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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 19 July 1862

SATURDAY, JULY, 19, 1862. Camp Meeting. . 1 be United Brethren will hold a camp meeting fB the old camp ground near Rioter's Ford, com mencing on Friday, the 8th of August, at 1 1 o'clock y Several ministers will be in attendance. jj;Dister3 and members of other denominations are jpectfully invited to attend and participate in jie serricea. L. O. MANN Pastor of Fremont Circuit. q y. Hart has been appointed Deputy Clerk p the District Court during Mr. Painter's absence $ Bancroft lost a valuable horse from his tygrj o table on Thursday night, by death. Ihere will be a picnic in Rinker's Grove to fy. It is the intention to have a good, sociable tse. All are invited to attend. Elisha Ooddard has opened a store at Ameri t09l where he keeps a well selected Bupply of .roods for the accommodation of the people. Another thrashing machine, the property of Friend John Moon, arrived here this week. It rll made at Indianapolis, and is a fine-looking piece of workmanship. From the great number o...

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 July 1862

M U1 Iti SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1862. i.TAftMBBS'1 DEPARTMENT; The Season and. the Crops. A eevere drouth has prevailed through most of the Eastern States, this season, and crops are destined to be Very light in some sections. "The spell was broken" about the 20th of last month, and considerable ram fell. The haj crop is almost an entire fail ure, and prices are expected to rule high the coming lyear.r Oatsr barley, and . other Bpririg-'cropa have suffered greatly. Wheat will be light. ; from Uanaua have gloomy reports. In addition to the drouth, they tave had quite chilly nights,' and even frosts, which have done immense injury to the fall wheat. 1 1n Illinois-7-contrary to general xpectatiqn( a month .since prospects are trood for a fair crop of wheat. ' We shall probably be able, - in two or three weeks, to cive our readers definite information concerning the wheat of the entire West. The last steamer, from England brings in telligence that the season thus far has been unfavorable, a...

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 July 1862

Vol.'5n6;4i:: EMPOKIA, KANSAS, SATUEDAT, JULY 26. 1862. Whole No. 249. v. lt (bmpxtn rCBLISHKD ZVX&T SATUUPAT UOtLStSQ '. r , Jt Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEB, Editor as Pkoprixto. ' .fctNne Buildmo, corner of Commercial ' Mtreet and" Sixth avenue. jeU(9 Two dollars per annum., in advance, flubs of ten, $17.' Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the toe for which they are subscribed. D. A. painter; CLERK O 3r O O URT, LYON CO., KANSAS, TILL PAY TAXE3 FOR NON-RESIDENTS. jX p. 0. Address Emporia, Kas. C. F. OAKFIELD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor , Has a copy of the - GOVERNMENT FIELI NOTES Of Lton Countt. RESIDENCE on his farm, adjoining Emporia ii on the east. 149y A. P. GAUDY, REGISTER OF DEED S , KOR CHASE COUNTT, KANSAS. TTTILL ATTEND TO PAYING TAXES for non-residents. COTTONWOOD FALLS, SA. Post Office address. Chase Coukty, Kax- 219-31 V. B. PLUMB. DAVIIS WILSOX. PLUMB & WILSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AVd Notaries Public, EMPORIA, K...

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 July 1862

EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1862. Postage stamps are made legal tender by a law just passed. They are to be made on thick paper, and without gum. Enlistments are going on rapidly in every loyal State, and there is no doubt that the 300,000 men called for will be promptly raised. All the troops of the Indian Expedition have been ordered back to Fort Scott. For what reason, we don't know, unless it is for the defense of the border. The Kansas Zexiung, the leading German paper of Kansas, printed at Leavenworth, has come out for A. C. Wilder, of that city, for Representative to Congress. Mr. Wilder is well known throughout the State, and has thousands of warm fiiends. Ethan Earle has advertised for recruits for a negro regiment in Kansas. We un derstand that General Blunt favors the idea. The Indians are getting very saucy on our Western border, and a negro regiment would be just the fellows to watch them. The Leavenworth Conservative, speaking of the candidacy of Judge L. D. Ba...

