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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 31 October 1863

J. Hr. ROBERTS, VOLOUE 17, NUMBER 10. JfclwW jMfcj. Fro- Moore'. Kami Sew-Yorker- T, A. B. BULLOCB. -t erery tarn, on sea of Wo, - "Sate" we surely meet ; With ome, distress and woe are rife, With other. Mitt complete. Though ruml-Nato the ni will chew, II U habits ore not bad ; lnt drink and brawl, or make ado, Eeem thoughtrut, olUimcaaad. Uiirbrtu-Satenll stri-e to ahnn. But he war 1st, each path ; Of all the Aatc no other one So many aerranti hath. There'. stag-Sate, dear, and dumb,ad Wind, Jlore atupid than a toad, ' Will pamljze oue's limbs and mind Eucoubtercd on the mad. rVocrasti-Hate la oft embraced, Some lonj retain his hand : Yet speak of him as one disgraced Ji curse to any laud. There's fulinl-Nats, in frightful loses, Mankind his roice must bear Trom earerns, clouds, and papal thrones Itud. mesoccser of fear. lu-Sate and or-Xate tread the stage, The first with small display; The last will eiery eye engage When seen alonp Uie way. Mr r.omi-Xate, men jrrect his f.ce With...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 31 October 1863

&- ft THE INDEPENDENT: OSKAEOOS AT KXNSAVSATURp A Y7 OCTOBER 31, 186 nsr Xfllti.WiWl v V r m ( lit gfMtfciit OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. 7. W. ROBERTS. Editor. Saturday, October 31, 1863. THE TICKET. Chief Juilice. KOBEST CkoZIER. 4 M County Ticket. Gimmiitinnert, XV. C. Bail, Allzn Gairn.v, A. J. Kleimiaxs. S. S. Cooper, Co. Cert, Tebrt CaircnnriD. ShtnJ, IIOElCE GlBBS. ftejitttr f Deeds, J. W. RoOEBS. Auttor, Geo. L. Osborne. Snrteyvr, J. N. IlALt, Ouronir, Geo. Goumisox. The Election Next Tuesday promises to be con tested pretty sharply by the candi dates. As we said last week, we do not see how any honorable man who was pledged before the Convention can do otherwise than support the nominee. If a man s vvs he will do ! a thing and DoVrdo it, what is he? And if whole communities break a way from the restraints of plighted faith, where will we drift? There can be no excuse for 'boil ing' except fraud ; and the idea of a man or set of men selecting a ma- H. W. Ide, Esq. Our candidate fo...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 31 October 1863

THE INDEENDENT:,0S&W I8BI M Jw gafltpiafent IS rLBLlSIIEPEVMt ATUtDAl MOKXING AT CiLtltesi,' Jffftrsoi Coiiaty, Kansas. J. W. ROBERTS, .. , , JOHN . DAY, """ Daring Bobbery. 'On last Sunday afternoon, as Mr. Eli ISvans, of this pUce, was going to "Topeka, with funds to purchase horses for the goverment, he was waylaid in the brush near the residence of Mr. Kleiuliaus in Kaw township, justthis side of the ferry, by four indixiah, and 'robbed of 1,56.) in greenbacks.and his "revolver. This deed w as done in broad -day light, the sun being yet oier half --an boar high. Mr. Evans thinks the robbers design ed to take his life. Two of them were on foot, one on each side of his mule holding to the bridle, the other two on horseback ridincr n few ardsia ad vance. lie askcJ thoso leading hi s mule to return his gloves, and while one of them let go the bridle to do so,' be managed to get the anima! away :from the oilier, n heeled and came off .at full speed. Three shots were fired 'after ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 31 October 1863

