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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 4 June 1864

f- "- -& ' t y-"' THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALGOSA, lANSAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 4;M r m - $t V? Sin patoni grlDllSHEDEVEKT SATCEDAT MOtSISO AT Osktlbosa, Jefferson Connlj-, "Kansas. oqi Sepjrfh)eK?f. J. W. ROBEICTS, Editor. July Term of the Probate Court. Sotice. The salute fixes the limes for holding the regular terms of the Probate Court, and as the next regular term will commence on Monday the Focbtii Dr of Jclt, notice is hereby given to all interested, that no business will be done on that daj . The Fourth is a day for National rt jotcing, and ev ery Hue patriot should be left free to en joy it. The Probate Court mil, there fore, adjourn until Tuesday the 5th of Jaly when the regular business will bo taken up. All persons having cases in this Court, or business to transact, will please bear this in mind and act accor dingly. J. W. Roberts, Probate Judjje. BeligioBs Notice. Rev. L. B. Dennis will pi each this (Satuiday)rreningat early candle-light, al the M. E. Church, in this place. T...

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

"mm , i y '.M THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSAv KANSAS, SATUEDAY JUIJE:1804v,; - , - MI I I! .1 JC 1 I II II MM I .aaaaaa -i?' i 5 & -? .' s... 5-l L ." 1 m i If i ! I Jteftepae dfe THE" MM CHILD'S RE QUEST. "Mother, I shall soon die. Once I thoughl death was a terrible thing; ancLJ.cpu!d not bear to look into - the cold grave and think of having my body laid down in such a place. But since the angels have come to me qnd told me of. the beautitul country-where-they live, and have given ine-some few glimpses of its exceeding glory and brightness, I have ho Tears of death, and the grave' does' not trouble me. I shall go tOithe angel; they have .spoken tome in dreams and told me that they werejcoming to bear me com pany W the' delightful, place they have, shown me, and I. am ready to -go at any time." "But how can mother-spare her darling little girl?" enquired 'the parent.'' ! fear you have not thought of '.me, my dear, arid of how sad and lonely 1 shall be when you are gone." Tears-fil...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 June 1864

V -n : rss,-c v. . M. h?- " f Ser-TVfcKrI " v - ansKprMBr , 4 3 -V f J. W. ROBERTS, Jjebofed to figicqlie, eefaqie, ftrt. ftetos, fie-jety. Jlteiqi-e; Eiiltr 4 fntficttf. - j i VOLUME IV, NUMBER 41. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS JUNE 11, 1864. WHOLE NUMBEB. 197. The Independeiit . aa. Sip m ImTJ-- slyff. m w l- 3 MtM THE RAIN. Like dcwi that fall on Hennon's hill, And reach the thirsty plain', The blessings of the cloudi dUUU In shower of gentle rain. The drooping flower npllfu Its bead, IU tplks the corn uproars On erj wilted field is shed The Joy of welcome tears. All nature owna reTllng part In boon ao lairUh elf en, As slats to earth's exhausted heart, The bounteous meed of Heaven. On shrib and flower, on plain or bight, Ho drop descends in Tain Flower, forest, field and stream, units To bless the gentle raln- J1Y FIRST LOVE. A tsaiden once I ehaneed to know, 'With beauty superhuman; "Her.Tolce was gentle, sort and low" That "excellent thing In woman." 4 tVe traced together mountain streams...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 June 1864