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 July 1862

SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1862. Qo&ej' Lady's Book for August has come to hsnd. , , Judge Baggies returned from a visit of several treeks to the East, on Monday last. If any of our farmers wish to purchase English blue-grass seed, let them call on Uncle Johnny Reaver, one mile east of Emporia, who has it, of excellent quality. . , Bev. Mr. Leard, of Hartford, in this county, publishes a notice in the Burlington Register that &ra will be a camp meeting at that place, com mencing on Friday, August 22d. He invites the public. - Next week we shall publish another of Jim Lane's speeches, made in the U. S. Senate. We jhall publish it because many of our readers will like to read it. If Lowman don't want to see Th Nws next week, let him drop ua a line. A mass meeting of the people of this adjoining counties will be held at Americus to-day, to deviss measures of defense against rebel bands of des peradoes and guerillas. Everybody who can, should go. . "We hear plenty of talk about big yiel...

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 July 1862

SATURDAY, JULY 26, I8G2. FARMERS' DEPARTMENT. How to Raise Turkeys. The following, is written by a correspond ent of the Dollar. yewspaper: .. , , ( .. . ...- Why is it that at least three but of every four farmers do not succeed in raising tur keys? With all other poultry they are successful, but turkeys are abandoned by most farmers as too uncertain and trouble some to bother with. Now this is all wrorij For when -once- a -'person- gets the knack of raiding these fine Jowls, they can raise just as many as they please. So far as I am concerned, I generally raise more than I krjow what to do with, and have tur keys now hft over from last season, that will be eaten as we want them. Last winter we fairly reveled in oast turkey gave quite "a number away sold others have tome, besides the breeders, still left. My plan of raising is simple, and I will give it in as few words as possible. First, I never allow a turkey to set until about the middle of May. They will com mence to lay early ...

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. — 2 August 1862

Vol. 5----N6. 42. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2. 1862. ; Whole No. 250. PUBLISHES IVKBT SATCBDAT jrOEXIWO, At Emporia, - Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTXEB, ; Editor and Proprietor. , , Office New Building corner of Commercial street and atxtit avenue. Txrxs Two dollars per annum, in ad ranee. Clabs of ten, $17.' ;- (: ; Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the lime iur wmca mej are ouoscnDea. D.. PAINTER, OLEBK OF. O O UHT, 1 IT OX CO.; KANSAS, . , WILL PAY TAXES FOR NON-RESIDENTS. 'U P. O. Address Emporia, Kas. C. F. OAKFIELD, Civil Engineer and Surveyor Has a copy of the -GOVERNMENT FIELD NOTES Of Lyon Cocntt. V,ES1DENCE on his farm, adjoining Emporia on the east. . 149y A. P. GANDY, REGISTER OF DEEDS, FOR CHASE COUNTY, KANSAS. V7ILL ATTEND TO PAYING TAXES y V - for non-residents. Post Office address, 'COTTONWOOD FALLS, Chase County, Kan sas. 219-31 'P.' B.' PLtrMB. DAYIE8 -WILSON. PLUMB & WILSON, WREYS AT LAW, And rJ otaries Public, EMPO...

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

' EMPORIA, KANSAS. -SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1862. Col. Fred. Salomon of the Wisconsin 9tb was confirmed bv the Senate, on the 16th inst., as a Brigadier General. Gen Salomon is now with the Indian Expedition in this Department. V The Militia Drafting Bill became a law By it the President is authorized to call out the Militia of the Slates', whenerer the pub lie good requires it, for a period not exceed ing nine months. With a few exceptions all able-bodied men between the ages of eighteen and forty-five are subject to draft. On the outside of this paper will be found an article from the St. Louis Democrat, on the Pacific Railroad, and the duty of the ' Kansas Legislature. Some comments sug gested themselves at the time of reading but for reasons which it is not necessary to make known, we withhold them for the present. : We recommend a perusal of the article. There are other railroad interests in this State, besides those of Atchison and the Kaw Valley. THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. The Re...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 2 August 1862

SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1862. TTtrPWWORTH RATES of niwmmm T. f0r Gold and demand Treasury Notes, by 0 J. B. SWALLOW 4 CO. Atlantic for August , has been received, cl is replete with interest. - ' fork has been commenced on Judge Ruggles's , building, on Merchants street, and it will be yujhed tnrougn 10 completion as last as possible. A are under obligations to Senators Lane Bd Pomeroy for copies of the tax law and other public documents. lis M.J. Hollingworth presented the editor rih the nicest and most tastefully arranged bo .et we have seen in these diggings. She will ttcept our thanks. The citizens in the vicinity of the Junction had , celebration, on Thursday hist, called a "Harvest Some," at the residence of Mr. O. Bunch. Bev. gf. Bell made a speech. A free dinner and a good time generally was the order of the day. The heaviest rain ws have had this season, fell n Monday and Monday night last. We believe that Mr. Oakfield's prophecy has been fulfilled pretty wel so far. Many of ou...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 2 August 1862

SlJST SATURDAY, AU 2, 1862. : DEPARTMENT. Sorghum, Etc. The following timely and well-written article we take from the .Lawrence journal, It is iust as applicable to Lyon and adjoin iog counties, as to Douglas. Beyond a doubt mere is more agricultural weauu m jjvuu in proportion to the number of inhabitants than in any other county in the State. By demonstrating this by .facts and figures, and showing up the resources of this section of country, the farmers can attract immigra tion nere, vnico win onng wun u auui tional wealth their lands will increase in value, and greater prosperity than has yet been known will ensue. , We hope all our farmers will read the article below, and con sider it as applying personally to them selves; 'We have been constantly wide awake to hear something from the farmers about the Borghum crop, bo tar, not a word has come to us.. Were it not for our short trips into the country occasionally, we should be ut terly ignorant of the fact that any had been pla...

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. — 9 August 1862

Vol. 5 No. 43. EMPORIA; KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9. 1862. Whole No. 251. ' . rusLiaazD xvzar satc&dat xoavuro. At ' Emporia, Xyon ' County, Kansas, . BY JACOB STOTLER, EdITO A5D PjlOPXIXTOa. tiflieeNews Buildino, corner of Commercial street and" Sixth avenue, i. Txaits Two dollars per annum, in ad ranee. Clubs of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the f me for which they are subscribed. D, A. PAINTER, olerh: OOP COURT, LYOIT CO., KANSAS, . V WL PAY TAXE8 FOR NON-RESIDENTS. 1ET P. O. Address Emporia, Kas. ' C. F. OAKFIELD, C ivil Engineer and Surveyor Has a copy of the t (OVERNMENT FIELD NOTES Or Ltow Coustt. .. ESIDE5CE on his farm, adjoining Emporia J on the east. 149y A. P. OANDY, REGISTER OF DEEDS, FOtt CHASE COUNTT, KAKSAS. WILL ATTEND TO PAYING TAXES for. non-residents. Post Offiee address, COTTONWOOD FALLS, Chase County. Kax bs. 219-31 . B. PLUMB . DAtlEB VTlt&OS. PLUMB & WILSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, And Notaries Public, EMPORI...

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. — 9 August 1862

EMPORIA, KANSAS. . ; . SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1862. It was reported that ten rebel iron-clad gunboati hai arrlred at 'Mobile from Eng land, but it is now d'isbeliered at'Wasbing- ton. , ,' . . We understand tbat J.: J. Ingallfl, of Atchison, is a candidate for Lieut. Govern or. - The most important "duty of this offi cer ia to preside over the State: Senate. There is not a better parliamentarian in the State, or a man in every ay better fitted for the position, tban Ingalls.: Ross is out in the Record with another two-column article , for Crawford. The "Governor'- can never atand that. It will kill him; He will have enougb to carry himself through, without taking Ross. George, you had better get .the Record to quit. ' . ' ' We received a letter a few days ago from a prominent politician who has been trav eling in Southern Kansas,' and be informs us tbat Crawford's chances for Governor are indeed slim. He may possibly carry Bourbon county, where he formerly lived, but all the other sout...

