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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 26 December 1857

THE KAN Z A SINEWS: ftti&i Even 5afarlaT Insis, at Emporia, Kasas, Tti Dollar I per cnxiox w dwnee. ' Rates of Advertising. First insertion, per line, ten eents; each eubse nwnt insertion, five cents; one dollar a line, per nnom Displayed advertisement one-half over the above rate. All transient and foreign adver tisements must be accompanied by the cash, to in fure insertion. JOB PRINTING. j -n j The office of The Kaxzas Xrws is furnished j with a complete assortment of the newest stvlea of Type, Borderc, Flouri&hei, Cots, Cards, Fancy Papers, Colored Inks, Bronxe, Ac., enabling tha proprietor to print Ci&cuuxs, Casus, Ccam-icaiM or Stock, Dxrw, Poptxes, and all other kinds of THE PEOPLE ALWAYS CONQUER, Job ttmnxQ, in a manner unsurpassed in in country . Particular attention paid to printing all kinds of Blanks. Orders for work promptly attended to when accompanied with Cash. Ex CELSioa" is onr motto. By P. B. Plumb. EINIPOKIA, KANZAS, DECEMBEK 26, 1857. Vol. l-No. 26. ...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 26 December 1857

J ews. P. B. PLU3B, : t : Proprietor and Editor. U.-J.' IIINTON: : Corresponding Editor. r.r EMPORIA, : ILNZAS: , - . . i 1 ' , . SATURDAT::::::DECJELMBEIt 26, 1857. To Correspondents and "Exchanges. Our mail icil'tie are such, at present: that it takes lis Beyers! -weeks to reeeiYe eren onr Territo rial exchangeaTand correspondence, and we should deem it a favor if Correspondenta and Publishers would change the direction of letters and exchan ges to Lawrence, Eanxas, from which place to Em poria there is established . a regular independent express line, by which means we receive our mall regularly. ' ' Douglas1 Shriek, Against the Swindle. The funniest summerset yet made by this political acrobat, is. the stand taken by him in the Senate, against the "Mrs. Cun ningham Swindle' The speech he made in opposition to the President's Kanzas policy, in the Senate on the 9th inst., wa3 the strongest argument ever advanced in fa- j vor of the people of Kanzas, and the clear est proof yet gi...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 26 December 1857

The Kanzas s'ilDAYl::f.:::lEtEMBEU 26, 1837. Terms of Subscription. v ,.tm f Bates of Advertising.. Ou lamrtit olumm "Hti,. w ex six w. n m; ye. aw Ou kU rTthr n s ix -. . . -M mi Unit dnniMtme -t U pid U adTmaee. .,f Single'eopiea'of Thi Nrrsln wrappers for sale at this oScg, &t fire cents per copy. J Blas DxctiXATiosB for filing, for sale at this Ifanted at this Office. A few eords of "rood Hj feet in length, on subscription. ' - ; ; ' ; 2 '- Election Notice. -J ! ' The undersigned having been appointed rmmissionera by the Governor of Kanzas - .1.11. a. li.A. ocr IWB. Territory, hereby give - notice that there will be an election held in Breckenridge . county on the 4tb day of January; 1858, in several precincts established by the Rnard of Countv Commissioners of the above named county, for the purpose of tWon the Lecompton constitution as authorized by the Territorial Legislature at it3 recent session.- ine judges i election TiPrebv aDDointed, will .open poll books, and provi...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 26 December 1857

SATURDAYSDECEMBER 26, 1857. Idfo and Adventures of Three Desper ate Bobbers. Several months since the Bank of New Erunswick was broken into, and orr sev enty thousand dollars stolen from its vaults. ,-Tha details of this audacious robbery hare already been published; and after being tracked for a long time, and through many places, its perpetrators have at last been captured, and are now awaiting trial before the Court of Assises in Nova Scotia. rThey are three in number, and their names are Phil. Stanley, Jack Rand and Bill Smith. These three men apparently are none of your small, vulgar rascals. They display the trophies of no less than sixteen memo rable achievements, of which each of them boasts; and whether they exaggerate the importance and recklessness of these from' a love of boasting, we will not stop to inquire. The fcader of the trio is Phil. Stanley, alias PhiL Stanford, who prides himself up on being one of the most artful villains in Christendom. He was born in England...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 2 January 1858

