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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 26 September 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. — 26 September 1863

mmm2Z -4, t .. ... jMaiM' -TffE-mEPEmJEOT:SKm SEPTEMBER 286 -v ' ytayit. i n m ( ig umts w wi ' fei 'St ; ? U 111. Ill i- I) ,' M If I' t ll. P&a i -- . !. I Of S Ci ' u. " 1 h i; 1 i M ' i She giaiftwt. -p 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS. J. MT. BOB&RTS. EJKar. Saturday, S.ipicmbcr 26, 1863. The TroelMMttM. .ILlheJroclssaatinaof ll:e President suspending the writ of habeas corpus in certain cases is ained at the copper beads of tlio North, we saj amen to it. Long ago such traiton as Fernando and Ben. Wood.Saaa. Cox and Geo. E. Pugh should Lave had tbeir months stopped, and their necks stretched,ton; ahd4sucb paper as the Cliicago Times, Cincinnati Enqairer, Indianapolis Sentinel, Me darjr'a Crisis, Ben. Wood's News, and the like .ought to hare been suppressed nnd the publishers and editors banished or hang. Bat if the proclamation is aiaaed at the Union men of this Military Depart mew, we denounce it as au outrage and an insult not to be tamely borne by the tracst pa trio to in the land....

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 26 September 1863

.ggggggagMgag-- - -n.r.-vz?: Shi- $Mt$tnfcit i i z:j. glS M.M.BUXBI 8ATClAlfMOmSI.o AT Oskiloesi, JeffersoH County, Kansas. ?i - - ' M' - - ' 1 I1 . J. W. ROBERTS, 1 ... JOHN W. JMY, o. ? i Aid Society. We are requested to nnnounce that the Indies of this place nnd vicinity are invited to meet at Mr. Chapman's, two' wiles r6m town, this (Saturday) afternoDii, about two o'clock, to orgnu- ize a Soldiers Aid Society.' Regiment! Organization. On Wednesday last a Regiment of Militia was organized at, Graboppr Falls, composed of ten companies from Jefferson and Jackson Counties. Tlie election for regimental offiicers result ed as follows: Colonel, Dr. S. S. Cuopkk; Lieut. Col., J. B. Hubbard; Major, J. Hazes. Col. Cooper and 'M.jor Hazen have both served in the army, the former in the Mexican War, the latter ifi the present struggle for Liberty and the Union; and they will ' both make efficient officers. We have no per&onal Hccquaiutance with Lieut. "Col. Hubbaid. bui have heard him ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 26 September 1863

THE INDEPENDENT:. OSKaLOOSA,. KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 8863. aests? J Hi H I ( i 1 M 1 &xtteMtgok THE LrETLEBUlLDERS.' Children are apt to fancy that it bn't of much consequence what they do. Other people do the work and they do the play, other people cook ."f-'aatf they eat,other people stitch and they wear. They are like pet rab bits or Guinea pigs, kept to be look ed at and be tunny. This might be very true if they were always to be children, with middle-aged fathers and mothers to take care of them, and pet r punba them,and pay their bills,frills and forage. But some day the door of the rabbit hutch will open, and out will walk the. lull-grown men and women,to step into the places of those who have laid down to rest. What kind of men and women will- they be? They will be just such men and wo men as tney have made themselves during all these years of fun and play.: You have seen little gills bu sy making dulls. .-.tutTing and slmj . ' tng them and painting their cheeks...

