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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 9 May 1863

v r ' -l: . . 1 U. ji Altlt V i & i.i. lj w - li- - V"' y . I !:" ? e VoL. '6--No. 25. EMPOKIA, 'KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 9 1863. Whole No. 285. If I rCBUSnED EVERY SATURDAY MOEMXO, At . Emporia, Lyon - Coanty - Kansas, ' " Bit JACOB STOTLER, Editoe and Proprietor. 0'A"c A'c Ruildino, corner of Commercial street mnd Sixth avenue. Terms Two dollars per annum in advance. flubs of ten. $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 ' Ml papers discontinued at the expiration ot the I ne for which they are subscribed. F. G. HUNT,; -A 1 1 q i n p y..,a.t;,LAW? (And Register of Deeds, EMPORIA, KANSAS. J. If. WATSON. . . . . J. D. GILCHRIST, Notary I'uMic. WATSON & GILCHRIST, A T T O U N E Y S A T L A AV , Fmporia. I.yen County, Kansas. COLLECTIONS made, And. Taxes paid, in any part of Southern Kansas. Office ovt-r P rVv'a etore. 294 1 " J. It. SWA I. LOW, N O T, A.. It Y PUB- L I C , EMPOKIA, KANSAS. KEEriNO on liiind IHttiiku, and at all times . provided tvifli R-v-ni Stump, is preird to attend to Convey...

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 May 1863

Wht mwxm EMPORIA, KANSA3 SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1863. ITEMS BY LAST NIGHT'S 21 AIL.. There has bea terrific figbtiug at Fred ericksburg, and tb rough it all, oar forces fieem to have been victorious. The battle was thoroughly coaamenceii on Saturday after noon was renewed on Sunday, and again . on MonJaj, continuing all day. Our latest is m to Monday night. It was likely that the battle would be renewed Tuesday, and would 9 decisive. Nearly ten thousand prisoners have been taken from the rebels. Rebel Gen. Hill is reported among the killed. The enemy is now hemmed in between Hooker and Sedgwick. The World's cor respondent says the battle was resumed on Monday, and was a most desperate affair. The rebels made a series of superhuman at tacks at all points, but were repulsed with terrible slaughter.. Our forces have de stroyed the bridges in the rear of the rebels across the Mattaposa, thus completely cut ting off retreat to Richmond. Major T. J. Weed has arrived at Leaven worth, bringing in...

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 May 1863

Saturday may. o, leus Religious. Elder Evans will preach at the Christian church to-morrow, at t-Wfn o'clock. Elders Trott and Brown will comment- a routing at Emporia on the Friday evniri; (May 20ih) before the fir-t Lord's Day in June. All are invited to attend. We re glad to know that the Methodist church is to be Brushed up immediately. Uriiton & Fawcett are to fill some large contracts for the Santa Fe trade. It :e a fact noticed by all, that Emporia sells more goods and does more business than any other town in Southern Kansas. We now have two schools in Emporia, one under the charge of Miss Sue L. Spen cer, and the other of Miss Fannie L. Har ris. Both are well attended. The Conservative has lately had sketches of Capt. Hoyt of the Red Lego, and Charlie Lenhart. We propose that Sam. Wood form the subject for the next sketch. The Leavenworth Evening Bulletin comes to us much enlarged and improved in ap pearance. It is an excellent journal, and we are glad to know it Is pro...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 9 May 1863

SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1 863. ! T IT IH 6NLY HIS W AY. ' r : J J1L jl . : :. V "Papa, here are some pretty flowers for you," sai l little Moilio Luring, as ebe ran to meet -her- father --on his return home. "Ain't iheyLer.utilul ?" continued she, ex tending .'Tier fiays-J tad laying their taper ing lipi upon a Lalf-blowrp Luxf-mburyr, a Cape j-Ucainine, an J a wLile bud thatseecn&d trying to hi Jo itself amongst the Ciispd petals of a crape myrtle;' "This lea rose is playing bo-bcrp, n you; ain't they pretty, papa?" ; ." ' i . . ; . Jr "Yes. WhjROit them to tne !" "NobjJy."" I gathered them for you." "PsL'iw ! - I thought. some friend eent them. 'Go to play, and don't pester me." There v.ere more dimples tlian one in that quivering c!iin, and something more than the heat of a mid-cummer's day had crim soned the sweet face of the child as she turned into her doll-house, faying to her self: "1 fixed them to nicely, and tied them with ray doll's new blue sash that Aunt Nina grwn me yeste...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 16 May 1863

