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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 25 February 1865

JiJ ii Ui ,Ai00JAIciO aKKriaHiUli 'dLki'i H BciefLt .- v- ?. !& isiI&L f . I If" !lJMU?ti!tKSt. " t t2A2HAH .AEOOJAXaO iL. LTt --""- mar wt "-? ' ine Iftfr H B bb assr -'' v nsi mm aa M f m - '' - 1 i 1 1 l ir i . - J MM, 7M V-X WKIJ" j M .SBSBSW. .--:2 -erEacoa .x x " Wyi ..i l ' - : ev . irtK'lt I yjr J. W. ROBERTA 3)ebofe8 to fig.cijifii.-e, ecimics, fitfs, ftetos, q$ fieijety. litetytye. .Ot 4 i .i-i ax i 'c '- i ' "J-""1 ', Editor lift "?nf netir ,hi::,c x:i VOLUME V, NUMBER 26. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS FEBRUARY 25, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER, m l ' W JTjteteft ai THE BATTLR P' WESTPaUT. T CAJT. A. J. HI LLCS, COXrABT f, 16tB K. V. C A tady patroa sends as the rbUewlng vaniSod hlt Xorj of tL bUl oa our bordsr, bkti wved our State froa Ibe rstbUu lnader, with a request to pttbllah, which w davlth tcaaara : : , v '-rr-T car- ! --r -, T -TtaM, the Bareary sight,, v tfore wearily m;, Aa, armi la hand, 1 Our little band looked for the coming day. Two dara, you know, we fongst the foe, Two ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 25 February 1865

Mwi.ti :'wiC"jLftiH'i jcj'xp : . " a.,i-...aJiw"-"- ; . - . ,SCBfcfflKS2-2ffiS3 THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SAT-EKDAY EEBBUAKY 25.f18w "m -- M m in $t k ) e hi be lufapfttflcut 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS. 1. W. mOBEHTS. Editor. -Stturdty, February 18, 1805. Got. Caney lattice. Our leaders will lemeniber that we aid. Gov. Caliiey droti.Utiation the alTair of nur State would he ie- r-garded with giaielul luminal,.:, on the partof the people -ml pomtiity. fter the exdunent of the Hi.iotl eanra had passed away! BiU the mead of praise has been awarded by "Ylus enemies sooner than we expected. j'The House of Representatives t Topekn, passed the following resolutions unoni- mottsly: Resolved. By the IIous of Repre 5 annanves of 1 tie Sate 01 Km-, that "s the tliank of llii ll-mse an I tlie j-eo-""- pie of the Stale l Kin:", an jiifc.h !'"due to H in. Tii--mi! CiinW. It Uov B1 ernor of the Stnie of Kn.8. for the 'honest faitlifu! mid impai.i.l manner in winch he dii-charged Lis executive du ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 25 February 1865

N, JjUQLl c.JlHE IHlMEKIMI)EN?r:TOSaDt;0?)68 Tfi "TZT. IT .!. .11111 - 1 "I fjw JjMHWtoit 'v - - i AiUAMiii-.i - v. J 8 1'L'DLISOEU EVECT 8ATChlAI MOftXI.NG AT Oskakosi, Jeffersoi Cotfafy, Kansas. ,IV'AV u V T": jj J. W. ROBKKTS, JBdltor. -. . . EeligiOM. Est L. F. Waldes lias be -n hold ing ft protracted meeting five miles north-west, oC, town .in Ilia Xewell or . ,. . At '- .-ie, . DiftSshoijl Jipayo, where )le )work liasctjaattantled .wnji imusual iW.oti atraliuns o Divine power.- Strongmen baveieerKpt'ost'rated, and one-whs 'car ried from the house iuwnsible a (lis- "tanee bf'oref half a'rnijei'tohislh'pnie. As the -frtmiof nlie selfips of rate'iairs 35 ;Iiav.erUtnted with. the church, and w believe quite as many converted. With .single exception 'theheads 'cf v r T'. Ill . . . -''' ' ".yry Limwy in Hip neighborhood, not previously rc'mbf of slime" cJilin.i. chttn !i, "duriujr unted jth; the1 Ik E. 'Church 5thom!etin!f. r i - -. ... t61td to Hear It. " t . TharJi-fF'Tsoriian ay ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 25 February 1865

