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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 13 June 1863

m 7 aH W aH H "--'I " J hfv IndiRnpiTinpm, j&bZitiki .tAgatir 'joojo ? -: -a tTHSK-S J. W. ROBERTS, Debofcu fo 8igietiiie, ee.W)ic3, fltfs, etos, styd fiepefe.1 Jitetyftifre. Editor amUProprictor. 'k t v . .I - , . l-,'1M$t VOLUME III, NUMBER 42. .i ii - j u etn m.m' OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, JUNE 18. 1868. s WHOLE NUMBEffilg .ft. j tjt . THJITJ t 45 H .latfCc.jj.X - SftiMtoi Storing LIXT. Tiber bj fiber, shred bj shred. It fall through her delicate hand Is feathery fllmi at aofl and alow As fall the flakes of a Tanishlng- snow In the lap of a Summer land. There are jewels of price In her rosette ears, And gold around her white wrist ceils; There are costly trifles on every hand, And gems of art from many a land In the chamber where she toils. A rare bird sings in a gilded cage At the open casement near; A sunray glints through a swaying bough, And lights with a diamond radiance now The dew of a falling tear! A sob floats oat to the summer air With the song-bird's latest trill ; The go...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 13 June 1863

: 4 V '. ..'. i'-' THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1863... H Ift ' ' 4:. . i' I' , J I; .! i I r i !'. M ! i! i ' i! fi ' fi. Jr Site liidcpfutlcnt 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS. 3. 77. BOBEHTS. Editor. Saturday, June 13, 18G3. Bornside and the President. The President haa ordered Burnside to revoke his order suppressing the Chicago Times, he has revoked the en tire order, and permits all disloyal pa pers (o circulate in his Department. Good for Burnside. We rish every officer who is stopping the mouths and pens of traitors, whose noble work is thus interfered with by the too tender footed who influence the President, would do the same thing, and by their self-respect and manly dignity show that if they cannot regulate the matters of the departments according to com mon sense and justice, they will throw the whole responsibility upon the Pi evi dent. We bcliere that Mr. Lincoln wishes to do right, labors and strives to do right, but if any' man can tell why he sends Valla...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 13 June 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1863. Mu $mtymlmL IS X'UBLISHKD EVJUIY SATCBDAT KOEMNO AT Oskaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. Loeii Se(Hh)eif. J. V. ROBliRTS, JOHN . DAY, Editor. Board of Agriculture. There will be a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Jdierson County Agricultural Society ,m the office of the County Treasurer, in Oskaloosa, on the first Monday in July next,t 10 o'clock, A. M. It is very desirable that every member of the Jioird should be pre sent. By the President, R. A. Hayes Secretary. letter from a Rebel. INTRODUCTION. At die request of a number of citi zens of this village, I herewith publish some extracts from a letter which 1 have recently very unexpectedly receiv ed from J. Gill Spivet, foimerly of "this place, but now an officer in the reb el army, with my reply thereto. I pre sume its publication is within the bounds of propriety, for he has volun-s-latily giveu me the- liberty to "ahow "this letter to any persons who may wish t...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 13 June 1863

rr 7T THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA,. KANSAS, SATUKDAY, JUNE 18, 1863. zr-mt i c f t; J' B! w I Ik I i' u , 1 1- e, I. h u i fP n H fitlS? dk THE CHILDREN'S CITIES There was a certain king who had three sons.and who,loving them all alike, desired to leave them to reign over his kingdom as brothers, usjmd not one above another. His kingdom consisted of three beautiful cities divided by vallevs covered with flowers and full of grass; but the cities lay so near each other that from tha walls ot each you could see the walls of the'o'her two. The first city was called the city of Lessonland, the second the city of Confection, and the third the city of Pastime. The king feeling himself very old and feeble, sent for the lawyers to write his will for him, that his child ren might know how he wished them to behave after he was dead. So the lawyers came to the palace and went into the king's bed room where he lay in his golden bed, and the will was drawn up as he desir ed. One day, not long afte...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 20 June 1863

