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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 13 February 1864

- Shi Jiiitymiilrai. I rLDLIMItE ILVJ.UT StTCRDAT MOBXI.NO AT 0tki!oesi. JefenoH Comity, Kansas. loeni SHiT)Cif. 'S annrehpnf?rtl fV,. n .... .... 4, "" "ueriuiMs. When the history of Us war w writ.en bv the Pi-n of an unbind l.isiorian. it will bo recorded that the administration of Gun Swing in the District of the Border was eminently vise mii Judioious. I, will stand the tests of time. Thrre was a grand jolificilion over u" eiCCl,on 0 ov. Carney to the Sen ale at. Topeka, on Tuosiav nilu. L L U,!wkins.Ti,3-lor has been appoin-cd r '" U!"1 Jioron,s fr Kansis, vico County Seat. , Chesty Thomas. He is spoken of ru a We have said but little o.i local mat- jman wel1 qualified for the'posiiiou. Ter since we camo" to the County, be-1 'Mad, madder, maddi-st I s,.i. : I- - . swm.i ia ... r H.e Ueliiig manifest! by the friends of , J. W. ROBEirTS, Editor. J. V . DAY, Corresponding Editor. nmNT: OSKALWSASAS, SATURnIEBRUARY.i:3, 1864. 7 GENULNE L'KEl'Ai.ATIOXS. rV..,,.. r v. v.,, ut? , Ll ,0...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 13 February 1864

'l - - I I ' ' ' I , M, J U I JggggfcMBMBfc &&. THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13, 1864. IS ,& fr mt m 1.1 M Hi i m x, Ifi :iJ RmL!) Hill THE BROKENFLOWERPOT. from "T;incA.TO.vs." - produced mv treasure, and the shopman was liberal in his commen dations. "It is 'always well, my boy , to know what a thing is worth, in case one wishes to part with it. Ifjny vouni; ireraleman gets lird ot his plavthing, wiiat will you givehim for'iti" 'Whv, tir," said the shopman,"! fear we could not alTnrd to give more than eighteen shillings for it, unless the young gentleman took some of thc'fe pretty things in ex change." Eighteen shillings!" said my fath er. "You would "Tvcyhat? Well, mv bov, whenever you do grow tir ed" of vour I ox, you have my leave to self it." My iatherjiaid his bill, and went out. I lingered tielvtna, a iew, mo ments and joined him at the endjjt the street. "Papa! papa!" I 'cried, clapping my hands, "we con buy the gerani umwe can bsiv the ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 20 February 1864

"4 J--gia-'u... --s---., ia.Am-' r i . t ' .- 75"""",w" &" " Bfc W-- i r - ,, " 1777""""" ' BBBBW 1 "" - f V fvl BS ""-Py . "l I .MSSJip IU WMIMlHHMiWl"! HIM lMfP.j,,iigi, , ,m 'ltMMlM'JiHJM illWWWPimlfW-ll Ssm I W , , "m' . vjt -ys$r ,: , -A-JlA VA'V v JLJLjlicy ' -? .- rT3 i" - i 'VV - fej- Gt SSV " A. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' a A -s . J. W. ROBERTS, SO) iV" r - !,.''.! Edilor:an!''PwpriPtor.r; , VOLUME IV, NUMBER 20. -j.' OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 20, 1864. ! WHOLE iNUMBER. 182. !' Si, J 3.) i :- ' ,. ,m r .. ? - .. : : : ' ' i If T . , . .. . w ' j i .; ' - g t - ,.' ,, s DK A D. V EKXTlfe, li RlRiL EW-TOKKl.Ui Tbrn r tiding of a battle. 3IaoT vldln braro arc fallen ; It my darllncT, think joa, ljinj - On the fearful battle.plaln ? Are Uioae nut-brown locka dyad rrimioB f ' Vita, bla life-blood in Ita flow T Oh ! my Father, lock with pity On a widowed mother'a woi. a. Hark! a oewaboy alirilly crying, Aa he aalftly hurriea on, 'Tliare'a another battle fought. And a Union victory won.1...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 20 February 1864

-&T - THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20, 1864, 15 II ?m I i:rj EH H51 Wilt f Hdcjttutat OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. EOBEST5. Editor. Saturday, February SO. ISO J. The Senatership. We have taken no adiva part in the Senatorial quarrel, having no "friends to reward, and no enemies to punish." Because tbere was a division of opinion on the question in tlie public tnind, we favored the postponement of tlia elec tion until next winter; and ret we aro full persuaded the election should tafcej place a rear ui.auvauco ol the lime me Senator elect is to take bis feat. He needs tims to prcpire for bis duties and to arrange his business. But this froth and fury oter the mat ter is sheer fully and madness. If the people are outraged by the "fraud," certxitily they alieady know :t, or can easily find it out without nil this ado. It reminds us of : school boy anecdote, which we condense asTolIows: Two boys, Jim and Tom, were not on very good terms, and Jim was de sirous th...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 20 February 1864

