ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Independent, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 988 items from Independent, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
988 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 14 January 1865

f" ' 1- f , ! - r-tA, r. HT!MUUi 3E . J -. JSOTA.IUffi-'.ff 2WfX ' ? J. W. ROBERTS, Ediior aid Prff rieftr. " VOLUffE NUMBER 20. QSKALOOSA,- KANSAS JANUARY 14, 1865. ' "V.. ' WHOLE JUMBEB.. 228 r- a c 4 zz W BBmwmBWBBBBSWJE mcSZBBBWawjswasssssswBB awswi - iWt ' '"Ttr j "". ' ' i . j 7- ---. 3 111 "' -, ' ' j 1 he i IMeDendeirL r , -"--SJ- - anaS . . E - - y c ft.' 'S &a -44 V . " UMtkrfttexE, A1I mUTE. Tb4iBieldwa4alanviater state, - "Bow skew yoaae; leaves eae saece to hear lktMawawesftasrieawswMaVaw, - Jisw em ftWewt intfg iwr. nmgiimAi l?Ul wHh triam nla From paMot kauta to boaer Iraa, la tngnmt with awect f owan afala, Wfcoae petal ara red, white, ad Wna. LetthaWae LloMoia Uvt '' 'Upon the aod were eleep tha fetare, AndlhieiiHiKeaadraaaarad' ' ' Breathe balm npoa-theaoMiarSfaTe. Tbe bruad, blue wiac of aearea aafariad, "Shall ahleld the lamberloc child or Mara, . AaA Be h mold aad (a)daa the world Shall watch hla with SBelaaibailaf aUra. " V J eUrtril (flitfelta . THE.DAHDIE...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 14 January 1865

M t THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JANUABT 14, 1865. WW'W - u It ' - v . & " Wxt uflcpen(lcnt. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. - Sfeturdar, January 14, 1805. Governor's Message. This is plaia,- unostentatious docu ment, short and to the point. It speaks of attempts to ;nvade tlie State bj oar enemies, and the failure of the foe to accomplish his purpose. Invites attention to the Report of the Treasurer, which shows the total re ceipts for the-year to be 8273,736,42; and the total disbursements to have been S 23 1,625 62, leaving a balance of 542.110 30, of which 827.328 92 be long to the Penitentiary Fund, leaving a balance for general purposes of 8 '4, 581 88. To this sum is added the de linquent laxes-for the years 1861, 1862 and 1863, and Si 2.362 00 duo from the general government, footing up 3109,346 38 as the total credits balance in favbrxif thaSlate. Attraction over 495,520 acres of land liavoTieen'Eeadred, for school purposes by tliq Suie.silso 1...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 14 January 1865

-fri, i -a T,i .T , V -. - t-' v - r . . F-sp' . H t THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALDOSAVKMSAS; SATURDAY JATSTJAEY 14T1865. - - . -- - . - PTfrf Rri'stsliTiatrrrrsaa . ' 1 ltf gufopwiteitt 7c, -'t lC v 8 !-UBMSBKl.rVtTTTJBDAijlOB3llSa AT Oskaloosi, JefferstiCeiity, Emirs. i ' ' Jocjl Scpnrth)eK)f. 4, W. KOBBKTS, Editor. School Meeting' We see by notices posted ap, lb at a call is made for the qualified voters of this School District to meet at Back's School House to-morrow (Saturday) at 2 o'clock, P. It. te To'te (or or agaimsl issuing Bonds to build a Schoil House for the District. 3e hope the citizens will Uxb present, and all vote Tor a Itease. We seed one and mast hare it. nr the cnildrsf C4s District will Baf fler for scliooliag. A good School Hease will eahaaee the value of property is the District to atore than the amount it will cost. It will be a paying invest ment, both as regards edacstton and the pocket. Let as have a house sailed 'to the wants of tbechildrea bj all 'means. TtawV...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 14 January 1865