"- - V " f aiwsmMW " H-"V'-5-r 2" - Sfcl -A'i" ..b ; Z.'inX3T'-ia SUIT ,"v "'fr & 3 . . Jigft& -r !rs. . - i f 't " .--. c f ,. .i.hi k!3 3-tf .2TS . 20GJ JU2 j ''tiy.3J. h""i'i.!; n- .Tf .--. ,iio, l- 9kA &W J. Wi ROBERTS, .U i ' . - ScboicS fo-Sgleijiitji-e, eclftiij.cs, fltfs, Kctos, 6eii,ety.' liteite. ;' Vv. r- i j (,, J .. i i Ml '.IS Editor ari;PrtKielft .a." ' a-jt1' tjjij ., ll .) ijrf !ifc ' C w ...fl . , The " " ' " - - "-' v .i jO Zi SUIT - J inaep f-inj imi i; k. y I ""-B L .am "'. y I n ' H S v i IXJz Ttt " ,-J .' ' -' : S 4 VOLUME III, NUMBER 43. ------ ttairil fwlm ' - - r ' ' tSDE THE CUOSS. I eanant, nionnt hi, Oat of my bmUd i.d breaking heart, Ftormtlririrn !otnt thom et way, Wbtld blnoJ ilropi ilatt From tJtry pore, I drae .in "Thy wlU, O C.xl, ba doo ! I tbouflit.bat yesterday, Ny will u one with GoJ' .lear will ; ' And that It woulJ be awjet ta ay Wtutirerlll JJy bnT -tjteViouU amll upon "Tliy will, O Co J, bj Jobs." Bat I waa weak ana wrnn-. Bat w...

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 June 1863

4 -v - ---WtV, feAnta. A. -iarc-wtx-(. .A4M- CrfCT? 'A'.iiam'i JfrJUP r'-r" W' THE INDEPENDENT: OSKaLOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1863. u tr v ?'j 2' Il c if 2? Hi f( If i" ,j N li ? iV Lk Ht i i Lr ' Efi I fc ti J ft a e If to aufcymW. , OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. I. W. H0B2HTS. Editor. Saturday, June 20, 1863. AJteriew. .' nltunes like these, it often become utter almost of necessity to pause owionally and "gather up f lie ends' erents, that we may see where wo stead and what progress we ar making. at this juncture it is particularly necd fM to "stir up the cure minds" of ihe faithful "by way of remembrance," that all loyal men maybe constantly famished with goad "reasons for the hope that is within them." Just now the Copperheads are rais ing a long and loud wail a r-i and boisterous "whang-doodle lament" on the. ''mountains of Hepsidam" over the outrages'' on free, speech and a free press perrwtrateil," "as they say by ifae "tyrant Lincoln nd his minions." ow these same hypocritical...

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 June 1863

J Who She n&tym&tnt. ,j rtH.UBKIxrcCI'6AYuDT VOIl.VIJKJ AT Oslaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. jfc-'U i tvi i Curi Ai'j ho Is It? " " " j ..- I ' ' -.; - . ,ct0 -J T.1.MU0X. I SHERIFF'SSAXE. 1-- - '" - - 4- J. W. KOBERTS, .. , , R A.' Hates jSeeretarr. - a i m . Quarterly Meeting Kotiee. The win ices at the M E. Churcli ,ill commence this ( Saturday ) after noon at 2 o'clock. PleVR take notice. 'Board' of Agriculture. ' ' it There will bf a meeting of the, Board of Direet. of the Jrtietann County Avncnhural Society .at ih office, of the Cuunty Treasurer. in"0lu!onsa, on the fir' Monday in July ncx'.at 10 o'clock. A M. It i" very dtjth-aul Hi it eierv member of the 'Board should be pre- ai"l "ligliienel Ninth uould.Hcias lias " . h BJ the Frs-s'lJt'nl- ' ' lhe "!"! and barbanins Soutlfumter- The letter from J.' Gill StnVv nnK I'sltedJIltstCweak-jfixjaks of Tcpojl8-5e had heard, from,th8,PhW Wlio sent those reports? iThcy wweibase fabri cations, and must have been sent for n ...

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 June 1863

S - "St- H 1 i. I.i 1 W- "" K THE INDEPENDENT: OSKaLOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 186&V i: "'r' A iJ 1' K h ' gsst iU gMt-gtik,, THE CHIIDREN'S CITIES- Now let us see how Joujnu is get ting on; . He was a good pilnce,Jiu jou, nil, so fund oi tun! as you may believe, from his choosing the city of Pastime. Oh, that city of Pas time! how unlike the city of dear, -dull Lessoriland! The walls of the ci ty of Pastime were beautiful toy brick, painted all the colors of the raitibow; and the streets of the city were filled with carriages just big enough for child-people to drive in, and little gigs, and music-carts and post-chaises.lhat run along by clock work, and such rocking horse! And there was not a book "to be found in the whole city, hut the houserasir crammed with toys fuun the top to the b.Jttom, t p, hoop', balls, battle-doors, bows and arrows, guns, peep-shows, drums and trumpets, marbles, niuepiu--, tumblers, kite-, and hundreds upon huudied mine, for there you found ever...