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

-4WS5 -r - -' 4- j e 4 l i- ft -' I J- X W J. W. ROBERTS, -i ' c4 'j'i "':i " ., !.3)feK,a rtB; eswi .i6a. . yrmdJ ' EditMiudrPwprietoiv !. i . 0 H Ji ''i 3iU O' ' .., ,T t f tlTlf'H'nnn UTtqo i VOLUME IV, NUMBER 6. bSKALOQSA, KANSAS, OCTOBER B. 1868; '. .,pij '.stfU ti i .r -, , g.-b-'-tutH oube'i tit t not ,;..'-,. u v. 7Ti , .1-tWflOLE-ND;MBEJt."fi82.'i' i , SP-- j3-' ::g!!S -" "" -- ' g i .. r. .t.WB.r.d!,. f .- It- -bund 1 ; ,, , n ..T.,., . " ' ,ijt ii .,j r 4 . i i . i plectra arftg. HARVEST AXB VINTAGE. I dreamed of a marvelous Harrest 1 dreamed r a Threatilng-Floor, Where Men. like grain, by Angela twain, Were garnered In measureless alora : All bonnd In sheares, like corn In the tear, And Bailed fiom boak to core : . And the Angela aang, with roleea aweet, ."Oat f the Grain tha Draaa we beau Oat or the Chaff wa winnow the Wheat, True SouU are the Wheat of a Nation !" I dreamed of a wonderful Vintage I dreamed of a Wine-Press red, Wlicre men, like grapes, by angel-shapes, 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. — 3 October 1863

m i & K. THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSASl SATTJRDAYCTOTER M86J ' &?i & i&i J. aaji6f K4 U r II. II 'it- K I I- l ar?S p w si r ifi Mr I Ite gnflifHiAetL OSKALWSA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. .Saturday, October 3S-18(. The Bailroad. It seems now that tie Eastern Divis ion of the Pacific Railroad so far as our State is concerned is to start from Wyandotte and ran straight up the Kaw Taller on this side of the river. This being the conclusion of the new com pany, some things must follow. Leavenworth city is thus thrown out on a side-track. But there is too much capital in the commercial metropolis of Kansas to be so slightly ignored. The leading city of all the upper Missouri the one where more business is done than in all the others put together, per haps is not to be left out in the cold, so long as there can be found a house in which to obtain shelter and n fire to warm by. Leavenworth will have a Railroad. -She ought to have one. As a men locality we care noth...

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

tE fpw. Jwfet?t. IsrCBMSHEDEVKJtT UTtJID! ;BtAViM6nxica t v. ---,. flskaIoosa,JrrfefsoBConntjr"Iansas. ;T t3 ? Jocnl SeSheU'J! J. W. ROBERTS. I . JOHN W. DAY, j KJHors. Judicial District Convantioft. A Republican, Union Convention 'of the irst Judicial District to nominate a candidate for District Altorner. will ii held at Turner Hall,, in the, City of Lavnworui,iiiursaaj,Uct. 22d, 1863. h 2 o'clock P. M. Cjumiei will be entitled to one dele gate for each Representative and two tor each Senator, which will give : ' heaven worm i a delegates. Jefferson b " Wyandotte 3 Jackson 3'- '' - Delegates will be chosen by the sev nl County 'Conventions. H. W. Ide. ") Sec'js Ex. Com. for J. tt.UAr, Leaven worth. Jefferson J.S.Stocktos.J and Wyandotte Cos. The Sec'y for Jackson county has not -eii heard from, but we presume he vserils to the above call. Address at the Fair. Judge L. D. Bailet, President of . State Agricultural Society, will de- 'ver the Address at our County Fair, . 2 o'clock, P...

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

-!",sI9?5P?5?v -yr3. xui mm wimm qskaloqsa, kansas, sATCTEAJy5CggggW flftsy A I LI fe t i r . r ! " t ! I. J u C r I ! ph h & .1 1 fl I IE jJ-iilI. ttju'MIMses. "Just see what,ft, beautiful turn over mother has baked fur me,' said a. little boy to his, aunt assheehfer ed the.rooni where iie was sitting. "It is a very nice turnover,' said his aunt. Will you give meTa part 01 -.111' 'It is hot,' said the boy,taking the plate in his liand.as if he feared lie should lose his treasure. But I, will wait till it cools: will you give ine a piece "Uie'n?'" 'I am not going to eat it now. I shall putit awayj.'-. . . 'But I shall slay here all1 day; I am in no hurry" Will you not give.me a tasle when you eat it j 'It is a'very small tdrno vet;' said the boy. Ii only want a, very small laste. Will you not gfve me that?' It is not 66d'., ' fi; Oh! L. think it i good.; ...Your mother makes good turnovers. 1 know it would taste good tome?' 'jVIother would not be willing;she made it for me.' '1 ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 10 October 1863

