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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 6 May 1865

X CaS? 5? T tffr' ' i$&' 'iit' "tL "V " "' ,"ne.! J i W?-'r 't J-Pi i""-1 -;!""-? -i?" hiuMu. -ajJ'FJW . ,"7 ft ""s'XSra"' . if3 Tf-s ' ' ' s.-'1 iHr-tt' ?? t??.. Ji. A ,.;ftt'y t0 -j.robeM I if 1 :'v wJ.jj.v: VOLUME V, NUMBER -57. : 'U-w4 ! . ..'nrif"j.' :. n usj1j . ' - --- - - - - - - --r-.- w - .-r . I - .. Arttr k -j' Aft A TT A XTrt A ri Tr it,T'; r 1 nlK r - :',x Oil- ifl viM8 sSatT a esbiiecfcpK kv: vtj.tv.aiAuoji, sJxvt uiig . JUii x . ? loueinu iv i ' i. m u mm m; m rm ii k. h. iiji m n mfrw . . 1') V t !.. ;-! i i riJM stJ wmiaa Lc?r l4 . e. : e i6 u;! ... " ego, yrios acs . ' ..'V-V.",'." ' " ,HkollCOflO ,3lUJl&9lC .j?J itf- .'jiUm)r..-rP- ' nwqm,.r oiwIhocbi . ,w fc-aocL a s .'acw dsj " T . . v . , ' - - 1 - !' i-f r '- piw,i . ...... .... i M ir t (O &? ;Eqxivi. ijv - Wi.j gVi. .A "-"- -O- . O- v-",, ' J "3K-rf 8T0EY OF AH AUSTRALIAN iretillM yfaforiaob. !; ,sJ&x.Lnj&LA?L b-JA4 JLT '""i "w uceuTmw'tQEjggie years; employed as uch in the Hyde Park bee...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 6 May 1865

'if '.V- iiiQiirf 3i,rnvmr&i&i'nti0mif.'f THE INDEPENDENTS OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUBDAY MAY 6. 1865, - - . "aaBaaaj - .7- .aM- - t M M F2 I 4 i '1 1.9 Isd ffl 15 J vl r; f ' i&e iudtpttttot. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. 1. W. ROBERTS. Editor. Stfurdly, May 6, 1865. ZlteteatioM of Trade. The gold gmablen have had their day, and a sorry one it has beea to th coantry. United with them have' been a et of leading raaaafactarers and mer chants, who bar taken advantage of the aiihappy coaditioa of the country and aided in the unseltlement of com mercial affairs. We have always re garded these men as the most efficient allies the rebels hare ever had; and their wicked greed for self-aggrandisement has embarrassed the general gov ernment and added to the increased ex peases of the nation more than all oth or things combined. This has been done ai the expense of millions for the benefit of tens. Bat a few have reaped emolasaents while the great mass of the people have aaffered. While the war...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 6 May 1865

.' THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, 1MSATTIEDAXTKT-6ri8G5r " " J i i t . .. i J .J , LlJLtA: Sfc iMNwt- .j.icj t rUBLISHEP XVXKT SATCKDAT HORSING AT Oikaloosa, leffcmrCciity, Etiiu. jLol lrftyeiijf. J. V. ROBBKTS, Kditor. Job Work. Wo have a good supply of new Wood Tvpe, Job Type and Cuts, and are pre ared to do all kinds of job printing on short notice and in good style. Bring in your orders. Settlers on the Heterre Ordered off by tkeTtilitary. The infamoas tyranny of the Bail road Company culminated during tbe Utter part of test, week in the advent of Sra.DeiimtkwjjkjaMaad of soldiers. onleriBg tbe settlers to leaveHaa-aWMrve on short notice, or they would be fJut off by force. How many were ordered off we do sot knew; but M far as we can learB-ali.TTeeeifed'motice to leaven those who had,boaght the land of the old Company and held their bonds as well as those who bad not. It is well that the wretches thus showed their cloven foot at the start,- that their true character may be knows. ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 6 May 1865

