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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 4 April 1863

TEe, Independents '" ' ' . . . . i - '- - . -t - - .- J. V.. ROBERTS, k. -fkbofeu to 9gtcqiiq leclies, ftHs, ete, Seerpeie. - -.'-, 5s- 3-J -.a :?.- '" f Editor and Proprietor. ill ? ,-v VOLUME JII, NUMBER 31 OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, APRIL 4, 1868. . ;c ?,! WHOLE NUMBER. -m Original f&mtim pmmtt corv-ripiiT secured EVANGELINE; O THE DOUBLE TRAITOR: A. BECORI of THU CKBAT KESEXOH. WTIITTE-C ExrREMLT FOR "TO ISMFEXDSNT,"1 hy tiik author or The Mvacre nt AVyomlnp,' "Alvsiez, the Martyr," "George AVclJon,' "Tlie Rival Hunters,-' etc PART SECOND. Chapter XXIV. Making Rkadt. roifLL things seemed fo work favor-1 g&A able to the plans of the conspira-', &m tors. Warner and the lady trot ilv 'rot a carriage, as was anticipated; and were safely landed at the door of the Opira House, into which they entered, closely olserved bv Tippleton liiinself; while Itis assistants were ar ranging matters according to the pro gramme for the eenings work. Sliortlv after the diiver of the cirri- aire ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 4 April 1863

'j'r-r- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1863. ! 'l )' i M Is tij fe gufoprofant OSKALOOSA. KANSAS. 3. 'ft. ROBERTS. Editor. Saturday, April 1, 1863. Northern Tories. 8onio weeks tinea we noiiceJtlie fact that the traitors in the Norilftrn States were preparing Tor Woodshed. Some of our readers thought there was little foundation for our remarks. We had uch advices nt the lime as wo knew Were reliable.and felt confident the facts "would soon bo developed. Since then it has been openly charged that the K. G. C's have oicr eighty thousand mem bers of the order in Ohio; over ninety thousand in Indian, and one hundred thousand in Iiliuuis all sworn for the South. The following paragraphs from the Dayton (Ohio) Journal, tell what tuts secret lories were doing about the time w wrote: "What Dun it Mean- ? Since the arrival home of the notorious ex-JI. C. the trade in fire arms has been increased very largely. We aie informed thai large numbers of revolvers have been s...

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

SSS"- 1 (I I? iv r? f jfc ,1 h Ik fMrjifatot. . M PUBLISHED EVXRT SATUXDAT MOXXIXO AT Oskileosi. JffferMi Cewty, Imu. Joci gleftrttyeiTt. J. W. ROBERTS, l ..... JOHN . DAY, "Hon. Probate Court. , The ntort term of the Probate Court fur ths county will be held on the first Motiday of April.which will be the Gtl. day of the month. All interested will take notice. Bailroad Lands. By request we publish the strictures of the Junction Union on the Home stead Ac!, and the Kansas Railroad bill which passed Congress at the recent session. Some of our readers appear to be laboring under the impression that these measures applr to the Re serve Linds in this county. This is an entire mistake. If the railroad com pany fail to build their road soon, it wou'd be an uceellent thing for the county if ihe Delnvara laiuls did ain under the proviions of the Ilonicoteml "Ac. But they du not. Tliey ate n l government lauds; they belong to the ,X. P. W-. IL Jr. Co.; or nil. belong to jhft't "corporation w...

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

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL '4,' 1863. ijr "T-f L gn ft ptOt $(fe TOTS EASTER EGGS. 'But it's tlic'rule, Auntv. The strongest always beats.' "Among dishonest men, Witt,but that's not God's rule. He says we must do just as we would be done by. Now think of that to-day, and see how many eggs you can win honestly.' He went out of the yard, but 1 noticed he didn't whistle or skip, as when he entered. A hand was. in each pocket, grasping an egg per haps, ile was out of my sight in an instant but there was an eye which saw him within and without, and from beneath whose gaze noth ing could screen him. His Aunt had given him much more than an egg. She had laid a responsibility upon him, by giving him a knowl edge of his duty, and it was a gift, whose value eternity alone can measure. The boy who reads this simple sketch, nd who heretofore thought it no harm to "pick' eggs at Easter, now shares Wilt's responsi bility. Mav he not plant in the rich soil of his voung hea...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 April 1863

