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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 10 December 1864

UfDTJ . r , 3? y -ar JmW. ROBERTS, , a - Editor aid Prf riettr.' 4t 5 . VOLUME V, PMBEE 15. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS DECEMBER 10, 1864. .whole hujuusr... m t. JtitcM Jferfclt, 1 JSKIS 8 THAHKSGIVING. It was the eTening before .Tliauksgiv ing. ., " - The preat maples inHhe door-yard that Lad blazed so long in russet and Sjoldenfire had showered :le last wiih 'sted'k'iavec. upon the pnih; the creep ing Tine on the piazza columns flowed scarlet in the misty autumn mr.An 1 the woods in the v.illey were stiined with the bloody footsteps of many a mid night frott. And yet Ilezekmii Un Jer hill, (standing pensively policing his spectacles before the tiro, was not satis fied with nature's great kaleidoscope ef color. "It don't seem just tight !' solilo quized Hezekiah, "not to have a genu inesnow storm afore Thanks;iviti' !" "Take things as you 6nd 'em, fath er 1" said Mrs. Hezekiah, a stirring body who never stood btilllong enough to give a wrinkle time to settle down on her face, and whose coffe...

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 December 1864

t? T 2& f .! s THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUEDAY DECEMBER 10. 186.: p, -Sfe Ito .( iitoimftouf; 0SKALG0SA, KANSAS. J. W.KOB2ETS. 2di:er. Saturday 'Docojnbcr 3 . ! 8i J. Self-Protection. lawlessness ' and lawless characters liaya become so bad,and dnriri" in their -depredations in many places, that the bones', chiiens have banded together for self-protection. In one neigbbor- koodtwenty-six horses were stolen in one night by a gang of thieves; in an other neighborhood six were stolen; in another four, and in others.one and two. So flagrant hate become these lawlebs nets during the past few months, that the farmers in many places ate getting discouraged, and are reported as,desir imrand designing to leay the Slate for some place where they can have security? for their property. There can be but one result "rowing out of such a fitalo of tilings; and thai it-, that the development of the country will be greatly retarded, to the loss of all who remain in the Sui'e. We kno...

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 December 1864

bH bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb v- jf I " . - - ''N ' WnUIMI H. M Ill -HMW 1 i """""" ' B WtfW, N NC SJfUmU fc " agaHU--'- INI N1 m " --NNv-lMI.JJimiJ IHIJNMi I' WIN,llfc !!. I HH.IIII . I. I ,w lis . ' THE INDEPENDENT: OSKA-LOSA,,,KANSAS, SATURDAY, DEGEMBER. 10, 1804. ,' ' " 4 !?- '-&."" sii jt UBLISUED EVERT SATCKDAT MOBM.VG AT Oskaloosa, Jelfemi Conntj", Kansas. jLocii JkpsitfiJieijt. j. v. robe: Editor. -J "Disljpct' Court commences tt. next Motidnr inllkis place. A . - , , ., J MKIMii Proceeding in. 'Habeas Corpus. Mr. (Editor . I have been requested to furnish for publication in your p.per a statement of facts in the recent habe as corpzts case, which was tried on last Saturday, before his honor. Judge Coul tcvSf thpProbate Court in this Coun tj, antT in compltaiicejwitli jke request, submit the following report for the pe rusal of your leaders in Jefferson Co. : j It appears from the commitment and papers in the hands of the Sheriff, that ( sometime about the 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. — 10 December 1864

- lp&J THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBER 10, 1864. - I k h A Scrub lieided boy being brought Bp before the court as a witness, the following colloquy ensued : Where do you live ? . ,'Live with mother.' . '.'Where does yourtnotber live?' said the Judge. 'She lives with father.' ',, Where does he live V kt 'He. lives witfi the old folks.' . ; 'Where do they live"?' They live't home.' Where in thunder's homo V roared the Judge, turning very red as an audi ble snicker goes round the room. That's where I'm from,' says the boy, slicking his tongue in a corner of his cheek, nnd slowly closing one eye on the Judge. i 'Here, Mr. Constable,' says the court, "take this witness out and tell him to travel.he evidently does not understand the nature of an oath.' You'd think different,' says the hey, going towards the doorway, 'if 1 vms once to give you a cussin-!' Two One-Legged Couuasders. It is observed by those curious in coinci dences, that both the commanders-in-chief...

