvement. Wc think the ministers should regard it a positive duty to prepare themselves for th...

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

THETKDEFEfrDENT: OSKALOCfeAi" KANSAS, SATURDAY, UAKCH 14, J8G3. t, t;u y,Tr..T. )W i yj.- - $.t lit? fttflt .o!fe "BY JINGO-" ' -J "What is thai I hear, my son I" inquired Mr. Perkins of his ten year old boy, Henri. Henry looked up surprised, as if he could think of nothing bad that he had said. His father continued, "Did 1 not hear you utter an im proper word, such as I think is one kind of swearing?" "1 said, 'By Jingo,' replied Henry; buL that is not swearing.' I have heard Deacon Jones say 1 hat." "Very true, perhaps;" responded his father. "Such words are not strictly profane, and most people do not regard them of evil tendency." "Is it swearing to say 'Darn it,' by Jupiter,' '1 vow," and 'by Chris topher?" asked Henry. "It is not taking the name of God in vain, nor is it swearing as people usually -understand it; but J think the Saviour meant to condemn the use of all such language when 'hei said, 'Swear not at all; nattier by heaven, for it is Gcd's throne; nor by the earth, ...

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

Oil - T I -i " , 1 ; 1 lie 1 11 (1 enPsTl fl on 1: - $ w w 2 nU .Aif ' : , C SsV S5CH .Jf .1 ' J. W. ROBERTS, P gebofeS fo agietiiti'e, ccfewcs, fWs, fleto$, Scijefcil tftehtfqire. - - Etliior aud Proprietor. ff- .v- ,- T.i -,; 'J . 1 -i VOLUME III, NUMBER 30. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, MARCH 21. 1868. I t ' ) TCIlOLEJiUMiiEU. .lk. i:p"'s tciL t S - - - si J MrMMIIIHM I Hill "ril iMsaj ! " ' .-"- ,(- c. " ' J'r$righraJ corr-rionx becdked EVANGELINE; o u, THE DOUBLE TRAITOR: A BECORfi Of 1KB CHEAT XSXS&&IOH. WRITTEX EXr-RETSLT bv Tin: 'The MasMCrc.at IVyonlhg," "Alvaicr, tho .Mart .. . - k j - 5- - PART Chapter XXII. A Discovers 'fekS soon as he had made such ef- i (Sv'JiS forts in his own behalf as lie felt jfjustified in doing.at that purlieu-if" h brought to such a coiuuruma JsH8l hr lime, Tippleton sought out i011 " ;the great leader of treason in Ohio for "I have strong hopes that they can; 'the purpose of learning from him what Dut t,ie work must be accomplished bv ibe knew 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. — 21 March 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUEDAY, MAKCH 21, 1863. h in m OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. BOBEETS. Eitior. Saturday, March 21, I83. A Cloud Gathering. "Strnws indicate which way the wind blows;" anJ this is no more true of the natural than of the political wind. At the present juncture of affairs there may at first appear to be nothing parti cularly alarming. Things in general teem to be moving along- with their usual snail-like pace, at least, if not a little more so. lint th,rr. i abend. The rebels have been despmto and determined fiom t'm h.intmi.r- . . . and they are more so now than at any previous stage of the rebellion. The prospects around Vicksburg are not the most cheering to the lenders of the insurgents; and yet they are deter mined not to give up without a struggle which wll ihow that they are feitile in devices as well as reckless in the use of means to accomplish their purpose. If Vicksburg falls.thea some other baie for supplies must be found. New Or leans is occ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 21 March 1863

-?---,.'" .Shs gMrimulait ?f -j-i -i IS 1-UBLISiILI) EVtUt SATUBDAT MOBXIXG AT Oskaioosu, Jefferson Connty, Kansas. -ir Joeif 2epV;)i J. W. ItOUBiCTS, J -JOII.VV. DAY? S Editors. - - Eobbery. J On-IaCt Sunday ifig!t,"nbout nine ,, -o'clock, six pei Mm went lo ihe icsi dence of a Mr. WeHs.about wen miles south "e.isC of this, place, called hici oul of bis bouse on some pretense.r.nd then told biui they wero aficr bis money, Vnicli they demanded. No: eomnlvin"- immedhielj; whh the demand, be was thrown down and kicked a courjle of times, sad the juoney on his person, 8150,00, forciblyjtijkeii. The robbers then went into tbo house and took from Mrs. VUd $480,0'J, which bhc carried in her -bosom. Word was brought to town, and the 'officers went oat, and so scared one of the accomplices that he confessed to the Lading facts in the case. Other arrests have since been made, until liv of the robbers have bean caught. . ' As the accused are to have n tria!,we "forbear further remarks at pres...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 21 March 1863

hi THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JJAECH 21, 1863. u m f: UP r gk flw fvtt? $Ate. From Field Xutcs. WRITING COMPOSITIONS. "I do declare! I wish there never i was a composition to be written in1 woild!' exclaimed little .Mary Dean, as she rushed into the house, and, threw down her hood on the table,! and pitched the bhawl ofi'her&houl-1 ders on the chair back. "Why, Haiv, Marv!' said 3Irs, I uean caimiy, "wnai is uie maiier with you!' "Why, Miss Stetson says we've all got to write compositions, and I just hate it; I don't know no more how to write a composition than our dog.' "But stop,my child, and consider what you are saying. How foolish ly you are talking and acting; think it some one was to wnte a compo sition and tell just how you look and act to-day ,tn a newspaper.you would be very much ashamed ot the picture drawn of you.' "If anybody wants to wiite about me.thevmav 1 don't care!' and the naughty, petulent girl dashed out of the room, and banged the door a...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 March 1863

