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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 18 November 1865

f." : ssata : aoi :J.rW. ROBERTS, : !:-:; w; ;cboic3vfo fflgici(e,lee9ie3,;aH3, ftetas, 3 fiei litehtftti'e:' 4 yi ' a JdiltrudlMfrilttr. -r J; VOLUME VI, NUMBER la tjfikAi -si- 11 ;. 0SKAL00SA, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 18,: 1865. - . k. wr WHOLE NUMBER. 71 : 7.' Sj- t wstr J r c . III I -- i ---, T :-i FM; 'CJ . ; . aaj ,:,.. . . . . -r:- .- ,, -.lizr sr -.? ?-sr w : ;- ' - .. . j JTC' a n J jiM ifatto. 'Vi f1 SNOW. "o?i f Softly.the fleecy ffiowtiakes fall, . beaming spirits of. lore and Ii?ht;tM eaving ior our desolate Mother Karth A bamiful ToSe or white; They are fillins: the air with tlicir starry form? In their downward fall from ihe sky , ' While all along the branches bare, Little ridges of mowflakes lie.' ' 'They wttiten the sides ofthe brown trce-trunku, And the eTerureens U-nd loir. t. I Thedesefted bird'a-nest of thefuaimcr ogone, C 4 J J JiP '' he fleecy snow; I hey are capj ing ihe lenco-posis all along, Ana ceautiiui curves they lorm fff fiAr?,"d the 'feet ofthe desoUto tree...

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 November 1865

t-w - MM V- JJf, -JC" && THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 1865. fit f -ib. la -:. 3 tot'I ft It I Hi nfojKnifent. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. Saturday, November J 8, 18G5. i Free labor at the South. - It is tery evident that the southern planters Imve no jost appieciation of !?Pi,,"li?rLl8.irtl,e.rigtitof ffee ibor ers. Having always been accustomed to. compelled labor, their ideas of free dom and labor are hardly more enlight ened; than a" Hottentot's idea of Chris vtianity "and civilization, Under such circumstances, blunders must be expect- to j d,)?.) But, while -the country and -the, -aifeeeihttenliisust' be taught to look will iz-l:.iinrl'f ..t . . f - . '. cUirtilySfKl forbearance on the mistakes of the old masters of slaves in their at. -J-S'WP8 fitol.' darkness into lights f I.V.t . -1 - 7 i -n.jMm master BiB8tla taught to respect -"the' rights of iher?' former slaves, and 8 nl-K' Tlirmi ttAil In lnfrimra unnn ilinc -.?;:' v,j...

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 November 1865

.THE INDEPENDENT: OSKaLOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY NOVEMBER: 18, (865: 5 a .hk j . y 69; .J to upp'tfeai IS V13BLOHKD KVE&T SATCEIJAY KOESWB AT skalbosa.Vcffersoi Ccnnty, Kansas. fbesil ikppwi J. IV. KOBBKTS, JidUor. 4 itU I iff 'L-JllL :v District Court Resume!! its session in this County 'on Tuesdav, and Judge Gilchrist has ' been ilUpalcl'itijj business as .rapidly as " nossibk "'b weie ii'ieased to see a re- -'form jtgilatu m reference to actions on forfeited recognizances. V7e tiust the effort io save expense by the new order -A'-of proceedings proposed will succeed, Ifiind'lhe expensive and circuitous pro- ' " ceeding which have heretofore lutnber- ut-pdup'nctions it. such cases be sUolished. 7If tlii$caiinubc reached in any other "'-ft'way,'we',hope the necessary legislaiiau jwill Jake placejto put the ptactice of the Courts ea ihc-nirht basis. The ',p 1 of " 'Judge and'har 'all, Jean to the side ' the"Teform,''and ari effort will be made J' tot:arry ,oul,.the belter practice ...

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 November 1865

! THE INDEPENDENT: DSKALOOSA,. KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBERS 1865. t r in ;av ; u IT'S fe'i i" M m HI .! wr , 111 eb si I"-.! mi 3 i i itl - ci ., wilt's f qmrfmnvl r.fiAME. SAIWI.C MY XAC. A.i- v?wo players toss up for choice of pinners; six or eight on each side isflhe best number; after choosing, tho two leaders toss no fnr inninm. - "- a-- WPV v ham'9 he who loses then ranires himself nd his associates in the following manner; One player places himself almost upright, with his hands rest ing against a wall or tree, a seconfl . puts his head against the skirts of lle firs, lne tnird against the skirts ,r of the second, and so on until thev are all ranged. They must either hold by the trousers of the player . who is before.them, cross their arms on their breasts, or lean them on their knee. One of the winning party now -bemns bv takinrr a run. - placing his hands upon the back of ine outer player on the other side, and leaping as far forward on the range as he possibly can, in order...