-. -3 ,2 V j THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JUNE 11, 1864. i m i. ii ill! Wat Atnktii OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. BOBEETS. Editor. :aturdiy, June li; 186 J. July Term of the Probate Court. Notice. The salule fixes the times for holding the regular terms of the 0 a Probate Court, and as the next regular term will commence on Monday the Fourth dat of Jult, notice is herebj given to all interested, that no business will be done on that da . The Fourth is a day for National rejoicing, and ev ery ttue patriot should be left free to en joy it. The Probate Court will, there fore, adjourn until Tuesday the 5th of July when the regular business will be taken up. All persons having cases in this Court, or business to transact, will please bear this in mind and act accor dingly. J- W, Roberts, Probate Judje. Fourth of July. All patriotic citizens of this place and vicinity are requested, to. meet in of Messrs. Carson's store this (Satur day) afternoon at five o'clock to make arrange...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 June 1864
Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 June 1864
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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 June 1864

t : ifMil l'W(s. I JilD . gsr? .iaw s -5w viIV "fc : ft i psi anv m . ..r ta: ftf m-T f ss' 'S' :nJ. W. ROBERTS, " "- '" ' ii ' ' " ' 3 ',' sfefttb ? ,5s,r'c" ' 'r- !. t ki.v'l. 13 t rw . ....... . . j l... V' -,& ayeboteO to flgicqttii eclwicfife Tjfctos,. 3 Sei.Peie: .Editor nmLPropricter. .7-OK l.--i VOLUME IV, NUMBEB 42. tl i IT V - I -'iitU. W f ut j ' OSKALOOSA, KANSAS JUNE 18. 1864. :" ' 3- ' V ' .f . - . . . :t-n.p ' Btr'TiAu' i ' .s-.i WHOLE NUMBEIL 198. ! - . F M f cy tti ty . . - mHT - f """Ci CtflX I M 191 tad MS r a Bu fcT3 SB ' 2Ltf W PI M " EI Ml I fl Bj wa &A vt PS v r3 ' nB l3 fs Ssi ' H HI A, . - - . ---. -sl HyaL xy V- Jm L -- - " 1 . 1 11 1 1 I. I ' I , I I , ". fcll' V J"bicfc4 S?to. Annv ni3i. OLD BCRDXED. (o Lord or Ho:U! Almighty King! Behold tho sacriflco we bring; To every arm Thy strength impart, i Thy Spirit shed through ercry heart! WaVc in oar breasts the living Arcs, n -1" A Vr The holy faith that warmed our sires ; Thy hand hath made our Natio...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 June 1864

'"fes 14 THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JUNE 18, 1864. m I i 1 ft imfetti OSKAL00SA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. Saturday, June 18, 180 J. Lincoln & johnson: The Baltimore Convention. Everybody expected die nominated of Mr. Lincoln at Baltimore, and no one is disappointed at the tesult. One thing, however, we deeply regret, and that i. that office-holders and under strappers of the Administration run the convention. Mr. Lincoln did not need the aid cf such stipendiaries; he was popular, and had he thiown him self unreservedly into the hands of the people, he would have been as unani mously and more enthusiastically nomi nated; and the greatly to be deplored precedent of a convention controlled" by employees of the government would have been avoided. The very fact that persons holding Federal positions run the convention, will be the strongest weapon adversaries can use agicst the President during the campaign. It is true Mr. Lincoln is not specially to blame for...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 June 1864

w-wrfr T -pSF eSJSPiv - THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA,- KANSAS, SATURDAY, JUNE. 18, 1864. - aSS- -"a I ."Read V T fo gaaiflwt 8 rUBLISDED EVERT SATUKDA? HOES I NO AT Oskalooss, Jefferson County, Kansas. Joci SepHhicift. J. V. ROBERTS, EJitor. July Term of the Probate Court. Xotice. The salute fixes the times for holding the regular terms of the Probate Court, and as the next regular term will commence on Monday the Fourth day of Jllv, notice is hereby "given to all interested, that no business will be done on that daj . The Fourth is a day for National rejoicing, and ev ery ttue patriot should be left free to en joy it. The Probate Court will, there- Core, adjourn until Tuesday the 5ih of July when the regular business will bo taken up. All persons having cases in his Court, or business to transact, will please bear this in mind and act accor dingly. J. W. Roberts, Probate Judge. i Fourth of July. Pursuant to call, the citizens met last Saturday afternoon and organzied by calling Col S...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 June 1864

