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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 22 October 1859

THE E M PORIA NE W S . Published every Saturday morning at Emporia, - Breckinridge County, Kansas, by, ,.. :, jy&EtjlT2rS'i BANDAtiL 5s CO. Tekm Tic Dollar per annum, in advance. Clubs of ten, $17.' i c ", ' Clabs of twenty, $30. Rates of Advertising. . ' First insertion, pet line, ten cents; each subse quent insertion, five cents; one dollar a line, per annum. One-fourth column three months, $10; ,x months, $17; one year, $30. One-half column i iree months, $17; six months, $30; one year, $50. All transient and foreign advertisements must be jccompanied by the cash, to insure insertion.' , JOB PR tN.T 1 i mi., i . - r--- j . -t - The office of The Emporia News furnished with a complete assortment of the newest-styles of Type, Borders, Flourishes, Cuts, Cards,; Fsy Papers, Colored "Inks,Brone, fcc.;-enabling th proprietor to print CArrSA&s, Casm, Cestjtkutzs or Stock, T)kzm, Trisa?s all other kinds of Jos piujrrrso,' in a manner' un'sur)pesae4 ia' fa country.1 Particular att...

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. — 22 October 1859

8ATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1859. Organization of the Democratic Party -,:. v.-of Breckenridge County. . Pursuant to a call published ia the Amer icus Sentinel, a Convention of the Democ racy of i Breckenridge County convened at Americas : on Saturday,, the 15th day of October, 1859. - v ... ' ..; Convention was called to order by ap pointing SamueLBuchanaa Chairman, and J. A. Filler Secretary. , , ' , .. CtTbe object of the convention rwas briefly stated by K- Mi Ruggles to be the organ ization of the Democratic Party in Brecken ' ridge County ; also the selection of delegates to attend the convention to be held at Bur lingame on the 18th inst, to nominate a Councilman for this district. .' : '', . ' A committee was appointed to draft res olutions expressive "of the sense pf this con vention.' .,-',' '. ... . ... . , ;The meeting was addressed by several gen tlemen during the absence of the committee. ' Committee reported the following resolu tions, which were unanimously . adopted by . ...

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. — 22 October 1859

HOW G REE LET EkJOTKD THE ! SERMON AT QAir Lake. Horace is a philosopnerwitn out poubt, and the way be enjoyed tbe Sab bath at Salt Lake; a correspondent of tbe Syracuse Standard relates as follows : Ve attended the Morman Church this morning. Preaching by Elder Orson Pratt. HoraceGreeley was present, and sat inside the railing with .the twelve apostles. Mr. Rernheisel sat on one side, Judge Phelps on the other, and Heber C. Kimball in front. Horace took an exhausted suryey of the fe male part of the bouse, cocked bis eye up at the speaker as if he were looking at a gi raffe, braced himself against one saint, leaned his head against another, and went sound asleep, as if he had been in bed, with l3 mouth wide open ! I never felt so prcud of my native land a3 I did when I saw its able representative treating tbe whole d L nonsense with silent contempt, by "rolling into the arms of Murphy. C Hearing a physician remark that a small blow will break the nose, a rustic exclaimed, Well, I d...

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. — 22 October 1859

el- SATURDAY, OCTOBES 2J, 1659. .TtMaty - .. , . . -... Rates of Advertising. Vint ImMrUoa. par U. em ctmUi b ntoeqocnt inaertfea, mli; o .AoLUr liaa. per aaaan. pa, fourth cottuaf thrM oiihj, 10 tf. rfs ao. o. at? " ,; Oa half Ml. thr .", IT W aix bw.. a ea jrr, j. AJl traa aint ul fiUa aowtUeaMata mart k pais la adraaee. , Single copies of Tax Kswa in wrappers for sale st this office, at fiveeents" per copy. J niaak-i Deeds,- Mortgages Bonds and Deelai rations for sale at this office in any quantity. " For Jnstic'es.-Blank SuVpenas, Executions. Summons- Warrants, Recognizances, ifcc.; for sale at this-ocej tf fr'j A rrirals : I9id;;leptu-tares of Mails at and . from the Emporia .Post Office. Laurence Mail arrives Saturdays at 6 r. ic Leaves Mondays at 6 a. my ' .. A ' Topeka Mail arrives Tuesdays' at 6 r. m. Leaves Wednesdays at 6 a. itv r 4 , , ; ,.' Butler (Mo.) Mail arrives Wednesdays at 10 a. u. Leares Thursdays at 12 my.-y ..' I - - -Fort Scott Mail arrives Saturdays at 13 h....