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 November 1865

-i - . - - - Ma I hfV I Tl (n PHPT1 H ATI t ''ftfc ,-'." --'-'.. I ' -.: -. J. W. BOBERTS, ebofe3 to agicuiiuire, clw.cs, arts, fletos, wl fieoerii. Jitchifiihe. Eaittf wU ftiftwiir. -- VOLUME VI, NUMBER 14. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 25, 1865. WHOLE NUMBH. 174 SUtXtM 0frg. A FRAGTIKT. JThefalWwlBg taacUag and -beautiful lines are from an nnpublishcd poem, written by that brilliant and restless genius. Surgeon Jons M. KsLira, of Clermont coanty, Ohio, a personal friend of-Prest dent Lincoln, who tost bit life in the aerrice of bis eoaatrr: A lew short months atone, and I was blest As God's fsvored children only are. TinrtMt te gold or teeming Sells, I ween, Kor snuptons mansions in the city1 heart. Contentment with her siren Tote nlspar'd, Mom and evening, saeha qnlet to My sou, that the roantaias or my bliss pips Gnsord o'er with tweet intents, and from mi Bippled eonUnaonssaarmaiinfsof joy. From this fair Eden I looked oat upon The world aroand me ith a curioas thought To know wh...

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 November 1865

;vr. fe tmmna v TOE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 25, 18j&. 2L fi l 11 i.? f M till h i: f i ! 1 L Sh fMnflMi OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. TT. HOBEBTS. Editor. Sttardiyf November 25,1865. ' Thfe frtxtitat'i Policy. - As developments reveal th,e (roe pol icy of President Johnson, we are inclin ed to rely' with more confidence upon the ability of his administration of the affairs of the nation. We confess that we have sometimes had our faith in his policy very much shaken, both from his own words and the reports of others who claimed authentic information. But the 'inexorable logic of events,' . which is stronger than ail doubts or fears, begins to point in the right direc tion. The President has been trying an experiment; it has not proved satisfac tory in most respects, and he holds up for further developments. His action, like that of the merciful and careful Lincoln, offering etery chance to the South to right themselves, now throws all the blame upon them. As the...

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 November 1865

?l r. THE INDEPENDENT: OSEALOO EMSAS. SATURDAY lS&flffiMWm& ! '!W -1 It 13 VCBUSnCD EVKM SATCEDAT HOMTISG AT Oskaloosa, Jeffersoi County, Kansas. pcsil" Sejurtwt J. W. ROBERTS, Editor. w ThanlasiTinf Proclamation. War, tli'e recent and dreadful scourge of our nation, has now ceased. Amer ican slavery, the source of our troubles, has perished. War no longer threatens the lives of ourcitzens or the desolation of our homes. Government has again established ita authority, and traitors compelled lo'bow in submission therto. jOulaafc'MW.blessed with peace.and prosperity, and is nowTri trutli theland af the free. The peolpe of this State have enjoy ed universal prosperity. Feeling that we should praise God for these bless ings atMaJMrors,ISAinrei. J. Crawford Governor of "Kansas, do hereby appoint Thursday, December, 7th. A.D. 1865. as a day of Thanksgiving and Praver, and do recommend to the people of this State, that ihey meet in their respective ;phces of worship to engage in su...

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 November 1865

mmsamB THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 25, 18651 1 I m m W L? il wn is iSi-za .11 fV wilh's f rpavtment. GAME. DICK, DUCK, AND9RAKE. From this gnme comes the prov erb which is irequently applied to a spendthrift. "He is making ducks and drakes ot his money." It is played by skimming, or what boys call shying, bits of slate or flat stones along the surface of a river or pond. If the thing thrown touches the wa ter and rebounds once, it is a dick; if twice, a duck; if thrice, a. drake. He who makes his slate or pebble rebound the Greatest number of times, wins the game. ni Judge not from Appearances. The following capital story shows the danger of judging from appear ances. "When I was eleven years old, my mother removed to the country: Our nearest neighbor was a minister, by the name oi Wayland, who in addition to his ministerial duties, owned and cultivated a large farm. One night my attention was attrac ted to a bright light in one of the upper rooms of our ne...