-stfir w,(WHn, .uuot ,0 iiif: .lAdJilJild ,dA HZfflMKftKw: -TfiEBElMiJ 5btt M liK ! I 3 Ts m a t &S ii R m i ! ! I m 1 1 1 ,. n i WlILK-WIIKIlI ii 0 T r m ji r . . v., j,.;.. ... .. v, ,. fw.-jm'".'pt?yi-- i iixt' ,&4Qsjir 6,1 TJrstalrsaiirf down-stairs, r J-' ' tn aft algM-gown: t lTapptOf.iUhe window, Crying at ths lock : i; Are lac. weans in bed? For it's now ten o'clock." $'' "' " " . " V? V1 Hewnite-w-aMej1 -- Are yoa coming ben I .i To the sleeping ben ; The dog It lytsceattlMloor,. J, - Anddoes not even peep", " v nut seieo a wakeful laddie, : That will not fall asleep. Anj thine trat tieep, you rogue T Glowering like tbe moon 1 RgilHnf tathlronJiirti .-, '""IPIfliVnteo'P00"? tr t Humbling, tumbling all about, Crowing like acock: ftresiuUin like 1 know not what, Waking sleeping folk. iaiStx ,-Hjrj'i Hey! Til:ie Winkle, .jJuCJb'tjoHCkeepMinatlllt , l riggling 6n a body's" knee."' " l,ike a very 'eel; railing at the cat's ear, " As she drowsy bums " Hey! Willie Winkle! ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 13 May 1865

w- ;AOOJA5I30 rTMftaKMHOKl HF r .fallatt! " rf-5 V"sJrVyJLX .22JLO ,A2QOIA)20 T n3 ??' iud .; t. j TC1.&3C .1TZ3Z0X ,TJ X 7 -t v. f rl iii! -ias ii? v uaH -K- iiidama J. Wi ROBERTA .rf4-.lf'l' R3-j-.'i 'i - 5 J3 'r - Editor aid Prtpricter. -.JtCGO.OOIj; VOLUME V, NUMBER 33. . ' f as, A-i '. ' : ia.1 : 'iii " : '1 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS MAF 13, I86d. ,ji- nf -in- 'b-: ..A ij9l , r-i WHOLE NUMBER m- V. .li-Xl. -' MnVK!T IJ'I I',l;""" " '" '1 I 'If-f-' a . : t . . ' i.-q : l-.--'- ' ........ ... ; , M" ,-:': " W'S-lfttO -J " ' ' i i i '. r . !. - ,. ... . ...4 . ... rflerfe-Mth. o' -i -yf , ! C -i rt-" f J . j---- s w1 o-r ,(aafe" lU&UJi A UKAHJD 5UALE. Many years ago. in"egodaiM jd. SaltaiT ScTii', '"fast Turkish 1 youth 1 Adme perpetrated 'named Mourad one oTlfcf Bioif aiuiuaifnir im(f-s access- fill swindles ever recorded in the world's history., 'hefather of Mourad was a wenfthy mercliianU of Stiunfcool, who had died, leTinj;Mns lucrative business to his edlest son, II u staph. ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 13 May 1865

swssar?" THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MAY 13, 1865. $T U i (3 A. - - . r?i .'! r Wkt QdtytnMt OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. 7. rt mOBSETS. Editor. Slturdly, May 13, 185. 100,000 Reward! l3y the advice of ibe Jadge Advocate ad the Cabiaet, Presideat Johnson has offered a reward of 81 00,000 for the apprehension of Jeff. Davis, and 825.- 000 each for soaa five, members of ht cabinet, en the grouad of complicity in the aaeaealaatioa of Mr. Lincoln. The plot ia clearly traced to the rebel lead ers at least to Davis and his cabinet; hence this action. - Davii aud, hi crew are still on tha run. They stole some 8300,000 from the people and the banks of Richmoud in specie before Uiey left that city. The rebel Secretary of the Treasury, Tem- liolss, refused to exchange the specie for Confederate scrip at Greensboro, U. C. en the resmd that the specie all be longed 'to the State of Virginia! The people woald ,aot recieve the fugitives .into their Jmmm, aad they remained three dajsad nigh...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 13 May 1865

