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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 9 January 1864

i H r - -" - ...... ,, v ( ...-.-.,.., - r- - '. J iv . "-':r. X Wr. ROBERTS, Seboie3 to iciiitjre, ecics, fitfs, $, -fld Seoeh. Xltetyfe. Edit uifrtfrietK. ,1 -? S&jfi' - iVif-r-l - . . -t -jol."i! . . ' .4" -j- II VOLUME, IV, NUMBER 0. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, JANUARY 9. 1864. WHOLE NUMBER, lit o J n - i 4 Jfettnv YHE LITTLE MALT) Of Mi WORK. ( BT T. 8. ABTBTJB. Anna, obeyed, and Mrs. Munday seated herself by the kitchen table, lo observe her movements, and correct them when wrong. Not that way" Here.let mesbow you" "Stop ! I said it must be done, in this way." "Here that is right." Don't set the dishes down so hard; you'll break them they're not made of ft iron. Theso. and words of like tenor, were addressed, to the child, who, anxious to do right, yet so confused as often to misapprehend what was said to her, managed at length to complete her tak. "Now sweep;up the kitchen, and put tliin'rs to rights. Wh-n you're done, come in to me," said Mrs. Munday. ulio now leiired lo the litt...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 9 January 1864

:r -J VI""1 3Si THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JANUARY 9, 1864. g 3. r y tt - vr j v f-i f!'. I !'M f f f Si I- is V-i M & fV R.i s: Ike iuacpfuiJcnt. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. lmr.'XOT.'B4itor. Slturdiyanuarf 9, I8GJ. A Half Sheet. ,9, t ii"iii .-www. Fr the first lime in (waive years'" xpetinc u a publisher, we issuo a half aheet tliU week. Wsyregret to do thfc; hot a protracted term .of the Pro- bate'' Oo'rt''Bd the excessively oold weiirhlef of'the past eight 'days, have conspired together to produce this re aalt; .WeMfppa there will be oo repeti- tioa of.the ame'occuiTencel ' ' t - - t& . , . , Tke frobate Court Adjotirutd on Wednesday evening tin- til Wftncrtav til 17l1i nt tihriirT J. " V " - " - J Bext.at 9 o'clock, A. M, All adminis trators and otbera liavir.gj business in Coart,, will please tske notice of this adjournment and prepare theTr business for. the -adjourned term, which will pro bats' j' last, bat one day. lr r rr ! E " Tke'Weatheri H&s 'been ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 16 January 1864

--- ;'. -- ' ----- '- - l ..!'. ... i.iiimi i' .ju; -- -J"!'-".,' ''''"": '; 'Ji! .-.Lli -.-?avj.-- -rste .3.- mTJ.P JUtJSLLX. JMKXli.As.U d73a?E CTTTT - V ' - -i-k m. s- Jf s A20aX20; J$G? rnnsr ' J, WB0BERTS, t Editiriil'Piijmciw t CCM VOLUME IY, NUMBER 21. Bmv-BBBr-aHB ' -.".'" v- lYTrrTrr W -m wW'1 triiA t'AN c- iILiLl IJL .i s .. w .; " B f ' --y.5ii3 . "jws?! mtlA t p. vr ?' 7' ,!! - ."ill. i -1 . f. . - , , . I OSKALCKgIA, KMSAS,; JilJlPARS,.16..t8ei:. ' . l-'t 1 J' t J' , si, ' ? 'i ,- -vi r . WHOLE NUilDER. 177 .?! "S .'. . Wf -; "i ivJ ryi J 57' '$ v . TDBKER AX CLAt)C. i " Tfce following keen witfe ipUjr hlu or a eentaln dam or men, who Mk bj place aiid aMoelatton.lt Weotat boloriout. We lucjesl the admlnlila aJ- Vlee t the laat line 'Jor all snch tcic.tb to ' WALL t , I Sealo a modett-mald ? - A(cljpeptnKpeeriiif.Bower? " Coatant, nnteen, to bloom and fed VfbBOBtbtbatreUearorberdoer? it poetovarao Inditoa, , . -; -Wm poet arer abra tenigbtf d T ' ' - Waa paat Xapoleon dl...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 16 January 1864

