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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 26 November 1859

fg E3f E M P O R I !?E'WS . jnevitf to '' " "" ni f fj h published, every, Saturday morning, at Emporia, , Breitji nridge 3ounytansM,;bye p ; Club of IcoJ $ilT; ; frm. fj Clubs fcweatyis $30. ' j rt l aef . . oi Adveting. . w ? . . ?v First insertion, per ,Ljne, tea ;eents; each eubsc-: '7;-?irl-' '-?.r; - . queat inserninvcents;ne- dollar vlin peri noBUrt-pi n-lourta ppumttwire,.ijaoaunr 5"; mz roooihs, $17;. oBeyear, $3(k.;.9e-half eluma: t;,ree months, .$7; ix montlus, $30; oq yea, $S0. 11 transient tad. foreign, fuivertiseBientJ must be accompanied by the:cash, to injure. iaaerOra. rir t. B. PtrMBpCDI.Ey RANDALL, E2iTOJt3. SATURDAY., NOVEMBER ;20, 1850. d ( Tuesday T December 6 .r '1 3": BEPXTBLICA1T 8TATE TICKET. for Representative to Congress, MARTIN F, CONWAY. . CHARLES ROBINSON". I v l ; .; . Tot Lieut. Governor, '' '! t ...-J - .J. I ROOT.. r.-S ; . v W'-'.-Tor Secretary oi 'Mgfc, ''. t I JOH3TW; ROBINSON.' V ' ""' -ForXvditbr, ' - J : GEORGE 8. HILLTEB. : : t For Treasurer...

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 November 1859

SATURDAY, KOYEMBES gs, iSO eji beaxj aitu bboosis; p V'UmhVre y; ;MadKyouiigbflyer. and1 tell ?me whit you're been aboutl said Cap tain Mum ford to his daughter & ,wild, bcydenish isa in her. teens, who tad, in aome unicobuntablo way smitten the heart of two worthy swains .of the village; and both dLmt that nsojrninff , atlhe captain bouieepq;. the same errand, vizi .bis consent to'their'uDWn with his daughter,. .;Eacb had , jealously watched the move ments of the 'other ; andi thev bad come purposely at 'the same time,' to pour their tales of Jo.ve W tha fatheVs ear, each" hoping to enlist the sy mpatby . ot . the wormy man in their caused i ' - - " The tales wefe soon told and when the captairi left-them standing beside the gar den fence, to' question Madge, one" amused himself bychewing, a'cbip of birch, while the other whittled a ibickory stick into a walking-cane, and whistled, "Ob, carry, me 'jongv-. m r; . The captain, wba was fair in his dealings, didn't like anvtbinsrih...

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 November 1859

THE irNPEECEDEHTEI) DISCOVERIES I INFORMATION has just been received that fire thousand Indians have collected thera wlves together in &e vtoinityot Pike's Peak, with; a viewTof ivinglonfc. the wbiteBready there, and preventing farther immigration. Bat this information is by no means reliable. However, it in a fact that :, . : HORNSBY & PICK k Have just received, at tbej ' ? J'lU. ...''' In Emporia, he.largest and. best selected etock of SPRINIJi AND i SUMMER GOODS ! Ever brought into Central or Southern, .Kansas, to which large additions will be made from time to time. if- -u -'x' '.r --" '. Pike's Peak1 Emigrants Will find itrgreatjy to Uieir interest tertooenre their outfits at our establishment, instead of going to the river towns for them. Our stock consists in part of s .'.'i -wt'lf'-. rff 1 i i DRY GOODS! Lawns, Silks, Ginghams, .Calicoes,; CassineU,' Tweeds, Cottonades, Cassimeree Ac. ,h READY-MADE CLOHNG.' ' Boots, Pants, Vests, i Drawers Colied, Hickory, Check, Whi...

