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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 23 June 1860

SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1860. EMP OltIA AND VICINITY. Vegetables of all kinds taken on subscription at this office. . Rer. Mr. Lawton, Baptist, will preach at the Christian Church" to-morrow TSahbatlij at'lOTA: 11., and probably in the evening at the same place. Tbe public are invited "attend. - Rev.Mr. Fah-cWld,of Cottonwood Falls, will! nreach at McElfrefb's PaH next Sabbath at 10. ' ,'clock and every two weeks thereafter at the same time and plaoer until the return 01 itev.j. C. Fraker from the East. Rev Mr. Drummoud, Episcopal minister, rill preach in Emporia on the fourth Sunday of July. Further notice of time and place of holding the meeting will be given in due season. The tew Cemetery grounds are now being sur Vered into lots by H. S. Sleeper, Eaq., County Surveyor. In a few days they will be ready for those who may wish to -purchase. "S. J. S-," Westport, Mo., is informed that all lands entered, in this county before the firstof January, i860, were taxed for the year 1859, under...

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. — 23 June 1860

; XiMlSCELLAXEO US ITEMS. Ucut Sam's Farm. The amount of land the United States Ooreroment has for sale is almost incalculable. All the people of fourteen States and Territories denre their title to their land from the Federal Government, and the records and files evin cing the inception of their rights are pre served in the general land office at Wash ington. The public domain now covers a surface, exclusive of water, of 1,450,000, 000 acres. The Government has sold about 120,000,000 acres of land daring the last quarter of a centurp, for less than 3150, 000.000. It will thus be seen. Uncle Sam 'a farm is still sufficiently large for practical mrposes, and though he should sell off anas for centuries to come, he would Lave an abundance still, even if he. does not en large his borders by the annexation of Cu ba, Mexico and half the rest of the world. Stampedx ot Negroes. The Frederick (Md.) Examiner, ot llay 30th, ears : "On Monday night some eight or ten slaves, belonging' to perso...

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. — 30 June 1860

Oc (Bmpxh lottos m PUBUSHSD ETEET 8ATPDAT MOKSIHO AT Emporia, Breckenrfclge Coaatr, Kaaias, BY STOTLEB & BATTDALL. jaoob rronjeay. . V - '-: WtT WAIX. QfceeNeu BuiUinp, corner of Commercial street and Sixth avenue. -: BATES OF ADVERTISING. First insertion, per line; ten cent;'ech anbse quent insertion.- fire cents; one dollar line, per -innum. One-fourth column tlfee months, $10; x moudis..$l?; one year, $30. One-half column uree months, $17; six months, $30; one Tfr, $50. I ..eii-in, BUU iurtiiru au wruaemenwmust oe i Accompanied by the cash, to insure insertion-.;-., Tebju Two dollar per annum in advance. Clubs of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30. All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which they are subscribed. - I JOS PRIMTINO Of all kinOs. such as Curds, CiwuUtrr Ball Tick ! ets. Handbills, Posters, e., executed ia the eery ! oel Utile . and on liluil .,- Vol. 3 No. 47. EMPOBIA, KANSASSATURDAYV JUNE 30, 1860. Whole No. 151. j bo" lyle, and on libersl tcrm "...

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. — 30 June 1860

u f M Si 1 1 J ' 1 i I' ll If 5 V h '1 f. 3 fl fi t":: rv. P. B. PLUMB, EDITOR. , EMPORIA. KANSAS t SATURDAY. JUKE gQ iggfr RgPTOLIOAW TIOKST. P08 FS53ISSXT. ABRAHAM MNCOLH, " - Of IUUeia. 1 ; "ryog tics. president. ,, HAKWIBAI, HAMLIN, ' Saturday night, "tli 23d we received the allowing ; telegraphic dispatch from Mr. " Parfott; h .-.',, .- ' .. -? .-. !i::' " ,. " WassuroToy, Jane 20,1 60. SHoaiestead" putd ; protect pre-emptors two years, whether land sales advertised or not. They n purchase at half-price. 1L J. PAEROTT." v We presume thi will meet tiie case of ta 8UIerg on the public lande in the -Fort Scott and Junction City Land Districts though there is no reason why they should not be 'allowed the full privileges of the Homestead measure. But this ia much bet ter than nothing. Great credit is due Mr. Parrott for his promptness in this matter. We. have nothing further in regard to the Homestead till, and do not know even its general principles, but presume that it is a compro...

