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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 29 August 1863

Vol. G-No. 40. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1863. Whole No. 300. . 1 1 i fa' i '" PUBLISH KI ETERT 8ATCHDAT MOR.VINO, i Kmporia, I., yon County, KaukHi, BY JACOB STOTLER, ; ' Editor axd Peopiuetob.. tOffi. Seven Building, corner of Commercial ntreet and Sixth avenue. Teems -Two dollar per annum in advance CI lbs of ten. $17. Clubs of twenty, $3' .411 papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which they nre nuheribed. FRAKER & MURRELL, Carpenters and Joiners, EM FORI A, KANSAS. Will do all kinds of -work in their line, neatly and promptly. 286-311 P. G HUNT, A ttornoy a t Law. And Register of Deeds, EMPORIA, J. H. WATSON. J. D. GILCHRIST. Notary PuHic. WATSON & GILCHRIST, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Fraporia. I,yon County, Kansas. COLLECTIONS made, and Taxes paid, in J any part of Southern Kansas. Office over IVrley's store. 284 E. BORTON, Clerk of Lyon (late Breckinrulge) County, K M 1 O It I A , KANSAS, "W ill attend to paying taxes, redeeming lands and town lots...

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. — 29 August 1863

J! EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1863. ITEMS BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL. The latest heard from Quanlrile he was at Pink Hill, 15 nailed from Independence, with 200 men. He is evidently trying to make hia escape across the Missouri river. He wa3 closely pursued at last accounts. He certainly cannot escape much longer. As near as wo can judge there have been CO or 70 of the cut-throats killed. Since Saturday morning, Jackson county ha3 been a sheet ot flame. Besides the Kansas soldiers there are some Kansas, farm ers in there looking things over. The day of reckoning s at hand. . That part of Missouri must be wiped out. A man named John Calloo wa3 hung at Lawrence on Tuesday. He was tried on Monday, by a jury selected by the citizens. It was proved that he knew of the raid and moved his family out of town on Thursday night. After being sentenced (o be hung as a spy, be confessed that he came in with Quantrile, and that he killed the widow Al len's eon. He was then hung. Four more su...

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. — 29 August 1863

fc i b tec SATURDAY. AUGUST 29, 1863. Meeting of tho People. There tvill 6 a meeting of the people of Emporia and surrounding couatry, at the Congregational church' to-nigh CAug 29, to take eoroe measures to render assistance to the sufferers of the Liwrence Massacie. There are eighty-three widows left from the murders of that dreadful morning, and out of the number, there are manyleft with families entirely destitute. The people of this region Lave been prosperous during 'the past year. They have plenty and to spare. It is right that we should do some thing for those r who are suffering and in need. Let the church be crowded. Lit 'the whole country turn out. ' Also, at the same time, it is proposed to take the initiatory steps to organize a militia company, in compliance with Oovernor Carney's order, published elsewhere. This matter cannot be delayed, as will be seen by said order. There will be services commemorative of the Lawrence Massacre, at the Congrega tional church, to-morr...

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. — 29 August 1863

.'NEW K0EI)! T E. PE U L E,Y, AGENT, Has just oj ncd Hit Largest and most desirable Stock of TwOO1s To be found in 'his vicinity, consisting in part of BROWN & BlUACH'D MUSLINS, TICKS, DRILLS, CHECKS, STRIPES, DENIMS, CANTON FLANNEL, KENTUCKY JEANS, BEVERLY TWILL, FrmtlV aud ?Icchanics Cassimercs iEOR(iIA PLAINS, SATINETS & CASSIMERE-, PRINTS, IX ENDLESS VARIETY, ALAPACCA, DE BEGES, REPS, in all colors, MUIIOKO, PARIS FANCY TLAIlfs, HAMPDEN G1XGIIAMS, VELVET TRIMMING, HOOP SHIRTS, And a general assortment of Yankee Notions. BOOTS AND SHOES, For Men, Hoy, "Women and ChiMren. CLOTHINC, HATS & CAPS, &C. Also. n choice stock of Qucensware, Hardwaro and Groceries. TOBACCO, FLOUR, NAILS, HOPE, COFFEE, SOAP, STARCH, CODFISH, SALT, GLASS. SUGARS, TEA CANDLES, SPICES, CONCENTRATED POTASH, fcc, tfcc., tfcc. Persons in want of Grods will do well to call and examine thi-j stock b.'fore purchasing else where, as they can he sold at REMARKABLY LOW PRICES, for Cash, Rags, Furs, Hid...