m .HI il ijyUHpB I?sTPEPENpENT2 OSRALOOSA; KANSAS; SAUEDAX - JFEBRTJAB51 25U 1865. M a J. Hi ' i i U B 1 ft i tt ; f $0 the ptile Jolb JEMMY3)UNCAFS FIRST LIE T "Jemmy did notwaitto be spoken to, but went straight to the 'Squire ,aiid made hirconiSssiou : r vLina's kitten was not in the libra- r y at all this morning, sir; 1 broke the bust thyself. 1 did not know it was so heavy, and I took it up by one hand to look at it, when it slip ped Jrom me and broke to pieces on theiloor.vl am vary sorry J'tdld you sguch.a wicked lie. 1 don't think I shall 'tveVtejl another. Can you forgive me,sir,aid1ietLinakeep her kitten?' "Why did you come back and tell ma all this ? I should never have found it out,' said the 'Squire. "Oh, sir, 1 was so unhappy, I could not keep such a dreadful lie to myself. I told my mother all about it first, and then I couldn't help coming to tell you, sir.' "Take vour kitten to the kitchen,' 'said her father to Linaand tell Brid get to give it some milk.' ' " Tears...

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 March 1865

1 l-W!? tmmgtr 1A-? M I ' 'V - i AUt f 1 1 v AU :if-eiA ii zi j j "rr .tetef 3 t .OS J jNiH-.tGdm .JGT 1 JtrSSE .-- . v- f F- - in t. -'. .JF .-. fl-wiii v J; ROBERTS.' 4 !i:i n-n;rd v.'.. is'ir' iiJSHia - .r nir Editor, and Pwprielor. ff M iHi-Tij V: ra-i-J UB&J: S'l" . i VOIi&xME V,JNUMBER ;"''. AW OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. MAECH 4, 1865. j nOLE,NCMBER.:m .," .0 :.:;r 1 '.' 5 -r- -. ? && SJ 5" - . r ! 1.. ijv . Rj VS K PM W TJ - - ' r 0 II I , B i fJ..,...,"'Ai. .jM-- . - s '67! "J " IK " " - "- . s . " m ttJ ;, . . t ,: VS T T ' . B trfb- .. IT,: S r.t.. "'V TiV 7 tV S '" ' BB1 t . . -y ' " 'W '- BB1 " BB1 T" s' ' . ' ' - .- s- ., ' 8 - f - y v . ..a. J ' '.o i i-- '-- "'Ht -- A iT- ,'jb ':&' - .Jill "' .''' -; -'' ' s-" :: ..'; ' ' ., ,!.i.'!5:Hail : AswoImliOf: &'?:.-v.- . .,.4- . ;.yiV. ,, ;v..vj ..I a-- ,. . -JSL..-. -i : os '. . -r ---" ..v' - -.or;.. .-k 9&- ? &Mv jftttttd f .ox:b. Tfiere it muth of h true . plillosophj of life in thefoltoTrinff lin...

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 March 1865

z' ArfAai(MbMWtMHM4iM THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MARCH 4. 1865. , i-m .rf S3r- .,. - v ft--.t , 1! 11 ' i I M. S.I Ill fer DM OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. V7". ROBERTS. Editor. rSaturdtv, March 4, 18G5. Woman's Sights. - For some reason we have not beard as much "noise and coo fusion" on the subject of "woman's rights" since the war commenced as previous to that time. Perhaps our fair sisters would just as leave not haye the rights of the sterner sez at the present time, and be called upon to volunteer or be subject to the draft. We thought, as we saw the anxiety of some of our citizens in , reference to the recent draft, that our - - fair readers were happily exempt from ' ariv personal fears in the" matter. We think women have many rights, and ought to have some which are denied them; but we incline to the opinion that fighting is not one of them. But these refections naturally sug gest others. If our mothers, sisters and. wives are to be exempted from the " duties of m...

