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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 19 March 1864

pmmKm THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1864. sr l ,I& ,MppMi "aTUCLISIIEDEVE&T SATCBUJIT UOn.NIXG AT fikalocosa, Jefferson Connly, Kansas. t?r0$Cp2(titywt .SI: .- J. IV. ROBERTS, Editor. County Seat. We had hoped that the canvass on the County Scat question would be conduct ed on fair and open principles, and ac cording to the merits of the case. But 'we fear this will not be clonr. It seems that pureiy selfish consideration out weigh every thing else in the minds of some persons, and any means or any - kind of promises are resorted to in order to secure an end. . 'What will the honest portion of the citizens of the County think of a delib--erato plan to deceive to say to one class of citizens, we will eppose the change of county lines and never con sent to the surrender of one inch of ter ritory; and to another class promise 'with equal assurance that the county shall be divided, cut up into two coun ties, witli a county scat in each end. To one porti...

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 March 1864

"- " " "-.Ri'-TVS--- Fj IV THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MARCH 19, 1864. m 9 ' r RSi! B! m l-SSI t sjjs"" .": gtt tte pttle Jfdk. LITTLE rPITCffERSl&lTIl GREATSARS.!; 'Mother,' said little Agnes, 'what made you marry father?;jgYou told Aunt Charlotte you hadjill'the mo ney.' Hush, child! what are you talk ing about? I did not say so?' Whv. ves. mother, vou said he vea "noon and had1 vou thought of "--i being burdened with so many coun try 'cousins,' as you call them, you never would have had him. Don't you like AuntPhaebe,and Aunt Pol ly, and Aunt Judy? I'm sure I do.' Why, Agnes, "you are crazy, 1 believe! When did you ever hear your mother talk so? Tell me in stantly!' Yesterday, ma, when I sat in the back parlor) and you and aunt in the front one. I'm sure you did so, dear mother; and I pity you very much; for you told aunt there was a time.before 1 was born,when fath er drank too much; and then, you spoke of the 'pledge,' and said how glad you were that the te...

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 March 1864

J fei&fe..-,5-'' ' S2UA)I tA93:0 -u .v1 .: .jj Jt&'.M- m R J. W. ROBERTS, Eilittr aid -.- a KWJ'a' !- i . -Xav jfcmf r& 4 - - 'iir TOLUMklV, NUMBER 31. 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS MARCH 26, 1864. WHOLE NDMBEB. 187. The I T1 H OHM! fl fWi :lu Jiatl ' i r. .. i . f ma - li' frlwfea XAGBALE!D8 PBAYEH. . it rar talks. O, Father, I am weak ! An ontcaat, suffering with want and woe, The hot tear en bit cheek ; Thou mj deep tin, my penitence dott know. O, Father, 1 am weak! Beaeb forth Thy hand and draw me nearer Theo ! My poor, blind heart doth seek Thee In 1U darkneu, strufgltiig to be Tree. O, Father, lamvUe! Frostrate In the dust I Tell my throbbing brow. From the elond o'er me, emtio ; -ForcWe the guilty, wronged one, eeu now. Aye, Father, 1 am vile, Tet he who lured me on to tin and ahame Walks proudly forth, meanwhile -"Sits among men, no blight upon hit name. For him, too, him, I plead. ?He threw me from him, e'en tho' once he (wore To call me wire: oh lead -Him to Thy feet we me...

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 March 1864

"S? v-'i THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MAEOH 26, 1861. -r i-j . Ik I ttli b i e m HE Wit fcmknt OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. -J. ?.V. HOaKTS. Editor., Sa'nnUy,' Marcli' 20ij8(; i. One of the most discouraging fea tures of the present nation! crisis is the unutterable selfishness of a kire poo Hon of those engaged.oujiesjdcof the Government. Of traitors and- opper heads we' could' expect hStliing-. c-Ther wouIdiuTn the country for' the Iovoofj pirty or t!:o hatred of political oppo nents. Ilutof the friends of the Utiiun we have' a right to expect better things; j let how Hie?' We see men every- whore se'king.forj places of pioCt. . 7"ie qustipa, at Led I J. tt AT1 I i . . " "Uli "wwcairoasqsorc.my;couii - . J,,,,.,.,,, . J, ,i, - , - j;.i .if there isaceaseIfS3ffort l6.rSf?tfn ? where .money icai) be.1majr.,;SshMb ness rules the houri ill itjjlly.ifccrasuu though tlia rebels isffcTe more se'At'acn ficing;for ,'treasbn lh'.fn';oU? pt-ojile'-for tIieiirGovernment'.j ' We. hear if...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 26 March 1864