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 November 1859

E3SEP. f .icrB8-Hx9rfU:vla,-tim- las -Diwabrif Watclnriakers & Jewelers LAIJD AIID COLLECXIOII r UiixAITiTllirD ' . -Al' O- S N" -.O -: ' 1 ii 1 IS iiAi-MKUirii i .ixui w M ' T wpUa tuir, ca P. waatr" - " " . ' .--:,- -,. Rates of AtfvertisiBff. ... jii !!. pct tun. Om fomrth oIanm ja svi w -.sU aicataas fcwlfrtlai P i .Single eopiea of.THNxwg in wrappers for sale . at this office, at fire cents per eopy. Znka!4iH?rges, Bonds and DeeW rations for sairsi this-oiSeeia'airf qaantitrr , Forf irceB'.-ClAnkfeubpnss.xectotionB fiaicnas'ri Waxrn& Rjeognizaoces, .,, fe 1? atthoi it rmx rrfki'tTf Yi own Arrivals hhJ 'Dcparttirfes 'of flails t and jrrbni the -Emporia Pdst Office, ; :'J Lawrence Mail arrives Saturdays at 6 r.'sC' : Lerfrts-ili&ys'At ea.i:! ..TiJvrtJL-.J ' Topeka Mail arrive Tuesdays at 6 p. it. LeavesWednesdijys at 6'a. h.. Butler IStwiajHve Wed eadaysat 10 a. m Leares Thursdays at 12 ic. . Fort Scott Mail arrives Saturdays at 13 u.' -LJfay.ail2,M,a W'?i5; Weekly ma...

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 December 1859

fa I V n rftfE, EMPORIA -KEWS. i , t -f y - '. : Published every .Saturday morning at Emporia, " "Breckinridge County, Kansas, by ... j-rjiDi2" ORA.isxiA.Xir. sb co. TsR9 T Dollar per annum, in advance. . Cloba of ten, $17. -; V Clubs of twenty, $30. 1 ' Rates ;of Advertising. ; First Inflation, per line, ten- cents; each subse nuent Insertion, five cents; one dollar a line, per f JOB , PRINTING. v5 The office of The Emporia News is furnished with a complete assortment of the newest style of Type, Borders, FloorishesX'Cdta.Gsaffey Papers, Colored Inks, Bronxe, 4c., enabling th -proprietor to print CJiscciJu Casm,j Cirhticajm or Stock, Deeds, Posters, '.and;- all other iindi of Job Tazxrma, in a manner unsurpassed in ths: country. .Particular attentipnrpaid'iby; printing; all kinds of Blanks. Orders for work promptly ; attended to when accompanied wiih...CASH., ,:'JEa celsxor" is our motto. ""': ' ,- Ll Blank Warranty and Mortgage Tieeds, Bonds,' Executions Summons, Subpenas, Attachm...

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 December 1859

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1859. L ' .A Beautiful Story. - jTHe Green Bay Advocate has a talented and aciompluned lady correspondent, who signs terself 'Long-a-Coming." If she is as beautiful as some of her brilliant pro ductions, we think she can bear the palm. Here is one of her last effusions, done up in rhyme, and a pretty little thing it is. It is entitled - ' ' irrir;; thk moccasin plower. 'Twas just one hundred years ago, down on the Little Suamico, a maiden, on the yellow sands, was tearing,; with her pretty hands, her long and glossy raven hair. It was a civilized despair ; for though she knew not "Ovid's art of Love,", she had a human heart that loved with more than art ; 'twas life, all that defines that one word wife, was gone and blotted from the world ; the stars and moon to darkness hurled. Life ran, an ever wid'ning river, to seas where darkness hung forever. Flow on thou ceaseless Suamico, by golden sands forever flow ! The honeysuckle blooming wild leans down, the littl...

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 December 1859

Hammerslough Brothers, Wholesale Dealers in an 4 Manufacturers of IIBIDMADB CLOTIliNO! Gent's Furnishing Goods, , BOOTS- AND SHOES, - o Hata - and Caps, Etc.r Etc., r r WHICH WE INVITE THE ATTEN tion of Merchants throughout the Territory, being confident that we can. hold put induce ments to make it to your interest to give us your custom; r.iQur. fall stock will be ready for inspec tion by the . " FIRST OF SEPTEMBER. Our Store is on the Corner of Third and Main Streeets, KANSAS CITY, MO. au20 W.D.ALEXANDER, Grtm" arid Lock Smith., EMPORIA, KANSAS. GUU REPAIRING aed light Jobbing of all kinds done on short notice, and on reasona ble terms. ... Sho one door west of Cox fc Baker's Blacksmith ' Shop, on Sixth Avenue." ' oct8 ' GREAT WESTERN : FURNITURE STORE ! RA WORTH & SEELYZ, seain street, nar Third ......KANSAS CITY, MO.. HAVE the largest, best and cheapest stockfof Furniture in the West. Our immense fall stock has iust been received. October 1, 1859. ' , 12m3 W. E. SUTLIFF, Me...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 3 December 1859