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 March 1865

-te j-. Jr - 5S5SSV-'"-V i9SS-!- THE INDEPENDENT; OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1865. 9 3 -rr '. Sl jd?pea(lwvt ITBLISIIED EVESY SATUEDAY MORXIVG AT flskaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. J. W. EOBEKTS, Editor. The Draft Has come off and the suspense is over. A goodly number of our personal friends and acquaintances have drawn prizes in this lottery. We publish the list for this County elsewhere. Our friends G B. Chi-soii and W. 1S Allen of this place; W. C. Hicks and Erastus Smith,4of. Grasshopper Falls, all mer chants, are drawn.. In this district, J. F. Cowan and J. W. Himelwright, J who are brother-in-law, are drawn; Henry B. Wiley is a cousin; all three in . om family, as it were. E. M. Payne and M. M. Payne, we believe are broth ers. W. J. Gill and J. W. Wright nre drawn twice. Are there two parsons of the same name in each instance or '-in iiher ? A private mutual draft insurance company was started here.and cumber ed 25,of whom seven are drafted the largest per cent, ...

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 March 1865

ir 5 fV- STSTJVTP- THE-INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY . MARGHV4, Mff "- t ii J ir. pa $ .oms.f NATURAL DISTOBY. - the zcnt'. t The Zebu, or faciei! bull of India, is common throughout Southern Asia and Eastern Africa, and is used in lhoo countries both for food andasjprdd for until you know what you aic 'n hin:t nf Imnfon. It i: n nnip.t. ctpiiJ " " .. .... .,....7S 'tie aiiimal, and the different vaiietiei vary in size from that of our larger oxen down to a little animal not big- nov fti',,-1 o IMck.atrttnrt l rA A rrr All 41- LIIUU CI A, . , IWIUIUIU IIU lIUll. illli are remaiKaoie ior :i targe nump on the shoulders, composed of a fatty matter, which is valued as the moat; delicious portion of the meat. The head is long, and the horns are short and generally tajJtring backwards. Among the Hindoos the larger va riety 6T this animal is often held ta sred, and herds of them are allowed to" wander about many of the citie, 'often to the annoyance of the people, although they ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 March 1865

t .'!! rMK ir 5 V- w :- "2 jJL, '?M jieGOJ&o $.&, .. J. Is3 ? -a. J. W. ROBERTS, r Editor iiitf'Pripfietir. 8 w VOLUME V, NUMBER 23. XOSKAL00SA, KANSAS.;MAKCH 1.1, 1865T WHOLE NUMBER, m .... ' '"7 . ' ' ' ' i ' rtiir a - ? PH M Rw Pn aaam n 1 he f Indepea dell -r &. .$. v A . VQ ' wi C8FFEEI- RniPSODV. Oca formerMetrHratorud friend. W. H. Vsas: i r, whom sra bad the pleasure introducing to tLe public as a jonug joet of prouiIse7'sbtiilfht or ten yean ago, recently become inspired over bis (teaming 'Mocha,' and perpetrated the following for-m, watch Is suing Uio roanUs of the prs. 1 1 tint appeared in the Cincinnati Gazette, if we rec ollect aright. Cant jou send ua a remembrancer, Hal? Etecpingi brown of Macta'a grain, Mingled with delicious cream, And the sweets of Cuban cane, Rise in aromatic steam Floating up, floating ap From mj China coffo cup, like a fair; cloud ascending, Curling graceful here und there Curling, waring, floatiiig. blcndlug Into Tiewless space, and...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 March 1865

m 8f ' THE INDEPENDENT: OSEALOOSA, ANSAS, SATURDAY MAKGH H..1865.T y - g ' 9 m ? t t. K i fc it 'i km V n 3 - . i I I r-1. 1 i !;! if; Mi P II r. .! ' H it; 15 I It T Si :r ill tit' I: ' iff T te JMqbnt OSKAL00SA, KANSAS. J. W. HOBERTS. Editor. Slturdty, March 11,. 1805. The Btnatioa. BjrJ'reference to the map it t will be r. !. .. : . u " viur wain Bimies are now in a "itUtion (o tender each other assistance WJthaore fcilitj than the reb'els can iVe aid to" each other. Grant is south of Richmond; Schofield has his basa at Wilmington, Sherman is moving at hi leisure and pretty much at his pleasure 'feWWJn'll,e CarolinasfSheridan's forces re in the Shenandoah valley, where ;tbey can ttrike effective blows against the'foe. Sherman and Schofield, to all appear ances, can form a junction when they .wislio do so, unless, as we hardly be lieve, the rebels can muster a force of sufficient magnitude to prevent such a union of our forces.. t?-. '11 .1 r . xruua an me iruormntion we can gathe...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 March 1865