" '- N ' ,f . ii'i : . " . " r aJpb1 " & -- ? - . .VC" 6 r :SSfl;iq3i--J Vw .id mo . -- tt- . -- Mi.nK- : , - ,1 f.-AWk zimmmfmma J i -$"-C: i 9.i a- f U fit-- U ..fiivwr V ' - K J. W. ROBERTS. SebrfeJfo 8giciiitix, ecics, fttfs, ctos, sty!) -Seoei. XiteViie. ;? E'Jhqr. and. Pwpriet or. ;I 9 a. : .( VOLUME IV, NUMBER 7. 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS, OCTOBER 10. 1863; WHOLE NUMBER.- 163. H . I " ' f ' . i ' I af "" " v -v vb. rv -""v v -' b ttv m a ij H Hr B a :A ' m wl m a i'I B ' B . B . B B BT ', I nim bh . -"-''"B ' " " .H '- '' sH - B 1 B ' 1 B H 1 B .... B VM B VM . B. . B B MM W MB . -m sB Mr s ' Ml Ml ' m Ml .B - Ml .r Ml Ml LMMk sm- ssL sVssH.' Ik. y Bv .aw "kv. sw asL ' "-ML ' 1L' ZLalssw. BsV sV I : -; . .: - 4.1 T Jblftfel ANNA CATER LEE. "Aasa Cum 1st, the daughter and only cbild of Gen. Lee, nf the rebel army, died recently at Jones1 Spa, S. C, an outcast from her boms, b vauseehe remained true to tha flag undor which her ancestors bad won tbeii laurels, and true to the Govern...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 10 October 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBEfc 10, 1863. I I: !' H ,H If" i d I' It i H i 5 1 f:rl Pi' L" m W& f &t$Mmi OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. HOBEHTS. ESllor. Saturday, Ojtober 10, 18(3. From tho Constitution anl Ualoo. What Think Ye of Slavery ? Thirteen Questions for an Abolitionist to Answer, if he can. 1. If the Institution of (so railed) slavery isrin rul, why was tie term servant lt.tro.lucrf.1 Into the wondbyaman or God? fir murder, ljli.fr tnd eteslia ara sinful, why vera th-s3 term intro duced into the world by man of God? Answer. ye Coppsr.WJ I- En. Ikd. True, tie institution or subordination was st up In the dj or Adam, and God authorized Caluv 'ru'e over' uisbrnthur Jibel; bnt the term scrrsnt was never ued until ar I5r fe Co,1' Tn reason is obvious the s stem of bond ssrrice, or slavery, as not known for 37 years. Than God. In bis wisdom, was about t. In troduce the system. (That Is a blasphemous libel upon Jehorah! He authorized SozK who a the flrjt ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 10 October 1863

9mx&9'mm m'f"8gtB- $& i inJfprudttit. it rywtfmiojftnZakTuioii meriho at ii!emjef'r.reii Ceiity, linn. i" JLo&fi SMiiievt. J. W. ROBKRTS, l , JOHX . DAY, "ors. Tat Couty Fair. The Fair Grounds are in a forward tale of preparation, and will be ready by Monday. The Fair comes off on Wednesday and Thursday, the 14th and 15th insU Let every one turn out and nake the Fair a success. It is for the interest of the County that this should be done. Let us have the best County Fairs in nans. Farmers, bring in your stock, and products of the soil. Mechanics, briag in your tools, implements, dec. Manu facturers, bring in yoar goods and wares. Ladies, bring is you beautiful wort, yoar tasteful garlands, your spec imens of the culinary art, etc. All '-come and see. We trust, there will be a tarn out worthy of the CouHty and 'the causa. Ptmm1. Capt. E' J. Barkis Lome fur a shorl time on lfuikugh. He gave the citizens soaae account of hu adventures during his mprtsonaaent at LHtle Sock ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 10 October 1863