THE K A N Z A S N EWS: JOB PRINTING. - " The ofilee of Tax. Kaxzas 2Jca i furnished vith a complete assortment. of the newest styles of Type, Borders, Flourishes, Cuts Cards, Fancy Papers, Colored Ini. Bronze, io, enabling the proprietor to print Cutccura, Casus. CxanriCATM or Srocx, Dieps, Fosrras, and all other kind of Job,Pkitxxo. in. a. manner un&crpasaed in tha country. Particnlar attention paid to printing all kindaof Blanks. Orders for fork promptly attended to when accompanied with Cash. "Zx CELsioa. is our motto. liBd iraj fctakj srs it Iinpera, lams, Tekms Ti Dollar fer innm, in. adtinxx. Rates of AdTertisiBg. ' pnflmertlon, per line, ten cent; each rnbse nt insertion, fire eents; one dollar line, I1" nnnu Displayed adTertiaemento one-half orer Tove rates. All transient and foreign adver tjKmentt most be accompanied by the cash, to in rare insertion. . ' ' the; people always conquer. By P. B. Plumb. EMFOBIA. KANZAS,-JA1STUABY 2, 1858. Vol.1-No.27. The Kanzas 5ATURUAY: ...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 2 January 1858

Mnzas Ii tS. PL.U3IB, ; : Proprietor and Editor. K. JT. HIXTOIf, : : Corresponding Editor. r ; -emporu;;kanzas: S5ATURDAY::;:n:::::rJAKUART 2, 18Ssi To Correspondents and Exchanges. Our mail facilities are ench at present that it takes n several weeks to receive even our Territo risX exchanges and correspondence, asd re htmM - deem it a fitror if Correspondents and Publisher would chace the direction of letters and exchan ges to Lawrence, Kanz&s, from which place to Em poria there is established a. regular independent express line, by which means we receive oar mail ", The Brown Clique. ; A few demagogues and dissatisfied office hunters bolted the action of the Free State Convention, and have nominated a ticket for State-officers. The meeting was presided over by Dr. Davis, and G. W. Brown was Secretary Flaming resolutions were intro duced, styling this ' miserable faction "the Mass Meeting of the People," kc, and then none were, allowed to speak but those on their own side, Dri...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 2 January 1858

The Kanzas News. 8ATUBDAY:::!::?:i:::JAIirUARY 2, 1858, Term of Subscription. nile eep. o y. - c T Jr- (.J ..e t. geturjp .f dm.) . . . n 09 TeW " " "" " ' ? Rate of Advertising. cenU; doUmr J - Ome fourth eelama thr RM.. it f, -. . T- . AH trn rte.t ui fbi dreemt at U pud im ulnae. Single eopies'of Thk Nirws ia -wrappers for sale at this offi t five eenta per copy. Bux DiCiAiATwys for filing, for sale at this office. ; Wanted at this Office. A few cords of wood 2' feet in length, on subscription. Heligious Notice. The quarterly ineetieg of the M. E. church will be held on the 9th and 10th of the pres ent month, at the School house, near Mr. Kirkendall's, on the Cottonwood, five miles west of Emporia. H. Mots. ; Breckinridge County all Bight! Pursuant to notice quite a large number of our citizens met in the dining room of the Emporia House, this (Saturday) afternoon at 1 o'clock P. M. to consider frhat action they should take in regard to the basement- story nominees for State offi...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 2 January 1858

Tfe Kanzas News. ATUBDAY::::r.:JAHUARY 2, 1868. , , - Beslgnation of Got. "Walker. J le following is the letter of RJ. Wal ker,, resigning the oSce of ' Governor of Kanx&3: '.'.'." . Wjuhisgtos Cxrr, Dec. 15r 1857. Lxnroa Cass, Secretary of State : - I resign the office of governor of Eanzas. I have been most reluctantly forced to this conclusion after anxious and careful consider ation of my duty to the country, to the people of Kanz&s, to the President of the United States, and to myself. 4 The grounds assum ed by the President in his late message to Congress, and in his recent instructions in connection with the events transpiring here and in Eanzas, admonish that, as governor of that territory, it will no longer be in my power to preserve peace or promote the pub lic welfare. At the earnest solicitation of the President, after repeated refusals; the last be ing in writing, I finally accepted this office upon his letter showing the dangers and dif ficulties of the Eanzas ...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 9 January 1858

