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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 29 October 1864

f THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1864. hw 8 1'L'ELIsnED EVERT SATCEDAT AtOKNIXG AT Oskaloosa, Jefferson Connlr, Kansas. J. IV. ROBERTS, Editor. Wanted Lard. We will pay the market price in cash for good lord. Bring it in to the Independent office. JKTGov. Carney nsimcs to-morrow, (Sunday) for thanksgiving and prayer, Jet it be observed by nil. Public Speaking In this place on to-morrow fSatur day) at 2 P. M. Let all the people come out ! " $35 We are informed that public speaking may be expected at the M. E. Church on Monday evening. m. The District Court Commences 'the fall term on Monday "next, the Slst inst. It is thought but little business will be done, owing to t!ie stat of affairs in the countrv. Our Begimect. The cavalry portion of the Jefferson County regiment of ililtia were in the light en Saturday, which opened early in the morning at Bynsm's ford on the J3ig Blue. The regiment hid started for the ford lhe previous day, but owing to the ignoran...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 29 October 1864

f U r THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS,. SATUEDAY OCTOBER 29, 186. A w h $vx fm pttU $olfc& 8:S0LWER?FRITZ.J .. cmuinEN's storv ron the times.. A certain bright-eyed boy, whose history 1 wish to relate, was known throughout the whole city of Bran deuburjjby the name of soldier Fritz. Hetjooked for all the world like, a little general, and was always chos en one of the commanders-in-chief when his friends had mock battles. In fact, everybody 'said Fritz was born to be a soldier. When he was in his 13th year,the war with France broke out.'and the Prussian regiments, in one'of which his father was an infeiioroilicer, re ceived orders to march to the river Rhine. A sad day was it when that man took leave of his familv and kissed them all good-by, perhaps for the last time. Fritz cried toqo with his father, but that could not be ; he was too young and weak for such an undertaking. Six months passed away without a word from the distant father and husband. But one morning, shortly af...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 5 November 1864

q f - The v- .i rHr WjPflq'MpHWItfl IWftiljWh 'i-esrn:. tnv-n ,kmim jt t (X. J. W. ROBERTS, S'efmfed'fo dgieqMylrc, 1Vfcci)ics, flirfo etos, Seijerqi ' Jitcfiji-o T- ' . Edilor and, Proprietor.., VOLUME V, NUMBER 10. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS NOVEMBER 5, 1864. WHOLE .NU31BER.3J218stcif Tn d fmcvh H Writ -w gl- - -" - -" 'v ' m l w g . w -1 ' ' --' - . i , ... te &ltttm, CANDIDATES. We are authorized lo announce N. Colbt as a candidate for re-election to the office, of County Superintendent of Public-Instruction. We are authorized to announce Rob ber Croskt as a candidate for the office of Superintendent of Public Instruc tion. We are authorized to announce J. H. Bennkt, Eq. as a candidate for re-election to the office of Clerk of the Dis trict Court. A CARD. To the Voters of Jeferson County: After repeated solicitations, and the 'earnest request of most persons bavin? business in the Probate Court, I have contented to the use of my name as a candidate for the office of Probate Judge. Th...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 5 November 1864

- fr f- pr . -, n THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY NOEMBVEE 5, 1864? , E4 r Mt i 1 ' J l inmfeut 0SKAL09SA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. Saturday, November 5, 186 J. Union Republican Ticket. For President ABRAHAM LINCOLN. For Vice President. ANDREW JOHNSON. For Congress, Gts. A. L. Lee, of Doniphan. For Governor, Solon 0. Thatcher, of Douglas. Lieut. Gov. Job v J. Inoiixs, of Atchion. Sec. of State, Wii. It. Sacxder. of C ffry. Treasurer, Capt. J. IL McClure. of Riley. Auditor, Aba IIairrrove. of Lvnn Att'y General, IL Gbiswold. of Leavenworth. Eupt. Fob. InL Rev. J. S. Brown, of Douglas. Associate Judge, S. A. Kingman, of lit own. Judge of the District' ourt, 3d Judicial Di-fict. David Brockwat, of Topeka. County Ticket. For Senator, James II. Jones. Clerk of Ditrict. Court, J. H. Beskkt, Esq., E. S. Conweil. Probate Judc (by Request,) J. W. Roberts. County Attornev, Judge Azel Spalding. Superintendent of Public Instruction, ROBEKT CrOSKT. The Election. Next Tuesday 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. — 5 November 1864