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. — 29 October 1859

THE EM PORTA NEWS. Published every Saturday morning at Emporia, Breckinridge County, Kanaas,by TxvxaTwo Dollar per annum, in advance. Claba of ten, $17. - Clubs of twenty, $30. - Rates of Advertising. . First insertion, per line, ten cents; each subse quent Insertion, five cents; one dollar a line, per ntun. One-fourth column three months, $10; "iz months, $IT; one year, $30. One-half column t:iree months, $17; six months, $30; one year, $50. All transient and foreign advertisements must be tccompanied by the cash, to insure insertion. . JOB PBtN,TING,. The ofSe of Tsit Extojua 8rn b 'furn&he Vt& a .complete assortment f the newest styles of Type, Borders, Flourishes, Cute, Cards, Fancy Paper, Colored JnJk8,Erotite, ire enabling the pVoeterJo priniCiectLAM, Cards, CxarizKATsa or" Stocx, Deeds, Poartsa, and ail other kiads of JoB-luurrcra, in .ai&iuier ussurpaasGd In th 32??ir$. X Pattjiular 'atteation; .paid Jo' printing fitT-iitadsXf Blanks.- Orders for work promptly at...

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. — 29 October 1859

-V v - - . ' - , ,, , . . ..::..,C..,....TV..J...... " , .&t0mu!mw i m w.-wg.jH" 4e&ipwmMmimeesnw--- ' m '"- ' 7fff&?cmimwM,4w,' 8rw.pre j ,., fj-.--xT.: --: . . - - : . . . ... . . . " , ..: 1 ' " 1 'I.' L1 m . . ' . P .reWs,ilICJottraaL I From the fatoh ?"ffi? SATURDAY, OCTOBER'? i8&9.' THE C ALIFOHOTA TRAGEDY' Diiel Between Broderick and Terry. -i r From ih;San rrDieo Ttfiies, Spk;14.. -; In accordance with the anticipations of xnost of the-immunity, the expected duel 1 '.between the Hon.; David C. BroderickU. S. Senator from ' California, and the Hon. jidLtSTe' ..Crart took place yesterday -morning: at a small dell or valley some ten miles distant from Merced Lake. --. The parties went out : of town the night previous, and passed the ; night in separate localities. : - &!l At' a quarter, past - six; o'clock . Messrs. . Broderick and -Terry arrived on. the ground . in their respective carriages, and attended by their seconds and physicians Hon. J. ."C'McKibben...

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. — 29 October 1859

i: THE GEE AT JIUSH! latest from Pike's Peak ! XlKPEECEDEHTED DISCOVERIES J INFORMATION" has just been received that fire thousand Indians-have collected them' selves together in the vieimlvf .Pike's Peak with a view of drivings out the whites already there, and preventinjr farther immigration. But this information is by no means reliable. However, it i a fact that J ; HORNSBY & FICK jlttve just received, at the - "CORNER STORE," In Emporia, the largest and best selected stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ! Ever brought into Central or Southern Kansas, to which large additions will bo made from time to time . . . .. . . i; . . Pike's Peak Emigrants Will find it greatly to their interest to procure their outfits at eur establishment, instead of goinjr to the river towns for tliem. Our stock consists in part of ' '" - DRY GOODS. ... Lawns, "Silks, Ginghams, Calicoes,. Cassinets. J weeds, Cottonadea, Cassinieres, fce. . READY-MADE CLOTHING. Boots, Pants, Vests, Drawers Colico, Hickor...

