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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 14 June 1862

SATURDAY. JUKE, 14, 1862. Six companies J of the' Second Kansas, Col r Cloud in command, arrived here thU morning, ni encamped below town. They are as fine loot ing soldiers as we ever saw on horseback. At the Port Office jv be found the best stock of paper and envel opes eTer brought to this market, consisting of letter pper note, paper. with patriotio mottoes deign8' lekTl CP foolscap, envelopes with mottoes and designs to please the fancy cf all, as ,Di plain ones of the best quality pens, pen holders, slate pencils, lead pencils, etc. Business mto, nd , the public generally, will do well to jjllsnd see. We received a pleasant call from J udge Car penter, of Lawrence, on Thursday last. We are under obligations to Col. Clarkson, As (iitsot Sergeant-et-Arms of the Impeachment Conrt, for favors. - See advertisement of saw and grist mill for wle, by Armor A Flinn. The milling business if bound to pay in this country, and this will be , good investment for some enterprising man. The l...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 14 June 1862

SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1862. Chinese Sugar Came. Ths Journal cf the JEmou Agricultural Social pabHchea a prixj article ou the em tare of oorgnam, na ica manuuciure inio jrup and sugar, by E. F. Hewbanry, from which we extract and condense the follow' inrr' . Tb richest soil give the largest growth of cane, but not the sweetest, and the syrup will rarely cram. Mr. a. found that cane from the post-oak flats, and from the red clay oil nesr the timber was much superior in richness to that, from the .black mold of the prairies.? Corgiae proved 'superior to he Imphee, and to-keep it pure, t should be pianira ai leasi a quarter oi a mue distant from broom-corn or 'chocolate corn.". Seed should be gathered from the earliest patches, should be fully ripe! and only the upper half of each bead be planted, as that portion protfocee the most rigorous cants The, tuns of planting varies with lbs sea- ton, but it may cafely be put in a week or two before coin. . A piece planted the first oi ainrco waa ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 21 June 1862

' ................ s.. .. . ..I - U Vol. 5 -No. 36. EjMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, , JUNE 21, 1862. Whole No. 244. - a llffos am jCBLISHKD ZTEET 8ATUEDAT MO2fIK0, " Emporia,1 I, yon : County, - Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEB, Editou AXD PEOPUIETOa. " At .jtaNeu BuUdmp, corner of Commercial street -.; j and Sixth avenue. r Teems Two dollars per annum, in advance, :labs of ten. $17. ' Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for wnicn uiey are suuecrioeu. i , D. A.' PAINTER, CLBRK'OP. OOUBT, , LTOJf CO., KANSAS, .J . ' TILL PAY TAXES FOR NON-RESIDENTS. IT P- O. Address Emporia, Kas. ; C. F. OAKFIELD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor Has a copy of the GOVERNMENT FIEID NOTES Or Ltom Coustt. RESIDENCE on his farm, adjoining Emporia IX on the east. l9y A. P. GAUDY, REGISTER OF DEEDS, FOB CHA8E COUNT?, KAN8AS. . TTTILL ATTEND TO PAYING TAXES W for non-residents. Post Office address, COTTONWOOD FALLS, Chase Cocntt, Kajc Iig 219-31 P. B. PLUMB, NOTARY PUBLIC, EMPORIA, KAN...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 21 June 1862

mwxm miw. EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1862. THE IMPEACHMENT CASES. The Impeachment Court which bad been sitting since the 2d inst., for the trial of sev eral of our Suite ofacers "for high misde- meanor in odes," adjourned on "Monday after being in sesaioaonly two weeks. They succeeded in impeaching John W. Robin son, Secretary of State, and G. H. Hillyer, Auditor of State. We hare received the published report of the proceedings of the court in the Secretary's case. He was ira peached on the first count, w men was "agreeing to fraudulent sale of bonds;" but on seven others he was acquitted. The rote tood as follows: t Guilty. Messrs. Daviess, Cobb, Con nell, Curtis, Essick, Holliday. Hubbard, Keeler, Knowles, Lambdin, McDowell, Os- born, Rankin, Rees, Roberts, Sleeper and opnggs 17. - Not Guilty. Messrs. Barnett, ingalls Denman and Lappin 4. i The majority was large and decisive. John W. Robinson stands disgraced before the people of the State, who had intrusted him with 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. — 21 June 1862