-5fr THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY; NOVEMBER 5, -1864- J Win lutlrjwailfjjt. MTBLISOED EVEBY SATUEDAT 110EXISO AT Oskaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. - ocfti 2kpqrtft)c.)t. J. W. ROBEICTS, Editor. Wanted Lard. We will pay tlio mirket prict in cash for good lard. Brinjj it in to the Independent office. Ml Trustees Meeting. The Board of Trustees of the M E. Church, will please meet in the M. E. Church, on Tuesday. Nov. 8th at 3 o'clock, P. M. A full attendance is re quested.as important business will come before them. L. F. Waldkn, Chairmau. J. W. RoBEnta. Secretary. ST Preaching at the M. E. Church on Sunday by the pastor or the charge. Stbbalh School in the afternoon at 2 o'clock. District Court adjourned without transacting any business until the 12th of December next. J3T For announcements seo Candi date's column Erst page. Bring in the Returns. We trust that tho result of the rote at each precinct will be brought in on "Tuesday night or very eaily Wednes day morni...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 5 November 1864

?V,-rj THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY NOEMBVER 5. 1864. .3 $&x tte pttle A& QSOLDIERFRITZ. CHILDREN'S STORY FOR THE TIMES. . But when it was all conc.he shoul dered his sack of potatoes again.and trudged on in the direction of ihe liver Rhine. At another hotel where Jie halted to spend the night, the landlord.! asked him where he was going. Fritz replied hy telling him that his father was in the Prussian army, that he had written about his .laving eaten j no potatoes lor mx months, and also that he had said in his letter he would like so much to have some of the good, ones he had left at) home. "Here's a hoy who loves his parents!" said the landlord; whereupon he. took a paper and pen cil, and raised from hi guest a sub scription of twcntv-eijiht dolliiis. But Fritz would only taks seven dollars, for he said he would no; have a cent more than would carry him to the Rhine where his father was. Finally, after Fritz had journeyed many a mile, he saw in the distanc...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 12 November 1864

mtxi tame i - " whieMwt. i i r i n imm "i - m tKTBiftf 'it-1- " JV i')8fc :.' V3PGU . . -? t. " efmrjjf': 5- "-"- -- - v mi Ine I nr .rJ sws-mk ji s-ms 4- III I I g I I I I I 1 III.- vy"-V7 gvF vy A.X-VyRiviy 1 I mje - - - ' -""wm J. W. ROBERTS, VOLUME V, NUMBER 11, WHAT FOLKS SAY," rao nt . or . c. sooth. Why ot let people talk T Let them talk away ; Whata the ate in bothering About-" what folk! ny?" Let them ssy whateVrthey will Talk It U their way ; What's the use in plagneing you About "what folks aay i" Talk ia pleasant exercise, Health, by the way ; hat's Uie une in worrying About "what folks say !" BrIUr let the people talk Talk whate'er they may ; Weak and stupid those who care About "what folks say." by set let the people talk Let them talk' away; hat's the use in bothering About "what folks say?" , 'eUtM SWA. iT. B 4ETH0LCKEW MASSACRE BT VIVIAN. Th fourth day of Septml-, ( 24 h , ni aul'usi. u. a. i ioia. u do'-cU in history the day of the most bloody niacte on record. For...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 12 November 1864

JJ Lvw. MMinmtmmvrmmmi'T'' -" ' THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUEDAT NOVEMBER 12. 1864. p. - 1, 5C , M'jg.ii'ff'-T -- -' II it .. i IS- E i !.. if 1 Ife girftepifeaJ. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. HOBEHTS. Editor. Saturday, November 12, iSGi. Our,Great Duty. pilittsal ciaapii'i is jovjr, anl a t!ii writing we hare heard no results, hut presume Lincoln and Johnson are .ectedt lmost unanimously. During ltnz aud heated canvasses there are always a great many things said and done that should be otherwise by all parties. These things tend to' engen der antagonisUctfeeling,and sometimes excite anger'and enmity, which to the utmost should ba avoided. But the great duty or all true patri ots is tosunite as one man, no difference what may have been the views of each individual on his personal preferences, on the broad basis of the Union, and stand by the President with every tin ergy of body, mind and heart, and speedily andeffectu.illy end the war by crushing the rebellion forerer. Here ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 12 November 1864

