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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 16 July 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1864. -' nWt IS l V r vl m w Wat dvymkwi 8 l'L'SLISIirQ EVEEY f ATCBOAY UOOXIXO AT OskalOGsa, Jefferson county, Kansas. J. W. ROBEHTS, Editor. Probate Court. There will be an adjourred term of the Probate Court heli on Wednesday the tcnlb of August. All iutersted will take' notice. Volunteers at Home. Tbo immediate need of ibe one hun dred days men is so apparent, we re gret to see any holding back on the part of those who are able to go; espe cially right here at home. We are aware that our township has been de pleted greatly for the regular three years service, but still there are enougli left to send 14 or 15 men for 100 days without spriously interfering with any industrial pursuit. Jefferson township has done nobly; 28 men and 400,00 in cash in one day! That is the right spirit that is the kind of action that will kill the re bellion. Now let 0&kaloosa township do like wise. Let the men wlio have means and cannot go, gi...

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

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUEDAY JULY 16, 1864. 13 I iii wMMt .ols. NAMES OF THE MONTHS. Our vounjj renders would, doubt- less.like lo know how the months of the year came by their names.- The names were given by the Romans, who used the Latin language, which at one time was spoken over most of the known woiid, and are as fol lows : January, the first month, which was so called from Janus, an ancient king of Italy, who was deified after Ins death. The word was derived from the Latin word Januaries. February, the second month, is derived from the Latin word Februo, to purify; for this month the Rom ans offered up expiatory sacrifices for the purifying of the people. March, the third month, ancicut 1' the first month, is derived from the word Mars, the god of war. April is so called from the Latin word Aprilus i. c., opening: be cause in this month the vegetable world opens and buds forth. May, the fifth month, is derived from the Latin word Majores, so called by Romulus, ...

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 July 1864

fjfvi r45 .7 ft ?-. .r Jilt i,,li Mi's ssw iJ . EA2!A;f ;j & -w 3f r?5- i ': i1L frfS"' J. W. ROBERTS, CtSebok8iogiciifiix, eetoiefi, Betes, fico'ehil liteie. Editor rind Proprietor. YOLUME IV, NlttifiEB 47. OSKALOOSA, EjtNSAS JULY 23, 1864. iJL WnOLE NUMBER. 203. - u - . : " " " - -- - - "v - " mi . m e 1 ii MtM W i ';! -m?i rTHE ,88 L DICK'S TEAS, Upon the hill he tamed To take a last fond look Of the valley nd th village chnrtb, And the cottage by the brook ; He listened to the sounds So familiar to his car, And the soldier leaned upon hli jrortf, And brushed evrnj- a tear. Ifencath tho eotuee porch A girl was ou bcr luees ; She held aloft a snow-white scarf, Which flattered la the breeze; She breathed a pmjer for him A prayer he could not hear But be pausad to blest her as she knelt, And wipe srar a tear. He turned and left tho spot O, do not deem him weak For dauntless was the soldier' heart, Though tears were on bis check. Go watch the forward rank . In dat.per's dark care...

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 July 1864

' XT T?!iS!&R? & 5BHE55SE THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JULY 23, 1864. Mt Hntat OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. VT. nOBESTS. Editor. Saturday, July 23, 1S(U, LINCOLN &. JOHNSON. State Authority. In response to a letter addressed to Tiim bj a number of the prominent citizens. of Lawrence, Gov. Carney has given a liistoiy of tlie financial and military condition of the State during- liis term. The finances are shown to be in good condiiion, hating, under his administration been brought from chaos to order, from tioihing lo a substantial being. In reference lo military matters, he found the State Government utterly ignored at Washington. It was not recognized, The right to commission officers had been arbitraiily and ille gally wrested from the Executive and given lo Lane in eftec', iu the name of the Secrelary of war; and to all intents and purposes the Slate of Kansas was trodden under foot and spit upon by the National Government. A more villainous and diabolical ou...