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. — 30 June 1860

mmmnn. SATURDAY JUNE 30. 1860. EMPORIA AND VICINITY yoridi-AJl pewpjw Jto intend ' to contribute, j provisions for th .celebration, ar requested to j briog them in on the 3d, if possible, or early on j the morning of the 4th .- There will be a commit jea of gentlemen and ladiea in Attendance at the : Pining Bowey to receive and take charge of them . By order of Committee'of Arrangement. ' . . . i The Celebration." - The arrangement for the celebration of the fourth are now nearly complete. A fine bower twbeen erected in the south-west part of town in which the dinner will be served, and another will be put up on the north-east for the speaking, lining, c- Nothing will be left undone by the citizens cf Emporia and vicinity to make this ffjir one wortliy the occasion . The exercises at the speaker's bower will con- girt of prayer, an Oration ny vr. d. jt. watson. of thia place, reading of the Declaration of Inde MadBce,end vocal and instrumental music. The folio'" S named gentlemen ar...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 30 June 1860

mmxm , SOILED TJTJ3 OF PBEMIUMS . For the First -Aat Exkibititm of the "fc ' - B reck en rid Coonty ' Agricultural.-and Mechanical Society. Horses First Division.. Best Stallion, American Stock Journal 1 year. 2d American Agriculturist. Best pair matched horses for the rcd, do. -2d . . , ; - 'Cultivator. Best -pair matched Hares fur the road. Am. AgrVt. 2d.. " " " Cultivator. Beet 'pair draught Horses or Mares, Am. Agricul't 2d " m " Cultivator. Best pair of Ponies, " Awarding Committee F G Hunt, Robert Uett, C , C..CqJ.umlia, P R Page, Wm Rawson. .'Ilorses-r-Scond Division., ...,' Best Gelding for road', American Agriculturist. ' 2d da. Cultivator. : Best Mare for road, American Agriculturist. 2d do.. Cultivator.. ' Best Brood Mare, Prairie Farmer. - 2d do.. Cultivator. --' Best Saddle Horse, do. Best Poor. do. ; Awarding Committee Q J Tidlma-n.W'H Mickel, I Bancroft, vm Wbitlock,- John' Conner. CoVe 'and Fillevs Third Division. Best pair -Colts tinder 4 years, either horses or umr...

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. — 7 July 1860

a TUXttWXSvaT 8ATCSJAT MOBjriKO AT ! . -... . --- . Emporia Breckenridge County, Kansas BY STOTLEB & BAHDALL. i - r. -. . w - - 1 JL . w - .- ' c&cKevm SmUdina, corner of Cbtwree( sfrae nd Sixth avenue. j Tekms Two dollar per toiuia. in ad vanee. Clubs of tea, flT. Clnbs of twenty, $30. f rr r'T r i- ? t, , 1 4 i -AH paper diiecratinffed At the expiration of the , time for whiel they ar aabacribad. 4 '--.( J. P. HEWION,. . .. Physician and Surgeon, EMPORIA KANSAS. ; DB. II. BAILEY . Has resumed the practice of Medicine and Surgery, !n Emporia and ricinity. . ' . j ; " 70iHe in his new brick building, on Oom raereia street. . . rp M O S B - Wishing the Professional servioes of DR. C. C. 8 LOCUM, Physician and Surgeon, Will please call at his residence half a mile touth-esit of Emporia. . nStf J. H. WATSON, Attorney at Law, r 'i EMPORiA, KANSAS. L. D. BAILEY, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, EMPORIA. KANSAS. - WJlUi give prompt and faithful attention to T any business of a lega...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 7 July 1860

P.;B. PLUMBEDXTDR. iltJRDAY, JULY 7-1860' V gl3X"Crs XJO AIST TICKET. . AB2AHAM: UOf C?OL2T, Of IUiarts. - f ' V VOX TIOB rBSatOXVT, HANNIBAL HAJILHT. . . - . Of Maia. Mr. Parrott has our thank for valuable public documents. . . - It it smwuscsd that lb mammoth steam ship Graat Eastern will aail from Liverpool lor Htw-Yot4ttt-tU46tb instant.- ..... . Hoa. Owen JLovrjoj, baa been re-nomi wtedw Congress from the Third District iliiooM by acclamation. ; -: 1 r IXott. 8. R. Card has been r nominated 'for Congress- by the Republicans of the first 'dUttfet of ; WW ; ' - -'The Republicans of the 11th Coosrres toti&I district of .Ohio bare sminated for Congress Hon. U7 V." Horton, of Meigs oouaty. Ex-President Pierce has declared against Douglas, and the Boston Post, the oldest and most influential Democratic paper in New England, has;- come oat for BrecLen ridge and Lane. K V:.t, The Vermont Republican Convention as sembled at Rutland on the 27ih ult., and nominated Hon. Erastus Fairba...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 7 July 1860

