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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 10 January 1863

SATURDAY. JANUARY' 10. 1803 We learn frutn our merc-hanis that Luri ' rie3 lias been very good for some time pist. 'There is Wore money in the country now than ever before. 1 We are glad lo learn that lhj vl.eat crop is locking very well in this sectijn of tvun try. It was bupposei t Law ben killed by the early 'Vol J snap." but. the recent rains have brought it out amazingly. A meeting La-i been going on for' several 'days in the Christian church, under th jninistei ial lab rs of Elder J. II. H,u.se;rrian. 'of Burlington, who has been u-ced-fu! in tutcing htvera to the belter path of Cms ti?n liie. " , Win. Iltw6on,of Co. C llih Kinas vol unteers, who h b-en Mppirg here f- r a few weeks, will l-ave f r the command on Monday. This will be an excellent opp r tunity tor ;i.",-e de-ii ing to do $n, t fnui letter to their friends in the 11th. It. 0. Brant, of li;e exi-nive wl.ole.-ale and letail dry good houe in Leavenworth, spent neveial day, in Etnporii this w(-k. We believe Mr. Biant...

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 January 1863

I'M 'ITT SATURDAY, JANUARY 10. 18C3. FARMERS' DEPARTMENT. Sorghum Susar. We Lave before us a sample of sorghum sugar, made by E. D. Foss, of Mainville, Warren county, upon bis patent evaporator. It 13 a9 white as the beat New Orleans; the crystals are large ami translucent a.3 honey, and the flavor is equal to any in the mar ket. We are informed by Mr. Foss that he uses no chemical preparation to produce granulation or to clarify his sugar. He simply evaporates the sytup, and drains it in the usual manner. Much, indeed ev erything, depends upon the stae at which the cane 13 cut. Farmers, he assures us, are generally at fault in cutting their cane too early. His experience and observation, which have been extensive, determine him in the opinion tlat the most favorable time to cut the cane, both for molasses and su gar, is when the leaves and stalks have turned yellow. If cut before, the syrup is dark and acid, and ha3 a sorghum flavor which it is impossible to eradicate. While tolera...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 17 January 1863

Mire ' ' . . . i ' - .! .!' a ... . , Y : 1 A 'J . I , Y A J 5 V .1 i' Ad 1 1 I v rr -., Vol. 6--NO. 10. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17. 1863. N6270. X i-f' ' isV 'i ' ' u ' it; It ' "j fij FCBUSHED KTEiT 8ATURDAT MOB.XISO, At Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, 'BY JACOB.' STOTLEE; Editor axd Proprietor:" Office Newt Building, corner of Commercial street and Sixth avenue. . TrM8 Two dollars per annum, in ad ranee. Clubs of ten. $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the i.ne for which they are subscribed. JAMES MEANS, : Stone Mason, Bricklayer and Plasterer, ready to talre contracts for any work in his une. iuiJiiJinii HJM and riiAai.fc.K IIAIRvr sale. Emporia, iCansas, August 3, 1861 202 J. A. MOORE, M. D., PHYSICIAN AXD SURGE OX, EMPORIA, KANSAS. 152m6 P. B. FLCMB. DAVIE8 WILSOX. PLUMB & WILSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, And Notaries Public, EMPORIA, KANSAS. IT"Oflice under Masonic Hall, Commercial tt . t A. T. WINCHELL, AGENT, DEALER IN WINES, LIQUOR...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 17 January 1863

11 EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 17. 1863. ITEMS BY LAST NIGIITS 31 AIL. We received a letter from Topeka too late for insertion. From it we learn that the House had organized by electing Hon. Mr. Kellogg, of Leavenworth. . Speaker, A. R. Banks, of Osage, Chief Clerk, Judge Day, Aaaiatant Clerk, Wm. Wells, Journal Clerk, -Wm..WiUon,i Docket, Clerk, C 8. Lamb din, Enrolling Clerk and Abram Ellis, En grossing Clerk. The Senate had organized by electing John Francis, Secretary. J. G. Otis, Assis tant Secretary, Davies Wilson, Docket Clerk, Wm. Boulton, Journal Clerk, J. Van Horn, Engrossing Clerk, H. A. Cook, Seresm-at-Arms, and Leroy Crandall, Doorkeeper. We have not received Gov. Carney's Mes sage, but will undoubtedly have it for our next issue. The, war news ia of very little importance. A dispatch from Memphis of the 11th Bays Grant has evacuated Holly Springs, and that the greater part of Tennessee be yond Lagrange is to be given up for the present, and a heavy force is to m...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 17 January 1863