y THE INDEPENDENT: QSKALOOSA, KAJSSA&AmB&YrmYJmWlf ISBItL 1 SESB: ! vs ml a rcBtisnED evekt satcedat iiocvino at (Iskaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. JccfiiJephCif. J. YT. ROBERTS, Editor. Wanted Lard. We will pay tlio market pi ice in cash for good lard. Bring it in to the Independent office. The Result. We did not get the returns in time to git a the official vole.but.nauie the gen eral result of the election in this Count as follows : McBratnej's voteK85D, Cloud's 867, Moonlight's 608. Parrott's 272', Cobb's 179; Bridgen's 179, Ege's 179. For Congress, Clarke's majority 197. Gilcrist for District Judge over .Brock way 199, Jones for Senator 880. Brnnetfor Dist, Clerk has a plurality of 509. Colter for Probite Judge has a m i jority of 50. Supt. of Pub. Inst. McCartney has 322 votes. Crosky 287, Colby 199,Par ker 138, AlcUartiie's plurali'r over Crosky 35. County Attorney, Spald ing ha? no opposition except 13g vote. County Seat, Oskaloosa has a majo rity of 243. In tho 1...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 12 November 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12, 1864. m iiaii. it iii 'i IK N Tn Pal Tbe. The medical uses f the pais. In ara stated to be numer ou ia Wett Africa, by a gentleman who baa undertakes to describe them. The reoU are aaed for various purpose, but chiefly to care bilious attacks. The oil of tat aat it as excellent medicine. In some diseases, more especially small pox, is administered both.internwlly and sxteraally. As an external application it is used for wounds,bruises and burns. Ia cases of guinea-worm it is applied to the poultices. Masts. YovaaxLT.- One of the most iatporlaBf.bul Jone of the most difficult things for a powerful mind, i to be its own Bsastsr, Misenra should always be at hand to restrain Achilles from blindly following his impulses and ap petites, even those which are animal sad sensual. A pond may lie quiet in a plain; '"but a lake wants mountains to ooaapass aad hold it in. m a A glass 'cf water taken from the spriagof the year is said to b...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 19 November 1864

., 1 tie - Independent .- r J H - smmmW. aiimsmmW. g - f - ? Jt J. W. ROBERTS, ScbofeS io figicqttie, ecIcs, atf-fletas, 9 6ei"lit6htfe. ' , ' : Editor and Proprietor. F VOLUME Y NUMBEB 12. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS NOVEMBER 20, 1864. - s ' . WHOLE NUMBER. 220. JW -J S J ' I JICSTERCD OUT. bt in. mi. x. X1LLCR. Lat me lie down Jut here, in the shade of this oannon-torn tree, Here, lew on the-tnmpled grass, where I ma; Me The targe of the combat, and where I may hear The glad cry or Tictory, cheer apon cheer, Let me lie down. Oh.lt was grand I Uke a tempest wo charged the triumph to share ; The tempest Sl fury and thunder were there ; On, on, o'er entrenchments, o'er Urine and dead, V Ith the foe under foot and the flag over head ; Oh, it was grand I Weary and faint, Prone on the soldier's couch, ah, how can I ret. With this shot-shattered head and sabre-pierced breast? Comrades, at roll-call, when I shall ba sought. Say I fought till 1 fell, and fell where I fought, Wounded and faint. Oh, 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. — 19 November 1864

h m tafBfSmKBS & THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA,-KANSAS, 'SATURDAY, IKOYEMBEE 20, 1864 -i .... X ".- - '" 7tJ-"r gl"yii.'iiii- mi i j i i i "" M mmmmgmmm mmm mjJ 1 V sar w w if i? fo mferaital 0SKAL00SA. KANSAS. J. V7. 20BERTS. Editor. SaturdljyNovember 20, 186 i. The Bebellion. The elements of dissolution which enieied into and became a prominent part of the rebellion, arc working out their natural results. The jrreat arsju- men', in furor of secession was, that a State was absolutely sovereign, and could go from the Union, or any union with other Stales, at pleasuie.arid there was no power in a general government to prevent such secession. Certainly a more fatal doclriue upon which to found a nationality was never conceived by men. Insanity itself could conjure up from the regions of madness bo system more thoroughly inwrought with the seeds of dissolu tion and anarchy. That American citizens should ad vance such a theory of government is one of the strangest things in the his tor...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 19 November 1864

