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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 15 July 1865

" ,'k - i , . '""T ' - f mf f3gj y& jfl r!-L..,,.' ", ,:."r ;'?.:" - -y 1 ' r , t- "- OZ &tHI0 Jtateffl sifil MBC "";& . i?" ?.42ffAZ .Afttf!A3?r: - :-' 1 jrav. ..fca itcc jc .i .difew ri -;? A fii-SXtr: -7VT 3. !' $' ' !LilS iW --CA 3i' a' 5 n-,7- .-i ."fal tl. if-ir!.9r (J. MOBERTS,. Sebofea.to figiciliilv Icctoicg, arts, fifetos, n)3 6(, Pli;; :,;;f;f,;;i::i!,'"'fk: " "HteiMtacte T lo jb!ViA wW VOLUME: V,' NUMBER 47. j j ait ii '-' .8K.-tr 'fC i'."VlA' .. OSKALOOSA, KANSJS JULi;,15, 1863:, ;.:.'." .-3S. .0 ' n- et j w: ! 'fi pT HOtE NUllBEfe i. '-, nh. ! . - ItT-Ut .6 .' .-"7 - :.:', - W 6 ji .i!i-i - - -' - iif-ntiTitfMtrtr i .2 S iv' -x - -- "b7w a"?"? .- -f1 .OS vJ .i. ..;-.- ' -f , y ..m.'.. -m," yni x. .y a t -w a "'. ' ..w - ,-.-.-.'' s V ;:? w 1, I JtfwM Stdro. The following lines were written caiae years aso jy a eonvtcl'tii the OhloPeniter.tlary. JIok raauy JithjiFtnahasthe.TeiapterruineJ "wlUi his baim- rulcap!" TO MV 1II9THER. tvo wandered tar Irom thee, mo...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 15 July 1865

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA,lKANSAS, SATUKDAY JULY 15. 1865. I I ike utlfpintlf)jl. OSKAIOOSA, KANSAS. J..W. BOBERTS. Editor. Saturday, July 15, 1805. Easily Satitied. After conversing with Mr. Perry, the President, and Mr. Bartholow, tlie Su perinteadent of the road, and bearing the other sfde of the question, we could aot help feeling that the course of the - Jndependent, in making such furious denanciations of the R. R. Co. and its otacers, as it has indalged in for a few weeks past,ia not only un wan anted, buj really reprehensible. The editor may ean well, but we fear he denounces without any positive certainty of what be asserts. Jefersonian. Well, aeighbor, what was it these sjmb told yoa ? If they gave you any . vftkuble iaformation oa thi6 subject.y ou are very 'reprehensible for not making it pablic. We have been trying to get ohm satisfactory knowledge for more ibaa two months, and have failed. We have offered oar columns free for this j)ttrp3M. If Messrs. Perry and Bar th...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 15 July 1865

THE INDEPENDENT:. OSKALOOSA,. KANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY la; (865. T :i Mk aflqtfntai S ITBLISHED EVEKS SATCBDAY 2IOBMSG AT Oskiloosa, Jcffenei Conty, Kansas. J. W. ROBERTS, Editor. Official Corruption. Tie County Attorney presents the following bill for legal services. To attending before Grand Jnry 4 days 840,00 State ts Kincaid et. al 30,00 State va Amos and others 30,00 State vs Crone and others 30.00 State vs Link and others 30,00 State vs Beeler and others 30,00 State vs Kincaid ( 5 cases $30 e'h ) 1 50,00 Total 8340,00 Thi8'ccojrnti8t allowed by Judge Gilchrist, who orders ouc County Clerk to draw an order for the amount and our County Treasurer to pay the same. We propose, briefly; to examine this account. The first item is new. Let is "o. If it can be defended well. No charges have bees specially made for such ser viccs.we are told. Then come the cases 'of the State vs Kincaid et al six cases In all.nt 830 eacli SI 80,00. What for? Quashing indictments and swindling the County....