-4.ii-?xr!i- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKaLOOSA, KANSAS, 'SATURDA:Y, OCTOBER irr863. ffi I!'? R i if.? n-: i , f?H 1' i I 1 i! ft J . tfae ittte .folk. THE GOLDEN COIN. It was in the morning of a New Year, that had just set in, bright, golden and beautiful. The sun glistened like raiment in the cloud less sky. The chiming of silvery sounds of bells, struck joyfully on the ears of the listener, in every street. The air was cold, though not piercing, bracing, though not biting; just cold enough, in truth.to diffuse life and elasticity into every one that moved. There was a little chiid a child of poverty, on that New Year's morning, walking in the gay crowd that swept past her. Her little feet had grown so numb, enca-ed only in thin shoes-and tho-e badly worn, that shs could but with difficulty move one before the other. Her cheeks shook at every step, and her lips looked truly purple. Alas! poor Elsie Gray! one was a poor little beggar child! Just like the old was the new year to her. Just l...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 17 October 1863

r -jr--1 f J Ti ji i;ii.too . 'mjr7, r i jsA)i)A;rAa i y.s (lYisAxi hut - K )- ., - jBvi -m ,::;;, -.""'' ,y- .. (. Dor. -riil ?..- '7fwBal fujrt-v ;. r ;-l.Vc.-x T oJ oa oT-S -141 HWI J ' --1 il " '1 '! . i -.it- -.- vi.-i -.0 a i i ' .j- ... .-i t-, t.. .. ; ':' -' i . t it- - r .11 .'r. .. .,-. ,i ' A t , t -. -It , . - ' . ;' -H ?. I J. W. ROBERTS. Frr rjT iv j i . i i i . . . . r ebfe8.fo gtctiJitii-e, ecoics, ffjfo, etos, 3 &oei -iWfli -: . u !.-i-;-!?t lsfcvinf -":l 1 '"- u- v - R k & 1111 tl1 I I k U i I III U L . :., j , , ,'nti! : ioi swj. --r-FiloFiiiPrwricfir. . !.,'; '.-:' .TSZOIX EI -V0LU1IE IV, XU3IBER & - v OSKALQ0SA,KANS, QC10BER 17MI863. VI l -,v .irv :!'s jTM -2rw iVtffViT.lf aaa an aw - k -. i - ' lU'' m-'M -; .'liirlnilf AvM..Ir3 ..-Um'l't iAS,,l,!T I .IOThUh 'i Hv ill is : :i-1 ?. .iiLftfuiri, ,-. . -..-. ! v wBwaWi ,.' .waLl JSBL- w .ilawawLi. awLj .iwBk L. .yawL i (Vi .a ' Lwk f -. . --'I - B L. Vh m. ' ' y ' ''I- "B fik --f j- rni...r s 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. — 17 October 1863

. .-nr- : THE INDEPENDENT: 0SKAL008A, KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, If f T a r life? I i u y E 4' N & imrprndc))t OSKAL00SA. KANSAS; i W. KOBESTS. Editor. Stturdiy, October" 17, I8G3. THE TICKET. CkUf Juttic HoSttT CaoXIKB. Ctuly Ticket Cmmiu'-mtrt, W. C. Bail. kuxs Ctuwm, A. J. KittxBAm. Trtaturtr, S. S. Coores, fTb. CSV, Tsaar Carzcnrtxia. Sbrif. T HOKCC (..BBS. tttyuUr tf Iktit, J. W. RoctM. A$tntrr, Gko. L. Ceboknb. J N. Haix, N. Cour. C-mrrr, Geo. Goldrisok. - - OIOUOUS KEWS ! Xebeli Defeated Kith Ixnmenie Slaughter ! 300.000 Copperhead Hone da Com bat!!! The resells of the election of Tues day are glorious. The rebels liave met with a perfect Waterloo defeat ! Penn sylvania has gone for the Union by 3d, 000 to 40,000 B9joiity,beitle the utmy rote, which will swell it op to 100.000. or more, perhaps. Ohio, it is thought, will give Brongh 70.000 at In me, and the army vote will aM 50,000 to 75.0C0 to this Hi;j li'y. Iniluna and Iowa hare gone tlie same road. Harrah'! These a...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 17 October 1863

