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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 28 July 1860

aw, and T, loims an.) f the Tn oflfer proof -& IQ uarter and inn . :rriiory. land, will fore us at Register. Receiver. JO. west sii0 ee, fr, MO. liants, ED OUB arre assort. 1. A C O. Pi pted to the avite the at- na will iell :r a oo. hants! tn?e to erivs hoes, as we la and will :r t Co. OES," Pike'e Peak CR it CO. 14Ty KANSAS. CO., KANSAS r Dry Goods iappy to ear erritory li all descrip- fOES, city, adding to patronize VCE A CO. L, VION CITY. AH, RT SCOTT. 0.; 1ES WORTH- aw,' WARRANT tain of lis.' at Scott feces, ,) at lowest 153m 3 VVELEH aiding, ANSAS- on hand. and done on short p experience oi s me to speas atisfacuon. rages. ES. ed to take first to suit custom tus are of th ' btain life-like mid do well to et. x. m. until 4 A. HUNT. 145y WHRIXlr. trkpatrick the Ladies ot they have 4U8 in? Establish- they would so imings, Ac, oB me to order. paratus in good turn out u" e. Alsa.eor i I V WORTH." 'in wood Mill l me"tinff of the D. 1WM. for1" oration PP"?, mporia.willo receive t...

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. — 28 July 1860

THE LAND SALES, i :l public meetixo"at ATCHISON. At an impromptu meeting held ia the City of Atchison on the evening of the 11th of Jul j, I860, to consider the matter of sale of our public land in the Western and Southern Land Districts. S. C. Pomeroy, J. A. Martin, H. W. Grimes, F. O. Adams, of Atchison county; and Judge J. C. Lamdin and J. Q. Cbam berlin, oC Butler county, were chosen a committee on business and resolutions, and reported through their Chairman the fol lowing preamble and resolutions, which af ter full discussion were unanimously ad opted : Whereas, a Bill called the "Homestead Bill," having recently passed both Houses of Congress, which secured to the actual settler upon our public lands freedom from the sale of his lands for two or more years, and, . Whereas, the voice of the people so unanimously expressed in the passage of mis law, becomes me most binding to law abiding citizens, and, Whereat, innumerable petitions have been signed by our citizens, and have be...

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. — 4 August 1860

xm SIMS, Streets, MO. o.; )calcra ia WARE Fays, Bo Classes ike. FY. MO. INES, V indote Y, MO. P00D5, Cigar, Vo. f!37r b. BAKKXXt, " V..- rssiON agents uuuiug, CITY MO. enter, Street, STEEL, ,s. yL O WS. Id in this 136 ON, DRUGS, frs, kssware, Per- )ruR House. Jl stock of p CIGARS, opr32mC vS, uneous . lery, A Li, Curtains, AMES, JPANY. Third, 1456m . TUATCHEB. TLY, Co. pERS, NTS, PARS aiding1, ry. MO. id best M- eries. or at EAS- nsportation, est Hands, U than any TS that no Joffer. f)ur stock is f every ar e Grocery est Missou to examine n;; from St. in that no rU us. Re- KTLEY sell t of trans- iission Y, MO. lie terms as nC9-ly . r in ARE, VRE, bients pgr, Pipe, Boa orn Shel ows, ' FES. J. S. Chie TY, MO. a n.BLLSHD STWtT SATCIAT MOMIKO AT frmporia, BreckearMhre Countr, Kansas, I 67 STOTLEB c RANDALL. t Vflw Buildind, corner of Commercial strset and' Sixth avenue. ttMTwo dollars per annum, in ad ranee. ;Iab, of ten; $17. v Clabs of twenty, $30. jr.u;nA at. tli A pxnirfltinn of th ...

