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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 13 May 1865

q X 1 S; i v w n l ! ii u l.t : i. f !r J SATURDAY, MAY, 13, J865. Newspaper Changes. " . The Topeka Tribuna has change bands. It )3 now run by C. K. Holliday, a man of fair ability. Success to the institution pe cuniary, further tbi3 d?poneth eahh not as he ba6 eet eail without givirjg the least in timation of bis destination. .We hope the Tribune has received the proper ablution in the change. The Paola Herald oSc9 has been pur chashed by McReynolds and Kane, who hare commenced the publication of a new edition, under the name of Miami County ArgHS. The paper presents a neat typo graphic appearance, and from our ac quaintance with Mac, we believe it will be run in the right direction. Succees to the Argus. The DoDiphan Couuty Soldier has pass ed into the hands of J. II. Hunt, and will be hereafter known as the Troy Importer. This paper has been christened and bap tised several limea under diferent narae9, and we hope for the name and respect we bear the "universal Hunt family," tha...

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

YOUNG & .PUnC2LL, nuns' h ' Mornm, EMPORIA, KANSAS. f ? HAVE fittedaip splendid Picture Gallery on Commercial Street, opposite th Newt Office are now prepared to Uk all kind pic ture in the highest style of the art. March 13th, 18S5. 377-tf LOOK OUT! NEW FIRjI! NEW G00BS1 CATTE21SOI7, GLLHOUE & BR071T. HAVE . JUST RECEIVED a choice stoeko ; Groceries. Notion. Ac. Consisting in part of Dried and Canned Fruits. Prime Sugars, Golden and Belcher's Sugar House Sjrup, Choice Java and Rio Coffee, Imperial Tea, Crackers, Soda, Sauces in vaiiety, and in fact everything required in a well reflated Family, or kept in a first-class Grocery Business. - - Our Hotto is Quick Sales and Small Profits. We expect to keep up with the times, and ask a. share f that patronage for the future, which we hays earned and enjoyed in the past. A Fall Supply of Garden and Field Seeds Always oa Hand. CALL EARLY, CALL OFTEN, AT TBI TIN SHOP CATTERSON, J77-3m ; ... CILMORE BROWN'S. L. FRAZEL', DEALER IN WAT...

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

E "independent in all things neutral IN NC riilNG. EMPOKIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 27; 1865. WnoLErTc Vol. 8- No. 22. i i i i iff a J V t 1 V IT PUBLISHED EVKRT 8ATCKDAT MORXISO, At Emporia, Lyoa County, Kansas, . JJY O. J. & E. L. HUNT. QJEce Newt Building, corner of Commercial street and Sixth avert ue. Terms Two dollars per annum in advance. All papers discontinued at the expiration ol the r time for which they are subscribed. RATES OP ADVERTISING. Ten cenUper line for each insertion ; one dollar ' a Jineperanum. One fourth column three months, $10 ; six months, $17 ; one year, $30. One-half ' column three months, $17 ; six months, $30 ; one year,' $50. One column one year. $100. All transient and foreign advertisements must be accompanied by the cash , to insure insertion. Emporia Lodge. No. 12, A. F. A. M. Meets at their Hall, in Emporia, every Thurs day evening at half past six o'clck All Masons - in good standing are invited to attend. T. E. HICKS, W. M. " E. BORTON, Secre...

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

tk ffimpian pews. JONT. H. HUNT, Editor. EIIPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY MAY 27, 1865. THE RESULT. Tbe cloud of war appears to be fast dis spearing beneath the horizon, and the trou bled elements are- fast settling down into a a cairn; southern chivalry fcaa lost it3 boast ed power and seeks revenge only In assas sination. The rebellion ha3 cost the South everything. There 13 nothing left for them to exult over only their fallen fortunes. .The violation of a moral, physical or - political law briag its own-' punishment in 'due lime. Hence itQ said that the way of the transgressor is hard, but the punish ment is just. There is a disposition with all the leaders to enrrender on whatever termethal are proposed. The only clemen cy asked Tor is protection. The irrepress ible negro is no longer thought of. They are bankrupt ia credit, moral', and all that makes men great and good. Yet they would hyyjTJLa, so be it unto them. . GENERAL' 'K 12 V 5.- The Cincinnati Gazette's s pecial says, on May...

