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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 20 August 1864

A . THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1864 lis fmtymifcai 1'UDLISUED EVERT SATCKD1T MOCKING AT Oskaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. J. Vf. ROBERTS, Editor. Religious. Rev. L. D. Price, P E., will pi each iil the M. E. Church in this place on next abbnth, he having exchunoed la Lr wrh Bro. Wa'iden on that da-. Batting WhatMeans It? Our n.irhbors of ihe Jeff-roninn ., - , , comnifnce their operations in a niol inauspicious manner. Ihe annual hx- ft", r .y -o- - l ! r .1 inim 01 me riunuciHi cummiuu m wie County is "to be published, and one of the Commissioners is approached miu! told to let the publication out to the lowest bidder, and no difference how low we may bid, they (the Juffersonism Association l will under bid us for the -1 job! This is what printers call ratting, which they regard as the meanest of all meanness in their profession, and quite as low down as stealing. We know there is not a genuine" printer in Kansas or out of it but will look upon such...

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

6t THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY AUGUST 20, 1864. r.i m "t. i px flic IP $X!& $ THE MOTHER BOTE. The old meeting-house was to comedown soanew one mi"lu stand on the same spot. It had a very high steeple, which could be seen a great way off, and towards which many eyes had often been turned to see which way the golden rooster on the top was looking ; for he always kept his eye'directly on the wind, how ever hard it might blow. The first thing was loce the high steeple down safely, without crush ing the building. So, a man climb ed far up towards the top, and fast ened a strong rope to it. The rope was a very long one. Next they -went into the belfry and sawed oft" several of the strong timbers on which the steeple stood. They ap peared like legs, and were probably as high as two men would be, if one stoodupon the other's shoulders. Now, then, the street is full of men and bovs,a meat man v of whom take hold of the long rope to pull the steeple"over. But they .must ...

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

'st, -"-I HA '- J. W. ROBERTS, Seboicd to figicilfijfre, eciftnlcs, fi.H3r ftetos, ty Gei)ety( liteie. Editor aid Proprietor. VOLUME IV, NUMBER 52. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS AUGUST 27, 1864; WHOLE NUMBER. 203. The h JTtltttttl Ol 'ELI. HE. The rollowlnu lines, which breathe the true spirit of poetry, wer written by Lanr Flora Himiu, who was the Tictlro of a cruel slander while one or Queen Victoria's Ufles In waiting, of which she was proved completely Innocent, after a searching in vestigation, and the parity or her life and character so triumphantly ftalllshed,that the Queen restored her to roller confidence and favor than before, and shewed her marked respect and rojal favor. She was the daughter of Lord Rawdon, of Revolutiona ry fame, afterwards Marquis Hasting, whose cruel ty to the patriots of South Carolina Is matter of his tery. She was much esteemed by all who knew her IcLiuately , and died a few years ago, highly respect ed and beloved, by a lingering and painful disease. Tclt 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. — 27 August 1864

rsJir ' w - - "' '-c- ' " THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY AUGUST 27, 1864. lift 'ill 5fce fMpmtal OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. nOBERTS. Efiilcr. "Saturday, August 27, 180 J. LINCOLX & JOHNSON, The Central Committees. There aie two sets of men at lite present time acting ns Stale Central Committt.es of tho Republican party. One of these is bogus, necessarily so. Which is it? A few plainly stated fact will slimy. Two years go at the regular-Statn convention cilleil together to transact the Stale business Tor tlie pirtyva Cen tral Committee was elected lor two years. This election was legal and proper, anil nocepted without dissent by the whole nnrtv. Il watiietefontiie unanimous action of the party, and as such binding upon every true and loyal member of the same. Irtst spring at n convemion caili-d to gether for the single purpose of studio;.' delegates to a Xulional convention, and ns such not a State comentioi fot Sintv pitrpotfN in any sense wli.vev.sr. a caucus-drill...

