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

$r- JujiwiriN ST 1 S r jr hv x-;i J- Hi 1 : STK -??': -V a 5 ?:-" .imoM-n :- 4 f . f i'j o l:t v- ' -" "'- J' ' 'y . s ?? ri; :-u .i . jiah Tsrsc;r 'J ; t!lS S2! ' V Kni t ias'-' f-ji'w e M r-;;!r t -.iis- -.-ii?vf J. Wt ROBERTS, ;Lt: A4IGX Jf".i vi.; .' S--Kr& .-,. ,; irts&j Iw' '3, , Editor ni Prtfrirtwfc; .ii-.u J 74' :;'! yto tf9Btbi r f ' as VOLUME IIIr NUMBER 47, " ;).- ; - 4 t- t Xf i i OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, JULY 19; 1868. x v. ; i-;-' . . ja tr ! wnni .r. nit y rer.. isi. F . jp- - HH i aH H B I rl I nrlAnTi I IIJ !: 1 B. BH BB ,K BB .BK VH i ' BB H I V r"" - "" "- ' "' -V . '" ' IlJL -y-L. IjUs.. .iPv-F '.lLii ''fc-l'- . art. 'j' , -"" M " '!' ' - x -: .-. J..ai". .. '.::, ,-3,.-.- " -.'.; .1 ' 'JL,vv'-Lili mJ ? " 4"V t-v 1 -.rfpi-A-i " - -' " v'?U-i ' ' :": -JJ--fc--. - "'-;:' HKT. . -i ! T1!." - r .n - J 1 ' .--. . i. -r sr . & si. ' -.-- 1 - - - . -v ?r-i';.' iJ ) ,,' SWUM WMm. " w. ex PICKET. ' 'Only southern atarsaboY me, , , t In the wide, blue toutherntky,, ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 July 1863

- '-e AiMtfBriaaiiiiiNpiiag8ari''' -' THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1863. 4 ! & H M M ftt y i.i ST ft n itatfeni OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. Saturday, July 18, 1863. TRIUMPH! Ticksbarg & Port Hudson Ours ! Tic Missis Jpei ! Lee and Bragg Ousted ! f Rebel loss in 10 Days over 80,- 000 Men, 509 Guns and $10,- 000,000 of Property! "Roll Out The BIG GUN! HDKRAH FOR THE STAKS & STRIPES -5JBJE1.EMU NCKJ The Radicals. There are a certain class of men in our country who delight in calling themselves radicals; and their radical ism consists, principally, in advocating such measures as will retard rather than advance the interests of society and the government. '' In oar Stale this radical tendency takes the shape of semi-lawlessness.'Und manifests itself in a reddest disiegard for the forms'of law in conducting oper ations' against the enemy. They be- licein "(Suiting and slashing" with every thing hanging or laying about at lose ends a kind...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 July 1863

TINDEPENDENTr OSKjUoOSA, AH& Mlmirki -- - tU a is vrBtisnro eyxkt satckdat hoem.no at Oskaloosi, Jefferson Cointy, Kansas. 2SIH- . J. W. EQUKBTS, i ,., , itf , Thanki.. ?" O We return our grateful thanks to the unknown friend who deposited the ac xeptabie piesent at'onr door bn Wed nesday evening. The wreath of flowers 'and boquet wore such as good taste and a ladjs, ready hand could. only fashion; 'but beautiful as. they are, we cherish them far more for the language they speak the good will of, someunknown ut genuine friend. God bless the don or. Tbe;oiuer accompaniments were west delicately bestowed." 7q ? J-- ' v" The" IDU. .a-n;j x Mr. South, has been receiving the achinerybr his new mill during the pMt-week.ar.'intendstopush the work forward "to completion as rapidly as P.s-?lP'?iv?HWe "P soon,to announce 4hat steam is vp and the mill at work. x. 'Skin-Deep fcatriotiirm. Some persons are yery loud in their professions of patriotism', until treason touches them with its dea...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 July 1863

,er.,-y.- - V-l THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALQOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 48,; 1803. r h i ' , iJ n ft. j J' lii! Pi: P, X .THEEE LITTLE GRAVES. As we were once walking in a burying-ground,we came upon three small graves side by side, and of a regular gradation in length, indica ting that the silent sleepers had been of different ages when the remorse less reaper thrust in his fatal sciclle and cut them down. This circum stance, taken in connexion with the proximity of the graves, led us to suppose they were children of one family; and this we afeterwards learned was the fact. The parents were well to do in the world.but un fortunately ,had set their hearts too much on the perishing things of time, and neglected those matters which relate to eternity. God having no place in their hearts, they had centered their affections in their off-spring, three very promis ing children.the oldest aud youngest being boys and the second one a girl, all very amiable in disposition and prepossessing in app...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 25 July 1863

