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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 22 August 1863

I ..'10.I; 7vo 33fra$p& wES ':3rm; : 'i .BJCOT ?!iAHC J .. ST.'- S ' i ; il n T'Tf J. W. ROBERTS, gebofeS fo ftgicqliic, ecfanics, arts, ftetos, v,9 Seii Iitehtfqhj. t i ' At ' 1 .u Editor and Proprietor. VOLUME III, NUMBER 51 OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, AUGUST 22, 1868, V tt 11 i ti WHOLE NUMBER. 156.- aw J I ' T 7 ' - j ?TT " .'!', i-ric, :-. 4 4n --1 -- JL "l I ' ri a : ? -w - I H ir - a M.. :$tltttt& Mftg. GIVE TBE.V LIGHT'. BT rKAXCCa . 840, III MCIA BOTta. Of cliiaterin; bnds, a sweet boqnct Stood in my shadrd room, And yet refuted from day to day. To bless me with their bloom. I sat my brilliant lamp a-near The drooping buds last night, Its rays fell on them bright and clear, They opened to the light! . Aye! opened wide each relvet cap, And seemed with joy to smile ; The withering ones waked brightly up, An J odors sbed the while. The blue-bells dreamed they saw the sky, The quince, the sunset's glow, "While lilies let the lamp-light He, In cups of golden glo. Twas beautiful !...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 22 August 1863

THE INDEPENDENirOSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUgDAY, AUGUST 22, 1863. n re - trer? -e Sr: kr fnfopniifart. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. . J. W. H0BE2TS. Editor. mnlay, August 22, 863. England! Diplicity. We coufeas that it is difficult to "keep cool" while conteaaphling the i.bomin able meanness of the English govern- taeni siace the war broke oat in this eoaatry. Tho rebels have found in that corrupt and prostiiuTed govern ment an a! I j of the very best sort; and the base lij-pocracy, duplicity and doable-dealing of the British Cabinet would shame the devil if he were oblig ed to show his face. Bight wilder the noses of the Minis try, the rebels have been permitted to fit ot war vessels which have destroy ed Billions of our commerce. Their atteatioa has been called to the fact Ctase and again, but never once has any effectual effort been put forth to stop the vile woik. bat. on the contrary, it lias been winked at and encourged. And all this time these miserable Janus faced repiobates have professe...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 22 August 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSEALOOSA, KANSAS! ATUEDAAliGUgti. ? ? Mt n&ypm&mt , :- a , -. tJt ' ' r ne IS rCBLIIBXD trtBrSTCDT atoaSIXQ AT Oskaloosa, Jcffersoa Cobbix, Kansas. (('i' pciji Jkfiftjciif. J. W. ROBKRTS, I jj,. JOUS . WAY, . EdIt0- ..Earing Kobber. On Friday, night of last, week wine of ilie Kansas bushwhackers thieves made a raid into Oexwkee between eleven and twelve o'clock, visi'ed the house of Mr. John Freeh, called him up out of bed, dragd him out of n window, compelled him (o go to his place of business and open his safe, from which ihey took between S300 and '8400: They then' went to the re sidence of Mr. Oliver and took from him 853; thence to Mr. Humphrey, expecting o get 3100, but only carried off a revolrer. At all' places they threatened the parties' visited with insUnt death if they made any alarm. They were all blacked like negroes; but were evident ly well arquaihled'-widi the place and 'every toJy living there. Some of ihe gang doubtless lived near Osawkee...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 22 August 1863