SATURDAY: JULY 7. 18G0. EMPpRMxD.vicmY. The services of the dedieaUon of the Congre gational Church ia this place, w ill eetne off, to morrow, (Sabbath) commencing at 10 o'clock M. They will be of unusual interest, and rBeral invitation is extended to the people of tii. place end vicinity to be present. Lt Tuesday Bight light shower f rain fell hrc -while few miles east and south ouch besvier end did jnoeb good to the growing corn .Dd powtoc.. -Jfcfle Creek an J the vicinity of Seosho Rapid, were benefitted mosUy by this jgin, which was much needed. Five families of tin igrents-: from Iews-parsed through town Thursday, bound for the Walnut od Whitewater. . ; To-day. at 12 o'clock, the mercury in the ther mometer rote to 103, out of the sun and wind, and 108 where exposed only to me latter. This is the boUettof theseseon. . Vamf ' Congregational Church, in Emoorie. on Monday evening, July 2-1, byR. r C Mutk. Mr. Piglet Randam. to Miss tun CbajIbiW. formerly of MeHenry. 111. It U wiii...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 7 July 1860

k SCHEDULE OF PREMIUMS tie FlrstU&naual Exhibition of the ' Breekenridg-e Couty . Asriecitfiial d - - ttMkoaJsal 8ocietr Horses First Division. Best Stallion. American Stock Journal mr, Sd " American Agriculturist. , , Best pair msUhsd bones Car th road, do. " ' f : 'i-rdV'.r -: . - Cultivator. XUit pair matenod ilsre forth s'roa-3. Am. Ajrri't. Sd " : - - - Cultivator. Best pair draught Earns or Uaree, Am. Agricul't . v-" - Cultivator. Best pair of Ponies, . Awarding Committer? G Hutft, Robert Best 0 i ; C Columbia. F E Page, Wn Biwm, ' '-' t- Horses Second Division. r Bsst Gelding for road, Amsrioan Agriculturist" 2d doj Cultivator-. . . .. . . . , . Et Mara for road, American AffrkuUnrist. Sd do.. Cultivator. - Irt Brood Mare, Prairie Fanasr. : -r 3d do-Cultivator. . , Beat Saddle Hone, do. Best Pony, do. , . ... . ' Ataamdint (Wiila fl T.TUlt.. Itct TT ., . E P Bancroft, Wn Wbitlock, Job a Conner. - Colts and Filleys Third Divide. .. ' - Seat nair Oolta iiruW A. vmm jith ho ...

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. — 14 July 1860

,TtT STY' . . . .. 1 is ruBLisniD iTat satcsjjat xoenino at Emporia' BreekeBiidge County Kansas, BY STOTLEB & EANDAI.li. JACOB STOTLEB, Office News Bialdino, corner of Commercial street ami Sixth avenue., v v .-- Tesms Two dollars per annum in advance. Clubs of ten, $17. . Clubs of twenty, $30. All papers discontinued at the expiration oi the time for which they are subscribed. J. F. HEWI0N, Physician . and Surgeon, EMPORIA KANSAS. DR. M. BAILEY, , . . Has resumed the practice of x ,. Medicine and Surgery, In Emporia and ricinity, . COfBee in his new brick building, on Com me rcial street. . Wishing- the Professional service of DR. C C. SLOCUM, Physician and Surgeon, ; mil please call at his re;dence half a mile -outh-past of Emporia. n6-tf X H. WATSON, ; r Attorney at;Xav, EMPORIA. KANSAS. L. D. BAILEY, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, EMPORIA, KANSAS. T7ILL give prompt and fuithful attention to Vl any business of a legal nature that may be entrusted to his care in any court 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. — 14 July 1860

P. B. PLUMB, EDITOR. ' EMPOBIA, KANSAS ; ; SATURDAY. JULY 1 4 186a. rectors, or any other information concerning the institution. We have sot paid U editors ut- uung to pan us, ana ao cot tntena to : mot per nape account sotnewnai tor we mux la tae eoeoa cat. All we ask of them is to state the troth whenever they hare anything to uy, as they may u csuca upon w cobbuic weir assertions. Oar readers w 111 please notice that Mr. Smith dore not denf our assertion that the charter o the ''Lawrence Bank' u illegal That aasettton we still maintain. It has never boen submitted to Congress as re quired bj a U. S. Law, and ir. therefore illegal. ; How. much the "bills of this 'Bank',' are resile- worth, when the basis The Senate, before its adjournment, rati-ln hich they are issued is illegal, and the fiedlhe treaties niadV with tie Delaware charter which authorizes their issue is null Sac and Fox, and Kaw Indians. The terms I na Toi we "9 public to judge. ; ABBABAH UWCOLir. ' - 0 TIC FEBStDES...