I ' "J ' " " '"'""' - - -- " " " '- " ''' mwi .mw jam!, i. mi. i. "" " i" "Hi .' ""'")? ',, Wi(WM"'t'."!!.ii"'''r"" i J'"'TIL'"J' "xgcwwa"'aTr "Jji 423 - t-l . g m A ,'l;V:u , ., ,m "S7 yS . "X v "i rfi' Vsvti,. v-4 sp? -- - b iS- "--' ' '"""' ' '"'' ,""'",''"""''"' V ;;"'," .' .'.'",!' - Hr---'"' ' -Tv'",:'-'-,.'-:v-.--,'--l--':-n' jsI- ' jQ Seboicd-ft tgicijifiji-v eicg, fer ebr " 6c(: Ifee. 1 ip.Si.r-iH tI t.i .,.; 3t t?fj ?"-'. '" T ' I " TT 1 -- . ' - A A f VOLOAIE III, NUMBER 48.,. i Of WHO ABE THE K'SAVE 1 T KABK, IS BCB&L 3KW-T0K1K. "'ho are the brave.? Sure not alono , . ;Toe who, -wiUi iiervo unOauutcd; stand ' '- AnJ beat the rebel foemen bact Wlthjnaoly ttrtngth aaJ'stcaJy hand. ot those who, by ambition Jed, - Toilupthorus-cdstequof lame, Crushing beneath their iron will .. Joy, health, andace, to gain a name. Sot he xiho, on the rolling main, , Trots to the treach'roni plank hU life, -Bare to the storm hit naked breast, ' J And dares the elemental strife. . ''Jlid ...

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 July 1863

..---. jfi 0gfT) ?gr ?" THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 186 . ; i Si -T I c KT li u :if in ! id R St-sfc t IB Sto fMfmiM OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. EOSEHTS. Editor. Saturday, July 25, 18G3. A Question. Answered. We lave been asked what our opin ion is in reference to the properly of persons suspected of entertaining sym pathy for the rebels whether we wo'd favor its being taken from them by un authorized persons or not. This is a fair question and we answer it unhesitatingly. We do not favor the taking of properly under any circum stances by unauthorized and irresponsi ble parties. If a man is a rebel at heart, and the fact can be ascertained, let him be sent down South -and his property confiscat ed 'to the government. We will go as far as any one to aid the government in this kind of work. A man who wishes to destroy or see destroyed the benefi , cent- government of the fathers, under ' 'which we have become great, prosper 6us and happy, has no just light to 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. — 25 July 1863

?C3" Y ' g?I3 PUBLISHES JCY.ERT. SATCXDAX MOKIXQ AT OskaUosa, Jefferson Connty, lamas. i . ' J. W. ROBERTS, ..,,, . ,.'JOBSIrW.-DAY, i j tAit0"- ji- am a Farmers' Clubs. t.' -We suggest to onr agricultural and horticultural readers the propriety of forming Farmers Clube in every neigh borhoods for the purpose of mutual aid in agricultural, horticultural and porno logical pursuits. Associate together, elect your officers, and meet every Sat urday afternoon or if preferable du ring the winter season in the evening ,, for an interchange' of opinion, compar ' ' 'ison of notes, relation of experiences, .(Rwodes-of practice etc., or for the dis cussion of such questions as will tend i to develop the farming aud. fruit inter ' sts of our young Slate, Such meetings' would not only prove --pleasanUbut be profitable in cyerj Way. ' They would tend to unite in good feel ing and' sociability the farmers of each neighborhood, thus doing away asperi ties and prbm'otrng harmony and good feeling'; ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 25 July 1863

OT m.mm ; H THE INDEPENDENT:' OSKAIODSA; KANSAS, SATUBDA JTYl. j , -. i , l h, H ffl I h I.- a a ;! S m' flw m gm. THREE LITTLE GBAVE&' "1 shall never forger thai day. The minister did his duty faithfully, and every word went to my heart. As he dwelt upon the glories of tiie resurrection,! saw the divine beams .. shining down into the three graves by which I had lately stood in de spair, because of the seemingly eter nal night that' rested upon them. Through the cross I beheld mychil- ' dren in the bosom of the Saviour who hadTedeemed them,and for the first time felt how much they had gained by the exchange of an earth ly home and father for a heavenly. God's wisdom and mercy in taking them to himself were both plainly impressed upon my mind, 'and the conviction of my unfitness to train ; them up aright was overwhelming. , 7 I Avent away from the house sad in spirit, but it was the sadness of re pentance. -Jn a little time Heaven's mercy was extended to me, the "di vine radiance...