i-Vf . . THE KANZ AS "NEWS: 1 4f . JOB' p kin TI XJ (j t 1 TkKms 7V Dollar per annum, w advancr. Rates of Advertising, firti insertion, per Hn, ten wnU; each ubs n.nt ijurtion, fire nU; one dollar i Hm.'f ,m Diplaved ndvertaseraenta one-half ortr .Xve rw- AU transient ; and foreign m4wr Sonente must be accomjxuued by the cash, to m (ure insertion. , ; c . - " J The Kanzas News. s ATURDAY:: ::::::::uJ ANUARY 9, 1858. ' Affairs in Utah. . r Late files of the Deserel Sews give some jrraphic accounts of the condition of affairs at Salt Late. Among other things con tained therein is a protest from the members 0f the Mormon Legislature, demanding that all Federal appointments shall be residents, and making complaint against the character of men hitherto sent into their midst. Sub joined is an account of Van Vliet's mission : From the Doseret Newa, Sept,9. Capt. Stewart Van Vliet, Assistant Quar-, terroaster IT. S. A., arrived in this city on the afternoon of the 8th inst. He left his esco...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 9 January 1858

-I B. PLUHB, j : : Proprietor ad Editor. U.;J. IIINTOIf, s : Correspond! Editor. EMPORIA, KANZAS: ' ATUKDAY:::n:::l:.-:iJAIf PART O, 183. "more honored in the breach twin in the ob- -8erraBe,,-;-for tW newspaper to gWe-a glanee retrospectively and prospectively over v- uig unu VI A.i kiwi tu nuiwuucj iuvtc, " ; when the unfaltering hand of Time buries "the olden, and breathes life into the New , Year. - Oar greeting comes late, lor amid the earnest straggle ia which Kanzas is en- ; ggd we ' bad almost "forgotten that the shadow of 1853 was darkening its thresh hold. . For th first time in oar columns, and in accordance with the customs of the fraternity, we bid our readers "A Happy New Year' and we do it ia no idle spirit, but with the feeling of earnest men meeting .brother men at a crisis in the history, of a great struggle, when manly toil, thoughts, endurances and actions, may all be required. ' threshold of a year whose womb must be pregnant with great events lor our weal and w...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 9 January 1858

ATUniAY:i.::ANIIARY 0, 1858. Terms of Subscription. -; - - "- " " J , " . Rates of Advertising . ' - iK SoUAr a BU. Oa fert erini u. ix-o. 11 n r. cuij Single copies f Tn Um ia wrappers for sale tt this office, at five gents per copy- .;' . Biasx Dzoajutiom for filing, for sale at this office. ' ' ' " : .'--"-"; W anted at this Office. --A few cords of wood gi fcrt in lengthon subscription. ' V JlASOUia There will be meeting of the Masonic fraternity at Emporia, on Friday, the 16th inst., at 3 o'clock P.M." Members of the order in-this vicinity are requested to be present. . . ' - Our Mart Facilities. There "is at the present time about three luthelt of mail matter directed to Emporia, lying in the Osawatomie office, seventy-five miles distant; awaiting means of-transportation. The route from Osawatomie to Em poria is by way of the Sac Agency; Leroy, and 0 ttumwa. .The mail is carried on horse back once in each week, and as the mail for Emporia alone is larger - than can thus be car...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 9 January 1858

The :I(aiizas! News: ' 1 .v Progress cflnrentiotti -clip from 6fcr exchanges- the follow ing Itenis about inventions and patents gen- -.The pew Jonnnbs!oner of Patents, Joseph: , ia deciding against an application for a ' patent for an fron beanr, has taken occasion to announce some olF the general principles by which he, ahafi be .guided, -Difficulty, - be sa va.. has -often been found in. referris c an anicle claimed'aa a new invention taaay - head under the law, it not falling within the statutory, catalogae -3j .narrow constrnc tion of Woguage,- such,-an. article however ; vaMaLIeud novel, would hare to be exclu ded from the. protect ion ? which the hiwis expressly intended. ta give. . t 2fames are not ' things, ; and if x.. specification describes an inrentionr uniting the indispensable ,requi- , sites of jiovelij and-uliliiy, U.wUl npt, jun der Mr Holt's administration, 'be consider ed as the essence of the claim that it should . bex referred co izorrzine, to. any one of the h...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 16 January 1858