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

i. -Jwqcpsgi.i..ww.ww,i.,JJ.,F, IiraeD 'tl 2tKAX ,A26Us&.Jte0 4 - ' J - L 0 S' S vftlj ? iitt: i ii-a v I f. g-v. m8 steCs t f -i $f tri. i i r.v - s-i- T f Wi" " ' - -i wwW"wsssasssjwsssssssw -. fmkw saaaaaml mamal aVw - - "' . -.v . ' . i U JL-fc t " 331M H v m zrir-, ana JV H VT f H rmG . 7 L bbbV ' aw aaa-w. L. . aam " aam Bass' ' .- . ( -. . .:A J.ttr. ROBERTS, , VOLUME VI, NUMBER, 15. rT!T9',rTi sSf J! ML S aMfe -. K M V k y a a , i .- Wfr A-.. V o if.- & . - SeMeMo fgic'qlinre, ec'Wctf SMs, tfetos,i3 fieijefid ,J.iterre. .- ..,.,-.. fT f 1-, , tpjs - &i W. gai ,!Te5 3-W TM.? - -. . f .) " fi-,4' ufifitfTifnil rRricr. i- 4 -K M!fo. "IWKtei mCTHINS LKFT tTTmCKVK. 'T tOSOrl.LOW, IK ATLlTnO noimiLT.-' vlabor wilU shat xeat we will', ( -Something atill remains undnne Something, uncompleted U1I,? V.'nita the Tiling of the inn. By the bedside, on the stair, At the thfeshlod, near the Kates, With il menace or its pra)er, Xike a mtadieant It waits: MTaits, and will not go ...

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

r" 1 .-S-f THE INDEPENDENTrOSKALOdSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBER 2, 1865. r ft t J r. i. l k' S' j-l f y is HP ibti m rt u fij i 'a ftltc iuleptitdttti OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. W. R5BERTS. Editor. Saturday, December 2, 1865. Oar Foreiga Itlatieas. The British government ia in trouble over its relations with the United Suites, growing out of the aid afforded the reb els ander the guise of neutrality. They 'sotted to the wind' and they may ex pect to 'reap the whirlwind.' The re turn of the pirate Shenandoah to an English port, adds to the confusion of the ministers, and does not make the prospect of a speedy settlement of the question any more favorable. The press of the Islands tries to throw as Bach blame on the pirate commmJer as possible, but no sopistries nf editors or members of the British cabinet can do away with the fact that the piratical vessel was built in Britsih waters, man ned by British seameo, armed with Bri tish guns, and ber departure from an Pnirlicli nnrt nnt liindpr...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 2 December 1865

satvj -j- THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2. 1865. iJ(S- 111? ufrpniitni IS rCBLISHEB mn SATTaDAT moexiso at flrkilmi, Jelfenei Cmty, E". 3Loci rfiw. j. W. KOBBKT8, K4ltor. Keligiou Kotice. Meetings for religious worship will be held in Woollen's Hall, by Elders C. W. Short arid Patterson, commencing on this (Ssturday) evening, and conlin aiag over the Lord's day followiag. Thukafiviaf tertiew. There will be services at the M. E Church in litis place oa aext Thursday, at half past tea-o'clock, A. If . Let'all places of basiBeM be closed, amd all thtr people observe the" day, as requested by the Executives of the Nation and the State. CertaialyCRTa-people, c have reason to be thankful in an eminent degree. . PrefeateCeart. A special term of the Probate Court of Jefferson County will begin and be held in Oskaloose, on Monday. Decem ber 11. 1865, at 10 o'clock. A. M. KepreaeatatiYe 21st District There is a misunderstanding -of the vote for Representative in the 2...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 2 December 1865

t- - T" THE INDEPENDENT: OSKaLOOSA, .KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBERi 2I86KI nr Jl w i I lit ' j,t i m i t 51 i? mi fjtottlfe ftoatfraM GAME. DUCK. TJucLshould be played by a num ber exceeding three, tat not more than six or eight. A large stone with a smooth top is placed on or fixed into the ground, and an ofling marked at eight or ten- yards dis tance. Each of the players being previoui.lv provided with a large pebble, or stone, double the size of a cricket hall, or therabout, one of them by chance or choice, become duck; that is, he places the pebble or stone with which he is coinjj to play, on the large stone, and stands a -little on one side. The others then cast their pebbles or ducks at "it, Irrtuni, from the offing, each en deavoring to knock ilolVits place. Each player, as soon as he has cast his duck, watches fr an opportuni ty of cariying U back to the offing, so as to cast again,. If the player who is duck, can touch him after he has taken up his pebble, and be fore he reache...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 9 December 1865