-v r" THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUKDAY JTWE 18, 186,1 a ;r ! E! 1 El ki 19 A DiKKA-Eiir A PSfisIctfcr irf tlio New York Goromcrcial says that the attention of men of scienco lias been drawn to nn extraordinary discovery made in a neighboring depiitment. A grave-digger, tlroning up some earth, camo upon a body in a sate of perfect preservation. On examinatiop.il prov ed to be that of nn individual buried thirty-seven years'affo. lie had died from tho effectsoftho bite of a road do;. The shroud and the coQin had fallen to dust, but the body remained intact. This is the third exhumation made within twenty years of bodies of the victims of hydrophobia, under similar circumstances; and it would really seem that they arc beyond the reach of decomposition. Tlio registry of deaths was consulted, but no men tion of the cmbalmem of the body was found. How to Drive awat MosQuinp.s. Everybody is interested to know how to drive nway mosquitoes. Camphor is the most powerful n"ent. A c...

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 July 1864

V ? zmr& .:' H a J. W. ROBERTS, &ebofe3 to agleqifql-e, ecfa.)(c$, fitfs, ftetos, fiei JUtefctfiifre. Ediltr aifLPrtpriettr. VOLUME IV, DUMBER 44. 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS JULY 2, 1864. WHOLE NUMBER, m 5" 2SSS5S"SSSS!Si5'rtiMiii.- anaawawSSawaw3awmjBai H H H vB B H H K JW A y HL 7 y H l - A l A B 1 - B"- 1 .- I s ., :, V - SFfafaA whig. LIBERTY TREE. t tbobus rain, jcit, 1773. In a eharriot or Ughi from the region of day, Ihe Coddeitor Liberty came; Ten thousand celestials directed the way, And hither conducted tha dame. A fair budding branch from the gardens abore, Where millions with millions agree. She brought In her hand as pledge of her lore, And the plant she named Littrtf Tret. The celestial exotic struck deep In the gronnd, Like a nUre It flourished and bore : The fame of its fruit drew the nations around. To seek ont this peaceable shore. Unmindful of names or distinctions they came, For freemen like brothers agree : led, 'With one splritendued,they one friendship pursu- A...

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 July 1864

ii crii- 1 -sf' IJ THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATRDAy JTJLy 2, 1864 -- i H J I m?' U itrii 'ill (I I i-E a "Site ntojrnjtot OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. BOBSHTS. Editor. -Saturdy,"Ju!y 2.I8fr LINCOLN & JOHNSON. Fxtravagance. In most respects we tliink Abraham Lincoln has administered the affairs of government with marked wisdom and ability; but as for. economy, the word appears to be unknown at Washington. The wildest extravagance prevails every where. Millions of dollars are useless ly expended quarterly we might say weekly yes, thrown away, or worse, thrown into the hands of plunderers the vilest hoide of whom infest the en tire country, preying upon its vitals as the hungry wolf devours its helpless victim. Look here in Kansas. What a host of leeches are sucking the blood from the national veins ! The State is cut up into districts that two and three vets of officers m iy get'a chance at the pub lie crib instead of one set, when there is not work enough to keep the one 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. — 2 July 1864

'. J. ?.. " ,cr jg &&&&&&& tr-. THE INDEPENDENT; OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JUE-2f 1864; w- l - - tg --;- c'wrhJggwaMMB'?jiy- " 2 "C-Mk. f V ,. y jlejuteit S 1-UBLISIlEli EVERT SATUEDAT MORKISO AT Okaloosa, Jefferson Comity, Kansas. oc- gepntffticqf. J. IV. ROBERTS, Editor. July Term of the Probate Court. Notice. The salute fixes the times for holding the regular terms of the Probate Court, and as the next regular term will commence on Monday the Fourth DAT of Jclt, notice is hereby given to all interested, that no business will be done on that daj . The Fourth is a daw for National rtgoicing, and ev ery true pntriot should be left free to en joy it. The Probate Court will, there fore, adjourn until Tuesday the 5ih of July when the regular business will be . taken up. All persons having cases in his Coun, or business to transact, will please bear this in mind and act accor dingly. J. W. Roberts, Probate Judge. The Fourth. We publish below the Programme ...