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. — 29 October 1859

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 80, 189. Terms of Subscription. , Bteir, mrw. . : . . . . . . ' . J rt toia mm tut, (uiiMtairtltfiM"11 . tt w . 3 t Rates of Adrertiaing. Klrtt iBMTiioB. pr 11m. tea ot; Mch sitoeqa! ItMrtion. m uim lis. r mub. Om fmh column Single opics of Tins Nrrs in wrappers for wl t this office, t fire cents per copy. Blanks. Deeds, Mortgages, Bonds and Dec la - rstions for sale at this office in any quantity. jps., . . " m ' For Justices. Blank Sufcpenas, Executions, gammons', "Warrants, Recognizances, fcc, for sale at thia office. - Arrivals and Departures of Mails at and - - from the Emporia Post Office Lawrence Mail arrires Saturdays at 6 r. u. Leaves Mondays at 6 a. m. Topeka Mail arrires Tuesdays at 6 r. m. Leaves Wednesdays at 6 a. m. Butler (Mo.) Mail arrires Wednesdays at 10 a. m. Leares Thursdays at 12 v. Fort Scott Mail arrires Saturdays at 12 u. Leaves Mondays at 12 u. . Weekly mail to Plymouth, Toledo and Cotton wood Falls, west; also to Bayard, Eldorado and Chels...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 5 November 1859

the EivrgoRratEWB ; Published 'every Saturday Slngfil "Emporia, ;-. t Breckinridge CountyiKansoBylrt Dollar s per annum, in advance.. elisor tajyff iSftTfS' first ineTtfoBj -per line, ten cents? each subae jent insertion ,five cerito;'one dollar ir line,' per otium. One-forirth eolmrih three months, $10; x noa&;$Hi on year; $30. i One-half ieoromn l lfP months, $17; six trionths, $30; one year, $50: All transient arid foreigii adTertiserneBttniuatbe accompanied by the cash, to insure Insertion; - J P. B. PIXMB. DCDLET KASDALL,' EDIT0E3. EMPOIUA,' KANSAS; ? byr SATURDAY, NOVEMBER,, si t850. TERRITORIAL ELBd'ION". Tnesday, Kovember .8.- . '.v For Delegate to Congreu, .' r.. ... MARCUS J. P A R fl O T T For Councilman, 7th DUtrict, : .U l-h CHESTER THOMAS, Sn., f Shawnee Connty, Breckenridge County Ecpublican Ticket. .. For Rrpretentulioc, STEPHEN G. ELLIOTT, .... , . County Superintendent of SchnoU, LEROY CR AND ALL.. Probati i J 'udg?-' ' 15 " A. J. MITCHELL.- i - Register of Dee...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 5 November 1859

SATURDAY, HOTEMBEB g, I8ft9. a wHJA uift in tho Cloud. Andrew Lee came home at evening from the thop where he had woiked all day, tired, andout bl epitiiBr cam home to hw wife; Who 1so tired, and out of spirit. : fcA cmiiinz wife and s cheering home - 1.1 i a what a paraaise wouiu w i om umcn to himself, . ashe turned his eyes from the clouded face of. Mrs, Lee, and sat down. wUh.JiJiltedJ)rows, and moody aspect. : lotra word was spoken by either. -M rs. Lee .wri' getting supper, and she moved about with a -weary step. " '-" , vtVCSome' sheaid .at last, with a side glance at ner nusnana. , ; - -, Thero was an invitation in the word on ly none in the voice of Mrs. Lee. Andrew arose and went to the table. He was tempted-to speak an angry word, hdt controlled himself, and ' kept silenee. He could find no fault with the chop, or the "tweet home-made bread, cor -the fra grant tea' They would have cheered bis inwnrumaa, 11 mere osa oniy uwn n gieam of sunshine on tbef face of his wife. He...