IB TTiU ? nr i - v rj SATURDAY, JAKUARY 17. 1CC3. Dl'.ATII OF CHARLES STOTLElt. Tbe most i.painfu.1 duly of- our life'de rolves upon us this week, in announcing the death of Charles Stotler, brother to the editor of this paper. He diecTat the hos pital, at FayeitevilU, Arkansas, of a wound received, at the battle of Prairie Grove, while bravely fighting for his country, i& the defense of one of Gen. Blunt's batteries. He enlisted in Company C, Eleventh Kan Eas, under Major Plumb, last August. His wound was not at first supposed to be mor tal. , Tbe skull was broken, and pieces pressed on the brain, rendering it necessary to remove them; and it wa3 not till after thit 4 - . .1 - ! I uuerauon caiieu amonsr Hieaicai men "tre-H nor.n;n,." r i i- j J""u,uii "ao ciiVIiJJeu, Ull lit! UlCU.tJ He was suffered to linger nearly a month, before his wound was properly attended to by the surgeon; and it is the opinion of those whom we have seeo from Fayetteville. that had i1a rr.,,n,l rv.A ,1...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 17 January 1863

r SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 18G3. FARRIERS' DEPARTMENT. J -i J Vliaibius4and!TxainlngxiHs. ! The earlier in life the education of any animal .commences, the easier .will be its training and the more certainly will its hab its be fixed. Horses learn most of their vices before they' are tbree years old, and in a large number of instances the work of "breaking" them does not commence be fore the second or third year. Begin when th4' colt is one month old. I Put on bJm a leatheor web halter, w'uh- DUtih'liiichlng-8trflp.-Let it remain-there, and you will ,.baye .control over him when you wish" to bandle' liim. ' Have a leather . . hitchiog-strap with, a; buckle or clasp on one end, to fasten into the halter ring when you wish to lead or tie the colt. Never tie a rope orrope halter around the neck. Al low the colt to nibble at his dam's feed while she is eating. After he has become accustomed to the halter and to being led about and handled, you can tie him along side his dam at feeding-time...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 24 January 1863

pi- Vol. 6--NO. 11. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1863. Whole No. 271. Ill if 1 ' n 'i 1 v.. r T I .1 : ' 5 .V: , in I- Wat axtn PUBLISHED ITEET 8ATCRDAT VOaxnTS, - At Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLER, Editor atid Pkofeietor. DJiee Nrie$ Building, corner of Commercial ttreet and hixlh avenue. Terms Two dollars per anntun. in advance Clubs of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the ine for which they are subscribed. JAMES MEANS, Stone Mason, Bricklayer and Plasterer, TS ready to 1 I line. Ill ISO HAIR fn take contract for any work in his BUILDING STONE and PLASTER- fnr sale. ' . " Emporia, Kansas, August 3, 18C1 202 P. B. PLUMB. DAVTE3 WILSO.V- PLTJMB & "WILSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, And Notaries Public, EMPORIA, KANSAS. . U Office under Masonic Hall, Commercial sc A. T. WINCHELL, AGENT, DEALER IN ' WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, And a general assortment of IT'am.ily Groceries. &c. Orders lied at St. Louis Prices, f...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 24 January 1863

Kansas las Lever felt the fostering hand of tl e General Government. The Territory came into f xistemeamid turmoil and strife. Notwithstanding tLe hard 'and harsh treat ment of the Federal Government notwith standing this turmoil and etrife, it grew, Mid in two jtarfi after its Crec settlement demanded ad milieu as a State. The de mand was denied. I do not violate the truth of history, when I say it was rudely And cruelly done. Anoiher application was made, and that too was curtly and offens ively refuped. The people at last, after hav ing passed through struggles such a3 no other Territory in the Union ever experi enced, were heard by Congress, and admit ted as a Stale into the Union. Now, I do cot propose to a-k, or that you should ask, any one act fiom Congress that we may cot rightfully claim. I a6k only that the nation shall do for Kansas what it has done for Illinois, Michigan, Iowa, and other States. This is justice, and what we have a right to claim. For your information, th...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 24 January 1863