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

mm dmvz. mm SATURDAY". MAY 27, 1865. To Printers A Printinj Office for Sale Cheap. Having made a successful run in busi ntss, and desiring to change my occupa tion, I therefore propooe to sell out the entire outfit of my printing office, at Empo ria, known as the Consisting of long Primmer, Brevier and other kind of type; alao a large quantity of job type, and advertising display type. The press is new and is a splendid article, being a wooden frame of the best quality, made entirely of the Cornus Florida in other words, of the best quality of North Carolina Dog-wood Type in splendid con dition, and the press wotking beautifully and requiring but a sma.l quantity of ile. ' I will dispose of the entire outfit, with the goodwill of the concern, and my entire sub Ecription list, which embraces the entire tribe of Kaw Indians, and a Urge propor tion of Sacs, and "nearly all tie refugee lay a 1 Indians. Any one desiring to commence the printing business, at Emporia, will do well to see m...

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

NEW: CANDIDATES FOR PUBLIC PATHONAGE! BOOK AND VARIETY STORE!! AT THE rOST OFFICE. Tba undersigned bar Just received a Variety f BOOKS, STATION EU1 AND ENVELOPES, Of th VXBT BK97 QCAUTT, "WALL PAPER AND WINDOW SHADES, Of the LATZBT PATTZBXS, TEOTOG RAPES fc PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, Of the bj chest nxs. BJLA.TJTIFTJL STEEL PLATE ENG RAVINGS, . Of A. Llxcolx and C7HXKJ. A TEST FEW LADIES' HEAD DRESSES, Of the LATKST FASHIO.V. INK, IN QUART, PINT AND HALF PINT Stone Jugs.aud in small bottles. TRANSPARENT SLATES FOR DRAWING, A useful and pleasant ins'ituticn for jouths. ' A PILE OP TALLER BACKED LITERATURE Of various Authors. A SMALL LOT OP CONFECTIONERYS, The SwimsT asd Bebte-t kins. . YANKEE NOTIONS, &o- &c. Call and examine our stock before purchasing laewhere. E. It. fc E. TRASH. Emporia, Efa., April 22,. 18G5. 3s2y i J. Im cattxssov, v. s. aiLMOE. g. a, aowx. EMPORIA Hardware Store tiist si-iojp. CATTLE30S', GLL2I0EE & EEOWN, EaUberg'a Building, Commercial S reet, EMPORIA, KA...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 3 June 1865

haH litlf (. .t I . t .'ui; I . , ; -J3!'. ji I;t L.i,'l ,:.' jJ- Ii . . .r .,1 til 1 I odl 'J., r-i.y : ( ,-nj.7AD i.Asv.i.ll ht! I -( CV .11 ?M ,.! .'J s: i r;') 1 iv r. j i - - " i-aa I"-''f ' - ? "7 . INDEPENDENT IN ALL. THINGS-K'EUTIUL'JN NOTHING." Vol. SIro. 23. 'EMPORIA KANSAS,' ,.T0ItDAT;;jTIlOT'3.'-I865;;; WholeNo387. :lt;!!;fl!rl iki -tie h , 15 v V At Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, .f 'J .. BY O. J. & E; Ii. HT7JTT. ,' ; ' ' OjieeNu$ Building, corner cf Cottmereial tired .Taajfa Two dollars pee annum, in advance. All papers diseontinued'at the expiration 01 the time for whieh they are subscribed. ' . 3 ; 1 RATES OP 'ADVERTISING. - ' ' Yen cent per line for each Insertion" ; "one dollar alineperanum'. One fonrtb eolumn thre months, $10 six montbe, $17 one year, $30. . Oae-h.alf oolumn three months. $17 ; six months, $30 ; one yew, $50,., One column' one year, $100. All transient and foreign advertisements must be accompanied by the casb, to i nacre insertion. t Xmyoria ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 3 June 1865