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

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Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 1 August 1863

5- I ;r THElNDEPiENDENT: OSKALOOSA, fANSAS, SAfEJKDAY, AUGUST 1, If Sgrjp KU t t i V K i l4 ; it 1 I II It a ' '! I i ES & ?t I til m he nflqmiftmC OSKAL00SA, KANSAS. J. W..KOBESTS. Editor anirda: Aimust 1. 18f3. I ii ! i n-f i i. r.i . ? One Fault. We. are.afraid Abe. Lincoln has one fault that of too great kindness. This any appear a strange accusation, but, neieithele-s, we are inclined to believe it will rest villi considerable -force - Against (lie President. Heis 'so Mad hearted lie can hardly get the consent of his mind to punish treason when the .as good of thc'country actually: demands i -,t!iat examples-of noiuiious chntacters t- iiiould bo made- t. Theie areni least one hundred promi nent traitors of the North, who should have been arrested and hung long ago or at least put in Foi t Lafayette or Fort Warren; and et of the whole crew shut a solitary one, Vallandigham, has ,,j liteh brought to justice; and in lii3 case . .Bui nsiJe i? to be thanked for the couue Lt iak-...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 1 August 1863

' n? ! -ss V K i r wwoigteiiiejifeit ! 4 S" t' t rrr - L J? ' P no'3 .... - '. J.7 !S'-.BU'I 8TCanTiDltXIXQ AT OskalooM), Jtffersei CoiHty, Kiius. 1 23HKi ljii- TcaanT TiUiVi .28M3UfUu -iMV$n J. w. HUBERTS, I ..... n riw . - n 'l-Mofr&lfcw apart Thursday of next week, the 6th -o I reoaMBed,&ae daybeut.bsarvad .-T tyaKwbaare.lovafc ' : -o i - w frltefe will bcVrvtces at' tbe M E. Church in this place on ibat day at'nair ?A?&&ftoSWk loyal man and woman, bo tbere. .Show Jtt' fflo'l Ci tJ? .n .Ir.cJ v.? 9 , : 'apett to the. Fresdieat; manifest vonr1 basil?! .,' " osn '.'-"ffrr J"W -a li!T. L 0UnlrJrtftPa jonr ackaeiwledge :asno,nea,of di oPitf aside, fcr the time) . iiM darenc5,aB4!et there be general rtlljof "tee loyaTlttf ifcow their rccog- '".1&- .?ll,ft.d their 7,oPJWajHiftiWMBing Wo trust -v,d .We-JJoae will ha filled with Ihe pet riots, ,KbithMi Tjeartaiheatic Vihtrrie de ai;. .j&.-.-'tfr r "-. . - ; $?re&-mJFL MV.ictories.to .ra(. , . joiee oversjprret...

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

'' . ". VVv-t STV.- ,- ' aLT .1; i EM 9 t ? $ ill J r h4 n i. r i Im' i -? L?." I: !! rt l?i ,L r 11 1 ft s- I HE f7 w ill f iffl-ll. im, llSUEl'EJNUEfJ'l': OSKSTtSm KANSAS. SWlTO&igfigggf &$ '. Xf-K.hl ..rAaav-' te:FCHBEIMER&m AN ANCIENT' GENERAL- f( '&& ... , -vo-jt,. Yf(fq-m About the vear 1571 B. C, an in? teresting little chiW Jgedbout three months, was picked up' from a little boat which was found by Pharaoh's daughter, floating around the -flags which grew by. the brink of'the riv er. The cause of the child thus ha v. ing a little boat forTlirs 'cradle, and hciving no one to rock it butMhe waves of the river, was this. Pha raoh, King of Egypt, in order to build up his own nation and destroy another, had given orders to his peo pie to drown all the little Hebrew boys in the river. So this child's mother, finding it impossible to hide him longer than three months from lus enemies, concluded to construct . a little life boatfdr it proved to be such, as the da...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 8 August 1863