SATURDAY, JUNE 21. 1862. ' Cabbage Plants I i f -ANT SOO CABBAGE PLANTS. - A good I rrice will be paid. Apply at this office. 1 1 E. P. HARRIS. mma - , , , At the Post Office f. he found the best stock of paper and envel- . eVer brought to this market, consisting of liller paper, note paper with , patriotic mottoes r.d deiigna, legal cap, foolscap, envelopes with mottoe and designs to please the fancy of all, as ,reU as plain one of the best quallity pens , pen tojers, slate pencils, lead pencils, etc. , Business jjjjh, sod the public generally, will do well to .caUd 8ff: J - - , - The Fourth. A Union Sat bath School celebration will be held at the "old camp ground" near Rinker's tuTd, on the Fourth. We are glad to know that II the Sabbath schools of this place and vicinity Till unite to make the occasion worthy the great day. There will be "A union of hearts and a union of hands," lirging, speaking, etc. Lecture. Prtf. W. Foster, of Waterloo, will deliver a lee tnreatthe Christian ...

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. — 21 June 1862

OD mtmwmm i inf : SATURDAY, .JUNE 21. WW. FAKMEKS' DEPARTMENT. Weaning and Fatten ins Lambs. , A Jate iwue, of, the Philadelphia- Dollar newspaper contains an arucie on ims. wpic from a Pennsylvania sheep-breeder, from which we extract the following:- Experience' is teaching ns that sheep are the most profitable stock that can be raised. And until the cotton fields of the South are placed in other and safer hands, the demand for wool iwill increase, and the sheep busi ness will become more important and more lucrative. Loyal men ought to feel them selves under obligation to assist each other in ' cettiner start ' in independent living We mast use more wool than heretofore, and, therefore, must prepare to raise on our leruie nuis mat wuicu, in geumg w u, has almost ruined our happy country our wear. In this letter I propose to call the atten tion of sheep raisers to the care which must be exercised in weaning lambav; It is not generally known that, to a great extent, the condition of...

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. — 28 June 1862

Yol. 5 -No: 37 EMPORIA, . KANSAS SATURDAY, JUNE 28. 1862. Whole No. 245. FCBUSH-.D EVMT 8ATCIDAT XO&XIXG, It Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, 3Y JACOB STOTLEE, Editor asp Propueto. Office Xews Buildino, corner of Commercial street and Sixth avenue. Terms Two dollars per annum, in advance. Olubs of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which they are subscribed. ' D. A. PAINTER, ; CLSBK OF COURT, 1.TOJT CO., KAXSAS, "WILL PAY TAXES FOR N02T-RESIDENTS. O P. O. Address Emporia, Kas. C. F. OAKFIELD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor Has a copy of the GOVERNMENT FIELD NOTES. Of Ltos Co u ktt. ,.ESIDECE on his farm, adjoining Emporia J.L on the east. 1497 A. P. GAUDY, REGISTER OF DEEDS, FOR CITASE COUNTT, KANSAS. WILL ATTEND TO PAYING TAXES for non-residents. Post Office address, COTTONWOOD FALLS, Chase County, Kas has. 219-31 P. B. PLUMB, NOTARY PUBLIC, EMPORIA, KANSAS. JAMES MEANS, Stone Mason, Bricklayer and Plasterer, rS ready to take cont...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 28 June 1862

tm mw$ EMPORIA, KANSAS. ; SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1862. We see it slated thai Gen. Sturgis bas been assigned to the command of all the troops in the vicinity of Washnigton. It is stated that charges of a serious na tare have been preferred against Adjutant Oeneral Thomas. We hope the old blath erskite will be ousted. A very severe hailstorm has recently visited Topeka and Atchison, making havoc with window-glass and locusts, and doing some damage to growing crops. The N. Y. World has a rumor to the effect that Secretary Stanton is about to relinquish the charge of the War Depart ment, and that Major General Banks will take the place. Great preparations are making at Louis ville, Ky., for a general celebration of the coming Fourth of July at the fair grounds Arrangements will be made for 20,000 per sons. General (formerly Major) Wessels, who had command at Fort Riley last fall, was wounded in the late battle of Fair Oaks, be fore Richmond. He was in General Casey's division. The Kansas Em...