"W 4 - THE INDEPENDENT; OSKALOOSARANSAS, SATURDAY,, MARGH 186,5. Sferiig8lfejt. VVVfiSUXp EYK&T. SATCBDAT.MOlUflXOfcAT Osksloosn, Jefferson County, Kansas. Jo$. Jkpqtftyeijf. , J,.-V. BOBEKTS, .Editor. Quarterly Meeting. The fourth and last quarterly meet ing for Oskaloosa circuit, M.E. C.,will bt held in this place on Saturday and Sunday inel. Ministers on tbe:war to Conferepte are expected to be in at- ,tda nce. g t t St. J. Bishop Scott. "OrrlniwteConference,' which rneets at Tobetal is exneCtdJo .-preach in the M. E: Cliurch in ihis placeoiTMontlay eju8g.,nxt. Of course everybody will deaire to hear the J3ishop. Bible Society. Tjlie;ineiubes and officers of the Jef-; fersort y.County Bible Society are rc ; quested' to meet at the IT. E. Church in .this pl-ice on Monday evening next, llie .I3U,in5t, to.transact important busi nes's." The'rheetinit of the Society will take place immediate!". after the reli"- . -. r .;- . " . . WHslsencfis.pi. Un .evening announced in'thicolnmn...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 11 March 1865

4& . w X. - a -.' e. - -- .-y - THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUBDAT MARCH 11. 18651 "!l fl V I ,-H 8 'I 1 I !i fl 3 P if I I 4 ii $ i N THEIBLUEMARBLE. "" lother.' tukerl Johnny, 'what do vou think U the best verse for little boys?" ' vr 'After reflection, his mother said : f" 'Thou God seest me,' because, I jiupnoie. little boys somefnnes do naughty things thinking their moth ers don't see them and won't know it. This teaches them that there is some body win surely does see them." -"Does God looksinto boys' pock ets?" asked Johnnyv "Yes," replied his mother. '1 whh God could speak as'Svell .as-'see, said Johnny. "He does,' answeredjme mother. "Does!" cried Johnny, opening his eyest-wide. -f"' " Yes, he speaks ina still, small voice,' she said. "l,li ever heajd him,' said the boy. "Does it sound like wind? The reason you don't hear is be cause you do not hearken. God's voice dues not sound like wind, it peaks in your heart, and so.softly that you must listen in order to...

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 March 1865

) ?". 8 .Xf JT iltlC ,lsri Bf" bjk sill gmtabnnlq : winf irrswiisywj - JLXvy i,;. XliyiU i;J;i;ldLlfJil& . , : ; .,.. . , . .":. ' - 'V i " ,H: -j n.'-:.Ta-je ., .bar. 'i-'"-,yM .it hoc xsvs ftcUJo- " l L - -. ... ''' . . . .. ,.,:-. ... .-.., - iigT 3 L J. W.'ROBERTS, VOLUIEvyNUMBERi 29. XME TfKLVKTECKiSiVisiUX. T OUOA Ult nightjj I Ut in th rain And (ookeop to hearan thraT the night, A Tblon earns o'er ma and lighted my brain With a glory that aerar will toad il again Thii aide of the river or light. wAnd1 heard asweaCaound'aa !t came .like the Butter of feathery vingt, And the Tolee" er aenih kept eallhurmy name, And hsr breath in, my ireaaes went playing thcaanio M the air In an iiatrament's itrings. l:f .14 ' . : I told jny wild heart to, be atlU That the rliion iu naught bat a dream; Fori fawir.Eot that orer tte ajaethyat hill The feet of my darling had wandered at will iOm Ott bteka of Eternity atroak: t aaid'U the aaactlfed bird ': ''Oh, why haTe yon come from the West?"...