.1! SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1863. Farmers, Turn Out. The farmers of Lyon county, an J all others in terested in the matter, are requested to meet at McElfresh Hal!, on Saturday afternoon next, Jan. 31st, at 2 o'clock, P. 21., for the purpose of organizing, if thought proper, a Cotton Gi-owc-ra Association, or Fanners' Club. It is hoped that there will be a general attend ance, and that all who contemplate the experi ment of cotton culture the ensuing season, will be prepared to state the quantity of seed they "will require. We are authorized to aay that, if aufficient is planted, a Gix will be brought here. An Association has been organized in Douglas county, and they intend to go into it quite exten sively. Let's beat them in Cotton, as we have in Wheat. Quarterly Meeting. The foutth quarterly meeting of tbe M. E. Church for Emporia mission, Kansas Conference, will be held in the Congrega tional chuich in Emporia, cooimencing Jan. 31st, 1863, at 11 o'clock a. m. J. W. Stewart, Pastor...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 24 January 1863

PROSPECTUS THE EHPOBIA NEWS. j? o n. i s e 3, TTH NEWS IS THE LARGEST, CHEAPEST, An J, with cn txeeption, is the oxlt kegclarlt . , ISSUED Paper in Southern Kansas. It cUvoted to the eausi of the UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT, INTERESTS OF SOUTHERN -KANSAS, And more especially to the county that beara the , nam of th noble and lamented LYON ! And those counties immediately adjacent. It furnishes a weekly SYNOPSIS OF THE WAR NEWS, And in its columns may be found the best selec tions from the ablest writers of the day, on BBLIQIOH, EDUCATION, POLITICS AGRICULTURE, AND the various Sciences. Its EDITORIALS will be written with care, and, while it will avoid as far as possible all personalities, it will not refrain from exposing dishonesty and rascal ity in all quarters. It will respect all men in the expression of their honest opinions, and will not hesitate to denounce what it considers evil. Its columns will not be controlled by any political clique, but on the contrary will be open to com...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 31 January 1863

Vol. G--No. 12. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3l. 1863. Whole No. 272. ' rtBLISHED ETZBT 8ATURDAT MORSIXO, , ' Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB, STOTLER, Editoi and Propeietor. Al tijice Neu Buildinp, corner of Commercial street and Sixth avenue. rrRM Two dollars per annum in advance. '.ibs of tn. $17. Clubs of twenty, $W 11 papers c'iscontinutl at t1i erpiration of the 5 -e for which they arc subscribed. JAMES MEANS, Stoni? Jlwon, Hricklayer and Plasterer. fS r-ad- to take contracts fr any work in his line. BUILDING STONE and PLASTER ING HAIR for sale. Einporia, Kansa?. August 3, 18C1 22 B. PLCMB. O.WIF.S WILSO.V. PLUMB & WILSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, And Notaries Public, EMPORIA. KANSAS. ETOftice undVr Masonic Hall, Commercial se A. T. WINCHELL, AGENT, DEALER IN WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, And a general assortment of IairLily Groceries. feo. Orders Hod at St. Louis Prices, freights added December 7,1861-ly JNO. T. COX. ATTORNEY AT LAW, NOTARY PUBLIC, AND GENERAL LA...

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 January 1863

mm mtvt$. EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1863. Our Topela correspondence has failed to come to hand this week. In looking over the proceedings S3 published by the Daily Record, we see nothing of particular inter est. There was uo news of importance by last night's mail. Gold was quoted atS1.53f. Sumner and Franklin, two of the best gen erals in the Potomac array, have been re lieved of their commands. Gov. Ramsey, of Minnesota, was elected U. S. Senator from that State on the 14th. Calicott, Republican, was elected Speaker of the New York Assembly on the 26lh. Ben. Wade was re-elected Senator from Ohio by 24 majority. Not much Copper head in that. Since the retreat of Grant's army to Mem phis and the abandonment of Northern Miss issippi the cotton trade ha3 almost entirely ceased. A special dispatch from Washington to Ihe New York Post, says the House Com mittee on Territories have agreed to the ad mission of Nevada, Colorado and Nebraska, into the Union as States. Geo. S. 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. — 31 January 1863