'V , ' - ftfltf dhvfomilr ,." ffcH? iiMiK Iji,.; i--i .Hn r i'lJIiV S I'L'DLISIIEU EVLET S . .1 7&, sXiTLfS'1 usKaiosi.fqenp $aeji likcftrttyeiiifr huh HIJl?v33V. flbKT.tdnofiPfl'.j J .ic.oiWI ,t!I 0.1 .,) II Probate Court. ftiiefatxteiegulafi 4feriij.of .the Pro; Ule'JCcfiftt forJlhis.-iCoubry will-com'-i rlJ.ii"f"iAtitii.' 'iili:i II CIIVU Ull AMVillKt j ii:iui -s.u. A aillTIB 1, ,vmg business in said Court , ill do V..4Ro-rtmeabertrii!;ieJVV) " ji 'ia Temperance JJeetinjr.-' '"". ' ivo I i".' "ii.H .in. n 1'hej Temperance-. Mfetitipwa-po3t, jo-ied from Init ."Wednesdii'evening rn'.il next Wednesday evening, when i: is floytcizV)itTe nut. Addresses may be expected, and ihacfJIcersof'lhe Society are'to'bo i l.f'-7cfr vl n: L '"', '"'"11 "Uil.U!l! . .1. ' ...T, .. . .. ti'l mil ',u 'vi' , I'i'j J'J - i. .t"i;. The, Election.' '.ir ('(me.) off next Monday 'LcVJcverj oroa;atllie,'pibitV:'''''-1' - .'J . - .n' 'Y;U- IWiiI'-"' 7" oavrrl4G. , '.vri nit " -''ii 3r. I ts.Jfcfieivdx; ge...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 26 March 1864

s - rft3 r'ir nuimwfn) THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MARCH 26, 1864. ' -jLrr v yy ,' ft IK1 ill ill 111 P tit ill, : ff i i ft: hi i'i i I i PARABLE FOr GfflLDREN. The following parable, translated from the German of Krummacher, illustrates a veiy important truth. We extract il from the National Magazine: On a fine Autumn day, Richard was keeping his twelfth birthday. He was the son of kind and pious par ents, who had gii'en him a large num ber of presents of different kinds,and had allowed him to-day to invite a party of friends. They were playing together in the garden, in which Richard had a small garden of his own, with flow ers and fruit trees in it. On the gar den wall there were growing some young peach trees.which were bear ing fruit for the first time. The fruit was just beginning to ripen, and the red cheeks were showing through the delicate bloom which covered them. .They looked so beautiful that the toys began to long for them. But Richard said, "My father...

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

X ' y4B- 2fSAEG0A$$V s .seta. 3 r"lSSOS .w ,t J. W. ROBERTS, risf-H w aMrPMrielr. . ? Jm&- -w ?fc -J wae n l. -at. 4 j; Sebofed io ictifiic, ?ectfl.ic$, &tfs, cte, K)3 Gerjetyi ilteiie. . h ' f. 3Wt jnt. . .., ' . . U - T c v v f rf.j. - V, VOLUME 17, NUMBEB 31. . ,' i - -I. s 1 - OSKALOOSA, KANSAS APEIL 2, 1864. WH0I NUMBER. W. .vis . 1 " ?. --,:-:.7 ,wh --' w 7 . -'V Mm Mm m wm- - W ,fl m -n-Sr mhk2v "" " -' -- jw -Aft- aaaw. saV flk. V' 9Sfc. L: . MX. KL HirBBw Pl- k. arscwSBBw: -Bwsw Bv BF . -TVTi , - Y ':,.' 'V . - -" " ' . . i "" i -' J 1 Ail 1 a .i0 I t - W - I r . i t - t . - - i CFCX v rsf.n jTfbfM THE LOYAL. BEX8CRAT. BT A. H. DCA1IKC. The following lisea vera writUa at an early stage of the war, and the prisdples they aet forth were thea la advance of poblic MBtimdnt, bat are now a part of the nation's bMorr; and the quettiont aiked are all being answered In favor of Freedoai : If oath not to ate yoar Union rant, NorgloM Bine oars with loyal oaatt Who stands this ...