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

-- J. iniwjii M r b3wik S- a . wipi-y -awy THEINDEPENDE:, r ll Ilirpfeptuflt t rUBUSHEU EVERY B1TCSDXT HORNI.NQ AT flskaloou, Jelfrnm Coialy; Itisas. JLoqi epH)i)cif)i. J. TV. BOBEKTS, Editor. State Republican. Union Convrntion. I The Republic in of Kansas mid all other loval cilizetis who are in lav or of a speed supples.. on of ilie exitiii' re bellion, Willi ilie leiuovHl of the chum thereof ; of the tesionttion of the Union in all it, iiuegriiy ; of n economical ad minisuanoi. of State affairs, and ouput ed to a prostitution or the public piion age to ielfir,!i and poli'ical puipiisr.. and to the proscriptive and (tv luua -pint .ij ready inaujruiatfd in this Sin to, are re quested to meet in tlelejj-iir coiiwmiuiu, hi Topekt, on TdesIiat, he 13iL iUy ol September. I8'4, :n 12 uYlok, M , o notnliMttF ca!i(iHlnte fo Hi follow in ot Ces: A G vej.ttor.Li u' G , S-te-tjA ol Siale Atldt'vi. Trt-aMtn i. Supt. r1 i'. tc lf'ruciioti, Aioriipy (icieiat; i.k8f"W tile yipi Hue C)lirt. Rep. ...

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

5is.'-, a y 'fi ---? J3- v ' fe,'- -iK i ---j:,r-x-- ii.j 'rftriy Tfrsl',sL.. i THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY AUGUST 27, 1864. &. ff I! :) SI "i . a. -t. I UK f -sV bsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxV f r the pifle rfb. A GENEROUS BOY. Passing down one of the streets of Milwaukee the other day, my at tention was attracted by the shout ing of a boy, who was driving a pig from theside-walk, in front of a fruit and grocery store. The pig had upset sundry baskets of fruits, nuts, &,c, and was helping himself, as if in welcome to their contents. The grocer, who soon appeared at the door, took a different view of things, and hurling a two pound weight at the intruder, remarked: "That ni? Is getting too familiar about here.' The boy assisted in collecting to gether the scattered fruits,and things were soon in good shape again. The grocer ottered K pay nun for tiie as--distance readened, but the boy refus ed it, tatimatiBg that it was" a trifl ing acatler, for which he wanted no reman...

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

U-' L. " , "Ssr -tBwBaaal Ihe Independent ii 'J J. W. ROBERTS, Deboiei) fo 8gici.ftfre, ecic;?, Hfrfe, ftetos, qn)D ScpeI titeffiik z. . j Editor aid Proprietor. it. .- r H Hfl VOLUME V, NUMBER 1. 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS SEPTEMBER 8, 1864. " 1 -'"J'njc: "urrrni r vnitrtrn -" ii iiiii.r. it -lnp.i. u-iiti.t .. ..vuu ..VV.VM.- felW. & - S. - - . J5 - j j k a,- its. iVb jpp. B8JM-"-v MSk '9 f . Kf J ta" . - t-f 3&- -J - 5 (fls- ' saS SFiUtfci 01 LOVE IS EVEKY WHERE. 5 . The mlr la fliled with recti snag An under song of wooing Asthshuf-euthroud-d wood n'erttow VI Ith Ihe 'ami of the ring dove cooing. In nature's dsepeit haunts, I hoar a voice that chants: "Why ehoald Ue earth grow olJ with care. Slues Lore, sweet Love, U everywhere." Te wl't hear at night. If je Uttea well, Maie In Heaven ringing, And amid the Mart a melo-'y. As of angel vo-cca tinging: For the spirits who. In the aherea of light, Hare made their happy dwelling. To each other, arrow the d-plhi of apace,' Their tal-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. — 3 September 1864