n'-fea!'' -Er::?5tsSs"-,r-,r?iir THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JANUARY 16, 1864. & x IH i?' i! '"Kl !-l . I L llf ! 8fc iMiJcprufltut. OSKALOOSA. KANSAS. J. W. BOBXHTS. Editor. Silunliy; Januohf 1071801". Senatorial Imbr"o0'lio. Immeditlely subsequent to the Law rence massacre, Gen. Lane opened the question of the election of United State Senator this winter. Why he chose that particular time, when the fearful occurrence which made the State sad, and spread mourning in the midst of his daily associates had just trans pired, to thrust this question before the people, we hare never been able to understand. But such was the fact such was the choice of time he made; and with this only have we to do; not with the motive or the reason; for of these we can only form conjectures; and conjectures are neither facts nor HigumcnU. But with the ftcl we can deal. Gen. Lane set the ball in motion during the excitement caused by the terrible trage dy liich laid the second city of...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 16 January 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: SJ&ALOpSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16,-1864. ibi rpnu1fat rCBUSBCO XVCKT BATCBDAT MOBXIXQ AT liktlMii, Jefferi.i Canty, Kami. Joci ScpHh)Ci)t. J. W. ROBERTS, Kdltor. T. DAY, Corresponding Editor. Const OftCM. TJic newlj elected County offi ers ook their places on Monday, except Mr. Gephnrt, Treasurer elect, who had not returned from his trip to Man land. He was probably frozen tip bj the cold weather, or blockaded bj snow mid ice. We believe the new officers are a good set of fellows, and will perform their respective duties with satisfactory abili tr. Success to them all. Cold A Query. Duting the recent eold "spell" the mercury i reported at 18, 20. 24. 26 and 28 degrees below zero, within a range of 50 miles circuit; this place be ing the canter. Query: Was the differ ence in degrees of col J noted, real, or onlv the result of inaccuracies, of ther mometer? If the difference was real. why should n few mils separation in the sinie latitude, and apparently und...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 16 January 1864

t Ifl THE INDEPENDENT:" OSKALQOSA, KANAS,;(SJpBDA , JAAjRiTrlfj, &m J jr ' .i f - i M &K .!! I S.FECHHEIMER&CO: WHOLESALE DEALERS IN I. AUPj GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. and JVotionsl NO. 50 MAIN STREET, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. We Invite the Eeciul Attention of All COUNTRY MERCHANTS TO OUR LARGE, WELL-SELECTED, AND VERY" SUPERIOR STOCK. We manufacture our Goads in Philadelphia and are rati- fied we CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD West of Cincinnati. , All Orders Filled Faithfully. J Wo particularly invite all the Merchants and Citizens of Jef- ierson and adjoining CjuiiLcs to Give Us a Trial, 1 As we feel confident we can suit hem in bo,h fXnnw kM7k itMi vim I , riwv VMii&Oo S. F. &, CO. 112tf. 50 Main Street '0 THE CITIZENS OF JEFFERSON GO. BROWN & BEO., Druggists & Apothecaries, 102 Shawnee St.., Below Market House, LEAVENWORTH, CITY, Derirc lo call your attention to their Selected Stock uf l'DKE B'MG!M9 ic. Ac. We Jmve on hind a fine aortment ..( GOAL OIL LAMPS. CHIMNEYS,...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 23 January 1864