' --- " n i i The I IniJBDendeiiir1 aa aa m am i , i ,':'C '.''. J. W. ROBERTS, 2)ebofe3 fo 8gici(iie, ecljicsS fiHs, ftetos, '3 Seijefo. Utefe. t. 1 rr t in ' Hit hmI ! fafriete v -c -fa VOLUME VI, NUMBER 16. OSKALOOSA, K1NSAS, DECEMBER 9, 1865. H0LE NUMIUVKt w ? J 1 j---. t " -- r u V. SSftlttH Itotffir. It OI'STY. -' ' T - - ( BirKHrLL. iyNW. CIt mrm'n lo.lbcrllcrr.Honct Wbieji.ll 'in iolnler-jruv, Giv ahull) word and sunn) borne" ' To children of oar -bruire.- Give bono to the thousand mmj Uhlcbrine witli tutlle-deod; , Give inp-.lli j to woman's il.ilin, ' hoi? ever) lieart-chotd bleeds. Give earnest prayer and timely mid .To lb Of iu "rank and file,' Give cheer irhe:tTth-toe where liave itald -' The oldier wife and child. Forpet nt men. who. in the war, . ;..-FtoVid failnjE Ifaden ball; P reverence to Hie eam of rar Throw op-sn learniaj;" hall. Give! till the hfart it all aglow, Ard cart Uie l"utilv lde 'Truw patriot caii E"ld bestow ! True patriots have died! 'Givo God the pr...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 9 December 1865

r THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBER- 9, 1865 a Ply I I U la m h a :i f l-'h ft I :( k Hit F-E ' " t iiPr ltd Ei t i -ft W7 1 H, a lit, E13 EP f - EU U : :li tt?i Hi I; i n tf hi K 1 Sit CttScnt. OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. I. W. ROSSBTS. Editor. Saturday, Docomber 9, 1855 .Bcater Last's St. Lout Spaeak. After Gea. Laae's speech at Leaven worth, "in which he declared that Leav enworth was the commercial metropolis . of Kansas, and must remain such, we presumed that he would act the part of a'trae friend of the State and endeavor to'uaite efforts that would secure to our metropolis el the advantages that could be legitimately concentrated in that di rection. This is the true policy of our Slate and of every true man in it, tak ing Mr. Line's own declaration as ttue; and true it undoubtedly is. Wbat.llien, ceatly made at St. Louis on railroad subjects connected with Kansas, inj which, among other things of the same sort, occurs these pointed passages : "St. Louis had a monop...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 9 December 1865

: ?mt THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KAfJSAS. SATURDAY. DECEMBER-9., 1865. '-yt-T-TfuTi itm ihl. I 1 L;S S Si 13-riS-; fo QtAxftofoiA. IS ILBHSHSK EtT SATCtDAT atORSISO AT O.kfcidutt, Jefferson Conty,Kaasas. locsij SfiWrthiei. J. W. BOBKKTS, Editor. "Probate Court. A facial term of ihe -Probate Court of Jefferson County will begin and be hold in O.fknloosa. on Monday, Decem ber 11,. 1865, at 10 o'clock, A. M. Thanksgiving. The day was observed by our citizens ery generally. W were sorry, Low ever, that more of them were not out to hear the able discourse by Rev. Mr, : Martin"atthe4M.-:E.CUrch. Those who remained away sussed a treat. In the evening lie v. L. D. Price pieachrd an able discourse on tlie sub ject of Missions, after which from a small congregation, a collection of over sixty-five dollars was made up. Legal ivertuing. We have considerable rams of money 'due us for legal advertisements long since due. which we desire Hie parties 'interested therin to cdl and settle very soon....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 9 December 1865

r THE INDEPENDENT: OSKaLOOSA, K&NsltS, SATURDAY 'DECEMBER '9, 1 1 &&lir v VJi :M it .fjajtik's. grparirantf. GAME. ClIMtADB. This amusement i quite common in man)', localities, but may lie new to some. A 'dhector is cfiiwen who may employ ns many asitnnts a he needs. They retire finm the room, and select some word which U to be "acted out, parlott a time, or otherwise, in presence of the com pany, and the spectators are to di coverr the word from the acting. Thu. suppose the word "Alternate" be chosen. The director may come in anH make on a slate or paper a large fii'Uie S; then each of hi a--sislunK.litrns eiirjil ovei: that is all turn eight (alternate). The word "Intemperance" may be divided in to four parts or acts. The first to iepreent a scene at an inx; next a displ.iy of temper: then a meeting of aunts, and finally a representation of the whole word, by a person feigning intoxication, etc. If the words are weli chosen, and the ac tors ready wiih suitable itnpiomt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 16 December 1865