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 March 1865

e-mi-mitim T r - TV- Wi ruT-MwuSHafc; THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MARCH 18. 18G5. ffil i: li: tt i 1 ) ' t. f i IS ill m ht ujepcacnt. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. 7. W. SOBESTS. Editor. Saturday, March 18. 18G5. .:C TkeCruis. We are no in the crisis of the war. We have heard of this condition before, bat then it was a freak of the imagina lion; now it is plainly to be seen. The - rebels admit the fact, aye, they more than admit it, they prove it by demand ing that the slaves shall be armed that if this is. not done, the "-Confederacy goes nnder. ' But a Kerioas disaster to our arms now would hare a most damaging ef fect apon the good cause. It would embarrass the government, depress the public feeling, and greatly encourage ilia almost dupairing rebels. The rebel plans ate, doubtless, to bat Shersaaa, 8ehoeld and Grant in detail. Bat if they fail ia this they fail in all. . Fortanately for ns Sheridan, in the nick of time, defeats Early dis asirouslyisjd. compels Lee to send...

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 March 1865

1 '-sr$G?3. - -vuSij)?!- v .3 jwpmww9m9hmm.mvmmmmwtnvr 34 JrPM ". 4 & UJ1., II.U4J - ujuii UU .' rCCLlSHED EVEKT SATURDAT XOBXIXO AT Oskaloosa, Itffcriol Coolly Einsas. ,lij'V . '. U EocjiSPfiS" ' ' ' J.'lW'-HDBEEtS.'Kaitor.'1 M'iJ.'i' " 'Tr- : Teacharli.lMtitate! ''"'"' The'First Semi Annual Session of the Jefferson county Teacher's Institute, will lie held in Oska!o)sa, commencing en Wedncsday.April -6th ,:at. 10 .o'clock a. u., andrauiaainzlliree dajn.t Sowt of the btFi educational Iedurcrs.in the State have proni?se"d lo be1, with lis at iJmS'K?3! S ?HJ, to make llie occasion profitable to all who may attend. We hope to see everv teacheciritlieconlrtyait'.thtii. meetimf; ana aiso everj.gooa lrittndot,U) CRse, who cap'scunveniently com?; There will Uljjfublic, jerariiination. of candi, date:ioiiteachcrs:..oertiticalea.oa.Satur- day.after'rhe dose of .tiie Institute. ers should ltead , " . . s j., UP l uy.- Instruction. The, Jiienrls, hero wh'l "take aotico of t,,e fJ'S 5,S- p...

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 March 1865

aiif t - a I H"ff 'Hil Kl ! 'J' L'VT "JJ." i THE MEHEkT6MLSAVKMgkiTY 'HU6WkF : aWS. w i , m lu Hal fe U lis fi HI .! 1 l lu im i f t 11 m ' to I j !I I the fStfle J alfcs. TBEiCHILD SfOBY. JRVCtlAtl.ES DICKENS. Once iupoiiia time, a good many yeans ago, there Ava a traveler, and he set out upon a journey. It was n magic journey, and was to seem very lonij when he commenced it, and veryshort'when he got half way through.- He traveled aldng a rather dark path for some little time, without meeting anything, until at last he came to a beautiful child. So he said to the child: "What do you do here?" And the-child said: "I am always at play; come and play with me," So he played with that child the whole day long, and they were ve ry hie'rry. The sky was so blue, and -the sun was so bright, the wa ter was so sparkling, the leaves Were so green, the flowers were so love ly,and they heard such singing birds, and so-many butterflies, that every thing was beautiful. This was in line weather: 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. — 25 March 1865