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 15 July 1865

I' W M 1 THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUEDAY JULY 15. 1865; 1 4f i 0 Prf XI f'iutifs'tpiivtiMtnt TWO AMUSING GAMEs In the first called 'Find tlis King,' a ring is slipped on to a small cord long enough to extend around the circle of players. Each player takes hold of this cord, the ends of which are tied together so that the rinii can .not drop. The players stand near enough" together to pas the ring from the hands of one to another. One of the party stands in the mid dle of the circle, and all together commence moving their hands back and ibrth.as though passing the ling. - The one in the middle endeavors,by watching closely, to detect whose hand contains the ling. This is not always easy, as the players all try' to 'conceal it, by passing it slyly irom one to another, and also to at--. tract the attention of the 'finder,' by !vpretending to pass it when it is not yin,, their hands. The person in whose hand the ring is found, is obliged,-to take his place in the mid : idle...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 22 July 1865

'4 J. J -A-- I ,3 '"TKr7""' Mhh &j Ki-: K'"'- XSiX. XU0Ki. 5 fei & Tco-- anio.i - w '&$ 1-i- Sl J. W. ROBERTS, 1 '." CT1 . Scbofefi, io .agiei(iie, Mceitic5, atfseffip, qi9 fiej-'Jifefqftii-e. ..-v H TT..'u. in- -.- , jcujior nmi rreuneior.', - VV .tt.-r VOLUME V, NUMBER J& OSKALOOSA, KANSAS JULY 221865' ?:'W i n -'.hit r "WHOLE iNUMBER: 2k ' ! -? n & 'ft. t i ifflW 'J 'c - rr - r ... c,-, f . . i 1 -43 Yj r , - ' i ifl' c ' L. 3 I M' H ' Tfc r. Q "Wi sfM W c.v! M i fei -- l ' vh t: m - -Ps Mb 7wi7 m y il jf . . L . -W -ffl gl " H ET r ri a t.( i-i - . It ' J it-. ' ' ., I JIT ...-.:- ".., .'. - I 1 v a MtM f gd THE TIIACnEK'S DUDAM. T W. B. VEKlBLt. "The-wwrj teacher ut alone, While'twiligufSerea on ; Ko slightest sound heailaronnJ, , Tho boys anil gtrls were gone. "Another round, another round, Of labor thrown away : Another chain of care and pain Dragged through a tedious day." "Of no avail U itaticnt toil ; Lotc's strength it vainly iicut, Alas I" he said, an...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 22 July 1865

- Jarfnaiwi.ii..i :-.-;-....- .... ' : w 3 ,T ' " ' " ' L1 r . ; fr THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUKDAY JULY 22 18G5. y f ' if i i ft U! She Mf$$mteL OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. -Saturday, July 22, 1S05. General Aspect of Affairs. A general survey of the condition of things throughout the world; or at least in Europe and America, does not im press one with the idea of the stability of affairs, or the permanency of the present order of rule and power. England is in a turmoil. The Parlia ment about to expire has failed to'meet the public. expectation on the questions of "reform now agitated in that country. It has passed a vote of censure oa the goyernmont; so that there is censure all around no confidence, no unity, no cordiality any where.and but for servility of the lower classes', who are taught from their infancy to regard livened dust wuh something akin to reve'rance, there would be revolution and anarchy there, or ari overthrow of royal and aristocratic r...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 22 July 1865