BSBs'- c w -v. wc -n- - , nun mBMgg5gj'g KJdW J. W. ROBERTS, S 6 . f !-.- ' ' ;-1 . ""' Jir SebbieS fo SgicqUipe, ccfeb, arts, ..fletas, av)3 Seije. JiUtofaK. ,?Vfc' ,-'I Editor iiMhprietir. $ si Js&faf--siM- VOLUME IF, NUMBER 22. .- 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS, -JANUARY 28. 1864. ,-- v , - O fi tt I T i t8 c WHOLE NUMBER. 178. - v te " ' ' ' ' ' ' " j ' ' " i f i i i mmm md l I - -.. - , i - T -"' - - - - i r - w . W n A1AMAM iTl A(Af VWMVU 55-UlHtf - Oar eye fell span the following from a contriba tar and friend of other jears, Jail in time for this cumber, and though a little late in the year, we re produce it In our column, for it fine sentiment;, and mistake if many an eye doot not crow moist oTerthe retrospections its psriml will call up tlie 'empty chambers of the heart' It will bring to mind. We eepy from the "Aleesage Bird," and hope that or fair correspondent of other days will firor ns again with the production, of her pen : THE DYIXa YEAR. T CAKRir CALDCKWOOD. Thtailvermoou Is...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 23 January 1864

&&!&&. &-. THE INDEPENDEOT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JANUARY 23, 1864. TV lift iUS fe f HfepMfottt OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. 3. V. E0S2HTS. Editor. Saturday, January 23. 1801 r r i i . I "OttT Thunder." The Conservative claims that most . r n.."r'..,..'- ..'. i ot Wov. Carney s message is made up' , . , J b r. i,uuouiuiisuhii miaar that the subject of immigration was pet scheme 'of its own. That i rathei Strang. Lonjr before we ever saw n line in the Conservative on the mbject, wo tilled attention to the matter in the colnans of this journal taking tl. ground that (he South would be open to Northern emmigration as soon as the war was over, and that the tide would turn that tcay urging, upon this basis, the necessity of inviting aad encourag ing immigration to Kansas now. Months afterwards the Confenative called at tention to the subject. Very well. We never thought of boasting 0f this mat ter, nor of accusing the Governor of apptopria'Jng our thunder. The case was 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. — 23 January 1864

'lie ilrprdmt 1 riLlSHEI EVER! tATUBDAT KOli.M.Ntt AT CililooiifJefferson Ccintjr, Kansas. .2tIR3?-5.W.,KOBEHTs', Kditorl "W. DAV, Corresponding Eilitor. Our Bepresentatives. 'Tho .Representatives from this coun ty are thus classified on the Cominuta.b of the House: CoA.-ccKtcrmirnian qf Committee on Accounts. .EK. HuUliiusiU on the Committee oil County-Seats and County Lines. 'M. Barns'is assiynpd to the Commit tee onln'.einal Imjitovcmc-nts fcCrTjic Rev. Mt. Atkiss is crprct td lo preach at the M. E. Church next Sbba:h. mostiitijr r.nd evening, an J to kc'.urqidurinij the evenings of the tveeL following, on the subject of Special Providence. 'A young lad named Gragjj.noph- ew of Jacob Foubion, with whom he is residing, while tiding along just this side of Slough Creek on the Leaven worth road, was thrown Horn his horse oc the horse fell upon him some dys since, injuring him considerable, so that he a-seJM;l?!b for many Lours He i about nguin now. It is thought he and the boy with ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 23 January 1864

-ZxS - ' nrol iS2Sfc r ju THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUKDAY JANUAKY 23, 1864. - s I Hi m i i ! : J fcy ilCi iij nm Mfi S f Fill r.4 il I- El tt I I H M ipilii tt tfo pttlc iOii THE CHILDREN AM) ROBIN- When Mary told this pleasant in ciderit.'Thomas and Edwaid were surprised and delighted beyond meas ure. He brought hij mate to see u! Ohl 1 wish I had been a' home,' said Thomas. Robin is much happier than if he were shut up in a cage,' remaiked Mary. 'And I am sure, we acted mnore generous and honorable part with him than we would have done if we had abused the confidence he placed in us and made him a prisoner for life.' It would have been cruel, I ack nowledge, said Thomas; 'and I am now glad it was not done.' And so am I,' responded Ed Mard. 'Certainly it would have been cruel, my children, said the father, who had" been listening to them. We should never seek for pleasure at the cost of pain, either to our fel low creatures or to any animal. There are higher and better...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 30 January 1864