JONT. II. I1UNT, Editok. JBMPOKIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1865. KECON STlt L' CTION. We regard the question as fraught with grealer interest to the future well-being and bspiijesVpf .our nation, than any other we are -called-upon to consider. In the re construction of the Government oTlL'fire-' vojted States, at thu time,. we may bequeath to future generations a legacy. cfpeac, hap inesS and properity, or a -legacy of fratri cidal war and -interminable strife.- If , the nation has been bo purified by the fiery or deal through which we have paEed, ; as Jo throw, off the shackles and prejudices , fas-teae-i upon it by slavery, then we eppre bffldlfor it a glorious destiny. But if it Jsio.be manacled by these, our pathwaj wil beas dark as this black, heartless - in stitution that binds these fetters upon us. In reorganizing the governments of the re volted States; will rebels be allowed to vote? Will" loyal, blaok men be disfranchised? Will lpcal State Constitutions, a3 they were be...

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

- cv mvin ?i SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1865. W were kindly furnished the . follow iog exrtact3 from a letter of Liuet.'-Col. C. S. Hills' by Mr. Storrt of this place. It will no doubt be interesting to Cbailie's numer ous friends bere: '. " ' Mostoomsht, Ala., ) : . -.aiy 3d. 1865. f VT have taken Mobile, and eince then 'bare marched 170 miles and capiured Sel ena and this place, and bare been resting bere ten days. Rebels from Richmond and Johnston's army are coming in by hundreds since Lee'a surrender, and the town and country is full of them; they are all paroled - and do not expect to go back again. We have been out of rations two . weeks, and have lived off the country. But now our fleet has arrired from Mobile and we ... 1 C main T Ta v a nnt lippri naiil Rl n r P I left St. Louis, and have been without money two months; and what is worse, my clothes are worn out, and I look too eeedy to make lore to eecesh widows, so I stay in camp. This is a fine country, and once was wealthy; but r...

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

WEWJ ' CANDIDATES FOR PUBLIC PATRONAGE! BOOK iiD VARIETY STORE!! AT THE TOST OFFICE. . Toe undersigned bare just received a Variety if EOOKS, STATIONERY AND ENVELOPES. Of the TKT BSST QCAUTT, WALL PAPER ASD WINDOW SHADES, ' Of the LA T 1ST fATTxaXS, PHOTOGRAPHS & PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, Of the aicntsT isp. BKAUTIFUL STEEL PLATE ENGRAVINGS, Of A. LircoLx ahd othe&s. A VERY FEW LADIES' HEAD DRESSES, Of the lATzert tasw.os. INK.JN QUART. TINT AND HALF PINT Stone J us, and ia small boltlet. TRANSPARENT SLATES FOR DRAWING. A useful and pleasant ius'ituticn for youth. A PILE OF YALLER BACKED LITERATURE . ..: a: ,.Ot various Anthers. A SMALL' LOT OF CONFECTIONERYS. . : The SWZETMT AKpBzSTEST KISD. ; YANKEE NOTIONS, &o-, &c. Call and examina our stock before purchasing elsewhere. E. It. & E. TRASH. Emporia, Kail., April 22, 1 805.. , . 3S2jl LAWRENCE TO ST. LOUIS If M FACITIC IMAY PACKET LEE ! MISSOURI RIVER, Steamer CLARA. Captaia E. Spencer; Steamer ISABELLA, Captain J. T. ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 10 June 1865