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 July 1864

" THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JULY 2, 1864. r t 1 1 IjJ E5 5 2 I 11 i I Worth Remembering. Sleeping rooms should be well venti'ated. No person should sleep on leathers Clothing worn in the day should not be worn at night. When taken off It should te thoroughly aired ; if not, effete matter will remain in it. Sleep is the best restorer of the nervous system. One hour of sleep before midnight is worth two after it. Never eat any thing between meals Two meals a day is better than three. The drink which Nature provides is water. The use of salt may fairly be ques tioned. It has no nutriment in it.and greatly provokes cosiiveness. Per sons of constipated habits yill find its disuse advantageous. Daily exercise in the open air is an absolute prerequisite to health. Without a healthy body, vigor of mind is not to be expected, A sound body, sound mind and sound morals, should be sought dili gently they are God's trinity. Christianity demands obedience to ph$?sical law. Heal...

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 July 1864

. . JTV5 " J 1 ' . , - :t' OWr.uiM 3J3WLH V . rtioovc)f nx if- Xi i M,MM,,,.,M...,llJM.'' J r. . . . . . ...".' 'w'nniiiij .v,.;v3 graces .-v . Mi Ml '-A - - ' , .1 ' '" ' ' " aaaaanaaaai M i - V -i. i ,- ...,.,.... , . ' i.i (' t r' - "! ., - --. i ! ft -... " W i trraW rpV y "rr-A. VOLUMKJV.UMBEB. vU a: J2f jrv," ya-1 ;?4 THE VJKI0TV FI'AG. . anSt ill 11-, 4K,.MtCXAL KKW-TOtEU. r mm. WLbom, l&boldiUitrWeB,, i' The Colon Bap waveJ blgh ; And 'eaUUs folds otir father! fonjht To cBq4V ottt dl. N Acdjer bj year new star blazed oat IB Sfcukvi & er- j hi Till thiity-fonr bright gems were teen :' To beioatlj toe bearen. i Inholyeluseij'BnntoHlll, ' i" '' Whero Warren led the fray; JOliWcik"VUial,blood-talnea;aeUli, ti t When Taylor von the day ; it),ertoiton"bltJat'ewTOrteiin,r- , ' Where fell the leaden rain ; Chaptiltepee sal Monterey, . ;$rtl:?oti:lB4,LuiH!'sLajM; ' Sr2LSUrr,,lifL,ri..,w".", V f . .7Kf? "J?VrrjH. O Respected by tho worl.1, Tie eabJe'raSf trie lltetly;,:.;- o 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. — 9 July 1864

-, - WVsJ5F yL-.y IB1 & U m ffi N Wtt gjufcpfltflflit OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. 3. W. ROBERTS. Editor. '(unlay, July 0, 1861. LINCOLN, & JOHNSON. CongreM. The Congress which lias just ad juurocd ha been distinguished for noth ing so much as stupidity and lack of ability. Made up in the lower House, in part, of copperheads, it could not be fzpectcd to shed much luster over the nation, or to carry through such legis lation as the crisis demanded. It' is true there was a majority of men in the House who did not oppose the ad ministration; but there were no men or at least very few who evinced any ability in matters of legislation. We have seen no commanding talent dis placed no Adams Clay, Webster. Indeed, there has never been a Con gress assemble where so little marked talent was exhibited. It was a sad pity. The hour and the occasion called for greatness; but they called in vain. Broken-down politicians and third-rate lawyers, with a large sprinkle of nood les, was the complexion 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. — 9 July 1864

