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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 21 March 1863

I J .1 'V lie IMpnf pews. SATURDAY, MARCH 21. 18G3. Job Work. We artJ prepared lo print all Linda of clanks for county officers and others, on the shortest notice, and the most reasonable terras. Probate Judges, County Treasurers, County Clerks, Assessors, etc., will Rave money by giving us their work instead of fcending it to rjTer towns- County 6crip of all coanlie8 in Southern Kansas taken in payment. Notice. The qualified voters of School District No. 1, in Lyon county, Kansas, are hereby notified that there will be a meeting held in McElfresh Hall, on Friday, the third day of April next, at two o'clock P. M., for the purpose of consulting in regard to building a suitable district school house the coming season. Also, to consult in reference to issuing bonds for 6aid purpose; and to de termine, by vote, the site of said house; and transact suh other business as may come before the meeting. A. Gillett, Clerk. By order of the Board of Directors. Emporia, March 19, 1863. Cotton See...

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 March 1863

SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1863. Forgotten. Fame. , A great library is'like a great graveyard. Th titles ot.the books are so many inscrip tions in memerjt, of (he dead. That desira of fame must be intense which is not quench ed by reading a catalogue of authors, or by turning the leaves of a dictionary of books. The poets that flourished before Homer, the heroes before Agamemnon, are notmoie ut terly forgotten tbau nine-entha of the names in AllibonVa lUts. ?In'vain do individuals hope for immortality or any patent from ob livion, by the writing of a book. How many reputations that seemed to their cotempora ries to be for all time, perished in the burn-i ing of the Alexandrian library! The poet promises immortality .of ; fame io his endur ing verses to the hero who ha3 wasted his enemies' lands -amid, war, glory and tri umph; but the world has but a short mem ory, and does. not redeem, the poet's prom isee. "Alas, poor world, what treasure hast thou lost!" Will the authors who are famous n...

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 March 1863

t r ! S 1 i . Q O 3 1 2 O 'X .1 '! r.v.-..? I.n-.-.,- -: , .2.;J: .-:U '! Vol. 6 No. 20. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 281 1863, WHGLi'JST!(XQ280. Ik 7 J EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 28. 1863. LOCAL HATTERS. Funeral Notise. Tb funeral sermon of the late James M. Wheeler will be preached to-morrow fore noon at eleven o'clock, in the Christian church, by Elder W. E. Evan8. Notice to School Treasurers. The treasurers of school districts entitled to a Bhare of the State school fund, can have orders for the same by calling on 0. Y. Hart, Esq., at the, Post Office, in whose hands I have left them for the following districts, viz.: Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 9, 11, 12, 16, 20, 21, 22, and 26. J. M. Miller, Sapt. Pub. Instruction, Lyon Co. Kas. Farmers' Club. One week from to-day (April 4th,) i3 the regular monthly meeting of the Farmers' Club at this place. It is desirable that mem bers, and all others who design to become such, will be on hand promptly at the hour of meeting 2 o'clock. It...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 28 March 1863

Lyon County DELHIQTJEOT TAX-LIST FOR i 8 e 3 - NOTICE is hereby given that ia accordance with the provisions of law, I will sell, at public sale, at my office, ia Emporia, on the brat Tuesday (being the 5th day) of May, and next succeeding days, so much of the following tracts of land and town lota as may be necessary to pay the taxes, penalty and charges thereon, for the year 1862. J. B. SWALLOW, Couuty Treasurer. Empokj a, March 24lh,.16C3. . V - Acne$ City Townthip. r. MX&WSXT ULXD4. Dtscmirrios. half of a a quarter ' ' E hf of n w qr Sw'qr ' Lota three and four - - ' Shfseqr N hf n e qr ' - 1 ; 8 qr. . . , 8 w qr w qr ' e qr ; . N e qr .. a of n qr hf and n w of s e qr w qr n e qr eqr v, qr " w hf : a e qr . a e qx w hf jr section . ; ; " neqr s e of n w qr' a e of s w qr a hfof seqr whf of neqr J . . 1 a w qr a eqr n w qr e e qr Section n w qr nhf & hf of s w qr VNKXOWS. n qr n w qr wqr s w of s w qr n hf of s e qr & e of n e qr ; n e qr neqr s hf of s e qr nwqr 3 O...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 4 April 1863