4 k -tfr itwwmawMtfi.' 'I"y i'kfrs.; l Hf-'KT?U I'JZLDtUfjvaijii 30 mi 'f S r?s sevs .- r--5 srr ?V ' J. V. ROBERTS, 7 ";,-' rgc: rrr-fiif.f. r- r- . - i. -'- ---- t n.. . -.. i .-. -:- u v fc JWiwr-ani rreprieifr. ' f) IS " "- j ix : i4iv Jr- il - - ri,z i- - T w i: (,! 4flX " i-"ir ftrti ,r.sis?i VOLUME VI, NUMBER 17, OSKALOOSA, EANSASs;DEGEMBER 16,1865. ! i ZilitVlU !.'"!, ( : . ?-r whole wiBmm - 1- -a. Mi r. . righmi 0 AJL ifr-r -" ! ME3TOITIES. Tbe fallowing lines coma to us as original, jet somehow the went to have a familiar Kuntl. Ilaro we read them before, -or U it merely the echo of memory which makes them appear familiar ? O, why do memories of the past Como througinp roand my brain to-night, And -weave into fantastic shapes, Visions of golden beauty bright? I seo a form of beanty rare, ' - ---s.-- jcj J Such grace none else but fairies know, Whose lender smile, wbnse.sweet caress, For me made earth ahcaTen below. c r t t And hero aaother. whscs dart eyes Are bent upon me...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 16 December 1865

J THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBER 16, 18G5. tgje ,- iw - -- - ' 1 IL'i fill I Wit fiiflcjM!fet OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. J. VT. EOBSSTS. Zditor. Jturdav, December 10, 1865, lx Coskhtioa ef the Country. The favorable reports from all the Departments of the Federal Govern- tneut.and especially the firm stand taken by "the Secretary of the Treasury in . favor of a reduction of paper currencv and a return"tto a specie basis in busi ness, must have an important bearing upin commercial a (Fairs and all depart- ments of trade. Evidently nothing but . consututu ite folly on the part of those ' who have control of such matters, will prevent a downward tendency in every thing. Goods of alt kinds ought to go . down fifty per cent, for the spring trade, .and other thiags.including labor, should t come down as rapidly as possible to the " basis. The present system of things is sure ,ly working toward disaster. The labor -1 ing classes find it harder and harder to - 'make the two e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 16 December 1865

W- . I H.1fllIHHWl -vSWS. -r THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 16. 1865. "T- Tsii?QkKt Ilfcu) it - . rya- - -rat i s te gufcp&ulml IS VUBHSUED EVEttT SATCBDAI JIOEXISQ AT Oskaloosa, Jcffersoi County, Kansas. Jjswl SepW. J. W. ROBE1CTS, Editor. LECTTJEE. A gentleman from Quincy, 111., 'will deliver a Lecture nt Woolley's Hall in this place, on Thursday, Evening, De cember 28th. 1865. Subject: "The Soul of Man, and the Principle of Im mortality." The case of ihe Rich Man nmLLaiaras will be taken up and dis cussed, "and, also, 'the .doctrine of the Resurrection. This gentleman is said to be one of the best reasoners and Biblical schol ars in the west, and an excellent anal yzer. The Lecture will be interesting and edifying. Do not fail to come out. Ladies admitted free : Gentlemen will -bo charged 50 cents each, for the purpose of defraying expenses. The Lecture will be delivered nt Grasshopper Falls on Friday evening ihe 29th inst. and at Osawkee on Satur- dnv...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The independent. — 16 December 1865

nnn9Ra THE INDEPENDENT: QSKaLOOSA, KANSAS, SATUEPAY-,DEdEMBEK 1& i8G5r u-'j ' it.9 m i I ml ttk Diijli gepravirat min Axn sr.Ei. A handkerchief or some oihcr ui He, is concealed l)V one player, and; the rest attempt to find it; the dis cyverer takes the next turn to hide : ihs$aitide. It is a custom, in this game lor the one who hid the arti cle to encourage those who approach it,"" by . telling iliem that they burn, and(o wain them of their depaiture from it bV saying they freeze. jXiiu Stolen GmcKias. That black hen is a tegular, liapper. She has been stupidly Kid-et- ting fur weeks on an, empty nest'j .and finally given up ever hatching ihe sticks and straw which compose ' it. That little red hen has a dozen of cunning yellow chicks, her fust brood,uud a proud and happy moth er he is, or lather was a tew days. ago. " What should this black hen do, but crowd hetvell right iuto the midst of this pleasant domestic circle, and -then begin to scsatch crumb and call the chickens as...

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