JTHE ilNDEfpENBIWRI BKAL(K)S4rMAe,AW-KTXmMKI7l 1(53. w-rf ., - X. i, iitLh,Htj trVr ATDjiT;iioxixi at Oikolooti, Jefferiei leiity, Kusas. JL.ce.ti cpHifi)CK)t. J. W. ROBERTS, I ..... JOH5 .. liAY, i ""ora. , .l tr-BMty Fdr.. ' " Oar Fair irove : a iui es. e be lieve thai Jt-Bt-rsuii i tin banner cotini j. We have, the best, eurlosure of huv & deij M the State. Under nil llie dis- "8!5F,')l".?"Jir, V'Jt disadvantage, ihe x ibi.jun ws tn-ni-r (Iran c.iuld rcs 'in lily liHVbi en t'xpxcie.l. Jii! DiiLVr !'ieid.n of the Sim,. 8"hi,I of A-.ii.-ul me. who delivered our .ulilleiis, Wis'MIipMM!! ,lj. tii.J,i.-li :, rVr he hid n .1 l....ke I for sU(., a di-ji'ay .11 ?6 timm' moI1 in M ncn InllyUtjr-. "itf.r X eeded IJs xp c!w. U MIS ' TlRIj'llltHt.Lc 'lid it ion ..( the niiuirrr was aiaeli aiiiiKi a;7? delav .1 .i.-irti,ii and l.iifilnt-il '.xl.il, i ors from te i ?tj rca.ii'-'Ltr ate'rali, we cui Vail i In- F.ir decided anrccas. Tin li-p '( Mdlii.ns-wj. cfcnnl Yded tub-better ihnn-at tli...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 17 October 1863

"ffe. r " v-- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUBDA-WOCT0BERI17flia63. '"am lH h. 1 1 fj A t 'j m s? THE GOLDEN COIN. The bright-faced, sunny-hearted boytgazed in astonishment on the mother and child. The scene was new to him.' lie wondered it this .was what they called poverty. His eyes looked sadly upon the wasting raother.but they glittered with won der .when they turned toward EUie. Suddenly they filled with tears. The want and woe, the barrenness and desolation, were ail too much for him. He shudderej at the cold un covered floor. He gazed mournful ly into the fire-place. His eyes wan dered wouderingly over the naked walls, looking so uninviting and cheerless. Putting hit: hand in hi podiet, he grasped the coin that his mother had that very morning given him, and drew it forth. "You may have that" said he holding it out to the child. "Oh, you are too good! You aie too generous, 1 fear," she aid as if she ought not to take it. "Mother will give me Mnother if I want," he 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. — 24 October 1863

U Mc.' i 4W '- ------ Xfimi S3- Mi lo t- : UM iW) ,w JLBsmsaSr ,lJlJiju'jJi :ntn e.JOLUME IV, NUMBE5 9. nir sao.o.ji Vf-ui 9I2.Cn ettl 9I2.Cn ettl Q.s j . Jiuje, . 3314 -JoJ " ' 1 . ..T.IIE RIVER " BG.1TH. baa ,nlVr'sn'y koly and raptnrwue atraw F loating over the river of death, -jov; sTt. tntvweary, we wait hke lb rtpens.1 8raln For the touch of the reaper breath, r. . 1- .ji it. The re are Csbw of light on each lined wara, abm ,-i 'At It pi Idea fram the fanber abore : strivj ttisaaadowy border our t-ar-dropi lava, I11 the lull ( Uf water'a roar. ,nolymiie . L ilbrre are'Uirp trine. ttlrM by the perfumed lr, -.e -w-w.tt!4KnhIPt with aielndy ,wecl , .V" - Like the wintered bole of a child at prayer. " .-mcy hear the low mualc, so siIiqb and .triad. Aiel bc-d 1. 01 the eddy is tide. , F"r ,"" ca,cJl '-" "f tvi- f .ma that stand ijlinji lit'.tbe aWeaai ou lie ulfcera.de a.-. ' - A,i we a light oi. tho rain white hmw, - V Uke-tbecloar or the crtiuane.l m..n. ; ' Jrt'it e'a-et1otuicli...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 24 October 1863