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

5? " THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY APEIL 2, 1864. i m 1 (I 1 I! lte fitjifent OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. --Saturdy,,..ApriI 2, I8f4. '! ' Xepnbliean State Convention. The Republicans or Kansas, and all others who support the policy of the National AdminislrationJa suppressing the present rebellion, wijrmeet in State Convention at Topeka, On Tfcunday, April SIst. 1884, for the parpose of selecting Delegates to the National, Republican t'onvenuon, to be. held at Baltimore, Jane 4th, 1864, to nominate (candidates' for President and Vice President of the United States. The basis of representation will be one .Delegate from each Representative District in the State. Primary meet ings will be held in each Representative District oh Saturday, April 16:li, to se lect' the above Delegates, ' ' Chester Thomas, Chairman State Central Committee. iSidney' Clarke, Sec 'y pro tern. !In' accordance with the 'above call, and acting by Judge Day's request in liis stead 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. — 2 April 1864

- TrouffDjsgEypEMF: oskaloqsa: tAtimmiiMWfcmiW ffi& ,vU nfc$mftmi. : t ruBLi?ntD eveut satuedat Jiouxixa at flsfcnlpcsa, Jefferson Connly, Kansas. jCociti . 2kmrftyci)f. j. v. ROBERTS, Editor. Probate Court. .. The next regular terra of the Pro- .Itate Cpur't for' this County will com- jiience on 'Monday, April .'4lh. Parlies li tving business in said Court will do . well to remember fliq lime. Agricultural Notice. A mating of the Jefferson County " Agricultural Society will bo held in Oskaloosa, on Monday, May 2J, at 10 o'clock A-St., at tlieAClerk8 office. A fulrnttendenceof-'i!ie Board requested, , as business of importance is to be. " "tratisacted. .'mi '-!' h C. B. McClellak, Pres't. f.-, ...,., ..!ihe County Seat. .'onday' was any thing but a pleasant vJajr.'itjIt snowed and blowad, aud blow .Jjjand' snowed from morniug until night' .'Consequently many person were deterred from coming to the polls; ''50!roters in this township did not get out.Vand At least 200 in 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. — 2 April 1864

-5.-"'""' r r,Sv'" wr jBtLAmrvrm mm toji frM M THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY APBlL 1864: - ) '1 i Bl IiUTTON HOUES ta t& u a ? v-' M.R DDTTONt Proprietor. .vins recently fitted up, t jhnre newtouse, which is pit tb flourishing i1 fnmi'hcd the inntly Ideated at iiM mmw ttftf Afterson County, is now ready to aociaotdact 'the Havering public. NO' PAINS WILL BE SPARED. to reader atifaetloata all who t may favor him with a tall, and endeavoring to keea no to the motto of I J f J "UVEJLXD LET LIVE" , GOOD STABLING, unci acarefrJl'iaaa aCWatsob hand to attend the sScHHEiMER&CO. WHOLKSALE DEALERS IN GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, - .1 -rtWama JYiffinnmu, NO. SO MALN STREET, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. We Invite the Especiul Attention of All .-COUNTRY MERCHANTS " Toofcn LARGE, WELL-SELECTED, 1 AND VERY SUPERIOR STOCK. We manufacture our Good m Philadelphia, and arrsau fied we ' CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD ' West of Cincinnati. Adew Filled FaithfuUy. lit JOD la? S JX Jfe 4M W f W,.-o:A.I . 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. — 9 April 1864