SATURDAY, JANUARY 31. 1863. Funeral Sermon. The funeral sermon of ihe late Charles Siotieb, will be preached at. the Christian church to-morrow at 4 o'clock P. M., bj Elder Brown. Farmers, Turn Out. The farmers of Lyon county, and all others in terested in the matter, ore requested to meet at McE!fresh Hall, on Saturday afternoon next, Jan. 31st, at 2 o'clock, P. If., for the purpose of organizing, if thought proper, a Cotton Growers' Association, or Farmers' Club. It is hoped that there wHl be a general attend ance, and that all who contemplate the experi ment of cotton culture the ensuing season, -vr 111 be prepared to state the quantity of seed they will require. We are authorized to say that, if sufficient is planted, a Gix will be brought here. An Association has been organized in Douglas' county, and they intend to go into it quite exten siTely. Let's beat them in Cotton, as we have in Wheat. Quarterly fleeting. The fouith quarterly meeting of the M. E. Church for Emporia miss...

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 January 1863

r: HI mi SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1863. FARMERS DEPARTMENT. A Sheep Farm. Od New Year's Day, we took a drive oat to the farm owned by D. N. Barnes, Fox Diefendorf apd Cyrus L. Gorton. Tbey have three hurjdred and twenty aciea within three and a half miles of the city, and one' hundred and sixty acres on the btranger. From the improvements already made, in buildings, fences and fruit, we think these gentlemen are aiming to have the model farm of Kansa?. Enough has already been don in the way uf beautifying the grounds to make thi3 farru well worthy of a visit. . They hare a flock o( twelve hundred and twenty-five aheep, and it is -good for the eyes to look at them. Thirty of them were bought in Vermont, two hundred in Mich igan, and four hundred in Iowa. Some of them are as "proud as a sheep" of their lineage, wear their daintiest fleeces, and cost as high as two hundred and fifty dol lars each. There are the Sp-m'sn ilerino, the Paular Merino the French Merino, and the savory South Dow...

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 February 1863

Or. - " .4Viw. ;ji' i - ,v :i j n ;-i i iff ?.5x:tc-fj Iter: f.ii.i J ivprst,!. 3fQii;6 No. 13.T EMPOKIA, KANSAS SAlTQtDAY, FEBRtM Y 7, 1803.. 'Jv: V ? T - vaVhole No:'273 ! J- v . a. ' 9 ' Y : .TfOAT MOlXIXe. , i i j i i i i I 5 1 : f i At Emporia, Xyon ron" County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEB,. Editor AXD PiopRiEToa. Office News Building, corner of Commercial street and SixtJt avenue.. Term Two dolfars per annum, in advance. Clu&s'of ten. $11; '- ' - ;I Clubs of twenty, $30 . -All papers li8eontinnd at th xpirfition of tbe inie for which they are subscribed. -JAMES 'MEANS1,5 Stone 'Mason, Drickluyer 'and ' Plasterer, 8 ready totaW coutraets fir' any work in his hne. JJUILDIMJ STONE and rLASTi.lt- G HAIR for eale. Emporia, Xana, Ancjttlt 1 202 P.B. rLL'MB. .CAYIE3 WILSOJf- PLUMB & WILSON, ATTOKKEYS AT LAW, And Notaries Public, , ; EMPORIA 'KANSAS. U Office under Masonic Hall, Commercial si A. T. WINOHELL, AGENT, . ..DEALER m, , - . WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS. ,8 v t Toiicdb, O c ....

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 7 February 1863

EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1863. ITEMS BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL. The Conservative' learns from Lieut. A. C. Smith, of the 1 1th. Kansas, who left the regjment on Flat Creek, 42 miles west of Srjrjngfield, Ho., on the 27th of January, that the regiment was to start that morning for Vickeburgh. The 11th and 9th Wis- contio - both under Colonel Judson would go across Arkansas to Helena. Col. Cloud's command was expected to accom pany them. , .The Richmond Dispatch of the 3 1st con tains an account of a naval engagement off Charleston. Two iron-clad gunboats, with three steamers, had attacked our blockading fleet, sinking two and setting on fire three others, and had driven the rest entirely out of sight. They claim that the blockade is now raised; and Beauregard, in command of the land forces, and Ingram of the nary, had issued a joint proclamation to that effect. Morgan county, Indiana, is in rebellion gainst United States authority. The ar rest of deserters was resisted and a...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 7 February 1863