& V? w u THEINPEPEaENOSK-ALGGSAi-KANSlSrSATFAY QErTEMIMUt-LMJ. -r ,7V t if -9' ,2.. J v'? -4w ? "A V v .. v . ... fife wifejrcfoat OSKAL00SA. KANSAS. 7. W. ROBERTS. Editor. Stmrdty, S2pte:nber 3, 186 J. UNCOLN & JOHNSON. Some of lant's Triclu. Lane goes arouutl over luo Stole boaai- ingof his influence at Washington. But liow does ha succeed there? As he does everywhere else, by trickery. Instance the following : Senators are now charged with the appointments anade at their solicitation or suggestion. Lane had been charged with a mn as ha as entith d to, and having st-vera! of his hungry brood still to supply he went to the President and named 'some half-a-doifen men to be appointed to cer tain poition,tying to Mr. Lincoln that Senator Pomeroy wished the appoint ments made. The President asked whj Pomeroy did not ccme himself, and Lxne ait!, in substance. That owing to his connection in the Chase secret circular affair, he felt a delicacy in the matter,but that the appointme...

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

Trr - A sf - p TH-E-INDEPENDENTOSKA-LOQSAiANSASy-SAT-URDAY, SEPTEMBER-3, 1864. fcet. Lfl J 'M d lYsT Bl , tPii ACE St: J7.V 4 : s.c HE calo rEl e in MEDICJ ntsperi loruoo. ihsbe iviiic cdB Xt V ,n"l-V 15 iqu '- KP05BSI J V ;iiii ,.cfcl -s 1 a i , S arde ncy ' CJ Will CE3- T.5--e.''l r pu-l I Druifj r of 1 ONUVi H.PJ 'I: m gsoUttent a rcsitsniD evert iatckpt u Oskaloosa, Jefferson Gounty, Joqi Seprtii)ei7l J. V. KOBHKTS, Editor. State Republican Union Conmition. The Repablic ins of Kansas, and all other loyal citizens who arc in favor of speedy suppression of the existimr re toeliioit, with the removal of the cause thereof ; of tlio lesioranon of the Union in all its integrity ; of an economical ad ministration of Slate affairs, and oppos ed to a prostitution of the public p.ttron aye to tldtli and political putposcs. and to the proscriptive and factious spirit al ready inaugurated in this Slate, are re-qut.tt-d to nit-et in delegate convention, hi Topek-i, on TuasDAT, the 13th diy 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. — 3 September 1864

s 'vc""', m THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8r 18 1 - ,-, f ' - ' r it- .1 .3 CcnMo'l b3 Choaked Cff. Tl e Clinton Contain n-IN a mwv of Jl mral jil.iln-.. jiliei, wild hml M'tmv'lia JtdvmiCeil to eni- wii. in It.uiii... mticli of ilif iin.Meiif-. ol nature. Wliat Liiouleilfo ilit- ..il Mi.mUniht m glenmed was niiiii.lv iiideitoiiil.'in tcieiice. He ilid iiniLiiiiw wtfiiei n iiiieioscopn was ".-.unioilijii to em R n-w fitnlf i larmiii mud ine." A Joint:: friin.1 fnL It. ni m-I oo, iinei JmiiI him viit, ami tin- fiy aiiiu lo enlighten the oM man on "the uon- tlPPS ul tile l!lH'lSCr". II ."Jl.lilll. II ol vluh I e can if. I ..bout lum. V i, tliu o'il pi ili0i!ir r.a miking n lui gal meil in the H.-M m no ut. the oitii proJine.i liisi iiiiuriiCKpf.auil xplaiiiiil lm I'jx-i.iii.iii, iici U-illiisiiaf.l In cxhil.i.ini; "rs Kw.i upiMi s-ef. i.il btj an. I ilitvrs iiiinuii; n.um of awnr 1 nutters ai lian.l. To hi- Mirtr:e. il,. a'il pupil i:id not niiniie-l mud. asrn...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 10 September 1864