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 June 1863

w-r lhe .: Independent 1 - B - - , -' J. W. ROBERTS, - 4 S?boie3 io Hgiciiiiiji'c, eei)fii)ie3, Sfe, ftctos, 19 6e.e.i litetyfiito. -? '"" v-- v-:w Editor aid Froirietfirv; VOLUME HI, NUMBER 44. , c r OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, JUNE 27. 1868. WHOLE MMBEIUI&J .ilLi' -' - . - . . -4w" i -.V-Jlr fe : '2k:. t - .. e iv 5- I JfrbM p.t GO.E TO THE AVAR. BY HOKS.TIS ALOIX, JR. My Charlie ha j-one to the war, My Charlie to braTo and tall; He left his plow In the farrow And flew at hii country' call. May God in safety keep him, My precioui boy my all. My heart is pining to see him, 1 tnlss him every day; My heart is weary with waiting, And tick of the long delay: Bat I knew hts country needs him, And 1 could not bid him stay. I remember how his face flashed And bow his color came, AVhcn the flash from the guns of Sumter Lit the wholo land with flame, And darkened our country! banner With the crimson hue of shame. '"Mother," he said, then faltered I felt his mate appeal; -1 paused if yoa are a mo...

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 June 1863

J ara" k- A Jn" THE INDEPENDENT: (X-,KaLOOSA, KANSAS, SATUEDAY, JUNE 27, 1863. 1 J H i i I.. i: ?i h u ltf fttilqmuM OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. EOBEHTS. 11(31107. Saturday, June 27, 18fiH. Eights in Property. 'flu ie arc a certain class of tr.cn vrlio willfully misrepresent or mistify tlie qaestion of the right of property in kAlABitxiA Ia InnH aaal.n. sa a t 1 rw n. nfilll 1 f ., . ' ' me xeueiuuii. outue wen nijuu.ir iu have a desire to handle other people's properly without retnniingany equiva lent for it, and yet they do not wis-h to be called thieves and robbers; and to they get up subterfuges and false issues, by which they endeavor to deceive themselves and others,and form a cloak 'under which to take pioperty which does not belong to theiu, and upon which , they bae no c'aim whatever. We have endeavored to speak of this subject before; but some men shut their eyes (o the lijht that thoymay not see. It is an old and tiuthful adage, thnt "none are so blind as those who will not ...

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 June 1863

& ? !? . . t v , ; &? "s" - -fc;; y Miawipi i 1 x1" $PgN& Win mqiMmt is ruBLisnnD tVtp.Y batcedat Mororrjra at Oskaloosn, Jefferson County, Kansas. JLoql SH-Mf, J. IV., KOliCTS, J ..... ' soilv .1 day, ' -dUor-f ."i. . 5 Board of cAgricalture ,v Theie will be a meeting of 'the Boaid of Directors of the Jefferson County Agricultural .Sociely.at the office of the jouiuy xiensuier. m uMjHioosa, on me R. A. FIayes Secretary - 4 . HAiiVESTixof Mostof. thciwlieat in' this region has been cut. and the yield has.baeno good that we .hear little or ,' f no complaint about the ciop. We thall nave uieuu anu 10 s-pare in ivansas mis 1 il. --...! 1 .- ?- I .1 it I year. Thus far we have had it senson able for all classes of crops and vegeta bles, with promise of great abundance. . ivvX- Masonic. ThetMasoniu Fraternitv of tliis place nnd-Vicinity eclebrrted the 24th with apprbpnale ceremonies, end ing witii a basket dinner. "Owing to the inretentng aspeui oi.me weamer, mc , , . , .. . ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 27 June 1863

V-rf' ." '!f i tf a td ; "t r- . -rr. m. s -; t- ""is. n1 THE INDEPENDENT: OSKaLOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1863. MW hi I , k; ! I iSsi h K Wi i i f! i $tt fht pil Jitt. THE. CHILDREN'S CITIES- Now; as for Joujou ami his peo ple, tiiev )iiizn to p!av, and went on playing, and did noilfmg else bu IF play. And, would vou believe it but 7 . they got tired too. The first day and the second day nobody thought he ever could be "tired among the rocking-horses, and whips,and mar bles, and kites, and dells, and carri ages. But the third everybody wanted to ride at otiee, and the car riages were"so full that they broke down, and the rocking-hore? rock ed over, and wounded some Mule men; and the little women snatched their doll? from one anolh2r,and the dolls were broken. And on the fourth day the Prince Joujou cut a hole in the very largest drum, and made the drummer angry; and the drummer threw a drumstick at Jou jou,and Prince Joujou told the drum mer he should go lo prison. Then the d...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 4 July 1863