THE KANZA8 NEWS: Pub&kd Irery htvhj Seraic at Imporia, Earns, Tzwa ThUart pet annum, in advance. Rates of Advertising. prt insertion, per line, ten eents; each subse .oent insertion, five centa; one dollar a line, per .rrnnm. Displayed advertisements one-half over the above rates. All transient and foreign adver tisements must he accompanied by the cash, to in- JOB PRINTING, The office of Thi Kaxxas News is furnished with a complete assortment of the newest style of -Type, Borders, Flourishes, Cuts, Cards, F&ney Papers, Colored Inks, Brflnxe; Lc., enabling the' proprietor to print CikcuhW, Casus, CuaTincAYxs -of Stock, Deeps, Poems, snd all other kinds of Job Prixtixg, in a manner unsurpassed in the country. Particular attention paid, to printing all kinds of Blanks.. Orders for work promptly , attended to when accompanied with Cash. "Ex CELSioa" is our motto. THE PEOPLE ALWAYS CONQUER." By P.B. Pltoib. EMPOKIA, KANZAS, JANUARY 16, 1858. Vol. 1--No. 29. . '. . . . . : . ' ; ...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 16 January 1858

The Kanzas News. F. B. PL.TJ51B, t : : Proprietor and Editor. R. J. IIINTOX, : t Corresponding Editor. EMPORIA,-KANZAS: ATURDAY::::::n-IA!fUART 16, 1858. The Last Dodge Kanzas a Slave State. By reference to another column of to-day's paper it will be seen that a "dodge" has been resorted to in Congress, in order to se cure the passage of the Lecompton Consti tution. As is usual in such cases, the 'creature" who performs the dirty work of the South, is a Northern doughfac, and that doughface a Senator from the liberty loving State of Ohio. Just at a time when the efforts of Mr. Douglas and the Republi cans had destroyed the last hope of the pas sage of the Lecompton Constitution, Mr. Pugh 6teps in with his miserable subter fuge which he styles a "compromise," and places that Constitution .."high and dry" above the breakers, -and renders its -passage almost certain. - The Administration has fully committed itself to the work -of making Kanza3 a Slave State, and with the united South a...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 16 January 1858

The Kanzas News. XBIAT::.:::"t:: JANUARY lO, 1858. Terms of Subscription ' ' !!-' yr." (, " mpof dab.) n Bates of Adrertisins. iBjrrtio. Pt Ii". ts; kTM iertm. ' m, 4oIUr m lin. per auam. Ob bank tolrau mth Hxi, M ; yr. Omehmlf '"o . J y-. iM. AIltnB- "4,4 f,ttip iitntiaiejwl JM i vaee. cjn-le copies of T" Nltrs in wrappers et tpfrcfnc at five cents per copy. Bias Diciabatioss for filing, for sale at this ofEce. Wanted at this Office. A fear cords of wood 2! j feet in length, on subscription. Masonic. . Pursuant to notice, an informal meeting of the Masonic Fraternity was held at Em noria on the 15th instant, at which prelimi nary steps were taten to organize a Lodge in this place. The following named gentle men were chosen as officers : Lawrence D. Bailey, W. M. ; Henry W. Fick, S. W.; C. F. Maurer, J. W. ; E. P. Bancroft, Treas. ; C. V. Eskridge, Sec. ; T. E. Hicks, S. D. ; Ja. H. Pheanis, J. D. ;H. H. Gray, Tyler. After the transaction of some other busi ness the meeting adjourne...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 16 January 1858

Conducted from First page' party by Yiolatinjr its principles? Do you propose to keep the party united by forcing a oivisionz .stand by tee doctrine tnat leaves the people perfectly free to form and regulate their institutions for themselves in their own way, and your party will be uni led and irresistible in power. Abandon that great principle, and the party is not worth saving, and cannot be saved, after it shall be violated. I trust we are not to be rushed upon this question. Why shall it be done? Who is to be benefitted? Is the South to be the gainer? Is the North to be the gain er? Neither the North nor the South has the right to gain a sectional advantage by trickery or fraud. But I am beseecbed to wait until I hear from the election on the 21st of December. I am told that perhaps that will put ' it all right, and will save the whole difficulty. How can it 7 .Perhaps there may be a large vote. There may be a large vote returned. Laughter. But I deny that it is possible to have...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 23 January 1858