THE; IlSTDEEBNpENTr QSKALQOSA,' KANSAS' )SATRDiMY,iAIEaCSTlg, W Wf gov the piffle gtik. THE QUE E9 OF THE EYE-FAIRIES. But t!ae little form did not vanish; and she pulled away the grass, so that she could see all its motions. Then she touched her brother very softly, who took it very hard to be disturbed in such a refreshing slum vev. But when he saw the little la dy which his sister quietly pointed at, lie was just as much delight ed at her as she was. How quick ly she stretched out her diminutive hands! how light moved those lit tl e feet,that were clad in slippers of the smallest muscle-shells! Now she took her rake of a rose-twig, whose thorns served for teeth, and pulled all the weeds up into a pile. Then she laved her rake down and directed her wagon up through the high stalks of rye to where the weeds were. And such a wagon as it was! It was drawn by two stag-beetles, the reins and halters made of cob web, and the driver so small that his blouse was a bluebell. A host of such...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 29 August 1863

E3r .6S T8U0UA ,TA S0TA8 ?. AHtJtot A800 J A2f8( :THHU -It iHu Ll 41 i - J iMiimfU tf " -a. 1 a. . r j c c Bwmw V BaYM BwrnYal Bams. 1. S nunae - v - .-- . aa - ', -'" ', " -- -, .-Bnnm - . ,..,.,, . ' n1-1--- ' "JZT"' - tin-' w f -i 3 J r - t t 2A2HAi ,A200JA)I20 - J. W. ROBERTS, .' , ,.. ''"' f'tpV - ..' " '"' Je) ' " - J.I! ),'sk lulf.1 i , . . t " ,i ' -i.-n .. i ' . WaaVi. . . . .-: -Sir . ; nt n : - - ..... w a a , .f - " c-"- ' 11" IMi JMfcJ mm i-h. CI IiC st , u-s2 azscaca .x . 5 JT 1'i. iiw nP t ;iKw.iM fcwdljsliO'lJ ir.C'J VOLDilE IV, NUMBER 1. ;. ; . oskaloosa; Kansas; iugust 29. ite 1 1 K fljii EJittr aid Priprietf r. Jrlcrtrd f ort(. JCtT F0CBTH, IMS. it axxk . mti,n gtt. unrimn. Oar hearts wen Md, oar lips were dumb, Wc coald not wake the jojfal by With which weo'er before bad hailed Oar XaUua natal day. ' oDlmw Hw thick, btoek eWad, We eoljr beard the hiatlec; ball, - And Wat farewell, from aahf llpa, Bora oa the batUe'a maddeirad wall. 'O, God I oar father.God, aad o...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 29 August 1863

h -ssssSSSSSSSSSSSSl i!HEnmmFEmwrroKALOosA, kaSsas, satubpay, august 29, 18 Ji If ? r Sf 'f il ill r f- . h ! ' ' I 8 :? Jf I ?! i f l 3 'i 4 ? i i. Y. y 'l s M lie Hfoi OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. a J. W. HOBSHTS. Editor. Slturdiyf-Augnst-29rt8.- The Lawrence ILuwacre. The records of civilization produce no parallel to the inhuman tnilcnery nernetrated bv tli fiends under Otian- trell at Lawrence; and the annals ofj savage warfare show but few cascsof equal atrocity, Eriday, Agkstl3C 1863, will become 'enc of the memor able daysjBbegef-bisloTy-Rlay black with the record of blood, the hor rors of which will go down to the latest posterity, as -a damning blot upon,, the vilest set of men that ever disgraced the American continent or made fuel for the flames of perdition. We sicken at the thought of the fiendish deeds and wonder how it is that beings in the shape of men could become so much worse than devils. No pen can describe the scene? no lHguage can portray th'e horrible n luje of (he cii...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 29 August 1863