. :;:. ;0 , . -7-- ' " INDEPEXDKNf IN,ALL THINGS" NEUTHAL I NOTIITNCJ. 1 ! ... M ' 4 t 1 V t . f o ' ; v I R . 7 t , Vol. 8 No. 24 Whole No. r c r 3 In- (t inpria t f fos . - 5Jb'LISHI!6 EVKRT SATCRDAT MOKXIXG, , .41 Emporia, - Lyon Comity, ' Kansas, :. ;u : . B7 o. j. & e. l. hunt. - VT.ciffew Buildiao, comer of Cowmtreiai street . , . . , and Sixth avenue. . ', , ' Tm7 TwodolUrs per an nam' in ;aclranc 11 papers discontinued at the expiraiion o iue time fur which they are subscribed. 1 ' '' RATES OP ADVERTISING. ' y' -. - Tn iits per 11 for eseh insertion ;one""lsf alio ir atuni. On fourth column three months, 'flO; fii month. $17 ; one j-ear, $30. One-half .'eoluuin thr louirtha, $17 ; i x months. $.30 ; one year. $50., One column one year, $100. .All : transient and foreign advertisements ' must t nMOmpsnied. Iv th c lb , to uuurj insertion,;, l'mporja Lo'd;?e. No. ,18, A. F. A. M. , r' llei tsr st their Hull, in Emporia, every Thurs day i vDing at half past six 'clek .All M...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 10 June 1865

11 .1K 0XJB JONT. H. HUHT, Editor. EUPOBIA, gAHSAS. SATURDAY. JUNE 10,-1005. THIS FOURTH Or JULY. . Shall we, in this section of the Stats of Kansas, hare a glorious, patriotic, rousicg, old-fashioned, liberly-lovini: celebration of th Fourth f July barbacue ox roasted, fre dinner, band music, immense rong of people, big speech, marches, banners, drums, fire-works and traneparancies fsj, shall we? Or, shall this great day iV our nations hie'tory be celebrated simply by one or two persons, over a glass of epruce bee and a quarter section of ginger-bread, with fire-cracker and a bottle (of patent ' msJU cine) in the background? Now that the nation which our great and good forefathers poured out their blood and sacrificed their fortunes to build up; and which, by their posterity, has, at bo much coat of blood and treasure, been preserved, with its great privileges and blessings io the citizens, we would urge such a demonstration on the Fourth as would be creditable to the patri otism a...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 10 June 1865

1 . . 1.' -I i r r 'i if - rt VJES. SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1855. Picture Gallery. -" Prof. YouDg Las greatly improved Lis Picture Gallery, refitted the roof, and other wise repaired it. The Prof, is one of the most affable gentlemen that we ever had the pleasure of calling on. He ia also a profit cient in the art of Photographing, Ambro typing, Scc., which he does promptly, neat ly, and cheaply. He has on hand, constant ly, a large supply of nice Albums, Picture caeea, etc. Call in, ladies and gentlemen. .Itooms opposite the News Office. Ekbata Cobrection. In setting up the list of Premiums, on the first page, we got a number of the Committees wrong; the names were written with a pencil, oa news paper, and were almost erased. Upon ap plying to the Secretary for a correct list, we were informed that he had sent U3 one; and, upon looking into the drawer where the copy wa3 deposited on its recep'.ion, we. found a plain list, and have corrected the committees accordingly, and give it anothe...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 10 June 1865

NEW, i CANDIDATES fop. PTJBIilO PATRONAGE! BOOS AND VARIETY STORE!! AT THE POST OFFICE. The undersigned hare just receired a Variety of EOOKS, STATIONEUY AND ENVELOPES, Of the TKS.T BEST QCALITT, "WALL PAPER AND "WINDOW SHADE3, Of th LATEST rATTMXS, PHOTOGRAPHS A FHOTOGK APH ALUUJIS, Of the aicniR misc. BEAUTIFUL STEEL PLATE ENGRAVINGS, Of A. Lircoui asd other. A VERY FEW LADIES' HEAD DRE3SE3, Of the LATEST FASHION. 13TK.TN QUART. PINT AND LfALF PINT Stone Jugs, and in small bottles. TRANSPARENT SLATES FOR DRAWING, A tiseful and pleasant ins'itutioa for youths. AP1LE OF YALLER BACKED LITERATURE UI various .a uin rs. A SMALL LOT OF CONFECTIONERTS, 1 he BWIETOST ASD OESTE?T KIXD. YANKEE NOTIONS, Ac-. Ac. Call and examine onr slock before purchasing elsewhere. E. It. A E. TRASK. Emporia, Kan., April 22, 16C5. 332yl LAWRENCE TO ST. LOUIS B11QB PACIIIC RAILWAY PMEET LiSE mh i MISS OUR I RIVER. Steamer CLARA, Captain E. Spencer; Steamer ISABELLA, Captain J. T. Dozicr; Steamer PARAGON, Cap...