if r rK raa- $?. ' ;!: ci r? J. W. ROBERTS, $ebofe3 fo 8giciifq ecic?, ftHg, fletos, Seiphti feiii. "V Edit aid ftwtisW' VOLUME IV, NUMBER 32. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS APEIL 9. 1864. WflOLt NUMBER. lfti The Imdeneridfflit BBBB1 BssBW- smS- a.ssaissssassw. awssw. w sias', te.MBMto Blt WJBV Jv .- .- : -JLwL. J - - ----' - - - .-3 JfeleiM f flrteg. TEAKS AGO. V KaBT CUUn lIBi Hide your (aces, Man of crenlDg, Hi Jo behind oar ether Tail I HtnajoortsrettUy lisping lyrics, SofU j sig-biof aalumn sale. Ouco I loved jou, atara of evening; W bids, 1 !otc1 your aUrrr tow, V ben bit life wai tot to music Yean ago. borer there, serspble.flrts, Ung-rinf there lore's aireeteat tone, Linked with one'a beloved presence, Uhlch the present canuot own, 'Where the wild, warm rows we plighted, Where the friends we worshiped so, Where the tre that filled oar paUes Y ears ago. dazing sadly-toward oar westward, JUl our booming nooutide calms, Where the dream of lore and glory Dreamed 'ceatb Eros morning palm! Cou...

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 April 1864

----'-i ' ii', ... m .' ' i . . mfeBlSKALWlA, KANSAS, SATURDAY APEIL 9, 1864. ;; y- - V,grw.. -ag-T- Ji ir li. t? M 1 n ilh h t :t u I 'f Slif fmfejrftuM OSKALOOSA, KANSAS J. W. E03EHTS. Editor. -Saturday -A pril-fl. 48fi4t 'Axfc-Inrcortsnt Difference. . -- .- -3 .WVnW-a-JiMtoMtt-itn- I twv-iHtrt of certain paytesapjgnore thpiffer-! cnbetwa private trWciwns and public misdeeds. A few months since -a t,rTrtitnrfTBT-7rfrflrTrn--frr-Brffni;. ; ' r-r- - -r- , .! of a prominent public character. . made a reruaik to the effect that he had ' used his official position and influence to make money fdr himself; and instead ofrebuking such a prostitution of office 'to sefish ends, thjy conductVTas rather applauded and defended ! Now, if a man turns politician and -diooses to emply others tohelp him '.to labor for him and. pays thgrxi for tlifir .services, out -of Jiis.Tiwn nrivato 'fund, nd such labor is performed honorably and without corrupii eorrapiwD. it mnir-hp nir-rifflif. It is somEthin...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 9 April 1864

maitafwvmm u . fill" fMrmtoii jrLSLtsntDXViir satcodai moeai.vo at OsLaloosn, Jefferson County, Kansas. Joel SepsiHhieiffc J. W..l50BERtsEdUor.' 'Agricultural Notice. A meeting of the Jefferson Count Agricultural Society will be held in Oslaloosa, on Monday, May 2J, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the Clerk's office. A full ntletidence of the Roird requested, is business of importance is to be Transacted. C. B. McClkllav, Pies't. Bepnblicau -State Convention. The .Republicans of .Kansas, ami all others who support the policy of the National Administration in suppressing the present rebellion, will meet in State Convention at Topekn, Oa Thursday, April 21st 1864, for the purpose of selecting Delegates to the National Republican Convention, to be lield at Baltimore, June 4tlt, 1864, to nominate candidates for President and Vice President of the United States. The basis of rcpiCMintuMon will be One Delegate from each Representative District in the S:ate. Primary meet ings will be held in each ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 9 April 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY APKIL 9, 1864.' - ft If f I! I lis I 'C M It II f. lis BUTTON HOUES M. R. DUTTON. Proprietor. it-ving recently fitted up, i avwe new house, which U pit tb fbnrisaing id furei.beJ tbe lastly located at ewinv mm MFuson County, inow read to sccauecdact Jle traveling public. NO PAINS WILL BE SPARED. tonmltr &tifactlon to all who ma; favor him with a full, ted endeavoring to two nu to tbe inottc'of "LIVE AXD LET LIVE'" GOOD 3TAULINQ. and a careful tai always oa band to attend tbe int. S.IECHHEIMER&CO. .WHOLESALE: DEALERS IN lilj GENTS FORNISHLNG GOODS. and JYofionsl NO. 0 MAIN STREET, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. We Invite the Especial Attention rf All COUNTRY MERCHANTS TO OUR LARGE, WELL-SELECTED, AND VERY SUPERIOR STOCK. We manufacture our Goods in Philadelphia, and are satLfied we CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD West of Cincinnati. All Orden Filled Faithfully. We. particularly invite all the Merchants and Citizens of Jef ferson and adjoiniiig Counties ...