SATURDAY, DECE3IBEU 3, 1859. 3P lisU I tTerms. of buiicriptiou, m Siagl eopy. on year ..ft 03 Tin opie Tr, (kd n to getter upof eluh.) ... K 09 Tw..i, " ..." ' Rates of Advertising. ffrtiartia.rr tea eenM.-eclinbwqueai iaserfcoa, br e(YU,' ode tUDr UeT" e tourtheofcrnm , hrW iBonU.'lO ? At: f o,7'." So 00.1 On half ool. thre mo.. It 00; i - 80 ! 0B w- tr wt and foiwiga ulTsrtUemenU must pud is draae. Single copies of Ths News in wrappers for pale at this office, at five cents per copy. Clanks. TDeeds. ilortgmgea, Bonds and Decla rations for sale at this office jn any quantity.. 2 J"pr fXnsUccsBlank Subpccaa, Executions Smmons', Warrants, Recognizances, Ac, for sale Arrivals and'-'Departiires of Mail at and from the Emporia Post Office ' Lawrence Mail arrives Saturdays lit 6 r. sr. Leaves Mondays at A. if.' i V'j Topeka. Mail arri. yea, Tuesdays At C p. ai. Leaves WednesJaj'' at 6 'Ai ic.- j . ' Butler (Mo.) Mail arrives Wednesdays at 10 a. m. Leaves Thursdays at 12 m. " " Fort Scott...

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 December 1859

TTEiMPOIlIA NEWS. .ijghed every Sat 'day morning at Emporia, Breekinridgo County, Kansas, by . -.-ptJDLEX RANPALL Sc. CO, tV3tsTtoo Dollar per annum, in aduincr. : Clubs of ten, $17. 1 " Clubs of twenty, $30. r i Ratesvof Advertising. .. . . . pirit insertion, jr-line ten cents; each subse ucBt insertion, five oentsj one dollar a line, per num. One-fourth column three months, $10; t moothsi $17; one year, $30. ... One-half column lfee months, $17; six months, $30; one year, $50. ijl transient and foreign advertisement must be ompanied hythe cash, to injure insertion..' v ... mm r. B. PLCMB. DCDLEY RANDALL,, EDITORS. EMPORIA, KANSAS : SATURDAY, 1KCK3IBEU lO, 1859. The State Election.' The excessive cold weather on last 'Tues day doubtless had a depressin'effect upon the election all over this Territory." -We believe there was a general desire. an4 will jnness, throughout Southern Kansas at least,, to poll 9. full vote" this time. 1 Had the day been fair, we have not a doubt but that ...

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 December 1859

SATURDAY, DECEMBER lO, 1859. - The Courtship and Marriage of -Josh-;.y -iiVTv-i ua Wheat. - - .: Did "you ever ee a bashful man, reader ? , .- If you hare, you hare seen one of the most t awkward, ungainly creatures among the hu 'tnan bipeds. - Now there may be something - ivery attractive and interesting in the shrink--"fag timidity of a bashful girl, though" I con fess I have my doubts in regard to it ; but a bashful man, who ever pities him ? Though despised by one sex and laughed at bjrhetherj always doing' what he nev- er ought to have done, and saying what he -never intended to say, he is one of the most pitiable objects in existence. To be sure, in these days of brass and assurance, when every man thinks himself as good as his neighbor and a great deal bet ter, they are very rare. : But still they are to be met with occasionally, though they are quickly disappearing, and probably in a few years there will be none of them left. - My friend Joshua Wheat was one of thi3 unfortun...

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. — 10 December 1859

THe New York Tribune. The TBiBUNK-now.more than eighteen years old, and having oyer Two Hundred Thousand subscribers, or constant pur chasers, dlfifilsed : through every State and Territory of our union will . continue in essence what it has been the earnest cham pion of Liberty, Progress, and of whatever will cohducV to our national growth in Vir tue, Industry, Knowledge, and Prosperity. It will continue to urge the emancipation not' only of . the Black laborer from chattel ism and legal impotence, but of the White likewise from Land Monopoly, Intemperance, Ignorance, and that dependence on remote Markets which; paralyzes exertion by deny ing to Toil any adequate and morally certain reward. Believing that the chief evil of our time is the inordinate multiplication and disproportion; of JNpn-Producers, it; will continue to war. Against whatever tends to degrade Manual -Labor or deprive it of its just and full recompense. -It will inflexibly commend the policy of winning hither from ...

