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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 30 April 1864

I fe ptopmtot S ri'BLISIlED EVERT SATUBDAY M0KX1.VG AT Oskaloosa, Jefferson Connty, Kansas. oci pqrihiei. J. W. EOBEHTS, Editor. AgrlculturalNotice. A meeting of the Jeffetson County Agricultural Society will be held in Oskaloosa, on Aloudaj, May 2-J, at 1 o'clock a. ii., at the Clerk's office. A full attcudence of the Board requested, "as business of importance is to be irausauteJ. C. B. McClellax, Pies'l. The Fruit. We learn that some of the young men wTio wentjrora this regiou of country into the 6ervice, have been arrested for robbery, ner Aubrey. Wo believe they choked an old man and forced him to give up 8330; also choked a lady and child to prevent them from giving I the alarm! They aro now in confine ment awaiting trial report says. This i truly sad Intelligence. But who is to blume? Are the young men tln Anllt IffitipfpaprM.p9 T?. i T ., .....,b.BW.- ... , uni V - A year ago we predicted this kind Of fruit. Whatsoever a man sows that shall he reap;' and the men of more age....

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 April 1864

f --- 73 L , J" - " - - fy-'fr jy 2rTg rfK ,-'t THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY APRIL 30, 1864. ip M 'U Urr' Fl ei n fit pff fc r; I.- Hh iii .R . R'S ft 1 i? -i Kt" JiD.vlfeiiftfe.olU C03TPERSATI0NS ON AMER ICAN HISTORY. V K. KENNEDY. THE CRADLE OF LIBERTY. Tommy. If I should ever go to Boston, f think Iwould have a great deal to see. ' Papa. A great deal, my son. T. I think that, first and fore most, I should get into a boat, and go over the Charles River to visit Bunker's Hill. P. O, no, Tommy, not a boat no need of that; you may pass over bv anv one of the several budge: which cross that same Charles River a river so noted in American his- tory. You will find a free passage across; Lut as you go to visit "Old Bunker's lonelv heiulit." I would by all means recommend you to choose the "Warren bridge" ior your pil grimage upon such an interesting oc casion. You know wnom u was namcdjbrl T. O, ves; General Warren.who -was killed' in the battle. I remem ber reading about...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 7 May 1864

y. 4fi Jfil ? f s I Uk:.?ui:vi:!i -II IT . -: -sV 4 &-'. 7' ','- s-, ft- J - rX 7'"'- - '&. -& " -' t:. - A .?i;S, 3 & t. .T:-. M ja wLjE7tiRtvSt . r: J-W-1.' ,:.'';'Jf J. W. ROBERTS, "SebofcD io 8$icilfi,;e, fifcciw.)ic, 8,i;fe, itfcte, qy)5 fieiptefifte. "Vf.v Rlitr ail PwpriefSf. - t tr, h. -.'.- , "; VOLUME IV, iNUMBEC 30. :fV'- S' OSKALOOSA, KANSAS MAY 7, 1864. VHOLE NUMBER; .-.IK ? - ". -?,-" .' 15 3Bi H BCf B7 3ES w E9 21 1 SWA iiiae mc" ". jS v ""TB Z' "mi S t hw "mlvsV mT I iiJif Bi iiiri i H ' ' ' ml -ml 1 II J I I V V 1 li 1 "' .LS"SwL mv ml L BV W L. . mu. .H. . .y K - Ll i .smk :m fcV Sw 4 Nr 5: .fUKwVtr W1JJ--7; -IL. wWi- ' miMx. cjAPtT. r riflmal For The Independent. thE flag or tan FREE. On, give me a place in a Kansas band, Tho' It be In the ronkt with a pan In my hand; I care not at all who oar fcs then may be, When we halor onr banner The FUc of the Free t Oar camp shall resound with th music so floe, That was sun by loved ones In a happier time, B...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 7 May 1864

i . . ml - -- . f &tliZi&et-0wsi . ,.,w. THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MAY 7, 1864. , - - 'i -s xxsrwi J . . -1. r ill ''1 fl K4 if Mi IMl ij II r i I. She ludrpfttdrnt OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. f iJurdty, May t, I86J. Gov. Carney. A little less than two years ago the Hume of Thomas Carnej was promi nently mentioned in connection with the Goernorship of the State. At that time we had never seen him; and to tell the truth we were inclined to doubt the piopriftty of his election. But he whs nominated and we gave him as we did the whole ticket oar hearty support. He was elected. We still had doubts of his ability to "fill the position to which the free suffrages of the people had elevated him. His first message was the ablest doc ument of the kind ever produced in Kansa. It was encouraging. But then it was whispered around that he was not tho author of the message. We did not know, of course, whether there was any thruth in this rumor or not; but ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 7 May 1864