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 December 1864

UUiiSaEJEa -iiT.inn. ama-iTiiiltl I IIWII i jmJWMWMWP jlHiiili iiTI mm' il JIIIIWWWITMWPPIW a 1 ' " " , . iMMiMl.MMMM-M.MM4M aMaBaaaMMMWaaM Maaa.BaaMaaa nv- ,.- .;., ''' -- - -- - s ,- 2. '.'.. ..'" ' ..-' .'-' -.,, .a ?: wmx aooaaSzo - JM ' 4 . ; -i )' W I C". .7 c "LO . "" ikbofea io figlcijife, Meicg, 8rt5, fretovwB Sei)etyf IitefiKe. '::"': "A:::V" Editor fiPrtfrieitr. ". --r tds w.t J. Wr. ROBERTS, y ' g - Jri i? r- n.fr i . Jl . 1 . T , VOLUME V, 'NUMBER 15. .it Hi'. OSKALOOSA, XANSAS DECEMBER 17, 1864. ; j - , ' IJ.f -i flOLE NUMBER. 22i 4-' r ' - 1ft & ' - - ' -so ... - &M I JTflftWi 'fath THE WOCHDED TOLDXTEEK. ST JUKX. IU XL W-TOUU. Jfken broad Potomac' water'i tare, Aadfre4ejaaWrndunmwTe, Beeide the patriotVreeJaarsra;, Upon a rising ipot of zroluid, """, When wiUotreet itood weepinj round, A wounded volunteer vat found. "What hare welierc?" Before him atood, Juat in the sh&dOTr of the wood, A soldier, butof rebel blood. To turn the wounded patriot tries, V St...

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 December 1864

'' -'- T" -i inm I & S-fen THE INDEPENDENT:' OSKALOOSA, KANS&.S, SATURDAY DECEMBER 17. 1864 r jh i 1, r r r e yf r "Ci 4, 4. 3 It i , flflte gitfltfmifort OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. . 7S 3. VT. ROBERTS. Editor. - Stturdty, December 10, 18G1. Oar B&ilroads. Il-hasseeraed to us for some time past that the Railroad interests of Kan sas a'ra.in at bad a condition as our en ergies 'could wish or our friend s regret. The great throaghroute, upon rwhic h mast depend the ultimate prosperity of a large portion of the State, the main artery of the railroad system from whose great ' pulsations all . the branching arteries and veins wi'l derive their vital ity, is in the hands of capitalists of a rival State, and they are at legal war with a rival company. Thus, so far as Kansas is concerned, we are at the mercv of rivals and oar rights involved in a litigaiioa winch has every appearance of being tedious, bitter and destructive of our bast interests. And'weteartliere is no remedy. If oupeop...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 17 December 1864

Smm " V' '. '" r-f " 4 THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOO,SA:, KANSAS, SATUIAYMCEMBMTTnsa wwiMnMriii' ? 1 . &WA 1. & 3. -a' r c uw,fliwittfc 2E rUBUSBtRKVEI.STCRBAIllORJIlXO -AT flskalooiVJeffersci Coialy, laisis. - - ... il W.iBOBEKTS, iidltor. Begimental Mwter. Owing to the hortness of the notice and the exceeding inclemency of the weather,-. tbe" most of the companies of the ItegiHWBt of Militia for this County the 4th-wew 'jliaily represented at iheimslef for py ooblast Saturday. W&Iie&lliit 'illtne cotnpatiies.had some representative present. The cold . .7V'Tn tr. flnmnnn that fl&jfcthenjras w-krilliigiof consequence penonnvu, j - The District Court Has 'teen jn session during the week, JuJge Safibnl presiding, and business has been tlispttctied with commendable promptness. There arc, however, a number of continued cases. The grand jujy, called by lequest, waJ quite busy ,for some time ondeav . wring to bring rioters of J he law4o jus tice. We have not at this willing...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 17 December 1864

. - '. . l .. : , .-u jj , ... , ... .. THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALGOSA, KANSAS; SATURDAY DECEMBERli W M let i I-! 0 n H- $tt tto pttle gt&U. WILLIE'S CHRISTMAS GIFT. .- ")Ue, tell Harry and Jennie and WniieTo'c6rne into the library; and be real.stil about it,' for I want to tell, you all a secret," whispered Su sie Lee to her brother, one morning after breakfast. Mrs. Lee had gone out to do some shopping, so the chil dren had a good time for their secret convention. As soon as they were all-in the room, Susie, who seemed to be the only one who understood the secret, began to tell them what it was. "You know," he said, "it is a'most Christmas time, and we al ways have some nice presents on Christmas. You think it is Krist Kringle who sends them to, us, but I've found out where they come from! It is our father and mother who give them to us." "No it isn't, it is Krist Kringle," snouted Willie. "I'lflell you how it is, little bro ther," said Susie. "Do you know 'whafc.Christmas is?" . ...

