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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 19 May 1860

r ".JOSEPH RICKABAUCHl; Emporim. i Kama. I : Sixth Sap on . r T " MiSCFACTCEES AND REPAIES . Wagons, Carriages' and Hows, HARROWS; CULTIVATORS, Ac' . - workmanlike mafiner, and at reasonable In 145y rates- ; : "rnoria Meat Market. BY F. SCHBLTDLLTIG. . ,.pT every Wednesday and Satnr FS &ataUtiu4.. 145 -"-EmporiaSteam Mill.. sBiSSr ISBELI" E0PMET02S- rsMTE rrorri,Ur cf this mill vould announce 1 w tL fublic that they are prepared to fur JL Lumber of all kinds, and in any quantity, to , r on f'.r eh Ur.ns ; and are alo prepared to lowing en share, ct for cash, pur mill is in Jod 2 condition and one f X Territory. We have also a Lath JIUI attached, ml can furnish Lath to or ler. Also an client pair of B tonnd.ng corn. We can .aWy S ! Tt, ptromze us. ana sonc 11" igj'BELL. r,.,nnrra.Mavl9.1?63. 5y "r ' P. H. HUNT, WATtUMAEER MD JEWELER In E. P- Hadley's Store," EMPOIA' -"" C LOCKS ASD JEWELRY kept on hand, and and nil kinds of REPAIRING done on short notice, and at reasonable rates....

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. — 19 May 1860

imns SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1860. DANIEL GBAY. ; Br ca. i. hoixaxd. If I shall ever win the home in heaven For whose sweet rest I humbly hope and pray, la the srreat company of the forgiven I shall be sure to find old Daniel Gray. I knew him well ; in fact, few knew hiin better For my young eyea oft read for him the Word, And aaw how meekly from the crystal letter He drank the life of hi beloved Lord. ' Old Daniel Gray was not a roan who lifted On ready words his freight of gratitnde, And was Hot called upon among the gifted, ; In the prayer-nieetings of his neighborhood. He Lad a few old-fashioned words and phrases. I see him now, his form, and face, and motions, His homcfnnn babit. and his silver hair And hear the language of his trite devotions iusing behind the straight-baekedkitchen-chair. I can remember how the sentence sounded, ' "Help ug, O Lord, to pray, and not to faint ! And how the ' conquering -and - to -conquer" rounded The loftier aspirations of the Baint. fie had some 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. — 26 May 1860

Clre (Bmpxm tbs: - BATES OP ADVERTISING. First lnsertioa, per line, ten cents; each subse quent insertion, tlv cents; one dollar a line, per mnum. One-fourth column three months, $10; mx months, $17; one year, $30. One-half coluraa Uirce months, $17; six moatfcs. $30; on year, JM. M PCMJEHTD STXXY BAT0SOAT UOXXISO AT "!-. Emporia, Breckearidge County, Ksasw, BY STOTLEB ABANDALL. , JACOB BTOTLIK. ' " DVtttXt ADAIi. (Ujia News Buildinp, comer of Commercial ttreet and Sixth avenue. 11 m'W? MM'kyk vrcu3ieu& ana iorcign aaverasemenis must txt accompanied by the cash, to insure Intcrtiea. Teb Two dollar per annum, in advance. Clabs of tn, $17. Club of twenty, $30. JOB niTTTXlsrGt f ",'J ki?,J Cards, Circulars. Ball Tick ets, Handbills, Pouters. e., executed in the terg best style, and on liberal Urm. U" Blanks of all kinds constarftly On hanl- All paper discontinued at tha expiration I the ne for which they are subscribed. Vol. 3Nq. 42. . : EMPOKIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY;MAY. 26, 1860. Who...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 26 May 1860

P. B.- PLUMB, EDITOR. SATURDAY, MAY' 26, 1 860. ttE&XJUttQAX .1'ICiCET : r0 pBsnEKT. . ' ' -:. - ABBAHAM . LINCOLN, . jt " Of llliaoi. , .: . - job tjce psesidest; 'V ; V HANNIBAI. .-HAMIfOTt ' Twenty-three. States were epresen 'ted by fujl. delegations! the Republican National Convention.VLeld'at ..Chicago on tbe 16tb. The 81t States were as follows : Texas, MissourfVKentticky,Virginia, Maryland, ana. Jyeiaware, , Ablegates irom ruwsas ana ttiellistricf of pblumbta were also'admitted to seats,' ,.The whole, number of delegates was four hundred nd -seventy., i jL sanguinary battle lias recently been foughVuear -San Laid Potest, ia Mexico, between the Aiberala and Reactionists," or jfonarcbwt8,,in wbicli the former were vic torious. The present chance favor t the ultimate triumph of the-Liberal party ; but Mexican affairs are uncertain at the best. Mr." Cooper (Dem.) Las been ousted from hia seat as a "member of the present House of Representatives, on the grounds el fraud commit...