.-f:-.- ,vr.. . , "jfc V ? -n Lfc & f i ea- 5 y if s te iiaftea. I I'UBLISIIED EVKKT 8ATCBOAX KOftXIXO AT flskalosii, Jeffenai Conty, Eusas. oc. SiheKf. J. W. ROBERTS, Kditor. Is it a Swindle? We notice by handbills posted up about town, that an order bns been is sued by the Probate Court of Shawnee county for the sale of section 22 of tho Kaw Hair-Breed Lauds.which has upon its face a very bad look. In the first place the land is situated in this county, and the statue says: "All public sale of real estate, made by order of aht Court, for the payment of debts, shall be made at the courthouse door of the county in which such estate is situated, and shmli be conducted openly by .auction. Chap. 91, page 532-137. But in th face of this plain and ex plicit provision of the statue, the land in question it advertiesed to bo sold in Topeka. That is manifesily illegal. In the next place, the advertisement (and in this it follows the order of the Court; provides that "the sale of said la...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 7 May 1864

.fce THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MAY 7,1864. 3: . wj "" JjJ taJHJp1 A,.! 6. v fcrK ? tl Ever body's in debt. We don't care how often he settles up, nor how many receipts he can show, nor how religious ly he has gone upon the "cash princi ples." There's one receipt he cannot show, and for tho best rensoo in the world he never received it, viz., a re ceipt in full for "good will untd men." Q-Georgc Ford, of Lawrence, Kan sas whose house ha many flowers about it, writes (lint when Quantrelle was ravaging Lawrence, he assented to an appeal to spare that Jiouso because 'it was too pretty to burn.1 Mr. F. now says he shall cultivate flowers as long as he remembers the rebellion. A correspondent famishes us the fol lowing list of cuiiosiiies, which are abundant in Utopia : A fence made of the railing of a scold ing wife. A garment for the inked truth. The ssive through which the man strained every nerve. I HIM Query Does a man feel girlish when lie makes a "maiden speech ?...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 14 May 1864

t T BJsjjsaafcssTsss..-l - ' , MMI i , . 1 . 111 T 1 -"-"I " j- '"-" """"" -j- " 'm3h' -?" jar--, &. J2- - - ' gSX.' Jsm-: JEfeL - "Bb- "VJ" jBBL aBTL "Sj" W V;sp " 3 :.,-' ,.-,, -' - - - Kg - ,Z '" . ' - y-fl r-. '.dli. J, W. ROBERTS, SeboicS"iof!igictiiii ?ffccliIc3, fitfs, eto, K)3,lhficK)6iI Iltefe. Editw aid Pwf r'ctsr. YOLDiME IV, NUMBER 37. OSKALOOSA, -KANSAS MAY 14, 1864. 4 WHOLE NOMBER.193 jr ? P rf . ' fc I ps war t TSt , ! K &t S 'g iff, v - . mKf, Wigmal f .orfvg. For The Independent. TIsn.DYIIVG !OL,Dir.It tK.0 lEitt TCt KXiI um. A soldier from Missouri, in early manliooJ'a prime, lay with the dead and dying in Mijsiippi's cflme : On the blood; Held of Corinth liis life was ebbing fast. And comrade faint and bleeding, in crowds were Iiurrjing fast. Bo d his yoHnz earr.paulons, the frijnds of hap pier dare, . blaze, Retreating from tho conflict before tho cannon' And borne along, all tatlored, the starred and bar red ensign, line. That Bag which be had carried fr...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 14 May 1864

i l - THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUKDAY MAY 14, 1864. V- Vi i$i v S I ; la m m r life 1 HI 'ill P i it he gii&jmitot OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. BOBERTS. Editor. Fglurday, May U.'lSGt. Who is to Blame? In our rrmaiks last week in reference to Sena'or Line's opposition to the rais ins of a Home Guard Regiment, we EaiJ lie was lesponsible for tlie Law rence Massacre. As we expected, some of the few worshippers of Lane called up a-former article, in which we said the people of L-iwrence could blame themselves for the destruction of their city. Some of the aforesaid admirers of the "one man power'' thought they had found quite a "mare's nest" in this matter; and pronounced one of our de clarations a contradiction of the other. On the contrary, we shall prove them both to be true in a few words, by way of illustration, thus : Had old Buchanan been a (rue patiiot and fit President, he would have seized and hung tie leaders of (he rebellion when treason first showed its head, 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. — 14 May 1864