- -V - y mri fiiiimlfMt.!.- P-l 4 'Oslfflodsa, Jciremiri Co only, Kaiisns. I2H3; WfJif; :t .iiuiu: a. r '. h 3 : -.. ; J. w. noBEirrs, KJitor. J. - UAV, Corre!K)iiJins Editor. ,"IC .w itSddieri Aid' Society. ' ? " 'Tlfc OskalotfSa 'Soldiers Alii SouiJtv will meet at Mis. A. II. Wyati's on Sat urday .the 20il(.M It is important llialall iliV'membiirs sliould a'totid. ;' .' Douglas County 1 " . .The Attempt of litis Conn')- torob ours is one of the strange things incident to Kansas legislation. There is no rrason orit fit all except ' selfish "greeBinc'ss. Itis a point-blank attempt at jobbery, -and nothing shorof it.' There is .no 'clritn.sct up" for a' new county; but it is the bandit's demand iakin" from a neighbor by force.-williout his consent. 2fo honest man ought to introduce such abill we do tit) belitve a strictlv Lonesl.ni.in would do it,,., ,- If the pr'opoii'ion was to make a new count- ,because ours was too lap'p, it 'would bean emit oly different qunstion; Mmt it is noth...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 20 February 1864

T wt"rrrx SK-tC V -il THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 20, 1864. 'I 'M $? I II 1 i 4 tkc f ittte $& COPPER, ZINQLEAD ANDTIN- What is Copper? Copper is a very useful metal of a reddish, brown color; as may be seen in a new cent. It is butjeight times heavier than water. It i eas ily wrought into sheets.or into cook ing and other vessel. "Does Copper easily ru l? It does; and the rust of it, green and having a disagreeable oder, is called Verdigris. Copper in sheets is often used to cover the bottoms of ship. Why is Copper tojied? Because it is Miioolh, and passes easily through water, and also pio- tects the wood which it covers from cei tain. worms that would else bore into it. AieCooking Vessels mads of Cop per f They aie, but are generally lined with tin; if any acid like vinegar is put into an untinned copper vessel, it makes the lust ot copper, which is a poison. Poisons taken into the stomach create sickness, and some times cause death. How is j copper ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 27 February 1864

1--v, t ' ' ;. A. v .!-' -. " W- i ttammim? -----1 ' ar3" j-- - ' & ,i?o .- -.t -.3 - sjswwwt : J. W. ROBERTS, l-;. -VOLUME IYV NUMBER 27. ' - v , ? ' ' ' ' " . . , , .i'j.C... :. ; ... OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 27. 1864, - ;(f S ' ifmm. " WHOLE NUMBER. 183. .- &-,.- 'ill 1 1 II ''it i 1 n-T y!L V7 JL JL fc SS3k - - . . i t HP . py; i n hi ii B3g- - , i , -7 Wji JEiiif av--w gpf "i fr f ' "r - - fiteM Itato. .OAV I CAY .TIE T VX TO SIKKP. In the quiet nnrssry chnmlxr, fiaowy pillows ytt unpreued, See. the foras of little children, KnoeUn, white-robed for tholr rest. All in qufet nursory chamben, , While the dusky Udow creep, Hesrthe voices of the children, 'Jfow I lty me down to jleop." lu the meadow, on the mountain, Calmly ahtne the winter tars, Bat aerou the gHsteuio- low-lands Slant the moonlight's siirer bars. In the silence .and the darknets, Darkness growlug still more deep, I utcn to the little children. Trajinj God their souls to Seep. 'If wo die" so pray tho chil...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 27 February 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY EEBEJJAEY 27, 1864. JSW S-T V t-r -V if "?JCfe :!l I lt Ste giifepitoi OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. 7. BOBE2TS. Editor. Saturday, February 27, 136 J. The 2ebel States. There nreia; certain' class of-poliii ci.ins vtlio labor incessantly to prove tl).it t!u' Slates embraced in tlio Confederacy- are actually and leg illy in the Union. This dogma is.quito popular willi ceitnin conservative men, who rea snn tl.nt n Sln! ... !,.nlU' p,-ro,ln -."-' ! and hence ennno' legally got out of the Union. On this hypothesis, they chum that the seceded Stntcs are still in the Uniun, am! lo acknowledge them out of the Union is to admit the right of secession. .'The fallacy of this argument coiimsIs m ignonngars. Legally a State cin not secede forcibly il may. Suppose the Confederacy should obtain its inde pendence, would the. States composing it be still in the Union ? Certainly not. They would not gel out legally, howev er, but by force by revolution; and revoh...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 27 February 1864