Vol. 6--N0. 21. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 4. 1863. Whole No. 281. C. V. ESKIIIDGE, NOTARY PUBLIC, Emporia, Kas. A. P. GAUDY, IlEOISTEIt O F D K EDS, FOR CHASE COUNTT, KAKSAS. WILL ATTEND TO PAYING TAXES for non-residenta. Post Office address, COTTONWOOD FALLS, Chase Cocstt, Kam a. 219-3 1 J. A. MOORE, M. D., P1IYSIC1AX AXD SUJiOBOX, EMPORIA. KANSAS. 152m6 B. TLVUB. DAT1ES TVILSOX. PLUMB & WILSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. And Notaries Public, EMPORIA, KANSAS. XTOflice tinder Masonic Hall, Commercials A. T. WINCHELL, AGENT, DEALER IN WINKS, LIQUORS, Cm.4I!S, TOBACCO, And a general assortment of family Groceries. &o. Orders lied at St. Louis Price, freights added December 7.18Cl-lv- JNO. T. COX, ATTORNEY AT LAW, NOTARY ITJEIL,XO, AND GENERAL LAND AGENT, OttumwH, Coffey County, UW-Iy KANSAS. DRAKE BROTHERS, S T .A. rr IONERY, scnooL BOOKS, PEINTINQ AND WRAPPING PAPER, No. C7 Dclawabe SmxtT, 231-51) LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS. JOHN F. RICHARDS, Dealer in IT J 1 D AV ARE IKON, NAILS, CAS...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 4 April 1863

EMPORIA, KANSAS. , SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1863. Gold is still falling, and "will soon be down to it old price. The President lias appointed April 30tb, as a national fast day.' The jii ale. Alabama has been spoken by an English vessel, and reported having de stroyed 34 Ameticau VS8ld. Montgomery and Iligginson, with their - colored troops, have captured. Jacksonville, Fia. Two white regiments have gone to re inforce them. 1 ostace Currency. So numerous have become the counterfeit 25 and 50 cent post age notes, that the Government haa stopped the printing of any more for the present. ; ; The Federal force at Jacksonville, Florida, estimated at 14,000 black troops with while "officers. Our troops are fortifying , Jacksonville with a view to its permanent occupation. .. The Fourth Invasion of Kentucky. . The rebels now hold all that part of Ken tucky south of the Kentucky river. They came from three directions, and are ravaging that portion of the State. The army corps of Burnside, number ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 4 April 1863

A 'A l J.t . i.V i SATURDAY, APKlL 4, 18C3. A meeting will be held at McElfrtsb flail, on next We dnesday evening, at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of consult! eg with reference to procuring a site of twenty acres of land, adjoining this place, for the State Normal School. II. W. Fick. I n Leeot Craxdall.J Co'" Emporia, April 3, 16G3. Examination of Teachers. Persons wishing to be examined with regard to learning and ability to teach school, tc, are here by notified that I shall attend at the Congregn ional church in Emporia, for that purpose, on Thursday, the 9th day of April, 1863, at 2 o'clock p. m. J. M. Miller, . Supt. Pub. Instruction Lyon county. Rev. Johu Eirnheart will preach at Mc Elfret.h Hall to-morrow at 10 o'clock a. m. Also, at the Kirkendall school house at 3 o'clock p. ra., of the same day. N Notice. A meeting of the,cilizea3 of Emporia, will be held at the Christian Church, thiet evening, 4lh inst., to coneider and pr-p-4i ir a dinner to be given to the Volunteers vis...

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

COME AND SEE THE LITTLE GIANT '.: SEWING MACMlNE! THE GREATEST INVENTION OP THE AGE! Unsurpassed for certainty and reliability of Stitch, for ease and grace of Hove raent, and for absolute "Worth, BY ANY FAMILY MACHINE EXTANT: IN presenting the LITTLE GIANT FAMILY SEWING MACHINE to th public, we do to with the utmost confidence in its practical Utility, i la adaptation to the wants or the masses, and fts intrinsic meriU aa & LABOR-SAVER in the Family household. We have a Diploma awarded our Machine, Over the G rover Sf Baker and May Queen Machine: It invariably receive tuc first pr-'mium over all competitor. The LITTLE GIANT is complete with GAUGE, 8CREW-DRIVER, and THREE NEEDLES. HEMMERS, Made expressly for the Machine. TREADLES For the Machine can also be had, by applying. PRICE OF MACHINE ONLY Si 8. Agents wanted iu every county in the State. GREAT IUDUCEIIENTS OFFERED ! ! Send for Circulars. Address all communica tion to II. II. SUTTLE, General Agent for the State. Emporia, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 11 April 1863