i w Jt Ik fufcpjniM PUBLISHED VIT SATUBDX MOS.NISQ AT Oxkalooii, JeffersoH Comity, lamas. oqi Detfftjexjf. J. W. HOBBKTS, Editor. The Washington Map.-1 We liad a call from the agent for the sale of this excellent map on Wednes day, and examined the work with some care. Undoubtedly it is the best map of the United States of its class before the public. It is on a scale which ad mils of printing tho counties in all the States in colors. The map itself, so far as out-lines, boundaries, chief towns, etc. aie concerned.isas perfect as is well possible to make one; but besides its completeness in these particulars, it has a showing by isothermal lines of the average heat of the different secfions of the country; lines indicating ihe currents of prevailing winds in all the States; a -showing of the geological conformation and deposits in the various regions al ready explored; the regions where wheat and other products of agricul ture are successfully grow; full statistics as compiled from ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 14 May 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MAY ,14, 1864, 1' 11 . ( i, i I1' h m :i fe U K .1 m u I'.M I?' 4 t i : I Ik Kw jvbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbm fTflE ,TJII!EE WPERS. AN AI.J.EGOUV. 15 V I.UCV I.ARC031 , Lif,lle Amy was playing oti a soft grassy tlope at the entrance of a cave, full of datk arches tiiat seem ed to grow broadtr and higher as they receded into the subterranean dimness before her. Other children were playing with her among the many pretty .flowers that grew around, and watchful eyes and care ful hands kepi the weeds and thorns from troubling them; and the white, warm sunbeams of morning glided over the. slope, dancing likethe soft fingers of the children, among the flowers.' Liltle Amy was so happy in her baby sports that she had never tho't of looking within the cavein, until one day she heard a sweet voice close beside her, whispering 'Go into the cave, Amy, and see whither it will lead thee!" "Who speaks to me?" said the little one, as she turned around, ex pecti...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 21 May 1864

"V- -V3&U.U: "jjj Mrfl'-fc1 ' --.u,-'"'' 6BI .-; " --iTR'W- Wf IT idiots ,uWftrr c: - . !.. .K." :? ii i H!.? itSSf J. W. ROBERTS, : . - mm" s". . wi .a; s :,-r gebofeS fo ftyifiqftV ecics, &tfs, ftetos, id Seijefyi Iftefitty $.,. 3"5 ..'J.."3RV n'i i;. . - ,;it fc i ttoriri Ptyf&w v ,-ui& -,;": ,'. .- tJ r -r tc' '' V VOLUME IV, NUMBER 33. OSKALOQSA, KANSAS MAY 21, 1864. ,.n .HOLEi:NUMBER. 194 "Sib -,t mi ." "-.p IKS . - . . '"' .awa. i-f-i n saV "" BBf BBJ BBJ BV. 4iTr ,w . ...tjj", -'"HP""!-"-.i fJ ' - 1 -l,V TUie Ntajtv Hi.' From Hsrper'a Weekly. JCST ELEVEN. T ru?ATK JilLCI 0M(LLt. Hiree yean ago tolay We nilicd our hand to heiven( . And on the rotla of muter Our Btmaa were thirly-aeTen ; v There were Jast a Ihooiaad bajoneU, Aaiftbe aworda were thlrty-seren, iAi we took the oatb of serrieo W lih our right handa raised to hearcn. tJ t-ra a gallant day In tneaiory till adored, That day of aon-briyht aupttaU - Wtt the mukct aad the .word ! 'Shrill ranjf the flfc, ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 21 May 1864

at v -. . - z -y" THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MAY 21, 1864. - j v - : ?b P if, if ph lb iudepmdftti. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. KOBERTS. Editor. Sliurdty, May. 21", I86J. Tke Fir lattlee. n e condense from ihe best sonrces of informttion the following wmmary of the great battles of Maj 4th 5th and 6;h, at the opening of the campaign bj Grant against Lee : At a very early hoar on Wednesday morning our forces commenced crossing the Bapidan at Ely's and Geraaania Fordn.wHch to the surprise of the rebels, who only succeeded in bringing forward forces sufficient to skirmish daring the day, and no heavy fighting occarred That night our army encamped in the wilderness uear the old Chancellorsville battle field. Barnside's reserves did not cross over and come ap antil the next day. Lee was not slow to meet this move. He broke ap camp on the Rapidan, where he was strongly entrenched, and marched witb celerity to intercept Grant's flank moremeut. His plan ap pears to bare been ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 21 May 1864

