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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 10 June 1865

X v s .- .j. -,.... J:w -:ut&4. je-. A2HAH -3t20y I V?f J. W. ROBERTS; Oj iithlor snd rropueior. 35p VOLUME V, NUMBER 42. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS JUNE 10, 1865. mom nombeb? mr rwt i a - Tl I 1 I B ... Ilv 1 ir jt4 Irx t nr.." -rl --ir 4"; v: J j tiM jnfcfc THE DOG AffD THE ROBBER. j'giFTsTRAKGE SiqBT.JDTiCAROLISE A. SOULE. - While traveling in 1S57 through the beautiful city of Leipzig, I observed about half a league from the gate of tbe town, a few rods from the highway, a wheel and the boues of a chained corpse exposed to the gaze of every passer. The following is the history of the criminal, as I had il from the lips of the judge who conducted 'the trial and con demned his body to be broken. A German butcher being benighted in the midst of a forest, lost his way. and while endeavoring to find iho toad, was attacked by highwaymen. Ho urns ou horseback and accompanied by a lanre do'. One robber seized the bri-i dle.while the others dragged the butch er from his siddle and felled him....

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 June 1865

1 . I . 1 1 . ... ...... I I I JH.ll ... . 1- 1 na THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA,KANSAS, SATURDAY JUNE 10. 1865. j w Ees a its rifemitlmt OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. Saturday, June 10. 18(55. LeavenworthyandJBailroads For more than four years we have endeavored in these columns to point out the true policy of Leavenwoth on the subject of Railroads. We have re peatedly demonstrated by facts and figures the positions we hive taken and sought to havo our fellow-citizens of that enterprising city act upon the true and only policy which will make Leavenworth the city on this. side the Missouri :iver. We have done this be cause we desired that Kansas should liae the commercial and other advan tages of such a city, and not auother State. But divided opinions, too great delay, and then too great haste to get some connection quickly, have opeia'ed adversely, and we fear disastrously to the Railroad interests of the city, and -thereby to the best interests of the Stale also. We are...

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 June 1865

4 ta pfapm'tat, S lTEUiHXD EYEUT SATUEIIAV WOKXlXO AT Osknloosn. Jeifmoi Couuiy, Kausus. Jociil I)efatftoef. J. "IV. KOCEKTS, E.litor. Sunday-School Pic-Nic. Tlie M. E. Sabbath School of this place will hold a Pio-Nic in the grove near town on Wednesday of next week. All the Sabbath Schools in this vicinity are invited to join with the school on the occasion. The procession will leave the M. E. Church at 9 A. M. Rev. L. D. Price will address the School on the occasion. Lernllitliecliihlren and the parents come, and spend the dayinpleasant recieation. Fourth of July. The great National Anniversary is approaching.and, we notice that in some other places they are making prepara tions for a celeharation. Yhat shall wo do here ? Shall wo celebrate ? We think, at any rate, our citizens can go into the grove, have an address nnd some toasts, and sujh other exer cises as may be appropriate. What say our citizens on the subject? County Finances. We publish in this number the pro ceedings of ...

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 June 1865

V THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUKDAY JUNE 10, 1865. l i$x ft - THRE& TIMES A- DAY. - 'Adela, my darling! Adela?' 'She has gone out, granpa.' 'Gone out! With whom? Has she left me here alone with von, Ju lietta?' 'Little Mary is hers, grandpa, playing with the dog; and Mari anne is in the kitchen, getting dinner ready.' This conversation was held be tween a little girl about nine- years old, and the Baron St. Andres, an old man of eighty. He was a knight of the order of St. Louis, and had received his knighthood and Insign ia fiom the hands of Louis the Six- ternth. Kins of France. He was , i i , t now, however, quite Mind, and con - pniiiitlv liotnloc T itfl Alirf ., sequeiiiu neipiess. Little Alan, a child ot six years of age, mjtde the third one of the partv Julietta,' resumed the old man af ter a short silence, 'did your sister sav anvthing to vou when she went out?' Yes, grandpa,' replied Julietta; 'she said to me, 'Take care that lit tle Mary doesn't trouble grand...