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. — 28 June 1862

SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1862. POST OFFICE REMOVED. Xhe Emporia Post Office Las been removed to new room fitted up expressly for it, on the artier opposite the old office, tinder The News Tbe public nnl ftt new office a -well lcted stock of letter paper, note paper, envel J( pens, lead pencils, slate pencils, writing k blank deeds, mortgages, etc., etc.,. for sale ,Up for cash. To Advertisers. eXt veck we shall commence the issue of our nfl-on Friday night, in order to send it to our talscribera at Elmendaro, Madison, Shellrock, V.tonwood Falls, Toledo, Plymouth, "Waterloo, by the mails which leave early on Saturday Ccming for the above points, after the first of ;,;;y. Those having favors in the way of adver jvments or notices, will please bear this in mind, band them in not later than 10 o'clock on friday morning, to insure insertion. We call the (;picial attention of our lawyers and county offi--3 to this matter. The soldiers left here last Monday morning, leafing the town pretty dull ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 28 June 1862

AFTER ALL. The apple are ripe in he orchard. The work of the reaper is done. And the golden woodlands redden Jo the blood of the dying san. At the cottage door the grandsire Sits pale in his easy chair, Whil the gentle wind of twilight - Plays with his silver hair. A woman is kneeling beside him, A fair, youn? head is preat, In the first wild pnesion of sorrow. Against bis aged breast. And far from orer the distance The faltering echoes come. Of the firing blast of trumpet. And the rattling roll of drum. And the grandsire a peaks in a whisper: "The end no man can see; - But we give him to his country! And we gird our prayers to Thee." Tb violets stir the meadows. The rose-buds fringe the door. And orer the grassy orchard The pink-white blossoms pour. But the grandsire's chair is empty, The cottaze is dark and still r There's a nameless grave in the battle-field And a new one under tue lull. - And a pallid, tearless woman By the cold hearth sits alone. And the old clock in the corner...

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 July 1862

Vol. 5 No; 38. EMPOBIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1862. Whole No. 246. Cjje &mpxm ghfos. ' rDBLIBHKD ZTXRT ATVUAT MOUUJtQ, At Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTTjEB, Edito ajtd Poprito. tfPee jVewa Buildino, corner of Commercial street , ana aixia avenue. Terms Two dollars per annum, in ad ranee. Mub of ten. Jsl7. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for wmcn tney are suoscriDea. D. A. PAINTER, OtiBRK Or OOURT, 1T0H CO., KA2C8AS, WILL PAT TAXES FOR NON-RESIDENTS. 0P. O. Address Emporia. Kas. C. F. OAKFIELD,- l,CM Engineer ' and Surveyor J Has a copy of the GOVERNMENT FIELD NOTES Of Ltoh Couhtt. ..RESIDENCE on his farm, adjoining Emporia iX on the east. 149y A. P. GAUDY, REGISTER OF DEEDS, FOR CHASE COUNTT, KAKSAS. WILL ATTEND TO PAYING TAXES for non-residents. Post Office address, COTTONWOOD FALLS, Chase Couictt, Kax ,sa8. 21S-31 P. B. PLUMB, NOTARY PUBLIC, EMPORIA, KANSAS. JAMES MEANS, Stone Mason, Bricklayer and Plasterer, rS 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. — 5 July 1862

&m mnv$. - EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, JULY 51862. ITEMS BY LiST NIGHT'S 51 AIL. All will be sadly disappointed at tbe mea ger particulars of the great fight io front of Richmond. There is scarcely anything to indicate how the battle has gone, but we shall keep cheerful, until'the arrival of fur ther news. .We suppose the sending of all news from Richmond has bee a prohibited for the present. The New York. Herald's report, dated the 27ih, states that our killed, wounded and missing on that day reached 1.200. The object of the movement wa3 to bring Porter's and other divisions into more close connection with the rest of the army in fact changing the front of the whole of our forces, with our center and left pressing immediately ou Richmond itself, which would be done, it was expected, on Satur day. It was a virtual surrender or vacat ing of a long line of defense before kept up to Mechanicsville.in order to have the whole force within more effective distance, and let the rebate fo...