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. — 14 July 1860

SATURDAY. JULY 14. 1880. EMPORtA AND VICINITY. Probate CoMrt. Those interested will take notice thai a special term of the Probate Court of Breekenridge Conn t will loldcn Emporia, on Monday, Au . ait 13th, 1860. . A. J. MITCHELL. 15 r . ProbaU Judge. A meeting of the citizens of Emporia and vi cinity will be held on Saturday afternoon next, the 21st inet, to take steps for the organization of military company. Be on hands, boys. The dedication of the Congregational Church took place last Sabbath, according to previous notice. Rev. Mr. Liggett preached the dedication Krmon, after which Rev. Mr. Howe, the pastor, csve a brief but' interesting account of the build ing of the Church the obstacles encountered and . oTttcome, Ac. The audience waa then dismissed. and the Sacrament oi ioe juotu s oupper was participated in members of the different ehtrcbe. of the place. The Uttle Church waa filled to overflowing du- s the sermon, which waa listened to with parked stfcntioo throughout,' and...

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. — 14 July 1860

TORNADOES. ; ;' ') , It it riot caT to conceive ' of any object mora terrific tban oneoi tnose storms which luiTe recently epent themselves in tbe West. That which has jnst traversed Southern low and North-western Illinois, appeal a to have been the most destructive of any whose ravages are recorded in our country's history; the loss of life having probably exceec led one hundred and fifty persons. pursucg out mm eqaaj suddenness ana almost eaaal rsmditr. thpao visitors ar much more to be dreaded than the thunder bolt, which chooses but the individual for its mark. The tornado does Us work by wholesale. It is content with nothing short or villages and forests as its prey. It goes forth like death, armed with a scythe, and mows at a swaih a hundred rods in breadth by as raanv miles in length. Its track is thickly strewn with trees torn up, buildings shivered to fragments, and human beings killed or maimed. It 6hows no pity to age, , mz, or condition ; but hurries all to their final a...

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. — 21 July 1860

2c? fyf.&mpm Dittos B PCIUSHED tTUT SATCDAT HOESIXO AT EmpoilB, Brcckeeridge Ccunty, Kansas, BY STOTLER & RANDAL!.. ,ACOI STOTLta. DIDLEY H5IBALL. j:Vp BoUdino, corner of Commercial otreet W1 ; mmd'S'zth avenue. : snbse- um. eer- ! - . . t a terse months, $10;- is fewawM!. iT meycv3.33. Oas-hsif solum nree month. $1?; iix month, $30; one year, IMi Ail transient and foreign adtrartisinienta niwst fee oeotnpanied by the eash, to iasurs iatsrtica. j gua Two doll per annum in advance. Cub. of ten. $17. . Club, of twenty, 30. All rpers discontinued at the expiration ot the time for which they are subscribed. Of all kinds, snch a Cards, Circulars, EaTI Tfck ets. Handbills, ronton, c., executed ia ths acqs Oat and on liberal term. E7" Blank of all kind constantly enltaaj. Vol. 3No. 50. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1860. Whole No. 154. J. F. HEWIOH, Phvsician and Surgeon, EMPnniA KAVSAS. DR. M. BAILEY Bat returned Uia practice of ledioine and Surgery, troporia and vicinity. j...

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. — 21 July 1860

P. B? P,tJMJV EDITOR. ' SATURDAY JUL3Cii 1 r" AB2AHAM LINCOLN rOS TICK XJEEilDEXT. " IIAKNIBAL 'HAMLIlf, Trn .. . J -OC Xaiim., .. , ' JEWS BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL., ' o Oregon elects j Democratic Congrf ssman yT01?''8 majority, butthe Opposi tion have a majority, ot eigrft on joint bal Rt in the Legislature, which ia to elect two United 8uies Senators. " J 1 - t i All efforts at a Compromise between the two winga of the Democracy have failed UU4jv Etch c paityt .will? run :ita. own electoral ticket, in every Stale where it baa foothold. ; : . . - ' r. John Sherman baa been re-nominated for Congress, by acclamation, by the . Republi cana of the 13ih (Ohio) Congressional Dis trict.: - ' " - - " ' larije. and enthusiastic meeting of Fill more and conservative men mostly mer chants and i manufacturers -was held in ITew-Tork City the i evening of July IClh, ratifying the nomination of ' Lincoln and Hamlin, and pledging to' the Republican ticket an earnest and undivided support. Senator Cli...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 21 July 1860

