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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 5 April 1862

Mtw$ SATURDAY. APRIL 5, 1862. Masonic. . There will be meeting of the Masonic Fra ternity at their Hall, in Emporia, on .' Thursday treBng next, (April 10th), at 7 o'clock. Impor tant business will come before the Lodge. All th members are earnestly invited to be present. py order. D. A. Paixtkk, Sec'y. Treasurer's Notice. The Assessment Roll of the old county of jfaJUon has been delivered to the Treasurer of lyon county, who is now engaged ia transcrib j,g from the old Roll that portion attached to jj,js county, preparatory to delive'rirg the books tt the proper authorities of Greenwood county as .rided by law. Parties having taxes to pay frfl bear in mind that they are payable here. Court. The District Court for Lyon county sits here on Monday, the 21st of April Judge Buggies pre siding. From D. A. Fainter, our efficient and gentlemanly Clerk, we are furnished with the following items of interest, from the docket. There are only 38 cases on the docket, and the teim will consequent...

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 April 1862

UNITED STATES MAIL. ; y - i : "i . : ? Post Orrics DART3fEST, . , . J t- . ii ; Washingtont November 30, 1861. ; " PROPOSALS will be received at the Contract 1 ' office of this. Department until 10 . m. of i " Monday, March 31, 18G2, for, conveying the : i mails of the United State for four years, com- i mencing July 1, 162, and ending June 30, j i 1H66, in the State of Kansas, on the routes and I by the schedules . of departures and arrivals S "herein specified. v . j ! . Decisions announced by April 24, 18G2. i ! t (Ridden will examine carefully the. forms, and in- i ' structions annexed, and especially the latter part of imjtruetio 19.) , - ' ! j 4151 FromKansAs.Missouri.by Westport, Shaw I ' nee, Kansas, Monticello, Lexington, Eu- : i f- dora. Franklin, Lawrence, Kanwaca, Le- i - i i. eomplon. Big Springs, and Teeumseh, 1 , to Topeka, 81 miles and back daily, j j i, , leave Kansas daily at 4 a m; " j v . , n arrive at Topeka next days by 2 p m;'. " ; ' i' '. 7 leave Topeka daily...

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 April 1862

- JT. , , - : . J. F. If vttl it ; -'. r .-. i . i .A ' W - Aw ' A. i i e- ;l 1 Li 4- i ,. y-NO. 26, . : : :,EMPOEIAi KANSAS, SATUllDAT,' APElL I2;il862, Whole No: 234. rmi WT M 1 Jill If; cm jjSHiD XVKBT ATTDAT V0BJTI90, Emporiat . yo; Cdnntyi Kafasai, l)ITOa AXD POKtIITQK.,J ' : yi Building, 'corner af Commercial street iT" and' Sixth avenue. -.; ,Two dollars per ansnm. in ad ranee... often. $17." Clubs of twenty $ 30 . di anon tinned at the erDiration'of the ihich they are subeeribed. - ' ; D. A. PAIIfTEK, ? BEECKISaiDQI CO., KANSAS, " . - m iirna rAt xt-vt nnoTTiTiTpo jp. 0. Addrea Emporia, Kaa. . , ' C. F. OAKFIELD, " Engineer and Surveyor .. Has & copy ol the .... x ; rERNMENT FIELD NOTES Or BnFCKIITEIDGE ' CoUNTT.' ? 'J " " i IDENCE on his farm, adjoining Emporia mi the east. 149 9y A". P. OAKDY,, . jEOISTEIt OF E E 1 1 S , FOR CHASE COUNTT, KANSAS. fflLL ATTEND TO PAYING TAXES l for non-residents. : Post .Office address, jIT0 WUUf iTAJLLS, Uhasx Uountt, Kan- P. B. PLUMB,...

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 April 1862

fa (Bmpth puis. EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1862. ? PROGRESS. At length there are signs of National progress indications that the nation is in dined henceforward to - advance ' in the di rection' of impartial Freedom rather than retrograde towards the Dark Ages. , First ; The officers of the army , are Birictlj forbidden to aid the Rebels, against whom 'they are professedly fighting, by re turning to them theii fugitive slaves. That is a thing finished. ' No more slave-catch-ing by the army V- Second: The Government openly con nives at - the efforts of an association to teach the ex-chattels of the chivalry about Port Royal how to read ! Who ever heard of such a thing before 1 Why, it is strict ly forbidden by " Rebel law," and here is a notable infraction of the rights of our Southern brethren 1' Before this year of grace, 1862 since the Savior of men, hun dreds of the descendants of Ham and Ca naan may have learned not only to spell 44b-a ba, k-e-rker, baker,' in violatio...