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. — 4 August 1860

P..B. PLUMB, EDITOR. EMPORIA, KANSAS; SATURDAY. AUGUST 4, 1860. FOB FBESTDEXT. ABRAHAM MKCOLN. FOE VICE PRESIDENT, HANNIBAL. HAMLIN. Of Mii. ' NEWS BY LAST NIGHTS MAIL. Great excitement exist at Occoquan, Ya., near Alexandria, in consequence of the Re publicans raising a banner bearing the names of Lincoln and Hamlin. , Tbe citizens have attempted to demolish it. f The Republicans resisted, and dispatched messengers to the neighboring towns for arms and ammuni tion. Gov. Letcher ordered Gen. Pattan to call out his troops to protect the Republi cans, but the General preferred resigning Lis command. At last accounts, it was ex pected the military at Alexandria would be called out. Occoquan contains three hun dred Republicans, and was the residence of Mr. Underwood, the ostracised Republican Jake Hurd, the notorious Kidnapper, who formerly lived near Lawrence, was shot in Kansas City a few days since by a confed erate. He is not expected to recover. Judge Douglas is makinir an extended...

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. — 4 August 1860

1:5 jiarits, h Kge assort. 1 I. CO. 1 f noth stoek ted to tit v U the st. will eU pants!- r Age to gin toes, at , Si and will PES" Pke'Pak CR A CO. :ansas. CO. KANSAS Dry Good nppy to say rritory f all descrip- )S5 IOES, ciy, adding to patrwi ACE A CO. I., riON CITY. ALL; 'AT SCOTT. , fco., favwwzr. aw. r ARRANT fain of ns, at Scott fhoes. ,) at lowest I53m3 WELEB lildine, nn Vinnrl- and A - .knrt ji experience -Is ni to speak 1 atisfaction. I ES. fred to take first to suit custom tus are of th .btoin life-lit ould do -well to ot. . jl. it. until 4 A. HUNT. 145y - . rriS, noes! US. '" usincss a large tiings. Us all kind e , tunings, munlly kept i 11 cheap as p' on of Kansas to Jer in the best . WII.HITE. . MORRIS. 118 at Law, an GENT, , h of Claims an arts of th.Tr- JarranU. -- LA irkpatricS v In the Ladies it they hTJT" e they wol i minings, done to order Bam '-J. .: SATURDAY, -AUGUST 4, 1 860-, JP ORIA AND VICINITY. ' Probate Court. Those interested -will take notice that a specia...

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. — 4 August 1860

, MAKE YOUR MARK. , In the quarries should you toil, Make your mark. Do you delve upon th soil t Make yeur mark. In whatever path you go. In whatever place yon stand. Moving swift or mowing slow, With a firm' and honest band Make your mark. Should opponents hedge your way, Make your mark. Work by night, or work by day Make your mark. Struggle manfully and well, Let no obstacle oppose ; None right shielded eTer fell By the weapon of his foea Make your mark. What though born a peasant's son Make your mark. Good by poor men may be done Make your mark. Peasant ' garbs may warm the eold. Peasants' words may calm a fear ; Better far than hoarding gold Is the drying of a tear Make your mark. Life is fleeting as a shade Make your mark. Marks of some kind must be made Make your mark. Make it while the arm is strong. In the golden hours of youth ; Never, never make it wrong ; Make it with the stamp of Truih Make your mark. THE AGUE. CFrem Trf. i f th Kiw ausbicam crcLoraotA. It is now admitte...

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. — 11 August 1860

,: , ,,,"'" ' " . :,v -Uj. Zt "mpflffia lottos BATHS OF ADVERTISING. ' -:. First insertion, per line, ten cents; each subse quent insertion, five eenU; oae dollar a line, per mnum. One-foi'rtb. column three months, $10; x months, $17; one year, J3fh - One-half column, three months, $17; six months", $30; ono year, $50. A.ll transient and foreign. advertisements must be accompanied by the cash, to insure insertion. Of all kinds, such, as Cards, Circulars, Ball Tick etsHandbills, rosters, Ac, ex-cuted hi the wry best style, and m liberal teruu. .-.- - ID. Clanks of all kinds constantly on banL IS rCBLISHID IVBKT SATCaDAT XORXnia AT ' Emporia, Breckearidge County, Kansas, BY STOTUBB & RANDALL. - ,ioa wowjaa, kran wsoiu. -' offccKetc Buildina, comer of Commercial street and' Sixth avenue. ' Ts Two dollars per annum, ia advance. Clubs of ten, $17. . Clubs of twenty, $30. All papers discontinued at the expiration ol tie time for which they are subscribed. '., MO. Jen In ,, !RF! Vol. 4...