. SATURDAY; J0LY:?lM 18CO. J EMPORIA AXD V1CIXITT. - , Probate ,Cooxt.; -Those interested -will taker notice that a special tnrm of the Probata Court of Breckenridge Coun- tvwill be holden at. Emporia; on Monday,' Au- V --. .n. i . . t : 'rTTrTIT?T T '- ( gustl3tn, iww..; ... A. J. MITCHELL. , Probate Judge. Rev. Mr. Callaway, ' Episcopal Minifter, from Topeka, will preach ntlhe Congregational Church in this place on Wednesday evening. Aug. 1st, at the wual hour. A general attendance is invited. Mr. Callaway is represented as being a man of tare talesta as a minister and public speaker, and while there are but few members of the Episcopal Church in this vicinity, we hoi to see a large i at tendance of our citizens. . . r -j '. Xri-weekly service has now been commenced on the Lawrence and Emporia mail" route. The first arrival undiir the new arrangement was last ' ht. The stage leave Lawrence every Monday. Wednesday and Friday morning, arriving here the same evening coining the whole...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 21 July 1860

Wit py?riirpS 'fCLkCX ROPC rEBFCBMAVrS Bf 'A K.AT. a -Hit are somewhat pruverbiafr Jtheir natural inatinot, which ofien manifests it '..elf in. expedients waorted to by them for self-preservation. We were witness f an instance of tl a day or two since. Dick, - Bar familv rat. had eauVht a rat : nA ;.:.. a. trntrtrlo for lihrt anrt Aaw Y,f L. "e" nre 1 1 tr- ijtiier -nima escaped op a ponton which was , (r?thrd a clothes Iins. Oat npon thU the fugitive walked, a la Blondfn and Dj lave. till he had reached what he doubtless con- sidered a safe" distance rom his pursuer, where he paused to await the issue, watch ing, Willi distended oils, his enemj the cut. .The latter, meanwhile had lost no time in t pursuing his prey, baring reached the tp of the post, attempted to imitate hU rat ship in his slaok-rope performances. But finding this impossible, he descended to ire ground, and after pausing for a , moment u watching bis prey be apparently became be wildered at the strange turn matters...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 28 July 1860

i 1;: Ot fJmjioriit Dittos 18 rlBUSnTD EVERY 8ATCRBAT HOMIXQ AT Empo'ia Breckenridge County, Kansas, BY STOTLEB & RANDALL. JACOB ETOTLEB, DCDLEY BAXDAIX. -ycf Xetcs BuUdino, corner of Commercial street J' and' Sixth ateiwe. - - ; Q'Jf ADVBHTISING. f . . riritv;B !b. peciie,ilen eenta; each aabo-!);-c ii . -loc. nt cents; one dollar a Hm, pr Rauio. One-fourth column thr months, $10; ix month. $17; one year, $30. One-half eoluiaa Uiree month. $17; six months, $30; on jnr, $50. A.U transient and foreign adTertisetnenU must b accompanied by the cash, to insure insertion. Jjjb Two dollar per annum, in ad ranee. Club of ten, $17.' Clubs of twenty, $30. All papers discontinued at the expiration ot the time for which they are subscribed. JOB PRINTINO Of all Vin J. such as Cards, Circulars. Ball Tick ets, Handbills, Costers, &c, executed in th ssry best ttylt, and on liberal terms. O Blanks of all kinds constantly on hand. Vol. 3- No. 51. EMPORIA, KANSAS, ' SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1860. W...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 28 July 1860

CV, rtrr & P. B. PLUMB, EDITOR. - EMPORIA-, KANSAS; SATURDAY, JULY 28.'. 1809.'' TOM. PEK3ISBNT. ABBAHAM MNCOLU, ....... . or niBu. HAKNIBAX. HAMLIN. 0 Hate. ' , BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL. 'Hon." Fredr P. Stanton, of Kans.ia, ad dressed an immense gathering of Republi cans at St. Louis on theereningof the 24ih instant. '. The Douglas ties beld a ratification meet ing at Springfield, 111., on the 25ch, (last Wednesday) which is claimed to have been tbe largest political demonstration ever beld in Illinois. It is estimated that at least forty thousand people were in attendance. The greatest enthusiasm prevailed. Gen, Jo Lane is on a visit to the home of bis ancestors in North Carolina. He has been heartily welcomed by the Governor, Supreme Judges, and prominent officials and citizens generally. - The news from the Jefferson Gold Mines is cheering, and new discoveries of gold are ,t reported. The new rich leads are all on tbe Lead -waters of the Blue and Arkansas rivers. ' V. ,Tbe Pike'...

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