& -- Wsj. THE INDEPENDENT SKALOOSA; IMSlS, SATURDAtrtAT WlMiP1 IS, Ite iwfejKtttat. cs r.--'r. .--.ri, s vuBLKBtPXvjaiT SATctDiraroBsrxo at nskaltoWf Jfffftrsoi County. 'Kansas. t -r , . - l - 'J. TV.TROBEHTP, Editor. Job Work. 'We iiaVe a good supply of new Wood Tvpe, Job Type and Cuts, and are pre ared to do all kinds of job printing on sliortjriolice an jj'ti. good style, iriug in yonr-praers & Iridmn'ibitioaT On this (Friday) evening the M 2th tasU-ikertwiUbe anExhibition of the Sac ani'&if'lnl.awijat the M. E c and'pTndiattH M. E.- mrchinthis hce, uiide7S?nVriian; P ? -II " V . 1 X Ch ageaient of .Uetr'MissioBary Hev. R P. 'Dcvjut." Twenty native of. the tribe, tTeivemen, five women and three children, .are to ''perform, many of-their ancient easterns, superstTtioa.; -icharra, &c. .whfph will be explained by their missionary 'They will appear in na tive costume,and giva a natural, and lifelike cast to -their performances. The object of ths Exibttion is to raise ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 13 May 1865

-.- ; V -4 i THE,. INDEPENDENT: .pSKAlgOSAkANSASi jSATWKDATi (MAY. 13; 4865JIT 149 I im i ii I- Iwtiw " THE STOLEN FRUIT- "j . . " 'Well, Jacob, I should be very glad to hear that if I were sure it is the truth, but 1 am afraid it is not.' 'Oycs, it is .sir; J would not tell you a lie about it. This was. said with so much assurance and appar ent sincerity, the teacher began to almost doubt his rwn senses; but ifj the boy wns really-gailtys he knew he had a sure test and so he deter mined to let Jabob and the school know the result; so he said to Ja cob: 'I think I have seen these apples before, in Farmer B's orchard, and that 1 put these marks upon them myself; but you say you marked them this morning, and that you did not get ihem in iS's orchard. Now apples that grow in different orchards look so much alike, that I should not like to say positively that these were' the ones that I saw and marked last evening; but you know whether )-ou are telling the truth or not, Jacob, and I wis...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 20 May 1865

4Tr - --" . 7 ' ' J&- &. ; ,.. 4 J? s r' rt!. ' te . -., 3 W nu w "t etsAswawwitwavasai ..-.' " Ui.,, a jik:-.; 'tI'Ki:i :mi jfc t 15 ' ', J1 'ti f . - sap a . t l'JatI .!.,. ..u .,:Mi ,. or' . - Ti: -t,!T.- bw " iMt.'.i - -3!. ii --rt -f gg-L'j rr" j;' ROBERTS, Sebrfed'fo ftgfeft JJecicg, firtS, ' KftoS, -6rttf"JgSil'i. - :Z' rl.T EJU?r.aI PjriSgn j ?j sottfttr -r it- '- " VOLUME V, NUMBER 39. . . S ;t.-. r SKALOOSA, KANSAS MAY 20, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER? m. .u,. . : t ' . inpe ' a. DeBdeiiii eat jc.- : KMfijyg&ifc-M . :u " .- 'ft -vr -j . t . ..- p-.'tfc; . ( Iv J The vor)J ii rife witU tmkle Uouxbta,, ThitlfviMeonlheieijo;' ' Ait i a-. 77 Tii muie a artaareb vei, BatadioaUiabliue;- - ' And Ton may lire a noMer vend Than can be told in rhrme ! Let Um and lBMavwW'Uilnkiitg breth, - To inamtog jaulh belong ; The"fy1frmor'neH-'ipenVlifb-'' i"- I tweeter fmrthin ton?. I'm wvary of the -waste or word Our world, were not aodead,, If half onr bud would cease to write, And lire 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. — 20 May 1865