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. — 11 August 1860

P..B. PLUMB, EXJIT.OB V,' . .ilPdaiA, KANSAS; AttJRD AY. A UGUST 11, 1 860, FOB Fg3IWTT, AJ3HAHAM MlTCOr.1T, , ' F0 TICK PKESIDEXT. ' HANHTBAI, HAMLIN, Of Hiu. ' JTBWS BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL. EticTiojr, Mrws. Missouri. St. Louis county gives Sample Orr, Bell-Everett can , didaie for Governor, 2000 majority ; elect 'Barrett (Dem.) to Congress, over Blair, - (P-) r te vacancy, by about 200 ma jority; but Blair beats Barrett for the: reg ular term nearly 2000; The,, Republican -tY0U throughout the State was cast for Orr, for GovernorJIr: Gardentire, the Repub ' lican candidate, . having withdrawn in hi . xavor. xi is Dejievea tnsi vrr is elected, . , though tbe Pemecratic- eplit on Governor will not amount to over 1000 votes in the ..Stale. In the sixth Congressional district. Rains (Opp. J lis. reported elected to Con gress, over Phelps, Democrat. The returns from the remainder cf the State are very "AortA Carolina !gos Democratic, but by reduced, majority. 1 Kentucky. -In Kentucky. Coo...

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. — 11 August 1860

es and of pio- baSa. jbeinjj kobered ir Bad- fecks aa I fight re kil- w how ePaw. nea af. . Da. ea - ine range- ppotnv-.... parties- pn, Mr, prevails on c many ' he met larger r enure d their 'g they 'ere be. i City. e wild ed the hoped 'ill take lement nd Sol. unless ioiu in spoken ra, all ifirmed, I Rtc In Sep- tueir r of bougUs m, the es will iuion of ouglas ions in ania of simply t. As favor Jnderful " Scc, to nd val- Lad and fracv to 1 by the come will be iber. i 1863. lie the S-ass all party grave Roman iws no Jen and out of work c tuber Five tten Desert, i made rr Gra 1 , from liars of feet as a the doors chitec- ities is a cas y eul. found. em an parent p Cove "SATURDAY." AUGUST, II. 18G0. "gMPORIA AND VICINITY. Probate Conrt. mvfitt, interested will take notice that a special iBT.i. Pmlott Court of BrecVcnridcre Conn- .""mi fcolden at Emporia, on Monday. An- VrVViTiBGO. , A. J. MITCHELL. Probate Judge. 7u.ti3th.ieco. Ofpo-Ken- m ter, in lo vote Repub- th per- J hafe lotism....

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. — 11 August 1860

" 9 i : jfu ' MISCELLANEOUS" ITEMS. S,. In a loog speech a& a. Douglas meeting in . New Orleans, the Hon. John Forsyth de scribes Mr. Breekenridge as "sired by Yan "ey, and got by il kJ Spavined Disunion." fe A Gbsat OlLWzii. The Pittsburg " Dispatch says: "We learn through. Dr. Wm. II. Kern, of -this city, that hia father, Peter Kern, Esq.j of Philadelphia, who has , been prospecting in the oil region, struck a .'-'teinrin Franklin the other-day ,! at the depth of twenty-six feet, which surpasses all other oil wells in that oily country for its abund- -ant yield. The excitement- was : So great that hundreds crowded around flhj ,well to witness the. astonishing' outgushing of the oil. It is thought that fifty barrels of oil -, per day can be pumped out without diQicul- ty.. Not an inch has been bored as yet ; of y course, this will add to the yield when done. r ' All in' all, Vecanffo county surpasses an v section of ;countiy in' the worlds and Is f t . more value than thfc Wash...