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. — 5 September 1863

I I Vol. 6----N0. 41. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1863. Whole No. 301. v I i i rt i i ft - f - i: ft ( 4 fl'BUSHED EVXRY 8ATCEDAT MOB.NI NO, .l Crnporia, Lyon County Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLER, Editor and Propeiktor. Offi'eNewB Buildina, corner of Commercial nireet and Sixth avtnue. Terms Two dollars per annum in advance CI iba of ten. $17. Clubs of twenty, 11 papers-discontinued at the expiration of the time for wtiich they are subscribed. FRAKER & MURRELL, Carpenters and Joiners, EM PORT A, KANSAS. Will do all kinds of -work in their line, neatly nd promptly. 23C'-U1 F. G HUNT, 7 A. 1 1 o r n e y a t H, n v . And Register of Deeds, EMPORIA, KANSAS. J. H. WATSON. J. D. GILCHRIST. Notry Public. WATSON & GILCHRIST, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Emporia. Lyon County, Kansas C10LLECTI0NS made, and Taxes paid in J any part of Southern Kansas. Office over Ferley's store. 284 E. BORTON, Clerk of Lyon (late Breckinridge) County. . F. M P O It I A , KANSAS, Will attend to paying tuxes...

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. — 5 September 1863

ex EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1863. HURRAH FOR LltfRENCEJ By Wednesday night's mail we received the following cheering letter from B. W. Woodward, the well known druggist at Lawrence : Lawrence, August 31, 1863. Editor News : Please say to the people of the Neosho Valley, through your col umns, that I shall have a complete Drug establishment here again within one week from this date, and be prepared to fill their orders as heretofore. Full twenty business houses open again this week with good stocks of goods in al most every department. Yours truly, B. W. Woodward. ARSIS FOR THE PEOPLE. We find the following interesting corre eponde nee in the Times of Tuesday. Great credit is due Oovernoi Carney for his ef forts in behalf of the people of Kansas. He is their friend. Let the people organize their companies, get the arms and defend their homes : Leavenworth, Aug. 24, 1863. Hon. E. M. Stanton, Secretary of War, Washington, D. C: Just ieturned from Lawrence. City in ashes....

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. — 5 September 1863

Y J, 1 'A i - it - SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5. 18G3. General Orders No. .1. There will be a meeting of the militia company of Emporia, on Saturday, Septem ber 5tb, at two o'clock p. m., for drill, and aho t'i perfect the organization of the com pany. Matters absolutely necessary to get ting arms r commissions will be attended to at that time. Every member is expected to be present. A. R Bancroft, Capt. Attention ! Citizens of Lyon county that desire to form a cavalry company, under the militia law, are requested to mee at Emporia, on Saturday next, 12ih of September, in order to organize under the General Order of Governor Carney. Mant Citizens. The work on the school house is pro gressing finely. It will be the best district school house in the Stale, when completed. We have neglected to state that the Nor mal School has been located on Mr. Fick'a farm adj ining town. Dr. Wnton showed ua some fine winter apples, i few days ago, grown ou Mr. Me Ginnk'e trt near Hftfrd. Captain Bancroft ha...