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. — 5 November 1859

latest from Pike's Peak ! .- uh-? eiW, -,' -.. gk .'-Jt.ir r tnfPS?CKDyTilD DISCOVEEIES I 3 VI T. -INFORMATION has just been received tha,l J five tnouaauo. mauni ure couecieu uieiu eelves together fin. the vicinity of Pike's Peak with view of driving out the whites already 1 there, and preventing farther immigration. But this information U by no means reliable. However, it ja fact that O .t;fa.-r - -t-r .-. v c - r j. . ( ;HOENSBX ;& PICK ; Hate just received, at, the. . ,- " COKNTER STOKE," In Emporia, the largest and best selected stock of Ever brought into Central or Southern , Kansas, to which large addition will be made from .time to time. , ''',1,t'' '"'' ''; Pike's Peak Emigrants Will find it greatly to their interest to. procure their outfits at our establishment, instead of going to the river towns for them. Our stock consists in port of : . , ,1. s DRY GOODS - Lawns, Silks, Ginghams, Calicoes, Cassinets. Tweeds, Cottonades, Cassimeres, fec.'; READY-MADE CLOTHING. . Bo...

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. — 5 November 1859

' 8 ATJu.RPAar"JrO.T.E3IRISft.'AM1 9491 jpTJ i i! I -J TTtUlCt' DelggteUo'a'nlot) atrd-.Reprj-f House. The first visit was to the, school Sipr ,m TV nt,WlM . ttWiivejftricfrp9iivntioa, ItoielWTd atp.ouse, and' nol Brown's, as "was stated yes- wat" ...T,tii... " . ''At 2efe:fcflH M.',MwGo'wrttt'"w9r They found a targe quantity of blankets, : ' r . .lortiin. '. i Mines v i ium'MM ti.. UiwMiAot AmeriCU3, was cnosen. juiiairju'i,leuy j ureu pi?sA wii iar uiauca.uu;?., uvr itiin (J .lisljR. Parham, of Emporia, secretary. J also KswovTedTa -carpet-bag5 tMataminj "?Z1!Z"n'Z After some very able re marks from sev- defeats thtwiffiatteli lighten the affair; tadrijaidMrtiMuutb ! in dTue. J crai retlejniefl . ' the Convention Woceeded printed constitutions and by-laws of an or- . i Single eopies of The News ia wrappers for sale "-T V - - ' tfy.fi.-n ?if?r BIanks.JV Mg BndHd Dla rations qf45;ua jole to, agnatityj. 4Tmt 'J HtjccsIM4rOtSiiperaiExnti0i?J A rrivals ana Departures .f (Mails t and an...

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. — 12 November 1859

;gOBjPRlNTINGi:i?S' Wilt- nm i 1 . r .ujished every- Saturday morning at Emporia, 1 Breckinridgi County, Kansas.jby M:j ; ... ; The office ofJDK Ei-oiuakwb la furnisheat' iU a complete aswrtoient of thenawext.stylr - of Ty,TrucrVFlo -Papers, &olrerin, proprietor to print (rcxtlIes, Caiids, Certificates . or Stock; DrePS,- Toertss, an d all other kind, of Job Pristisq, in .a -manner unsurpassed ia thV country. Particular attention paid to printing all kinds'of' Blanks. ; CersTfornrbrlc .Tramway attendedio when accompanied wfeir.CiSH' r'Ex-'? ccusioBia onr mettoJ tvV-' I fcu7fJ:2V W i Blank Warranty" and; Moftgfcg9' :Des,'B$ndpd Executions, , ' Summons, t Subpen48y; -A'ttacbjnaji1is, KeconiKancea,cte-copiOanUyoa Jxand. r., , TSKV9-Tvxt Dollars per annum, in advaner.' Clubs of &V J i'.' .V.Olab of twenty, $30. Rates of Advertising. " " ' : first insertion, per line, ten cents; each subse jent inertion, five cents; one dollar a line, per nuni- One-fourth column three inoaths, $1...