r-if INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER! 1863. THE St .7 i fh M px tbe fittle $ul. THE SHINGLE BOAT No said the officer, 'I am only one of his tervaats.' Us then pat ted Johnny head, and told him to be a good boy, and he would cotne again and aee his mother. He did call again, and after learning all about the family'he promised to take care of themjand when Johnny was I a sreat bov. he took him on board his ship.and in time made an officer of him,and adopted him;and after a battle, when he was about dying oi a wound he had recieved, he asked Johnny, who was now Lieut. Cole, 10 nana mm uwi cuut uu uss desk. Open it,' said the captain, giving him a key. What do you find therer said the captain. "Nothing but my shingle boat," said Johnny. When you made that boat, you made your fortune,' said the captain. 'Under the boat is my last will, and "all the property I have is yours.' John became a rich man,and he de served it. Now, what is the object of this story? Merely to tea...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 7 November 1863

rill r r W-xniwrns m -Tfh: ; -., ,,,,. ti, ., a-iHtofc & - i "-hvji t : d tXk- Hwir .. -r. i,. ,St ? . - - -- tM -.Jj ' 'V -I, ,, ' f, l- - if ,tvrt II lfUI't tl J9ft J. Wr. ROBERTS, p 1 1 W 9 - -: Scbofcio agietjiftii-e" Jccmcsj &H$ ctos, . D Scpehi Htefe.- H ". - SJ'i Ei!itw-4-Prprieur. krf. ti!f f 1 VOLUME I NUMBER, .11; 1- i 1 " ... - o , f V OSKALOjOSA, KAlSfSls; NOVEMBER 7. WlC? "8 '!l ;aofT " 'I'li'i" "ivHOCOIJMBEE.;:' 1 1 . ' (T .f ; jjl 'If! - . rfi..Cl Jmj -viU 1 , - ! . UL a JHBtaJ ir g am r m y . .t.. . . 4 . w tc A' W . sm Efl "VM . m VA ''-'i 13 'ffffffeTdeS!! . .. y . . " & i ij'. ' o Jinn aiiiwf ...,.,... !t., -,ai ',L ' 'l' inAlS ',jR2C0J4I?P I ' lrTTT . "MHHaHiHaHMMBWIHaiMnnaHMMaMIMIaMMIiMHMMMMMIiMBMMMHMMaMlHMMM THE ANGEL OF 2.VTIE.CE.' T rLOKKKCK nci$ Betide th tolltotne way, i - . loselr Md dark, by frutU and gowera uablaat, Wilcb my worn fait tread aadly day by Jay, Ionglng lo Tain J or real, " '" ' An angel softly walka, ' ' With pale aweet face, an...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 7 November 1863

jnwr k Miiitf til W at- jjujua ySBp THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1863. -- B ' ic F 384 h. l" i! t k h w $ ii Sit gu&pnifont OSKALOOSA. KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. Saturday, November 31, I8(3. The Electioa ii Orer And the recall given in this number. Wo fiad iliat inure caudidates were de featd tbau elected. Of course there will be some dissatisfaction; but we bopa no serious consequences will fol low. Our neighbors of Siutrelle FhIU Lave chosen to make the ltcal issue the main point in the canvas.; our people did not. Our neighbors hive secured the three most important offices in the county, namely, Treasurer, Clerk ot the District Cuurijlon a pin-hook) nnd Remitter of Deeds. We hope they are satisfied. We care more to have good men in office than to have them from any pellicular locality; tnd w trust all the. officers elected will do their duly as tliuy are sworn, regardless of this 67 that locality. If they do DO!, if they use their offices to f...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 7 November 1863