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 July 1862

SATURDAY, "JULY 5,r1862.;f POST OFFICE REMOVED. Xbe Emporia Post Office has been removed to f,e new room, fitted, tip expressly for it on the e.rnir opposite lite old office, under, Tax News (..fice. - - Tl) public will find at the . ne w, office a well j lected stock of letter paper, note paper, enyel rpfs, pens, lead pencils, slate' .pencils, writing j ,fc, blank deeds, mortgages, etc., etc., for sale , heap for cash. 'i.-. - ,-' '-- '-i ' To ; Advertisers. This week -'we ' commence the issue of onr j aper on Friday night, in order to send it to our .mbscribers at Elmendaro, Madison, Sbellrock, I'ottonwood Falls, Toledo, Plymouth, Waterloo, tc, by the mails which leave early on Saturday morning for the above point, after the first of uly. Those having favors in the way of adver tisements or notices, will please bear this in mind, .idJ hand them in not later than 10 o'clock on Friday morning, to insure insertion. We call the . special attention of our lawyers' and county offi vr3 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. — 5 July 1862

SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1862. FARMERS' DEPARTMENT. i i w Cleaning Milk Teasels. A correspondent of tbe Cincinnati Oa telle truly eays: "There is ; no product of -the farm that presents so much difference as butter. ' This arises chiefly from :using -.1- L'.IJ! .1 J a M vessels lor uoiaing me mils, ana uiensus in making the butter, which are soured. In my notice of the effects of having soured troughs in sugar-making, I stated that acid ity was fatal to -good sugar making. It is cot less so in butter-making. - Milk has a peculiar acid, very easily formed, which en tirely takes away that rich, sweet, fine flavor, belonging to good butter. A very, little soured milk or cream on vessels rapidly gen erates eaousn acid to take it away. To avoid this, great care is requisite. Cleanliness oniy is not eunxcieni, in naving.i.ne mux vessels well washed, but they must be care fully washed in boiling hot water, and should be boiled in it also. But as the cream is very apt to stick, even in good washin...

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 July 1862

.Vol. 5 No. 39. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1862. Whole No. 247. rUBLMBXD XVSKT SATURDAY HO&XIKO, At Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEB, Editor ato Pbopwitob. Offic New Buildina, corner of Commercial street and" Sixth avenue. Tkrms 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, CLEBK OP OOTJRT, ITOW CO., XAIfSAS, WILL PAY TAXES FOR NON-RESIDENTS. ET P?.ddress Emporia, Kas. C. F. OAKFIELD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor Has a copy of the GOVERNMENT FIELD NOTES Or Ltos Coumtt. iVESIDENGE on his farm, adjoining Emporia UX on the east. 149y A. P. GAUDY, REGISTER OF DEEDS, FOR CHASE COUNTT, KANSAS. WILL ATTEND TO PAYING TAXES for non-residents. Post Office address, COTTONWOOD FALLS, Cham Couwtt. Kan sas. 219-31 P. B. PLUMB, NOTARY PUBLIC, EMPORIA, KANSAS. JAMES MEANS, Htone Mason, Bricklayer and Plasterer, IS ready to take contracts for any ...

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 July 1862

EMPORIA, KANSAS. L SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1862. : ITEMS BY Iii ST KIGIIT'S MAIL. Advices from the army of the Potomac up to the night of the 6th indicated all qui et, and all in good spirits. Brig. Gen. Sturgis is ordered to report to ' Gen. Pope. , ; . . - McClellan has issued an address to the army on the, achievements of the last ten days, saying : You have succeeded in changing the base of your operations by a flank movement, always regarded as the most hazardous of military expedients. " You have saved all your material, all your trains and all your guns except a few lost in the battle, taking in return guns and colors from the enemy. Under every dis advantage, of numbers and necessarily of position, you have in every conflict beaten back your foes with enormous slaughter. We are prepared to meet the enemy who may at any time attack you. Let them come, and we will convert their repulse in to final defeat. Your Government is . strengthening you with the 'resources of a great people....