fvv t. i I I ( V0L. 6---NO. 26. EMPORIA, KANSAS, ; SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1863. Whole No. 286, ' Chase cDDlv; JS!L ' ' ' 5."" ; ' - "'-111'' ' " ' ?. il ' i. Cl'.i Cjrc (fcmprnt ilcfos rCBLISHED EVEKT SATURDAY MORNIXQ, Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLER, Editor axd Proprietor. At OJiceNews Buildinp, corner of Commercial street and Sixth avenue. Terms Two dollars per annum in advance. '.'I. lbs of ten. $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 A.11 papers discontinued at the expiration of the ime for which they are subscribed. F. G. HUNT, -A. ttorriey rtt Law. And Register of Deeds, " EOskl5 O RIA , KANSAS. J. H. WATSON- J. D. GILCHRIST, Notary PuMic. WATSON & GILCHRIST, XT T O R N E Y S- A T 1. AW , Fiuporia, I, you County, Kansas. COLLECTIONS made, and Taxes paid, in any part of Southern Kansas. Office over Perley'a store. 234 J. It. SWA I, LOW, N T A R Y P U B L I C , EMPORIA, KANSAS. KEEPING on hand Planks, and at all times provided with Revenue SampB. is prepared to attend to Conveya...

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 May 1863

jBMPOHIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, MAY 16. 1863. ITEMS UY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL. There was little of importance from Vir ginia, by laet nigbi'a mail. Out latest dai lies, Maj 14th, contain no telegraphic news. The following ia all there U to the news of Ust eight: During the day (the 11th) the position of each corps was designated, and Hooker was busy in giving instructions to bis Tarioua Generals, concerning his pro posed pursuit of Lee's army. The question, "Where hare the rebels gone?" is going around unanswered to-day. It is the opin of military men that they have fallen back in two columns, one towards Richmond and the other towards Gordonsville, in hope of concentrating with Longstreet'e division in front of Richmond, once more to give us battle. The next engagement will take place, most probably, on or near the upper Pamunkey river, whither Gen. Hooker is moving as rapidly as possible. Many main tain that the James river will be the next line that the rebels will defend. This may or may...

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 May 1863

CTba&eroantv;" SATURDAY. MAY 16. 18G3. Elders Troll and Brown will commence a metin;$ at Emporia on the Friday evening (May 29(h) before the first Lord's Day in June. All are invited to attend. Wanted Immediately One hundred bushels of good charcoal, for which the highest price will be paid in cash. Apply to Joseph H. Hay, Emporia, Kas. Masonic. A regular communication of Emporia Lodije No. 12. A. F. & A. M.. will be held at Ma-soDic Hall, Emporia, on the Thursday evening preceding the full moon, beinsf the 28th day of this month. All regular Ma sons, and especially the members of this Lodge, are requested to be present. C. y. Eskridge, Acting W. M. May 16ih. 1T63. ... r J. H. The article from the Friend's Re view will appear next week. Wm. F. Baker, west of town, on Cotton wood, has the best field of wheat we have Been in our limited travels. The best and nicest garden we have eeen this yt&r is at Jacob Deitrick'e, ou Jacobs's creek, about ten miles west of here. - The ...