Pfflgggg Ste, ifadrprntat ......iiqiBIVUT BATTJI atovdat Moasixo ATT) ' r P & 5 fr ' tt I j i likiloosi, lerfersBi Toitfty, lafisas: .' i.' i.'ii tl ; J. W. ROBERTS, I ,. JOHN W. BAY, J 'aft t Our Village. , In s.receat d umber of the trLeavea worth Bulletin, one of whote r'edi(ort iaJ been out to the Fair, appeared a very fiiendly notice of oar village. The writer said we needed a few active bu iinei" men; which is true. We have tome t-xcf Hent gentlemen iii business U . . - ", here, at fine citizens ra, the ,comily "or the Suite can produce; but since our nival iiere ,lhey have.beu laking.M kind of RipVan Winkle nap. 'Weirus'i, howerer, lliat-.lhey, willrubopen their -eyes, "get. "wide awake,' aad'ilet the world know what they can ''do.-' We believe Uierfo is in them, but the Mujft" -needs "aiming up.'. . , ; ,,. A distinguished and. successful bui ness man still there were three thing -essential to success, in business, and he . . . - i classified lliem as follows.: "First. A...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 7 November 1863

"J. 1 1 1 1 !! 1 k m K -kv . n t! I m is S ' i &ux tit pitt $tXk. - . i at TUE LITTLE BROOK. They. built a nice arch of stone under the railway, which they call ed a culvert, and they told him he might go through it as freely as he pleased. So thanking them for their kindness, he went cheerily onward, sometimes helping and sometimes helped.till he came to a large river that took up the breadth of thepas- sage. Where are you going my bon ny brook?" asked th river in a low well bred tone. 'I am going to sea, replied the brook in a voice deep and quiet, that showed that he was strong, and he knew it. "That is right; so am I,' rejoined the river. 'Suppose we become partners, and do a little business on the road.' So the full grown brook entered into partnershipVith the noble river,aod t lev drove such a brisk enterprise in the steamboat line, that by the time he had reached the sea he had almost forgotten all about his early dream. RIQUET WITH THE TUFT- Once upon a time a Queen had ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 14 November 1863

&&;j4&: &- & rLHQUA ::) 1- er "t1 BBBwanawawm . .. BBnnnnnnwBnnnnnl ""'"WWWMM7!!""?rn?ii' ' f --'ea'1w, " lm ylV I -m- r-s.m - -x-a. S -- .w-unT . -. -aaw.-. "r -Aife .. v , iigasr- I'll m - r ,' ' -'- 'lil I-1 l L i ' - ttrl, 'J t r, z ot . UnMr t i f, wmA mwsm&q J. W. ROBERTS, Seboied fo agicqiiij: itfecijics, Jft cte, tf Segeft,.. Jitee. Euiltr ud frtfraltr. & VOLUME IV, NUMBER 12. :t OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 14, 1863. WHOLE missjL U3. . , . , : , , I '; uiii'frf- , Tk ---- ', 'till i T ' i mmanwanwan y w Juried 01 t THE FAR-OFs? ITTOBE. Tier m dlstut Und, with low aalnlaf saore. Far or Time's billowa that sollenlj roar, And dash their mad foam -emu high up in Uteris?, Essaying ail ralaly to hide from our eye Tbe din, dreamy beaatiet we erer aee theie Bright floweri. Uat blossom UaoseendenUj fair, And battarSie litUag oo gay asare wing;, And pare &ow white bird that encaaaUaglj slag. There are treea ever (reensd coolahetterM bowen And wide, wind...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 14 November 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1868.gr g. k "I H -7 a B C2 3. J "t -hi- -k F--F ' f m far tf II i Iic niltifniit. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. r. W. ROBERTS. Editor. staurilav. November 14,1863. 7 he LeutQ of History. God rules die nations 4Tti bells potent even to the causal student of the' record t -of put times. "If an pro poses, God disposes' is hd old but a truthfal adage, r ' -,'- Read ia iueihijlus.ruilu history of our ownRaticm -during the past three, years is full of instruction. Three years ago Mr. Lincoln was iecled President. But (h wildest enthusiast did not dream when be de posited his ballot for that gentleman that, before two years of his adminis tration should pass, be would pen the fiat of ubkbtt to three millions of blares ! Ay, even after the jfuns of treason had belched forth their helli-.h fires upon Sumter, few if any saw the good time so near si band. ' Fiemnt became the John the Bap tist, crying in' the midst of the wilder ness of Slavery, ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 14 November 1863