i ii i - c . w& - - HBRH " - - - "V.- ?&0&Z- ii" r The i Independent: ; : - i & 'V" J. W. ROBERTS, :! . SebofcHo agicqKqty $jeelw)!cs, flMft -ffeto wD SI liicic, -i- .i Editor aid Proprietor. VOLUME III, NUMBER 45. - OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, JULY 4. 1863. wW - WHOLE NUMBER. 14 one -T- .. . .-,..,...,, ,,, , ,. m - j" aii a r ,. , ,. n , . . , . ,. ..., i ., .. - in , , ,1 ,. j - I Is" -IIS late lied jfrferieff pato. V THE LITmsECPER. IT r. h. rosD. till i, the Ijngdoa of iiarcti." Fold tho hand gently Orerlier breast, Softly he' sleeping Disturb not fcer rest. Smocthe back the golden curlj From he r fair brow Angelic beauty Rests on it now. Hers tho pale, closed lipj, Once and again , 'Forcing back bitter tears.' iloanicgsof jiain; For the an eet warbling music Silent foreTer; Tntsunn) fiuiles'vanUhed, To return again nerer. Pres dov,n the coffin lid Sadly and slow. In grief (or ttie mourners1 Anguish and wos. Crnh not a rosebud ; Let them all fade away With the form they ...

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 July 1863

-tf-r THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY," JULY 4, 1863. E5r '2 i '. i , f n. ,) M Ifi 81 m ii i L r,f J l I I 'si H T I $ :l ! A it: R.iT". I & -If r I Wit fmlqmutoi OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. EOESHTS. Editor. Saturday, July 4, 1863. For The Independent. From A Header. Your Just week's issue was a terrible broadside, judging from the howl, from a certain quarter. Every shot must hava hit tlie mark. Load up agnin,Mr. Editor, using chain shot and hot shot, grape shot and bomb shells bombard every den of infamj", lay regular seige to the entrenched hosts of thieves, and their allien. Give no quarter, let your motto be, Victory or death." Let it be speedily decided, whether a majority of Jeffer-j son county nre thieves and abettors of thieves.. If need be, there is a host ready to stand by vou and every other honest, independent, outspoken editor. Success to a free press, free pulpit and free schools. A Readeu. It would seem from the forgoing that our remarks last week caus...

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 July 1863

m fdtpmW. 1511'BLISHhD EVEUX SATCUPAT SI0RM5Q AT Oskaloosn, Jefffrsoii County, Kansas. t.u ; ' "Jlocfil 2kpte)ei) - t x u J. W. KOUEItTS, 1 ..,., JOHN . DAY, tailors. iZ t Board of Agriculture. There will be a meeliug of the Board of Directors of the Jefferson County Agricuhuial Society.at the office of the County Treasurer, in Os'kaloosa, on the 'tirst Monday in July next.at 10 o'clock, A:iM. It is very, tle&irable that ever' J member ot tlie ioari should be pre sent.' - By the, President. R..A. Hate, Sccretarv. - y ;. ; t ProliateCourt. ' The'July Term of the Prbbato Court forthls .County will commence ou next itvi'mlay, the 6th inst. AH persons in'- JPT !. teresteu will take' notice. npi j( . "Z The Fourth umber .of.ou v -- to Qujle a number of .our. citizens are " '--.- going to Osawtee to'rSend the Fourth. pic-nics in a quiet way ...--l.n .i.n ..:.. -..--:, r irr ' rn, .,, ... . ,, w$H be It-It, nnd-Uieold fires of the ltev- Njlulioti be re kindled. 1 : School Meeting. j Ot...

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 July 1863

1 1 ii mi wji THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUBDAY, JULY 4, 1863. i i it i b u i Jr ;,t -1 n f & Yi 1 M Pi ns' ii ! -V 1 11 r it ft! ft i . THE CHILDREN'S CITIES- And lhs fool tried to comfort Ger tie; and they walked together by the river where .the fool had made the boat of the will without knowing what it was. They walked a long way, Genti! crying and the fool try ing to comfort him, when suddenly the fool saw the boat he made lying among some green rushes. And the fool ran toTctch it, and brought it to show Gentil. And Gentil saw some writing on the boat, and knew it was his father's writing. Then Gentil was gladindeed; he unfolded the paper.and thereon he read these words, for a good king's words are not washed away by water: "My will and pleasure is, that my dearly beloved son, Prince Gentil, Prince Joujou, and Prince Bonbon, should all reign together over the three cities which" I have built. But there are only enough child-people to fill one city: for 1 know that...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 July 1863

