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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 5 December 1863

. ,.-T" -JL AJA 4-' S 1"! J'fv P M J III tl I Ii ' - ' - 1" a V -- K53 11 KA- 'e J. sffiS . . zf I? wl res 'VL' SI t V H eS i J. Y. ROBERTS. Scbofe3fo JlgicqKii ccffliiScs, atf&vflctos, w3- Se-l- litcfritftite. 'fu' -? '-. ""Ed il arw d Pnpriettr.i - i r "'i v ?:"rrsi3r-7r- '" ,s- i iri T Hr iiu i- ?: VOLUME 1V; NUMBER 15. XCVEB AGAIX. HrVen Hie golden chord, Severed the silken tic; Never rpalu will the oM days come, Darling, to you and I. Dad tiia fceauliful Pjt ! e . Scattered around itTbier Pale thoughts lie thick, and oomorles Of daya that were so dear. Memories? Fold thorn up Lay them sacred by ; What avail! it to droam of the Tast J The Future ! for jon and 1 1 Broken tho (liken chord, Serered the jrolden chain. Linking: us with the beautiful days That never can come again ! BCAltTV. The loveliest eye i that of faith, Which upward lo-As to GoJ; TIi" nested foot it that which has The path of virtue trod. Tho awectetlips are tho that no'er Jl nord of ruile hate spoken ; The ...

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 December 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBER 5, 1863. i $ n t&t h a , i ttt fiidepaiftmt OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. It W. ROBERTS. Editor. Saturday, December 5, 1863. The One Thin; Aeedfnl. Uport one subject the loyal hearts of all patriots in tie land beat in unison. That subject is the necessity of destroy ing Slavery, and having the re-constructed Uuiou established upon the firm foundation of unirersel humnn Liberty. Let the true men of the country differ as they may on other questions, on this one they "flow to logether." "Slavery is dead." "The rebel States must come back without Slavery." Such are the feelings of theheatt and the outspoken sentiments of the loyal men of America to-day. It baa taken time and disasters to work this wonderful change in the feel ings and opinions of the people. Three years ago the majority of the people of the North, even, were either pro-slavey or so tied up by constitutional hampers, that there was no thought of interfering with Slavery in ...

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 December 1863

-- (r Sfe n&tymknt IS l'UBUSUED EVKKT SATUEDAt MOKMXO AT Oikaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. J. W. ROBERTS, 1 ,, JOHN W. DAY, j EdKorfc Mr. Saith's HiU Is now in full blast, the machinery in order for grinding both wheat and corn, and he is turning out a prime article of flour, we learn. This will bo a great accommodation to a large scope of coun try. Mr. Smith's Mill is one of the best in the State, and is rigged for do ing first class work. - .Farmers should make a note of this fact. Shot. We learn that Henry Grayson, son of Geo. Grayson, who resides two miles from town, was shot and badly wound ed in the Hayes affair. It is said that fix buckshot were lodged in his person, and that he is in a critical condition. He belongs to the I5t.li regiment. There are contradictory reports out concerning this affair, and we forbear expressing an opiuion concerning it; W suggest that it would certainly be much better for soldiers to remain in camp at night, than to be going about the cou...

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 December 1863

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBER 5, 1863. it I- J b-25 b li n )f rvs i t fSHi I i n !' I MM 4 .ov the fttUc gM. From ricl'l N'otcg. 'THE WHITE PANT& 'Oil, mother! won't you make me isome white pants, like Ed's and SamSt" "Why, my dear, what do yon wish to have white pants for?" "0! because everybody says how j hice they look. Mrs Kay called 'em both just now, and kissed 'cm ' both, and give 'em a cooky, 'cause she said they looked to pretty in ' their clean white pants. Say, ma, won't you make me some?" "Yes, Wille, if 1 can get time; l.iit . don't teae me now." Willie looked diaipointed,hut he went to his plav lor thai time. But . in a day or two, he again uegijed j his mother for the white pant-. Ed and S.un were twins, and the only cliildicn of parer.ts wlio were, very fond of seeing them look pret ty. " Their mother kept them in nice ! ciothe,and never lei them out upon the street.except when they were in pel feet older , A day or two after Willie had be...