& --4- --"Vyr f v-. ." ?: . k ;Si rftivsb? j!5 J. W. ROBERTS, 2)ebofe3 fo agietii!ire, cciics, Ms, 'fletos, n?0 fiei ptertfqre. Edilsr aid Proprietor. VOLUME IV, NUMBER 3. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, JANUARY 80. 1864. WHOLE MJMBER. 179. The Indepeiideri & TUEUEi WOKK KXOCGII TO D. The blackbird early learns iu iiert To meet the amiling morn. And gather fragment for iu nest From upUtid, wood and lawn. Tha busy bee that wlu lit way '.Midwel or vari.J hne. At every Bower would mm to j J 'There'! work ccoacn to do.". " The cowi'.ip and the spreading viae. The dasy la the grass, The mow-drop and the eglantine, Preach sermons aa we past. The ant, within its cavern deep, Would bid us labor, too, And writes upon IU tiny heap "Thero's work enough to da.' Tb idtLSU, tt their .Maker's will, "dove on war- In their cars, ForXaturo's bccl Is iiCYer still r'rostess'ure as the stars 1 , . Tbe leaTt- that Cutter in ths air, Un(3 Summer's brtczr:s woo, . On solemn truth to man declare Taere, work enou...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 30 January 1864

--vv-'t 'T-J .. ' " 'r"wpfe.glg m k! THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JANUARY 30, 18C4. & , " A' w i i Wat fuibjMifeat. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS Jt W. ItOBERTS Editor. Sltunlay, January 30. I8GJ Cur Present Duty. From the commencement of the war to the present time, we have taken and maintained the position that our onojComing "beautiful less by degrees." imrpose as a nation should be the de- But it is derived fiotn the Noilh. utiuciion of tho rebellion and the Grm j Strange as it miy seem, the fuel is establishment of the Union under one !no1 'ess fi,ct. lt ' e emy is look jiovernmenl; and that no other qucs-jinJ to r midst for .ud and comfort." tioni should be thrust in lo distract our j'1'"'3 3ear a President is lo be elected; attention or divert our energies from jand though the peace party was over thc one paramount and all absoibingj wlielningly defeated last f.ill evory ,;6e 'where, rot the rebeU hope that by some And what ue in therein agitating ."houk or crook," 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. — 30 January 1864

THE INDEPENDENT:. OSKALOOS A, KANSAS, SATURDAY; JANUARY 30, 1864.- s sn J -' i rusLisnr.D evect satied-iv uoc.mxq at Oiknloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. J. W. P.OBEUTS, Edltorit . A . DAY, CorrcjiOBJhij Editor. Mr. Atkin's Lectures. Our citizens" hare had an intellectual lral in the lectures of llzv. Mr.Atkixs, runi'ing through four evenings since our Usuc. They were designed to ex- j Iifj .he providence of God in ,ter- . .: . . !t CDlfi ruling nu J directing the nations and tv- tnts of the world, as refolded in hitlorv, to s to adrance the great, cause of ti uth and the ultimate triumph of Christianity in the world. Much lescarch itnd thought have been "irt-n to the uubjfct by the lectur er, and he has clothed his' ideas in p propriate language, so that an nudieuce can hardly fail to be highly entertain ed. f3T An old Kaw half-breed soldier, who is said to have been 92 years of age, died at the residence of Mr. F. Sunday, in Siicoxie township a few ni"iits since. When he left the ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 30 January 1864