. ... " - - - .' - ' "" """ " :r- - Z.-...- r- -r .. -TS-saf, ajjras.-a- .--.---. f - inmi.u - - nr n rri' Jinnr i A 1 . Vol. 6--No. 22. EMPOKIA, KANSAS, SATUBDAY. APEIL II. 1863. Whole No. 282. Yv r ) Cfjc (Bmpth fl'tius. ri'lUSBED EVEKT SATUEDAT MORXIXO, At I.mporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEU, Editor akd Props, iitor. t)' Neret Buildina, corner of Commercial strett and .Sixth avenue. Tuns Two dollars per annum in advance. Clubs of ten. $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 A.11 papers discontinued at the expiration oi the ti i for which they are subscribed. J. II. SWALLOW, NOTARY PUBLIC, EMPORIA, KANSAS. KEEPING on hand Blanks, and at all time provided with Revenue Stomps, is prepared to attend to Conveyancing, and making out Is-eral Papers. 278 c. v. i:sKitii)(;r, NOTARY PUBLIC, Emporia, Kas. J. A. MOORE, M. D., PHY SIC 1 AX AXD SURGE OX. EMPORIA. KANSAS. 152m6 i. B. rLl'MB. I) A VIES W1LSO.V. PLUMB & WILSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. And Notaries Public, EMPORIA, KANSAS. tTOftice un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 11 April 1863

9 EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1863. A dispatch Irom Falmouth, eaya tbey bad severs fnow storm there tue 5th. A. C. Wilder, our new Representative, has sent us some very valuable works, for which he will accept our thanks. United States Lnd Sales will take place at Topeka on the third of August, sad at Humboldt on the thirteenth of July. mm- The eleotipn news is good from all quar tars. TLe Republicans have carried Con cectioutby 3,000 majority. St. Louis, Cin cinnati, Sandusky, Kansas City, Jefferson City and Weston, have gona against the Copperheads. The mail, last night, brought nothing con firming the report of the capture of Charles ton. A letter from Gen. Hunter corrobor atea the rebel accounts of the landing of our forces on 6t. Johns Island, and the with drawal of the enemy's pickets. There seems to be po doubt of the success of the ezpedi lion against Charleston. A correspondent of the Leavenworth Conservative, writing from Fort Scott, gives an account of the cold-b...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 11 April 1863

SATURDAY, APKIL 11, 18C3. Notice to Soldiers and others There will be a mass meeting of the citi zens of Lyon and adjoining counties , on Saturday, April 18th, at Emporia, at two o'clock p. in. Mapr Plumb and others will address the meeting on the War, when an opportunity will be given to any who may wish to join our rank9,to do 30. .They will receive the same bounty and pay as their friends who have been so long in the field. Fifteen able-bodied men are required to fill the ranks of Company C, Eleventh Regiment, to the maximum number. All soldiers of the Eleventh are request ed to be present with their arms and accou termentfl, as it is expected there will be a drill on the occasion. Henry Pearce. 1st Lieut. Comdg. Co. Perley has received a large invoice of new goods. v.,.i- xr ti, .. : x it u a- :bi iuc aid uut ngaiu v icu a mcvt advertisement. They have just received their new spring and summer goods. There still remain packages of cctton and other seeds, at the Post Office, addr...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 11 April 1863

V A WINTEK OPENING OF NEW AND CHEAP GOODS! AT TH C GTONE STORE or- "WASKEY & HURST. Commeroial Street,. EMPORIA, .. - KANSAS. WASKEY & HURST ARE NOW OPENING, FRESH FROM TEE St. Loui Market, a large and choice as sortment of Goods suited to the trade of this por tion of Kansas, to which they invite the attention of purchaser. A general enumeration of our tcck, would read about thus : Bry Goods Groceries, Hardware, Doots U Shoes, WoodenWare, Glassware, Clothing Glass, Putty, Qaeensware, Plows, Nail, Oil, Paints, Tobacco, Cigars, Raisins, Candies, We have also on hand KEROSENE OIL AND KEROSENE LAMPS. But there are a "thousand and one" articles of knick-knacks, toggery, Ac., which we have on hand, but have not space to enumerate. OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE! And we think that in the matter of QUALITY QUANTITY and CHOICE VARIETY, it will aaual if not excel any ever brought to this portion ot the country. These Goods will be SOLD FOR CASH, At wholesale and retail, at THE LOWEST LIVIXG P...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 18 April 1863