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 December 1863

.IrAmy o ha 2Q0ii:c A J. W. ROBERTS, Sebofe8 fo agiciiiq, Iffeeipnleft" ftH fletos, 6ei titeFe." ptln " r ill " V ' -s.1 s. EwiUr t Fhfriettf. " - i I- VOLUME IV, NUMBER 16. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, DECEMBER 12. 1863. 2 i. WHOLE NUMBER. 17?. 1 ne independent . V t COMPENSATION. Th braised flower mora fragrance (Ire Than those of hardy growth ud strong; Ae1 scarce a bird or Summer lire. ' Hi life of otig, Hut bears some broken Joy along. The ripple on the glassy lake, The breezy murmur of the tree, tV wry ware of dell acd brake. Tea, all of these An type or human destinies, That circle on, tost criere and sigh, That bloom and fade, and pan away While not the meanest flower can die From day to day, Out bath its own appointed way : It lircs again through endless years, 'Each atem bearing well its part; And thus, O dweller of the spheres ! O, human heart! Tfcou shalt thy usefulness Impart. Thou hast a germ of life within, That crermore shall deathless be ; Sj mortal suffering thou shalt wia 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. — 12 December 1863

. J 3R THEJNDEPENDENfc OSKAt00SAT-KANS-ASrSXTURiaT DECEMBER 121863 "53 s1I tttS M ac Sto mfejmifout. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. EOBEETS. Editor. Saturday, December !2, 1803. The Becent Victory. As tho smoke is lifted from the recent . battle-scene near Chattanooga the im portance of our victory there begins to be "apparent. The route iof the enemy was more complete than in any engage- ment during the war, and the casualties fare much fewer than in other battles. lr loss is put down at from 2,500 to 5,000, and will probably not exceed the latter number, at any rate. The rebel ,:k) in killed arid wounded was proba "bly almost equal our own, while near ly 50 guns and other valuables were taken from them, and they were driven ...from commanding positiuns,which they .iritigtit In have livid against double the ' force sent to take'U.em. B II appears from the official teport of , .Q.,11. Meigs that Gen. Grant did not n intern! to bring on a battle, but only to - fei'l l he enemy and ascertai...

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 December 1863

r.n.lP &fopfcl U fCBLlSilKO EVUY c.-.K 5 - . aoiuriNo at OikiloH,'JrffmonConn!yvlansas. SSibosATSSsJlS "3 JLoci cHh)Ci)f. J. W. BOBEKTS, Ed tor. '. . DAY, Corrcponding Editor. Kotics. Jjie Board of Directors of the Jeffer son County Agricaltural Society will meet at tlio Treasurer's Office in Oska lotwa, on Wednesday, December 30th, 1863. al 10 o'clock. A.M. A full at tendant is requested, as business of importance will be before U.a Board. C. B. McClkllak, Prest. Aid Society Fair. The Oskaloosa Soldiers' Aid Society design holding a Fair on Christmas Evening, for the benefit of the Soldiers. Admittance: Lady and Gentleman 51. Children half price. The cause is a good one and the Society desire much to make the Fair a success. Western Christian Advocat This sterling reli.rlnnc .i r. .... Pe r. whtch ha, been growill,, s Jje, and better for ihinv . !.... lrnJl.l..... . . ' '" 'W-1C ",.,, Ue ne "f tl,e most ably edued journals on the continet. Dr gsLyiheEJitorln chief, is one 0; b"...

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 December 1863

4- - VI m 3anft Si THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBER 12, 1863. 3J r ' Ei n 3Si JSfi f got ft ftitt $oMt. GHOSTS AND WITCHES. One of the most injudicious acts that a parent or guardian can com mit, is to tell or allow to be told be fore his children, tha astonishing make up so large a part of the even " 'lag conversations of certain old per sons, whose minds are filled with such things to the exclusion of more useful information. Children who listen to those weird narratives of fictitious occurrences, early imbibe one of the worst forms of supersti tionnd it is frequently the case that thesa early impressions last through all subsequent life, and color and darken many of its brightest hours. ' Ah, with what distinctness do we remember scenes of this kind, which were encraved upon our memory almost in infancy. Aged people gatheied around the hospitable fire, the pldashioned fire.before the gloo my stoves were vogue, which burn ed so brightly on the hearth. Phan tom...