sBSStT .mDNPENT;OSKALOOSANSAS?rSATU fllg I- She ifu4cpruditttt. .npntKnEncVFRT SiTrtniv unovivn it . . . r IISfcBIUUMi 4fllCTVB lyVIRl,- JLoci Sej0i)e)f. J. IV. ROBEUTS, Editor. Frotete Comrt. Theie will be an adjouri ed term of die Probate Court hel J on Wednesday the tenth of August.. All interstcd will take aotico. The Fourth. The'celebration of- the Fourth at Una . . place went off very pleasantly. There was a large concourse in attendance, such as politicians would number among the thoasands, if at one of their polili cal gathering; and every thing passed off quietly anil harmoniously. We did not see a sign of drunkenness during the day there were no rows, no quar rels, no fighting. The procession was long, and moved forward in good order ander Marshals Gibbs, Evans and Jenkins, nho did their -patt well. The singing was appropriate, the speeches good, the dinner ample, and every b64y ' appeaVed in good humor. The regular; toasts were announced last week in the programme. The fo...

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 July 1864

- THE INDEJPENDENT: 6skj&o6$; KvJ&ia&i :iac JVZ. TrrrT! rggs VT-' TfTTr 1VJUET S I 1 If rt- r -.- -s Health and Strength. A man who lakes proper care of Himself, mid indulges in plenty of air. exercise, mid, above nil. tecrention, ought to bo in a high-range of health and strength from twenty-four years to six'y-fite. . , . "It is not the stubborn letter," said Hilton, "that must govern us. but the divine and softening breath of charity, which tuins and winds the dictate of every positive commandment, and shapes it to the good of mankind." Anger wishes a man had but one neck; love but one1 heart; grief two ears; and pride, two bended knees. There is philosophy in the remark, tbf.t every man has in his own life fol lies enough; in the peiformxnce of his duties, defirienceis enough; in his otvn ind troubles enough;- without being carious about the nffiini of others. What are the points of difference be tween the Prince of Wales, an orphan,; a bald head, a goiilla? The prin...

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 July 1864

4 The- IndeDGiideBt'7 J.' T. ROBERTS, DebofeD fo Sgieity cc(w)ie$, Si'fe, etos, Sef liiehtfith. Editor nn(f Proprietor. lA3 i VOLUME IV, NUMBER 40. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS JULY 16, 1864. WHOLE DUMBER. 202. f ,3. i w - r?Mc.tl Iteton Ml" ATTUBC GUIDE. Mats. Jiox, v ife or On) Alislonarv to India, clo se Un. t- aulnul tribute Vt licr departed husband's ineiaory wltU thc exquisite &lanzas : lud a I Icaneil icj vrcary head ' ' Upon his proffered hreast. Aii3 scanucd the psriJ-hauntod wild. , ., . 'tFrom out my place of ret. -. I wondcrrd If th sUclng ones " Of Eden vrcre ciorj blest. ' 1'cr there was light -within raj soal, Light ou my peaceful war, And all around tho blue above, Tho clustering jtarllght lay ; And easterly 1 saw upreared Toe nearly gales of day. So, haul in hand, vo trod the wild, 31 anjrel lure and I, His llflod i ing all quit ering With token from the sty. fctran-e my dull thought could notdhinu T as lifted 'Jut to fly. .Again down life's dim Iabjriclh 1 grope uij &...

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 July 1864

... y; - THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JULY 161864. $3 Wxt witymimi OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. HOBEETS. Editor. Saturday, July 16, 180 J. LINCOLN & JOHNSON. Kansas Politicians. If ever a State was cursed with a set of reckless and unprincipled politicians, that State is Kansas. Like the unjust judge of the parable, they "neither fear God nor regard man," except in so far as they can use men as their tools to help them to 'power and place.' With truth they have as little to do as possi ble; indeed, we have sometimes thought they preferred lies to the truth when the latter would suit their purposes best; but we account for this on the hypothesis that they aie so unskillful in handling the truth, and so adroit in managing lies, that they feel awkward with the former and at home with the latter. As for fairness (o an opponent they no more think of such a thing than an envious bigot thinks of justly esteeming the object of his small soul's hale, They will garble public d...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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