1 pfOTfgnfltjwteiit. I5Tiy.)SIC5fE BrTKfpr SOBXttO AT (Iskaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. V .THltT I -TTr- I S. -, J. V. ROBERTS, ) ,., JOHN W.UAY, l KiMon ft.:,: ; - ; al '1 l7. Quarterly Meeting.'. 7 In consideration of. the agitated, con-, dition of the county, it has been deem- .''"' Piobably not exceed five mills; so cd best-to have the; secoud Quarterly -,tnat ,,ie. tas this year will'he but thir mt'eting of the circuit in town instead ,u'en niilli to the dollar, except 'where a of af.Falher Leaverton'spnd it will ac- j local school' lax has befcn voted. This conlinglv beheld at Uie'al. E. Church !s ul JiIf what it. was lusf vear. -' in .'this place, commencing lltte dav two , ."Sdiurdav, Sept. 12ih. " ; ' I , . Eevi.iirly y i " I 1 .1 H.,s nromised to address tl. ..itironf , - i ' .i V- : r ci . this, phica .un ihe subject, -of Slavery- again on, next &-pt- 2d'. 'p Wednesday morning, ... . , Grapes and Plums. . .... i "We shouliTbn pleased to. have some of our readers. ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 29 August 1863

THE DTOfflEKD L hi t- K I' .t i Dinner was nil over, the dishes washed; and put away in the cup board. Then the fairies started off! to their work, and.on the way, sang the most beautiful song that I ever heard. It was not so loud as the birds sing.but then it was far sweet er music. Emma and Franz did not follow them to their labor.but were anxtous.bv this time.to return home. As thev arose, the fairies saw them, mid ther all ran awav. They did not know that there had been any spectators at their business, duties, and dinner, and play. Suddenly, a storm arose, and Franz declared it would catch them before they could get home. The lightning flashed so much that they were very much frightened, and from the bottom of their hearts did they regret that they had Jett the garden, lhe storm came on violently, and almost an hour passed by before they reached home. They were wet thiough,and stood at the door trembling with cold. Their mother all pale from anxiety ,met them. She did not re pr...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 5 September 1863

fTfTj Ji aaaM3:'3 .7A-RJTAe72A ajj .t.xoojtj&o :r-:acr:5rraxr jtht sj BBj.aKLBBi aV BW BB ciasjBn; r- :ngBi& w , iHL .,. M ' M' " '' mft yq :nta vnfwolW -..; j ,d.jn O I i '"" B'01" :c' J. ROBERTS. VOLUME IV, NUMBER 3. . ? Mtrti& f jadrg. STOKY OF tOEXTYIV .HATS V.I. Sear an old cathedral doorway Once I aaw a curtoua well ; And vhila Mated there I Ibtenod ToiW.tole.TrWeh'i wlHtcii: Once-in Antwerp lired a painter, Toor, but jet or honejt fame;' Happy If on glowing eanrau He mljht Ieara a kiting name. And the artist bad a daughter, Of a aweet bat lofty taein ; Than the daughter or the painter, , fairer aylph vu seldom eeiu All who aaw the maiden lored her, I n that tity, great and small ; But'a youth named Qoentyn Matty, lored ber better than them all. Mauyt waa a working Uaekimith', And the painter, in his pride, Told him that thw artbt'a daughter Must become an artist's bride. 'Jitter words, and mil rf anguish l Quenty n's bean waa vexed sore ; , , Ncrer lth his lowly c...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 5 September 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKaLOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 16 m S3 f Wk 'Is if ? W Is 1 it r ! .41 ftfce $uifyt4tui OSKALOOSA. KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. Saturday, September 5, 1863. iRcti t. Malice. The recklessaess of a certain class of fata in tLis eountry U alasest put be lief. It roally appears as though their aim was to bide theruth bj raising a dust, and put slaader and vilification in iu place. Tbe fearfnl tragedy at Law reace is eangLt ap bj them as a God end to aid in their work of political intrigue aad personal malice. LawrcBM is bnraed down aud her citixens bratally murdered bj the bell hounds of Jeff. Davis, and at once the General commanding the District is charged with the whole cata3trophe. What aro the facts ? Some week "ago a report was circulated that the rebels were coaaiag to barn Lawrence; aad the citizens became alarmed, form ed a military organization among them selves, and obtained arms for their de fease. The Geaeral in command rend eriag them all tbe ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 5 September 1863