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 April 1862

SATURDAY, APRIL 12. 1862. Treasurer's Notice.' The Assessment Roll of the old county of Hdisdn has bees 'delivered to the Treasurer of Xyon eounty, who is notr engaged, m transcrib ing from the old Roll thai portion attached to this county, preparatory to deliverirg the books to the proper authorities of Greenwood eounty as provided by law. Parties having taxes to pay will bear in. mind that they are payable here. .. Township Lines. W learn from E. Borton, County Clerk, that tbe Board of County Commissioners made the following changes in our munici pal townships at their meeting on Monday last : Pike. Emporia and Jackson townships each hare two miles added on the south, in place of three miles added last spring. The -line between Elmendaro and Center townships is established on the range line between ranges 11 and 12 making Center township 10 by 12 miles and Elmendaro 10 miles square. . . , Work is progressing on Mr. Soden's nvil, south of town, as fast as circumstances will admit. ...

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 April 1862

UIHTED: STATES HAIL. ' P06T Orricx DxFAMVEjrr, . Washington, November 30, 1861. PROPOSALS .will be received at the' Contract " Office of this Department until 10 a. m.'of i Monday, March 31, 1962, for conveying the mails of the United' States for four years, com mencing July 1, 1SC2,- and ending- Jane 30, 1 1866, in the State of Kansas, on the routes and ' by the schedules of departures and arrival 1 herein specified;; ,' .1 .' . : ' ' ' ' -" ",:s ', Decisions announced by April 24, 1862. . tHutArra trill rmminr earefullv the forms, and in structions annexed, and especially the latter part of instruction 19.) , ; "J ' ' ; nil-', ; i 4151 From Kansas, "Missouri.by Westport, J3haw ' - nee. Kansas, Monticello, Lexington-, Eu- Oora, rranKun, iawreiice, Djuwnca, ix eompton, Big Springs, and Teeumseh, to Topeka, 81 miles and back daily. leave Kansas daily at 4 a m; " arrive at Topeka next days by 2 p m; leave Topeka daily at 4 a m; arrire at Kansaa next days by 2 p m. 14152 Prom Kansas, M...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 19 April 1862

vou5-iNo:T27.r' OTOKIA; EAJfSASi SATURDAY;1 APBIL 19, 1862. . Whole;; 235.;,";;: , rIrftzsakD EVSBTATuuir xcszysf i A, Emporia I.Tn ) County Kansas Enrroi jtari PitoVais-rok. '". v aXewa BitUdipa, corner, , of Cbmtkreidt street - and' Sixth avenue. : i'j t'.lu- Terms Two dollars rr annum, in advance..! Clubs of ten $17.'v ' f J; ' Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at tne expiration of the inie for which they art Subscribed. D. A. PAINTER, CLERK Q DP 0 CP XT "Ft T , J-KECmariOKicb.; kXsbas; x il TILL PAY TAXES FOR NON-RESIDENTS. UP. O. Address Emporia, Kas. C. F. OAKFIELD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor , 1 1 rj Ha a copy4 f the ( , , . , , , GOVEIlNMliN'KKlELD NOTE. OF BrECKI.NBIDG Coustt. .RESIDENCE on his farm, adjoining Emporia i X on the east. - . 149y A. P. GAUDY, nEOISTEIt' OF DEEDS, Fo:lcu:AiEr!CQrOTTv: jjTansaS' f ; T WILL ATTEND TO PAYING TAXES for non-residents. Post Office address, COTTONWOOD FALLS, Chase Countt, Kax SAS, 219-31 P. B. PLUMB, N OXA R Y P, U B'L I C...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 19 April 1862

TiJ 7. EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 186?. LATEST NEWS. The last mail does not gire as full de tails of - the rPittsburgh battle as r we . had looked (op. f it w.as ir terrible and closely contested fiob't. 'Our "army Was surprised by Bwuregard on Sunday" morning, and with each orerwhelming numbers that it Is a wonder ' it did not" beat "a ' hasty '' re-treatlY.-Xlie first day's fight resulted in the defeat of our forces, but in the night we were heavily reinforced and the next day 8 wept the battle field of Its rebel forces, and won a great victory- Our loss is estimated; in killed,, wounded and . missing, at 6,000. The enemy's loss is thought to be about the samel' The number killed on our side was from 60p to 1000, among whom were many officers." We took 1000 prisoners, bat.it is thought they took a larger n umber than we did. Rebel prisoners say Beauregard's force was 1 20.0CX).' Our force was not over 75, 000:Tli'e J death of Gen. Sherman' is not confirmed, neither is Ge...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 19 April 1862