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

iq.fiMni :rK (pfiar.S tjAa(ff&3 .e.soito)fr Ijjbotj .?y. xr..i8JA3i ;- - r r rTfTIF "t? - ' gaoHBJ8Tooa;j-j " fM 'ii '--' f"' "' ' "T '-- - r h i t sBaW - t 1 'i.bb... ti ;! !.'i lnikri-x ::ixuniriiixT''o3EiiTn, aT" h. . a:-ffldB Fil WTmi . ufl - mmm - .asssffe. .8lOF0U3fi S rHfw m a - has .AaooJAxao ft'JW sw.s.iV - ft " w-W K vil f r-lfi .i - J ?. Tfc. . " Clt? ll f&'jr.tf:s&- c W.I L il' !$ J. VOOBERTS,' I cboie3 to tgicqlfii: f ecfe'Mcteft q3 gei": Sileiii 1.."; :! .!): UtelNf! i T rnr.Ii In joiie-'Up w, 9i!T Jdilr ml Prerif Ik. ctt -. ' .! HIJ y.s VOLDMEIVT NUMBER 17. rtfv.,.1 OSKAL00SA, XANSAS,; MCEMBEK 19, 1868. tr tlll-tij v 1. .i. ia- u oiii't !.., i WHOLB NUMBER, m .. .,.ii : -..I .1114- 'I -n vrf. ! -3 'S .-' ; j, aPIaa1, H ' aH mW JB at m---'- ' , 'L.i - .x; ' BBS BB ' BB iBB. .VBBH . BB. B SM 7 B Bl :S ' 1 mt-vc -.,' : . . ! f "- -J - ' " vrrrr 7.t-t-t r- . ,- ' -T - W.,,, . afe I ' . 1 -- - t i " .bb, -.-.hv !" bVMV - aVH .. ; - y " V bhV '. BbH -im --1 ' . ...

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

V THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBER 19, 1863. Hi fe'-S-: t i'l 1 if i fi ft 1 fc She fnfapettdfttt OSKALOOSA. KANSAS. J. W. mOBEHTS. Editor. Saturday, December 19. 1863. The Message. io5" ITIie annual message of President ,i Lincoln is an admirable document no r supeifluitj oT words, plain and lo the point. We have not room for the doc ument entire, and so content ourselvesl with a synopsis of the poinls made. , lie opens by sajing that tbe year of !; jpleaty shoald cause devout thankful- .-pneis to God for Lis blessings. Says the Emperor of France will maintain neutrality, and that England is more friendly, and has interposed lo prevent . vessels of war leaving British ports to y aid the rebels that the intricate ques tions arising out of the blockade have been discussed in a friendly spirit, and that the discision of our prize courts ,,. have commanded respect. The supple- . mental treaty with Great Britain has lj 'been ratified, and it is believed the Af- ' "r...

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 December 1863

-' V TfflINDEPENDENT: OSKALOQSA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1863. ClHCHtHATl. Ohio. Time. i,u 'ci "! Ike n&tytnltnt 11 V i ni?mussnzrar unun aoum at If iikilMii, JefftrHi Csiity, lanti. &ai tJocsJ )efarihKt. .UiU- 11 f ' J. W. ROBBRTS, Editor. J.W. DAY, Corresponding Editor. iF ' Tha Board of Director, of the Jeffer- aoa Coaaty .Agricaharal Society will aeet at the Treasarer's Office in Oska- Joaaa, oa Wedacsdaj, December 30tb, 1863. at 10 o'clock. A. M. A full al- teaaaoa is recreated, as easiness of Jataaruaee will be before the Board. C. B. lkcCLSLLAx, Prest. 9 -?. Aid Society. A Tie Oskaloosa Soldier' Aid Society 'will hold a Fair oa Christsaas sight, also a dinner at twelve o'clock, at Mr. - Wie?s Hall, for tke benefit of our tick iaS of ' hi woaaded Soldiers. Admittance "for each, fifty cents. A geaeral invi tation is giTea. Abbib R. Wtatt, Prest. - i Frabate Comrt. The next regalar term of the Probate "Court commences oa Monday, January VJi', 1864. Those intereste...

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

TW, . -f - '3MPT 1M ft rH vr psfe nt K gfi :, ! - n.i ' 9 5; PSI 1 K r- .& ag'gw - gmwmit M6;'s:FECreEiMEii&cf), rGIIOSTSAND. WITCHES. ". One of them was followed.we licaiti- anjold woman say once, and a phi was planted in her track; she stoop- . ,. edjdown and took off her shoe. The fellow followed to the placeaavhere i her stocking-foot was visible, and put another pin in it. Down bent t . 'the' witch,and off came her stocking! A little further on and her bare toot track was pinioned, and then the poor thing was fast enough! She had to .sit down in the corner of the fence, and cry! What a silly story! Andyet it was told with all llieseiiousness and 'gravity of a judge or a minister. - i We saw afterwards one of the school-boys try the experiment on -a. poor, harmless old lady of the "neighborhood. He stole along after !. her like a thief and popped a pin in her lrack,as though he really expect- ' ed to1 tree a witch; but the old wo- s!nsn did not stnn:n tli hnv rnnrdiul- I...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 26 December 1863