V1'- . JUL1 - wwt HLf11 THE INDEPENDENT: OSKaLOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20, 1864. "I She 1'iulf.plttrt, , 0 i a jrUBLUCEOEVEST SATCSDAX JIOSXISO AT 1 fisialoosa, Jefferson Corklfj Kansas.' iSM - 4 I 1f S efarihieirf. Koneirrs. liauor. iksgiving. csfdenvand-Uie Governor jiuisilay iki .me . I r t . I. , of Thanksgn.n ana Prayer to God for Wjrwrcws and bless'n'?. 'li1'.' all 'trio' people future re the daj as becomes a"4Jhiistsan fic will be approprifite.reli;ious s pices in mo ai. i v..u.u ... ...... .... t Iialf nasi 10 o'clock. A. LI. njCC, " IT 1 I. ... . .. III J-wk fl!rtt OMil flf tlllSl II'C llUUSB-cutll C UI1MU .. ibatll-e entire uatiou'.will honor God, LindJjk Sale Wo direct particu j,r attention lo the advertisement of 3J0 Acres of Land fpr,Stio in this num ber, by W. N. Allen. These' liinds are fstcmbly shunted -and must bo .very t.l .. 1iai it... ,ri.i,'i f ic mfi- fflilv V1IU3UIC n.itn.rtw"-'-"-; "" - .' ;-tt'ed. T!uy are aii in good localities, SDd will lucre i-a in...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 19 November 1864

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, KOVEMBEB 20, 1864. n I jj H m ii : gat tfo Mt Iclla. STABRYCBOWN. 'Listen, my brothers and sisters,' said 'Starry Crown, one of the little pet dandelions, '! am going to try my wings I have been thinking of u ever since I el lew-Jack lelt us. Perhaps the wind will bear me to my brojher, and we will come aeain to- . gether." Then up into the sunshine she floa ted, and they watched her out of sight. All day long she sailed, hap py as a bird, over hill and dale, but she saw no sign of the missing one. At night, when the stars caltne out, she nestled to sleep in a sott tutt of grass, and dreamed of home till the sun came again. Then she went on her wav: sometimes she crossed great fields, sometimes followed dusty highways, and after a wniie iound hersell in a great city. Up and down she journied.in and out, but she did not like the city, and no Yellow-Jack could she find. "I will go back to the country," said she. Just then a slender hand re...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 26 November 1864

' -'- &0J1. ..m., . vr"- it f - - s - - '' i '-'- ' j - .... ,,.. .I, I.,,.,.,,, "v.;-" -.--rill ' - - - ' V1 Ji7 FJ x l id0 :'i"3nld(!ia an j' i " " ' " - iwuvMAtu .tivm. . '-jsvoq" '.is'ld )5 etas- ij--.' hr JAW.'BQBEBT& ." .;;-h's u&w&mm&:Z: OR'" Os-v 4- i shjor f, a 39?r i: !(ti U 41 i f i"' 'M'nft I V0LOA1E ..NPMBEB 13. OSKAJEO0SA.V oared :,,-.-,,; &Wiqi,i5 .' o a WHOLE NUMBER. '221. lO J-i.;-Hj "Jo ta.il -rUttB Iliw SilO , -D'7,eS i " ' ' K'M 7 ;? ' rit-1 r t y. : u: Vj. i i .ii V J ' ' ' '.-.. j . . , -- .. . w( i... .i..,..... . ... .. IT : V . " "'! . . " " 1 .il m:i- !:: i i ; : , .n .. i :-. m ' i' JS?' "- fi"f e"Vs k S jiiiooi: ISLAND TO THE SOOT1I. Ge. F. V, I.isoicu, Julhe.cafly part cf theirnr, poblisied Vn llie Home Jouratl thc'follOTTlnj tr.tr , ste i .Got. Sr&iccs, of EhoJe.Islan : ' Oaee onSew Encland's bleody heights, Aod o'er a Southern iili5n(; , , Oar fitie'rs faaghl for sorereign rights, That worilng men .mj'ht reicn. And by that o...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 26 November 1864

e4f & V3 THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26. 1864. 'f ,Vf C' " - sf- i I' P M V i p VI fi ' H E v ?'. te gnifepjmitaii. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. KOBEHTS. Editor. Sturlay, November 26, 1861. Heeilew Trouble. A great many people are giving them selves not a little trouble as to what shall' be done with the South and the rebels 'after the war is over. This is all needless anxiety. Our ouly care should be to simply whip the rebels and take entire possession of ths South. Our., country should be our care; not iis.eaeanies. Any thing is good enough for a rebel; and all the rebel leaders should dangle at a rope's end. It is true there are tens of thousands of men, in the ranks of the rebel armies and at the&outb.wbo are to be pitied; for they Siave been deluded and cajoled into re bellion; but it will be time enough for us to extend kindness to tbem and com miserate their case, when they cease fighting ts. Not that we would repel any of ifeese, or throw hindra...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 26 November 1864