- &?? '. awy V V ts Indep T2Z.- ''':! - lw. 1 ' " ' ' " -w : I -,- VAtWr , - t - - L- Vi ?., -, '&& - 3tt iap- -- -- ---- I ! - h J. W. ROBERTS, . .ssam"-, - ' "3v3" x - fcjt v T ".5f " Deboicu io icHftc, cciics, -&.-fo etos, ficqety. litele. Editor aid Proprietor. VOLUME III, NUMBER 33. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, APHIL 11. 1868. WHOLE NUMBER, m riL i 11 A V';- wr :-m am m my- S jBk Jim x' ". i JBRt Jft . i t sj , V I - & '&? jv IV. ?w &i -ffsy-' m. u -ArighriA ramrim gmttmrt. COPT EIGHT SECUKLP EVANGELIiNE; OK, THE DOUBLE TRAITOR: A RECORD Of THE GREAT ItEBEtLION. wsiTrtx nrcti.t roa the ismi-emiest, itv Tin: irrnoi:or The Massacre at IVyoinln-,' "Jtcajez, the Martyr," "Gsor-rt Weldon, "tiie n'val flnnier," PART Chapter XXV. Tom Makes a Discovert. JS-j-N the evening of the En erta'n- -tm metit at the upera House. r.,m, 15 tvlin liari nhf;iinfl u miiuhiimh a. ----- " -ww...-..,v. .. rruMUII All a baiber-shop near the hottl. was pissing through tin- li.il) on o le...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 April 1863

a-w J4i v' r --. - , i imt.i 3?ggsJ33gtgg3 teg-n THE INDEPENDENT OSKAJjOOSA," KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1863, E3 3 i I i ! If i 1 1 f M 1 K L i r. driving union nt'it from Lho county, Eleven of Mr. Parker's neighbors have, been violeulljr expalled from ihsir homes and compelled to seek safety in flight, leaving their families nnd their property at the aicicy'of marauders. Evening Xeics. "1'ors.ome days past the unfortunate sufTeH'13 of the southwest portion of the State, who have been driven out on account of their union sentiments, have 'ined our thoroughfares, and presented nany of the moat painful scenes of poverty and affliction ever nituessed in this city. St. Louis correspondent of the N. Y. Herald. 1 have n private letter from a m-m in Missouri, in -whoso word I have ilie utmost confidence, from whish 1 miko an extract or two: "Because the most of us have been driven from our homes, single benefit in prospect, I could not nnd had to leave our families in almost be a secessi...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 April 1863

"" '' ""Ifl " ""-'.-j- ;""" -. --iZ-Qtr- CJO, 7. J ; ax C Sfo gilcpuiM IS lTBMMIEDKVIKr SiTCBDiT HODMNO AT (lRknloosn, Jefferson Connly, Kansas. JocI epjiriheiijf. J. V. BOBERTS, JOHN U. DAY, Edltu The Sabbath School. Last Sunday being the regulnr lime for tlic annual election of officers of iho Sabbath School in this p!a:e,tho follow ing selections were made: J. V. Roberts, Superintendent, John W. Day and Mrs. Boucher, Assistant Superintendent; W. T. Moorman, Sec retary, G. B. Carso.v, Liljrairan; L. B Con well, Tieasurer. It is to bo hoped that the increased in terest recently manifested in the School will deepen and widen, until the entire community shall be enlisted iu promo ting its interest and usefulness. Too much attention cannot be given to this -noble institution, which is doing so much for the woild. The Bible Society. Brother L. B. Dkxms, Agent of the "American Bible Society for the State of Kansas, visited this place on last Situr- '-day and remained until Tuesday morn ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 April 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL I!, 1863. r th mh Mh. A LESSON FOR YOU ALL. "Oh Minnie, yon ought to have been down to Mrs. Wrights.' "What were you doing!' asked Minnie. "Oh we've had such a splendid time. You know that deep shady allev in the garden,where the cedar trees meet over head so sweet, well, Mrs. Wright said we might keep house,and we got brooms and swept it all out, and put down a carper, and fastened up curtains all round, just as if it was night, and hung up a lamp, and pretended to have a crat party you know. And we had grapes and cakes, and we got some dishes and handed them round, and Mattie True put on Nannie's dres. Oil you ought to have seen her, ta king a still" in her trail, dragging it round on our carpel, as if she vva- a big fashion lad v. '"Was Ella Brent there?' "Io indeed! we wouldn't let Her know anything about it.' "Why"? she always wears pretty clothes.' "Well, I don't care if he does.she always wants to have her own way, and "get....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 April 1863