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 April 1864

.-' -:-' " , V 111 ":"' ": J;'u -'T1' ;-'T" " --u'CTciOSHT-,X,i,V?;- - ' ! i Baa HH Ist"""" - .. .- """"" j - .. r i ? '"". -- . iis . K -ft I' Stems' v Sat'" m& .sS J. ROBERTS, - - r . 4 EfiSia-f" ; -'' VOLUME .IY, NUMBEK.k -'"-THE GREAT HAVE FAI.I.EJI.- " TOCXETT MlTUZITf. " o -' ThefoIIrtwInRiwein wpuWiheil iomcthiDeov r a year jo in the'jfalUmore American. How Tor aJiortoffllUng tlio bill does "Uonct Old Abe" talll - . -," Xo -gTesi men: 5n the tnd of arts T . ' '.Koatatcsmenln the midst oflavT ia'Ut cannot be;' tbere'rausl be tiaarta " ' WlifcU Mill bold HUtory in au-e! " If 'recreant to ihelr boly "trust, And-deaf ta lofty calls of Ume, . , Some voice would (peak from saintly dtut, And irake them to Uicircoantry's shame "-' . Oaroirn above all praise supremo, A freedom won by common Mood! - The patriot's fict the poet's dreom . The hislicst reach of human good ! A nation in the largel light, Whose codes of eartli and lisavcn blend, Toaanctirytlie ruler's might; v -t -nd ms...

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 April 1864

irsi, . -HS-t J i& f V j " I ' J I I. - !- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY APRIL 23, 1864. r f i'M 'J- $. : m m m MI 1 &, OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. KOBEBTi. Sdllor. FtturdtyApri! 23, I8(i. Straw. Show &c. flThat Line Vs a trickster we all know that he is relitblt for any measure or any rrnn, (except himself,) we know equally iwell, U not the case. He is low endeaToring to ride with one fool on the Lincoln horse and he oilier on the Fremont pjny. It is a notable fact that wherever his tools bad control of the matter at the recent meetings for selecting delegates to the State Conven tion, a cote was taken for Fremont. This was doue in Lawience, it was done in the first ward, Leavenworth .under the immediate eye of D. R. Anthony, the rreal defunct mogul of the Lane faction of that city. - These tiling indicate unmistakably that Jim Lane is'at his old tricks, and that at the first favorable moment, oi the first apparent chance to better his own prospects, he will...

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 April 1864

w --. ' i. THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APBILi23r 1864. It . . aE"6"BBa9E5SaE3S352"aV"9aew L ti l 1 s--, tvMc StfmlfWfttrfont I ' &"?" r 1UILISHLD EVKXT SATCBDAt MORXINQ AT Kir otkilosst. Jefferson CoimIv. Kamas. J. W. KOBEUTS, Editor. Agricultural Notice. A meeting of the Jefferson County Agricultural Society will be held in Oskaloosa, on Monday, May 2J, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the Clerk's office. A L fall atteuUence of the Board requested, is business of importance is to be transacted. C. B. McClkllak, Pres't. District Meeting. Pursuant to notice the citizens of the I9th RpreseniatiTe District met at the Clerk's Office, in Oakaloosa, on Snlur- I day, April 16th, and organized by elecl- Ig C B. McClellan. President and J. W. Roberts, Secretary. The President j-l stated that the object of the meeting was to select a delegate to represent the Distiict ia the State Convention which is to meet al, Topcla on the 21st inst., to elect delegates to represent the Slate ...