VJP":;- "5k- P1 P THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JANUAEY 30, 1864. S fcJ 1 i ! !l gsx tte fiiilJ gM, THE LICHENON THE ROCK. F:ir tip tha side of ll:e mountain the naked rock shot ij stili higher. It seemed erv hhli as vou looked upward. Tht rock was even on its face.and was full perpendicular. On its surface were four kind of lichen growing from that whose leaf was very small, to the last which was quite coarje and laige. We some times see such lichen on an old fence, an old tree, an old house. The lace of the huge rock was al most covered with it. As 1 sat down under the shadow of the mountain waiting for my friend, 1 gazed at the lichen, and began to wonder in mv mind what it was created for, and of what use it could be, when I seemed to hear a small crispy voice, far up the rock, calling out, 'Mother, how old am 1?" "Why, my child, you have but just begun to live. You are only eighty years old." "Ami how old rue yon." "J call myself young, for J am on Iv five hundre...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 6 February 1864

rtr, '.T H 'I '''I J u ? f B H H - D lis 3 tfl G8 K b a I i?erib&!? - a-4?- ; -': " " ' 0 ) ? yQTiVT T tm. T? : -; r?r CJ--f-"-sLt -IVJ' Xx Ji Ml. VE Xl JL JbLl ) -' - . : , ''.;. :"-;;- 1;,.-"' ; -.Akji.-j:. . ;..-lJw., --ob.,!:! ... .:., U." L' " rrt"" "- "..... ;..-.. - - . fc -J-.B.lM .?feA5,E003'fiS20 - - T'"Hr;T?nT!PRTr ''" -vlfww A n-.-f.t?.y "" .""' - - : "' ,.-" . ,.' .," ' - iiiii j:ii ii . i i .li ikn.i4 V7.i . . - .. - - -- v- a -w -k . . T - : . . . .'. ?ii ' -II -- - -- . ,- ,.w.-- -jrTJ, v . . . " : : t : - 7 ai- - -... v, . " - -" ,.?, Qof .i.UM W' .4 "Oil! mOtllOr I" tlill cl.n oe enmt .o 1m Itl'i -Mf 4- A .V W 1 i I . iAl'Vitii flnrn. -i,. ..-, :..i VC ...r :"""V." ."" V 3i?A4IIIIJK1U1. The Stolen HiiMr ,.. , ,M7 Q"g .... ii..Hm, we uuuw. "i nave sficn j "i. . -y j -; good news. Sclionrdoes not keep, lo- ' " ; ; i. . IXOTTO JHSEI.FALO.E, . "Sotto iDTMlTsilaneJ' Tfce lillla opnirr Cower tranporto1 crleii 1 ol to Cijtelf klne I bud and bloom; V t "With fracnii.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. — 6 February 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 6, 186. 1H Iti SI! n I i !f Wte ttmfoai OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. I. W. XOBSBTS. Editor. Strunitv, February 6, 186 J. The Situation. At' tlit commtncement of the rebel lioa the rebels claimed nil the slave States as baloagine to tie Confederacy. Wrth acarly a million and a half square miles,and twelve mi lions of population. Now their territory is redac-ed to three riBiidred thousand square miles, and, flares and all, to about four mlllijns of popalatioa. Tbea the threatened Washington, ad it was their intention to prevent the inaaga ration of Mr. Lincoln as Presi dent. Now our largest and best army is in the heart of the Confederacy, and their ablest general know not what 'steps (otake in order to extricate them selves and their cause from impending ruin. . It is gtatifying to look over the field and see what has been done, and the advantage of position now held by our forces. But the lime for full exultation has not jet ariived. The 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. — 6 February 1864