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSAvNSAS, SATURDAY, .JULY 2lfS65Ji" I . lw nil?jmu1nrt. rUBUiliED fcVLtlT S-VTUEUA1 MOENINO AT fl.skaloosa, Jefferson Ccnnly, Kansas. J. "VV. ROBERTS, Editor. District Court. . Jtutec Gilchrist lias appointed aspetial term of the District Court, to com mence on two weeks from next llon dajyto try the prisoner now 'in tlio Countv jiil on n ciianje of horsa-sleal-ing.' Wc are glad of this, ab it will save the County a heavy bill of ex pense for keeping the prisoner, should the trial Le delayed until the reulai IE-term.of the court, for which the Judye has the thauks of onrcitizens. ' !'."lliat Fee-Bill Explained. On seeing the article in last week's paper, Judge Gilchrist came over and in open court explained his connection with the same. He signed the Older supposing it to bo a schedule of prices for the guidance of the Clerk of the district Court in making up the costs in tho "Several cases, and not an order 'on the County Clerk etc. As ii-tial in snch cases, ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 22 July 1865

-4 '.. S -.- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATEDATI 'SULW 22: 18651 n ateii i. li ? joirtlf js -gjptfrovl. THREE GAMS, THE DUTCH CONCERT. 'In this game, all the parties sit down. Each person makes a selec tion of an instrument, and tries to imitate it the best way he can, with the motions of the player. The lea der commences with his instrument, and all the others follow, tuning some air, such as " Yankee Doodle," "Pop Goes the Weasel," any familiar- tm; '-The leader may takeany instrument1 from either the players, wiio must watclr the leader, and 'take, the instrument he was playing. If ne Tails fo do so, he must pay' a forfeit. - THE TRADES. . -rEtch one of the company choos es ?!3trade-and performs the gestures suited to it. One of the players acts as'kingor queen, and commences the game by working at his own ,tra"de. In the meanwhile, all the others must make the movements appropriate to theirs. If the king suddenly changes his trade, and takes up that ofone of the company...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 29 July 1865

i ' " ' . y TXP"-'- -sW -aw - "" , "TTT" ""'''' "ssagss' ' '" I. ' '' " " " "i i wii if mi'i n ftwMii b; I 11 TA'Jh I - If -..J,,..,. J---- -.-.. - 1 ne s lnaependeiit.iH r-:.. .-, V J!!!:, il Iji . : ' J. W. ROBERTS, Scbotefi io ;agicql?)jccijjwic?f fitfs, ftetos, 3 GeQetI Iitefii-e..;:;:; Editor iiii Prtinetih -. ' i -Ti t .tit ri,rii abJi; . .T VOLUME V, NUMBER J9. 3 it OSKALOOSA, KANSAS JlfLY 29, 1865. j ui:.i I'tuo v ,y,iLi;J j tj-'. . WHOLE NUMBER. 157. .:i! Mated i Tm:viifa.awtsxEB. "c Io memory of John C. Vail, who died. at Ander- toBTlIetao.,Anf.,iES4,ofrarbaroastreatmVnC "-t 6BTAH TAIL. ! cm driax. comrade, djlnz. Par away from friend and hotae j talhU rebel den I'm Ijlnr- V RaSerinc, ttarriug, ill alooa. - If! had a drink or water. If I bad a piece of bread, Bat to quench my thin! and hunger, Era I'm numbered with tie dead. O ! this loilheterae, dreary prison, 01 this cruel rebel, den, Where oar mother eont are lying, Treated more like doftthsn men. tin cool shelter sprea...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 29 July 1865

r n - . .Kar-.-- TiiiMflrjE? i .f? SAS, SAtIeDAY JULY 29. 1865. !Ti2 H .1. i - w . -. - a Tin yV Tr a t "V yv i'-i 4 THE IJNDEriMJJiJNT: U&kaluua, ia 4 Jmr 5j Al $? & ? w Bi KB! Bifi 10 it 131 Mm nfa$tnfoni OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. EdUor. t,,'i ' ' - ,.'t i lliirdiy, 'July' -29, 18(55. i" iKe'iripipefs. Duriner the war. the circulntinn nf -ne wpnpers increased enormously. This $r?is especially the case with daily pa- pers: People every where were anxious for the news.and the-papers found their ?wa? into the country, into hamlets and ." villages .where they had neter gone be- fore. The circulation of leading dailies 43iricreased from three to ten fold in a ,. short time, for everybody wished to tJ hear ihe news as quickly hb possible. r .. Now that -the war is over, and the , exciteaent of reports fronVthe army no " 'longerkceps the public mind in a state ot feverish auxiety. there, will be a great (j reaction .in, this respect. The circula tion of daily papers will ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 29 July 1865