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 July 1864

c-Mmr;vZS THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS,. SATURDAY,. JULY 23,'l8L. Mm . 1 Ife gtafcjmwfeni S I UOUStlr.D EVIRT BATCBSAY XORXIXO AT flskalooit, Jefftrsoa Cointy, Eansan. J. TV. KOBERTS, Editor. Probate Court. Thete will bo an adjoun cd term of the Probate Court lieli 011 Wednesday tbe tenth of August All intersted will InLe notice. One Hundred Days Ken. Of Jefferson County we can say well done in reference to the men she was called upon to furnish for the one hun dred days sen ice, Col. Cooper fur nishes us with the following Fummary of results. At all the places appointed for the meeting of the mititi i companies the citizeus also turned out and nobly re sponded to the call. Ninety-eight men have been sworn in.being 13 more than our quota, and bounties furnished the recruits varying from S40 to S100 each man, some townships giving more than others; and the Colonel well challenges anv reaimenl or countr in the State to beat this action of the 4th Regiment and of Jpfffi-on Gountj...

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 July 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKaLOOSA, KANSAS, SAIUKDAY -JULY23, 1864. j, tr ies w fli? ptfle $lte. ANAXGEL. BV MARY A. DE.MSON. A little pauper hov sat down on the club stone and tried to think. '; His feet were bare, red, and cold; but never mind Hint. J he chill air penetrated hi ragged garment; but never mind that. He wanted to think. Who are these people pas inp him. looking so warm and com fortable? What did it mean that they should be happy and cheerful, and he so sad? None of them had such he ivy hearts that he waure of. He looked up into the cold blue sky. What va it :tnd who lived up there? Somebody said once that God would Sake care of him? Where va God? Why didn't he take care of him? Oh, if he could only see God for one liltle minute, or the an- eels ihat the good men told him of when his mother died' Did folks ever ee God? Did they ever see anjiels? An organ-joinder came near and took his stand. The melody he play ed lightened the Utile boy's heart somewhat: but it didn't warn hi...

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 July 1864

' 1M itei - $Ms'-SV4t T J. W. ROBERTS, SeboieS to figiciliii-e, ?$ecffti)ie& fttfs, etos, 9 Seijeht. Ittefctftifo Editor aiff Proprietor. n i ,(- VOLUME IV, NUMBER iS. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS JULY 30, 1864. WHOLE NUMBER. 204. Til ' -'- T - 1 "1 1 J " r a r - . I H f: I Tl rl ATkATl i-1 .TYl. II 1 I I 1 1 1 1 I It - I 1 1 I - III, - ?p M- VmL. Vx B- - -M L vBL X M M- I S i' ex iii S SftUsfai mix. Dance, liule zephyrs, blithely dance, Prance in the green grass, skip and prance, In el&nring; Breathe your lays on the msadow-lea, Laugh and leap in your spomre glee, " Dance and aln 1 Sing, ye soothing southern gales, Softly breathe jour erenlng tales, And roliere ; Kiss cie with your breathing lips. Touch me with your flnger-tipt Softly breathe ! Wall, wild winds of the maanUln clime, Toll a dire for this olden Urns In sorrowing tone; Hanntthe lonely, wandering streams, Where the moonshine coldly pi earns Wall and moan! O, melodious autamn winds. Murmuring through tbe midnight pines, Mi...

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 July 1864

& rter THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JULY 30, 1864. jSF a fxTgjpZSr m a She fmlfjmuM OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. HOBEHTS. Editor. Saturday, July 30, ISGJ. LINCOLN & JOHNSON. Demagognery. Tbe regimeul of liunJrtd days men is neaily completed, we believe, and it will not now be out of place lo speak plain truth in reference to the acliou of certain part:es as connected with this movement. We have been in receipt of the pa pers of the State of all shades of poli tics, and have read them with care, to see what position they would take in the piemises; and with the exception of the Atchison Free Press, the papers fiiendly to Lane have either stood in the way of the organization of the reg iment, or have given the measure such a cold half-hearted support they had just about as well oppose it. Nothing could be plainer than the tone of the press on this subject. There is spirit as well as Utter in writing for the press; and the spirit has been entirely wauling -in the La...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 30 July 1864

THE DCDEPENDENf: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 80, 1864; ITBLISIIED EVTJtT SATUEDAV M02NINO AT Oskalooxa, Jefferson County, Kansas. J. V. KOBEKTS, Editor- Probate Court. Theie will be an adjouri ed term of the Probate Court hell on Wednesday the tenth of August. All intersted will take notice. . , Tast Day. Next Thursday is the time set apait by the President as a day of fasting and prayer throughout the land, and we trust it will b universally obsened; for there certainly Is need of humiliation on the pari of oui people, and of piiyer fin- the clratiMiig of the land and the success of our cause. lire 'Mil oe service at me su, o, -. i . . it T-. Cuuroh tr. U.u place on tllat day, m half i-it-i if a o ciock, A. M. Rev. L. D Pkice will preach at that hour. We tiopa our citizens will all regard 'the day, regaid the President who des ignates it, and God who is to be espe cially invoked for blessing upon us on that occasion. Let not the claims of the world prevent us from giving a li...