Py - aeMgg ri in i tar' m T"1: ,. TTM Z?i Wt 52J - -rxr- - --f----iM--!a--i"""1- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY MAY 20. SI U M k.' :.- :ll '8LJL.A.-i -V !-, . . : I ., 1865. W i & is;3 m f- it m i I Prj 4 4 & Ste M$jnfl$t. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W..BOBERTS. Editor '!-' . '!. .tr- : .-,!. Saturday,' May 20, ISO;": 'i i. .The lienor Traffic. ' : . . ; , Our brief remarks last week on the bubject of licensing a dram-shop caused some fluttering. While we do not wish to do.hariB to anyone or to wound Ihe feelings ofany jn this, matter, we do desireand Intend To'sJCak plainlyto give the trutb -. it is, boping.uUjkt it' will hu.whererer itrbelongy, andB9aTj mi our cwzea iinnix; ana, if possible, .thinlrrw. ' ' " , . . . . . No triaa who "regards truth ..or. the jiterests if society will contend sibat the selling of intoxicating liquors is w i v rigbt. In tins' day of light no man wbo hAsanyt regard for bis reputation wiil defend life efij. ,it is universale - acknowled...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 20 May 1865

45a. Tt fc , .iur . Jitef& g n'BtisnED EV EVEM 8ATCEXArI0U.M.V0 AT Oskaloosa, Jjefftr&eilCouiitjv Kan us r JLoe-i SeJ)ih)ei)f. J. IV. R6BKUTS, Editor. ill T ' ' ' Joo Work. We have a good sumdyof new. Wood Type, Job Type and Outs, and are pre-j ared to do all kinds of job printing on short notice and in.gocd style, t Bring in your orders, . . e i !," i I, r- w Temperance Meeting1.', A nieetia'g1- for 'the? adfaacemetit of the causa of Temperance will be held at the X. E;' Church ou"Wedocsday ev-S .'- ,ft ninji oL next week,. when an address on mis luiportvuixHfeci,. may uc ex pected by Rev. L. D.I pRiCftSLetall the peoplecomC'OUL and aid to advance the good work.,' . ,, Two dark cbasBuL sorrel ponies, femr years old this suiniuer, belongingiotfie proprietor of this'paper; strayed off soma two or three weekfiisince pn the Reserve probably. UotJi branded dim ly with J. B., the lettersr being united. One Jkas a while or blazed face', -while' ""fore feel or. legs, q-lilile 'Hump...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 20 May 1865

?3&' rar .Wm.;,., -,,- -e 3- Af i3u,. a rrimowm THE ilifi)EPEI5ENT:, SsKA'LOOSA, ltNSA, SATTJBDAY Mil' 201 1865. s ? r 7j h rx m 1 :, ft a il. I I J I. ! It i r OylltAKEN IN Bp. -MiyjSmUIiwas n heedless -and disob'edlenVgirl and often' bronght herself into trouble by disregarding inu ndvtce.ol her mends and the commands of her parents. One day she was going out to play, and her mother said to her; " .'Now, Mary,1 you must "keep :nvay:irom the pond, and be sure not to gonear any deep water.' 'Y.es.'iiwihY said Mary, and away he went for heraflernoon sport,,, There was -a miil-pond about a quartet of a mile from her home, to .which she often went contrary to the orders of her parents, who were afraid she might fail into the water and oe drownded: and it was this pond her her mother,, forbid licrsgoing iik present' occasion. " to on trie pi Mary did not design 4o, disobey her mother when she went from the house; but she had not been out an hour until her attention was drawn that wa...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 27 May 1865