UttUrtUMlMM aTB"ts JM - THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANMS, SATURDAY, NOVEBWT6;ig6C mtBm us I ? Sfcf , gfiulrpeiulent rUBLISHED EVERY SATCBDAT M0BXIXO AT OskaloouuJrffersoi Cuitr, Eaiui. J. W. KOBEKTS, Editor. PreWte Cevt. Judge Coulter Iim taken possession of Lis office, and removed the records to the office of the Clerk of the District Court,, ia the room adjoining the Post Offiec. J. H. Bsnaat, Esq., we believe is to act as elf rk of the Probate Court lie will keep good record. H TkuktgiTiag Day Was ret j generally observed by oar cit izens. Buaimeas houses ware closed, and-busiaeu a gentral suspended. The congregation at the M. . Church al most filled the house, (it ought to have been entirely filled) and the discourse of Rev. L. D. Price was excellent and well timed. After the sermon a collec tion was take j upiu behalf of the Chris tian Stnitary Commission, which result ed in 'raising $36. This was a credita ble amount, and for a nobie purpose. iMprovameBta. Our village needs 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. — 26 November 1864

J4 -L Vi i k-m im'iMPh! ilMfflfiBWP - .for ft? iftl0 f al!& starkfcrown; One'day, when Will came ttfsee llobin, he brought a visitor, a young clergyman, who had '"often bought papers of him ar.d given him many a kind and fatherly word. And Will, although a strange, wavward bov. fl-It that Kol)in would be better for Knowing his fiicnd, Mr. Duncan. So Robin found a new friend, who told nun beautiiul things of the land to which he was hastening; and the sick boy was no longer afraid, but, with thejoving trust of a little child, wailed to go to that better city. And Starry Crown saw that the boy's mother watched him with a lace al most as pale as his own ; for this dye ing child watf all that she liad left to her of home, and love, and happier days.&And when he would seem better, she would say: "When the cool weather comes, Robin, you and 1 will go back to the oia jiiace. ' i But Starry Crown fell sure he nev er would go; and Robin would not reply at such times, for -he knew he ...

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 December 1864

r - ' ' m ' - Tf - - t85.fi ':"'' - - not! J. WB ROBERTS, DebofeS to aciiiih, eplics, SHs,. ftetos, fieipfct. liteie. : ' - Editor and Propfiet VOLUME Y, NUMBER 14. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS DECEMBER 8, 1864. WHOLE NUMBER, m. . ;:: . - -: mc c 1 m JOMM TAYLOB, The.TuMQ of the lackweod's bar adpelpit."" "- BT CHABLIS SCMMSBIULD. I caa never forget my first vision of John Taylor. It was in the court-house at Lewisburg, Conway county, Arkan sas.in tbe summer of 1838. Theocca aion itself possessed terrible interest. A vast concourse of spectators bad assem bled to witness the trial of a young and beautiful girl, on an indictment for murder. The judge waited at the mo ment to briag in the prisoner, and the eyes of tbe impatient multitude all centered on the door; when suddenly a stranger entered, whose appearance rivited universal attention. Here is his portrait a figure, tall, lean, sinewy, and straight as an arrow, a face, sallow, billious, and twitching incessantly, with nervous irritation; 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 December 1864

- ll? THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBER 3, 1864. W&t &t$m$mi 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS. J. VT. ROBSRTS. Editor. Samrday,cDccmbcr 3 , 1 8G 1. Half Sheet. Our readers will get a half sheet this tfek; but the matter on the outside is verv full of interest to our literary reader8.and we ciTe all the featuies of the news np to the hour of goiii to press (Thursday evening) so that this half sheet will be worth pre serving. We hope noi to repeat the size again soon; but this lime we could not well help ourselves. Excited Foolish. The editor of the Bulletin gets angry over the liwle item in our last, noticing the failure of the Times and Conserva tive to roach us as they formerly did of late, and uses a great many harJ words which hurt nobody but himself. We simply stated a fact, which all our cit izens are familiar with, and then re nvirkeJ thnt there was a wrong some where, and suggested that it must be in the post-office. We did not say what office, for we did not kno...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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