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 July 1862

SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1862. hectare. Remember Prof. Foster's lecture to-night at the Christian church. Subject "A Search for True Manhood." We hope to see a good attendance. Rev. J. B. Taylor will preach at the Congrega -tional church to-morrow at half-past ten o'clock, and at eight o'clock in the evening. Geo. "Wait will please accept our thanks for a fine lot of beets, raised in his garden in the village. George has one of the best gardens in this region. On Tuesday night of this week, this portion of Kansas was visited by a heavy rain storm which we are glad to record. Everybody has laid aside their long faces and come to the con clusion that they are going to raise as good crops. if not better, than ever before 5y common consent, Joe A. Fuller's name has been changed. Joe is a Democrat, and has a great admiration for Lane, of Oregon so much so that he adopted the style of that gentleman in spelling his first name "Go." He got to writing it Go. A. Fuller, and his friends have furthe...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 12 July 1862

SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1862. FARMERS' DEPARTMENT. Buckwheat Its Place in our Agriculture, " ' Buckwheat fills a place in our list of crops that no other plant can. It has the name '-' of the -lazy man's crop from the little prep aration the land needs for its cultivation and the ease ' with which it mar be grown This is perhaps the chief objection to the crop; it favors clack husbandry, and yields a remunerative crop so Ion? that some lands have been entirely run out by cropping with it. xou can skin land more effectually with buckwheat than with any other crop. On : this account, and some others, the crop is not a favorite one with many of our best fanners. It is said to poison the land for corn, and the cases are pretty numerous 'where corn following buckwheat has failed ' The succession is certainly not to be rec ommended. The seed also remains in the land for a year or two after it is sown, and makes its appearance among subsequent crops more than any other grain. To the farmer who ...

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 July 1862

ft 1 H ani Vol. 5- No. 40. EMPOKIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1862. Whole No. 248. rCBLISHKD EVERT SATUiDAT XO&VIXS, Emporia, Iyon County Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEB, Editor akd Peopbiitob. At fiffice Nexei Building, corner of Commercial street and Sixth ww.' i)Vuu2vn dollar ncr annum, in advance. Clubs of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 AU papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which they are subscribed. D. A. PAINTER, CLE 3rt. IK OF COURT, LTOW CO., KANSAS, VILL PAY TAXES FOR NON-RESIDENTS. D P. O. Address Emporia, K&s. C. F. OAKFIELD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor Has a copy of the GOVERNMENT FIELD NOTES Or Lyon Countt. ViESIDENCE on his farm, adjoining Emporia iX on the east. ""J A. P. GANDY, REGISTER OF DEEDS, FOR CHASE COUNTT, KANSAS. WILL ATTEND TO PAYING TAXES for non-residents. Post Office address, COTTONWOOD FALLS, Chask County, Kan ,as. 219-31 P. B. PLUMB, NOTARY PUBLIC, . EMPORIA, KANSAS. JAMES MEANS, ft tone Mason, Bricklayer and Plasterer, IS ready to...

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 July 1862

EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1862. ITEMS BY LA ST-NIGHT'S M All.. Nothing of interest from Richmond. The Rebels hare entirely forsaken the front of our arm . The opinion pre rails that the Rebel will eoon be heard from in some oth er quarter. " The Davenport Democrat of the 10th aays a dispatch was receired : by the Adju tant General of that State to the effect that an armed band of Rebels made a descent upon the town of Memphis, Northern Mis aouri, captured the town and carried away many Union citizens. The . war in the West, so far as the Rebels are concerned seems to hare degenerated into the threat ened guerilla warfare. The Philadelphia Bulletin has copies of the Richmond Examiner of the 9th and the Petersburg Express of the 10th, which con tain the following: "Mobile 8th. Passen gers by the flag of truce steamer Natchez from New Orleans, report that Baton Rouge has been captured by the rebel Gen. Van Dorn, and that he has captured 1,500 Fed cral prisoners." The Philadel...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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