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

i : I,.-. i .0 - 'T.- ..J .t-.S--.TT yuJLISHKD EVUTJAIllDiT M0E2CI5Q, Emporia, Lyon. County, Kansas, At i . v v -iBY O, J.& E.I. HUNT. , OJice--Kixt$ Buttdint, earner Counter rial atrctt .Tians Two dollars per annum, in advance. all papers discontinued at the expiration of the tiruCfor which they are subscribed. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ' r Ten cents per If he for each insertion ; one dollar a line peranum. One fourth column three months, $10; six months, $17 ; one year, $30. One-half column three months, $17 ; six months, $30 ; one year, $50. - One column. .one year, $100. AH .transient and foreign advertisements must be accompanied by the cash, to insure insertion. ; Emporia Lodje, No. 12, A.F. A."3I. Meets at their Hall, in Ewporiaj every Thurs day evening at half past six o'clock All Masons in good standing are invited to attend. T. E. HICKS, W, M. E. UORTOJT, Secretary. . R. M. itUGGLES. A i torn e y at !L a w EMPOBI., KANSAS. F. G. HUNT, !Attornev fit Law, I' .EMPOBIA..KANSAS...

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

' . " ; : . " . - - . , s" '- 1 i 1 1 in i i ! n !0nis&mt! ,atAl. ' ' ' " fc """V"! 4t jfX " CV Sj" . - - ""'" I Ml.. iiMiiiuM... ' 1 " 1 natUHUMJ atitrili'VU: - r .1.0 .1 H'. t', - M- 1 1 : . . 1 . : ; .i ,. i . TJIE .1 arsuact to noi-ia, a large and embus '' ' ij JONT.I. UUNT. Parlor.. RAILROAD- MEETING. I Rbo!. f tV. R. TV,lr "i. fT, i-venins, UiTrepU.-cfTiJfcmilrf-hii. 1 I, mszrscz"K xrecrsi re mT-t r --i"ar evening -leiasrrapu1, oi r-LiiautipDia, v GIB? : ! t . ? . I, ' Ad-OUTKAGE. . . a afrp iyurf set jtaenpfcompeaed pticipail ofhaJFmibonaf ISWxae, rit telkft teaYdneaioFfifcerJiffclMMAoruai& sreteoe VrJtiiiir&rfjfipwda waatoiderf ht& iwxtiltutg rtt pa t tlii ede tody X Jthk Sfee r!& L Ttyiftxi.upa tk fcaca dftdadctnhetrl Ta3fctrjrtQ IdBahafktbenr, dikayuuiiiBd, Und. gfc i& i b eT bstrk i or; d t Lb yy cs IJ aiitoe Ikt l Sm eifT jfcf lom chst? and fill ji' kroiill eaabolc. fi4al'dUo IniootBdjiift'SienUbibei.badk. dWifp-IiTAiFwitrlyledbt nB, bf5tTgt &...