H & r tf'p f - -THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA; KANSAS, SATURDAY JANUARY 14. 1865. 1 t V E & i- .. M J .fro ihe pttlt Mbn Form JJoorVs Rani 5ew-Vorker. .THEJEAGEMAKER. a'sTOKY 0k SCnOOL,!OIRl8. ltrwas recess at Miss Capron's school.- The girls stood together in one large group, talking very earn estly. 'I think itt was a ehame,' said Marcia ewis, 'for her to make me face the corner for an hour, just be caus Y spoke half a dozen words to Nellie Jones;' 'I think so, too,' chimed in a half a dozen other voices. 'She delights in showing her au thority,' said Lottie Barnes. 'So sh&does, or she wouldn't have kept Anna Mory and me on the te citation seat, for missing one or two questions in anthmatic' 'Don't you think she is dreadful crossT I guess if we should try to keep acount,of all her cross words and looks we should have to be pret ty busy. 'Wouldn't' that be a nice idea? Let us make a mark on our slates every time she is cross, and see what a long string6f marks we shall cei...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 21 January 1865

m fii !--' sigMu&m' "-jsUh -4-gr - - wXdLiXiJL.L ?A2)lI ,CA - ji nSu '." t -t '11 nV 5Jid tftp? i J. W. ROBERTS, ScboieS io Sigieqifeeinvle 8iH3, Jffcb3Cj9 fieijeil litetyfttfre. . Editor aid Frtf rirtir. m ri '.-i- s,4 VOLUME V, NUMBER 21. fOSKALO0SA, KANSAS JANUARY 21, I860. WHOLE NUMBER. m. 1 vt The I Tl O ATiOnO ATI t ammm amm am! aaam 1 Bama mmmi 'mm mmmV "Bam aami aaam aaaa aaam aaaa aaam aaaa. maafl. ammm amm mma "smml J mm mmm t mmvJ amW vmS mma mma mmm mmwl BBK amm ammr " . smmn i .1 M M VM, x - y m x J m M v y. x y m m -iy ' - K K STrttrfori flPnfmf (pr gypmrVi '-' Stsndlnr in the moonlif bt 'Kealh the clear bine ky, Talkies low together, Only you and I. Talk or how the breeze Round u rently igh; How the lovely moonlb;bt Falls o'er you and I. Talk auont time's angel Pacing swiftly by, Wailins not for any, . Erf n you and I; Talk bow nmmerloweN tait away aM die; 'Sink tuts a silent tomb, So tnust ou and I. Talk oT how the church iiret, Foiiiilnf: lo the ky. lark Uic way...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 21 January 1865

V " v -, . 4t$ rBTT THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JANUAKY 2K 1865; w - 0 . tfr H J i! k id L t t, Ih a Ife fnfentoK - . - W OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. EOBBHTS. Editor. Sasurday, January 2 L 1 803. - - The Situation.'- At-lLe present 'lirjuUhelcbridyiph of the rebels appears more desperate than at any previous period of the war. Theyj have not had any substantial successes -x so- ' ' ' qt . forejeral.raontns past.. During that tf jtoe"!lhey rjRve been beaten by Sheridan, Sherman, Thdmas, Price driven from Idiesouri. and ifcw Fort Fisher taken r , J r 15 rf if I Willi the adjaceut works all important and perm-tnen victories, which .tell up OHothe rtbela. fearfully, as every one dashes '(he hopes of the massea.and dis arranges the plans ,of the leaders! Mucti was expected from Price's mid, and.tnoihiug was realized but disaster and disappointment. It was confidently believed nt Richmond that Hood would crush Thomas.and open the war lo Ken tucky, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 21 January 1865

-f jjhfc, - -"- V -'" T ?r? sgf -- X- ; - e. -w -w-'O. y .THE. INDEPENDENT:. OSmTL0OSAy?KANSAS;v SMmiMrtffMNMfi. n? " ri a ruauuasB evet.satcdat moekino at y '-.-- -. 1IC flikiletil,' Jrfftnoi Count) , nunsas. as. JU- loztf . 2eftFft. JW.TKOUBkTS, Editor. The Protracted Meeting At the M. E. Church is still progressing with" more hopeful tesults. Some 65 have beea added to the church, and a good number Lave been lwppily con verted. We trust the go6d work has bat juct commenced, and thai it will progress until all the community "are brought vnder the influence of divine Vtt". -- vf "51 .L Jifcs jt.'TmtVi J Attempt at Robbery. On Thursday evening, while services were progressing in the M. E. Church, an alarm was given, and a large part of the congregation ran out to see what was the matter. It turned out that a number of robbers three to five had made an attempt to enter the residence of Mr. L. B. Conwell. The elder Mrs. iConwell was at homo she is very old and while the ullinns -were ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 21 January 1865