AkS&m m faM" fl kmmmM ' .1A. -Ptft rft jaTu f moi w"- JJL 3 3K (i r I. .vt vnujam9 f m ? - r ! -' "'V '::. J.WMiERTS,;; "" rf- ...-.- . g.,- ! .M . IMl'f'- " MI jmy h " , ki i i B II H H B - i ci m M. ,- m a i t -4:..ut3dB.aBrMWfM " ' r isM x. rV . ' ksW fc ' k - S' stsv r 'IS ' """jsIbM - sIbM h H v , . ..'-. a-.,;. -,.t . - : U.'i- .: -.1 v -:.!. sLi.i,-.. ' . -. x " - ' '. is -il ', i.t.iw'jni! ,i -. ' ! " ,:" ' ' ' -' -'"' i J'b : ilfi1n i;LWv&weai9 fiPilivs, ecijicsi Ihs; te fo ' piiiik j. :;;: -!' :fr' Jjj9 trf f'ti? ,1 T-.l 0S i Hi iai S Edilor aid Prtpidr. y w-.-.J) i-i- YOLCAJE III;, NUMBER 4G. .2 !)!?! J . ; -.3. ' . -f ? - in ii j noi . '-2r vicr 4 .-. j?.at.l ha- tn ttat. .:.1 .! -i ;i j (KAL00SA, KANSAS, JDXYH11. 1863'. ' ..a t ix. .- !' :'-( a"- .it. J;iL . 1 , -, ...41 t As: 1Ui '. WHOLE-NUMBER, la Alt'i- . hf.L .fctf. ji . a.'. !'-":. .. . .J ' ' iMMMiBMI I.OST-SOJIESODVJS CHILD. The following; fine poem l3, from the, pen or a aeroberor tho Craft o'f'Uie firm...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 July 1863

1 ggBaBgaaiBe-!-S;tvH i .j j- r.- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKaLOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1863. ," v T B r V 't rt k ? i' w I P.! I 1 1 , 1 ! Sfc iltjraW. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. Saturday, July II, I8G3. Ho! for the Stars and Stripes! Victoryat last ! Hurrali ! The rebels routed and treason going to smash ! Thirty thousand prisoners in one week ! Lee's laurels withered by a northern sun ! Vicksburg ours ! Hurrah for the Stars and Stripes! Hurrah for the Union and Liberty ! Skies bright ! All goes well! Push on the column 1 Give the rebels no time to repose or recuperate ! For ward, columns 1 forward ! Crush and scatter 1 Let no place be found on which a traitor's foot can find rest ! Drive the hordes back upon their own desola tions there let them perish amid the ruins their own ungodly hands hare plucked down upon the land of their fathers ! At lastnre say: Give the "Army of the Potomac' credit. They have fought and won. No longer hampered by the deadly weight of J...

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 July 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1863. . - - , ''IV i 'jj ,4. H Wit n&v$tnkvA. IS l'UBLISHED EVEKT SATUEDAT MOEMJJQ AT ..JUkaloosi, JeffersoH Goutjr, Kami. 5 .j j Joei geirftye.i T i J. W. ROBERTS, I , ! JOHN V. DAY, Ko"- House Breaking. On lasfcSsturdar, while most citizens of the place were away celebrating the 4lb, a couple of young candidates for future dishoner debaached no doubt by bad influences around them entered the house of Mr. Wm. Tbapp on Delaware street, by a window, the family being from home, and commenced ransacking bureau drawers and other places in quest of valuables. We have not learned as yet whether they carried any thing off. "They were discovered by a neighbor ing family, and the youthful rogues finding they were likely lo be caught, 'skedaddled.' ' The little fellows of this place iad-a pic-nic'of their own getting up on the Fourth, which waa quite credit able to their enterprise. When they -returned in the evening, they marched in ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 July 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, EArNSASr6ATUEDATTOrrig. "" I : l- U' ! L' j . 'i I 1 J i .4; ! it Y U I' U ii. H B !!l 1 in ft i THE SQUIRREL'S FRIENDS. A few days ago,l saw a beautiful red squirrel come out of his Win ter's nest, and run up to the top of the tree to get a breath of fresh air and have a look at his neighbors'. His eves were bright and his coat shining, and he looked as if the nuts and apples he had laid up for the season were likelv to hold out. row all the children in the city love squir rels; there is not one whose eves would not brijrhteti at the sight of thisjiftle friend of theirs and mine. And yet the first boy who saw him began pelting him with snow-balls; you would have thought he was a rebel, and y?t 1 am sure he was true to the striped flag. Ghildren are very apt to tease and torment all these beautiful wild crea Wires, but they can not tcIT why they do it. I would like to offer a prize for the boy who never threw a stone at a chipmunk, but I am afraid it woul...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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