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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 10 May 1862

TIT. IV I 'Rr.M1rWififW sll tmtrt Tbi Atlastic for May is on our table, replete acter, than will be' found in any other American Magazine.' t; 't--'-'? -uLi K-?h .:? J hsl. ; ' ::: 1 ' ' r t ' " ' r ' The 'Ladiee Repository' for May Isaa excellent not be without it. . ' s The contract for-carrying tlie mail ' between fmporia and Cottonwood Falls has been7 award ed to Chas. C. Hassler.of this place. I Service to be twice a week. This j will be' good 'news for onr friends up the river. , " 'The celebrated stallion, Green "Mountain Mor gan, J. A. Churchill, proprietor, will be itr Em poria on Saturday next, the 17th, when toe ad mirers of fine stock will have an opportunity of seeing one'of the best horses in tTje country. ; We understand that Alwcand'T B Hey. Esq., of Forest HUh-Wll. start East in a short time, t. bring to this county a large flock of shetrp. i The increase in the number of sheep in this county hss-ljeen'cojlsiderable, within the past year; bul stilt thre isTroom for ...

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. — 10 May 1862

f If Wwpxm giw SATURDAY. MAY 10. 1862. FARMERS DEPARTMENT. '. - w In tbis department our readers may often .. find, items not purely instructive, bnt par Ukiocr more of tHe nature of news. It will be our aim to Feep the fellers of Thx News - posted 03 all -matters ot interest to the ag ricultural world, and doubt not that they will thank us for' so doing. , , The Royal Horticultural Society of Eng '" land has made arrangements for a "Great Gourd Exhibition" in" October next, and inrites all the world to competition. Or ange Jucld, chief editor of the. American jigrxcuisurxsi, proposes 10 get up an aoer can exhibition. qf the same kind, and wishes the -formers of the. Ujiited States to send in their' pumpkins, squashes, " ornamental gourds, etc., forexhibition at No. 41 Park Row, N. Y: City on Norember 5th, 1862 Numerous prizes are offered, "for the he av iesf pumpkin " or 'squash,'' "forhe largest larg yield on a single Tine, etc., etc. the big pumpkins and squashes ! Roll up . c Ki...

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. — 17 May 1862

EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1862. Whole No. 239. rcsusaxD imr satusdat uotvixo, At Emporia, I.yon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTIiEB, EdITOB A WD PftOFRIKTOK. Office Newt Bttildinp, corner of Commercial street and Sixth avenue. Tekus Two dollars per annum, in advance. 'Jlabs of ten. $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which they are subscribed. D. A. PAINTER, ar.BHK OP COURT, ;" BKECKIXaiDGt CO., KAXSAS, ' WILL PAY TAXES TOR NON-RESIDENTS. ID" P. O. Address Emporia, Kas. C. F. OAKFIELD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor . ' i Has a copy of the GOVERNMENT FIELD NOTES Or Bbkckikridg Couttt. ".'RESIDENCE on his farm, adjoining Emporia 'i V. on the east.' 149y A. P. DANDY, REGISTER .OF DEEDS, FOR CHASE COUNTT, KANSAS. WILL ATTEND TO PAYING TAXES for non-residents. Post Office address, COTTONWOOD FALLS, Chase Codjtt. Kas- BA9. 219-31 P. B. PLUMB, N O T AflY PUBLIC, EMPORIA, KANSAS. JAMES MEANS, Stone Mason, Bricklayer and Plasterer, IS read...

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. — 17 May 1862

fat fepk Sjtai. EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1862. We rather like Blunt, after all. We thought, and still think, that he got the place that Deitzler Lad earned and was en titled to. But on the other hand, Blunt's appointment has had the effect of removing Sturgis and Denver which makes us glad. And 'Blunt's "General Orders" suit us mightily. No more kidnapping on Kansas soil. No more elevating of Slavery above Liberty, Union, and everything else. No more drunkenness and bestiality around headquarters, as when Sturgis was in com mand. So, after all, we are profoundly thankful for Blvkt. One of the last acts of Slurgis's admin islration was to issue a general order for bidding the organization of the' Indian regiments. Now, the War Department telegraphs to Blunt to "hurry up the or ganization and departure" of these same regiments while Sturgis is hurried off to Washington to give an account of himself. The Indian regiments, supported by a couple of regiments of Kansas troops, w...