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 May 1863

SATURDAY, MAY 16, 18C3. T CITY LI FU. . Of all the unneighborly places, a great city is the most etraDgely inhuman. You may live months years, even with only an eight-inch wall separating you from peo ple you never see, whose names you may learn by accident, and who are happy and sorrowful who are born, married, and bur ied without your knowing it. You hear the piano-forte on the other side of the wall; or the cry.of ahild; or' joyous laughter. You see the physician's chaise' standing at the door and infer that somebody is sick. I Some, day there comes a( hearse and several carriages4,and you know tLat somebody is deaJ.aad that. is all you know of what has happened within six feet of you. But Sot the wall, you could have lain in your bed, and shaken hands with a sick person or laid it on a corpse ! All around jou are hundreds of dwellings crowd3 of people. " There are intelligent minds with whom you would delight to hold converse, and loviDg heart3 with whose joys and sorrows you co...

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. — 23 May 1863

Vol. 6--N0. 27. EMTOKIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 23. 1863.! Whole No. 287. ; rpBLISHXD KTEBT SATURDAY VOKXIXQ, ' At .Emporia, Iiyon County," Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLER, Editor asd PbjOprietor. OQlce- -Newa Buildina, corner of Commercial street and Sixth avenue. Terms Two dollars per annum, in advance. Crabs of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers -discontinued at the- expiration of the i'lie for which they are subscribed. P.G.HUNT, Attorney at .'Law, . . And Register of Deeds,. EMPORIA, KANSAS. J. H. WAT80N. J. D. OILCBRIST, Notary Public. WATSON & GILCHRIST, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas. COLLECTIONS made,, and Taxes paid, in any part of Southern Kansas. Office over Perley's store. 284 J. Tt . 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 Papers. 278 J. A. MOORE, M. D., rilYSIClAX AND SURGE OX, EMPORIA, KANSAS. 152n If. B. PLUMB. D...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 23 May 1863

EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1863. ITEMS BY LAST NIGIITS MAIL. The situation on the Rappahannock is not changed, not even in respect to the rela tions of Gen. Hooker and the well-meaning but fumbling and leather-brained Hal!eck. The court martial in the Vallandigbam .case found that gentleman guilty, and sen tenced him to prison during the war. Gen. Bufnsidebas named Fort Warren as hia res idence. The question is. Will he be let out? A history of General Butler's campaign and administration at New Orleans will shortly make its appearance. It is from the pen of Mr. Parton. The Tribune's dispatch slates that Gov ernment is disposed to credit the report that the rebels have evacuated Vicksburg. The following is a dispatch; from General Hurlburt, at Memphis, received at Cairo, May 19:- Gen. Grant has taken Jackson, the Capital. From eight to ten thousand mounted men concentrated near Okolona, threatening an advance in the direction of Memphis Railroad. Citizens just up from Jackso...

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. — 23 May 1863

mm ItojS. mm) SATURDAY. MAY 23. 1863. Ufligioa. Rev. N. Fairehild will prpach in Emporia at SJfifiesh Hall, at 11 o'clock a. m , to morrow. There will be no sfrvice in ihe Conme tional church on Sabbath morning. Sab bath school at 4 p. rn., and evening service as usual. Elders Trott and Brown will commence a , meeting at Emporia on the Friday evening (June Sih) before the first Lord's Day in Jane. All are invited to attend. 31aonic. A regular communication of Emporia Lodge No. 12. A. F. & A. M.. will be held at Masonic Hall, Emporia, on the Thursday evening preceding the full moon, being: the 28th day of this month. All regular Ma eons, and especially the members of this Lodge, are requested to be present. C. V. Eskridoe, Acting W. M. May 16th. 1863. War Claim Agency. The war claim advertisement of W. O. K. Cone will be found in The News. Mr. 4Joae is a reliable business muni Any one in this part of the country having business of this kind to transact cannot find a better agent ...

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. — 23 May 1863

mm SATURDAY. MAY' 23; 1803 FARMERS' DEPARTMENT. M'hat; Bleed! of Sheep shalt X Ke? ' -In reply to the above question of a cor respondent, the Genesee Faimer remarks as follows: .- ; - r : The answer must depend on circumstan ceson the character of the soil and the system of agriculture adopted, as well as the price of mutton and wool, or the taste and experience of the farmer. During the past year, on account of the great demand for the army, coarse long wool brought ap unusually high price. , How long ' this demand may continue,' uncer tain. If we might calculate1 on anything like the present relative price of long and fine wool, we nhould ba entirely safe in sav ing that the long-wooled sheep would prove the most profitable in all . sections of the country where mutton Is in demand, . in saying ini3 we ao not wisu 10 D8 un derstood as asserting that, leaving the mut ton out of. the calculation, more wool can be obtained at a criven cost from the loncr- wooled sheep than from the M...