i 8 Atiftuit. nrCBUSBBVMT ATCatUT MOXIIXS AT likilMiif htkmncl iity. Iiimi. pal Qtptritwyt. J. W. KOBKRT8, I r,,,,. J0U5 W. DAY, "ww-. . J90ae or the Men arrested and bafcg for stealing tin bones of If r.Kew bib sear Saetrelle Falls, in fats con fession before deaili,related the circum- giaace of the robbery of Mr. Eli Evans in Kiw township, giviag all the facts tsbsuntially as Mr. E. related thesa at the tiaae. We are glad that soase of tbe Tirtiass are overtakes bj jlMtice. ii . PcTKRSon'a llaoAtiKC. We are in receipt of lids popular Lady's Maga sioe, for December. It is a splendid nBsaber- "Peterson" will be greatly improved in 1864. It will contain near r 1000 pages of doable column reading matter; 14 steel plate; 12 colored fash ion plates; 12 colored patterns in Ber lin work.eHjbroidery or crocliet.and 900 wood engrarings proportionately more than any other periodical gires. Its slo ries end novelets are by the best wri ters. In I864.Foar Original Copyright Novtlets will be gi...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 14 November 1863

"?t- 'i-,1"" - -- mo9smmim THE INDEPENDENT: OSKAXOOSA, KAS' SQMMiM- ft r I A ill i r-i 1 1 L-'i M v' i t ; ' gmi)ut-g$Vt, BIQUET W11V im-TOTO ;T J 'Madam,' said Riquet politelv.tbo' her speech wu not- exactly civil; 'nothing shows intellect so touch' as the modesty of believing ont does not possess it '1 don't know that; bat I kaow I am a great fool, and it vexes me so that 1 wish 1 was dead,' cried th princess bitterly. 'If that is all, madam, I casTeasi ily put an end to your griefTor I have the power to make the person I love best as clever as I please. 1 will do it provided you ccmsent to marry me.' The princess stood dumb with as tonishment. She to marry that little frightful creature scarcely a man at all! 'I see,' said Riquet, 'that my pro posal offends and grieves you. Well; 1 will give you a year to consider it." Now the young lady was so stu pid that she thought a year's end was a long way off so long that it .seemed as if it might not com eat all, or something might happe...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 21 November 1863

&r- -it . k rw:- -"i-n Sl tf 4fctl" " 1 rf, f t-yfc. .J-,,, r, p , : ROBERTS,' tftL- . S' Seboicd fo agictliqhe; 'WcWWbW$' M 6?8! PciiiW. f. to imc? a ?8SI ' -i -b.-'' F-J&- -.:: Kiur M ffncff. v i AW . - --J xt&ssrrsztrx- " " Bas-i ' ",w"M'w'',eMsfsTsBafseajaassas fTl'T" 'ai'To .T'-y-j '.-'7iyr,A80oi.r-.r..i;i-inz5fTaTa5rfi!f - ...,., -,.-r-. ' r - .... ,. . , ,' ": ?'""' J lom.T-M?'l .iorf.iaWr.ii.s. . rf, ;,. A-8Vlfi.i ,rlv, . , .. .v V ' -" ,. ,f"ri" ssg ir-n '-tiiirf -r--rfi'r J' -" -t- - ---'-- -..' - .- ----- . . ... t. mmm immmi t nrnci c. mi, i acu cct.' Goltnfeik of JaUc kai ketweea '' The deed Unjott and lh end Unseen, ' Aod ikeanurew. IU1 la tbe one U weighed " JBr'lhe Iioidi own haad in the other Uld. la the prairie path to oar eaaset rate. In the ew'riog heart of aaew bra Stale, Are Hte'weaW at aa old axaai wnhr yean, , 5eath headetenes worn by an old aua'i tear. ' When the aright uo (ink In the rote-lipped West, Hit hut red ray is the headstone's crest; -....