mi gaM ' r ' J - f I 11 ' V ":' ""ifi ' .-.j.- -: .'; Mi. o-tzauxa'fsaxi aiii - ' ' ' .6j & Mvm ', ': -r JLJLv -f,: - I B '1 yl'm J I 11 . 1 B1i'--'1-;I-Im ' -V-- -;-" Ifl . if!'J.t- :tn. bbw -Ba sbbl 'L. .sua. L. susY F sV J sua sal .m sua m . - . I . - , - jS3H ,,' .t -iv,..ftj?w4- t ', "' -.. ; vr)0(9,i-,-' ,o' .'',. ""'. . fl " -' -'l '- "5 "' w-KfiBi" 'ae t.xviS SASHAY ,tGQJA!20 3fj v, i ! " 1 , 3tm r J, W.410BERTS, VOLUME IU, NUMBER 50. - THE SESTKT. " ' riok TBI CEKMAX OT LOTZS. . Tbty're'gone the watch-fire they i'are ct Glow round the mountain passe yet ; ' Oat through the darkness of the night They Bui a. silent, .flickering light. They thine on victory "i .distant track, Whenco none, alas! for me comcJ back; They let mo bleed lo death, to-nlsht, True fentry, on the field of tight ! , flushed is the tumult of, the fray, The powder smoke is blown away ; Faint, brokMikouisfali omuy ear; My comrades ah are far 'from here. Vet, though my comrades all are far, .There gleams...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 8 August 1863

KSJ 4 H'V- ..-M.MMM-MaaMamaBg"ggggggggggaBggg INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 186fe- y 1 k j b - - j j 5 JZ TT pf f . . - h l& (ht'tontf'lUih. W caoiuih, 0 " indent was found against her.- - Ootot Wednesday, in 1 & $5 Vj uot.vbibw aaw-uv. muM ., 4 yyTirrV-!x. Imu. a;a i,n.Ar nwrmar when the- contract for. bulldiaw seven THE - TBKi irl- 'V ' K - : ?' .-! ii s t ri m M 4r J ffito uimfotii OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. BOBEBTS. Editor. Saturday, August 8, 1863. Large Swiaalen. One of the most disheartening and sickening features of tbe war, is the heartless manner in which large num bers of individuals are stretching every nerve to Bale aoney oat of the dis astrous condition of public affairs. We have repeatedly expressed otr ablior ance of that claaa of men mho purposely grow rich off of their country's mis fortuneswho regard the war only as a means to fill their coffers and pamper their desires. If there is one man mora detestable than anoliter, it is he who de...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 8 August 1863

Wte - t&t$tnitenk t ? -. ? .. rn IS rCBLISHJIDETERTSATUWUT MOBMXO AT flskaloosa, Jefferson County, Eansas. J. V. ROBERTS, ) ,., JOHN. .. BAY, . J Ed"0"- f . Igriesltual Fair. The Board of Director of tle Jeffer son County Agftcultral Society entered into a contract with citizens of this place for lhe permanent location of the Fair Giounds near townt on condition that at least thirty acres of land be secured by deed to the Society, ten acres thereof to be enclosed with a good tight fence, a building twenty by sixty feel sail aheds erected in time for the exhibition' this fall, which is fixed for Wednesday and Thursday the 14th and 15th of October. We think this a good arrangement. It will require about two thousand dol lars in material and labor to secure the fulfillment of the contract; and we are assured that the citizens who have taken the matter in hand will see that the work is done in the limp specified. It will take ceaseless energy to accom plish this result, as the time ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 8 August 1863

Administrator. . i?-..s. "SS1 ii4 THE INDWESIENT: OSKALOOSA,- KANSAS,- SMFURIiAAlD'GSTi 81-101 u( fell ;$ if l 2 ft, ii ?! ' v St. ,? ! i. m ... -- t, ft Kl M J I) l li hf. :ft! II is i l&l 'I I H H .1 ittlc $& BEYOND JTHE GATE- 'Children," said Mrs. Jay, "you. may play any where in the yard, but don't go beyond the garden gate Do you hear, Peter V H' ? " Yes, mother," said Peter, 'Do not go beyond the garden gate 1" Mother then seeing her little boy and girl quietly at play in the yard, put on her bonnet and shawl and vent,down street. Peter and Jessie, his little sister, had nice plays together. He used to make believe horse, and draw her on trucks ; or she make believe a pumpkin,and be carried in his wheel barrow; or they would both make believe cows, and set up a terrible mooing; indeed, there Was no end to the different characters they took, a'l tli3 while keeping very kind to each other. Their plays this after noon led them down to the bottom of the garden, where there...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 15 August 1863