.",'i.;t!gfm Esaeessza t ;- T1.H-. .f.ti;.-;ir .--.A ;-o :'.:;( i 'itk i rm hht nT,r? fH v. n a.r or;;;::$we3 fp'jtgiiPiHi- Mn-ftHA - J'.flwinf- Pfeti .''.ir:,'.,::,:;.:,; Editor lid Proprietor. VOLUME III, NUMBER 34. QSKALOOSA, KANSAS,. JPEILlS 1868. I nl II WHOLE- NUMBER, m 'A . "'3 i. "a rnvmu r. i r i mf -..owv. vf. c ;:., t T ..'... -'. .. - t . t ..- . - -.-- -i r-t .- r- ,.! . : -.' - -iU . ,. .-.' r v iWl ,4-M : A ,fterUi0 Jta ..aa ,a.:.jjia -sao: V) ww a- i--. . w '"''"' r . i i . f . , -.-..., , . ..,- !f. ' V If '' Al I A im4m . s- J. . copi-EionT BfcuBKp L 1. ,,vaVEvi.NGELINE; , : OR',- - 1 " THE DOUBLE TRAITOR- A SSCOSB OF THK SSEJ.3F SSSEUX08. '. WEimjt ExrxcsstT roa BY THK AUTHOR OF. Th MssucrQ at Wyoming," "Alrajcz, the Martyr," -illtl pXllT SECOND. Chapter XXVI. The Double Traitor. 1X1 Lilt; UIUIUIII Ul IIO un OUU3" il auent to Hie events narrated in ? . . . Ui, precedinir clmpter.-Colonel Waruer and Evangelfne were' united in marriage in time to fake the express tr...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 April 1863

?Jt THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 186 4&T h t K lb ffttatytttfltat OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. "W. BOBEHTS. Editor. Saturday, April 18, 1863. Retributioa. One of ibe most narked features of the rebellion is the distinctive retribu tion wbicb Lm beea meled oat to the wicked plotters of the reckless treason which has delaged the land in blood, and filled it with the tears and 6iglis and anguish of widows and orphans. The leaders at the South promised to carry the war into the North. Phila delphia and New York were to be great prizes, and tie rich country of the free slates was td be made desolate. In stead of this 'the North has not been invaded to any extent while the South Las suffered all the horrors of war. In the next place there were to be divisions at the North, one party array ed against the other, se that the South would have every thing its own way, and an easy victory. But the South is divided. Four Slave Slates and parts of two others are baldly loy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 April 1863

iwr;TThiri. Sf32!552Ei SDS V &f ndtprttdrut. It ruaLISBED EVEBT SATUBDAT MOtXIXO AT ik.l.eii, Jeffemi Centj, lutii. J. W. ROBERTS, I UMtM JOHM M. DAY, ". TJiism LeWfit. Editor Independent: We Hit ua dersigned Citizen or Oska)oosa,feeliog anxious to labor for the promotion and intertat of oar county, would respect fully request of the Citizena of Oska looaa Township.antl urge it upon them, to organize Union Club, and hereby call a meeting for that purpose at 7 o'clock, P. 11. on Saturday April 18ib, JW3. N. W. TATtOR. JOS. FlTSIMOMS. D. DlCKIRMN. HlHRT CrABBS. "We heartily second the aboye call, -anJ hope all good Uaion men will re 'poad to tire aaaae at the time designa 'led. We caanot do too much for oar country ,Mr be too vigilant ia guarding oar liberties and rights, and being pre pared for any emergency. Patriots, come to the meeting on Saturday even ing. IftliM Taiem Leafme. We suggest lo the ladies of Kansas the propriety of forming Union Lea- .. . a trues, mis uaa oeeu ao...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 April 1863

aW"5"W ' - ""fell- ? - - THE INDEPENDENT: jSJMatrfXWffiQii I' I' r u M j'ifo-f iftU'ldH LITTLE ROBBIES DKEAM- Little Robbie was eight years old, a handsome, healthy, merry fellow, fuller of frolic and sunshine than he could anywise hold. He was the only child of rich parents, and had always been so strong and well, that they counted on him as a sura pos session. He was a most lovable child, too; good, kind, affectionate, fond of Sunday school; altogether such a little boy as parents and near friends would set their hearts upon. But there were those above who had set their heai ts on him also. Four weeks ago, on waking in the morning, he said to the cousin with whom he slept: "O, Etta, I have had such a beau 'tiful dream. I thought I was walk ing in a great field, and an angel came to me, and took hold of my hand, and said "Come, go with me.' And as we went up together into the air, 1 said to the angel, 'I can't do as you do' making a quivering motion with his arms I have no wines. A...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 25 April 1863