THiTlNDEPENDENt: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SASTfftDAY, OCTOBER 24 t . i-J !., ,""JS "SiAi. HP $. 1 If lie n&tymftttfi. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. ' 7. W. XOBEBTS. Jder. Siiurdiy, October 2 J, 1863. THE TICKET. ChUf Jtutic. Robest Csozism. ' Comnty Ticket Cnmitioner$, W. C. Ban, Allxx Gairrur, 'I '1 ,' .l.Kjavtukjm. "" ' TrtatvTir, S. 3. Coorxa, O?. Cfrnfc, . i Txmar CBiTCBrixu. Hosier Gum. ir Zd, J. W. RoGOLS. Cio. L. Okboxxb. iJurtqw, J.N.Halv N. COLBT. ft"OJI", - Geo. Goldhmoy. t , Election. One week from next Tuesday (lie election comes off in this State. We hare no fear of copperheadism here, If there are any of this class in the State, they feel the necessity of keep ing quiet. Were they to do here as they did in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Iowa, they would test the virtues of banishment or hemp very soon. We have no use for traitors here; and we don't intend to have. , But there is another danger which we must guard against. Demagogues will seize upon the loyal feeling of the masses in o...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 24 October 1863

M,NWHmn&ywknt Otkaloosi, Jefferson Cointy, Kansas. j 23381:7 U .13 ir "I I I" l.llll , i . . I JOH It. DAY, j tdl'- .0.3 i a A.t lUfcqr-rTrlWt ?.-,' .-&n UsV.Wiaifes&Sj n?$nt a' set' of villains rubbed"' Mr. 15inn, nearhe In dian Mills, in this country ,of our lilin iu same ihe house of ninety dollars: "and thin came up, wiihin,.founmiles of town and, stole a uorbeidngiuittf Mr. J-.-M.'Sarith'a'ffne. large "bar, and left a poor old animal in it place. ItJMjguphVftyilEijB'UjlLngtdiii Leavenworth, mi ihe old horse loft tool off in that" direction Vrljen brought 'along the road. . AVc trust Mayor Anthony will put his detectives to werk to ferret out the bands'of 'outlaws who infest tlie'coun- ' try and make their head-quarters iu -, -l . ... .'. " - luajciiy.- ii.tiewm dirtpt tiis rgy in , thin direction, he will a-rctive'I ihe thanks of the-pe&ple of thts"'iitire S:me. It is high (fine the w)ik b'f,"c3eaninir nui!, the iliievi-s, and, robbers wjis com jnfciiced. Eviden...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 24 October 1863

fiaB8H THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA', KANSAS, SATURDAY; OgTQlER J8fe. -v. - 1 , ii if f Ml III" u ! B'l Wl fr. 8 J h h MI I it. t I 1 It t JwlkfiitUlk. THESfllNGLEBOAT. nLiul John Cpi' father was ' aEoutlo die.andas he had no prop l&ifriy to leave hU wife and children, w.vhe.feit-yeiy anxious and unhappy. ,w' Johnny hod been told thai his fath er .would die, but he did not know e' ' what death meant; and, therefore, 'with ail the innocence of u good little boy, he aked hi?father what he could do to help him. 'You cannot hrlpTne, Johnny; .-aid the sick? father; 'but when 1 am gone yuirrsurhelp yoor moiher.l rWhere-are-you going to?' said Joiin. 'Can't you let me go with your 2iot nobody can go with me; 1 (iTuai'goalone. V 5 Well, when will vou come back?' raid the little fellow; 'you know we depetidlipon yoa'for money to buy , fr bread.' ,. 4Ishall never come back.my dear .boy. jrWhen people die, they never 5 come back.' Well, then you intend to send for usJather,for we can't live ...

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