"SATUBDAY, APRIL 19. 1868. jj Her. Mr- Stewart will preach at the Methodist jj&ll to-morrow ciwuiug ""'us- ;, -, g. Jfjlone is putting up ja building for resi-. jence.on Merchants street. , : J A supply Kerosene lainpjnay be found at tftsley A Huret'a store; also Kerosene oil. Boo Thomas, County Assessor, will commence hU labors in a few days. Let every body !e pre pred to g a list of his property,: : . T 1 . v W. Hanford has been compelled, by. the in ercftse in his cabinet business, to build a large Initio" to his shop. ' " l ';v . er. Mr. Taylor (Baptist) will preach at the Congregational Church to-morrow at half-past ten s. m., and also in the evening at the usual A. pleasant donation parly came off at tbe-resi-; jeDceof Rev. Mr-Stewart, the new Methodist min uter in this place, on Friday erening, '.Business engagements prevented out being present, but we understand it passed off in good style. 1 . ' Iibell fc Wait, have received the shovels for one hundred plows half of the...

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 April 1862

ii1 'U' n in iBjm ipy j,jf j 7 SrcS (Ml61?1?!?!??? TELINQIEITjrTAX LIST, IFOR.1861. NOTICE is hereby given that I wifl in aeeora . anoe with the provision bf lair, in such cose ufftco.in Emporia, on the first Tiiesday' of May, tract of laud or town lot,describedtin the following lut.aa.inay be necessary to pay the taxes;' penalty and chum a thereon for the year A.D.1S61., . . J R. SWALLOW. Treasurer. . Dated Treasurer' Office, Lyon county, Kansas, March 2U,lt. . - . . . SESIDZ5T LA5DS. ncacaimox. E hfs e or Swflfofieqr S e of s w qr 9 hf of n eqr ;, S hf se qr N hf of ne qr - N" e qr ; Nwqr Seqr Unknown. JTwqr ' N" e qr ' S e qr . Nwqr ' P w qr If bf s w qr S e of s a qr W hf s e of s w qr S e qr of n e qr E hf n.w of e qr E hf n w of n w qr N hfof a wqr N w qr Swqr N e qr Bbfswofn wqr S E qr S hf of n e qr . " - 8 w qr S e qr Neqr If wqr ' Seqr N o qr E hf n w of n w qr S e qr N w qr Swqr S e qr NEqr Nwqr S r qr S e ir N e qr Shfofnwqr 8 w qr Seqr N w qr 8 w qr ' 8 eqr Neqr SWqr If...

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 April 1862

i . , f-. . f ! r.rfiz vrrrrr ttrj l'TT Ty'lTI it .r.siriorriJGn- 1. Vol. o-No.;28,;;; .. -TV: " In'OlllA, KANSAS, SATO :wole No. 236. t . . 1 ,;.....', '- .-'" -,l 1 ?u4rir.f- VBLISHID XTEKT SATUHDAT lIOEXISG, s t .: . .F 1 ' 0mporia, tyoa. , County, ..tansas, BY JACOB STCfl'iiEB, - .. .Emto Aim PabpaiiToa. . ... iYew) Buildina, corner of Commercial otrect lf . and' Sixth avenue. ! Tebhs Two dollars per annum, in advance. Clubs of ten. $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the ime for which they are subscribed. : D. A. PAINTER, CLERK Or COURT, BEECKnTBIDOK CO., KANSAS, KILL PAY TAXES FOR NON-RESIDENTS. XT P. O. Address Emporia. Kas. C. F. OAKFIELD, Civil Engineer dnd ; Surveyor , k, .,, Has a copy of the ,,! GOVERNMENT FIELYD NOTES- ;-0 BbKCKIHHIDG COUJTTT. ESIDENCE on his farm, adjoining Emporia j ion the east. 149y ' a. p. oaitdy; IlEGISTEIt OF DEEDS, FOR CHASE tWUNTT," KANSAS WILL ATTEND TO PAYING TAXES for non-residents. Post, Office address, CO...

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. — 26 April 1862

EtironiA, kahsas. SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1862. - Col. Jennison bas ben arrested and sent to St. Louis. The reason for bis arrest bas not yet been made known. Every paper in the State, co far as we bare sera, denounces the outrageous ap pointmeut of Blunt to a Brigsdiership. Oen. Banks lately telegraphed that Beau regard was dead. This must be a mistake. s ire bare not seen it confirmed. The traitor Yancey arrived in Richmond on the 26th of March, and took bis eeat in the rebel Senate. : Skirmishing is still progressing at York town. McGlellan is in the best spit its and confident that he can capture that point. The Leavenworth Conservative says there is no talk at the Fort of the abandonment of the New-Mexican expedition, but' that active preparations are going on for its early departure. Since the naval fight in Hampton Road some 1,600 different schemes for sinking or otherwise disposing of the Mernmac have been offered to the Navy Department by Yankee inventors. Oen. Sherman bas been...