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. — 5 September 1863

I. E. PERLEY, AGENT, Has just opened the Largest and meat desirable ttocl of (Koods To be found in this vicinity, consisting in part of BROWN &'BLEACH'D MUSLINS, TICKS, DRILLS, CHECKS. STRIPES, DENIMS, CANTON FLANNEL, KENTUCKY JEANS. BEVERLY TWILL, Farmers' and Mechanics' Cmsimeres, GEORGIA PLAINS, SATINETS & CASSIMERES, PRINTS, IN ENDLESS VARIETY, ALAPACCA, DE BEGES, REPS, in all colors, MOROKO, PARIS & FANCY PLAIDS, HAMPDEX 0 IX a HAMS, VELVET TRIMM2XG, OOP SKIRTS, And a general assortment of Yankee Notions. BOOTS AND SHOES, For Men, Boys, "Women and Children. CLOTHING, HATS & CAPS, &C. Also, a choice stock of Queensware, Hardware and Groceries. TOBACCO, FLOUR, NAILS, ROPE, COFFEE, SOAP, CODFISH, SALT, GLASS, SUGARS, TEA, CANDLES, SPICES. STARCH, CONCENTRATED POTASH. &c, &c, &c. IVrsons in want of Goods will do well to call and examine this stock before purchasing else where, as they can be sold at REMARKABLY LOW PRICES, for Cash, Rags, Furs, Hides,...

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. — 12 September 1863

Vol. 6 No. 42. EMPOKIA, KANSAS, SATUKDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1863. Whole No. 302. if t, f V f (Ljrc Emporia lctos. BUSHED KTCKT SATURDAY MOEXiSG, Fraporia, I.you County, Kansas. 3Y JACOB STOTLER, EDITOR AMD PkOPSICTOK. At .Vtet Ruillina, corner of Commercial tree and Sixth avenue. Tcaii- Two dollars per annum in advance Ih- f Clube of twenty, 11 papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which they ere euli-cri'ned. FRAKER & MURRELL, Carpenters and Joiners. EMPORIA. KANSAS. Will do all ki.3s of work in their line. nently and promptly. 1 7 P. G. 11UNT, -A- ttorney rt t Hi a, w . And Register or Deeds, EMPORIA, KANSAS. J. 11. WATSON- J. D GILCHRIST. Notary Faille. WATSON & GILCHRIST, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Erapoiia Lyon County, Kansas. COLLECTIONS made, nnd Tuxes paid, in J any mrt of Southern K ins is. Office over Parley's store. 284 E. GORTON, Clerk of Lyon (late Brtekiitrilge) County, KMPORIA, KANSAS, Will attend to paying taxes, redeeming land a:d sown lots s lit for Post...

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. — 12 September 1863

mm EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1863. WHAT WE MUST DO. On Monday last. .thjdL coqjmuqjtj was thrown into an excitemenTer rumors Tn regard to guerilla bands which were eaid to be concentrating to the West of this, for the purpoee of sweeping down the Neosho Val ley, and laying waste the country and mur dering the people. Of oourse, just at this time, the public mind is ready to believe and circulate such rumors, and the conse quence was that the whole country was in a feverish state of excitement. Several men came in from the country with their guns, and the town was put under guard, and has been kept bo every night since. These are indeed L''mes of trouble, and hu man life seems to be of no value. We lay down at night not knowing whether we shall be permitted to enjoy the light of another day or not. While it is wrong to alarm the people by circulating groundless reports, and all persons should be careful not to un necessarily excite the public, yet we take the ground th...

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. — 12 September 1863

mm .SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1863. The Emporia militia company meets for drill Monday at 2 o'clock p. m. Mr. I. D. Elliott left with us one day this week a bottle of sorghum wine. Since the Lawrence Massacre we have ccarcely heard of county politics. Lieut. Gilchrist has been very efficient this week in placing out guards for the town. Long Root. Capt. A. J. Mitchell showed vlb a carrot over two feet long, one day this week. We call Attention to a sheriffs sale in another, column, in case of Wilson vs. Hall & Porter. Mrs. H. W. Fick presented- us with a peck of nice peaches a few days ago, grown in Mr. F.'n garden in this place. George Cooper has returned, and i going into the "daubing' business. He can "daub" well. Perhaps he'll advertise. H. V. Bundrem h&s the best stock of harness, whips, saddlery hardware, and everything in his line ever brought to this market. Hallberg has received truck, this week. He's beet apples we have seen is one of our institutions. "heaps" of new...