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. — 30 May 1863

Vol. 6---N0. 28. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 30. 1863. Whole No.. 288, rcauaaxD xvert satckdat mokxino, Emporia, Lyon County Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEE, EdITOI A!fD PrOPRIZTOB. At Ofice Neies Bu'ddina, corner of Commercial street and Sixth avenue. Terms -Two dollars per annum in ad ranee. Crabs of ten, $17. Clube of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the i'lie for which they are subtcrioed. FRAKER & MERRILL, Carpenters and Joiners, EMPORIA, KANSAS. Will do all kinds of work in their line, neatly and promptly. 28C-211 F. G. HUNT, Attorney at Law, Akd Register of Deeds, EMPORIA, KANSAS. J. H. WATSON. J. D. GILCHRIST. Notary Pabli. WATS OK & GILCHRIST, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas. COLLECTIONS made,' and Taxes paid, in any pnrt of Southern Kansas. Office over Perley's store. 2S4 J. It . S WA Li L O W, NOTARY PUBLIC, EMPORIA. KANSAS. KEEPING on hand Blanks, and at all times provided with Revenue Stamps, is prepared to attend to Conveyanci...

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. — 30 May 1863

foe mwrk Ite. EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, MAY 30, 18G3. ITEMS BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL. The news from Vicksburg, last night, was not as satisfactory as we had hoped. Yet there ia strong ground to believe that the next mail will confirm the last reports. The indications are that t?e hare Vicksburg. A dispatch from Washington, 26th, says: "It is understood that the Government has re ceived an official dispatch from Gen. Grant, dated 22J, which confirms all previous ac counts of the success of our troops, and speaks of the capture of Vicksburg as cer tain. It is also reported here to-day, that the rebel -pickets on-the Rappahannock yes terday admitted that Vicksburg Lad been captured.' Another dispatch of the same date says that Gen. Grant is perfectly confi dent of taking the city, but that it must be done by investment aud approaches, and a week may be consumed in it. The following from Washington, 26th, look3 rather dubious: "It is stated that a dis patch has been received from Gn. Grant...

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. — 30 May 1863

rv i urn me SATURDAY, MAY 30, ,1CC3.; A good, industrious boy , about 16 years old, can find an opportunity to make a good printer of himself by applying at this office, immediately.- One from. the country pre ferred. The protracted meeting at tbe Christian church, by Elders Brown and Trott, com menced on Thifraday Jast. JBf mistake, it was advertised to commence on the 5th of June. Jt will continue over to-'morrow. , Judge Rugbies returned on Monday night. Thanks to I. D. a splendid cheese. Elliott, of Fremont, for Green things come to market slowly. We are hankering after some peas. Wheat, in this region, will not, in a ma jority of fields, yield a full crop. Di'- WiUon, " Esq., returned this week. .His health is improving. He now weighs 103. Don't believe half tbe big &torie you bear now-a-days about guerillas and jay hawkers. t All kinds of, fancy notionsand perfuni'ery will becfouud in. great profusion at Bates's druir store. t Monday is the 1st of June. Only a month till 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. — 30 May 1863

ar, W&f&wpm pews. SSATUPDAYMAY 30. I8C3.' KicLing Cow. - 'Maryland in a note to the American Agriculturist, eays he has always cured kicking cows by buckling a leather strap on Dctu Lina legs, below the joint. They soon give up trying. - - To this the editor of the Agriculturist repnesr "We long bince learned, by experience. that this is not so easy a matter. Unless the feet are strapped close together, the cow "will slip one of them, oat; while if they are drawn thus together, the animal will be apt to throw herself down. If a strap is used at all, it ehoulu be a short one, and have a doa ble buckle, so that one end can be fastened to each leg, and leare a little space between the legs. Even then s cow will generally worry and fret, and try to run, when she finds her feet entangled or confined. Kindness, and moistening the teats with milk or grease, if sore, is usually the beet course. An expert milkman can usually prevent the forward movement oi me leg. most cows bui give ...