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. — 26 May 1860

' . , - ' 1 ' I . t 1 ) i SATURDAY, MAY, 26, 1860 EMPORIA AXJ VICINITY, j FOUDNE DOtXA.il V We will furnish Trie Emporia News? for eves mostus from this: data (inclusive) for ONE DOLLAR !. ' This will include the whole Presidential Canvass, and the returns from all the States withhe. Vpteibf the Electoral College. ?Now is the time to sub ecribe. - ' '' ' 11 be relisious services, by the Baptist TJic-rc wj .. t.i i pi..;.i;.r Piinpfth in this jenoimnauon.iu-iu ulwjc iw."- . .vf't 10. o'clcck A. M-, and i.lace un duuuuj - Rt 7J P. M." Preaching by Kev. it. u. d. Kv. Mr. Lawton. All persons att-.nd . . - We are requested to state that a- meeting of the cUittUS OI "'lnJ'"1 ..w.j .. TVml'hirs' flail on tne arternoon oi June i, (next Saturday) at 2 o'clock, for the purpose of making w.l, arrangements as inay .be necessary to cele brate the coming Fourth f J uly at. Emporia in a Incoming manner, a full attendance. It is hoped that there 'will be I ilr V. H, Hunt is now prepared to take Ain...

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. — 26 May 1860

1 fCT&POK FARMERS. IStttb StOCS ts PasttW. It is said ly old farmer that abeep do very wel! amongst cattle, bat cU do tadlr amongst sheep. To proTt It, let the farmer take the- fodder left bj tba cattle, even when part of it had been trodden coder their feet, and if the mb&p.tre not Very foil fed, they rrl eat it p very greedily; then let him take what his sheep Jeave and offer it to his cattle, and he will find tbey won't taste it, it they can get anything else; or let him tnrn his milk cows in sheep pasture, and he will find them fail In milk. v Cattle do well where horses pasture. In proof of this, every far mer most hare seen that cattle will eat the litter of horses eren if fully fed, but horeea won t eat what cattle leave, unless com pelled to do so. But horses and sheep will do well in some pastures, especially the horses. --To prove this, let- the fanner turn ontihe eLeep from their yards; tarn in his horses, and they will eat op all the sheep ,... i.e. -i. . 1 . i ....

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. — 2 June 1860

(Lf (Bmpxm ttfos IB ITBI.IKHED KTEBT BATTEDAT HORIHNG AT Emporia, Breckenridge County, Kansas, BY ,STOTLEB & RANDALL. JACOB STOTI.EB, " DtTLET KAX9AU. Office Nexm BuUdinp, eomrr of Commercial street and Sixth avenue. Teems Two dollar per annum, in advance. Clubs of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30. All papprs discontinued at the expiration of the time for which they are subscribed. RATES OP ADVEBTISINO. First insertion, per line, ten cents; each subse quent insertion, fiva cents;, one dollar a line, pec mnura. One-fourth column three months, $10; six months, $17; one year, $30. One-half column Uiree months, $17; eix months, $30; one year, $i0. All transient and foreign advertisements must be accompanied by tha cash, to insure insertion. JOB X3 HTZSTTTISTG- 0f "t't1 ki,n,Js' 8Uch M Vrda, Circulars, Ball Tick ets, Handbills, Posters. Ac, executed in the eery best style, and on liberal terms. O" Blanks of all kinds constantly on hand. Vol. 3No. 43. EMPOBIA, KANSAS, SATURDAT, TONE 2, ...

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. — 2 June 1860

5 38 P. B. PLUMB, EDITOR. EMPORIA, KANSAS; "SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1860. REPTJBLiaAJSr TICKET. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Or lUInoU. ' , " FOBVICB PREMDEXT. ' HANNTBAL HAMLIN, 4 Of Ibia. - , The House of Representatives has sub . etituted its own Homestead bill for that passed by the Senate, by a vote of 104 to 59, and again sent it to the Senate. There is but little doubt that the Senate will re Jject it. ' ' . : ' On the 21st ult. the House of Represent atives passed a joint resolution providin for the adjournment of Congress on the 1 8th of June. " . ' ' ' : Dangerous counterfeit 6's "on the Com rnonwealth Bank, Philadelphia, are said to be in circulation. Better refuse all five do lar .notes of this bank until a good xlescrip tion can be had. . . y. EsUbrook, the Congressional Delegate from Nebraska, has been ousted from his seat, wbic.h has been awarded to Mr. Daily bis Republicans competitor. The commit tee on elections, a majority of whom are anti-Republicans, made a report unanimous y reco...