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. — 9 August 1862

SATURDAY, AUGUST 9. 1862. To Subscribers, of those who subscribed for this paper ir nn tha "corn arransrenient.' will take j-rflUIU""-"- . . . tliat their terms of subscription are now Notice jDg. ims wceJi. wiu uc uij moil iw tuiuo a 'F ... tit- l .i :ii rr-i 1 :n v - At, - i x r .rjjibfir 01 in em. n c uvpe every uue ui uicui win e up and order Thje Nws for another year. I gtill hare out about three hundred bushels of foro, 1W fF"s - t jjjt," unless they come forward and settle. Mrs. Slocum has our thanks for another of those I vaatiful boquets, with which she has enlivened I ,nd beautified our sanctum so frequently this stseon. The United Brethren , camp meeting com- aencd last evening and will continue several The sale of the" remaining personal property belonging to the estate of W. B. Davis, deceased, ,111 take place at his late residence in Fremont Kinship, on Tuesday, the 26th inBt. Waskey & Hurst have purchased a very heavy itcck of goods in New York, which are now on 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. — 9 August 1862

Mm SATURDAY, AUGUST 9. 1861. FABMEES' DEPARTMENT. Crop Prospects. v The American Agriculturist has reports, gathered from 1,500 reporters in twenty-four States and Territories, from which it is en bled to form a pretty correct estimate of the "XT a I Dtaie oi me crops in me j-iurvuern States. The accounts up to July 10th showed "an exceedingly favorable condition of the crops over the whole country. . we extract r . i A I. - . iL. -.II : Irom vne agncuiiurtst iae luuuwmg para graphs regarding the staples: "The corn crop of the West is represent ed as just about as promising as usual. In Illinois, w isconsm, ana JUicuigan, ana some other States, there are fears of a short crop a falling-off of ten to twenty per cent, being the estimate: but in Ohio, Indiana, Minne sota, Pennsylvania, and New England States on the whole, the appearance indicates a full average or even above, and a little more than the average bread th planted. In New York and New Jersey the corn looks poorly, and is e...

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. — 16 August 1862

Vol. 5- No. 44. ;EBIPOKIA, KANSAS, SATUEDAYv AUGUST 16, 1862. Whole No. 252. THE NATIONAL TAX BILL. Internal Taxes of the United States Sys tematically A rranged. The following tables are classified lists of the objects liable to taxation under the sew law, which came into operation on the 1st of August: .. , LICENSES. Any number of persons may carry on business in copartnership under one license; but, with the exception of auctioneers and peddlers, a license is available for one place oi Dusmess oniy, storage alone being per milted elsewhere. -. ' - ' , Amusements Theaters, - 100.00 ' . Circuses, - 50.00 " Jugglers, 20.00 " Otherpub'cexhibit'ns 10.00 No license procured in one State is held to authorize exhibitions in another State $mt a 4$arata license is required 'for each State. Apothecaries except where annual gross rec'pts do not exceed 8 1 ,000, or where . a wholesale or retail dealers' license has been taken out, 10.00 .Auctioneers, 20.00 Not allowed to sell at private sale ...

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. — 16 August 1862

EHPOBIA, KANSAS. X SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1862. Kansas is in danger! The President's call for six hundred thousand men means very man who can possibly go. Eape ciallf it means the YOUNG MEN" oft Kansas and all the Statesi ' '": This whole country belongs to the young men. ' Its1' future is for them, and will be "just what they make it. '; Shall that future be inglorious, and tainted by the remem brance of a, cowardly and unpatriotic past ? We trust not.r ;'' ', If we all go now, -rictory will follow our arms. If we wait, we but grow weaker. . and the enemy stronger, until it will be for ever too late. ; . - -: Shall we submit to a draft ? Let' the response from every loyal Kansas heart be, "Nxvx 1" J If we volunteer,- there will be ' no draft. , ' Price is approaching our border. He must sublet his army on Kansas or not at all. If we stay at home there will be no hindrance to his foraging on Kansas. If . we fill up the, new. Regiments, he will at least encounter our strong arms. One b...