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 April 1862

SSbsHsbPBBSSKS SATURDAY. ,'APIUI 26. 1862. ; We sW informed that Elder A. Cowles will preach ia the. Christian church to-morrow fore noon at lOj o'clock, audio the afternoon at 3 o'clock: . . Elder S. G. Brown trill preach the fuoeffcl ser xnon of Fleming Smith, at bia late residence near Amrieus, on Sabbath Day, May 4th, at eleven O'clock Ai H. 4 : .. ; i ' We are now baring beautiful spring weather. Fick & Eskridge have supply of kerosene lamps and oil, which they sell cheap for cash. Miss Sue Spencer's school commenced on Mon day last. "We are glad to notice that the attend ance is quite large. m m A.. Si- Procter wishes to purchase one hundred head of beef cattle. Good chance for those hav ing thm to sell. One of the biggest "sells' way. Was the "Stereopticon" and Monday nights last. that hare been this show en Saturday ; F. Schmidliog has lately opened a grocery and provision store, in the room between Perley's and Bates's stores. District Court adjourned Thursday. The ses ...

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 April 1862

SATURDAX, A?RIL6, 1862. From the Caledonia Farmer. the Farmer. Vfwbeft thi. emeraH.TiilU -ar redd'nlng j inl tha summer's rosy glow, ,, jAod across the, rolling prairiea silvery, shadows t w come and go, J " With a light step, wandering homeward, comes a hard j eon of toil, - -x Tanned and browned, broad-handed farmer, lord nd monarch; of the soiLf. -JIlLSYx Who can see him without longing for the roses in his cheek ? Or his full, rich intonations, as we list to hear him speak T . , Hear him tell, about his meadows," or. his thrifty field of corn How his wheat, his oats or barley," most be cra dled in the morn; How his pumpkins and his squashes have com-y . ? pletely hid the field; . f ! ' ' While his turnips and potatoes will turn out an awful yield- t s r How his cattle and las' horses fat aad thriftily appear, . , And his sheep it beats all nature-really double every year. Hark the sparkling look of pleasure which these simple themes afford, . - And .- his pride of - independence...

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. — 3 May 1862

" ; EaiiPOKIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1862. Whole No. 237; t una At Emporia,' yon JCounty'i .Kansas, ; . BY JACOB, STOTLEE, .: Editor asd Peopbietor. J .. , ()cee?,Tews Building, corner of Commercial street and Sixth avenue TzJt- Two'dollafs per anntnif lfi'aavanee: . Olabs of ten. ij,ttvs, -fj "J1"bsj ff ,ny,$39 All papers dUoontinued at the expiration of the jme for which they are subscribed. ' ..?ir,.Vft . . ..,D. A. POINTER, .ff . i,jBtttCINl0o., KANSAS,. J ..rs ' WILL PAY TAXES FOR WON-RESIDENTS-.-17 P. O. Address Emporia. Kas. . ;,C. F. OAKFIELD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor ' '' Hae a copy of ' the i' !?:. GoyiinNMENr fiei.1) Notes' 1 Or '.'Bbeckiseidge. Countt. ' ' lKSIDENCE-on his farm, adjoining Emporia A on the eaL , ' 1 : .!-,- A P.. OANDY, .' HEGISTKIt OF DEEDS, FOB CHASE cqvsri, "" KANSAS. itJILL ATTEND TO -P AYINd TAXES for non-residents."''- Poet Office address, OTTONWOODi FALLS- Chase Couhtt, Kan m. ' xiv.. : .: . i r v! 213731J ; ; B.1 PLUMB, NOTAR Y P U B L EMPOR...

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. — 3 May 1862

EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY. MAY 3, 1862. Maj. Gen. C. F. Smith died at Savannah, on the 25th. T ' It is reported that General Burnside has rrived nronosals from the Governor of North 'Carolina? for the surrender of the State. -, .A - -. -; .Senator Lane, of Indiana, and. Caleb B. Smith, Secretary of the Interior, have both written letters to Indianapolis, stating that the war will close in ten weeks. We fear their prophecies will torn oat like Seward's. ' , : ' . A reconnoissance made towards Corinth on the 24th ult., went within six miles of Corinth,. but. found no enemy. -.. The' im pression is strong that they have evacuated Corinth to reinforce Memphis. . --.i - - Ex-Secretary Cameron has been arrested, at the instance of Pierce Butler. The rea son is not given, only the President says necessity required it. We hope some of his thieving operations may be exposed. Dispatches from Cairo say deserters from the rebel army come into our lines at Pitts burg, and assert that Beauregard ...