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 June 1865

IndfeD e $? C m K 7T'iS ". 2f!A,20OJ mm y ,2 avneannnannW .- - .' J, W. ROBERTS, BebofeJ io ftgictflfiii-e, Jecicj!, flrt& fletos, 3 fieijeJ Jiktifato. Editor and Proprietory 4 VOLUME Y, NUMBER 43. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS JUNE 17, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER. 2o'l -3 Th endent r W"M fr CK BOYS ARE COMING . CaJtaaaakriaeWarlaa;: - Tfcamamls amtjlaynaai; TaaaGot,thadayui Tm . it eaaJag CM. And when glad hstald rales Stall tall m peM has cobs, Tali tbODxfat aaall moat rejoka as, Oar boys ara naming- home ! Boon shall taa Toica af stafiac Drown wart trsmaaooaa din ; Soon aaall the joy ball' rlagtac Bring peace and freedoai In. The Jubilee bonSres baralaa; Shall aoon light up the doaie, And aoon, to soothe oar yearning. The boys are coating heme. The meant traalde places Hare waited for them long; The loTe-ligbt lacks their feces. Tie choras Ucka their aoag; A shadowy fear has haunted The long deserted room ; Bat now oar prayer are granted, , Osr boys are coming home O, mother, calmly waiting For 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. — 17 June 1865

'k THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOS ARKANSAS, SATURDAY JUNE 17, 1865. K3 W ? w m i.H y fvi jJ M Sfce fuflcjwntol 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBEHTS. Editor. Saturday, Juno 17, 1805. . Our Bailroads. At present the system of railroads 'contemplated and the lines in course of construction, so far as wc are aihhed, are not calculated to accomplish that for our Stat which is required to secure the best interests of the same . One company is in the interest of St, Louis; another of XJhicago. but where ia the company in favor of Kansas? The L. P. & W. Company did noth ing but disappoint public expectation, and dicker around in contemptible in trigues to get money for its officers. They either never had the interests of the State at heart, or else had such a poor way of manifesting that interest as to misltad the public in regard to their motives. And what have xre now? A compa ny looking out for St. Louis interests exclusively. No point in Kansas nil be benefited by their action, except in- ct...

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 June 1865

THE:lMEPJTOEirjvS&fi iw3fiii(If)fi1aj. "AW.Uu- -xn? -. . -. s 1-ucLisHEi) tyrttr, sATuaxiA. moiling. at (lskaIoosa,.Jeffcrsoi ConriJy, Kansas. An Interesting Book. 1 J.oqi gej)fpeK)f. 4J j , .. ..' "J. Wl'ROBElrTS, KJiwf,.- . The Fourth, , Thrcitizeris'of Oskaloosa nnd viciiit ay -ire requested to meet in front of Messrs. Cusons' Store, on Salarlity of tliis weekljlji instj.at tliree ti'clock, Tl W ' t' ' . I i . m., 10 mate arraugiueius tor cele- . branny tlitcoining Fourth of July. , Let there tie .ifene'ral attendance. ' The jei bellion is crushed, pear.e has dawned l??2i!ie',2"J' andtha glorious AnnV versarr-ofIwtepttdcencecan now be celebrated with jjlaUiTMtl'Ctike- old flag-wave and the people rejoice. Come lo-lhe meeting at three o'clock to-daj' (Saturday..) " Escape',' amlfjf willibe onp-of tlferMu3Jr'1 graphic arid Teail able books of the frresV TIlP Wllfr 111 fl.n A.l " '. . -....v., ... iuu cuijj buijjps oi tne rebellion, gave a deeper insight into the motiv arWaiUnde...

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 June 1865

. S 1 MM . BWJ-.................-- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALbOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JUNE 17. 1865: f ;s 1 THREE TIMES A DAY. I Adela, as if she had not heard his last words, turned to Julietta, and questioned her concerning the stud ies she had to recite in ths evening, and thus adroitly changed the con versation. .She then remained for sometime with the little party on the piazza, until Marianne summoned them to the dinner table. She ob served her efforts to please granfath er were not successful ; his mind re mained troubled, which caused her pain, r earing he would resume his attempt to dissuade her from going out again, she controlled her feelings and chatted incessantly with the lit tle ones, all the time, however, min istering to the old man's wants. As soon as the meal was finished, she directed Julietta to lead grand father back to the piazza, while she remained as if to attend to household duties. But soon Julietta saw her walk quickly thro' the garden, and, uassine out, close ...

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 June 1865

. -I J. W. ROBERTS, 3)cbofe3 to 8igiciliie, ectooics, fttf$ , ctos, )3. Seqehif litetyfyre. Edilor aid Proprietor. V" VOLUME Y, NUMBER -44. J&8MLO0SA, KANSAS JUNE 24, 1865. WHOLE NUMBEKL2o2 5. 1C. .- LAST VEKSCS r J.Q. JLBA.ltS. ili following Aanzan were penned by Mr. A dams the U j. before hU ftul attack, to accompany hi: ntrapuTwfcWbjMJ m reqaeated by Hbs C. L. Edwards, o( XaHaebaetUr--n. - j-j . -. In daya of yore, the poet's pen "" From wine of bird waa plandered. Perhaps from ooe, bat now and then rrom Jove's own eagle sundered. ,. But now natallie pens disclose .Mone the poet's nombers; In iron inspiration glows Or with the minstrel slnmMrs. Fair damsel! could my pen impart, In prose or lofty rhyme. The pare emotions of my heart, To speed the flight of time. What metal from the womb of earth Could worth intrinsic bear To stamp with corresponding worth. The blessings thou wonlJst share ? Jon Qriirr Adaxs. As through Hie land at ere we went, Aii'l plucked the ripened ears, W...