' , "J I!jiif ' - &$ .of- J. W. ROBERTS, usa'.. ;- r ar Editor ait Prtfnetfr. . my" .oa.-ii ,i -mYQLUME V.oNUMBER JOi r M 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS MAY 27, 1865. . . - -.is. WHOLE NUMBER, m . -t t ' - - n' f-. &! - i. , n: TI --r. I I '';. J ail- 4L. . nei liMepenaeiit j& ' " rrt ' -" ' '" ' MiM,11M,M1 . t ' -fc II. ; ' " .' - . i1 - -- " . -- " - '' ' " - - ' ' ,m . . . . . . UJuite RfrMblac In thcss dji of de?enerSe rae"w ?. ! piece of ranaine noetrr. iieb me louowtn: . s ' EABTHtS JUtCELS. T JC1 -WlLUCL Whyemne not spirits from the realms of glory To Tjslt earth, aj In the days of old The times of ancient writ and aacred story 7 Is heaTen more distant, or has earth grown cold ? Oft hav I paied, when sunset clouds receding Waved like rich banners of a host gone by, To catcli Uio gleam of Some white pinion speeding Moos the confines of the glowing skr ; And oft, when midnight stars in distant chiltness Were calmly burning, IUtenad late and long, Bet nature's pulse beat on in so...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 27 May 1865

?4,'-y-"a-.'ii- .;, , inn inrsjfrgia . i 6t 40S, ? THE INDEPENDENT: 0SK-AL00SArKlOsTSA'SrSSTUn5TMlT 27, 1865. t. v -I -aw s vfau-riTrif- i She gu&pwflwt OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. HOBERTS. Ed.tor. Saturday, May 27, 1865. The Beserve Outrage Solid Facts. u On 'last Saturday Sara. Denmsn.aid- JLl.by Wilson Shannon, endeavored to make such a showing of matters as should induce the settlers to invest in the Reserve lands without getting deed. - He also stated, we learn, as ho did here, that the order for the removal of the settlers wa obtained through, at the instigation or on the endorsement of the Indian Agent. This is another subter-j fuge, as we shall presently show. ... Mrlt rlmi(lli.( .!..! T . .Trf,. .... , J fiimseir,s true that he is but the tool .. - .,,. uul,iU,i nam uenm.in KRTsm -. ..... ., u sirapiy new in that capacity, and what a despicable thing i'is! He siys he is not to blame; that he very innocently! just points out the men to drive off that is all. Innocent Denman...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 27 May 1865

-. w THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUEDAY. MAY 27, 1865 Sits 3Utfjtfail?nt S .'CBLtellED.EYlaCT SATCBOAY KOUNINO AT flskaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas. Jocsti eptfft,eij.. J. ,TV. ROBERTS, Editor. Job "Work. -We have a good supply of new Wood Type, Job Type and Cuts, and are pre ssed to do all kinds of job printing on short notice and in good style, Bring in your orders. Defense of Sailroad Company. fe i v.. A writer at Wyandotte takes us lo task for saying the soitleis on the Re serve Weresordered off by the military regardless of permit, aad-Ujathocon- tracls of the L. P. & W. Co. were re pudiated hy the present Co. We s'.a'ed that these statements carno to us direct from the settlers. Doubtleis.uavrassed as they are, they hear and believe n great rainy things that are exaggera tions of the acts performed; but in all conscience the truth is bad enough and the acts sufficiently tyranical and inhu- mn. Unfouunately, this writer i;;ve s no prouf; he only reports Jiearsa...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 27 May 1865

- ji' iMaa-gaMT" f.'..TraT , - - i ,!: TBi.-hrTiiiiTriinnrM ;yi - S. "ilkr iLgr.-' THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA,kANSAS, SATURDAY MAY 27. 1865. ' gij; ! i" 4 tr-a h , Wptftft C5'S "' ' I'or the Independent. , ANECDOTES OF GREAT MEN. rsT-JahnrAdams, second President of k put $H' l iliit'United States,- and one of the! fffltnoi a nf hit i-fcK1ra ria.i'...-i ft.-... f t taatatswaw w UU1 UVUtU JabVIU ICAIIUII VI Independence, related the following anecdote. of himself: "When J was a boy.l had to study toLa'tin grammar; hut it was dull.and 1 hated it. My father was anxious to end me, to. college, and therefore I studied the grammar until I could hear tit' no' longer; and going to my tefalher, i told him I did not like stud-, and asked for some other employ ment. This was contrary to his wlhes, and he quickly replied : WeliJbhn, lilTLajin grammar o'8snoi suit you, you may try ditcli- TjK.c': porliaps that will. 3lv mend- vs vender needs a ditch ; and you mayiput 'by Latin and try that.' vrTh...