SIti Qn&yttukvt. .5 KANSAS, SATURDAY MAY 12,, 1864 KI-t'BLlSUCO.XVKST.SATCSOAI afOKHIXO AT Oskiloon, Jfffmei siity, Eusas. ol 3)epitfft)eif. J. W. BOBEKTS, Kdltor. Bible Society Meeting. The anniversary mealing of the Jef ferson County Bible Society will ba held At the M. . Church in this place on Sunday, (afternoon or evening,) June 5th, 1864. Rev. L. B. Dxnkh; Ageut of the American Bible Society, for Kansas, will be present, and an in teresting time may be anticipated. We trust every person interested in" the cause of Christianity or the well-being of society, will be present. Quarterly, Meeting. The first quarterly meeting of Oska loosa circuit for the current conference year, commences in this place to-raor- xCr tow (Saturday) at 11 o'clock, A. M llev. L. D. Price, P. E. " asaaTejaaa The "Dcttok Hous" will be closed. as a public house from this dale until further notice. M. R. Duttojt. Oikalooa, May, 20th 19fi4. DlEH' fin c I .1. . , . . wuuunj me oui mst. near this place, o...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 21 May 1864

f V THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUEDAY MAY 21, 1864-7 "" f! m i : E ii M i-'i SsW flit The toatb 8o-TikiJr. A few years ago a veneaable and es teemed brother tniuionarj came to England, and being, rather bald, some kind frieada provided bina with a wig. Upon bit retarn to the island, the chief and the others weal to welcome him, and alter the msval salatations, one of then said to the missionary: Yoa were bald when yoa left, and now yoa hare a beautiful Lead of hair; what amazing people yoa are! How did they make yomr bair grow again?' You simple people,1 replied the mis sionary, 'how does everythinggrow? Is it not by sowing seed?' They immediately shouted: '0, these English people, they sow seed upon a bald man's head to make the hair grow!' One shrewd fellow inquired if he bad brought any of the seed with him. The good missionary carried on the joke for a short time, and then raised bis wijr. The revelation of his 'original head' of coarse drew forth a roar of laagbter, ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 May 1864

h r-trx f ,l(Vs 'f TFT ' - . .tefeiki r-.-4r 2A2llJttHW8iiA'" .4a rt335 t .. - t : J. W. ROBERTS, f 4L,'? VJ i i '" )'' ?i4j hi t j. (Wl1 SeboieSio ict(ifii-e, - eefywfe; H& ftetos, n;6e4ri!tcii t iXi' rr vtEdforta'd Proprietor. ,r;4 ,'t ? VOLUME IV, NUMBER 39. ,-, .. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS MAY 28, 1864. .r . hr L -j j .j I . t!3tu '.D n:'-3aa9 .iway'1' t ' t wholerumbeb;:;i5. n j! j :.;j r,V ?A" anr . ' - t . t - x lie iiideueimifi K.'Sfc , ..a-' .- t .- j - ? ; rtr I I" I lf li. r "USTOF THE KILL-CD. Mothers, who tit in da nib terror and dread, Holding that terrible list, Fearing to look leit you tee 'raid the dead Tuo name of the boy jou Iiaro kissed Kiscd 4jen at those who, in anguish and pain, Kiss precious faces of day, fen as jou would had you ihadderinglf lain ThatTdear one in graTe-robei aay, 1 Py 50U sittiiu; with faces so white, Striving to parry the blow ; I know how that name will torture your sight Can fathouAhe depths of your woe. By the pang that rent my dcolalo heart...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 May 1864

LM THE INDEPENDENT-. OSKLOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MAY 28, 1864. yr """ "" " JaC?fclllBaa H I m Mi i L feS MI Wm fHtfeptitfont 0SRA100SA, KANSAS. 3. W. BOBEETS. Editor. Saturday, May 28, I86J. The Good Hews. We hare more encourajrinjr news than at any previous stage of the war. Grant is steadily poshing his way to ward Richmond. Lee has been com pelled to evacuate his strong position at Spottsylvania, and run a race with our army for trip rebel capital. It is doubtful if he can find lime to establish a successful line of battle this side of the entrenchments around Richmond. The army of the Potomac has done somo splendid fighting, and the rebels hare been outgeneraled. Butler has been attacked with great vehemence nine times by the rebels un der Beauregard, with Brag.j and Jeff Davis to help him; andniue times have tlio rebels been repulsed by our brave troops with terrible slaughter in their ranks; and Butler is still near Richmond, holding the rebel leaders in great fear and dread. S...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 May 1864