--.' i& limmmmiafemmM i7J jV ,M08&K .a ...O ViA." s tdS st saussi " -' t r -. ia' - .eawraoo Jia y .. m 1 ; zl ''f', ' 3im:TgrE . - - j. I '1 .iJ.gf.iO,.' '".-jRbiioif JS31 .iBit ' ' a M-i y T ' -- sr S ot At IIT 1 " V , '-it. ' ;v -- trtrm H aaam I ho bbbbi m . .Tw . i -aa-wmi. -emw y Jt---'-w aaaa) .-- - - - .mwaaw "H "H . . lfll'Ti ?fls&jti H j VM V " " I 'am J " .L H ft VH A H B H "JSa""B-. By- , . .."' i ''"" "f.K-aijfe.j-' - . B 'V .-; " iJL. .r . c: T p" rr . - -- ' - -ji- - - -, -t.t .-tltzj:: jrr cli ku i4ai u' u ' '' ":.;c'"l;- .t:-,, i i) -till ! ..i9,ki nems. aw oeierai xiieraiwre. -, EililoraiilrProprSetor. "1 :. ,v.- vr. ? i w -- ? . ' 1: t C , t.;a: .i -jtT. :. ( f T . V t a " ' r - - '-sfi 4 ' ' , ..f ...,. , .. VOLUME V, NUMBER 2. 0SEAIa8AJtANSAS JfflaPTEMBEltlO, 1864. s-. - IfHOLE NUMBER." m- w -S i) n.dOir.. ILi.t , ;:7 M t. r,.n,- .'It! at. J 7';Aiar J..W; ROIKTS, '1 3 . V ' .". f4frfd ?Ii;nSEUV DAGUKefitBATlYCS. XT KM. HUT JC Milk-white, Ma-jed, gtia...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 10 September 1864

' -x-r v lis Mst ' . Mt fufopjiiBM OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. V7. ROBERTS. Eiitot. Saturday, Ssptembcr 10, 1861. LINCOLN fc JOHNSON. An Imperative Duty. (TTlie first great duty of the Adminis tration, after" giving very aid possible to our armies in tho. field, is to make relentless, war upon the arrriy of .thieves and plunderers who hre 'robbing the government,, and placing criirie at'" 'a premium. To-day, in Kansas, it 'is held to' be good policy to suppoiLlhc thieving power, because it holds the Federal patronage and t dispenses of fices. "This is ' friirlilfuf' condition of things, but it islaroentabltxue. .Men say.-fer instance, that Lane is basely corrupt, but iCpays to support him ! To tji'is cp.n.ditiori'have'tr6 come at last! ' 'Ailc Wifdw, peer.jfalier, all who know Lane;'ajid tli'eVtf ! rjjolVmn of them but will own that he is a dis h&nesi 'demagogue, but they stand by Uirn ;for tb pay. No mv of any in telligence will insnlt himself and lie to his own conscience by claimin...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 10 September 1864

y - - - - -n.-- - - . -?:? .. v-- , '"Jafassip (who pmctioe these vile acts of plunder, art enemies. of th couatrX &T& the country loyalists and traitors against it that corruplionists and cop perbeads arMlikoM ol Ut Gov- jiiiuci r .'jiaBa aawaa-'Barai 1 fwIx ri'BLIsnED EVSET SATCB.DAT MOBXISO AT ,-ubb' ' -ll BBT f ' iooml o 81 3 aBIBH M .I3VH K'i 3BaBvaaaaaawaaB gaiBjaji -3-d: :V oit'i elp- inirj A ?nxM,:ir. ' n ,pii uiwi iwa '& ,i .-w'l ts' i. rv nut, -v . ns?i . wist ofjiMig n-OB'' aiitmi PflE3F(S&gg -rl!! !1 f . CT .. .. n rt 31 art e-'fiMrjre.-H UiuunnJ La L? AttowBfjM; CtmmOm at Law. i ;oej - j em&hA''m hofcl4JbfJcjfjt from honorable fellowship and respectable society. !vr for our noble army, we denounce and .i!Ouefj-nrr;ni i;n r e"i b 1IWB1v rft6fBjfciriT I.r r,? rJfor --- :--' f t'.-w UiW '.: T'iAJITXa " ! iOJtJ.J Biuiati ,s---3iii injilT;li x.niiam la . aarw. jwbl bb awa waa- aaaaa arm .aaai aaw. a4S?SfteWaKftfit: a n ul ;-Je.3eoi5A iOtncIOl-i'jsl ljkJ !...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 10 September 1864