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 June 1865

MMUMIMi THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA KANSAS, SATURDAY JUNE 24. 1865. M A ii i i r SJk gttflejwutteit OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. V7. ROBEETS. Editor. Saturday, June2i, 1865. ' Developments of Treason. We are glad the wir is over, not on ly for tho sake of- the country, but for the credit of humanity. Had tho re- belion continued in operative power much longer, and the spirit which ac tuated most of those who ruled in its 'movements, it is difficult to sny what new phases of depravity would have been developed, or to determine wheth er the spirit of rebellion was not more like hell than hell like itself. The fiend ish acts of rebels their cruelty to Union men, women and children of the South; the long array of fiendish cts,butcheries,raaiming,starving, freez ing and murdering of prisonees; their burning of cities, sending of clothing to infect cities with dire diseases; their assassinations; the advice to take oaths and disregard them; their poisoning of vaccine matter with veiierial virus a...

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 June 1865

a TmimwrnDMimyiyMAjsi'mmadi; f " 8 JUBLISHED KVKT SATCIDAY MOSXISQ AT Oskaloosa, Jeffersoi County, Kansas. - r - rfttferjL J. W. ROBEKTS, EJilor. THE FOURTH " Pursuant to the .notice in last week's paper, the citizens of this place and vicinity met at Messrs. Carton's store on Saturday afternoon, and organised by calling P.AYiBKto the chair and appointing J. W. Roberts secreUiy. On motion it was resolved to have a Pic Nic celebration of the Fouth, and the following gentleman were appointed a.cotnait4i8tw.rangflments, vie: .u. B. Carson, "W. A.1boy,'Jwhou8, H. O. Pinch, B. Hokinson. The committee have since held a meeting and make the following an nouncements: Fourth of July at OskaloKa, The order of the Day will be as fol lows: - Procession form at the M. E. Church at 10 o'clock, A. M. and proceed to the grove east of town under the direction f II. Gibus, Marshal of the Day. and Ins askistauts. On arriving at the grove, the audience will 'be entertained by Vocal and Instrumental Mus...

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 June 1865

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA; KANSAS, SATURDAY JUNE 24. 1865. : - vj ji pa ms.! Tp LADY MILDRED. a i.r.;i:M of itoms hood. bv craci: oi:nr.Nvooi. When tlie.youug Earl of Hunting don was ward of the Abbot of St. Mary's, he went often lo the Nun nery of Kirkless, under pretense of paying his respects to his aunt Eliz abeth de' Stay ton, the l'riores?, but really to see a lovely little girl whom she had under her care. T.-is was his cousin, the lady Mildred de Clare, who. like him, was an orphan. Lord Kvme, her father, a gallant soldier,! had been killed in battle.and his wife, who loved him moie dearly than life, than."the world and everybody in it, wept herself away. Lady Ky me always loved Robert Fitzooth, her favorite sister's sou; and one day, when, as the children were playing on the walls'of her hus band's castle, little Mildred fell into the, moat, and Robert saved her life at the risk of his own, she made a solemn engagement with his mother, that when" Robert should become a man...

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

' n !MM . . C . .. i." :'.: ,.'. . ' -.-.. -;,r:-" a' T'" ,':." '. - ' -: -JL . i! -y "" "1- u..r .-.: .! -,. tiuJ"ip 4-" ., aTwwfcv -, I I fc ..I' 'II in . . ' ' ' Mi, I "' 'Hi l- '" r - n 1- -- " . -.fax, aff-inl lr..,v,.,Zi l.,t- t. .- . " V.. . .- "-T J..Wc ROBERTS, j McSfo agicilf $cj$&)jcs, && $$, '6ertf:Iit6Sii,; i 'TO" ! 3S . Editor aid Proprietor. : ii.i ipj' i'k0".;a) r.m e!' ! i"ix VOLUME-V, NUMBER 45, ''4a,iCfiKAL0fl8A, KANSAS JULY 1, W:.;1- ::K'. WOtE NUMBER.' 25i .'.'' call .M-.i-lfsr. ,;-.- - - -. . ... - t . .- "--. : r- . .-- .-.. ... . , . HB ...,. ,, JtlJ .V - ,'W ,-fiTlT -. -- - ' 5" " .--..pj ,-r- - r-j-i a ..., ...:- 1 ,- , J. . '' L-J : I xtyml ti We heartily thank our friend for thii "dite anJ beautiful iocm, which will not fail to be admired: jfifjitX' , For The Imlejwndent. ' IXeWF.R9E.THiJ SOUTH I. .UD. r 3iEa-! f w. h. viAiIi.7S'ftyEvC4j .' '.' i "" !.S ' . ' " Flower o( the 5outhland, . - Scra;liicaly bright ! , .. , -Frasile a- a vivon ' ' '...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 1 July 1865