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 July 1864

'"-Xffl&s' 4 THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JULY 30, 1864. I I i m i l-t I, got llw f ittlf xife MANGEL 11V 3IABV A. DEXISOX. 'Oli, the poor liule boy!' sob? Nel ly, Mhe poor little boy! I wish he had kept on the sidewalk; I wish he had staved at home with his moth er. Alas! in this world there was no mother to keep him. The doctor came; said he was not dead, but would very likely die. There was an hospital near. The poor thing had better be sent there. 'But the good lady would not allow that. She would care for him herself, bhe said. He had been -injured by one of her horses, and she feltt was her duty to attend to him. Besides, it was likely the child had no moth er. Such a boy as he, with a face so sweet and girlish, so pure and lovable, would never be sent on the streets like that, if he had a mother. Besides,(and here the tears fell,) there was a little mound not yet green over just such a child. No, no; it was not in her heart to put the poor wounded boy away...

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

' '""'i" . ii.M i l"l '. Il .,. Ki''J v-l 'Is 1 W ..il -4P '5SI ny.h -. . . ,. J. W. ROBERTS, " . ' : c - Eilittr ai4 Prtf ricttr. ? V& 01 ' ,' - G :v. r. - B3lr VOLUME IV, NUMBEB49, r J ,"! 4- ( c OSKALOOSA, KANSAS AUGUST 6, 1864.- a v;1 h. ii WHOLE NUMBER. 205. sbf sam uwl B .., 'tubw""" "aaa1 ""nal Bar m am i - ! nan WssL i- F fc. y a , ' ' r ' f r H 1 H i-c 'v . i f-i ' ' i H Hi H M l n a - I n n 'ArbPTin phi t nanm L"- y t -- - Ah nm bYM km y bbbbbV aaw nm y aWM bbbVj nm am aaVa - f .nav - ..! ...' If..,, f , - - -. i.-.,. U .J . -.- : " -- -. .. "" " - -"" : - - r ; zi ; : . . t t. , :i- . .-- .. , I M J' & dtrfe4 Itoriiw, ? XHETElfPEST. Of this sweet old ballad of the Tempest by Fiilss, one cau neVer weary. There is something In the lit- He dsngtec1 whispers above mil harass philosophy . .11 ,- ' We were crowded In the obis : - 'Hot teal woald due to sleep It WMialdstffct on the waters, 'Asd Vstorsa waeoalh deef.. ' Tls a fearful Iking, In winter, lo be shattered by t...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 6 August 1864

" J mtV wms THE INDEPENDENT: OSKaLOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY AUGUST 6, 1864. ST i i E. ki a ra i rff if? jt m m Hi M 1' l 5lw mfrm.ifrni OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. "J. W. HOBERTS -Editor. Saturday, August 6. 186J. LINCOLN & 'JOHNSON. The Opposition. It is' becoming more an J more evi-deni-tli.it ihe elements of opposition to the administration are gathering and insrahaling their' strength for a fierce conflict in November. As the very ex istence of our Nation is involved in the result of tlia Presidential election this fall, it behooves eiory patriot to pre paie fur the vigorous work before him, As matters now stand, the path of dutv is vrv plain. Fremont stands not even a ghost of a chance; and, besides, his bid for the patronage of the copper head element of the country has tended to lesson him in the estimation of that class of men who are for their country first, last and all the time and firmly determined to have the n. bullion put dawn at all hazards, and at ulialeter cost. Theio is. ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 6 August 1864