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

Greet Ite3wrtioa ia Prie WIICLrSlLi: DEALERS I3T ' i-fqn&st$0ni&ehuJU JUttilU CUlU C'UildDnUlf - W ! m 119: Jf9: A gf H893 ffWM & H?J;98- lirtr or quiii j ?ft Of -YSt3, iTRATEEt fromlEJJerscrilxr. oa Jacob' x ICern fCfcaa4ioens5tysefebct tha ISacl-bf 3riOoata:baCxoaa amnfrTr ftrfl.nrii:r,'-J. Cravuta, : J. - - - ' - L i fete a cli fcciiJerA slrC HAS OT&iiaeKoa ftr-U; anga of ral felt aLsaJsat beiaS3d f&irricgiil 1a raiy pftefcoi tit czmfrjAt&iipiwsg. CJt iti tiiri iieil fc;fje Af3t5 R. irpplofiEaef tba-ffajaarranam tit1 tnilrbaV fcitii ipe;.hftaliiaifarbuaafaci2da:iej,v mane 4a:rotbad. haiAsOifeara fwacdvlllenb rpadd for rthob r-ony, Aarii ifcrt.1 iaibmmlicni that paia iladit hiarrf ccrerjLr IrtSdf-aiaiitaaiaayr.SjeiUrt Imocris. Jnn 24rJh. 18C5V- C iiAfe&jjkVv. " j. .- , rLfT JS, 3 7 Quick il'ork.' Mi&m ifrE:eev-tar: TaCdtttA.'thai'mbscK-br Fiy ttiootki Kaiaor. address tJAGOacGARETiy- --vrf. iIaU'JU W.-UiirU ebmt p&tf. u,i.e7ii3vaisrgj and compile...

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

DEC M POniA -' Hardware Store CAITtHSOS, GILHOBE ; Cc EH0T7N, iulbier't B iiUJirig, Commercial S'reet '-. i : EMPORIA, KANSAS; U BEO LEAVE TO INFORM THE PEOPLE of Lyon and surrounding counties that they have .established themselves ia Emporia, to do. a gonrlj -; e;-; j. ,- ... .;, j Hardware. & Tinning Business. They expect, by elose application to business, and etraightf rward dealing, to merit the patron ago of the people. . They hare a small and se lect stock i Hardware. COO K I N C S TO V E G , 'TInvrare and Woodenware. T. t ' ' :. . v . T""" .'-.'', The highest market price paid for - liuss and Old Copper,"' in exchange for goods in our line of business. . J033 WORK. Mr.CATTERSON.au experienced Tinner, will give especial attention to this branch of the business.- He will male and put up Spouting aud Guttering, and make and repair Tinware on short notice, . OATTERSON, GILMQRE & BROWN. N. B. Jnst received the finest stock of Gro ceriea, Dried Fruit, Tinware, Hardware, Not...

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

ft 1 I j mm-: I r i Vol. 8 No. 32. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1865. Whole No. 396. j From the London Spectator. '- RECONSTRUCTION FK03I AN ENG. 1,1311 LIUEKAL POINT OP VIEW. Democracy in America, it is becoming - evident, has to pass through one more trial. It has come victorious ouc of a war which would have crushed any European monar chy except the British, and. has overcome a rebellion before which even" Great Britain might possibly have euccumbed. It has - secured, by four years of desperate effort, during which it has had to discover the men who can organize fore as well at to develop """the fofce. isfielf, the control of a continent and the emancipation of a race, and now it has to accomplish a feat greater even than these. Our Amercm friends !r?- - ' with annoyed increuuliiy when we describe tb t6k yet remaining te be performed; but it is none the less one which- will test tueir trusted system far more than the struggle which they have won. That was a 'ques tion of ...

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

as JACOB STOTLES MYIITS. CI1ME, Editors and Proprietors. EMPORIA, KANSAS, Saturday, August 5, 1865. The sum subscribed to build the Lincoln National Monument at Springfield, 111., now amounts to 835,800. There is to be a grand reunion of all the , Turner societies in Cincinnati next Septem ber, the first of the kind in America. The total valuation of propeity in Leav enworth county this year, according to the Assessor's returns, is 85,603,949. The let of August, the anniversary of the emancipation of slaves in the West Indies, was duly celebrated by the colored people of Leavenworth. j The Elacthawk (Col.) Mining - Journal says a load of new potatoes passed up through that town on the 18th, for which the owner asked fifty cents per pound. The Copperheads don't seem to ba eo much m a hurry about Tylerizing President Johnson since he hung four of the more ac tive members of their party. Reconstruction. We publish an article on ourout3ide this week, on th?3 subject, from the London Spe...

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