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. — 12 November 1859

SATURDAY, If OVBMBEIt 18, lga ,r :. From the New York Mercury. : ;TJNDElVTHi: UMBB TiTiTi A . "-' ; ! BT 0AC GABDN1B- ' "Halloa I Sam, Frank, Freddy ! don' let them pelt you so. Come here, quick,, un der my umbrella 1 Then I guess the snow balls won't touch you quick " The little urchins addressed followed the wise advice, and began to scamper as fast as their little legs could carry them toward the offered shelter, tumbling "clown several times in their haste, but scrambling up again, and soon reached the friendly shelter of the umbrella. J "O fc " " " Her face, all cold and passionless, did not denote one quickly or easily , moved into either interest or amusement. , This expres sion, or rather want of expression, seemed habitual, whether natural or assumed. Now, however, as she witnessed the scene, a smile, slight but perceptible, played roundher lipV but even this had something bitter in it, and it quickly faded, first into tboughtfulness, then sadness, then was lost in inanimat...

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. — 12 November 1859

. The Life of Osawatomie Brown. An account of the leading incidents in the life of Uapt. John crown has appeared in the Chicago Irwune, and from it we take the following feketch : Tradition and histo ij are at fault in, locating the birthplace of Brown, ouc.ms nrst Known appearance to his oldest friends, wa3 as a tenant on the farm of Garritt Smith, in Essex county, N. Y.- From that ' State he removed to Ohio, and subsequently to Kansas." Up to the time of his removal to Kansas, nothing pe culiar or .eccentric is recorded of the man. It would seem that the earliest border rum fln skirmishes roused the dormant military cowers of "Old. Brown," and in a short time he became one of the principal leaders of the Free State forces. When Lawrence was marched upon in May, 1856, Brown offered to defend the city, but Robinson, Pomeroy and others bad decided not to op pose the marauders. This action disgust ed the "old man" and he determined to act henceforth in an independent capacity. The exa...

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. — 12 November 1859

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12, I 85D. 'Xl I Term of bscriptibn. j. j J? j ' 8imj5Uepr. "".".." ..' 00 r eopiM o yer. 4 on to getter pf elub.) . . . 11 00 Twenty " m .. " ...SCO Ratespf Advertising. K!nt iaartio. per line, tea eentt; ecli?)equBtIertia. bt eU; on 4ott H.J ", P1" fenrta eolnm three nnth; ia : l.i!.'n Wj ne,yer oi -Ooo halt col. three mm., It 00; tix mo:. W 00; one year. g W. "All ira lieat 4 foreign rertUmU matt be paid ia adranee. Single copies of Thb Niwb in -wrappers for sale at tli is office, at fire cents per copy. BIankteela Mortgages, Ponds and Declaj rations for safe at this office in any quantity. For Justices. Blank Subpenaa, Executions, Summons , Warrants, Recognizances, fc for sale at this feffktf j"T fj e'V 5 "4 - ; ?' V'-"' A Mirals - and 'Departures of Mails at and from the Emporia Post Office. . Lawrence Mail arrives Saturdays t 6 r. m. : Leaves Mondays at 6 a. m. , Topeka Mail arrives Tuesdays at 6 p. m. Leaves Wednesdays at 6 a. m.. ; . Butler (Mo.) Mall arriv...

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. — 19 November 1859

THE MPO R I A4 N EW S . .1. ,'..a.-f. ' ' m ' ' ' " v? "; Si- Published-every Saturday morning at Emporia, . ;; uBreckioTidge.iCounty, Kansas.'by ; ( - Term j"0 Dollars per annum, in advance. " !' Clubs of ten, $17. J " ; Clubs of twenty, $30. .J ii'.'5. iltatea of Advertising, . r. FirstHnseftkn per line, ten cents; each subse quent insertion, five cents; one dollar a line, per annum. One-fourth column three months, $10; lit rooaths, $17; one year, $30. One-half column i rc months, $17; six months, $30; one year, $50. All transient and foreign advertisements must'be coompanied by the cash, to insure insertion. mm P. B. PLCMB,"DtrDLEY RANDALL. EDITORS. EMPORIA. KANSAS:. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER -lO, 1859. STAT33 ErEcrrxolT.; i Tuesday, .December 6. , EEPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. ' - Rejrresentativc to Congress, ' MARTIN F. CONWAY.; Governor, ! .CHARLES ROBINSON. ; lieutenant Governor, J. P. ROOT. . Secretary of State, , JOHN W. ROBINSON,' Auditor, GEORGE ,ST HILLY ER. . Treasurer, " WILLIAM T...

