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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 24 September 1864

''-4r THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, Ml t M'BLIsnED EVERT SATUEDAT MOBMNQ AT Oilaloosi, Jrffersoii County, Kansas. JLoeaJ Jkrffiieiff. J. W. KOBKUTS, Editor. County Convention. The Union Republican party will hold a convention nt Oskaloosa, Jeffer son County ,0!i Wednesday, October 5th, 1864. .it 11 o'clock A. M. to nominate candiilnies for County oftices anil a State Senator. All persons who stand bv the government and heartily sap port the administration in its war mea suies to put down the rebellion, are in itrd to participate in the selection of delegates to the convention. Tlic following is the ratio of repre sentation. Oskaloosa 6 delegates; G. Falls, C; Jefferson i, Osawkee 4. Rock Creek 2; Kiw 2; Kentucky 4, Sarcoxio 3. The qualified voters under the call -w Unmeet in their respective townships, at the place of voting, on Saturday, Oct. If, and select thoir delegates, to uhe convention. By order of the Union Republican Central Committee. J. W. Ro...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 24 September 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS S&TTJBDAY SEPTEMBER !24'mU r - -rrf B & r; I , s -J $ ite pttle IK THE BUCKWHEAT. Often, when one, after a shower, passes a field upon which buckwheat is growing, he sees that it has be come all seared and black. It is just as if a flame of fire had overrun it, and the peasant says : "That has come of the lightning.' But why came it fiom that? I will relate wliat the sparrow told me rtnd the sparrow had heard it from an old willow tree, which stood.and still stands, bv a buckwheat field. It js a very large, venerable willow, out gnaned and old; it is cleft in the middle, and grass and blackbeiry vines grow from the opening. The tree bent over, and its branches drooped quite down to the earth, as ii mey were long, green hair. Upon the fields around grew grain rye, bailey and oats. The ffrain stood so blest, and the richer the ear the lower it bo.wed in willing humUitv Buf tlfere was also a field of buck wheat,' and this lay just over by the ...

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

n Y I 1 ii.'luU'l" M- rf iWte.J! . 1 1 Jp .tantoytitf & i .1 '. : - ' , -r ,U'-JJi j rim T Vv l 3 V 3 J ::.' . . : i; lo -i5 !;&? f AX ", .:!ho7rt .? k '. - , ;;? ' 7 rT :.? v;.nf: ".r; r T .si. .; i:: ir. -v.'-V.s't i"i&7ad i--.; : :. ''-;a .cXCuU U i. J.rW.; ROBERTS, geboieS fo Sglcitlfiity ccKic, fiHs, ftctos, w3 fiepetyi Ijiehtfifi-e. fM J. fflittr u Prtjr.eUr. 'a: j-. ; rj;,. .. 4 VOLUME V, NUMBER 5. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS QCTOBEK 1, 1864. TCH0LE NUMBEfcS21lLhU ijii - s : I I It . - , s.fi - ' ifi m m yl - 7 Iv W' 'III 'm ' 7 ' ;l aaa-" . k-"' "-"B"v " B" , - " jbw.bbbw, K , r l Stated SWbfc THE LIGHTER BURDEN- A pleasant family sitting-room. Time, evening. From llie small bronzed chindeiier Jiangs a drop-light, over the centre tabic covered with books. The warm air comes in through an open re gister, giving lo the apartment a genial summer temperature. The room is not large,- nor the furniture costly. Every thing is plain, but good and comfortable, Three young children,...

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

f'ww ygw'gr -ir THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY OCTOBElt 1, 1864. i. M xvznmTtn. mm- - mwwm'wi-jvc TWMaufw - fl f C3 PS k. i? -. W1 o he giulsjmitoi OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. jPBfctJ.JHr. aPBEnXSEditpr., Sturaay,iIOcioi)ef 1,11861. UniOttiRepublican Ticket. For President ABRAHAM-LINCOLN. a r Fur Vice President, iv ANDREW JOHNSON. ' rorCoagrcis, Gkx. A. L Lee, or Doniphan. For Governor, Solos O. Thatcher, of Douglas. Lieut. Gor. Jouv J. Inoalls, of AtcbNon. Sod Of State, Wjl. K. fcAU.NDEU'. of Coffey. Treasurer, Capt. J. R. McClube, of Riley. lAuditor, Asa IIaicgboyj:, of, Lynn. Att'j Genera!, II. Gbisttold, of Leavenworth. SuptPub. In-t. Rev. J. S. Drown, of Douglas. Associate Judge, S. A. Kixgmax, of Blown, - Where the Money Goes. We have repeatedly spoken of the t.liameful,waBte of the funds of the gov ernment dn this hour of the nation's greatest ueed. We see by the Topeka Record that our remarks have hit the nail oh the head. That paper speaks of the matter as "twaddle." W...