THE PEPENDENT: OSKA?LOOSA,' KASASSAXURPA) SETCMlBlli5al8fl3. Oskaloosi, Jeffcrsoi Conaty, Kansas. icazpt iiUH-1 Idditti xiuh" J-Oei 3)etotfiT)C.)f. J. V. HOBKRTS, i .. ... , . . JOHS T DAY, , J tui,ors- i ' lelieion'Ko;ice. j; si TlirA will ll a mm. hni rT tli. Pf.ru. nan bielliren at I he school house near Mr. Chapman', two n:iies from Oska lvos'V cortiiwencliig to-morrow (Satur day) at 4 o'clock, P. M., and will con .tinne over Loid's daj'j Preaching by Elder l'attersou aud others. . , - Quarterly Meeting At the M. E. Church in this place on next' Saturday and Sibirtlli.,Kdv. t. D. Price, P. E. i. ' i Probate Court. A special term.of the Probate Court 'for this County will be held next Mon--day, the 7th inst. o.i Five Thousand Stand of Arm Are on the -way-to Kansas, thanks to Govr'Caraey, and' if our County regi menUl . organization is completed at once, we shall get a part of the arms. 'Let every citizen become a committee of one'to'see that organizations are per fected ai once. ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 5 September 1863

ra P3, rjgJESr THE' INDlPEmlNT:T0SKXLO0SA KANMSSATORBAY; iSEFlaMliKKJi I . " I' M I'l ?i & rt wi It 1 t w a I & 3 ! Irf It fl it rf f 4X fkt pfle JfolR. i- t "CAPITAL FUN." It was a little past twelve o'clock, and a merry group of boys were sea led on the young grass, tinder the trees that shaded the Academy play grounds. A little later, and they would be scattered in every direction at their play; but first they must at tend to the contents of the well-filled pails and baskets where their din ners were stored awav. "I should like to know,' said How ard Colby, "why Joe Green never, conies out here to eat his dinner with the rest of us, but always sneaks off' somewhere till we get through?" "Guess he brings so many goodies he is afraid we shall rob liim,' said another. "Pooh !" said Will Brown, throw ing himself back upon the grass, "more likely he dosen't bring any thing at all. I heard my father say the family must be badly pinched since Mr. Green was killed; and mo ther sa...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 12 September 1863