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 December 1859

I 7- SATURDAY DECEMBER 10, 1859. Rates of Advertising. WSMtSon. ir liae. ten cU: net '7' , t.t. , . . , ,. on, .ar. afcaft.. Ou half ... Una ner kaaum . . .rr"Jh CUAmmS. t most be i prince . - J Single copies of Tin News in -wrappers for Bale at this office, at five cents per copy; Blank?.. Deeds, Mortgages, Bonds an dDjchv rations for We" any 'iuantit, For J ustiee-Blatik Si&penas,' Executions Smmosarmat, .JRjSonEancea. fcc, for'eale at this office t Tf t fn' Arrivals land Departures of Jttatis.at ana lifrom tha Emporia Fost uiace. ;. : Lawrence Mail arrives .Saturdays at 6 F.- sr - Leaves Mondays p 6 a.jh: Topeka Mail arrives Tuesdays at 6 P. . Leaves Wednesdays at 6 a.'m." Butler (Mo! Mail arrives. Wednesdays at 10 x. u. Leaves Thursdays at 12 m. " ' . f Fort Scott Mail arrives Saturdays at 12 ul Leaves Hon days, a 12jl , . .. "Weekly mkitto Plymouth, 'Toled a arid Cotton wood Falls, west; ako.the Bayard," Eldorado and Chelsea, south. ..,-.-,,..-- ? Office open Sundays from 1...

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 December 1859

1J4Y, DfcCKMBEU IT; 1850. 1 ALICE HAUGHTON The ExBachelori Story " BT MBS. MABT A. DENlBOIf- Wallace Haughton and I were bosom . j9 When he married a beautiful ' girl ibom he 'onK 'M?eD attached 1 shut self up sullenly in nay own room and re fj t0 gee ih face of man. ; My passions undisciplined from childhood. ; till I attainea tne age 01 twenty one I had fi,s f ungovernable angr. After , ! (j-ue my pride came to the rescue, and 1 nd roj" temper down. I loved Wallace Ljj.ton as some men love women, strong , jrJently, deathlessly. We were almost 'apaiabl. Befere him I never showed fiend within me. IJis sunshiny face in rtrifbly dispersed the clouds in my breast. ' Vever shall I, forget the day he first told Jhe loved Mary- Vernon. Befoie that I KB"tt of her as a sweet, angelic woman ; ttt iliat hour I hated her. -What shall I do ?" was the wild, pas inate cry with which I replied. Do? why be just the same loving gj beloved frlpnd come and sit by our jarth-stone ; come and live with u...

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 December 1859

Kt a Ml mj. t a n ' : ' "I I I I Ti 1 rrntr' .mmmm 3rrar-.?' -; .. e J Pi R- PlAjMB'. DrDLEY BANTALI.y EDITORS. ; : 1;xa i' ' i i - i r " ,ir ' .. ' j( tr.f.;S iEMPORIA,"KAN8AS': " L j r &at tiiiD ivi! DfiCEJiBER j f - ' i l J . , , , :;T- four, weeks expectea, uia no arrive ana we j:wereeoiffeltedUhi6r week t6 ' issue & half . ,tebeet or iiorie: "We1 JraVe increased our'me-, . t;hanical fdrcerand when Kiur , paper comes " we copfiaentally hope to issue, regularly; and .pjore.projjnpUy to the . Lour ( Saturday morn ,iug) than heretofore.- : '" ' '" , ' ' '" :: ; We direct the attention of those interested in the County-seat Court House-tax question to a'communication'on' that subject in 'an other column. ". ' ' . ' . ,. ' : From scattering returns throughout the Territory, we are enabled to lecide with cer .tainty that the whole Republican, State tick-; et is elected, ; by j majorities probably about equal those at the Territorial election. In -this Judicial District, if the...

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 December 1859

Site ilfiififiiFiMi Vol. 3iSro. 20. EMPOKIA, KANSAS, DECEMBER 24, 1859. Whole No.124 mu mm rvv P. B. PLUMB, DUDLEY RANDALL. EDITORS. EM PQI1IA. KANSAS : SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 850. "The News." A second failure in getting our paper has caused us to appear in rather a unique style this week in what our devil" terms a "holiday rig." We have intelligence that our winter's stock of piper, ordered some two months ago, was frozen up in the Mis souri river, and that which we have since ordered has not yet been received. We can assure our patrons that we have done the best we could ; and so much do we dislike the idea of losing an edition, that we will adopt almost any means which will insure the regular issuing of a paper. Last week we published a half sheet ; this week a whole sheet, colored. Next week, if we can do no better, we shall use common wrapping paper ; and when we can no longer procure paper of any description, we shall try a hand at printing on a shingle. At any rate, The News ...