THE INDEPENDENT:- OSKALOOSA, -KANSAS, 'SATURDAY: JANUARY 21. 1865. r m it is , the fittle oiks Form Moore's Rural 5ew-Vorer. THE (PEACEMAKER.' . is A STORY FOR SCHOOL GIRLS. Mary Paine was one of the oldest girls in school. She gave the gills subjects for their compositions, and helped them out of their troubles. So she was :i favorite with them all and they consented, half reluctantly, to do as she said. Miss Capron dreaded to ring the bell. The twenty minutes parsed, and she felt compelled to call her scholars. They entered in perfect order. Each took her seat quietly and commenced studying in real ear nest. Frequently, however, a pleas ant smile would seek an answering one from the teacher, and then one would be added to the rapidly in creasing row of smile-marks. The ,good order and close application to .study, and the winning looks, soon caused a continual smile to lighten Miss Capron's face till the girls fin ally rubbed out the marks, saying, Ah is no use to try to keep accou...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 January 1865

:r V- 3 ? ar-- -V ' -U" '- t J .LblMUjAtO zlS'A Aiizi 'din r HT;i;i'i"' A J 1 imtofi?f $11$ MT rV & A- iSi oyyf1 ft.'T -'. 2mS ,a2GGJO20 s-l . r ' 31 ii.'! "?5- jl't -!. M&&H ..'.? - ,!." a i-s j ' tx H- ' - r i' ."I't fen !.?q -. "f 'i in- .' J. W. ROBERTS, . J I .i VOLUME V, NUMBER 21 tOSKALOQSA, KANSAS JANUARY 28, 1865. .. wnoLE number; ,vm. . J- s - , ?- ; -,.. -, - UfO, I '4 " 'at s.'ljW'n. - sW TWM " iH ami I he CS M iDjaep euueuL- i i r: JTeltdcd Stotiro. STAN BIT THE BASSKK. BT 4IK X. K.Ca,m ED.iAt. SW-TOSJ. ir ' Brothers, stand besida the banner;- TUlly round the cause or Right; Truth shall tdamph, and Oppression Fink before your gathered might. Row of tires who nobly battled On the gory fields of old, Can yon see our fair flag flylhfi Can you hear Its story told. And not rally Ic deten.1 It. Firm of heart and strong of hand, Till it Boats a joy forever On the a and en the land T U'e shall miss you from the fireside, We shill rain yoa from the board ; Tears arc ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 January 1865

V i. 4K.3, X-M JaI21ZiM'TTfjTtialHaw !. THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JANUARY '28. 1SG53; "Fr i in ? ! ! I B 1 h t-i . ."IK bc ntlfpettttt OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. r. W. HOBSBTS. Editcr. h '"ii i r f Mim ?tturdr,-, January 28, 1885. Gifetutoas Votices. 2Jo one not acquainted with the mit- ter-by experience, can form an idea of the vast amount of work an editor is asl(ed or expected to do for nothing. 'He roast .notice every new thing that comes along; every institution'couueci vd with ihe-'pablie, especially if it pro fesses to be of benevolent character, no difference if its-conductors areinak jag tea times as ranch out of their en terprise -as he is from his business. Basinets men, ns u general rule expect n iaouce thrown in with an advertise meat. Now nil these notices cost the pub lisher inonoy. He pays out the cash or its equivalent in getting them before the public a fact that hardly seems to be appreciated by that public. Now no editor objects to giving "ia tuitous n...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 January 1865

-ST -- V THE INDEPENDENT: )SKAEOOSA, KANSAS, SATUBDAY, JANUARYS; 1865; . s Ste airpwdwit S STBLISIIED EVrET SATUEDAT UOK.VI.NQ AT flikaloesi, Jeffcrsoi Coiity, Kansas. r J- V.. KOBEKTS, Editor. Outrage Deception. Just before going to press, we learn that a bill has been rushed through the Senate, on the heels of the 'big drunk attending the railroad excursion, taking six miles from our County an annexing it to Douglas. Tins is unmitiigaled fraaJ and robbery. This County lias Maintained the laws and protected the "citizens. of thadisliist in question for years, at the expense'oftke-otie parts vj uie wwy, in inu scmgiit to oe ta ken from ue not being taxable; and now that the district is beromhir a source of profit and no longer a burden, Diugln wishes to seite it and reap the benefits, and ibis, loo, against the known wishes of the inhabitants. It is a shameless attempt to perpetrate a huge fraud, and hence the indecent haste to rush tho measuie through the legislature before the fra...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 28 January 1865