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, aNSAS, SATURDAY JULY 1, 1865. n . g 1 kH - 4 a fe i S W "i ) R' J .1 a j ? UH ffc I ,' fc She gufejwafeiit OSKALOOSA. KANSAS. J. V7. HOBEHTS. Editor. !tturdty, July 1, I8fi5. fiailroad Co'i BorderEuffianism. On Friday of last week and Monday nigld of this week.eome thirteen of the settlers on the Reserve were kidnapped by the soldiers. We beliero that is the term to use, for they were seized with out any show of authority, we are told by tjiose who were known to the facts. The soldiers claim to be acting under ' ordersYrom Gen. Mitchell; but Mitchell . has issued a general order forbidding lh j soldiers arrest any ono,excepl when "called upon by the ciyil authorities; and that if any change is made in this or der, due notice of such -change will be given. No euch notice has been pub lished, and the order is still in full force. Is Gen. Mitchell a man or a thingl We ask for infoi nation. If he is a man he will see that his orders are obeyed, if he is a thi...

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

THE INDEPENDENTr-OSKALOOSA,, KANSAS, SATilRDAy, JULY J, 1865., Wu mtymM. a rUBLISUED EVX1T SATUKDAT HOBKINO AT Oskaloosa, Jeffenai CoiHty, Ktasas. oqi &efHh)e.)t J. W. ROBERTS, Kdftor. THE CELEBRATION- The coming Anniversary of Ameri can Independence will be celebrated in Oskaloosa, as already announced, and the Committee of Arrangements cake the following announcements: PBOG&AXXE. Officers of the Dax : President, P. Wise. :Ni ticTPrideUi. U. Smith, W. C. Ball, Dr. G. Sater, JMHiaton. Chaplain, Elder Terry Trapp. Marshal, H, Gibbs. Asstsslant Mar shals, Eli Evans, W. A. Jenkins. Announcer. Dr. S. S. Cooper. Reader of Declaration, W. IT. Allen. Orator, J.. W. Roberts. Leaders of Music, Henry Coy, Mrs. W.N.Allen. OrokH. Of EXEBCISXS. Procession will form at the M. E. Church at half past 9 o'clock. A, fd. under the direction of the' Marshal and Assistants, nnd proceed to the grove enst of town, when the following exer cises will proceed: jSinging by the choir. Prayer by llie Ch...

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

JJMM THE INDEPENDENT:' OSKkiOtfSAKANSAS, SATURDAY UJULY YlSoU u T. I 3 iMI i t ' in ite m gate. THE LADY MILDRED., . IXGESD OF KOBIN HOOD. BY GRACE GREENWOOD. C The Abbot suddenly pretended friendliness,and proposed to his neph- , cw to go to Nottingham Castle, with a fine -escort and outfit, and join Prince John's guard. Noble hearts are the last to suspect treachery. . Robert believed his uncle, went to court, and as he bore a sealed letter from the Abbot, was graciously re ceived by the Prince. Lady Mildred grieved at his going, and being very modest, fearedhe would forget her when he saw the gay and grand la dies of the court. And her fears seemed welj foanded, for weeks and months passed without bringing her one word from Robert ; then came a short, cold letter, telling her she must give up all thought pi him as her husband,for he was about to mar ry one of Queen Elinor's dames of honor. Poor Mildred at first cried day and night ; then she grew rest- less, and walked about as i...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 8 July 1865

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Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 8 July 1865

-ft... , riwtfnifji.TJt,'iiiwiniiwi 3acrtT' 3 ?. -X--J J jf T-l w. THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA KANSAS, SATURDAY JULY 8. 1865. - sw-; ieardH)f-aft newlit- -be histotyofrh great-aUuggleror, e'witb-thellaeki?i'patty, aftekiltb- fikh Beef, Veal, EtC. ! JTa MOTLGE ilif Rocftrf U7 fursishea evidence oltha trsa ckarae- inn nui of thuar ehiclii. nnmd StfadintrlrnHK? unilrsi(rned has resumed thai V ff . &. . . f"l " i She gii&pw&tii OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. EOBEETS. Editor. s- Saturday,July8,1865. - ; -Ihe "Fourth. ' j There were probably more people in town on the Fourth than ever, before at any f one time. There -we're certainly fifteen hundred or two thousand 'in the "grove to participate in the celebration. "''Everything went off quietly and in the 'beat of order no disturbance or bad behavior of any kind fell under our no tice. i' We did not seeasingle indivi dual intoxicated "during the entire dayj Xlie exercises passed off with univer "sal nreeplance to the assembly f so fa...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 8 July 1865
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