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. — 2 June 1860

SATURDAY, JUNE 2f 1860. EMP ORIA AND VICINITY. ' The spring's gay promise melted into thee, Fair Summer I and thy gentle nugn i here , Thy emerald robes are on each leafy tree ; In the blue sky thy voice is rich and clear ; .nd the free brooka hare songs to bless thy reign They leap in music midst thy bright domain." We visb it to be distinctly understood, now as heretofore, tit ve publish no communication un ' accompanied by the name of the author not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of gocA faith- Recollect the "Celebration" meeting this after noon at 2 o'clock. Let there be a full turnout As the celebration, if held, is to be a general affair, all should be heard in the arrangement of its pre liminaries. ' Rev. O. C. Iforse will preach in Templars' Hall to morrow (Sabbath) at 11 o'clock AM., and at the urae time and place. each succeeding Sabbath antil further notice. "' '. A portion of the necessary funds for the erection o( a Baptist Church edifice in this place,...

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. — 2 June 1860

The Chicago Nominations. -Coxcixeed. f 1 ' f ' AT SPEISQriELD, ILL. l". I ; ., The announcement of Lincoln's nomina tion was made at Springfield at noon to-day. The city to-night is in a blaze of excite ment. A large and enthusiastic meeting assembled at the Slate House, and was ad dressed by several prominent citizens. The meeting adjourned at nine o'clock, escorted by' the Young America Band, and proceeded to the residence of Mr. Lincoln. His ap pearance was the signal for immense cheer ing. When it ended, he said that he did not suppose that the honor of such a visit was intended particularly for himself as a private cUizen.-but rather to the representa tive of a great party. In reference to his position on the political questions of the day, he referred his many enthusiastic peers to cis previous public letters and speeches. The speech throughout, which wa3 brief, was loudly applauded. Peidat, Hay 18. One hundred guns are now being fared by some of the enthu siastic Republicans ...

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. — 9 June 1860

' i " '''. VV'' ' ' ' SmSBSnmSSSnmSBSBnSmSSmSBjBSmMsmSBBmBmSSSSBBSS Cjje &mpxm U'cfos IB PCBLIKBXD EVEBY SATtjaDAT XORMKO AT Emporia, Breckenridge County, Kansas, BY STOTIJEB & RANDALL. jacob axon, duplet eaxpall. Office Netot Buildina, corner of Commercial street and Sixth avenue. BATES OP ADVERTISING. First insertion, per line, tea cents; each sub q'icnt Insertion, fir cents; on dollar a line, per innum. One-fourth column three mouths, $10; ix raoatha. $17: one year. $30. One-half column ive months, $17; six months, $30; one year, $50. All transient and foreign advertisements must b accompanied by the cash, to insure La t anion. Tims Two dollars per annum, in advance. Clubs of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30. All pap1 discontinued at the expiration of the time for which they are subscribed. - JOB PRINTINO Of all kinds, such as Curds, Circulars. Ball Tick ets, Handbills. Posters. 4c, executed in the wr best tttflet and on liberal terms. O" Blanks of all kinds constantly oa h...

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. — 9 June 1860

P. B..ELU.M 15, EDITOR. V . SATURDAY- JUNE 1860. . ABRAHAM- LINCOLN, -'.' FOE TICS PBESIDEXT, ' ; V HAlTHTBAli HAMLIN, " - Of Maine. . ' - - -The record-otinfamyiscompkte I Moo day last, tbe 4th instant, the United Suites Senate postponed lite House bill for the admis sion cf, Kansas into the Union by a vote of jii jo 27, which is equivalent to a rejection ! So our eeasori of pupilage under Democratic inisnileia notye tended. The heroism and self-sacrifice with which the people of Kan sas hare vindicated their right of self-government is, in the eyeaof the Democratic majority in the United States Senate, a crime of such magnitude as unfits them for mem berehip in the confederacy of States ! It is useless to waste words in, denouncing this outrage and its authors- Judging by the past, we had no right to expect anything laetJhougli we, had hoped for a different Yesult. .' Brethren, let us thank God that the vmensmre. favorable for the epeedy ovei throw . of the. despotism that control...