- Ftr ar''' IMfttatof. . roH.tsfxskVnt'sucKDAT'trouiiya at fiatl oil? Jtftfrssr CoHnty, Kin it t. J. W. EOBKKTS, Editor. J. . DAY, Corre'ponding Editor. r t r i.) JUUglWU.-,. ; n.' A series of aifeelinga 'Tiai keen 'in progress during ttie week, of evenings, it the M. . Churcli in this place. The lasrQihrterlj'Medtlng for the current Conference jeir comes off on 8 iturday and'Sabbatli next.. ,Rer.;L. D, PrIck. Ereiding.Blder,i oe present. n f m- iii . . Deputy District Attorney. l-(at friend JtrbpaSPAiDisajof Grnss hopper Falls, has received the ppoiiit raent of Deputy District Attorney for this county. 'Mr. Ida lias made the selection for the place. We congratu late" the Judge. C7" Our mail may be returned in 'the lanunge of the 'Kentucky constable 'NiH cgnuatabus up a stumpahus." Sometimes wegel , litem aatl sometimes we don't; and this week, since Monday, we don't. It is said all the coaches Hre detained above, but whe'lier by mud or water, or something he, uc are not advised. As...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 6 February 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKAXOOSA, JLrVNSASSAWDURBAiY EEBRTJARXI6,I1SJST I i 1 t 'il if ft IM. I b m J'. P?1 tf get fle iftl $a& TUEBROKEN FLOWER POT- FROM "THECAXTOXS.1 Pislttratus,ihe young hero, push ed his- mother's favorite flower-pot out of the window, in mischief, and told the truth about it.l From that lime 1 first date the hour when felt that 1 loved my faiher,nnd knew that he loved me; fiom that time too, he began to converse with me He would no longer, if he met me in the garden, pass bv with a nod and a smile; he would stop, put U book iu his pocket, and though hi talk was often above my compie nension, still, somehow, I lelt happi er and better, and less of an infant when 1 thought over it, and tried to puzzle out the meaning; lor he had a way of suggesting, not teaching; j.ultinjf- thinjrs into my- head, and then leaving them to woik out their own problem?. Not long after this, Mr. Squills made me a present far exceeding in value usually bestowed on children; it was a bea...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 13 February 1864

' " ' HI 1 H 9 M i B Si I - 1 I I' m 1 Il h M W w-& $'M W m i -; s- JL y m 3 I i I 1'' s f 1 i ;iil 11 111; ( fft - - . risssaMtfi . J. W. ROBERTS. i t-" nrr-T SeboieS to agiciliity Jcclb, fittfs, ebos, Seijehii iielrtfiifc. Editor nRtl Proprietor. VOLUME IV, NUMBER 25. '3R' OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, FEBUUAEY 13. 1864. c Ufa. THOLE NUMBER. 181. ..?-. - - a -n : jy - f -'' a " - -- ...-.- -M... ,. -.. ,. . ..... . n.i -.. ..,.. ... - . ,, ,. . ,i, -, TOivi? .--.,- i W jirjB . -- - -- . . Jfrlttfell J0Jfbg THE REP300F. et bilkx c. oiac. Whisper It ioflT, When nobodj ticir, "" Let not those accents Fall harsh on her ear. She is a blossom Too tender and frail For the keen blast The iitlleis sale. Whisper it petitlj-, v ." TVill cost thee no pain ;". Gentle words ratelr ; A re Fpn.cn Iu vein; Threats end reproach; The ftattjorn may move Jfoblo the cnnqucxt Aided by lore. '.Vhispcr It llmllj, Twill paj U.ce to know Peultaat tear-drops Down her cheeks Son Has she from virtue Wandered astray? ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 13 February 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13, 1864. -&-K i u it II tV.r M. Mil -? 1 y i r- .- IN I' '!. .& !&' ' l,t i S r sal 1 dl -IiJ fe iy &i.i CJil ?l OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. ECBERTS. Editar. Saturday Febrnarv I'J, 180 J. Unblushing Greediness. Mr. Emi-ry, n member of the House from Douglas county, has introduced a bill into the legislature to extend the boundaries of his county across the Kaw ovtr into this and Leavenworth counties, taking the rich bottom lands all to herself: Under any jcircum stances this rapacious greed would be inexcusable and ill-mannered. But when it is remembered that so far ns our county is concerned (and we be lieve the same of Leavenworth) we have been at the expense of keeping the whole district of country proposed to be taken from us during past yisars, and receiving no return from taxes on the land, and now that the railroad .is to run through this land nnd it soon become .taxable, Douglas steps in and says : "I will t...

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