-iii, -11 MMfnrii-iniWtWn 11 hjhji . . w - THE DEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, EEBRUARYc27i 1864.T S)tf i-nj).nu1rjt kri'CUUkIt.Vij:v-SATLBJ4T KOBmXO AT Oiknloosa, Jefferson Comity, Kansas. ' L8SaJ epJirtiTjCfjl' 'J. V. nOBEKTS, Editor. J. V. DAY, Conpomliiig Editor. . - ei.JuflSe Day. Tuelhlrslinleliiguce from Mr. Da left hi:n in New Orleans, enjoying the bloom and balmy breeses of spring. "When lie left lie made anangements to aorrespond for tliis paper; but on reach ing the post of du'y, bo learned that there was a standing older prohibiting an officer in the blanch of tbo service to which he belongs from being the correspondent of a newspaper, and he dos not wish to viol-tie nny" rules of the service.. Hence, we shall not have any correspondence from him, as we had expected. - - - A Daily Kail. Congress' 6hould immediately estab lish' a daily mail route bum: Lenten worlU.city to Tupeki tid Oakaloosa. It is only tight, and reomble that this i siiouiq oe none, etrun a rout...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 27 February 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY FEBRUAKY 27, 1864; I?i W h? !H M l i II s i ai 1 i ;S 1 am got ite Htt? $dk A HARDEN FULL OF WEEDS. Father, ,1 ilon'll'ike to go to school,' said Harry Williams one morning.! wish you would let me always stay at home. Chailes Par kcr's father don't make him go to 5chooI.' Air. Williams took Wis- little boy I iy the hand, and said kindly to him, Cotw, my son, 1 want tohov you something in the garden.' Hairy"" walked into the garden wilh his lather, who led him along until they came to a bed in which peas were'growing, the vines sup ported by thin branches that had been placed in the ground. Not a weed was to be aecnabout their root?, nor even disfiguring the walk around the bed in which they had been planted. See how beautiful these pen's are groving,my son, -caid Mr. Williams. How clean and healthy the vines look! We shall have an abundant crop. Now let me show you the vines in Mr. Parker's garden". We can look at them through a great, ho...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 5 March 1864

jsssn -; . nr ;.!: o'i 4,1 nt.,,. ..... 'i -i ;-?S'0 t .'-; (Jo , ;' J-- ; el luir c r ;. - ' -'iJ m(j .-,.-, . isj.uq nBrtasoi-a.if! J -.'r) id4 i,' i j, ..-?- ; . , , ., -un4 '. ? -tf.uC .'I S& SM: rr --? a 3t s rc?" vs? hi. 3i. '-sM iii. r -. J. W. ROBERTS, v.! M ,,p." .-,..-, ,r.Y -.?:t'' -. ,Yav i .i.a ,w .. r:mm 3mMh -Mws, Ws: ichs, -m earn- mmt-zrf . tjcts ---.-- ;. i . ---,.- !i-;! r ,-,f -- s. ti ' Editor and Propfc'ar. '; -3P --JJ 'Tyi''YEl'f HTft'f V! ' YOLUME JV, NUMBER 28. " ' -f ' f ' x .' " M 'i - J I "' I I m IV r 't J ' JfT T" " -"- - -- "- -- - , l'J,-.,I5JI, ) t .(.j i , ..l' T l - ' 'A. '-' t.. .- ui-jii . t'iiiv ' ; i T .-! ". aiai..-" 's a-i . i r fmw a . . . . . - ... ;.-1 .. i ..- -T' . vt . ., '-'-' -..?-. i. r- u . 'isiKi.i. .Mafva k rr m r - w k vv w o ' .--- trii i ;i:.r. .:.-:';: ..: ".;..',osealoosa;kansa iuRCH;5. ijTtL CHOLErKUMBER'lSl. v-'izi? -r . . - . ' r' t it ' ' ..'., J : jj lis'? I - ' - ..' . I - . 3 "., -1 - i -!.' .-; -. r - i 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. — 5 March 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MARCH 5, 1864. . J m II ' W L iiii Sh )fepttfeut. Democracy. ' 0f the thing from beginning lo entl. If The old leaders of the Democratic it does not, its day of usefulness in Kan- Ii is SHid that Kdp.Urick la got in Lee's tear with his cavalry, and is re, OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. VT. EOBEHTS. Editor. Fr unlay, March 5. 1861. Exsicised. The Conservative is considerably ex ercised over the fact that vc took back our censure of the Legislature on be ing convinced that we had been mis taken in reference to the work it was doing. We are not surprised at this; for it is notoriously the practice of that journ-il never to correct a statement made in its column, nfter it is cletrly demonstrated to be incorrect; and we presume the reason is that it has an idea theio is something dishonorable in giving the truth in regard lo a mailer about which the editor had been mis taken or in error. We think, on the contra, that it is not only honorable to correct...