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. — 3 May 1862

1 SATURDAY. iMAY; 3. 1862. weather continues cold, tndthe ieaJ u Terr f back ward o?Wf.fejir: this ill rt an injury to our growing wheat crop. are indebted to our friend N. P. Case. . r0peka, for a copy or toe proceedings f the inipecbment court held at Topeka tSt winter. and for other favors. Read tbe advertisement of 'James W; jrown. i another column.. .He has opened , blacksmith sbop near ifiymoutn. ? Jim i& ggood fellow, and we want. to see him sue We are indebted to E. II. Sanford, Esq., 0f Council Grove, Kansas, for late" New- feii'cn items. Do so again, Colonel. . In is way you will enable us to publish' the nCw3 from that quarter in advance of any 0thr paper in the Stale. ' ' 1 pel- May Day (Thursday) was observed by Mis9 Spencer's .'school in spending the after noon in the; woods, south of town. The scholars seemed to enjoy this respite from their a'udies, and came back in the evening with flowers and happy countenances. JfraJ.'C. Haskell and Mrs. A. G. Proc ter left he...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 3 May 1862

1 SArtikDYbTA3t '1862. IARMEQSV PEgARTMENT; . f , Vooi .Growing ..,, B The cretary bf the Vermont State'" A ricultural?J5ociety,; Daniel Needbam, in his annual, report, has the following remarks upon the important mibjecl of .wool growing: The price of wool for the nexi iew years, reasoning from analogy, must be high. Tbe cotton crop will not be planted extensively at the South as it has been in years past; and- if ?'the blockade isnot raised by the.firtt of April next, in many States it will not be planted at all. Should the rebellion not be suppressed wumn anoiner year, as very likely it may not be, very littls "of the cot ton' cnip'of last year Iwill find t its i way to market for the next eighteen, months; and when we consider that the1 Jpeople must be clothedtht the use of the woolen fabrics during the Present high price of cotton goods 13 much more economical; that the million of men in the field wea and destroy, m weight, a third more of clothing than in the peace fufAvocatio...

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. — 10 May 1862

7 d 'TV Vol. 5 No. 30. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1862. Whole No. 238. itjt (&mpxm Utfos. rCBUSHKD KVXKY SATXTRDAT KOUIRO, it Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEB, ' Editor and Pboprieto. A'nct Building, corner of Commercial street and' Sixth avenue. Truis Two dollars per annum in ad ranee. ;lubs of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the ime for which they are subscribed. . D. A. PAINTER, OLEUX OOP OOTTRT, BSECKIXEIDOE CO., KANSAS, TILL PAY TAXES FOR NON-RESIDENTS. XT P. O. Address Emporia, Kas. C. F. OAKFIELD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor Hae a copy of the GOVERNMENT FIELD NOTES Or Breckinridge County. " RESIDENCE on his farm, adjoining Emporia V on the east. 149y A. P. OA27D Y, f UEGISTER" OF DEEDS FOR CHASE COUNTT, KAN8AS. ATTEND TO PAYING TAXES for non-resident. Pout Office address, Chase County. Kan 219-31 COTTONWOOD" FALLS, aj. P. B. PLUMB, NOTARY PUBLIC, EMPORIA, KANSAS. JAMES MEANS, Stone Mason, Bricklayer and Pla...

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. — 10 May 1862

toe mpxw EMPORIA, KANSAS. v SATURDAY, MAY 10. 1862. We bare more cheering news, this week New Orleans, Yorktown, Fort Macon, and Gloucester Point, are ours ! Not loner will it be till we can saj the same of Richmond we sincerely hope if i 1 i " The Nashville Union of the 3d contains a call signed by 150 influential citizens, for a meeting on the 5ih, to take measures to restore the former relations of Tennessee to the' Federal Union. . " "' When the news reached here that Blunt was-in command at Fort Leavenworth, the people laughed. - They evidently thought that was the severest military joke that had been ' perpetrated on the Department of Kansas. . '- A Memphis paper; of the 29th says meeting.was held the night before, al which it was concluded to . burn the city, in case of the appearance of the Federal fleet. Edi torials urgently call on the people to rein force Gen. Price, at Fort Wright, as the only means of the salvation of the city. The following additional items regarding t...

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