-. U-.SV .-. ..-.-.. J.-i. 5" TIffiJvMNDE-& S " VL -Tv" "3 - J t.HxsjV'nn-f rj IC-VC fgm" .' jiiii r . rjii.BJ-iitiiiiirtfiaii . g VUDLISBED EVZiY SATEKD4T HOIt.VI.VQ AT OitalooiOr Jefferson County, Kansas. J. WKOBEKTS, Editor. . 1 ITV't ; ' Destructive Tire ., On Tuesday aiorning last, about break of day, an alarm of fire.arpused . .our citizens, when it was discovered .that the Dutlou House was on tire. Th fire had criminated in .the south end. of the building, and was under full head way wiiedftobvfeed; aiad a life honse was tnostly cottstructcd' of 'pitt'e. lum ber, it was impossible to extinguished the ilamcsrand save the structure. Thealaro'was not given "moment - too aoon to save the lives of. some of s those in 'the house at the time. .Dr. Eawkins.wiio.had been severely ill, had u narrow escape. His clothes caught fire, and lie was considerably scorched aifd'bnraed, and aClast escaped from a . second story window by throwing him self lo the "round. "He lost everything hi...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 29 July 1865

; v s 5fcBtiaixtflafc THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY JULY 29. 1865 rift Ruth's tpxtmni BOOK MI) KEY ORACLE- Plnce a key in a book, then tie the hook with a strong stiing, so that the key will not slip out The key is held by two persons on the index fingers of the left hands, care being taken to allow space enough for the key to turn. In the choice of a book one must be guided by weight. The Bible we never experimented willi from principle, especially as any book will do a large dictionary. A thick octavo will do well lor a moderate site door key. Held a described for a short time, the key will turn half round, that is, it will become si right angles to its former position. Our readers must not sup pose we think it tp be magic, or anything else but a new and prob ably magnetic fluid emitted from the persons, and influenced by their will; if it be not the involuntary muscu lar action of the holders, as sugges ted by more than one savant. It is influenced by the will, as ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 5 August 1865

- ? . - , - 7. i. j is---s.ws--wwswws.w.ws- . - . - - tfrr - - -TTinnnnnnncp . g"BB iy,,. I I Iryi' Jiiv- I I llIr-f I lr-71 II I fry 1 1 li Z r -"-'-. - r- - - - r - - - - 4 i. A- ga&r:. ,, . - ... . - -' - -- L ! 'H'-i S J. W. ROBERTS, Editor aid Pnpriettrr r 3v it . 2W T y OSKALOOSAt KANSii AUGUSTS, 1865. VOLUME V, NUMBER 50. ,..V).1 WHOLE NUMBER? -25& ' .V 3 - gfsf' jf- dwfriJ DISARMED. jiThe following line, containing genuine poetry. are report as havlnf been found in one or the de serted campaof the Army of the Potomac : Wheel tno down by tho meadow. Where no step but thine shall pass; Anchor me lrhera the shadow SLimso'er tho billow; grass: ' Where tho arbutus straggles o'er - , Tito slope of the spreading hill, And souls of hidden violets yt ' . In scented air distil. Saint, with yonr sweet composure. Lean your cool cheek 'gainst ray hair ; '' My soul's in the flcrce exposure M'V On the fields where the dying are, And even your hands can ieTeT- Quiet this fever ami p...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 5 August 1865

- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY AUGUST 5. 1865. 4-r JX ' ' 9 to g Hiatal OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. HOBERTS. Editor. Saturday, August 5, 18G5. Disposition of the South. There appears to bo quite a diversity of opinion with regard to the sentiment entertained by tho people of tbe South in refeience to tbe present condition of affairs. One class of .persons think the rebellious spiiit is all whipped out of tbe chivalry, and that they will become peaceful nnd obedient citizens. An other diss regard tlrcm as simply whip-. ped rebels, rankling' yet with tbo spirit of treason and a desire for revenge. We think botb these opinions are correct. A portion of the people of the South are really sick of treason, and desjre a restoration of the national authority, and .are willing to accept all the new condilions,and the ne order of society, while another portion are as bitter in spirirnow as tbey were in the bight of the secession fever, or when fighting the old nag with all the en...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 5 August 1865

THE. INDEPENDENT: QSKALOOSA, KANSAS," SAOTAY'GTJ.SaSff&T Wat " . : e l'L bushed eyect satuedat xosmm: at j Oskaloosalcffcrsbn Conntr, Kansas. r wJocIcpqJfc:- J. IV. KOBEKT", Editor District Court., The called session of the "District Court for this Judicial District com mences next Monday. The main object is to try the prisoner now in j-ul. Sabbat. School Picnic. ! Or m, r. , , .. o 1 1 f .1 1 . me OJUuaiu ocuuui 01 mis pmcc are' t- mt j j r lO Have a i ltuii; -ou tt euiie&uav ui ijca.ii t 'P r. n Poiro ; .rnn,i ' to address the School on the occasion. All are invited to be present: -- -. Neighboring Sunday Schools especi ally invited to participate. School ileeting. At the annual school meeting on last Saturday," Messrs T. Critchfield, H. F. "Woollev and P. Vis3 were elected as Directors for the ensuing year; Mr. flope the report is not true. By a dis Woolley Clerk. It is a good board. ' patch to the Fort, it is ascertained that EntertaimeaL. There is an impression abroad t...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 5 August 1865

THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATUfiDAY AUGUST 5. 1865. I )MK v$wfiwmi FIRE-SIMGAMES A Phonetic Play. At a recent -evening' gatheiing we saw an amu sing illustration of the effect of a t F www comwnaiion 01 sounds. The com pany of some twenty or more was -divided into three sections. To the first section was given the syllable Isii; to the second Asu; and to the third Osu. M a signal, (the strik ing together of the hands of the lea der, after counting three,) each di vision pronounced its syllable in a loud voice, so that the three sylla bles were uttered at the same ins tant. The result was a sound like a tremendous sneeze made by one person. The Gossips' Surprise. This game is best played by a large com pany, but it will afford amusement to eight or ten. The leader whisp ers a short story, in the ear of his next neighbor, containidg as many different particulars as possible. The'one who heard the story now repeats it (in a whisper as be fore,) to his neighbor, aiming to tell...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 12 August 1865

'' V vi si thtjo'ja y;hota; w&ijl j:ooakA,o tjmy.w&ivj asx .?' 8'MAMTUI rS. an was no -y ?3f i"? "f f" ;- ar limnif gam frsfe Wff'f'flM- - 31H.M33 "i. V 3,1 r .2A2UA3! .A2O0JA512O ,H3DmHW D'r1IT2UiaA-U32 hac .iar. qtr - J3. ,IJ8'1 tibial CJ iq. , uj Vf. 4 r-3)1 .b-i'wfo&u aaoiu jiIj L.i : -. Aimi V "mo V I'"' w-T'"i intuit stua 'rxaars .-w s ihgJ ndi-GL-E? ""f'H ?r ..fit Ui.jnt. iwu,. t.?MI ?'J 3ZZC -u. lus'q jf W. ROBERTS, ! j.Stincd ii S'i atnj- u ti; Dn . n j . A'liuRj'a: to vnnisKi i ""M CfDlCSlB lilt-,. I r. tS IlIMri 1 -mo oi tsimtai -C'H'l .-"I 'tuU'. ' JjlUi- -m;w:'I lK l!a'W: - . 9filT lo tdlo'mL ysH OK. q daif (i 1m iwil -"V tts -EdifdraiK Prprietr. .Uf iT atwi- . IS. & tr i3i ' y-W) JoVi Islnojfe mh&cU; it&l- i:neeijl ; , ' I' 1 .. t - ' UN L I U - ' .. !,.. ,,.,, ., 'J) i-Zi. , VOLUME, R .NUMBER 51. Mr fjnmua 5" -si (i & iffi' , :vi-- : X' -70H .. .la fni!: :oskal 2H7'" 1 nn '"i for.! ,eKANSASAUGUSr12; 4865i - --- mo t- i tseh ftu V-tiJ nsrtu ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 12 August 1865