--"a..,,, ,.,. M 111 e-;' I 111 I - - II II .,!;, .tofci l5 : I .3428AJf TA200JAMcO -u? firros J. W. ROBERTS, j ' t - (ji : -- v : it Wm.b figleqtfqtA ecijics, fife- fletos, qi,3 &BttsT JLttM. (O Editor aid rropnulor. VOLUME IV, NUMBER- 2. "1 ! f w.fi n i ,, OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SEPTEMBEK 12, 1863. '-. C I VnOLE.NtJMBER.158. i- o .1 i,' .-. . i ,.t- . i . am C SBM BBS. m "SB' W BBS. saW W ';: O SB1- W SBB : wa BB1 ? am -BB1 I ' - - ..- - jh bV aBL . taB L Bv . m. V M B""' ' m" '" "'!B'? B saw i 1 1 I 1 ' - -' '- m- lfe t - , .. . - i Wl BByWB,aBMMMg MttM Miyg. TO-BAT ASI TO.JIORUOW. To-dajr. Hspln chilJ, with h.Ir tiin-g.lden, And blnoor iamniertnnniiiigiiihUevci, And cbeti alow Trith tlMet or new lOTing, Ser ld thingj cow, with ignorant tu rprUe ; To-morrow, and be know the ours thei siur In ParidUc. To-dy, a youth, in prido of early minhood, w lth lipht or fr-off hope npon hl brow, With eacer expeeUtion of tho cninlnc. Jnd wild impatience or the loitering now; To-morrow, he hath...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 12 September 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, ;1863. fct hi I! HI' r hi i - k udeptttdcut. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. WVB0BEB7S. Editor. Saturday, September 12, 1833. dot. Carney. The wicked machinations of a certain class or men to injure Gov. Carney de velops a depth of depravity which even political demagogues seldom roach. The man who has labored for eix months arduously to have our State protected, who hits paid $11,000 out of his own pocket to keep up a force on . the borders, is traduced and villified by a set of men, most of whom can put their finger on no act they have ever done for the State or Nationnl cause. Hut they are afraid their own popularity or the future prospects of their nets"" cu,u l ? "7, will sutler it liov. Carney Is not ci ied I troll's three nundred ? No, it dare not dowu; and so they set up" a howl. Be-jmake such a charge. The widows and ing destitute of any fact upon which orphans of the valorous dead wouldjre- to base their charges, they resor...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 12 September 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. SATUEDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 4863. 1 'i j-j- Iw ;ulrjmtiknt. Is!rUBI3aKIEr2KT8ATUBDAT MOKXIXO AT frikileou, JcffersoH Conaty, Kansas. J. W. ROBERTS, I ..,,,. JOHN M.DAY, WItora. Cruaty Committee. A meeting of tke Couuty Committee of the Republican parly is called for to day, (Saturday ) We hope there will be a full board. Kemember Jol. Jennison and dipt. Hoyl's meet ing to-day, and bo on hand. Eiac&tioud Xeetiag. On Tueiday evening Prof. 1. T. Gokdxoht.S ate Superintendent of Pub lic lusiiucii.-n, visited our town and gave us an address on the subject of education and the schuoHuteresis oi -KtBsas. He gave a brief iew of the futuie prosjCis of KanMis. so Ur a- her i-du--CHtiunal interests are concerned, MHiin: that the amount oi laud appmpiiaieil fore -muion bclioola is 2,8JbO,"OJQ. mid ttwy br increaed to 3,3u0.000. Tins i S2-per acte wnuld give $b',60,000. which at MX per ceut. iuterot would yieU the neat revenue per annum of 339(3,000, neirly S4...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 12 September 1863

- mT4- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, M3. $ I !1 'i : 1 it i i i $ - f ft ' If :' If r . If:l r m tbe f m gdh "CAPITAL FOX," Joe tlisnppeared in the school room.and tha curious eyes that peep ed through, the crack of the door were soon rewarded, by seeing him open the basket. "Hope his dinner won't lie hard on his stomach,' whispered Colby. But apparently Joe only -wished to get his paper to read, for he took it by the corner and pulled, but it was fast. lie looked in surprise.and then iu a sort of bewildered way, look out a couple of aunt Sally's great crispy doughnuts, then one) of the delicious round pies he had so of ten seen in Ned's hands bread and butter, and such honey as nobody's bees but hers ever made, and ihe plump, while breast of a chicken. It was a dinner for a king; ?o pour Joe thought.and so the boys thought, as they peeped wonilenngly from their hiding-place. But Joe did not offer to taste it ; he only sat there ?imLLliu-l o.tit- mtll i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 19 September 1863

'fv-'-"-- m - i -, ,- -i--. --.. -- - . -mm."- ! 'lw; - ' - .: , .. , ,. ,,,y ' "' ' ' --- 1MMI-, ' " r.'.ji' r- . f . . ,. " : ' I ii i ii - - - , r -t , . . -i r .v ;.,-, n --." .A. - .. - J.. W. ROBERTS, ' t A Scbofed io ftgbqRtft ecfwics, ftHri tfefos, 6elefe : t i nr. '. J Ji..l03 1, i l I tb 75 T .11-, ... ilOlUrt ! .on' .idioi;iiiiiiliPwii emit jbatn Ln .vthvtui tUl'.hc;: .'1 " . ni Wi'"l w i?pt. VOLUME IV, NUMBER I 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER J9. 1868. i--ftoi'i ? ' rv -a'.in . s 1 1. . ... jT jj&prs'- V MKS. T. B. TBOMJ. IK UN ILLCSTatTtD. St lika a pilgrim faint and sad, "With while lips murmuring low; "ICor yet wllA footsteps free and glad, T th dim Paul go- 1 go.llke ona that, awed and hashed, . , Tct smiles t and the treasure dtut OYrwraalhod with summer' bloom. The prouJest (ot that girlhood knew Hare faded from my clasp ; & towers that caujrht from heaTnUelr hue l4e withered In my grasp. On dearest brows the dust lit s cold. Hashed are the sweetest lip ; . "T...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 19 September 1863