-J12 S V- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS,-SATUBDAY JANUARY 28.' 1865J fa, -ad.. ' w n it'i I! 8. 61 r Hi 2 Bt- , t JDJspw . . ' HECTOR, THE GREYHOUND. - Zitrnv grace cnERNWoon. . " Elector was a favorite hound of . i my. brother Rufus,whp was extreme - Iv ford of him,forhevwasoneof the inoht beautifu1,-Hiniable nntl-iulellk; gent creatures. He was also large and strong, and vee.used.to haines him in .a little sleigh, on which he rdrew my -youngest brother to schripl. He was fleet as the wind, and this sort .of' riding wa rare sport. At inight we had but' "to start hi m off1 ana ue would go directly to tlie school house for his- little mnBler. nu,necior was a wonacnui uog ! One afternoon, in early sminc we had been to the woods lor wild flow - ... i lj .. j - i ,! ers. J had my apron and my urolh- er hi? Cap full Of the brightest and ,c k-'i.:r.,l , M fi,.,l iiiuai ueauuiui uiio wc ui miu. We had lust entered the long, shady ,- i.u- u j .. tk l...,.D and were talking and laughing...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 4 February 1865

h t Tjuuaasra -ctsvaszija ZAKrjJi jsooiiMnrmmvmuT7 .ffOfrttapfeff ?ll BT OT8QWM3VA3J -.2AaMAX ,A200JA52Q t --en ,r..',IU- t -PW. ROBERTS, . i:in- ill .T&btoMl fo aqicwKofe Mechanics. ftiR.irdBi an9 .6enel-f a.Xtt6lraiirt-&. i'" .r-Sf'J'J."' : (IrtoraiiiFPrijnrretirr" .ihiT ccxJaacu -,-f Sai-. sbLiT lo ssIoittA wsH ! K I?.. "5-1 . 4- ..- JW . '" .U 11 1 i t cL !;tn;if',lf,. tifi.- -a;..i7 ;.f a.-.H v?dT .ti -7sri ess voii; 3ftarri Y0SjIrNMBER 23J sn.' : .ansinii jjuj' uj t;,'u I Uiith 3f'l 4 : U OJ 1. n. tt V.'. )C -ant s; r tics ysnt .ti .L."I'l'.r: 3TJO 'J' J ftTZA ? ; .' . J" ? i.'-: .:-.! 'iti .'i'rf', ' ' r t r BB BBJ v M i- iHf . BB .,. ,r. ! rv v -ik:. mwmwMrwmn. -nr jm. yY:2tv 3BBB. BB '-WB " t. t. . . .. Bi BB BB BB BB BB BB BW Wal BBJ BJ BB BM BB i . BB r vBB BB I I J . . WW w- ) Si "7" fc B BBBBJ ' V J - . " i .... . . -, I, , ,rr. i i . :;, , . . ,.., r . -- ' r.) mii " -T J - ";u" . j.i, .3...v , ' " ' . ' - ' "" ' '., 1 ,,: - ' ' ,.',, r-.-w - - 7-'"'. "..' .r'c...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 4 February 1865

THE INDEiPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY FEBRUABY 4 l$5-fr m m p& I M il I I Mi to :! She luflcpfttflcut. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. -Saturday, February 4, 1865. Daaatieu Yisit. It is designed to make a Donation visit to Rev. L. F. Waldxx's family on next Wednesday, from two o'clock to eight o'clock, P, If. Every person is invited to participate. Those residing in the coantry will do wslljo bring in provisions, eggs, ford, potatoes, flour, eora etc. Let every oasjrho feels an latere ia the natter contribute some tbiag. Those living in town can con tribute clothing, house-bold articles dec. We suggest his distinction as being most convenient; but any one can bring that which he or she caa best provide or procure. Parties wishing to do so, can place their names upon their gifts, that the recipients may know their friends. The committee of arrangements and reception is composed of Mrs. Griffith, If rs.WriTT, Mrs.RtDERTrf, lrs.CRi.cn field, Mrs. Alum and Mrs. Dat...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 4 February 1865
Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 4 February 1865
Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 February 1865