T H E K ANZAS.NEWS: ' JOB PRINTING; - 1 The office of Thk Kama Nxtwb is furnished with a. complete assortment of the newest styles' of Type, Borders, Flourishes, Cuts, Cards, Fancy Papers, Colored Inks, Bronze, Ac, enabling th proprietor to print Cibculiks, Cajuw, Cultu-icates of Stock. Deeds. Fosteks, and all other kind f TuBM Ettry Mvriij Sarain. ai Emporia, Euuaa, B"3T S3- IB. PliTTJwTa . Texxs Tk DoUart per annum, in advance. Kates of AdrertisiH?. . First insertion, per line, ten cents; each subee mwnt insertion, five cents; one dollar a line, per annum. Displayed advertisement one-half over Job Fuvnirs, in1 a manner Unsurpassed in the eountrv. Particular attention rxud to rvrintin'? the above rates. All transient ana ioreign adver tisements must be accompanied by the cash; to in By P. B. Plumb. EMPOEIA, KANZAS JAmJAEY 23, 1858. all kinds of Blanks. Orders for -trork promptly attended to -when accompanied with Cash. "Ei- Vol. i-No. 30. sure insertion. : cti&io is our motto. ...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 23 January 1858

ivanzas - B. PLUHB, : : : Proprietor and Editor. RV J. HINTON, : : Corresponding Editor. I vEMPORIA, KANZAS: SATURDA.Y::::iJAIfUAIlY 23, 1858. l:-f"', Nicaragua vs. Kansas. C The arrest of the pirate Walker, by Com modore Paulding, has thrown a new fire -brand and element of discord into the ranks of the already greatly distracted "Democ racy." ,; The President, although admitting that Commodore Pauldipg "committed a 'grave error" in arresting Walker on the soil f of Nicaragua,, refuses to remove him, and characterizes Walker's expedition as one " which "violates the principles of christiaa 'ity, morality and humanity, held sacred by all civilized nations." The Southern .fire eaters demand that Paulding shall be remov ed. Walker and all his men taken ' back to -Nicaragua by the Government, and that the neutrality laws shall be repealed. The ex citement at Washington on this question is so intense as to overshadow the "Kanzas 'question," which is thus for the moment "lost Stglit'of.'...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 23 January 1858

The Kanzas News. 1(CBDAY:::::-:::JAirrARY S3, 1858, Terms of Sabscriptioa. " (awl eU getter prcl0 ...113 Tea copra Rale of Advertising. . -aKrti8n. per lime, tern ttmtr, eacb rabscqoeat ierti. Flt' ... e fellsr a li. P uua. Oa f.rtb nliai ! nwM.ntu rr. at w. oMhu single copies of The News in wrappers for Bale ttt tiii ofo' at flTe cep" l - Blasc Decuuutioss for filing, for sale at this oSce. m . Wanted at this Office. A few cords of wood 2L fcet in length, on subscription. Town Meeting To-night. A meeting of the citizens of Emporia and vicinity will be held at H. W. Fick's store, this ( Saturday) evening, at 7 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of organizing a Joint-stock Companv, with a view of erecting a Town gall. We hope the necessity felt for such a building during the past few months, will be a sufficient inducement for every man in the neighborhood to turn out and give the move lis hearty support. For a trifling sum a building could be erected which would ac commodate the public ...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 23 January 1858

The Kanzas News SATURDAY: :: JAUARY 23, 1838 v- - - Eosalie, the Prairi Plower. On the distant prairie, where the heather wild In its quiet beauty tired and smiled, ' Stands a little cottage, and a creeping vine -Xioves around its porch to twine ; In that peaeeful dwelling was a lovely child, With her blue eyes beaming soft and mild, r- And the wary ringlets of her flaxen hair Floated fa the summer's air. Fair as a lily, joyous and free, " ' Light of that prairie home was she ; Every one who knew her felt the gentle power - Of Ko9BHe, tie iraine r lower..: . - . ; On the distant prairie, when the days were Ion: - I ripping lite a tairy, sweet her song, "With the sunny blossoms and the birds at play. Beautiful and bright as they ; j When the twilight shadows gathered in the west. And the voice of nature sunk to rest, like a cherub kneeling seemed the lovely ehild. With her gentle eyes so mild. Fair as a lily,' joyous and free, light of that prairie home was she : - - - r Every one wh...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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