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 21 November 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, pfT S S5 -"3 - a 1 IB.BJ m !i VI I 1 1 1 I I ft lift i I lie gufcptnfcnl OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. 7. W. XOBCZTS. Sailor. fturdiv, Navom'cr iU, 18G3 Significant Victories ' The recent 'elecjiona -have all' gone right in l!ie main. For a lime we liatl -feais that Missouri had mvcn iiT strength to tbe Oonienaiireo; but it ,hW appears that she hi dose better, asd .that the "Radicals have one fie thoutaad imjoriiy. "- But the"nit wotewortlir feature of the elections is - re-uli in the Border Slave Sttiet. M-trrlanJ mesan t.ver- wl'citnmc mnjoiii) for crwt:ij;atun Missouri goe. the s-inif road by a small er .xpresioti in mj .i ;'.! but under circnniUnce9 which icve equal ena "rjliasis to her act. Tennessee is be- u.uui iiiiimiiv aDortiontleu; and cren poor old laggard Kentucky, so long poisoned and btupefied by the pro sla ery doses of George D Prentice and his .orrpeeis,is rouinj from her drug ged slumbers and awaking to tlio real, liv...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 21 November 1863

:TfiEaMIDEOT:,OSIL arwC var f" -v i--4l5.1&tssSi o lit , gfrirprofcot BikileBU. JelTerssi Cinlj, kanai. Jdcll-'Sep'eV'"- r''i J. W. ROBKRTS, t ,,,. JOHS W. DAY, i "ors. , .t ,- Xhsvikigiriif . flcxl Thursday is appointed' by the President and Gorernor us a day of manssgivinjr, r-rayer aud, rraise. There" Hrill'tie appropriate services in tbe If. . Church in this place at half past-ten o'clock, A. Jlj .e hop tba. day will be regarded by all oar citizen: I Wc bate much to be thankful for. 1 ' Ltog Ereaing -.We, suggest that: as tbe long evenings are bow at band, we 'organise some kind of'a Literary or Debating Soc'ety, 'for tbe natal benefit and entertainment of all concerned. What say our citi sens ? PenauL) Wa had a call m 'Monday afternoon 'from Judgo Spalding, of tbe, Falls, and very pleasant cli'at Tbe Jude is in ifine heafcb, and jam asiaed the ap ointment of District Jadge.?- We agree witli (he Judge that in the appointment Hif Delahay tbe President lacked dis cretion and r...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 21 November 1863

'V"rOyai- THE INDEPE1?DENT: OSKALQOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, ffOiVEMBEK2iP(m M hi 11 1M -in :!i if t .) : jr I M m If i h i t i 4! J ftt fittU oli RIQUET WITR THE TUFT- Then, madam, 1 need not loo.-e my happine3;for if I have the gift of making clever whosoever J love best, you are also able to make the per son you prefer as handsome as you please. Could you love me enough to do tiuitf" "! think I could," said the prin cess; and her heart being greatly softened toward him.she wished tlia't he might become the handsomest prince in the world. No sooner had she done so than Riquet with the Tuft appeared in her eyes the most elegant young man she had ev er seen. Ill-natured people have said that this was no fairy-gift, but that love created the change. They declare that the princess, when she thought over her lover's perseverance, pa tience, good humor, and discretion, and counted his numerous fine qual ities of mind and disposition,?aw no longer the deformity of his body or the plainness o...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 November 1863