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 March 1864

z zn r i rr.wf dh.riM.pm.ttnt jh rCSLISHKD EVEET SATCBDAT MOEMNQ AT Sikiloisi, Jcffcrsii CsiDtj, Kmsai. i-Joci Seprth)6f. 3. W. ROBERTS, Editor. J. V DAY, Corresponding Editor. The fair Grounds. It ilioulil bo remembered by all our citizens, that to-day (Saturday) is de signated us the time to attend to set ting out trees on tlie Fair Grouud. We trust every citizen will be ready to aid fa the work. The trees ought to be oat; but don't tuffer the woik be done by a few. Let every good citizen come oat, with the proper tools And put the work through in good ityle. County Seat. A bill passed the Legislature to the effect that another vote shall be taken in this County in reference to the estab lishment of the County Seat. We think it unfortunate that our County should be distracted nnd divid ed by a local contest at this time. There has certainly never been a period 'when we needed to be united more than at the present time. We think, too, that any candid mind, iu tooling over the field...

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 March 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MARCH '5, llMl ! a 'A li i n&tASt M T3-. 1 IJ8J got m mgm. A YOUTHFUL ROBBEK. . IIY ALI.K.N SI. SCOTT, A. 31. Many a reader, whose eyes mnv rest on these lines, and who first saw the "sweet light" in Tennessee or Kentucky, will remember the Kev. John Crai.r. This cenlleman was of the Methodist perfusion, of ine original AsLury scliool, and he, like most others of that denomina tion at the time to which we allude: was noted alike for his plainness of uicsa uuu a strict ana open reprool oi siu in wnat lorm soever it made its appearance, and under anv and all circumstances. Mr. Craig was one of the first preachers to visit the section called Middle Tennessee, now so populous aim powenui, Dut then,(in 1501,) a mere wilderness. He was an itin erant preacher. His circuit extend ed irom Powell's Vallev, east of the mountains, to the extreme Western settlements on the Cumberland and Duck rivers. The settlements of the white man were "few and ...

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 March 1864

ffl 0 & h py -m t .itttlHMii'iftr'tg tt(3 , -fe-r3l . -t 'Jftj J J. W. ROBERT& cboie3 io SgicqhqrA Icclmics, frfs, ftetos, wo ae!?ers(i liteWtfitre. Editor and Proprietor. T. a . i fiB a v i 1 s rirvia.Tl s-ri - . ?a d a m ra &3 a n ia ss a mm m r r m m- m- m jM i i a s fi i f i i , & n h ft - . .. - .h m a m e. i bs yfaa . i 3cstp MiBBL.- . ' ' VOLUME'!?, NUMBER 29. I HONEST AND J II ST. Who shall judge a roan from manners? V lio shall know lilm by his dress 7 Paupers may be It for prince, Princes lit for soaicthii g less. Crampled shirt and dirty Jacket May becloihe the polJcn ore Of deepest thought and feeling ( Satin Test could do no more. Thero are sprint of crystal aecUr, Erer welling out of slono; There aro purple buds and golden, Hidden, crushed and OTerthrown. God, who counts by soul, not drosses, loves and prospers yon and me, While lie thJiisj thrones the highest, But as lobbies In the s?n. Man upraissd above his Minns, Oft forgets his fellows then : -Mast...