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. — 17 May 1862

TURDAY, MAY 17, 1862. jjgankin has lost a filley Mr. Clapp a pony. S" . tare to JoaDK men to-morrow night in the Ltiooal Church. Text : He that trusteth wn bettrtuafool.-PaoT. 28 : 26. o is g time to Paot fences, houses, Ac., ,,i SlI" J In th ln6"afl8e f J"51 Ine in Pech made , ..oiers of Leavenworth, offering an excuse taking the clothes of the First Kansas, at Fort d . It rained great Uod i no it rained i" jhe Treasurer of Lyon county is now absent .frpeka, settling with the State authorities, elad to know that the arrearages of this gift- jjore than $25,000 worth of grain and cattle tart'11 told in this county, since last fall, and ,'J for markets outside of the county. And there y mUCh more left for sale. Not bad for a four r-oW. ytletm thatH. B. Elliott, of the Junction, is Wat to stwt for Pike's Peak with a train of wag tlll loaded with provisions, and nearly a hun ialiead of beef cattle all purchased in this fBBty- A large number of cattle are now being pur tj,Md in this coun...

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. — 17 May 1862

3 c I i M$ mmpxm Mtw$ SATURDAY, MAY 17. I86S FARMERS' DEPARTMENT. On the Cultivation of Locnst Timber. There is bow a desire in some jeectiona to cultivate timber trees. Perhaps some of the readers of the Valley Farmer would be wil ling to do 6o economically and successfully To such I will impart such, information as will enable them to raise a large quantity of Black Locust with but little labor. The firtjt move is to procure the seed which may be had before the 15th of May as the seed of the Black Locust hangs on until after leaf. Select a piece of rolling land with a stiff clay sub-soil, with from three to nine inches of loam; put it in about the same order as for corn, and free ot clods, as they may break down the young plants, which are very easily destroyed, until they attain ten or twere inches high. They may be killed by frost at that hight. The Locust seed should be planted with corn every third row, Locust and in ev ery hill of that row drop eight or ten seeds and cover th...

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. — 24 May 1862

Vol. 5 No. 32. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY,MAY 24, 1862. Whole No. 240. rCBLISHKD ZVIRT SATUEDAY HOSKIXO, Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEB, Edito axd P&ofeixtok. At flCctNeiDM Building, corner of Commercial street and" Sixth avenue. Ibm Two dollars 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. D. A. PAINTER, OnBRK Or COURT, BRECKIVMDQK CO., KANSAS, TILL PAT TAXES FOR NON-RESIDENTS. XT P. O. Address Emporia. Kas. C. F. OAKFIELD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor Has a copy of the GOVERNMENT FIELD NOTES Or Beickineidoi Copjttt. RESIDENCE on his farm, adjoining Emporia on the east. 149y A. P. GANDY, REGISTER OF DEEDS, FOR CHASE COUNTT, KANSAS. WILL ATTEND TO PAYING TAXES for non-residents. Post Office address, COTTONWOOD FALLS, Chasx Couktt, Kax- 219-31 P. B. PLUMB, N OTA R Y PUBLIC, EMPORIA, KANSAS. JAMES MEANS, Stone Mason, Bricklayer and Plasterer, fS ready to take contrac...

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. — 24 May 1862

EMPOBIA. KANSAS. SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1862. J Cleveland, tbe desperado whose name has for bo many months been a terror to the people of Kansas, has at last met the fate which was due him long ago. He was kill ed on Sundaji ' May 1 1 th, at Osawatomie. We give in another place a detailed account vt the affair. - ... ... m - - The negro soldiers in Gen. Hunter's De tarltneut are to be dressed after the Zouave iaehu n, in red pants and shirts. Who says the Union troops will have to evacuate Hhe South when hot weather comes on ? Hun ter can raise 100,000 men in his department alone, if he needs them. Messrs. Mason and Slidell will have the comfort of reflecting that while they are en gaged in representing the Southern Confed eracy abroad, their homes are in possession of the United States Government. Mason's residence is near Winchester, and Slidell's is in New Orleans. It seems now to be settled that the real name of Cleveland was Mete ; that he used to drive stage out of Cleveland, Ohio,...