--- THE INDEPENDENT: ,OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUir0ArOTGTJSTT6n864: ? T FTT 4 lit ttdtptdtnl. rCBUSHID XVXXT SATTODAt HOXXIXO AT ".kiliest, JcffUMi Giutr, luiti. J. W. BOBRKTS, Hotter. Probate Ceit. Theie will be as adjoarr ed term of tie Probate Court hell on Wednesday the tcoib of August. All intertted Will mke notice. Saspieioii Character! Arrested. Six sen and a boy were arrested in tliis pliice on Thursday, on tbe suppose uon that they were basbwliackers. Af ter an examination, foar axea and the boy were released, there being no posi tive evidence against llien. Two of tbe men are yet in custody. One of then, who gives bis name as Peter Berry tut whose real nasse ia tboaght to be Unrtin Berry confessed to having been villi Thornton two days bushwhacking, tut .ty he was forced into the service, or went in to hg his pioperty, and de serted kiuI fled the first opportunity. The name of the other man is Mar tin, Rnd he resides in Jackson county, Kansas. He is probably an accomplice of ...

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

.-- 'jamaittiwtn -w ti w i' Hfyjpnwmpi jij WHses 'IZI. JTFTT THE INDEPENDENT! QSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY' AUGUST Js 1864: IT 5, 3S- t a(.i I iKi- 11 III ' fe. ? A FAIRY? TALE,-WITUn A ,H0RAL , , There was once'a poor woman, "and she had no dearer wUh tlinni once, by accident or miracle to ob tain a gieat deal of money, because she believed: that ifshe had money, all sorrow -and suffering would be :as jroTd(Tas"gone. The accident and the miracle djd nothappen for a, long timnowever,tilllne woman' one day Heard that on the slope of, a lull theregTewamong other grass, a weed, and if any one were so for tunate as to pluck it, the mountain would open, the plucKer would walk into a large cave at vhich seven men sat round a 'table, who would allow' Iter to taker away as much of their.treasureas she could carry. Prom this moment the poor woman had nothing more-pressing to do than to fetch hili-grass daily during me summer tor her cow, because she hoped to pluck the miraculous weed among it...

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

jast5SiA-4-- JwX &aM e 3A2t3i $mm J..! j i , r. - i J. W. ROBERTS, ScbofeJ fo agicijite, eciftii)icst flrts, ftetos, w3 Seijefci. Kiee. E4iUr aid Prtf rieUr. - , o L JE ' ' VOLUME IV, NUMBEE 50. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS AUGUST 18, 1864, WHOLE NUMBER, m Cai The Independent -U CI I t C 9ktttkt& WtltYYl &r v,rww THE FATnCBLA. T JlMIS imu I.OWILL. Where to the true aaaa's fatherland T It It when he by chance to bora ? Doth not the yearning spirit com In such scant border to be spanned? Oh, yet, hU fatherland matt be As the Woe hearen, wide and free t la it alone where freedom to, Where Gd U God, and man U man? Doth he not claim a broader span For the soul's lore of homo than this? Oh, yes, his fatherland most be As the bine hearen, wide and free I Where'er a human hevt deth wear Joy's myrtle wreath, or sorrow's cyref, Where'er a human spirit sirires After a life more true and fair. There b the true man's birth-place (rand, His U a world-wide fatherland. Where'er a single slare doth...

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

' " ' ' . .. ..,.. ,!, rnsf-: .''SgrMtfiltTiWWciJjaLw-j,WJaLitflWWl' yat- THE INDEPENDENT:' OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATtJEDAY AUGUST 13, 18r gr m n? Is... Hi J.'. 4 I HT- Ste fiulejmulmt nriMiftftcn ,.', gfc OSK ALOOSA, KANSAS, w J. W. BOBERTS. Editor Saturday, August 13, I8!! !: q: '4-Z - LINCOLN & JOHNSON. W T7" H-' u, W-'t- Duty of Loyal Men. It is plainly the duty of all loyal men 10 worK lor liaraionyin the ranks ol.llio. trao inenas olMiie Union: .now is'jtie time for inumpli obstruction. If the enemies of the government should sue- need by"ishy rtne'nsKin'Jdereiiting the Union candidates for Presidentand'Yice President this full, tlw country is cer tainly lost. He who now sows the seed of discord ., is an .enemy .of the jLTujon, be his. intentions and professions .what, fliey may1 If ever there "was a period in Uie history of a; nation' .calling "foi sacrrticeSjfor the general good, jhat pe riod is .now iu these United Slates. . .; Look, at the. condition of affairs. The ' opp...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 13 August 1864