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. — 18 August 1860

m maaesf ' ft " - - r - - . "; : . v:-,. .-.rtr .-fr'i.r' v -j-- a---q!y2irr?,,',g 9 I i J . laa.a.MVW M r III L. i Sri. ir.miin t I , L psioxi mm pays, fcc. fa rsr Buildinr, 3 CITY MO. penter, a Street, ) STEEL PLS. PLOWS. old in (hh 136 PON, der ia DREGS, NTS, Glassware, Per- s Drag Heme, bed stock of SD CIGARS, apr 12m( PKS, DfiSS, jrtllaneout mei UIAI Vi it Curtaici I j i r uAii tar- vrs, 4e.,$. ltd Third, SO. lw r. THATCH EATIT, y & Co. OCERS, HANTS, hiaAB Building, CITY. MO. t and best w jL'oceries, ly offer at ES- transportaoo" rices tban .' I ANTS timt"" lean offer. , Ouratoek 11 v ea of every lesale Groc7 th-west Mi? ii i. ramlB ' c dering from e them that ulertell uvATLd5Yu 1 coat of tr"" CO., Chick. hmissiofl :s, ' 5 CITY, J10' REN bealer in KVAB W A ltC blemeJJ15 Belting. , llArroW SAFE- bove CQOfo, EY, - MSSIOV Agents SICITT.J0- . '' -. : ... . - - -f - r o BSB oiriiifA County Kansas, RY Si"'"1" fm.it tiKIUU. Ytic Buudinp, corner y wn"" ' 'Ttro dollar Jmhp annum; ii...

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. — 18 August 1860

1 - i r- i i t """ '. WV Ijr ... 'S .3. fc4 " - - . - . . '." - ill hi Ml "EMPORIA; KANSAS : SATjDRDAV, AUGUST IB. 1 8&X ' FOR AUJaAHAM LINCOLN, - . Of IUiMi. - ... HANHIBAI. HAMMIT, Bctnrot from newly one hundred coun . ties in Kentucky ptve Cootnba. 'American. oej 25,000 majority for Clerk of Court of Appeals, over McG&rty, Lii Democratic competitor. His election is, of coarse, 6urt. .. ' ''v '1 -J Jadge Oliver M. Spencer bu ben nomi "nated by the Republican for Congress, from the first, Ohio, District. John A. Garley from the - aecond district;" and Samuel Crajghheftd, from . the third District. All good men, and true,' who will probably be elected i V . Reliable advices from Pennsylvania as sure the . Republicans that Cartin tlieif can didate for Governor, will hare 20,(700 ma jority against any combination, in October, and Lincoln a still larger one. The Repub licans ther are coifiplely organized and & know their exact sirerigtb. "As goes the Keystone State so goes ...

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. — 18 August 1860

Uaav '1-1 r fcn store Vs fresh ed and ' CO. 4 fcad.500 Y received CO. U:::r:7r:TnT 18. I860. iv.or' Advertisements. A monff our new sarerur. j 1 . .. . i ma. Al KITIIU ff0odlv arrav of the Dew . - fl nrVT TT1ITW - .w W -n-CTTPT? JBr flrt PRC Mil KK. & lAf. O UVJiUJSLtt. . l w . nil v xm.h w i ww w KANSAS CITY, 110. &Wilhlullv& W UPl-d 1 1' ' : - i verv Monday, "W'eJ- ..stt 3?r' e t f. Leaves every - , T7i H . T ML u . ' . . . at J Thursday d Saiurdajr. TrVT.:.:,. at 3:1& same y. . e.,. at iu a- -r jleturoi Scon - Return ni-rtl cfl .Yd Thursday. Returns f;..:jri;vM it 12 M. every C' . ia M. every Thursday- M-Arrive. at 12 K. erery fit I itt.J rf " - 3 YLT.avm 'With vhfln City, Leavenworui . irrt are UUUUUt asava- - many 01 our - personally Zl house of glty 11st -. - . . J.S.Ch.eK - ... New Mexico as one 01 we ne.... able firm in the West, with unsurpassed facilities for buying cheap, and a cnromc ui "cheap for cash." . ' Scarcely less well, ana eeiwuiy v j-v-,- all kn...