i 4 ' .1 ' .. . J. W. ROBERTS, I rt 4--. , .. . Vls . ,E- iii - - - 4 SatrT v k 4 . SI YOLUAIEJV, NUMBER 18. . u J ..?: ana losscua-a WHOLEiNCMBER; 174. OSKALO&SA, KANSAS. DECEMBEE 26. 1868. t - - i . , - -. i . . I MtM ffarfqj. THE BMXO BOY. One ha beautifully said, tht farliimiilr, lie could JtHtee to read these lints through : It wa a blesieJ summer' day; The Jlower bloomed, the air was tall J, The little birds poured forth their lay, And everything iu nature smiled. In pleasaut thought I wandered, on Beneath the deep wood's simple shade, OTill, suddenly, I came rpon Two children aho lied thither straj cd. Just at an aged beeeh trees foot A little boy and girl reclined . His hand in hers she gen'ly put And Ihuu I saw the boy was blind. The children knew not I ras near A tree concealed uie from their view But all they said I well could hear, And 1 could see all they might do. '"Dear Mary,' Mid .the poor blind boy, "Ibat little bird sings very long : So, do yo j sec hlni'ln his...

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 December 1863

;-?--&: e- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBER 26, 1 1863. u i - u 'ft : 1 ? ii H fi- : i & l Site ftrifeut. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. X. W. E0BE3TS. Editor. Saturday, December 26, 1803. Animus of fhe.Sebellion.' .Two prominent qualities lie at the foundation of tbe rebellion of the South Pride and Madness. With the lead en it is pride the pride of atrieto- cracy we ought to y, perhaps, of one-horse aristocracy which seeks to establish itself in indolent grandeur. ease and luxury upon the labor, blood and sufferings of the toiling masses. On the part of the great body of the people it is or was madeas a kind of phrenzy fanned into a flame by the designing leaders, who led their dupes to believe the people of the North con- ... tcmplatcd imposing upon them un heard of frauds and enormities, ami smiting them down into a most despi cable vassalage as if they were not already in the most pitiable condition of underlings 1 Madness is always furious. fiance the flame-li...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 26 December 1863

.1: -a ilbi niiftnikut - a t-uaLisBBD irai satvidat mobxiko at ' fiailaou, Jefferiei Coaily, Kansas. I2J3I oqJ SepHi)eit. J. W. HOBEKTS, Editor. . W ..DAY, .Corresponding Kdttor. .. s 'Rebate Court. Trie next regular term oif, llie Protat ourt commences on Monday, January 4ih, 1864. Those interested will make note of tie time. " . AMexxyChrktmas To all our readers! The aniversary "is here, and young hearts are on llie tip-toe of expectation concerning the visit of goo J old Kris Kringle with bis load of toys. Innocent childhood! A few more years and the merry Christ mas will be but a memory, the reality of life will hare taken the romance from the fur-covered Toy-King, never to tinge again, with its golden dye, ths coming Holiday. But now a happy joyous Christmas to all the little ones! A Series of Meetings. "There will be preaching to-morrow (Friday) at the M. E. Church, at half past 10 o'clock, A. II., and in the even ing. Also Saturday evening, Sabbath at half past 10, A. If., an...

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

sftij? THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUKDAT DECEMBER, 26 1863. rr cv- j.-rui'. w- I Hi h It i! , a Sfj - fv 9 w 1 ;?' F H I ' 1 L $mtUMtgok ..-RICIITFBMr HEAVEN- In a miserable cottage at tlie bot tom of a hill, two children were hov ering over a smouldering fire A tempest laged without, a feaiful tempest against wiiich man and beast were alike powerless. A poor old miser, much poorer than these shivering, children, tho' he had heaps of money at home.drew his rairged cloak about him as he crouched down at the threshold of the miserable door. He dared not enter for fear they would ask pay for shelter, and he could not move for the storm. 'I am hungry, ATetlie.' So am I; 1 have hunted for a po tato paring, but can't find any.' What an awful storm!' - . Yes;the old tree has blown down. 1 aliens God took care that it didn't fall on the house. See, it would cer tainly have killed us.' If he could do that, could He not send us some bread?' I guess so; but let us pray "Our Father,'...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 2 January 1864