'a? - "gtm iiihwlh mi mi... -? If Ci 'Mgpari)ENf; -LoosivxilApPipi' 1 X n r - - - n-r 5 baoj U.1 The Fox and tiie Grapes. One Hnday'lirauturnnrrPox crept in to a garenwhereijie ripe Grapes WereThimging: itt Beautiful clusters from the trellis-work against a sun nylOrain He'Ulooked attorn with longingevesud at iastjump eJ upwind snapped3, at: tfctfowest bunch ; Utlt, Alas ! it was beyond his reach. H3 tried acaiu, and then a- sain, but with no better success, and at length.finding that his attempts were alPvairiViie tossed up his head andiwalked-,a way, savins to himself, "Whfsh'odldroubfe myself 'about them ? the grapes are, sour. Don't pretend" trFdespise thaf'which you cantiM,otaitf.U'i cz.v ST. Tub, Boi-a and ihe,Fbocs. A nurrhdlbFwSriV,ne day playing'fiy tjjie side of V pond ; and seeing that it contained a great ntWrFtoVtKeygan'lopelt .tkem?with stones, .xTheyThed killed several of rthem. henaa.old froir. IfieratbVr WTsowie" of thVldst rres, raisedisieadboVlhejyaler and crie4 o...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 17 September 1864

T. rV x ; "3KT'T r..5 ."? ! . OfTi,TPn rvTrTv.KB-jrrvT tttjt x ' ' -j.ai4 a r .ii f j.v . .i.vi r j.ji ULJ.J-a kmttrt - , .jr - - . j 5 Kiiai;ia 'jut U ! . tirtmWfg l rJ .."STS .. :l fcsl hoi filh 'inJ 77 i . . uj.t aisi n i -iij.i Trrrr t :-- --U. H T w? W VI 3 V A 3 J ! J,800aa0 -j 3rJ8 weK 'loa "is la ii r.-ir. juIIsisirW : . .i i. ... . . 2A2HAS ,A200JA!20 i.H . I -" "" --"--- - 1. III frw, r rn T 'TfTTTTIT fit! I IDY TPi.l . fOAfi flffi&jEtfo a - ...I ? tw a.j.30 i.i.hjjj L.a MiC-'j'"uV JWTUh'i viVcn W IB .If n; u i. ' -r i P-ll vii. 'I I . , fw.TJ - I 4. . .. I.' '1 -" -'"' -"" - 1- - ' Lt4 all, It. 'J t I itd ,itn.irfiflyo ftt Tr .Mii , . ta -SZSSI02 . . . .EiJOoieViii .VISlGSJCi OOfl '1 fc Ct& !U u jf ( ROUERl I J19iti-4 i - if! uw.a iii"" 3' ,-5? cs .pJiiBisfiH i. q r---&rg.-t r Tit-: 1 ,?" -. , . . - i " rjif r- T0SK!ffiLOOSA;lMsSTittBEB If," M.' "" ' ' 5 J -v Ji!fijf)SMi' VJLE fflMll'lil? T I .U r TI d trot ,8311 J 17 ,ZihM if US. nil. to1 ii V"t gair.ii ti-3 ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 17 September 1864