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 December 1864

ofe-'' y. j- V t - TT ni - - .1-. na .- :. - The n-r-.f.,- ,- i j J. ROBERTS, 2)ebofeo fo agicqliyire, sMsies, arts, ftetns, 'fiei litehtfqre. t. j r.".v ' iff -. " Editor nnd Pr?fr!etr. 4i - "' VOLUME V, NUMBER 17. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS DECEMBER 24, 1864. II0LE NUMBER; 2& i - - - . . ...... . . ...., , i isiiiiiiiisssssssssiiissssssssjiiMiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiMijsssssssWiHMiiijsssssMaissssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssw SsWL . " - t f rv j " V a. T JfeUrfd .;&s!& TMEMLtieSTtHUC : ILBBCIV. written in camp, Jan attar a bab, fcyaTiiHlar filaw to Ut children, aad pUltfc4 la ike Boatoa Trsiisussylrsre to arcaUBm,iararaai1 by oitiwdta: ' ,',! ' '" "- i"1- ! i Tifc tut iilnl.i '" Xkaian Ml aeta my way : t can hanHy tee the lining Of the dead the tUrer Uninp, Turning aarknes into day. I am weary of the aighlng, Moaning, willlnj through the air ; Breaking beam in anguish crying For the toil one for the dying ; Sobbing angaith of despair. J X am weary of the ightlag ; c Rrothen...

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 December 1864

-.. THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBER 24. 486.4--. ' i Ws 5C JW. m: -.? . i f to tiflepftmt OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. HOBEETS. EdHor. Saturday, December 24, 18fiJ. The Good News. Neverjat'anjr time since the rebellion commenced have we lisd better news nnd more'eheeringpropecls"than at the present. Our rictory before Nash "rillajjs one'of tbe most complete we bare gained daring the war, and our lots if correctly reported, which we can hardly credit is bnt 300. It ii said'we have 10,000 prisonert.60 guns, uncounted fnumbers of small arms, a large nnmberof battle-flags, nnd that Hpod's.-army is biolten, demoralized and dispirited. This is a crowning vic tory for us and a defeat of almost dis pair to the rebels, for upon the capture of Nashville and its immense supplies Jeff. Drub seems to have set his heart; and it i reported that Hood had orders to take that city or go to a hotter place Xhm is to be found on eirth. But wbi!e , - "man proposes, God disposea,",and th...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 24 December 1864

s aV vH w1 THE INDEPENDENT; OSKAJLOOSANSASSATUJRDAY,' DECMER 2ii864. 1U-S I 1 ii -! ' nn;r, n i 1- ; jl j . STCDLIsfltD EV1ET SATCEDAT UOEM.0 AT Oskalo6i,73erfersqm Ccanty, Kansas. 4 "- JWrKOBKKTS, Editor. Chriatmas ! A happy Christmas to all our readers! j May each one be glad and rejoice. And remember, too, thai our fellow-citizens on the Border arc suffering that the Governor has set apart the day as one fur gifts of chmity to the destitute, and in :our gladness bestow of what you bare to "feed the naked and clotho the liEHjnv." And mar Heaven's bless ing6Mreetpon giver and recipient. A Sehnal Honse.v "J- V We have already called atttnttou more .lliati .ouce to the need of a good SeiioorHoue iu our ullage. As mat ter now .t-iaud; ;vc!tool canuut be cuii ducltil witii il.e public funds to any prod, for the simple reason ihat'lheie is no house uf sufficient capacity to hold -tlie childrtn. lleuce.lhe public money -paid to leaeheie is almost.! In own avrny, because the teacher canno...

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 December 1864

55 . r.,,'' THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBER 24M864. $ fri. i m gm flw fittlr -otb. HOW A LITTLE GIRLDIED. ' - ,Od cold, dreary day in the month of December, 1850,La city mission ary entered a dingy looking house in a court'in his district, groped his way up a dark staircase, and knocked at the door of the front room. It was opened by a woman who seemed to be under the influence of strong drink When a tract was offered to her, sho uttered jan oath, and said: "I want bread, not tracts." The missionary told her about the true Bread that came down from heaven. While he- was speaking, the woman opened the -door. a little. wider,which served to show him.that Jhe room was the abode of filth and -poverty. The floor and windows looked as though they had never been cleaned. There was scarcely any fire in the grate, but a heap of ashes underneath. The furniture consist ed of -three old chairs, a table and a bed ; and he met the earnest gaze of a little girl, whose flushed...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 31 December 1864