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. — 18 August 1860

"""gfyt- ja- ,,,- - - - , .2"!HTauo",. 3HTL '.mmsEtmSm .00 a aayd.gr .v.t. i 5 if - Pi- 1.3'. !-! t.i t ; v.f , j if ? '.i i- I'M' i k "A 1 :. r - Uiv ! 4r. i. . . . ; !? ' : ; I t ' v. SUMMER. BT KAXT HQ WITT. "Tia summer joyous lommer tine ! 1 In noisy town no more abide; The earth i. fall of radiant things, Of gleaming -fiuvarasnd glancing-. wings, ; Beauty and joy on eTery-eide. . - .t '.TW mcrn--the glorious aim is kp,s.?ii V7 ; The dome-like heaven ia bright and blw ; Tim lark, ret highland higher aoeiain", ' Pour oat hi song that knows no ending"' .The unfolding flowers aretpiniu'd with Mew.' .' . - -"ir'"iV - i When boot is ia fhe fluaihw &y, b,n ' Seek- we some shadowy, silent wood, i-f- I Recline upon a mossy knoll, : r Oft tare aside, and Yield the aotil .j -To that luxurious quietude, , . ... , '. .boTeV wares wide tie linden free, -1 ' " " uuminmg-oees ue air ia tliriuyd. rV . And through the sleeping bush is heard3i ? "The sudden Toica of the woodland Lird: j 1 ' L...

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. — 25 August 1860

- ... in " " --' '- : HATES OP ADVERTISING. First insertion, per line, ten cents) each snbse--juent insertion, fiv cents; on dollar a, line, p -annum. One-1nrth column tire months, $ 10; ix months, $17: a yews $30 One-half column three months, $11; six mouths, SQfeme year, $50. All transient and foreign advertisement must ba accompanied by the fash, to insure Inertioa. i.' . - :,. JOB PRINTHTO Of all kinds, such as Cards, Circulars, Ball Tick ets, Handbills, Porters, de., exasuted ia the very best style, and on liberal terms. ET Blanks of all kinds constantly on hand, - nKr-Ncwt Bu iltlino, corner of Commercial street OP-""" and'Sixth .route. RE T:-. - v Tsmo Two dollars per annum, ia advance. flab, of ten, $17. . Clubs of twenty. $30. . ' j;.nntinned'&t the exniration of the Vol. 4 No. 3. EMPOEIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY AUGUST 25, 1860. All papers ., , jjme for which they are subscribed. Whole No. 159. 18 rCBLISHID STMT SATUlDAT XORXIXO At Emporia, Breckenriage : County, Kansas, BY S...

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. — 25 August 1860

P.'B. PL.TJ51B, EDITOlt. . PEMPOgIA, KANSAS t SATURDAY. AUGUST 25, 1863.'. ' :r FOB PKBSIDIWT. - - , ... AbbaHam iinrcoLH, ' . - Of Illinois. " FOB TICE PRESIDENT. IIAHNipi LV HAMLIN, The steamer Hesperian was barned at the Atchison leree, on the Missouri, last Sun day evening, together with one hundred tons of freight, consisting of 250O bushels corn and 50 hhds. sugar. The boat was par tially insured ; little or no insurance on car go. - No lives lost. Fifty-one car loads of Republicans went out from Chicago to the great Convention at Springfield on the 8th inst. The Sheriff of Arrapahoe county, (Pike's Peal) in company with a Deputy U. S. Marshal from Leavenworth, and Sheriff 'Chess, of Coffey county, arrested a man named Gordon at Humboldt, Allen county, Friday eveding, the 17th instant. Gordon killed a man named Gantz, near Denver City, about three weeks since, and escaped. When it was ascertained that ha had started jfor Eastern Kansas, the Sheriff of Arrapa hoe county started...