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. — 12 September 1863

' ,' II."! KJIEW KIBS2 I. E. PE R L E Y, , AQENT, Has j oat opened the Largest and meat desirable tocl of (Koocls To h found ia 4bis vicinity, consisting: in pert of BROWN & BLEACLTD MUSLINS, TICKS. DRILLS. CHECKS. STRIPES. DENIMS, CANTON FLANNEL. KENTUCKY JEANS. BEVERLY TWILL, Farmers and Mechanics' Catsimeres, GEORGIA PLAINS. SATINETS fc CASSIMERE.S JINTSIX rNDLKS YARIETT, ALAPACCA. DE BEGES, REPS, in all colors, MOHOKO,rAltIS k FANCY PLAIDS, HAMPDEN a IN Q HAMS, VELVET TRIMMING, HOOP SKIRTS. And gtoeral assortment of Yntee Notion. BOOTS AND SHOES, For Men, Boys, Women and Children. CLOTHINC, HATS & CAPS, &C. Alio, a choice stock of Queensware, Hardware and Groceries. TOBACCO, FLOUR. NATL9, ROPE. COFFEE, SOAP. CODFI3H. HALT. GLASS. frUGAUS, TEA CANDLES. SPICES. STARCH, CONCENTRATED POTASH, Sec, ice, dec. Persons in want of G'od ill d- well to call and examine this stock before r'irclnincc 1--where, as thev can be sold at REMARKABLY LOW PRICES, for Cash, Bags, Furs. Hid...

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. — 19 September 1863

'Vol. 6 ---No.; 43V- EMPOKIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1863. Whole No. 303. tmpxm c '. i. i PC BUSHED EVERT SATURDAY MOENIJTG, -At Emporia, I yon County Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEB, . ' Editor and Proprietor. -. Office New$ Bu'ddina, comer of Commercial street .ana &u;ifi avenue. . . Tkrms Two dollars per annum, in advance, .-. Clubs of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which they are subscribed. FRAKER & rlURRELL, Cappters airid' Joiners, EMPORIA, KANSAS. Will do all kinds of work in their line, neatly and promptly. - - 26-2 11 F. G. HUNT, .A. ttorney at Law, And Register or Deeds, EMPORIA, IC-A.ITS-A.S. J. II. WATSON. J. D. GILCnRIST, Notary PuMie. WATSON & GILCHRIST, ATTORN E Y S AT A W , ' Emporia, I. yon County, Kansas. COLLECTIONS made, and Taxes paid, in any part of Sonthern Kansas. Office over Perly' store. 28-1- e: borton, Clerk of Lyon late. Breckinrvlge) County, ' km' poui a, k a n s a s , "Will attend...

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. — 19 September 1863

mm EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1863. THE MEETING AT I'AOLA. The delectable gathering which waa ad vertised to meet at Paola on the 8th inst., came off aa per announcement, and resulted in a complete failure, or, not to put too fine a point "on it, in a fizzle as every sane maneipected and hoped it would. And Lane, himself who was the principal getter-up of the concern, the beginning and end of it, so to speak never expected it would amount to anything, save as a means of malting political capital. It was never intended to invade Missouri, for no one for an instant supposed the commander of the partment could or would permit anything of the kind, and the getters-up of the meet ing were the l9t pereons to provoke a col lision with the military authorities. Be sides, the eentimentof the people of Kansas, upon their deliberate second thought, did not desire the invasion of Missouri, nor would 6uch a movement be sustained an indiscriminate plundering and killing, with its at...

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. — 19 September 1863

SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1863. t v., u-. niitnry order. ' v' The Emporia militia company will meet for drill this (Saturday) afternoon, at three o'clock. Every member not answering at roll call will be fined as provided by law. By order A. R Bancroft, Capt. J; Stotler, Orderly' Serg ,y ('"' Religious Notice. The Fourth Arjtiu-il Fute Meeting of the Christian churches of Raneas will be held at Ottumwa, Coffey county.. commencing: on Thursday before the fiiet Sabbath in Octo ber (Oct. 1st). 1863. - Churches are re quested to send up full reports, with dele gates. . . J. H. Bacserman, Cor, J5ee, Leavenworth, Sept. 2, 1863. Norv. Kelley Arrested! Norv al H. Kelley; , of Jackson township. was arrested this morning, on a charge of harboring bushwhackers. : He was brought to this place for his trial, "which is in prog ress as we go to prefs. ", -' . "Subject of discourse at the Congregational 'church to-morrow evening: "The Swear er's Relations." All are invited to attend. Ravi J. C. Fraker...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 19 September 1863