"wimiir awuiLpXLijJAaogyHrM awavojt,ar wsw---awj j um wtfjMWBRiaai THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KAKSAS, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17. 1864. if N , m '. s .. , K jT lie itiftnkni OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. Siturday, September 17,' 1861. LINCOLN & JOHNSON. The State Contention. Tim Stale Union Republican Conten tion'mcl at Topeka on the 13th; at 12 o'clock, M., was called lo order by S. F. Atwood, and temporarily organzed by the appointment of Judge W. R. Saunders, of Coffey, chairman, and J. T. Morton and J. W. Roberts, secret ries. On sioiion a committee of one from eacli Judicial District on credentials was voted, endS. F. Atwood, N. Price, W. Wells. W. P. Dutton and Silas Fear1 were appointed said committee, A similar committee on perminent organization was Ordered and the fol lowing gentlemen named upon it: J. M Orr. P. L, Hnbbard, J. T. Morton. D. G. Campbell, And Jas. Rogers. Adjournment to three o'clock, wlien the'coramitlee on permanent organiza tion reported Hon. ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 24 September 1864

srr- nni I ho - 3ff "am -n? I't'L: .r :---' .:-.;. .-!w,;i jf'iij 7:! ;.l.!::a 11 ? rt at 'JPTff1 "pl'fJ 1 r- - afe-, 'f -v !..'! . i .1 :n:i . - ; ? ft jfe. AV I W r. & V-- V. V f:m, . . i' i '-,,1 i ! '' . I ; i" f'-air .w.-j - - "4 . 5 fr j . .v.t'i 'SaviaF.-.'V t ''' r- ,j be (-'jjif tjw i-i.. ; i., v J. W. ROBERTS, . K"? ' .t J' i Sebpteoto 9gieqiier ecii().C$, &tfs, etys, QJ)0 SciJCI. Jiiefllfe. -Tr fc'J - -,. Editor am! Proprietor fJ- ?. VOLUME V, NUMBER J. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS SEPTEMBER 24, 1864. '' ' i '"" "" if ' '.o . .1 n , WIOLE NUMBEKg r i ' j r? i "lk- l v 1S-V v arvv tnM III &I 1 IM'il 1 IBB .- il ' H I ' " I . ,, J ill. i I tl I i I l ,. ' . ,r i &V - .- - t - - HEV0L1JTI0NARY TALE. ' Tom v-s o sound of Kuvelry by nfeht." The moon was shining brightly upon tie polished musket and gorgeous equipments of a sentinel in the scarlet uniform of the Bluffs the crack regi ment of the daj as ha traversed his brief round at the garden gate of fJrcciiwich-st,, beh...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 24 September 1864

S2' '.' 0-ffWy;lir'wt,t' j ' -a, -- l 3V -waal, -hf-ir t. nwr on ana In THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 1861. 5? lite gutfertt&t 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. Saturday, S2ple;iiber 2J, 18GJ, Union Republican Ticket. For President ABRAHAM LINCOLN. ' For Vice President, 1 ANDREW JOHNSON. ForCo.igrcss, Oes. A. L. Lee, of Doniphan. For Governor, Solos 0. Thatcher, of Douglas. Lieut. Gov. Jons J. Ikoalls. of Atchi'on. -Secnf State, Wll. K. SacxdeR-. of Ccffey. Treasurer, Capt, J. R. McCixee, of Riley. Auditor, Asa IIairgsove, of Lynn. Att'y General, II. Gbiswold, of Leavenworth. Slipt. Tub. In-l. Re. J. 3. Dbott, of Douglas Associate Judge, S. A. Ki.ngma.v, of liiown. Tlhe TJnioa Republican Ticket. We fee! safe in saying that a better selection of men for office was never presented as candidates for the suffrage of the voters of Kansas than those nom inated by the contention of the 13th inst. There is not a black sheep in llie -ticket. Every man...

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