T Peppard's child Monroe house

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T Peppard's child  Monroe house - waj put out'beforc they arrived at the fcene of...
waj put out'beforc they arrived at the fcene of action. The roof of Mr. Monroe's Monroe's house, in the west part of town, had caught fire around the chimney, lint was discovered and extinguished lK'forc much, if any, damage was done. The Oskaloosa I ceum has been adjourned adjourned sire die. A very sad accident occurred on 'Tuesday. Mr. Tom Peppard's child fell into a tub of -hot -hot water aud was scalded s-o s-o s-o badly that it died on Wednesday 'afternoon, two years of age. Th It was about parents have l-k l-k l-k I sw. f v .. i-i i-i i-i x i. ; ' ..v...!, ...j.aiu .i nit: eommimiiv j iin this sad and painful b?reaveni.'nt. j The post office is to be removed next ' trt- trt- ka L.,:i.i:., .i. i S V V. CV ,KM IUV, I'MllUilll' III! 1,1 1 i" t lllllf'I m - - - - i 'next to this office. I Mr. Earnest says' flic first he knew The intelligence we .have in refer-of refer-of refer-of his intention to take a southern tripjenee to the Leavenworth,1 Oskaloosa was when he saw the notice to that of- of- j and Toneka road is of i. encouraging feet, in the Independent. Well, j ebaractcr. Our neighbors of the ' Me- Me- that's the way to get the news; take ! tropolis must not ret a, day until this have confidence. Mr. S. is above suspicion. suspicion. No one questions his honest'-and honest'-and honest'-and faithfulness, and no one fears the loss through l,i:n of anything coma-tit-ted coma-tit-ted coma-tit-ted coma-tit-ted coma-tit-ted to his trust. It is pleasant to have this comfortable assurance of rectitude where monied and other transactions are of constant occurrence. We wish Mr. Smith the fullest success in lib new location. We learn that a child of the Hotel keeper at Osawkee was scald to death on Tuesdav. "Change Cars" for the South East k ii l -. -. i eoiuei ui tot- tot- jmuuc Mjuar--. Mjuar--. Mjuar--. Mjuar--. iop see Smith next week, all re-arranged re-arranged re-arranged !ltl(' ""tied up ready to welcome you. O National and " liwnlwrk" I elrot" ---- ---- ---- ---- - - - " ' ' - mueii in exenango- exenango- inr in cxciiaiuro lor aa-li,.,., aa-li,.,.,

Clipped from The Oskaloosa Independent04 May 1872, SatPage 3

The Oskaloosa Independent (Oskaloosa, Kansas)04 May 1872, SatPage 3
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