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. — 9 June 1860

"sXtURDAY, JUNE 9, X 860.1 jjfP ORIA AND VICINITY. j The regular yearly meeting of the Christian Church, of this place, commenced yesterday eve ...1 will be continued to-day and to-morrow. loneer. Rev. G. W. Hutchinson, of lAwrcnce, is the officiating minister. . The first Quarterly- Meeting of the Methodist Tniscopal Church will be held at Kirkendall's School House, on the Cottonwoodr five, m iles .t rX Emporia, commenoing at 11 o'clock, A- f of to-daj, (Saturday) and continuing over Sabbsth. The opening sermon will be preacnea lc Rev. Mark Roberts, P. E..;. ; ' We are reqnestedjo stato.that there will be a .,:- ( the ladies of Emporia ana vicinity. Monday evening, at the Emporia House, for the purpose of making some preu.m.j "''""6 Innta in regard to the celebration of the Fourth r.f tw ;a Emporia. All the ladies in town are exacted to be present. - ; Pebsonai- -Lyman Allen and lady, with C. Bornsby and G. W. Deitzler, Esqs., of Lawrence, mve& ie Emporia yesterday. They are on...

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. — 9 June 1860

FACTS FOR FARMERS. Bctatxos nr Qutoxa Caops. The o ccsfiitv of rotation of crona in cntinro , i ttzareraall recognized. , It " is . qoal!y ? necessary for tbriftines fa garden vegeta ble. It if of course well known that the same vegetable should not be planted in the same locality from year to year. The fol lowing rules for rotation in the garden, we owe to the Surburban JZorticuIturitt : Turnips should . not follow any of the turnip tribe, sea-tale or horse-radish; peas should not follow beans. In general, plants of the same natural order, or tribe, should not follow each otbsr. Carrots should not follow beets, nor on ions potatoes; that is, plants which draw their sustenance from near the surface should alternate with those that run deeper; and conversely. Plants which remain several years in the same soil, should alternate with those that occupy a given soil for a shorter period. Plants the produce of which is gathered - in summer, should be' succeded by those whose produce is ga...

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. — 16 June 1860

ar.L .re. Ct (mp aria B PCBUUTKD EVEKT SATrAT MOKX1SO AT Emporia, Breckenridge County, Kansas, BY STOTLEE 5 EANDALL. JACOB STOTLKR, ' DUPLET KAKDALt- QXctXews Buildinp, corner of Commercial street "f arui SirtA avenue. HATES OP ADVEBTIS1"NG. First insertion, per line, ten cents; each subse quent insertion, fire cents; one dollar a line, per in num. One-fourth column three months, $10; ix months, $17: one year, $3!. One-half column i.iree months, $17; six months, $30; one year, $50. All transient and foreign advertisement must be accompanied by the cash, to' insure insertion. Teb Two dollar per annum in advance. Club of ten, $17 " Club, of twenty, $30. All paper discontinued at the expiration ol the time for which they are subscribed. JOB PRINTINO Of all kinds. uch as Cards, Circulars. Ball Tick ets, Handbills, Fosters, Ac, executed iu the eery best stylr, and on liWral terms. ' , D" Blanks of all kinds constantly on hand. Vol. 3-No. 45. KNIPOELV, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1860. Who...

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. — 16 June 1860

P..B. PLUMB, -EDITOR. 'v-EMPOBIA, KANSAS : SATURDAY, JUNE 16. 1863. REPTTBIilOAW TICKET. TO PBKSIDKXT. - ABBAHAM LINCOLN, .. FOB TICE PRESIDENT, ' HANNIBAL HAMLIN, - Of tUlM. Tb telegraph reports to n the following : Wahj:jt03 June 6. Tb Democrats of the Senate held a caccus this loaning, at which they agreed to vote on Mr. Green' amendment to the Kansas bill, changing the boundaries, and send the question back to the people., .: . . In addition to this our Delegate, M.J. Parrott, telegraphs as follows : .: . J Wasjujigtow, June 7, 4 r. M. Btate Bill kopeksaly down. Adjourn on the 18th. . Mabccs J. PAanorr. . ' This is definite, and we presume settles the matter. Free Slates are evidently at a discount in the United States Senate. , The Baltimore "wing" of the Democratic Convention meets next Monday, the 18th instant. 7 Ex-Gov. Horatio Seymour, who has been mentioned in connection with the nomina tion at Baltimore, has written a letter de clining the honor of being beaten by Lincoln...