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

" THE INDEPENDENT; OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATJJBPAYj-jQgiaHT Pi G, nnkixl . , rCBLISUED EViRV SATUBDA1 HOKXIXQ AT Otkaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. ocil Separttyci! j. V. KOBEKTS, Editor. sr . County Convention. The Union Republican parly will yj a convention at Oskaloosa, Jefler- County, on Wednesday, October 5th, 1864. l 1 ' o'0'00'1 A- - ,0 nominate n(iJstcs tor county oiuces ami a cte Senator. All persons who stind tv the government and heartily sup porUhe administration in its war mea inies to put down the rebellion, are in vited to participate in the selection of jcrraics to the convention. The following is the ratio of reprc sfntaiion. Oskaloosa 6 delegates; G. Falls, 6; JifleKcn4, Osawkee 4, Rock Creek 2; Kw 2; Kentucky 4. faarcoxie J. The qualified voters under the call trill mtelin their respective., towusliips i the place of voting, on Saturday, Oct. Ut, and select their delegates, to the convention. By order of the Union Republican Central Committee. J. W. Roberts, c'y CS...

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

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKLOOSA, KANSAS,-SATURDAY, OCTOBEK 1, 1864. : gtXbi THE GRAMMAR LESSON. "Henry, have you learned your lesson?" inquired Sirs. Linrolu one evening ns she saw her son engaged in reading n siory noon. "No, mother; il is a grammar les son, and I hale it. BeMfJes, what use is there in mv studying it?" " 1 o teach you to speak conectly.' "I .impure, mother, 1 can talk well enough now, without any help Irom a book." Mrs. Lincoln was silent a few mo ments, and then said : "Henry ,when your bed time comes this evening, if you have made les than six grammatical errors.you may perhaps, dNcontinue the smdv of grammar for the rest of the week. Aunt IMaiy may lake notice of what you say, and wiite down your mis takes, and at nine o'clock we will hear the result." "Oh T' cried Henry, "how nicely I shall, get lid of it! You may be suie rhall not make six blunders in two houis." By and by the clock struck nine, and'auntnMary laid a?ide her work and took up a piece of paper. Hen ry ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 8 October 1864

-4 -- - n . ! Wl i ukim an ii . The H - '' f" r t rr i r t ?. liwfifiaKr " ,! r .i .ri -l It ,l!wr Editor aid Prtfriettr. . J. W. ROBERTS, Sebofed to agictlfqfre, ectjiwcs, fitts, ftetos, w9 Geiei Jitefe. VOLUME V, NUMBER 6. 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS OCTOBEB 8, 1864. VnOLE NUMBER. 211. 3B ' r B Independent K LULA'I LLTTH. ACUlTfltaty. 'Mamma' taidraj little daughter, may I write a letter to soldier ? All the girls have. 'Writes letter to a soldier.my cbild?' Yes, mamma. Maggie and Mary have writun theirs and put them in the comfort bngs.nnd we think the soldiers Fill be pleased to find a letter. We sewed all yesterday afternoon and Mag gie's mother is giong to send them away as soon as I write. May I V Leave granted, Lula brought the wherewithal, and sat down gravely to the pioduclion of an epistle. After an hour's hard work the brought it to me, nicely copied for the final reading. The composition was unassisted, and ran as follows: "Dear Soldier. We have all been nuking things for the sol...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 8 October 1864