' ' ' -.uiHuiMjjbiRa. ' ""?- - ip mBmESBFP Ii i ' ""f p M - - rT. "'V -. u - ' - - ' -r-'--' v. -.. . -- .:.., . -- --j v.. a . . . J. W. ROBERTS, $cbofe3 to agiifqi-c, 'Hcetafefc.Jito ftta rtS'e'ilSfitil-e.' t- 't- - :i h, -tJWJsrilljp 4' J - .. Editor aid Pr.rieUr. '.-4U1:I cS VOLUME III, NUMBER 31. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS,! toKCH 28. i 1868. u .XS V"i iiJ - 3VH0 '. WHOLE NUMBER.1 m I" "38rit.)Q j- vK-!-- I, si .-.., .. - .. i . i i - . ' : - - ' " --..- . mm - -...' ' B ,fffMtlMMM,MMMMtM .W " - - . " ' ' " ' ' ' i ' -. n w 1 -.f U: rigiil mmm mm. " "" ' sV rAili'-L COFV-XIQHT SXCURKD ACCORD1XO TO LAW. EVANGELIFE; H OK, THE DOUBLE TRAITdfe: A IlfOU OX XSB UI II1HH6I. ' 'Tha Massacre mtWyomlng," "Alratez, the Martvr; WITTK IirKESSLY rO lTH IKD(rEIIDtllT,n BY THE AUTHOR OF "Ckoije Weldon,' "The Biral Hoteti, etc PART SECOND. Another PtOT. AVING ascertained the Hole when Warner entered his name ! asd took rooms, Tipoleton at OBC took VD his own iihariA in 'the "samcTfouseTor the purpose f ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 March 1863

-p-fxs- -iU' nc IV fe-r THE INDEPENDENT: OSIALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 28,4863. ! j If lii II Wkt fiinitai OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. HOBEHTS. Editor. Saturday, March 28, 183. What is Most to be Feared. Should Price succeed, at his friends Lope he will, in Missouri, Kansas will suffer from guerrillas duiing the com ing season. Cut we have far mora to dread from robbers than from rebels. Hundreds,if not thousand of thesoare in the State and along the borders in Missouri. Here they profess to be Union men, in Missouri they are Union or Secesli, just as it suits; but in either Stale they are only thieres and robbers, let them go under what name they may. Quantrell is a noted leader of rob bers. He is only a freebooter; nothing more; and if he were in Kansas instead of Missouri, with the same opportuni ties for carrying on his nefarious" prac tices, he would be for the Union. And ihtrm are pleuty of just such unprinci pled men as Quantrell in Kansas. And 4key will steal whatever they...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 March 1863

-Jft'-W1: "X dm THE INDEPENDENT OSK&LOQSA, gANSAS. SATURDAY,1 Wtit1 1863. Wat. jg n&tnknt n riiBLisncD evebt satubday xob.niso at isknloosa, Jrffrrsoi Connty, Kansas. J. IV. ROBERTS, I .,, JOHN W. DAY, j Ed- Probate Court. The next term of the Probale'Court 'for this county will be held on the first Monday of April, which will be the 6th day of the month. All interested will take notice. Mr. Barret's Response. In anolhei part of this paper will be 'found a communication from Mr. Bar rett in which be claims to Lave been favorable to the original bridge Bill. We labored under the impression that he opposed the bridge measure through out, and still think the records do not show any vote of his in favor of the bill at any time. But wc accept his 'word for the fact. We think Mr. B. is a good man, and designed to do right in' the legislature; and when free from unfavorable influences did so. We do not agree with Mr. B. in his 'opinion so far as it regards the constitu tionality of...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 March 1863

."c-fc-jc-z-- THE IKDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 28:1863. i , . ' - 11 !f l-l !! ' gmm "pBITJdfer iz WITTS EASTER EGGS. -1 am not disposed to pry into or meddle with affairs tvith which I have no business, yet this much I saw and heard, as leaning over our balcony I had an uninterrupted view of my neighbor's yard just beneath me. A boy knocked at a side door, and with his hands pocketed, whis tled away the time which elapsed before the door was opened. 1 had a fine opportunity of scanning him, , which I improved, as there was that about him which does, or should pertain to every healthy ,wide awake boy of twelve years, an exuberance of life and joy, of which his spark ling brown eyes, shrill whistle, and the restless patting of his feet, were . but three tiny outlets. Soon a ladv answered his rap. Off! went his black cap, and the hearty "Good morning, Aunty," invoked a smile ot real welcome, which the most studied Jpoli'euess of after years may fail to win for him. ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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