'. ' - .. -l-& ?' jt-.-r Tas3rae tatfciiiiii&" SlfH i ',.- ?, -sv - j- jp i .- 8"Vi 2A2ir4Ht4?esifeo 1 isjBb-" --y ' S0. ROBERTS, Editor aid Prijricttr. - w OSKiLOOSA, KANSAS DECEMBER 81, 1861 VOLUME V, NUMBER 18. ja ti it-1 etf j . WHOLE NUMBER. 22fe 1 p ' tf u 1 .SOJtS !" The BTBTl B9J ar B9J A i JiipepgactSEii 11 ' ' " ' i 1 1 J.. . - -- . - - - .,,. ... -- --. , ,., (. - , t -- 't . a . Ht-. ' ,- r. h & fi . - Jfflwtefl 0(teg: TME TBES WSBM. '.at. ma- stcwi. lilte around ilftacIoa4., A world we do not tat; v Tet the tweet doalaff f an aye If j -brine ai there to be. lb gentle breexet fan onr cteekr Amid our worldly caret, lU gentle Toice whUper 1ot, And mingle wltk our prayera. Street hearts araoad na throb and beat, Sweet hllns handa are ttlrrod, And palpiutea the rail between Wits breathing almost heard. The alienee, awful, sweet, and calm, They hare no ower to break; For mortal words are not for them To ntter or partake. So thin, so soft, so sweet, they glide So n...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 31 December 1864

ill uii T"W - - ' THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBER 31. gpffiTTB " jni ; - a? y vg iVi- i i i . r H h l ft fnfepMfant OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. -Saturday, December 31, 1861. - What We Iffeed Host of All. The one paramount need in the ad ministration of affairs at the present time is economy. For more than tbrse years the war has continued at a fearful rate of expense; nnd from the com mencement to the present lime, men "have been growing rich by swindling and speculating off of the gorernment. And one of the darkest features of this dark chapter of corruption is, that a large number if not a majority of those who liars reaped immeuse for tunes in tliis war, are at heart, and as far as they dare be, open enemies of tbfl Federal administration, and secret friends of Jeff. Daris. Every intelli- gsat reader, who has posted himself, knows thai a very largo share of the best government contracts have been let lo known copperheads, who have never failed ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 31 December 1864

9 ' $. -s- - r- TT ; THEEPENDENT: OSlLOOMm . 50.0 f -' 'I rTrMC'i A Hi' 31 31, 1864. finra Itif'Bi&ui I rUBLISBED EVEBT SATUBDAV JCOBHIXO AT Oikaleoti, Jeffertoi Ceiaty, Kmat. Joci J)epQtfft)e)f. j Jl W. ROBERTS, Editor. -' A Happy irew Year -To all our readers! May each of tbem and the world be the better for their lives 'during '1865. . And may the celt-1 t. .'-lM ?i' '-.it ; -. 1 uration oi we nexi new tear wuaesi the restoration of peace in our country, and thj$trhiaph'jor the 'true principles of Libertj, with the Stars and Stripes floatingpMsdJy orer erery foot of our soil. - v. And on the next New Year may the places now vacant at tiie fire-sides be filled'bjr. the absent lored ones. Alas, that so"mnny"will never return to glad den the hearts of wife, parents, children, frien'dh! w Ami on this .glad New Year, and ever after, let os remember the poor soldier in our prayers and our sympa thies.. May Heaven send them a happy New Year now.and glad tokens of love -and remembran...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 31 December 1864

JS3a&.j- V"$f T N . -X THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBER 31v 1864. ."n.,",,",,,, a v.JUZ-'Hi. .). wm ,. u ?: $M tt 1 MI&.THE INDEPENDENT THE APPRENTICE. rfJ'!1ie weather hajj been unusually 'mild "for two or three days befoi'e , Christmas so thai'the ice of the big' pond was rather rotten; but daiinc Harry thought he could brave it; hi would be a pity to spoil the Tun now,; and so many admiring eyes fixed up-j on him J lie made a bold dli, lusi - little figure, uprigh wiis-bnlanced upon and gtncefu!,; .1 - MM lite ice. Then ' theie was a crash! the dangerous cake gave way ; and with a loud cry Harry fell amid the rush of ice and water. The group at the window seemed for a moment paralyzed vithhorror. Then theie was a scattering for the pond.and screaming and crying from ' one and all. "He's under the water! father! Ufalher ! Harry's going under the ice ' Every particle of color had gone from Farmer May's face ; he trem bled in every 4imb, and threw up his...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 7 January 1865