I . - -- d Vol. 6N0. 23. EVIPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1863. Whole No. 283; j.1 5 f J. it rCBLISHZD ITI1I SATCEDAT XO&XIXO, At Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, ; BY JACOB STOTIiEB, Editor aicd Proprietor. OJice News Buildinp, corner of Commercial street ana sixth avtnue. Terms Two dollars per annum, in advance Clubs of ten. $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 A.11 papers discontinued at the expiration of the v te for which they are subscnoed. J. 11. SWALLOW, N O T A.R Y PUBLIC, EMPORIA. KANSAS. KEEPING -on hand Blanks, and at all times provided with Revenue Stamps, is prepared to attend to Conveyancing, and making out Legal l'ap-rs. 278 C. V. ESKRIDGE, NOTARY PUBLIC ,.. . Emporia, Kas. J. A. MOORE, LI. D.f PHYSICIAN" AND SURGEON, EMPORIA, KANSAS. I.r2m6 e. B. PLUMB. PAVIES WILSO.V. PLUMB Sc WILSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. And Notaries Public, EMPORIA, KANSAS. ttTOftie under Masonic Hall, Commercial?', E. GORTON, Clerk of Lyon late Breckinridge) County, EMPORIA, KANSAS, Will attend to payin...

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. — 18 April 1863

EflirOBJA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, APRIL 18. 1863. ; ITEMS .BY LAST NIGHT'S 3IAIL. The eteamer Arago arrived at New York, from Port. "Royal, llth.via Charleston Bar. TLe New South, of the 11th, eays the fight at Charleston jwa3 renewed on the 10th, but with wlutf?ewrit, it Could not ascertain - It ays Fort Sumter is probably breached, by this time. The purser of the Arago 6ays the Ironsides and six iron-clads were still off Charleston Bar on the 11th, and nothing had transpired-since the bombardment of the 7ih. Oen. Hunter's army would leave for Port Royal the next day. The design of attacking Charleston is not abandoned, and the confidence of our naval officers is in no "way shaken, . .. j Oen. Corcoran, cf New York, about whom so much was Paid a few months ago in the papers, killed Col. Kimball of Haw kin'a ZautVea at N Jifolk. a few days ago, became the Col.,' who was on picket duty, refused to let him pass the lines without the proper password. It is reported in diplomatic circles tha...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 18 April 1863

mm . - - - - - cy SATURDAY, APUIL 18. 1863. Funeral. Editor News: Please inform the soldiers of Emporia that Mr. W. Rector's funeral will take place at eight or Dine o'clock to day (Saturday), at the house of Mr. Roe, near Forest Hill. ? Lecture Elder A. Hitchcock will de liver an educational add i ess,' at the Christian church, this evening at seven o'clock. He will also preach at the same place on Sab bath morning, at eleven. No paper will be issued next week. District Court for Ch6e county 6its on the 28th. J. V. Randolph has been appointed Dep uty Sheriff of Lyon county. We had .the pleasure ot a short visit, this week, from Major II. S. Sleeper. Mis3 Fannie Harris will commence a school at MeElfresh Hall, next Monday. First o "" vhau Tiinia friend Sue fur a beautiful buquet of spiing flowers. undoubtedly be many other school, houses erected in the county this-season. --Lyon county is not behind any other in the State, in educational matters. By the way, ia Em poria going to be ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 18 April 1863

ilTf mm mtxv$. SATURDAY, APRIL 18. 1863. FARMERS' department. H arrowing r Winter Grain. Some years ago, Inthe State of New York, a farm r "who had read an ; agricultural pa per, vraBfouncTone spring day in his wheat field with bia harrow, harrowing .away in ' good earnest, to the no small astonishment of his neighbors', who was certain the man had gone clean daft. But he kept on harrowing, till his lot was harrowed over 4 Then he followed with the roller. It was the topic, for a week the lunacy, of Mr.Wright. Why he did so, was aaked--"I-ranted to make my seed take." He had been sowing clover seed. 'Indeed I" and wise looks were exchanged by the neighbors. v . lliV. But the bare field began to green up un der the influence of the May showers; and the finest tufts of wheat were growing there, in the world. These continued to spread. 4 YwflIihav $ome; wheat; but never what you harrowed out, eaia the neigh bors. The man said nothing. He was de termined to see what virtue there was in ...