I taMBMte WBBS-2-! THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY OCTOBElt 8, 1864.F IHIPI & m. r3 1 She fmfeptott OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. 5. V. BOBERTS. Editor Saturday, October 1, ISGJ. iJniOn RepUDllCan TlCket For presMfnt ABRAHAM LINCOLN. For Vice Prp.ident. ANDREW JOHNSON. PorCoigress. Gkn A. L. Lee, of Doniphan. For Governor, Solos O.Thatciiee. of Douglas. Lieut. Gov. Jos.v J. Isoall, of Afcki-on. Sec of State, Wat. K. ac.der. of C-fTy, Treasurer, Cpu J. R. McClcre. of Itilcy. Auditor, Asa Hairkbovk. of Lvnn. Atl'y General, II. Gbi'wold. of Lcnvcnxx-nrth. Supt. Pub. Int, Rev. J. S. Bnovry, of Uongbs Associate Judge, S. A. Kjxgsiax, of Uioxvn. Gen; Lee and Sid. Clarke. The Leavenworth Bulletin eulogises Sid. Clarke, and denounces Gen. Le xs a 'selfish 'ambitious and 'heartless' aspirant for fame and plftce. Let us look at this charge a moment. Gen. Lte resigns a ood office nrd enters the army to fihl for his countryt and c:n many a well conirated field, per iling life and limb, he...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 8 October 1864

THBIINDEPENDENff: 08H2X0QSAKASsASJ mn3KDAOtomm. HS64J 1 r 1 ) m i If i . - The Leavenworth District Ministerial t - Aisociation . :. Will convene ;u OsKaloosa. Kansas CANDIDATES. si-(joLisiEirm-EfiTrs)TL'ioAonki.No at o Tuesday Evening, OCTOBER llth, Oskaloosa, hftthou Coun'lf, Kansas. ,864-' T,ie opening sennon will'le ti ;, n-'. r,-i .' 'f -v pienolied ou Tuesday evening nteaily camiltjjJjgiM, by -Hey, J. Lltwienee, of tl.e TfovrcriU.- 'O iHVe"d ifesilai- at Jbqj.ejpHJi()eif.J jjt ot r -f J.' W. KOBEKTS, Editor:' ' " Coanty Committee. As the Central Co in my tee of Jeffer son County has had no meeting this year, and the call ,fortlie? Convention was wide under thqcircurjaslaneeelie where explained; and in furllier -view ot tlie nornous position of affairs in the County ,lliemrrnber: of the Central Committee are hereby requested to meet at the offiue of the iKDErEKnkfcT in Ostaloosn, on Saturday. 'October 15lk, 1S64. for the purpose of consultation. Ii is earnestly desiied that eve...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 8 October 1864

i?A THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY OCTOBEB 8. 1864. I?' It! Pit t 31 a i ; i I e! g arm aufl Htmyu. Ovsr-Worked Women. An over worked woman is always a sad sight saddera great deal than an over-worked man, because she is so much more fertile in capacities of suffering than a man. She has so many varieties of lieadache sometime-.ifJaeJ were driving the nail thai killed Sitera into her temples sometimes letting her work with half throbs as if it would go to pieces some limes lightning lound the brows as if Iwr cap band were Luke's iion crown and then her neuralgias, and her backaches, and her fits of depression, .in which she thinks she is nothing, and less than nothing, and those paroxysms which men speak lightly of as hysteri calconvulsions, that is all, only not -commonly fatal ones so many "trials which belong to her fine and'mobile structure, that fcho is always entitled to pity, when she is placed in conditions which develop lier nervous tendencies. Dr. 0. IF. Holm...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 15 October 1864

3 " f - -e r g,,:,:r,1-." -.JJ , . v v f s ttfrfM ii- .HTPOW V " - e" LWROBERTS, J tl -U; Jflrfl N lf Af 3kbofe8 to figicitlfqfy ecfaijics, fitfs, ftetos, Genety. 3Litehtfth. Editor aid Prep rietfh VOLUME V, NUMBER 7. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS OCTOBEB 15, 1864. WHOLE NUMBER. 215. - - - M , , Independeiit I he 4 i CANDIDATES. To the voters of Jefferson County: I hereby annouoce myself as an Un conditional Union candidate for the office of County Superintendent of Schools for this County, at the ensuing election. A. E. Parker. To tliepoUrs of Jefferson County : I hereby announce myself as an Inde pendent Union Candidate for the office of Clerk of the District Court of Jeffer son County ; and should you choose to honor me with the position, I will en deavor to the best of my ability to prove myself worthy of your confidence. - ES. CoNWKLL. To voters of Third Judicial District: Out-side of the mysteries, plans, or intrigues ol partisan politics, 1 announce myself as an Independent Candidate, at...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 15 October 1864