15 '.HSisitME mmmswaswaswawsjmwnl JtjjpiWMB ' ' i ' Wij ' ' -" j - " - -ar . lnaepeHdenfc r - !. . . rf T . -- The -rfe- J. W. ROBERTS, Editor aid Prtpriettr. -V1" VOLUME V, NUMBEB 19. OSKALOOSA, KANSASL JANUAKY 7, 1865. WHOLE NUMBEfi. 227., jr . ( - ASPHOVEL. , Briaf Ib r srp from the mows, Tht a ray from the heerth-etoae dear Ma; arouse from iu thill i - - -' . J"",, And melt one Bake to a lean That a low dirge-note he etirred, For the Bother now gone to her rct, Ere the wiad alone be heard, HMTra! reqsteaf, o'er both-how bleat t Shine once more, bright evening atari With awect promiae, and high power To lift aboTC and afar, Aa thou anon in her dying hoar, When her invalid lay by her aide. Twoaplrit commingling In one, Aa the blended life-current' tide To one calm reatlng-plaee run. Ah I earth- anow to the harp-airing cling, And chilled ia the fenntain or aong I The dark aide or the death-angel! wing FUnga ahadowa of aorrow and wrong; Cold dntiea ariae in the wake, And freeae in 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. — 7 January 1865

s w THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JANUARY 7. 1865. V ". '"i I fcWt -J 3t-IWJ Will Mwi a -, - ... ... . .. ..'T ."""'"" ' a""TniiM ij k r-p a Wl w ape ? if 5 iHI fi r te fmfejmifeii ; OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. ITVT. R0B2STS. Editor? Stturday, January 7, 1805. Chief Justice Chise. ' No act of the present administration has met with more universal approval than the appointment of Salmon P. Chase to the Yatant seat of Chief Jus tice of the highest Court of the nation. The appointment was eminently fit to be made. No man in the nation is so well qualified in all respects for the po sition. Gifted by nature with the high est attributes of intellectual power, and by the .studious habits of years having become a master of the principles of law, and thoroughly acquainted with the jurisprudence of all civilized nations, Mr. Chase will-fill the place with nil the legal ability of Marshall or Story, and with ihe added" luster of a spirit thor oughly imbued with the principles of Liberty...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 7 January 1865

--t. . t. THE ENDEPEXDEXT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7," 13657""- ' " " '--' - ... ... .. . .. . K . V - -.f 5r"" . Plf O .", S fLBtlsntU EVEET" SATCSDAT MOSSING, AT ; f - - . 1 i Oskaloosa, Jtffersci C6nntj-,-Eansas.? JLoqi CpHtl)Cf. J. W. ROBBirTS, Kdilor. Improvement. Messrs G. B. Carson & Bro. have made an addition (o their store room, which greatly improver, its appearance and niaierjallv; increases its accommo dations. Their room is now" 48.;feet deep, and capacious enough to accom modate a largo slo t of goods, which .c-n be displayed (o advantage, and pMcetUcoaveateBtly, Tor handling. It is much the besv.basi8ess room in town. We are pleased to learn thatkefirm design enlargiug their business, and rcish them the must abundant success Changed Agaia. A new propiietor has joined Mr. Coc in the ownership of the Drug Storn. By reference to our advettising columns x will be neen that Messrs. Cor fc Allen fling their banner to the - breeze, and propose to furnish the...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 7 January 1865

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JANUARY 7. 1865. se rtte Hfl Jj&K SPEAKGEiNTLY- A STORY TO REMEMBER. "Please to help mea minute,sisler.' "Don't disturb me, I'm readme' was tlie 'answer. "But just hold this slick,wont you, while 1 drive this pin through ?" "I can't .how, I want to finish this story.' was the emphatic reply ; and my little brother turned away with a disappointed look, in search of somebody else to assist him. He was a bright boy of ten years, and my onlv brother. He had been visiting a young friend, and had seen a wind mill, and as soon as he came home his energies were all employ ed in making one ; for he was al ways trying to make tops, wheel barrows, kites, and all sorts of things that boys delight in. He had work ed patiently all the morning with saw and jack-knifc,and now it only need ed putting together to complete it and his only sister had refused to as sist him, and he had gone away with liis young heart saddened. I thought of all this in the...

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