--.&& '- t fS Y '":UJTL YA(n:jr- AH ,&,. Mg ;iKr:ii.qnyi n W1iWki Hi" .jaa .a yak teliiflp .HaoHnx - . - Hr?- " J .- 2AE8AX ,$0 .a . ,- .uTikiVAn v : . .a tif i .i jr V .,v::iH" s IT '"ti rfifv?r-'. .r:i w TS VOLUME cKiaNUMBEE Jo. --"?'-3&&r' i rl 0:1 . - o.oj Tl i TWfc' HI IVwri T : B kS W "' "-j"';i"- '"'Hi m m m I HH' ,1 II Am7- . -- - 1 r TB -- '-.:. rftit Ii A JmmmmV mmW IB "m. B ft. ; H W K. . f J .M , . .- bH XI SEa - Lft . . M H . H i . -t Z fl 1C s - ,r .J JJ - - - i .. , -.... " " - ' - - i i 'J m m i , i - . i- ..-. J' . ' n i J , r? .. . ( - ' "- ----' ,- . -" "'-, irst HN?-Tt' ' - iff 5 5 2 : ' . a ' . ' . - V '": . . , VT t-- -t ?r - -,-s rf, - i-.-. ,-r-r- .Trrrrrr-!: , ,,, , L"j ' , .. m . . . .. . ' '-wT'ir; .,, , ;: :,. : - , . . - . ,...., ' ; ;. -L ; :rx , , ;. v,', i, OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, JANUARY 2, 1864' " - '" J :ih -'' : TIIOLE NUMBER; -17 : htiw. .7 ,.- ,HABV MAY. With om dUUnguUhfJ nam to it, Ui follow tng poem mtH be gratlf odmlrjj : M'ht...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 2 January 1864

tfn- - s- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JANUARY 2, 1864. - J, i "I V, li t . h t Is i l ! II She giulcpcufani OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. VT. HOBSRTS. Editor. Saturday, January 2, ISGJ. Oar Legislature. In a few dnj's oar legislature meets. Tlie House, wo think, will be organiz ed bj tho election of Kellogg as Speak-k-r. Certainly this is desirable.as Mr. Ii. experience in the chair will facili tate the business of the session. Brforo that body will be some im portant measures the question)' fcinendnienl to the constitution so aslo ptsimil'voluuteers to vote the railroad and other lntercUof the State the encouragement of emigration; and pro fcablj out of time and place the flection of a U. S. Senator. Tins last question has no business to be' brought up at this time. and will not be unless demagogue rj prevails to the detriment of the best Interests of the Stale. Certainly there is no single man in the State who ia of eo"much importance that his individual affairs and aspir...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 2 January 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1864. " ' --2" gte gfaflmtotf. rtBMSIIJ-U EVERT SATURDAY UOKNINO AT Oikaloosa. JriTcrson County, Kansas. JLoci JkHirjeqi. J. XV. KOBKKTS, Editor. . W. DAY, Corresponding Editor. Probate Court. Tlie next regular terra of ilio Probate Court commences on Monday, January 4;li, 1864. Those interested will make a r.: c c .l.c t in . A Happy Aew Year ! We wish all our readers, old and young, a happy New Year ! And when iljayear becomes old, may they, all still be happy. How rapid is the flight of time! Just the other dy, and it was New Year be ore. Now "that year is dying. In the cradle, in the grave ! What an admon ition to be diligent in the improvement of the fleeting moments. They Hre here; they are gone ! and they return ncxer. But now a happy New Ycai to all ! Watch-Sight. A watch-night meeting is to be held alliieM. E. Church this (Thursday) evening, commencing about half-past eijlhl o'chwk- The Festival. The Festival of the S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 2 January 1864

" "' - S2j' r fT yr- TVI-rir VXXlX 2T THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JANUAEY 2, 181; "s?" ";- e- Ji$ifi?e 'i Ji ) Uj-X...1 t i ri T l u U IV 1 r 10 g ! , i i MOTHEJTS DEAD- 'by-' viihtinia r. townsexd. On,dear! how cold all the rooms look. I wonder why Charlie .and I can'l sit still any where? and 1 feel just as if! wanted to cry all the time. Everything so strange, and dark, and awful; yet the sun is shin ing just as bright as ever; and when the wind blows the rosebriar'at the window.the shadows scamper across the wall, just as though they were j plnyiug runaway? but somehow 1 1 can't laiurh at them as used to. 1 ittAnl 1r ! ftr Arrr n little iirliiln I ago. The bird'thf made ils nest up in qur oia ear-:rce was singing just as it always docs, Jbut I coulun t bear to hear it, and I just put my j hands in my ears, and walked away, j Charlie follows me round, and looks ' at me such a strange, wondering look, and whispers when he speaks j to nie, and I whisper back when I...

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