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. — 6 June 1863

-hti z.'OT. . . ' "a Vol. 6 No. 29. EMPOEIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1863. Whole No. 289. A i' VI f . Cjjx dsmpria dittos. FCBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY MORXIXQ, At Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLER, Editor and Proprietor. Ofjlce Neve Buildinp, corner of Commercial street and Sixth avenue. Terms Two dollars per annum in advance. C'iabs of ten. $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration ot the i iie for which they nre subscribed. FRAKER & MERRILL, Carpenters and Joiners, EMPORIA, KANSAS. Will do all kinds of work in their line, neatly and promptly. 28g-311 P. G. HUNT, A. ttomey at Law, And Register of Deeds, EMPORIA, KANSAS. J, H. WATSON. J. D. GILCHRIST. Notary Public. "WATSON & GILCHRIST, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, I'mporia, Lyon County, Kansas. COLLECTIONS made, and Taxes paid, in any part of Southern Kansas. Office over Perley's store. 284 J. It. SWALLOW, NOTARY PUBLIC, EMPORIA, KANSAS. KEEPING on hand Blanks, and at all times provided with Reven...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 6 June 1863

same, stall be deemed guilty of a criminal offense, and shall be subject to tie rules and regulations made for the government of the military and naval forces of the United States, and of the militia when called into and employed in the actual service of the United States in time of war,, and to the provisions of this act. And every person 80 offending may be arrested and held for trial by a court martial, and if found guilty shall be punished by fine and imprisonment, .or such other punishment as the court mar- ,'tial jnay adjudge, save the punishment of , death. Sec. 2. And be it further enaclsd, That any person heretofore called or hereafter to be called into or employed in such forces or service, who shall commit any violation of - this act, and shall afterwards receive his discharge, or be diamissed from the service, shall, notwithstanding such discharge or dismissal, continue to be liable to be arrest ed and held for trial and sentence by a court martial, in the same manner an...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 6 June 1863

ft . 1)1 1, " 0 i? I it tap CD Saturday; june 6, i8C3. v Farmer's Club. The regular monthly meeting of the Farmers' Club will be held next Saturday, June 6th. It is to be hoped that there will be a general attendance of members. And we hope to fee others who are not members come in, join us and lend us their aid in advancing, so far as possible, the farming interest of the county. Let us hear from fatmers generally, some account of the proepect of their crops. See several estray notices, elsewhere. By authority from Gen. Curtis, we pub lish an important general order. Read it. The Eastern mail closes at 9 o'clock. Bear this in mind. The Friends' Quarterly Meeting commen ces to-day, at their meeting-house. The best rain we have bad for the past six months fell here Wednesday night. The earth was completely soaked. It was needed. The Conservative of of June 2d speaks of an event which transpired the 13th in stant. We were not aware that the 13th of June had yet arrive!. j They Lave ha...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 6 June 1863

SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1863. FARMERS' DEPARTMENT. " Tree Wounds. r:. Young and vigorous trees, when injured or wounaea, soou oegia to seal of them selves, and in time the wound is healed or covered- over by successive layers of al bernum that each year forms and converts into wood. Very many of these wounds however, will heal over a great deal Quicker if a little care fee taken in cutting away any uu wouu or projecting spiimers, ana cov cring the wounded part by some compost tion, such as crraftinsr clay or grafting wax or with a plaster of mortar made of slacked lime sand and pulverized burnt bones, or even by a plaster of hydraulic ltme. Any1 onewho passes through an orchard that has been subject to the common toma hawk pruning will learn a good manv les sons of Nature in regard to her efforts to heal up And heal over the wounds that have been inflicted. : You will see that where a limb has been cut down smoothly or level or even with the body from which it is started, Nature, in a yea...

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