-rr i W-i . -TT a " .-iija"e THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY AUGUST 12. 1865. Sfee jt&rrnfattt OSKALOOSA, KAISAS. 1. W. ROBEKTS, Editof. Saturday, August 12, 1865. TllTTli IfBJt It will be 8MB that the Board of Com missioners have ordered a 8peeial Elec tion, submitting to the voters of the county the anestton of snbscribing f 160,000 toads to the Atchison.Topeka & 8aata Fe Railroad Company. We regret that the managers of the Toad poshed this nutter at the present lime, aad before the liae of the road waa deiaitelj located. As the matter 'now- studs oar citigens do not know what they afevoliag for. vote is to be takes ia JaoksoB coan ty ea the sane day .'we1 believe, for the saate purpose. Now, if the road ben efits oar coaaty to any considerable ex- -lent, it cannot be of mack account to Jackson, aad vie versa. Were the road located, and in 6uch a manner as to be of real and permanent advantage to the County, there would be a heavy vote for the bonds. As it is,...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 12 August 1865

Vt. L r THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST '1865; lit gwtyfltfett. rCBLUHBB KVaT BATSAt UttHO AT iktliMt, Ittftmi Ctiity, luui. Jocl Hhieijh J. W. R0B8ST8, Kdttor. AOBICVLTUBAL lOViJBl'I. Actum tftke Bomrd ef Directors. At aa adjoaraed aeeetiag of the Board of Directors of the Jaflfereoa Coaaty AgricaUeral Society, held at Oskaloose on the 30th day ef Jaly, 18 65, there were preeeat the following of Seen: W. A. Coy. Pweidett; Darii al. 8aith, Treeearer; H. F.wooley, Sec reury. Lerifirhetai, of Jefferson; N. Chapsaa of Oahaiooea; J. A. Pet ers, Oaawkee; Geo. Dix, Bock Creek; A. H, Lafea, Kaw; Geo. W: Gray, Kentucky. Maetiag called to order hy the Preei deaU Beport of the Treasurer receiv ed aad accepted as follows: feeds oa haad 90 eeata. lawebtedaess of the Society to J. W.Roberts fSW Oa aotiea it was resolved, that an order for the aseoant dae J. W. Roberts he drawa oa the Treasarer. to be paid oat of the first ssoaies reeehred. Mmdtsi. That N. Chapasan be aad ber...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 12 August 1865

- ; 9OTira$ 'mWu. Jpeptfwnt. c"MBbWBUF-v In this game a large piece of white linenjis suspended -smoothly.at one end ofa room: at a little distance from it, Bufly, with his face towaid the linen, is seated on a low st6ol. Directly in a line and about a yaid behind him, a table is placed withja candle on it; all the other lights must be extinguished. The players then walk one by one, between the table and Buffy,(who must not turn his head,) limping, hopping and gri macing as they please, so as to dis tort their shadows on the linen. If Buffy can tell correctly to whom any shadow belongs (guessing once only 'for each person) the plover whom he so discovers, takes his place. Speak Gently. A loud boister ous tone shows a want of good bree ding. The first principle of polite ness is to make those about you feel pleasant; and a rude, coarse manner of speaking is annoying to most per sons. A good anecdote is related of a man, who went bv the name of Wbipering John,' which' was giv en to hi...

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