IKI 3HT HT!M8m,J3W h v O x I HTttewmvA "SET i"ht T JU-E IU wv "nr " j .i ,fc-!t -t , J, W. ROBERTS. rtS 3 J i a m 0 JO.000,1 Jsasl jk ftyvi5". neior. . ' a J , fl-3" r cjo oi. " .!. Jnwviq u izlzlsti! ire taW iiaiiiifX I - WHM-NU.BElt m .L i; '"jihvl o d!(.w a i w WME.V,; NUMBER 25. liW '; 'T O'O.SI d. l--iitrtk. Tl !:;i" I 1 1 1 .uM5 ""h'. " .'L-.TJIA ,0O.I;.i0 AKHU.a.'ia H M k w H " 4 MH ". j""". "k. m B a m i wal(ass H " H yH ' K Hi F ub. v "' K f l. b H yjj l . g FT jp ffv ""- j . Tfct Truth Dotk Never Die. .Tko'.kthgilons, suiet and etnpirei fall. ,,-A4 4yMtist deeaj; Thoack dtiM cramble into 4ast, And rations die nwsj-; ,. - Tfcbttgh gorreoas towers sJ paicees lu heaps of rnios lie, Which ones were prosdest of the prend . The TrutlKdoth nererdie! eboolJ ..a. is . We'll mourn r.ot o'er the slltat pest, Its elories ra not Bed; Although its men of hl-h renown B nutnberaj with, tiw .dead. WeMlgnere not o'er wLat earth has last, It cannot claim a sigh; -jn .''For the wronr alone ha...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 February 1865

9 I m. Mi i I Bt I I -m i . ... THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY FEBBUAK J 18. 1865? - TT ! r I 1 1 i I 4 Hft N ' m i a r 5r :' ww mimnmi OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. 7. W. BOBEBTS. Editor. SttiRdiv, February 18, I8G5. Indian War on the Plains. It is entirely apparent tljit tlitre will be bo peace with the Indian of the ' plaine until ihey are thoroughly whip ped posMbly until they are extermina ted; and it becomes one of the first duties of the government to put a force . ia the .field adequate to vanquish the - savages in the briefest space of time practicable. Not only are vital inter 'tits of the nation involved in the war on the plains; bat all the country west of the Mississippi Bust suffer mora or less while the overUnd trade and travel are eat 'off or crippled, while the trade 7 of the border States and the mining re gions .will be almost annihilated., If the Indians continue to cut off the 'supplies of the miners, the gold dig- ging ' must be abandoned entirely or grea'py...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 February 1865

THE INDEPENDENT: 0mA&0(&li'4ms&8mfoM?mfflMllWfo Si--fllpttftfflt V'z. I i 1 OskatoosaricTfersoi Comity, Kansas. I il ; - J. TV. HOBEKTS, Editor. The Proof Conmnated. Monej and persevering efforts in a wicked cause have succeeded with the citiiens-of Lawrence is robbing as of a pcftfoRldfoar territory, t No sclieme of the kind. was' ever more', unjust; no sim ilar atyempi'more flagrantly outrageous; and ibftTigtvts of parties interested nev er more ruthlessly trampled upon by i ui principled tyranny. Without justice or the shadow wright; without any but the robber's plea; against the expressed wishes of nine-tenths of the people on '.he cutoff, this vile measure has been pHshed-ihreugh the legislature by means of corruption and bribery. "So unpre . ,.;'- , ! . , , .... judtced "member oted for the bill on the merits of the Measure. Misrepre sentation, bribery and promises of place or luTp on the part of Lawrence, did the' wort, which was conceived in vil-1 lainy nd consum...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 February 1865

"TF - THE INDEPENDENT: 0KALQOSA, KANSiA.S, SATURDAY. FEBRURJEilSfMS. V, i, '! 51 i El i $nAtoMt g&te JEMUNCiJIS FIRST LIE ,Aj the solicitation of his nephews during vacationiJricJe liogersou telU Jfip in a story, as follows : ''0fiiilintl' shone tW sun, sweetly nnf the birds, arid everything ap 'pejaret! joyous, as little Jemmy Dun can, happy as a lark, skipped along the road one summer morning, sing ing, shouting, plucking flowers and chasfigiljuUerfltesH, He was going on an errand for his mother to 'Squire, ,Parons, who lived, in the handsom est house in the village, about a mile from,Jemniys home. After a pleas ant, rambling walk, he arrived at the 'Squire's place, which was call ed Quercus Grove. The house was a large, old fash ioneS stoBepne.delighttully situated among trees and shrubbery, and fit ted with ancient furniture, pictures and curious 'things, which had be longed to a former proprietor, a for eigner. .fOlArsenriag man ushered Jemmv into the library. It was some m...

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