2 Tl Indep A -a ?J: ie ''tyn. tin- .tofci. 3iii w .;iiuji ,aoojAfeo- r.i;r,' " - J.'n j; w. Roberts; SeboieS fo lcthj, cclics, fitts, fletos, ty9 Scpei-qi Etehfoto. Editor and Proprietor. VOLUME III, NUMBER 35. 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS; APKIL 25. 1868. 'WHOLE NUMBER. 139. " " - - - - , J p;B-rrgBF-TgrrzzzBBBBBBti endeii. jp ngmni J',mui tmm.s . j 4 , A corr -eight secured aocosdixq to LAW. EVANGELINE; THE DOUBLETRAITOR: Tho weito exmrslt ro "rn ikdipeiibbiit," I1V Till: AUTHOR OF Massacre at IVjoming," "ilwiea, H,e Martyr," "George Vcldon," "The Rival Huatcrs," 1 PART SECOND. etc -; . 5 Chapter XXVII. Conclusion'. K"E shall not attempt to narrate all that occurred durinir the ments wore thrown into confusion, and so broken up and divided that they never succeeded in getting consolidated during the day. Added to this, in some portions of the field (he smoke fBV',3 fliiva or fnnr mnntlic cnhi.i. &mNm- :i..- ,:...:. Eii&tW3 Mucut .u iiupicivu a cuilMIueill i . ..it, in the "Union army...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 25 April 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1863r v H r t :i! ( i I M W ,1 ' WP I'ht Jmwil?uf. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. VS. ROBERTS. Editor. Saturday, April J5, I8(i.?. An Evil. Tiicie is. sore evil existing in tins part of the world, and we learn in other sections of the country also, which needs looking into. It is line: While the common soldier often has hnrd woik to get his pay, and for months his family at home nrc in need, the officers can not only have "plenty and to spare," but they arc sending costly presents home to their families.or stock ing their farms with horses and mules. This is nil wron. The Colonels of Kansas regiments are said to be doing this, while we know that some of the men have had no pay for fire months or more. It is siid, too, that the stock appro priated by officers (as well as other valuables) rightly belongs to the gov ernment, and should be turned over accoidingly. If so, the act cannot be regarded in an other light than as dis honest. It is...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 25 April 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS: TljATBDLlOGa 8te gaihMwO IS fUBLUHLD EVERT SATUBDAI ItOESI.NQ AT Oskuloosa, Jefferson County, Kausas. cqi 3)eHh)ci)f. J. W. ROBERTS. I ..... JOHN W . DAY, ' fcmra- District Court. The spring session of the District court for this county will commence on next Monday, the itili inst., Judge McDowell presiding. We believe there are not a very large number of cases on the docket, and the term will proba bly not last longer than three days. Fast Bay. Next Thursday is the time designated by the President as a day of Fasting :and Prayer throughout the nation. We hope every loyal citizen will regard the day, and, as far as possible, abstain 'from ordinary labor. Divine service will be held in the M. E. Church in this place at ten o'clock in the morning, we think. Let all the people be there. If there are any copperheads or dis loyal persons in our community, let them repent of their treason and sin no more. Theirs is a great crime and 'should be lamented ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 25 April 1863

- Vt "gfs- MnnITXi 3. THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1S63. , 4 T " - I X . .1 a I u f II i, oi the ftti jolfes. ASCRAPOFUISTORY- Aunt Fanny, in Field Notes, as sembles the children around her and relates the following: A long time ago, as far back as 17SS, on the 7th of April, there was a big boat came floating down the Ohio river, filled with about sixty men, who had traveled all the way from New England, to find a good place to make a settlement in the western country. 'What is a settlement?' asked May. 1 know!' cried Peter; it's where folks gn into the woods and build log cabins.' Pretty near right, Peter; a set tlement such as I am going to tell you about, is where that was done. The territory of Ohio had then no settlement of white people in it, and these men called themselves the 'O hio Company,' and were command ed by Gen. Kufus Putnam. It was a very early sprinr, aiid a- long the banks of the Ohio the buck eye trees were already in bloom, and looked ...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 2 May 1863