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7. I8C3. Farmers, remember the Cotton meeting this afternoon. Twelve inches of snow fell here Tuesday night and Wednesday. . The Atlantic for February has got aloDg, bearing its pages full of the best reading matter. As we would say about a good hole!, its table is loaded with the best the country affords. We have neglected to notice a specimen of wine left on our table by Mr. D. L. Ward, of Forest Hill. It was made of several varieties of native grapes, and is indeed a very palatable drink. The ladies' great favorite Godey for February, has reached us. This Magazine improves vastly each year as it grows older. We are glad to know that there is quite a large club of the Lady's Book taken here thi year. John Moon & Co. have furnished us the following figures of the work of their thrash ing machine for the eeason which has just closed. Wheat; 15,750 bushels; oats, 190 bushels; barley 40 bushels all in the Cot tonwood Valley, except 1,000 bushels on the Neosho. I...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 7 February 1863

r . ' . v . ir . - . .i.. -' " ' i. f" Tin hniii:ijBwiy-h'J'iiriTiiMiirYTrnl"B-- - - - - "'f' ' ' "J .... " " , . t- imp mi mm SATURDAY, FEBRUARY ,7, 18C3. FARMERS' Facts about Sheep. Sheep were created at about the same time with man, ah'd -for1 -hh' express nse to lead him from barbarism and war to peace ana inqnstrj.s ; ,x'.VV vn me roiling prairies oi lue vrieui, sheep formed the principal wealth of the Hebrew patriarchs. The fleece-bearing flocks did nut emigrate from Southwestern Europe and cross the Rhiae jijtij the (ajl'ofjhe Roman Krppjrtrr The keeprn'oT sh'eeVls one of lljeprim- itive and most common of human occupa- j Hons.,, . ... , . The' most important breed of sheep, as regards the texture of the wool, is the Me rino patriarchal in origin, and the stock of all the fine-wooled sheep, In, the ' Pyre nees, four shepherds and six large dogs are found "sufficient for two thousand sheep. In Spain the average fleece is four to five pounds. The number of sheep in the British....

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 14 February 1863

Vol. 6 No. 14. EMPOEIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1863. Whole No. 274. rvBusacD ctcrt sattedat kokxixo. At Emporia, Xyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEB, Edito AWD POrIITO. OJiee Nrust Buildinp, corner of Commercial ttrcet ' . and Sixth avenue. Txaita Two dollars per annum, in ad ranee. Vluba of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 'All pers discontinued at the expiration of the im for which they are subscribed. , , .... JAUES IIEAHS, 'Stone Mason, Bricklayer and Plasterer, rS ready to tafce contracts for any work in his line. BUILDING STONE and PLASTER ING HAIR for sale. Emporia, Kansas, August 3, 1861 202 . a. tiiVB. DA TIES WILSON. PLUMB & WILSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 'And Notaries Pnbltc, EMPORIA, KANSAS. Office under Masonic Hall, Commercial ei A. T. WINCHELL, . AGENT, DEALER IN WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, And a general assortment of Family Groceries. &c. Orders lied at St. Louis Prices, freights added December 7,186l-ly. ' : JNO. T. COX. ATTORNEY AT LAW, NOTARY PUBLi...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 14 February 1863

B&POBIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1863. Private letters from Gen. Grant announce ibat be bas commenced still another canal, tbe last baving proven a failure. He eays lie will take Viclsburg yet, but admits it a bard task. During tbe past week tbe President baa determined upon calling McClellan lo tbe command of tbe armv serai n. Upon tbe announcement beincr made in a Cabinet council, tbere was a great flurry. Secretary Chase threatened at once to resign, aa did also tbe rest of tbe radical members. For this and other reasons, tbe President deter mined to make no change for tbe present. Within two weeks, however, there 13 scarce ly a doubt but that tbe command of tbe army will be tendered to Gen. McClellan. Tbe last vestige of hope entertained by le rebels that they had raised tbe blockade, baa now disappeared. Tbe later dispatches bow that none of our boats were sunk, that tbe line of the blockading fleet was not bro ken, and that our capture of the steamer Princess Royal ...

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