1 u- W& wmwmmsTs mmM0$mtMsstM)i&kmmm$.mmm'4i,zm.-' & 7-W- .i -$ - "S f j mmmtmt : .v- l lUCLlSIlKD r.VEBI SATTBIMY MO&XIXG AT (IstaiftoCii.ItHtfSoVCoiinlV; Kansas. r r2 ' : J. W. EOBKKTS, Editor. . 11 -c-. - v - --Excitement. There lias been a good deal of excite ment in our community during the past week... The axrestsspokea of last week weretfoliowed by ahearingofr the par- ,;..?,ZiA a.iVa,.i.ni ;.!. ,..iQc!"""ua u"s",,ucu; leJ d"""";rT.'"vr.I"rV ' ': Maruand.th? convicjionf Barry" bushwhacker; -" fl At the present writing Berry whose ,snBme nppears tnTi'PrnrHfnTfIiBnrrv!cc-n'a Sa"' a steal name with a few.. ww . .,. ........... r..w. ., is lying in juil under sentence of con demnatloh. n portion of the citizens hav ing Tpted that.lie should be executed on. Friday or tlus week. 'PbjSundiiy he At(endeJ "civiuejwor shij). and re3os(d the prayers oX the. ChsjjiliJTniOTifesijhilign'sUjr.deeplpen-- i'.euce; t -Lie: had nftt'then leanietl ofthe sentonce piqnoiiuc,ei! aga...

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 August 1864

KMsfert V THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY AUGUST 13, 1864i V I r "SIGNS Tom and Chloe had been mem- bers of the kitchen department for many years, and were faithful and trustworthy. Hannah was a new comsr, quick and bright, but a firm believer in signs. She very confi dently asserted that when a dog howled under the window, it was a sure sign that there would soon be a death in the familv. Tom and Chloe combatted the idea, but little sister and myself thought that Hannah knev,and we believed she was right. Ask your mother," said Tom ; "she knows all about it." But we were ashamed to ask her, when only Hannah believed, and so we went to bed without an answer Xo the important question. Alas for tuir sleep! Thai very night a dog came under our window and com menced a dismal howling. Some limes it was a low moaning sound; then a long, loud howl, then a quick, sudden bark, and then again the low moaning sound. It was terrible Who was to die? Perhaps onr darling father, and t...

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 August 1864

r A"t : I 1 i 1. fe?11 J. W. ROBERTS, DebofeS -fo figicijliq ecfaifics, fttfiV iKetos, Serci Xiiehtf pc. Editor aid Prpriettr. - r t ji t VOLUME IV, NUMBER 51. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS AUGUST 20, 1864. WIIOLE NUMBER. 207. nf- J , mi llie Independent teto. THE AMKUICAX FLAG. When Freedom, from her mountain bight. Unfurled her standard to the air, the tore the azure robe of night, And tet the stars of glory there ; She mingled with Its gorgeous djes The milky baldric of the tfcies, And strircd Its pore, celestial white, 'With (treating of t!io monilcg light : Then from hit mansion in tbe un. She cilled her eagle bearer down, And gate into his mighty hand TUe sjnibtd of her choen land. Majestic monarch of the cloud, V.'ho resr'st aloft thy regel form , To hear the tempest tramplngs loud, And see the lightning lances driven, When strive the warriors of the storm. .And rolls the thunder drum of heaven ; Child of the t'4u! to thee 'lis given lo guard the banner of the free, Tohover in the suljih...

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 August 1864

38X& T& -c THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY AUGUST 20-, 1864. Sg 4mO&t Saig-J- - "'I vi lJ"J,t'.J!'"'V-!!L'it-' '' S3 ; 1: by 3? fet w IB 3" l! I n ; ?i I k ' I W li: 2 it 13 y !H1 3ft fii&jttmfcnt OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. EOBEHTS. EJior taurday, August 20, 18GJ. LINCOLN & JOHNSON. lane His Speeches Character. We do not oppose Line on personal grounds. As a man we wit-h him well Neither do we oppose him as U. S. Sen ator, strictly speaking. If he would confine himself to his duties as Senator he might remain in that capacity as long as B.-nton did, for aught we should cnre. But we oppose him on the high ground, that as a most base and profii ato corruptionist, lie i3 on enemy of the State? In this position we aie fully sustained by the facts and his own ad missions and boasls. We have already given our readers many facts in the premises, but we propose, biiefiy, to group some of them in this connection A3 A POLITICIAN. He says of himself, that no man ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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