Jr-A. -tJv .wal . . IKWHjwwiin . ,, H iiii-n,.-,-., , , . . . .. w - k jLf Kawtfy " fcJWKUajC f H 1 1 - - - -- r -1 1 ..00 a 3,30 .A .7 ,HTflOWH3VA3J 4 -f i ,T r r T .itr. DAnnnmr. l J.:n:iiUJlJi,K4 f-it;i- . 'U f WLCME.JII, pilBER'al. .p wMeMMMtm XIIC SOI.DIEBS GOOB-BV. CoWy, to you, mother! TLo' hard ba the parting .Tlio' Md to the picture that gleams n Tour eye, tetyonrlote for your boy check the tear at bis starting; 'Here's iny hand with my heart to bo faithful GooU-by ! Good-by to you, father! SemeBbernnd cberisU My rtw that has cost perhaps manv a slcU- To be zealous, mad loyal an d then, should per;,,, Voa remember I died for my countrv. GooV-b'v! Cood-by to you, sister! The sun on the tjorrow i!ay laden -ilhladness In every ray Yet-ntJoyiU snffic in drSpeMlnp j0 Of ti parting w,toyou, my earslstcr t0.Jay. Good-y to yon, orothcr! ,, u , dejectioll Coifies ci.dln? upoime , i,e onr hand; But a solace I flud 1p the Mug,e nntcou That 1 leave to- for asn ,c in Ubert, .g ban)1 c G...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 15 August 1863

Wv" '. THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1863. Vst &zii lei t f ' t& 3fe f nttfetlt. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBEHTS. Editor. Saturday, August 15, 1863. The Future. Is it too early to speculate upon the future, as contingent upon the termina tion of the rebellion? $e hardly think it is. The taking of Vicktburg and Port Hudson; the driving of Lee back into Virginia, discouraged and badly beaten; the disastrous termination of Morgan's raid to himself and followers, and the failure of the New York riots to create a serious diversion in favor of . the rebel?, are all matters of discour agement from which rebeldom cau hard ly recover. We do not think that Je ff. Davis can raise and equip an army adequate to the defense of his claimed dominions. let alone one that can suc cessfully assume the offensive. This being the case, the continued converg ing of the Union forces must soon re sult in an occupancy of the whole South. What then? The rebellion will, of c...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 15 August 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1863.: - Jf -,.. 4? 8fcf u&t$mktfi. II rUBUSBED KVEV SATCSDAY X0BKIXO At Otkiloosii Jcffcrtoi Conily, Kansas. jtoci Seprtifi)Ci7f. J. W. ROBERTS, I ..... JOUK V. DAY.s- J ""O"- 'v Honey Stolen. During ihe past few weeks we have learned that quite a large amount of money, in the aggregate, sent to the families of soldiers, has been stolen on the way. We say stolen; for if it had been lost it would have reached the dead letter office and been reported, which has not been the vase. One soldier's wife residing in this place has had one hundred and twenty dollars sent to her, not a dollar of which has come into her possession. Another lady has had thirty dollars sent to her, all taken. Another has had seventy-Eve dollars go the same road. And how many others of whom We have not heard, we know not. Now this is a frightful record for a single post office delivery ttco hundred and ttccnly Jive-dollars I If the same proportion hold...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 15 August 1863

-$ 95r" -J 1rW, . THE INDEPENDENT:' OSIMLOOSA EKSA'S,''SA3:URi)A:Yiiqj'G;tfS?rfl5;ilBST '1. ft li r. 4i $joi? fittlf $aifC THE ttlTEEN OF THE EYE-FAIRIES. "Fraiizj'aid a mother to her boy, who was lazily walking into the gar den, to pick a handful of berries, "J have something for you to do. Jiisf see how high the peas are. You will find some rods in the summer house; take liiem.and stick them' for the vine? to grow upon. They will then become a great deal larger.and our, garden will look much more handsome.' "But, can't I get some one else to do that for me?" asked the idle boy. "Shame on you, Franz; you seem to shirk the very slightest labor.' "But, mother,' replied the boy,to "excuse himself, "weaio not m poor that we are compelled to work for our bread. What are all the poor people for? You could benefit them by giving them work. One moment you make me do one thing, and the next I must do another. The sun is hot to-day, too; and I would rather go and sit under our shady elm.' "I...

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