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. — 16 June 1860

SATURDAY, JUNE 16 1860. EMPORIA AND VICINITY. Rev. J. C. Fraker will preach in McElfresh's Uall nrt SabUth at 1 o'clock A. M. Mr. Rankin's tinging class meets every Monday T.ning at McElfresh's HalL Persons holding Emporia Shore will do well to read a notice to them published in onr columns (his week.. r-i -T . V',''' ; ; .; : The premium list of the first exhibition of the 1 3WCvenriiJg County Agricultural and Mechani I i e.-.r,.fr has been mads out bv tho Executive Committee, and will bo published in our next, or which we sbaTl'rrint, and have for sale, a number of extra copies. The Methodist Quarterly Meeting, announced wt week was held in grove on the Cottoawood, nesr Mr Kirkcndall's. The oflfciating ministers were Revs. Robertson and Taylor. The stten isnce was large. Mr. Robertson also preached in the Christian Church, in this place, Thursday evening. "With the rapid increase of numbers which has followed the organization of the Methodist church in this place, the necessity of...

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. — 16 June 1860

FACTS FOR FARMERS. Sorghum Rzpxsncxcs asd Notes. J. D. PprtCT,39farrtt coaaty,, write ,u that hi w. ucceetful in h ; manufacture of molasses from eorgbum made it at a cost of 35 or 40 ceota per gallon. He failed utterly in the attempt to make sttyar from it. He aaya "I do;oot agree with you and other ,in'; the opinion : that one man should prepare for and do the sugar-making for a neighborhood.- The hauling of the cane any distance would cost more than ita manufacture. . I ground my cane in a wooden mill, which did not cost me over 812 or 815, at the rate of a gallon per min ute, with two horses. The rollera of the mill were twenty inches in diameter. I think every farmer should raise and manu facture his own molasses, unless he can buy for thirty cents per gallon ; and I ara not sure but he can make it for less than that, with the necessary experience. If sugar can be raised as successfully as molasses, U will be folly for farmers to depend on others for their sweetening in future....

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. — 23 June 1860

jS rCBUBHID ETXBT 8ATCMAT MORXIXQ AT j-mp0ria, Breckenridge County Kansas, BY STOTLEB & BANDAMj. JAC06BTmJV ' DCDLXT ADALL. pjfcctNetr Building, corner of Commercial street Tebh Two dollars per annum in advane. Cldbi of ten, f 17. Clubs of twenty, $30. AU tPrs dieotinued at the' expiration of the far which they are rckeriW. iphysician and Surgeon, Jt.MrtJa.iA luaaAa. DR. M. BAILEY Has resumed the practice of hledicine and Surgery, n Emporia and vicinity. ITOfle in his new brick building, on Com- Vicrcial street. rll O S E usuiug ui5 i rvicwiunsi services 01 I) It. C. C. SLOCUM, Physician and Surgeon, T!--ii 11 at his residence half a mi'.e J. H. WATSON, Attorney at Law, EMPORIA, KANSAS. I. D. BAILEY, ' Attorney? fy jlor t Law, ' TJILL-(rive. jronrp$, and. faithful attention lo I V an v buaine&s of a legal nature that' may be Lntrueted to hiseare in any court of the Territory. IT Utnce in nis buiIUin;?, on Commercial strert. n46 S. N. WOOD, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Cot...

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. — 23 June 1860

P. B. PlAJMB, EDITOR.' 'EMPORIA, KANSAS; SATURDAY JUNE 23. 1S60. RSPtTBUOAW , 'A'lCiLiJr. ; FOR FBE8IDSXT. ABRAHAM LINCOLN, or niiuii. .. . . ' tO TICK rHESIBEXT. HANNIBAL HAMLIN, Of Mala. . W hav news from -Baltimore up to o'clock of Monday afternoon. The Demo cratic Convention bad assembled and a motion bad been made to admit the seced ing "delegates, -provided they would pledge themselves to abide the action of the Con vention; and on this motion the previous question was demanded. The - call for the previous question was not sustained, New York with the South, voting solid Against it. This is considered unfavorable to Mr, Douglas prospects for the nomination. Another, split with two separate nomina tions is not at all improbable. lion. S. M. Burroughs, a member of the House of Representatives from New York, died at bis residence a few days since. We have a rumor from the river that Con gress adjourned on Monday, and that the President immediately issued his proclama tion conveni...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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