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 April 1864

Twv3. ?rS?t - -' v-i -...., V " - " " Vrf-"JL. 1 .J, ..JiLjUi v 'SgggS- -VS- i- j. - THE INDEPENDENT. OSKALOQSA, KANSAS; SATURDAY C APRIL )2yi864Hl rrt J-P I I m 'm iv E " If in IH ft l I I S! i ; If HI I BUTTON nou $KALOC$A3 fAH.,- M. R. DUTTON, Proprietor. uirinjc recently fiatcdup, i id furaUhed the stave ,new bouse, which is jU tantly located at tb iloiiruhiiig mmrn ssat? ! AfTcrson County, is cow teady to accuiModnct j 't!w fi-vplinVl?llLTie: I NO PAINS WILL BE SPARED. to render W'jfaetlon to sU who may favor him with a'eall, and eadearorin to iD tip to the motto of "LIVE ASD LET LIVE"' " -J "tiOOH-STABLINa. ' . -nil careful mas always oflTiaodtn attend the - ame'. ("'-" ' S.FECHflEfllER&GO. " . WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GENTS FUENISniXG GOODS, hats, caps; " ?t? 2otions NO. 50 MAIN-STREET, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. TV. r...". ; r.n.,,-? .),... t .iii ,m. ....ww - GOUNTHV MERCHANTS ( , . . TO OUR ' LARGE, WELL-SELECTED, AND VERY SUPERIOR STOSK. We manufacture our Goods in riu!aleli-bi...

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 April 1864

-,-. trl JS, . je- ena . , "? t t &&&&&&-' -I k "i 'r t fc-" jl A T - J. W. ROBERTS, 'gebofeDfo Sgicqifii cclflijics, Jlfrfe, TKctos,. foipfyf litcf. .. Editor aid Pnpricttr. VOLUME IV, NUMBER 35. " -.i, OSKALOOSA, KANSAS APEIL 80. 1864. -Jf WHOLE ISUMBEB. 111. rni ine mmm m 1 vlr L Jw"asBt ft 3 7- -V i. '&?' Sf tlttki Itolm MY WIFK AND CMII.D. The tattoo bcslsj the lijrhU re gone; The camp around in slumber lies ; The night with solemn pace inOTCs on, The shadows thicken o'er the skies; Bat sleep my Wcsty eyes hath flown, And sad, uneasy thoughts sriie. 1 think of thee, oh, dearest one, "Whose lore my early life hath blest Of thee and him oar baby son Who slumbers on thy gentle breast, God of the tender, frail, cud lone, Oh, guard that ccntle sleeper's rest, .And hover, gently hovor near To her, whose watchful eye Is wet The mother, wlte ihu doubly dear, In whose yomi heart have freshly met Two streams of lore so deep and clear .And cheer lierdrooj.h.g s...

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 April 1864

v -; ',"" ' : ..$ & f AC ' THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUEDAT APEIL 30, 1864. 1 &8 i4 ' I & m t ie1 Pfl ! i! HI IS til Sto wkpn&ki 05KALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. BOBEHTS. Editor. Saturday, April 30, 18fiJ. The Convention. We have attended county, slate and national conventions, and have seen much of their workings; but it remain ed for a Kansas convention to reveal some entirely new and o.iginal features. We propose to give a brief history of the doings of the late Tope k a conven tion, and shall state facts only. In order to do this, it is necessary for a correct understanding of the matter, to make a few FRELIMIKART OBSERVATIONS. Some 11 or 12 seats were contested. A caucus of the pirty having a major ity of uncontested seats whs held on Wednesday night to arrange matters. Finding that by a high-handed course the- could run 111 6 convention to suit themselves, the entire work of the mor row, down to the smallest items, was done in the caucus every thing agreed ...

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