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. — 25 August 1860

'Saturday, august 25. i860. . . si nr A A XTT TT1 n TXTTVIT . EMI. V-fii-n -f1' , , r-f- ; I I Mail Register. t .ENC Mail Arrives every Monday, Wed AV nd Friday, at 8 P. M. Leaves every S.y?Twid.yyd Saturday, at 4 A.. M. C TowK9Mi-Arrive. at 3 P. JL every Tue U,2li eU'ry SW Jar Returns at 10 A. M. every Monday. wZu,(Mo.) Mail Arrive, at 12 M. every Wednesday- Returns at 12 M. every Thursday. Coevca Gov MAiir-Amvea at 12 M. every Mnd.y and Thursday. Returns at 12 M. every Wednesday and Saturday. To.morrow Sunday) evening. Rev. G. O. Morse ill driver his lecture on tbe "Significance of the rite of Baptism." This is a continuance of Mr. pone's lecture of two weeks sinee. ' .' J : Be V?m. Storrs, Baptist minister fron St Lou is lectured in this place on Tuesday and Wednes day evening! of this week, on the "Claims of the Bible on public confidence." The lectures were listened to with much attention by large audi oes Mr. Storrs will preach on Sabbath next, at A. M., at the Congregational ...

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. — 25 August 1860

fi FACTS FOR, FARMERS; (,'. I Parched Cork akd Hoxkt fob Hoos. A correspondent of (he Highland democrat, published at Peekskill, New York, furnishes that paper with the following commnnica- A few years ago I chanced in Albany to meet a farmer who is noted for raisin" un usually heavy hogs. " The year before he had brought to maiket one weighing over 700 pounds, and said that year, that he should have one of 900, or near that mark. As there always seems to be a cause for ev ery effect, 1 was anxious to know the course lie pursued. - - - said he, "you must first select the right, kind of a critter; Get the right breed, and then pick out the good natured ones from the litter; I can't afford to feed a cross critter;-I-sell them when they are pigs." "How can you judge?" said I. "Well, if you watch them when , they are feeding you will find that some pigs are al iens fighting about their victuals, and some go in for eating. ; There is. as much differ ence in pigs as tEere is in folks." . ...

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 September 1860

CK S! jouisaa. which friend tock or VrieaB IdrsnV ad Calf elstons Ladies' lemen'a Grind. land and are not L ; any ft. s BH! d Linen sanRe for t the DOE. CAPS Shoes rugs CINES NERY ICLES KNQES HONS ACCO I GARS engines Burr OFISH LOUR HAMS LDERS E AND MEAT LARD KEREL land Lin- xchsng kef D0DS, Id severs! at we are 1 which- thing ;w lash sad: fjurattsa- i another whether Jiliandan 3 Obois t's . Uure. I 1 lalsatth , J t &mpm lottos IS rCBUSBXB XVEST SATOTBJT MOaJTIIfS AT - Emporia, Brecken ridge County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEB. QKce Newt Buildinp. corner of Commercial tlreet and' Sixth avenue. ' ' Tbjis Two dollars per annum, in advance. Clabi of ten, $i7. Clubs of twenty, $30. All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which they are subscribed. . J. A. MOORE, M. D., : PHYS1CIAX AXD SURGE dy, EMPORIA, KANSAS. -: 152m6 DR. M. BAILEY H resumed the practice of ,". oSfedicine and Surgery, is Emporia and vicinity. IT" Office in his new brick tuilding, on Com mercial i're...

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 September 1860

P. B. PLUMB, EDITOR; ' EMPORIA, KANSAS : 'SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER i. i860. '" " ' TO ML FBEalDEXT. : ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Of UliMii, FOB TICK PM&IDEXT. HANNIBAX. HAMLIN, , Of UtiM. Tbe Republicans of Leavenworth Lave nominated their ticket for city officers, head- ed by the : name of Jas. L. McDowell, as candidate for Mayor. There is a strong prospect that the Democracy, with Col. John P. Slough at their Lead, may he beaten. The Republican State Convention of Mas sachusetts met on Y ednesdar last, and nominated John A. Andrew for Governor, with a full State and electoral ticket. - Got. Banks was not a candidate for re-uomina lion.' Alex. II. Stephens has avowed his inten tion of stumping Georgia for Douglas and Johnson.' Meanwhile, Douglas is doing a good deal of stamping on his own hook, being now operating in Virginia, on his way to North Carolina. . The Republican demonstration at Indian apolis, on Wednesday last, was a great af fair, from 50,000 to 60,000 persons being present. The ...

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