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. — 24 May 1862

It mpxwmtw& SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1 862. Mr. Burdick has in his possession what be Bnp egos to be eome stolen property.- ? He wishes to e-- the owner. u u,:iuBv-iucub. Gbies Pas. Our friend Dodge has got the fin oat lot of peas coming on we have seen yet. Friend Mclntyre, of Forest Hill, must look to his laurels. a u R. Parham, Jr., is on hand like a sore finger, tDd has money to loan in any sum from fire to five thousand dollars, on good real estate seen rity. BullyJ i . . 1 - " Xns Walhut Cocktbt. We learn that the crops 0f Butler and Otoe counties are looking aplen - better than ever before within the memory 0( the oldest inhabitant The corn is high enough to plow. Cocstt Offices Removed. J. R. Swallow, County Treasurer, and D.A.Painter, District Court Clerk, have removed their offices to their fine new rooms in Perley's brick building, over the hard ware store. ! - j Fvci!fa up. We are glad to see so many of our townsfolk inclosing their premises and trying to make their homes a...

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. — 24 May 1862

ft! SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1862. farmers department.1 ' ' 'J ' ' The Orchard." J Vv' There is no danger, at least for many years to come, that people will give their 01 chard s more care than i. they require or more than Tfill be profitable. With some exceptions here and there, and the numberjs increas ing, the orchards of the country are neglect ed sadly. Line upon line and precept upon precept seem to be needed to convince peo ple that trees require attention and good culture. The following from a venerable horticulturist of the West, Dr. Kennicott, will have much weight with those who know the "old doctor.".', ? . : ; How to Plant. If you get nearly all the roots of a tree in good condition, you need remove very little if any top. If short of root, then shorten in pr cut back the new growth, to compensate for loss of root; and do the same if the bead of your tree needs forming, shaping remembering always that ; leaf-producing branches, or top, is 83 essential to growth as roots." ' I ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 31 May 1862

Vol. 5- No. 33. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 31. 1862. Whole No. 241;. Cfje (&mpxh Ifrtojs. PUBLISHED ZTZfiT SATURDAY XOKXEfG, Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEE, EDITOK AJTD PiOPRIXTOR. At Office News Building, corner of Commercial street and" Sixth avenue. Teems Two dollars 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. D. A. PAINTER, CLEB IKL O r COURT, LTOX CO., KANSAS, WILL PAY TAXES FOB NON-RESIDENTS. ET P. 0. Address Emporia. Kas. C. F. OAKFIELD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor Has a copy of the GOVERNMENT FIELD NOTES Or Ltojc County. VESIDENCE on his farm, adjoining Emporia .ilX on the east. 149y A. P. GANDY, REGISTER OF DEEDS, FOR CHASE COUNTY, KANSAS. WILL ATTEND TO PAYING TAXES for non-residents. Post Office address, COTTONWOOD FALLS, Chasi County, Kan sas. 219-31 P. B. PLUMB, NOTARY PUBLIC, EMPORIA, KANSAS. JAMES MEANS, Stone Mason. Bricklayer and Plasterer,...

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. — 31 May 1862

EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, MAY SI, 1882. It is impossible to make an interesting newspaper when there is no news. The telegraph is as dry as a contribution box. Tbe only fighting is a skirmish bj Pope, near Corinth, and a report that Banks has been whipped in Virginia. There are no particulars of the latter fight. Gen. Blunt is becoming very popular in the management of the Department of Kan sas. The General is a plain, blunt, unas suming man. Let no one fail to read tbe Homestead bill, which we publish this week in full. It is a valuable document, and is worth preserving. We are informed that Capt. Sam. Walker, formerly of Co. F. Kansas First, has re ceived from Gov. Robinson the appoint ment of Major of the Fifth. U. S. stocks have gone up ten per cent. in a fortnight. Like buckets in a well, as the Confederacy goes down the Union goes up. . . The force which has gone to Corinth from this State under Brig. General R. B. Mitchell, consists of the Wisconsin Twelfth, Col. Bryant; Wis...