if A J r Oil A:. A IBJ4MJ& .41 .- . . ..Gas -&";' KOf0Wl 41 ?Ex LV1 2k&kJL ,A20eJM?3 uaaa .; -tfABvfe-f ." . , - ":A- t r u' I W. ROBERTS, ,'. ii saias V.ni -i !. ' a- b'v.zt Hit . VOLUME V, NUMBER 30. GSKALOOSA, KANSAS MAECH25, 486o. .s tflOLl ktoer; m - . vff eUfcj ai. .I--.- . ,Ai .r ., nt .... riii I I rusii- rl'iQ:TSItt 1.X-LO- -:- sW V --.;" B " M- il i&m j$v - -- - .- -J - - nm w m y -m Im. m' '- msv F a ' ma- ' nv. ' n ma. V ma mn em .. iv - - r 0 f ,- , r--T - X-i JTtbxM orfeii VH0 sn.Tifc JtlBGE! AS OLD roil WORTH ItOIHIl. -nulJadce a man from manners? - no aoaii rcow jiik.dj nu areas 7 Pauper may bo lit for prEceap1 Princes 9t for ometLIngless. Crumpled ahirt and dirty jackat . w: , Jlay.bc!oUnj the" golden ore Of the deepest thoughts and faellcci Satin TeaU could do no more. There are tprings of crystal nectar, Ever nelling out of atone ; There are purple buds' and golden, . . .Hidden, crushed and arergrown; God, who counts by souls, not dressts, -' Xoves...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 25 March 1865

B! mmmr, m"mm hi THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUBDAY MARCH 25, 1865, '-aW r fi itc. uaitat 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor Saturday, March 25, 1865. The Xebellioa-Iti Mighty Xenon. Thevastness o tbe teachings of the great American 'Rebellion can hardly be realized. Through it God is instruct ing the nations. They who narrow its oulreaching proportions to this govern ment, or this coelinent, greatly eircam "scribt its comprehensive scope. It is not simply a contest between a government and a combined host of reb els; it is almost infinitely more than this. It is a conflict between antagonisms as old as the world, or at least as old as tbe distinctions in society. On one side is arrayed Progress; on the other Retrogression; for whatever docs not go forward necessarily goes .backwards. It is the array of Right against Might; of the People against "Class; of Liberty against Oppression; of Justice against Wrong. Tbe pecu liar circumstances, the extended field of the con...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 25 March 1865

a s?5- 1f -.-"S,1 THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOir'lsMATMMYSKReff fe? 18T6UT . - ' '-'g?rWlr-3BBe fc futojwMsni S rUBLlSBED EVEtYrSATCKDAT MOttXING ATW Oskaloosa, Jeffcnoi CoitntrIansas. J. W. KOBBKTS, Editor. Teacher's Institute. The First Semi Annual Session of the Jefferson county Teacher's Institute, Kill lie held in Oskaloosa, commencing m.j J ' 1 11 CiU - in -VUI. On vreauCBUHy, April oui, hi iu u uwk a. it., and couiinning three day Some of the best educational lecturers in the State Lave promised 10 be with us at that time, andBo pains will be spared to make the occasion profitable to all who may attend. -We uopa to see every . iieicher.Ht4iie cottntv at that meeting. "HsJand also everV-Wd-&Hpd of the cause, who can conveniently corned There will be a public examination oT candi dates for teachers' certificates.on Satur day, after the close of the Institute. District Boards wishing to employ teach ers should attend. ,B. K.'ITCabTKET, Sup't Pub. Instruction. The friends here wil...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 25 March 1865

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, BANSAS4 SATURDAY MARCH 25. 18651 l- .. Lit fi . f 1 --. u mi h Mi i 8 v? !?,. IV . H li:4 i- St i is ! JVH ' S ! if ti $ an !' Ill THE CHILD'SISTORY. BY CtlARLKS DICKENS. But the traveller lost them one day, as he had lost his other friends, and after calling to them to come back, which they never did, went ton his journey. So he went on for a little while without seeing any thing, until at last he came to a middle aged gentleman. So he said to the gentleman: "What are you doing here?" nis answer was: "I am always busy. Come and be busy with me." So he began'to be very busy with the gentleman, and they went on through the wood together. The whole journey was through a wood, only it had been open and green at first, like a wood in spring: and now vegan to be tlnck and dark, like u wood in summer; some of the little trees -that. had 'come out earliest were even turning brown. The gentleman was not alone, but had a lady of about the same age with t him, who ...

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