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 December 1859

i yors&- and. evincing- greatsrratitude, have"?- " SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24,1859. A JalS and Female Bsd Warmua on their Wedding Tour. They visit Parkerslery and git for d'Pen . Picture front the editor of the Sews. i ' 1,1 " - ' The train from Grafton due here at 11 .40, A. M., under the management of that gen tlemanly, amiable, popular and efficient con ductor. Captain Scott, a few day3 since stop ped at one of the way stations, to take on a couple newly married. Both were young and loth were verdant ; having been raised in the wilds of western Virginia, neither of them had ever been fifty miles away from home. They bad heard of railways, loco motives, steamboats and hotels, but had never experienced the comforts of any of the afore mentioned institutions. Jeems and Lize had determined on this, the most important event' in their lives, to visit the city and see the world, particularly that por tion of it known as Parkersberg. No won der they were amazed, and delighted when the loc...

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 December 1859

A Dutch Veddins:. A'l marriages are mide in Heaven so the adage runs hut the Democrat tells of one that was made in Chicago which is a very different place indeed. In the family of a very respectabla citi zen of thi3 place, lived, as a servant, a young and pretty Swiss girl, who was en gaged in marriage to a lover of hers who is at present in St. Louis, and with whom she kept up a constant correspondence. A few days since Katrine fell ill, and her kind em ployers pent her to bed, employed a physi cian, and used every exertion to restore her to health and happiness -for her disease seemed to be as much a fever of the mind as of the body. At the end of four days the doctor pronounced the patient well, and. much against her will, compelled her to tit down to some sewing. Watching her op portunity, Katrine escaped from the house, and fled to that of a neighbor, into whose bed she crept, and where she remained, deaf to all expostulations and entreaties, for three days longer. At length h...

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 December 1859

c B reckenridgc County O f5c ial. Eammerslough Brothers, 8ATPBDAY, DECEMBER 24, 185Q. A large meeting was held In St. Louis on the 1st inst., composed of Whigs, Amer icans and Republisans, for the purpose of organizing the Opposition party of the city, and to appoint delegates to the Opposition State Convention, to be held at Jefferson City on the 28th of this month. Among other resolutions, one was passed recom mending Hon, Edward Bates for the Presi dency. : There never has been an execution in this country for treason. Washington pardoned the insurrectionists of Pennsylvania. John Adams also pardoned Fries and his asso ciates. Jerome Bonaparte, of Baltimore, who re cently returned home, has, to his honor, re fused the dignity of senator, which Prince Jerome, his father, tendered in order to re tain him in France. He preferred the sim ple title of citizen of the United States. One of the buildings of Knox College, Illinois, was consumed by 6re on the night of the 30th ult. : Name....

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 December 1859

THE .EM PORIA NEWS. Published ' TrV Saturday morning -at Emporia, r -.Breckinridge County, Kansas, by'. 1 1 i 0XTDTT RANDALL &B CO. XtvM--TtBO Dollars per antitan, in advance. f" ' Clab of ten, $17. - f " Clubs of twentyVfSO. - : Rates of Advertising. - ? - - -First insertion, per. Uneaten cents;. -each subse quent insertion,' five"' cents; one dollar a line, per iBnum. One-fourth eolumn three months, $10; x months, $17; one year, $30. One-half column JrOBUKJNIXG. TBt office of Thb , Emtcka Nawiia furnished with a complete assortment of (he newest style of Type, Borders, Flourishes, Cuts, Cards, Faney Papers, Colored Inks, Bronze, fce., enabling Ik proprietor la print Ctacviaa, 0trs. CiatxiriCATca. of Stock, DntM, Poena, and all other kinds of Job Psotiso, in a manner unsurpassed in the country. Particular attention paid to printing1 all kinds of Blanks. Orders for work promptly attended to when accompanied will Cash. "Ex cciaioa" is our xnotte. . j Blank Warranty and Mortgage D...

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 December 1859

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1859. A True Story of the Hard Times. I ROM PETKBSOS'S MAGAZIKK. If a country clergyman's daughter is at all lovable, she is generally the pet of the parish. Anna Irvin was pre-eminently so. Old and young looked upon her with affec tion, as Sunday after Sunday she glided, in her timid, graceful beauty, into the rectory pew, and her father might be pardoned if, even from the chancel, his eye sought her loved form, and his ear the soft tones of her voice. For sixteen years she read and stud ied, sang and laughed, surrounding by fond, admiring hearts. But there came a change a day when Dr. Irvin preached .his last sermon, and laid his head down in the old churchyard. Anna went away to New York. It is needless to trace the progress of the chancres and misfortunes by which she sank, in four or five years, from a mu sic-teacher to taking in sewing, and then workincr at hat-binding. When the 'hard times' of this last fall fell upon the country, even this humble resou...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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