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. — 31 May 1862

SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1862. 'jkV7Mr. Sewart will bold divine service tj the usual place to-morrow afternoon at Rev. Nelson Alvord (Baptist), of Oska- Kansas, will preach in. McEI fresh gall to-morrow forenoon, at 10 o'clock. absence, sickness, post office, two babies j a woman, is the excuse we offer for the gffia!l amount of editorial and local, this -week Is it a passable excuse, boys ? la coming from Leavenworth, thi3 week, ffe made the quickest time on record .tarting from Leavenworth on Tuesday at I o'clock p. m., and arriving in Emporia on Wednesday night about 12. We stop ped to get our regular meals and sleep. prt of the way we came with Col. Cloud in an ambulance, and the balance on horse back. Off to Corinth. Dr. M. Bailey was mustered at Fort Leav enworth on Monday last as Assistant Sur aeon of the Kansas First, and is now on bis way to Corinth, he having previously resigned his position of Surgeon of tha Tenth. Dr. Bailey is a young physician of high attainments, and his ski...

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. — 31 May 1862

"J a HO cj A CT ? ic mpna r SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1862. FARMERS DEPARTMENT. t , . Sheep. , now to (iET A GOOD FLOCK OF FINK WOOL i r. .:-T ' SHEEP. . :- T ia mrTIv ilone. and chearjlr. When- Da Page county, last fall, I visited Luther Bartktt, who told me bis hock averagea something over 6ve pounds of wool per head .last season. 1 IQIDK uo siarieu a iew jrcars before with a flock that would not average three pounds. He had brought up his flock tn ilia vendition in which I found them, bv judicious breeding by purchasing or Hiring SUU U31UJ ViiO ucob kJiauioia auciiuw bucks. It is easy to see how cheaply and surely inp . n - 1 - Ml MHn.v?nf linear an inaiuereni hoc win apyisuw uu. such management. If farmers who choose n. n ntn thp. wool business have not capital to invest in full-blood ewes at present prices, It will U ivuuu caojr, iu Dumo wwi ;;a nnirliafl well. formed native ewes lUOf f " - - " T m mnfi t nrvnnd .constitutions, cheap. Then there are good bucks in the West that . . i i ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 7 June 1862

f0L. 5 No: 34. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1862. Whole No. 242. 0rm Bifos. USHED ZVKBT SATURDAY MO&XIXO, pmporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEB, " ""Editor ajtd Paowtirroa. jtJStwt Buildino, corner of Commercial street and' Sixth avenue. k ' dollars per annum, in advance. bS of ten. $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 i'I papers discontinued at the expiration of the ,f0T which they are subeeribed. ' ,i ; , ' D. A. PAINTER, CLERK Or COURT, X.T09 CO., KANSAS, : ' ! i t rIlL PAT TAXES FOR NON-RESIDENTS. r?. O. Address Emporia. Kas. C. F. OAKFIELD, Engineer and Surveyor Civil Has a copy of the -GOVERNMENT FIELI NOTES Of Ltom Coc5tt. RESIDENCE on his farm, adjoining Empona on the cast. 149y A. P. OANDY, HEGISTRR OF DEEDS, fou ;hask cotjntt, Kansas. t-ctTTT. ATTEND TO "A. iIWU for non-residents. Fost omce address. (YiTTONWOULI ITAIjLia, i;hase uocstt, jva- P. B. PLUMB, NOTARY PUBLIC EMPORIA, KANSAS. JAMES MEANS, we Mason, Bricklayer and Plasterer, f3 roadv to take contracts for a...

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. — 7 June 1862

EUPOHIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY. JUNE 7. 1862. - It is said the rebel forces under Jackson still linger near Martinsburg and Harper's Ferry. . A dispatch from Washington says Col. Jennison has started from there with the piomise of a command. Upwards of 500 rebel prisoners hare been tWi At head Quarters from the scene of the brilliant rictory at Hanover Court House. Beauregard's official report of the battle of Shiloh states his losses killed, 1778 wounded, 8,012; missing, 960. Indications are fast increasing that Oen. Sigel may be designated for the command of the troops in the Valley of Virginia. The gallant, brave and patriotic Gov. Sprague, who now commands a regiment of Rhode Island troops in the service of Un cle Sam, was elected United States Senator from that State on the 28th, by 81 majority. He will probably be the youngest man irAhe Senate. A battle has been fought at Hanover Court House, Va., which resulted in a complete victory for the Union arms. The rebel loss is set down a...