i n r.n umi J" i' i n in mi m n. .wi.iu...'iUi.tf"Ki'wsJ" i"i. .". :iz'iMiAjuz:i cinr Jtot$ 1? 1 .?-H t-fc v- -i 3tf 'Wfc'-i t' ii'ra -,SrS-KrS ". -Ss . ., n . . aT B V'l - BOM) JL "" , b 11 i Out f U t "JB Ji gg i - . -rr t- 'I I If 1 1 I " - J. W. ROBERTS, - l!d V VQL.CMEiy,. NUMBER 14. fmgSiihfc. Hi EHK THE MASK. 1 wasmii old, distorted face An nneeoth visage, roach mod wild ; etfo behind, with Uorhlne grace, Peeped the frash'Waatjr of a child. Aaa M cenUastinj:, lair, and bftj-ht. It made b of ray fancy ask If 5"I.r.TK,S wlkled srimneM lht ttMarlJk aaatlUM Dl v-Baalnd gray Ua aa4arroed brow, . An wtt;r4 loot h lire put oa Each, aa be waara it,cemea to know How the child hidaa, aad U aot gone. ,or, while the Inexorable yean To eaddeaed feature It their mould, Beneath the work of Tim aad tear. Walte eeaethtar that will not frow old I And pain, and petnlenco, and care, ; Ab4 watted hope,' aad ataful ataln, v Stripe the atnnga icuite'tbe oul doth wear, Till her yeuua; Ufa laotforti ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 November 1863

K: THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1863: fcr u 65 P t fH it !' i n Er , K 1 e's ks I K- It bj t I L'i t i l i J Ri 1 8to $mtytn&tni OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J W. BOBERTS. Editor. (Saturday, November 28, 180.. The Pacific Bailroad. It appears that Messrs. Ha.leU& Co. aie disposed to make the most iliey can out o! the local intertst taken in the Pncific Railroad. Wyandotte county hns otod to issue one hundred thous and dollars worlL of bonds lb secure a spur of the road run down from the main track to Wyandotte village; and Leavenworth City and county arc asked to issue to the said Company some three hundred thousand dollars north nf bonds 10 secure a like faror for the commercial metropolis. This may be all very well but it looks a little greedy on the pirt of Halle.l t Co. If these gentlemen have the business talent they are presented to possess, it will not take them long to see thfct their wisefll policy is to mke Leaven -woith the point on me rivur, d...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 November 1863

i55?5katntoto, Mms. Sfe U&tftftUlfi. 11 rl'IMSOKD CVEftT SATCBDAI XOBXIXO AT OikslootiJcffmoi CoHHly, Kansas. fotql $ep2HifijeK)f. 1 J. W. ROBERTS, I ... , JOHN W . DAY, J K1"0"- . , Penoaal. Our co'emporaries very generally-labor under a misapprehension in refer ence to Judge D yt's connection wiili tliis paper, i Mr. J)ay has never been a partner in the concern. Before our arrival he transacted the business of the office an'd conducted the Local Ed itorial department,-; .hut, we always with a ery few exceptions of local mat terswrote the leaders for the Indepen dent, sending Ihem by mail Since We came l.ei Mr. Day lias been associated with us in the capacity of local editor only; bat owing to a Multiplicity of other businesa," has written but a few paragraphs for our columns during the p-.st sixteen months, We make this statement because we do no' wish Mr. Day to be field respon sible for the conduct of this journal. It is not right that he should be blamed for any mistakes wa...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 November 1863

r& THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1863. 81 f iW' M 11 'M i? I r $r fte f Be & HATIIE ANDHENBIETTA. Hattie. Hattie's eyes are Very black, and her hair is the same color, and poor Hattie has no mother. But she is a good girl; and does as she is lold; so Mrs. G. takes care of her as kind ly as if she were her own little Hat tie. Mrs. Mary, the bride, let her Inmp chimney fall the other morn ing, and broke it. Now,' said Hattie. lookin fright ened, 'Mr. James will scold you when he comes, Mrs. Mary.1 'Oh, don't you tell him,' said Mrs. Mary, pretending to bescareii, you won't, will you? Mrs. Mary was only in fun you know. No.if you don't want me to, said Hattie. So when Mr. James came he tried to make little Hattie tell who broke the chimney; but she was true to her promise.nnd would not tell him, though he offered her randy and nuts and money, and promised not to scold any one. Of course he knew all about it, but he wanted to see if Hattie would he t...

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