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 March 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MARCH 12, 1864. Iffi rti PI I fe fMepuM OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. 'fin S. W. BOBEET5 Editor. Fa-unlly, March 12. IStff. Jhe Vext President. A effort, which appear to be somc wlint systemntised, is beiu. put forth by certain parties to cieale a division ntnong the friends of the Got ernmcnt.on the Presidential question. This is all wrong. In the very nature nf thing?,! it canntt be otherwise than that Mr Lincoln should bare hosts of friends; and unlets there is danger in entiusting him loader with the administration of the affairs of the nation, it is evidently beit to uuiie upon bim as the candidate of the friends of the Union rind govern ment. Unity of action is what we need now; and we certainly regard the ruin who tries to divide us at this lime, as an enemy to the cause of Xatlonal preserva tlon. He may not Intend to be so, but he is, nevertheless. The rebels hope more from our dh i ion on this question than they do from their array in the 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. — 12 March 1864

C . SIw gfnifopwitarf. vvnusuistEXui.rtBiTi.nvA -- .iu ai 1-linMklvn OitaloBsi, Jffffrsou Coonfrr Kansas. ' r Joqi geflfijfcijf. i: J. TV. ROBERTS, Editor. Change of Judicial District. . 1 Thisrcounly and Jaclson have been " detached from the First and urited with the Third Jndicinl District. We pub lish tbeacl in this number. We sec no good reason for the change. Our Dit . . .... 3 , , tnet Court will come off one week later -than i under the former arrangement Ml-.,..i:. i.--., ":-.' -......, :uu. -u iii.urij.- Part.es interested should mke a note of hub ciianjre. The Temperance Meeting On Wednesdnr evening was well at tended considering the inclemency of he weather, md steps "were taken to organize a permanent Sicietv. The 1nriir, vraa .rnn-l hv m nr- l.L.,. .,.,,11... i 1-'-.. .-; r .7 "i . J ti. .: ...ir . . eui. mi! uieetiu auj.aii;cu 10 mcei i on next Wednesday evening, to perfect .1. -.: A,:A .r .. C :...u We hone our cltizt-n will -,'1 i,U ne hope our CItlZfns will a.I take...

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 March 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MAECH 12, 1864. I If! If S 'St 1 life '1U - iiitf, r raw h? HI I ft p? $& A YOUTHFUL ROBBER. nv ALLEN M. SCOTT, A. 51. JMr. Craig then prayed with and for the astonished young man, and took an affectionate leave. Thiity long years have elapsed. West Tennessee is a wildsrness no more. The pale face had felled the forest. The red man had quitted his hunting ground, and they were chequered off into a thousand fur rowed fields. Mr. Craiij was now an old man. His locks were white WW a ! t 1 ns wool, liis cniiuren ana grand children had grown up around him, and children of his spiritual charge surrounded nun, like waving wheat Reads in the harvest field. One sunny eve in Autumn, as the old preacher sat in the midst of the family group, it was told him that a gentleman was at the gate, who wished to speak with him. He went out, and saw an elderly man, neatly dressed, tiding a fine horse. The stranger aked for accomodations for the night. Thi...

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 March 1864

r? ES ""em - . " - -, - - - - . mm. -2 mt B M m epeo jinlmtp . Qn&it .rmJAyZQ ,1 ?-a v 'J J. W. ROBERTS, "OF Tsw tiAJfi.' ScbofeS fo agieiliil-e, jecics, &H& fctog, qi)3 Several Iftehjfjg!' & r1 .ij; jxX' J. J- Editor aid Prtfricler? VOLUME IV, NUMBEE 30. OSKALO0SA, KANSAS MARCH 19, 1864. .,! WHOLE NUMBER..' - 4t' 'a " " BMgMtg'iaBieiiiiiarMii - , - TJ" i ' - ... I ..- Thou solitary, wajwari, restless hssrt, Ksgsr, bewildered seeker after rest, Wrapped in thy pride ai:d sorrow far apart. Sad cjnlc, In a poor icdlflerenco dressed: -Hear! for I have a message unto thee, My brother, my belorcd there is a light Eren for thy closed ej es ! a niolody That shall out sing all terror of the night. Forsake the burdens thou hut made and bound, Put on the garments of a little child ; In silent faith and pure obedience foand, Simple and meek, with spirit undented. Know lore surrounds th:e, lite tho unseen air; Love that redeemed thee infinite, dlriue ; And mortal pity lons thy gr...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 19 March 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MAECH 19, 1864. sift wz 31 Ste nflcpmM OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. ?l?urdty, March 19, 1 861 The Indigs. We publish bj request (and cheer fully as a matter of news) the proceed ings of the indignants in this place ou Thursday evening of last wek. It will be seen by that report that we have 19 indignants in this region of country, but it is worthy of uote that uot one of them will consent to tie to Lane they txpressly say iheir indig nation is not in his behalf, lest the public should be led to conclude they belonged to him, and like -poor Trayf be punished for being found in bad com pany. The whole thing is the most hollow sham that folly could wrap itself in. One of the indignants said the next day that he did uot know but Carney was or would be his Grst choice for Senator, "and yet he had denounced the legisla ture for giving him his probable choice a little iu advance! That is somaliim; singular. But "the whole thing is s...

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