??t.4 THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUBfAY, SEPTEMBER 19, fS6f ffl " ...'. -v . ?. . .. - ?., -f. . .1 ir. ft,,. GftnGrant was slwhtlv HHrt bvjllic J pair male ",I dmnh:"Mr.'i a li.iir. Mr. r. WiiWu i u i H ' 1 h: 1 1. J w?r SBE I . ' 5 I . ! is pf. 1 i Jy or., (u-...-.. ... . j AS SNiiatpCUtiVnU ,. - OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. I. Vf. BOBEBTS. Editor. Saturday, Sptemhcr IU, 1863. M..wn.m . .... iTATOAM OF IOTALTY. There is a class of iijatikitori&l ner- sons ,n our city who make it their par- ltcular business to inouire into the busi- new of ilieir neighbors, and chanre . . . . thorn with disloyalty. In many in stances these charges are preferred agaiust persons from personal malice, aud against those whose loyalty, per haps.ba nc.ir been questioned by any one except their enemies. Those who prefer the charges, in general, are of little or no u-sponsibility.and who have but little interest in our city, and the peace and quiet of our citizens. Theso Inquisitors go eten farther, n...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 19 September 1863

fi-vjaWTi m-'v- kjLvk$miteit i 1IUT.1S1 gVT MTUSD1I MOIIXI.VO T OskRleosa, Jrffcrsoa County, Kansas. n 2.UH ; ,ociJ $epei)f.1 i -' 57I.T1 -u . . 1. J. W. ROBERTS, J. W. ROBERTS, I .,, JOHS W.,DAY, J"". -SigiaMfttal Orgaaixatioa. f We" bate a letter' from Col. A. W. Spalding, to which lie says : J bate just .receive J aspecin! oriK-i 'from Iia excellency, ilie Gotemor, m tiu-j that arms would be fuinuh.d : regimeui of infantry iu thii distri i hn soon as (bey artire in the S me, ml directing that a regiment of infantry le organized in J iiefeon and Jack-n cou't.iies as soon as leu, companies report to me. There ate fonie pircincis which ihave failed to' Comply with my order No, I, lf they do not comply by Sat urday, Sept. SO, tLe officers of such -companies will not bate an oppori unity io participate in the organization oft lie regiment Such a failure, purely ai 'tribuuble to their on inattention Hrould be regretted by me, but the ne cessiiy for an immediate organization ill compel ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 19 September 1863

' ' ' ' '" ' - i - iwM ' ssaacsMj r"j oil. ijM-MMt:' 6m isis gm , Ill K' H'F y Kt ; f Hi ,! ffi $ ft f title olb, THE 0PENIND0. ! "Little Charlie is dead!' I repeated the words very sadly, and though no audible voice from the tree-top above me had spoken them,1 glanced upward to the win dows, which for fourteen days had been wholly darkened; the shutters and curtains were withdrawn at last, and the fresh .breeze and gol den light drifted freely in. I knew that on the couch where Charlie had tossed and moaned, parched with fever and smitten with giievous pain, there lay only an al tered, stiffened shape.whinh we had loved-and pitied as, "our Charlie;" but the real being.whose gay young life made beauty all around it, was not there. One wiser and more pity ing than ourselves had called the lit tle boy,and in the night he had aris en, saying, "Thy ssrvant heareth," and gone outward to walk with the Lord. it was an exquisite morning in the earlv autumn. Not a cloud vailed the intense bl...

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