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. — 16 August 1862

SATURDAY. AUGUST 16. 1862. 100 HEN WANTED! eleventh Regiment Kansas Vol unteer Infantry. I am authorized to recruit a company for the Eleventh Regiment Kansas Volunteers, sow being raised by Judge , Ewing. . For this purpose I have established a " ; RECRUITING OFFICE IN EMPORIA, (at my law office on Commercial street.) where I will enlist and master into the serviced all who may offer from Ljon, Morris, Chase, Butler, Greenwood r '. and Coffey Counties.:-- ; All who enlist at these Headquarters will draw pay and rations from the time of such enlistment, and upon being forwarded to the Regimental Rendezvous will receive twenty-five dollars boun ty money, and one month's pay in advance making a total of $38. The members of the company will choose all their own officers I Volunteers receive $13 per month, and One Hundred Dollars bounty. If Kansas raises her quota of Volunteers, there will be no draft. If not, there will be. and right speedily. Let each one calculate his chances under 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. — 16 August 1862

A.JWt SEARSy r Tri T T C.'F.?EARLE. SEARS & EAELE, ..'..i ri.f fi?A TH BOOT ! SHOE HOUSE . vvuo'ify.yr'AHA . NO. 44 DELAWARE ST., ;:I , Leavenworth, Kansas. f : THE - ::' - : Largest Establishment ! ' ' ' js THE TEASE ' ON. THE MISSOURI RIVER. DIRECTLY OF THE-MANUFACTURER, Thereby wiving several profits to 'our buyers. Y.' EVERY MERCHANT ' SILIOTIHO HIS 8IOOK OF .. BOOTS & SHOES, ;: WILL SAVE MONEY BY Tint) nn i otw n r t? ttq - x u it v ii a u i. ii u uui DEALERS EXCLUSIVELY IN THAT LINE ! 241-66 R. C. BRANT & CO., l Dealers in ; . STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS, Housekeeping, Outfitting, . ASD - ' . Hadies Dress Goods, CARPETINGS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, OIL CLOTHS, Ac, No. ,60 Delaware St.,0 ; ' LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. 241-tf KANSAS BOOK-BINDER Y.i . ESTABLISHED 1857.; JOHN DODSWORTH, BLANK BOOK, MANUFACTURER On Third St., below Delaware, Leavenworth, - - - - - - - Kansas. Blank Books Ruled, Printed and Bound ' : TO ANY PATTERn1J 1 'cU'-;i'-' MAGAZINES, MUSIC $ PERIODICALS, Bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 23 August 1862

Vol. 5 -Nd 45. EMPOBIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1862; THE GOVERNMENT DRAFT. ;- ttpialations for the Enrollment and Draft 8 of the Militia. Adjutant General's Office,) War Department, Washington, 3 p. M.f Aug. 9, 1 862. ) 0E5ERAL ORDER NO. 99. 'Regulations for the enrollment and draft of three hundred thousand militia, in pursu (ace of an order by the President of the pnited States, bearing date August 4, 1862, thereby it is provided that a draft of three hundred thousand militia be immediately called into the service of the United States, to serve for nine months, unless sooner discharged, and that the Secretary of War eball assign the quotas to the States, and establish regulations for the draft. Also, that if any State shall not, by the 15th of August, furnish its quota of, the additional three hundred thousand volunteers author-? iiedTtt lajrfthe deficiency of volunteers in that State shall also be made up by special draft from the militia, and that the Secre tary of War sha...

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. — 23 August 1862

m wmptm SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1852. Eepublic&n Delegate Election. . Tbe Republican voters of Hyon county' are re- Suceted to meet in their respective representative utrict, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, at 2 o'clock p. x., and choose by ballot a delegate to represent said district in the Republican State Convention to be held at Topeka, on the 17th day of September, 1863. ,' . ; tint District Composed of the townships of Emporia, Pike aat Center: At V' Humphrey, Judge ; E. Borton, Clerk. Pike Township, at the house of John Moon EU L. Davia. Judge; Cyrus Stout, Clerk. Also, at Kir kendaU's school house Solomon Pheanis, Judge; E. B. Kirhendall, Clerk. Center Township, at the house of O. R. Soule G. R. Scule, Judge; L. O. Priest, Clerk. . . . Second District: Elmend&ro Township, at the house of 0. Meadows H. J. Stratton, Judge; C. Meadows, Clerks Also, at Hartford Dr. McGm nis. Judge; Benj. Hunt, Clerk. Jackson Town ship, at Neosho Rapids Geo. 8. Saxton, Judge; Dr. O. J. Tallman, Cl...

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