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 May 1863

Vol. 6 No. 24: EMPOKIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1863. Whole No. 284. 'i! i FCBUSHXD EVERT SATURDAY MORNING, Emporia, Lyon County, " Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLER, Editoe and Peopeietor. At OJiee News Building, corner of Commercial street and Sixth avenue. Terms Two dollars per annum, ia advance. Clubs of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the ime for which they are subscribed. J. II. SWALLOW, NOTARY PUBLIC, ...... EMPORIA, KANSAS. KEEPING on hand Blanks, and at all times provided with Revenue Stamps, is prepared to attend to Conveyancing, and making out Leal PPrs. 278 C. V. ESKRIDGC, NOTARY PUBLIC, . , Emporia, Kas. J. A. MOORE, M. D., PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEOX, EMPORIA. KANSAS. I.r2m6 . B. PLUMB. DAVIES WILSON. PLUMB & "WILSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. And Notaries Public, EMPORIA, KANSAS. ILrOflice under Masonic Hall, Commercial i E. GORTON, Clerk of Lyon late Breckinridge) County, EMPOKIA, KANSAS, Will attend to paying taxes, redeeming lands and town...

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

I EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, MAY S. 18G3. There is do news of importance from the South or from Virginia. There has been a movement of our army under Hooker, but the object is not stated. A great fire occurred in Denver City, on the f$th uit. The loss is eaid to be 8200, ,000. . Intelligence from- Engiaod leads to the be lief that the departure of privateers from the British porta will be arrested by the British Government. A aoldier named Wm. Keys, who had bees in the service of Uncle Sam for upwards of twenty years, was robbed of eleven hund . red dollars, at Leavenworth, a few days ago. The perpetrators of the robbery are in cus tody.. TheTe are rumors of another Rebel raid Into Pennsylvania. They have taken Mor gantown, Virginia, near, the border, and there is said to be considerable excitement at "Wheeling and Pittsburgh. The Balti more & Ohio Railroad is not considered al together safe. The affair at Cape Girardeau is at an end. The rebels are in full retreat on the Bloom ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 2 May 1863

VI ft 1 ( 1 r i i f SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1863. Farmers' Club. The regular monthly meo'iing of this Club is this afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Members and all interested will be punctual at that hour, if possible. Cottok Seed. Persons who have order ed and paid me for Cotton eeed, and have not yet called for it, are notified that it is ready for delivery to them, or their order, at any time. ' J. R. Swallow, Sec'y Farmers' Club. -.Emporia, May 2J '1863. We are glad to see Fred. Hirth with us. He' 's on furlough, and can't tarry long. Robert Parham wishes to hire some one to move a building a 6hort distance in the village. Who'll take the job? See advertisement, of " Shingles " in another column. We advise Hunt to read it. He will need one now. We hear rumors of great frauds at Fort Scctt, on account of making that a Military Post. Several prominent gentlemen are mixed up in it. i We bad several good showers of rain,' last week, which did much good to the country. 4Tbe wheat looks well, and th...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 2 May 1863

17 mvtvt & 1-rrr- " SATURDAY, 'MAY -2,-1 863r" FARMERS' DEPARTMENT. t: J true-r ; ' " Tobacco Culture. ', The following article we copy from the Lawrence Journal, r Jt wa3. furnished that paper by John "Wilder-Esq., one of the old est tobacco growers in "he country. -Mr. Wilder is a Kansas man; and ha3 had expe rience in tobacco raising here; thus his communication is the more valuable: SOWINQ TII SEED TIME AND MANNER. Shade and pulverize your ground for a bed with as much care as you would for an onion bed, having it completely saturated with manure; hog manure is best, but, if you cannot get that, any fine manure will answer. Select a warm, sunny place, on the south side of a building or blind fence. Sow as soon as the ground is dry enough to work in. the spring. Sow about an ounce and a half oF seed to the square rod, broad cast. To cover the 6eed, take a plank, and laying it-'across the bed, move it gently endwise and then step on it, and with a 4-by-4 scantling about five o...

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