" '-'"" "sir " 'v-r""r" "- "e " " J. W. ROBERTS, Sebofeu to 9gfet(iie, f ecics, fitts, ftetos, 3 Seii lftehtftte Editor aid Proprietor. f VOLUME III, NUMBER 30. OSKALO0SAKANSAS, MAY 2. 1868. WHOLE HUMBER U0. .i aoa3Sf "iC ;i,j. SftUA 01 THE TITO ASGELS. BT MlKOlXBT SLIIOTT. I heard tweet toIcm Id the nljcht. And lo 2 my room wu tiled with light. Two anceU ttood l.eildc tnr bed One at tho foot- one at the bead. The one was calm and stern or face, Yet clothed with a celestial (race. The other, fair, and sad. and sweet, LlVe her who sat at Jens' feet. The ansel spake "Come tliou with me And list thou what thy doom shall be. Thon hast done evil all thy days. And cursss took the place of praiso. Of such the M:tcr;pato the doom, "Whither 1 go ye cannot come !" 'Say," n!d the other, "he shall live, For much the Master doth forgive, And mneh forgiveness works much love, And love to 1 tbor quick doth more. Labor and lore shall thus atone For all the evil he hath done." The roice ceasd, and i...

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

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1863. ! I ' .IP '1 f t he gmtyrofleni OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. jwoBEara.1xdiiorcr r. Saturday, May 2, 1863. -- A Cfcuge -Policy. -.We suggest for the consideration of our military author! ties HiaTtlie ''ana conda" principle of cirry on the war has been tried quite long enough to demonstrate that the snake can't be made tough enough and strong enough to choke the rebellion, and common sense ought by this time to dictate a different policy. On the "anaconda" system of tactics the rebels hare the inside track all the time. They can re-enforce across, while we have to go around. Of course they can beat us concentrating forces, for the simple and plain reason that one mile is a shorter distance than two miles. What then ? Why, concentrate our forces raise an army large enough for the work and then more down through the heart of the Confederacy. Either re-enforce Rosecrans for this purpose, or giro a grand army to Fremont, and it will be don...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 2 May 1863

r - --"-'--"-55! OT v- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. SATURDAY,.MAY 2, 1863. mm " wsj5 Wm fuflcptutoii It I'L'BUSHEDEVUtT-SATCftDAxiilOaXINO AT Ostalocsa, JeffrrsoB County, Kansas. jSLoqi 2kf$ri.T)c.)f. J. V. ROBERTS, I ..... JOHN V.. UAY, tdl-o- The Maili Again. That our mail arrangements are the next thing to a mockery in this country needs no argument to prove the thin" demonstrates itself. Recently wo re ceived & copy of the Leavenworth Times dated January 27,1863; and that is a specimen of the way the matter is conducted. In this county this place and Sau- trelte Falls get seven-eights of all the miil matter that comes into the county; and if "the object in carrying the mail is to accommodate the people, those two places should receive the first atten tion. But such is not the f:ict. Routes are not run to accommodate the people but to please the contractors and car riers, and make for them a big pile of -money for a small amount of work. The routes for daily mails shou...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 2 May 1863

r.r r THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1863. I TrVM i ' r i i t u j HOW BAD MEN ARE MADE- "What is that.my son,that I hear?' inquired Tommy's father. "Is it true that you torture those young birds to hear them cry, and see the old ones fly about in distress I" Tommy did not say a word in re ply, for he knew it was all true. A beautiful nest of young robins was on a cherry tree in the garden, and just before they were old enough to ily, he took them out and made them cry, to eaue their parents to come fluttering about him in great fear. "Come, my son," continued 3Ir. James, "let us settle this matter. It is a bad omen for a boy like you to delight in such cruelties. What kind of a man do you expect to make?" Tommy had not thought much a bout being a man. Perhaps he in tended to be Tommy always. So all he could reply to his father was, "1 don't know ;" and he looked verv much ashamed as he said it. "Well, 1 can ten you what kind of a man vou will be, unless vou re ...

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