J-""" if J. '. SSUWi!" THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY OCTOBElt 15. 1864. j , . Vi X i f i. fnfoimjfeai OSKAL00SA, KANSAS. - 3., VI. HOBERTS. Editor. ytlM.rdyi October 15.J8GJ. Union Eejublican Ticket, For P -5 r n "" ABRAHAM LINCOLN. , . KirVi(V P P'Vrn'i ' ANDREW JOHNSON. Tor Co-i;rcM. Gr.v. . L. Lee, of Doniphan. a- For Governor, Poi o O Thatchee of Dmis'n. Lieut.Gov Ioiv.T Isovu., of A c'l on. SfC.of ."Hit?, Wit. R. -AUDrR-. f C fi-y. Treasurer, Cipt. J R. Vclvee of IMcy. AuJitir, Asa I'-Air.RnovE of Lvnn Att'y Gnrn,II GBNTdiLn nf L-mrn-v rlh. Eupt. Pi.b. Tnl. Ri v. J. S. t HOTTW of l)ou'as Associate Judse, S. A. Kingman, of Ihoun. '' Religious. Public sen ice may bo exppcled nt the II. E. Church on Sihbtthat IihIi past"ljn oVKck. A. M. ns u-u-ih We hope "Rev. L. D. Price ..ill be present nndpteacb. V Sabbath School. Let i all the children he preen',a' Bubbnih &:hool.on Suitd-iy.it: 2 o'chvek. P. M." A full school i tHities'lvdeMr' ed, both of scholars and teach...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 15 October 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. — 15 October 1864
Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 22 October 1864

JmS" J. W. ROBERTS, Sebofeo fc agicqttqi-6, ecljwi$, fttfsv tfehiv 3 Genety. ILiiehe. Editir at Pnfriettr. j r .mtpA Ps; - few I no i lnaepeadeiH,?s , aSaWSWaBBnaWmwSBl C1 -.- - . . - . at, fr"i VOLUME V, NUMBER 8. 'I' golitol & pjforiral, SPEECH OF SHATOi WADI. f At Meadeville, P.. September 17, J864,Hob. B. F. Wade, of Ohio, made ,a speech, portioBS of which we copy '""" below. -.Evervbodv should read then. He firstTecites the chums' aad open-l isg-aci 01 we reoewoii, wen reiera 10 his proles', copies of which the Demo crat had potted in hand-bill form all oter the g round, saying be had told the truili, and was boI afraid that it fwould hurt the great cause he had no fears from trutli aad its bold expres sion; and as he had told the truth about Lincoln, and the Democrats had mads Am their witness, he wished them to hear while he told the truth about Mc Ckllan. He said: "For nearly two years he was the generalissimo of all the armies of the United Slates. He bad a staff like 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. — 22 October 1864

w oifuhitfva . r M- THE INDEPENDENT! OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATTJRdJ OCTOBEli 22, '1864. V. feK p : H3 i j- r . ", &e ItulqmriJMi OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. rrwrBOBEBTSTBdUoT Saturday, October 15, 18GJ. Union Republican Ticket For President ABRAHAM LINCOLN. For Vice President, ANDREW JOHNSON. For Congress, Gk. A. L. Lsr, of Doniphan. For Governor, Solon 0. Thatcher, or Douglas Lieut. Gov. Jobs J. Isqalls, of Atchison. Sec of State, Wx. K. Sacxdees. of Coffey. Treasurer, Capt. J. R. McCldtE. of Riley. Auditor, Asa Haikt.kotx, of Lvnn. Att'y General, II. Gbiswolb. of Leavenworth. Supt. Pub. Inst. Rev. J. S. Beoit:, .of Douglas. Associate Judge, 8. A. Kixgman, of Biown. Judge of the District ( ourt, 3d Judicial District, DAVID .BKOCK7W AY, of Topeka. County Ticket For Senator, Javes II. Joses. " Clerk of Ditrict. Court. J. H.'IJenxtt, Esq., E. S. Cokweli.. .'Probate Judge, (by Request,) dJ. W. Robebts. County Attorney, Judge Azel Spalding. Superintendent of Public Infraction, ROBELT CeOSKT. - ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 22 October 1864