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. — 19 November 1859

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1830'. t-uj rrt From Qleason'B Pictorial Battle Ship. MB. PEABODTS FIBMNESS. bt ca&ouxk r. raxsrox. v. Mr.. . Jpthami peabodj'8 distinguishing characteristic, ,he was accustomed, to call firmness. Some of bis friends were wont to term it obstinacy. There will be such little differences of opinion .now and then. 1 don't pretend to settle- the question as to . wbichicObiiiroiwrigbti butjt was a well-known fact that if you wanted 1 to in duce Mr. ; Peabody to go in . one . direction, you only had to; advise him to go in the opposite.- ! .:: --.. ' ' . . , v, Mr. Peabody bad one child, and that a daughter. Where she got her beauty from was a mystery to aU'wbo knew her father, who was a stout, red-faced old gentleman, with turn-up noseband very, irregular fea tures. However, settle that question as we may, Lucy Peabody was pretty, and there was at least one person that knew it. That one person was Ephraim Robertson, Mr. 1 Peabody s confidential clerk. - Some bo...

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. — 19 November 1859

of the Boston JournaliW - . UOHcf . Tocend of Northern Ke-w Hamp A T, v shire.- A. week's drive in an open carriage among he mountains V.Korjhern ew Hampshire a pleasure nbt to be forgotten. Their ikin" outlines and singular combinations S I lbe'f6undatibri:for''tiia f but it is greatly banced by:tli'"peiptaal-.change : effected ibe scenery by the slightest alteration of "lace, by atmospheric variation; and by the (rress of the' hojirs: which eeemjtloubly 5n?,ed in thU enctanling regain. The hadows poiuting westward with adrhonito: fi gner, shortening,1 vanishing, and then turning eastward with a. prophecy of hope, he different angles at which the rays strike earth, now playing over this slope, now touching that crag,, and now revealing yon der chasm, the shifting cloud flecks, the gparkling dew, the glittering mist, are good inii ministering to the grand, strange, and beautiful. A few cattle feeding or at rest, g sentinel crow, perched on, the -topmost bou"h of a dead pine, the swo...

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 November 1859

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, I83D. - m 6V Terras, cf Subscription.' ; ra eopU oas year, (uj aB gttr np of elab.) ... it oo T?o f Advertising. ni tm tnu: eaehiabaeaaantlasertioa. Bra mU; dollar a Pr fourth eoluma nM .. i ate Jx mat., IT 90; one year. 30 09.. Oaa half ? ihmiw ;rU va.. S5"- All sraa.- uat aad foraiga adreraieaMBM am am jw w mtucs. Single eopies of Thk News in -wrappers for sale at this office, at fire cents per copy. a Blanfc.---Dced9lIortgageB, BoncUand Decla rations for sale at this office in any quantity. A. Tof i3Tnstlces.i-Blflnk Subpenas, Executions, grnpnsV.Warranta, Recognizances, Ac, for sale 'atthispfEce. , Arrivals- and ir- and" Departures of Mails at and r"from the Emporia Post. Office. ' - Lawrence Mail arrives Saturdays at 6 p. m. Leaves-Mondays at 6 a. m; . - Topeka Mail arrives Tuesdays at 6 r. v. Leaves Wednesdays at 6 a. m. . ButlerjMb.) Mail arrives Wednesdays at 10 a. m. Leaves Thursdays at 12 it. Fort Scott Mail arrives Saturdays at 12 u. Leaves Mondays ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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