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. — 7 June 1862

SATURDAY, JUNE ,7. 1862. Cabbage Plants I IWANT300 CABBAOE PLANTS. A good price will be paid. ' Apply at this office. r E. P. HARRIS. Fire years aga yesterday (Jane 6th), the first number of The Exfokia. Nws was issued. Rev. J.B. Taylor (Baptist), of Dock creek, -will preset in the Congregational church to-morrow. Jfaddock & Thomas are putting tip a good dwelling house near their shop on Sixth avenue C. S. Hills is Captain of Co. I, 10 th Kansas jtegiment, now at Fort Scott. "Green things" pie plant, lettuce, radishes and "sich," have been selling in this market for some three weeks. We frequently hear of men being held respon sible for their ax (acts), and we shoujd like to hold somebody responsible for our spade. . m N. Lockerman sold 3,000 bushels of corn, last week, for twenty-five cents per bushel. It is go jog to Fort Union, New Mexico. Four more of our Emporia ladies left Thursday morning, to spend the summer at the East with their friends. "Sad thing" on the men. Fick &a...

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. — 7 June 1862

SATURDAY, JUNE 7. 182. FARMERS' DEPARTMENT. Some Reasons for keeping Sheep. Sheep will bring a quick, sure, and good return for the money and labor invested. In this respect tbey are no doubt preferable to any otner species 01 biock, or any vane ty of crop. They are easily kept, and will thrive where Otner animals woum scarcely mae b iiviug, acquiring much less feeding in winter than other stock. Tbey improve the land which they occu py, by the even distributation of their rich manure, and by keeping down the growth of briars, weeds and sprouts. They increase rapidly; many of the ewes -often a large majority of tnem win pro duce twins. Each lamb, at five or six months old, will be worth in market about $3; or, at a little more than a year old, will yield a clip esf wool worth 81.50 to 82. Sheep yield an annual clip of wool of three to sir or more pounds per head according to variety, worth now about forty cents pound; always commanding cash ana a ready sale. For some time to come, p...

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 June 1862

Vol.. 5 No. 35. EMEOEIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1862. Whole No. 243. ije (fcmpxw Jlcfos. ntUSHtS KTCKT SATCDAV MOXI!TO, 41 . Emporia, Lyon County, ' Kansas, BY JACOB STOTI.EB, . . Enrroa akd Paoraixro. (ie--Newt BuQdinp, corner of Commercial street and' Sixth avenue. TssmsTwo dollars per Annum in ad ranee. Clubs of ten. $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for whieh they are snbeeribed. D. A. PAINTER. OLEBK OF, OOTTRT, ' ITOIf CO., KAKSAB, TTILL PAY TAXES FOR NON-RESIDENTS, ITT P. O. Address Emporia, Kas. C. F. OAKFIELD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor Has a copy of the GOVERNMENT FIELD NOTES 0 Lros Couarrr. '.RESIDENCE on his farm, adjoining Emporia li, on the east. H9y A. P. GANDY, ItEOISTEIl OF DEEDS, FOR CHASE COUNTV, KANSAS. WILL ATTEND TO PAYING TAXES V for non-residents. Pout Office address. COTTONWOOD FALLS, Phase Cotr-mr. Kax SAt. 219-31 P. B. PLUMB, NOTARY PUBLIC, EMPORTA, KANSAS. JAMES MEANS, Stone Mason. Bricklayer and Plasterer...

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 June 1862

fte mptm BHPOBIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1862. Gov. Andy Johnson addressed a Union meeting of 3000 persons at Shelbyville Tenn., on the 7th. The Executive Committee of the Slate Agricultural Society met last week, and de cided not to hold a State Fair this fall.:.'! Secretary Chase will ask Congress to au thorize a further issue of $150,000 demand Treasury notes, probably $50,000,000 of de nominations under fire dollars. The Mississippi is now open its whole length, the evacuation of : Fort Pillow and the taking of Memphis having completed the job. :- - - - Lord Lyons has gone to England on a visit. A dispatch from Liverpool says the surrender of Norfolk and . the destruction of the Merrimac were regarded in England as a retirement of the rebels from the con- 4 est by water. , The latest advices from Richmond, from a source which seems to be entitled cred ence, gives the rebel force there at 200,000 The force is said to be well distributed, and determined to make a desperate fig...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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