"N i. THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSASrSATURDAT, OCTOBER"22rl864. "JT IV. Utf gUMt:l 1'UBLISIIED EVEKT SATUKDAT KOBMNO AT Oskaloosa, Jefferson County, lansas. Joql gkftyrftyetyf. J. W. nOBBKTS, Editor. Eeligious. Ret, L. F. Waldek, who is at home from'the wars, will preach at the M. E. Church at the usual hour next Sabbath. Wasted Lard. We will pay the market price in cash for goodiard. Bring it in to the Independent office. Na Convention. The calling out of the militia pre vented the convocation of the delegates of the exhausted Count' Convention on last 'Friday, the time to which the minority had adjourned, so that the whole thing has fallen to the ground, and the independent candidates will have the field all to themselves. This is, we believe, the best thing, on the hole, this fall. Dissatisfaction. Quite a number of the ruilitit are somewhat excited over the call which took'them fromjiome so buddenty, and feel deeply aggrieved, believing the call to be needless. We thinkjheca...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 22 October 1864

sr ? I THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY OCTOBER 22, 1864. 9t IPS ff J ih. FABLES. HeRCCMS AftD THE WaCONER As a countryman was driving a heav y laden wagon along a miry lane, the wheels stuck so last in the clay the horses could not draw ihem out. Whereupon the man, without mak ing any effort of his own, began to Sray Hercules to come and help him. lut Hercules told him that he was an idle fellow, and bade' him exert himself, apply his whip to his hors es, and put his shoulder to the wheel, for the gods only help those who help themselves. 4I will try," has wrought wonders. The Oak and the Willow. Af ter a very stormy night, a father and son went into the field lo see what damage the stonn had caused. The son said, "Look, father, there is the strong Oak tree 'ying yonder on the ground, while the slender Willow stands as upright as ever. I should have thought that the Willow wo'd have been uprooted, and not the proud Oak, which has lived so ma ny veare." "AIv son." said 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. — 29 October 1864

V ?. i i..1rj! ;I- -.; !-. V1 -fe 2M3EV2?JfW -U v - -- - 'T wfc- ."4 s. -CT J, W. ROBERTS, "& SeboieS to figicqiiq, ccIcs, fttfij'Ketos, SeiBtefti jr N -M? Editor and PripriettrT w ,&, i.' VOLUME V,r NMBEB 9. OSKA1003A, KAISISAS.OCTOBEE 29, 1864. H0LE NUMBER.. 217 I tie indepen rlAnt.'.' xysL vy JL. JL jm '' J, 4 Ihe Wioa, CANDIDATES. We are authorized u announce X. Colbt as a candidate Tor re-election to the office of County Superintendent of Public Instruction. We, are authorized to announce Rob ber CaosKr as a candidate for tbe office of Superintendent of Public Instruc tion. v , A CAM). To the Voters of Jefferson County: After repeated solicitations, and the earnest request of most person having business in tbe Probate Couit, I have consented to the use of my name ns a candidate for tbe office of Probate Judge. Tbe position is one of great responsibil ity and almost no profit nt all'and thi, with a natural disinclination to seek of fice of any kind, caued m? to hesitate ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 29 October 1864

n 1 &- r - . ' THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUEDAY OCTOBEli 29. 1864. s Tftf f ' life f xdfymfaiiA. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. EOBEHTS. Editor. Saturday, October 291861. Union Republican Ticket. For President ' ABRAHAM LINCOLN. For Vice President. ANDREW JOHNSON. 'For Congress. 'Gek. A. L. Lee, of Doniphan. For Governor, Solox 0. Thatches, of Douglas. Lieut. Gov. Joas J. I-nalls, of Atchion. Sec of State, Wn It. Saunders, of C- fil-y. Treasurer, Capt. J. R. McCluee, of Kilcy. Auditor, Asa Haibgeove, of Lynn Att'y General, II. Gbiswold. of Leavenworth. Supt. Pnb. Inn. Rev. J. SWJbottx, of Douglas Associate Judge, S. A. Kingman, of Biown. Judge of the District t ourt,r3 J Judicial Di'tiict. David Uhockwat, of Toptka. County Ticket. . , f. . . --.- , - 0T Senator, James 11. Jones. 2s A Clerk of District. Court, Xh J. H. Be.nset, Esq., E. S. Coxa-ell. Probate JuJge, (by Request,) , J. W. Kobiut.. County Attorney, " ' Judge Azel Spalding. - Superintendent of Public Instruction...

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