wwr- - MP ' THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS,- SATURDAY, MAY .2,8, 1864. sii Jjs&5 -- J$ - - - V 5 si. 4- 5. 5; - sg li M Wx aflrpcmlriit. PUBLISHED CVZKT SATCftDAI MO&XUa AT Oikiloeu, JeffenoB Ceaaty, lantix. Joci Seffrfheqf. J. W. ROBERTS, Editor. Bible Society Meeting. TLe anniversary meeting of the Jef ferson Countj Bible Society will b held at the M. . Church in this place ion Sunday, ( afternoon or evening,) June 5th, 1664. Rev. L. B. Dennis; Agent of the American Bible Society, For Kansas, will be present, and an in teresting time may bo anticipated. We trust every person interested in the cause of Christianity or the well-being t)f society, will be present. Aid Society. The following receipt will explain it self. Our ladies have done well. ''Mississippi Valley Sanitary Fair, Treasurer's Department, St. Louis, May 19. 1864. Received of Ladies' Soldiers' Aid So ciety, Oskalooaa, Kansas, per letter of J. M. Rice. Treasurer, dated !6tii of May, the sum of Ono Hundred D...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 May 1864

-. :cj i is S r .. . -. -' -r- " ; SATURDAY MAY 28, 1864. i 'i 'i ;i i THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, m jmm ,mri ri it " mi H yiis rc i ! ! ii 1 ttl ? B41 Living hr Something. Thousands of men breathe, more and live, pass off the stage of life, and are heard of no more. Why ? None were bletseu by them; none could point to them as the menus of their redemption: not a line they wrote, not a word they spoke, could be recalled, and so they perished ; their light went out in dark ness, and they were not remembered more than the insect of yesierday. Will yon thus live and die, oh, mnn immortal ? Live for something. Do good, and leave behind you a raonu ent of virtue that the storms of time can never destroy. Wiite your name by kindness, love and mercy on the hearts of those you come in contact with year by year, and you will not be forgotten. No; your name, your deeds will be as legible on the hearts you leave behind as the stars on the brow of evening. Tne pains we spend upon our mo...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 4 June 1864

- ' rB - '? bbW - "' jbbbbBb BbI ' BB K" " ' W ? , . - ir ' , , M , .,,.:,-',.,-- T Xlf irMs4isBfer,-:-i i : i. t' .?i 4 'j ' 11 ; J- -si; .'!, . . i (''T-VA- fe,Jt- ' -': i ' 5.Meg' f jafc-ai f jj ; SB-'-.! -?. -il , T- "r . ijt y- .-Z ... ., . .. .as - ..... J-ia-.';.--':- -. .;'-B;ru5ife - j. w. Roberts, $cbote3fq figil Mecics, fiH?, te3, BeifI titefqi-e. ;-i";; Editor aid Prtf ruttr. - - T, VOLUME IV, NUMBEB 40. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS JUNE 4, 1864, vV WHOLE SUMBEltf M t wr Ei b "" y f ' lV T af -'1 BBW BaV BaTf earl B ' V -. ,M-iM r.m-m mjo,fl,',.,lij I'mTii'lI Il: '-! - 1 J BBB1 BB1 SBB "" " -I :l. .1 . m m -a imk - .aaal bbY i, r-iSf-u- n u .' ""? -" fT .. 7!r,!A XF. tar ---W. -r "kr-r xk4.rt)'b' F- - i t. - ,i. - - . ' T . ' . ' --. ' .' -.r-A- - 4l ( ; ' b - ' rf ' ' " ... -?;? .T!XT.; - - BB1 rjf?;- ' . ,; ...-.. " f- -- fe -"Artr: ,c ABBMaBBBMBBteBBMBI 4 m.- , Wr E& ' tff. - $r&L , -T'ft THE BATHS OF DAMASCTT3. Herr whs a blue mist, ihrou;li wliicli all tlimi we couM di...

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

' aS r' Vn ;'-.sj v5? awwuuttiUKaHi -sea 'rrnT,ITIjwtw FRKT-y THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATTJRDA Y JUNE 4, 1864. IS- I a. t In i H If i h ii' i ::I fit it lbs gnittoi OSKALOOSA; KANSAS. J. W. BOBEHTS. Editor. ?t:urdy, Juiicj4I8GI. Patriotism. The cilsung war lins demonstrated (he tact tlnU the patriotism of the fath ers and mothers of the Republic has noiyt.all departed froraPHieir-descend- ants. While it is a lamentable part of the records of the times that the toiies of the Revolution have so large a repre sentation in the coppeiheads of the North, who have fallen heirs to the mis erable principles of their prototypes of 76,-ycl it is-equally cheering' to know that the great nnss of the people are ri"ht at htart and have, retained the virtues of their ancestors We are led to these reflections from reading an account of the proceedings and address of the "Ladies' National Covenant," at Washington, the leading object of which organization is set forth in the second section...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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