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 June 1865

I I ' ' " - - J . , " """""' " "' "T rpMMawK ;i. j 1 lie Independent, ss? . ' i ' J J. W. ROBERTS, DebrfeJ fo figicqifqi Meefwic& arts, ftetos, 9 Seijefcii Petyfi.-e. : r Editor aid Prtfrietir. VOLUME V, NUMBER 41 OSKAIOOSA, KANSAS JUNE 8, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER. 2J9. j JTilecteit Sftrcto. U.DER THE ORCHARD TREES. TJndor the orchard trees, In Summer's golden prims, "When sUm were Mm &d hearts were true, Oh, 'twas a liappr tlma l " Bneh merry songs were sung, Such merry games were plajed; Light-hearted and gaj ,thro' the lire-long day. We romped in the cooling shade. Or sat on the mots-grown stono, Watching the hutlerflies pass, And the gay sunlight, in patches bright, Fall on the dewy grass. How softly mnrmar'd the b-eeze, Through the old apple trees. And tao brook sang a song as It hastened along On its way to the seas. Under the orchard trees, : In those days of long ago, "Chasing all about now In and now out Amidst tho Branches low. And when, thro' trembling leaves, t)own in ...

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 June 1865

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JUNE 3. 1865. ! H' 1 m , he gttfepcnftmt OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. EOBERTS. Editor. Saturday, June 3, 1865. The Delaware Lands. Under this head the Lawrence Jour nal has an article, which is designed to be candid, we think, but which shows that its editors are deceived in reference 4o the questions involved between the Railroad Company and the settlers on the Reserve. It refers'lo the difficulty between the Company and the settlors, and charges us with a "seeming disre gard of justice and truth," and a "de termination to embitter rather than al ley" iho "excitement and unpleasant - fceliag between the Company and the settlers. We "deny the whole statement of the Journal in the premises. Our only ef fort has been to get tli-e Company to give the fads, which they have persis tently refused, and still refuse to do, We have offered our columns free for this purpose. The Journal shows its ianornace of the matter, and the misleading charac ter o...

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

J THE INDEPENDENT; OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1865. T, xt ludin'ufcui. S l'L'CLISUED EVERT bATUBD IT MOBMMi AT Dskaluosa, Jtffersoi Connly, Kansas. ILoeM 3kjHh)Ci)f. J. V. KOHEirTS, Editor. Job Work. We have n good supply of new Wood Type, Job Type and Cuts, and are pre ared to do all kinds of job printing on short notice and in good style. Bring in your orders. Illl Dram Shops. Some citizens appear to be ignorant of the liabilities of parties who sell liq uor with or without Uncense. For the benefit of-U par ties interested in this subject, we append a fewpragraphs from the charge of Judge Gilcrist to the graud jury ef Shawnee county, a1 the "recent opening of the term of the District Court at Topeka: The Judge Grst speaks of the law as prohibiting the sale of liquor to Iudians under any circumstances then "that fill places where intoxicating liquors are sold in violation of this act shall be ta len, held and declared to be common nuisances." that the license to sell liqu...

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

X THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUKDAY JUNE & 1865. g.M Jfe pttU f alK FREDDY ANDTIIE FISn. - Down under the blue water ol the river, where the sunshine falls with a dimmer light than up here on dry! land, a little cunner, with all its fins spread and scales flashing, was swim ming about in quest of a breakfast. Ah! there it was just before him, a delicate morsel, and with a quick dart he seized it. Poor little cunner ! he did not see the line above it. He saw noihinx, feared nothing.till the sharp hook pierced him, and he felt himself drawn up, up out of the water where he could breathe, into the air where he could not.till he lav gasping.pan- ting, quivering in a basket at the bot tom of a fishing boat. The gasps cnme slower and slower; it would soon have been all over with the poor little thing had he not found an advo cate to plead for him. Freddy H, was one of the fishing party that day, and as his father took out the hook and threw the fish into the basket with the...

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