: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 18C3. t A PAIR OF COPPERHEADS. A correspondent of, tha New York Trib une, on the cars in. Massachusetts, writes thus:-., .; : , l-.-,. There are, comparatively speaking, few copperheads in-the old Bay State; but what they lack in numbers, they make up in ven om. There were two of these creeping things inline car4, in hich the writer was sealed. Une was a brassy-faced, frosty haired old r fellow, who : loved whisky and hated soap and water; the other was a. very stuDid. virlcar- toan." 'of ' middle aore. He spoke in a loud tone to the other man, who occupied a seat on thepposite side of the car.' The following is a "specimen of the style and sentiment of Jhe precious pair of traitors: Wal,' Meade didn't dd much in Penn nylvania," said the youngest of the two trai tors - 's L-.:i a: -!To:t " : ' 'Neow he ain't no great1 shakes, Meade ain'C We haia't got'a Gineral worjLh a peg, and our privates hain't to be compared to the Confederates, nyhow Gineral Lee is an...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 26 September 1863

.J .-. T3TT Vol. G--nNp, 4-1 . EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER .2(5., 13.03: : 1 - ij il Ct Emporia flftos. ?CBLISHED EYEEY SATURDAY XOKXISQ, . At Eniporia, L.yoa County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEU, ..- Editor and Proprietor. jQJi Newt Buildinp, corner of Commercial street J .. and. Sixth acn-nue. . . ..; ; Teems Two 'dollars per annum, in advance. Claba of ten. $17. . Clubs of twenty, All papers diacontiriiiM lat the erpiration of the Woe. for , W b ) ck JJui' JU- uberu Carpenters "and Joiners, .'JW?U 1? ftH kinds of .Wert in their lin, neaTJ ind promptly. 28211 F. G. HUNT,, A 1 1 o r n n y rxt Lawi Akd" Register op Deeds, ., , . t . . , , , : : i J. If. WATSOM. , J, D. GILCHRIST. ...'- Notary PuUic. WATSON & GILCnilIST, ATTORN K Y S AT L A W , Empoi ia, Iyoti County, Kansas. "lOLLECTTONS mi.K-, nnJ Taxes paid, in V. any part. 'of Southern. Kansas. OfFice ov.:r P. rl. y's store. , , 29 1 Ei GORTON, , : Clerk of Lyon late Breckinridge) County, F. M P O It I A , K A NSAS, Will...

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 September 1863

EMPOHIA, KAKSA8. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 26, 1863. ITEMS BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL. The news from Rosecrans is not so bad as reported by Wednesday night's mail. It seems to bare been a drawn battle a se ries of attacks, commencing on Friday, by the rebels, and a series of repulses from our men. - ! Rosecrans held the same ground at tha close of Monday's fight that he held before the battles. Some of his men acted badly, but as a general thing the officers and men fought well very bravely. We cani see nothing reliable as to the disasters, but the fights were some of the severest of the war, and it is supposed the loss is very heavy, . The Louisville Journal of the 21st has received information, which it credit, that on Monday night the right and left wings of Rosecrana's army rested on the battle ground of Saturday and Sunday. Rein forcements from Grant, via Decatur, were to reach him yesterday. He is in good spirits, and hopeful of a complete victory. It is reported that A. P. Hill is In com...

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 September 1863

0 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1863. .Wanted. Six good shoemakers imme diately. Apply to Wm. Clapp, Emporia, Kansas. The highest wages paid. f ' Wanted At this office immediately, ten cords of good, sound wood, partly seasoned, for which the highest market price will be paid. The wood will be corded and paid for when all delivered. Also ten loads of . store wood, already cut and split, eighteen inches in length. , i i Elder John H. Phillips, (recently from Indiana,) will preach at the Christian Church to-morrow forenoon at 1 1 o'clock. Emporia Bible Society Meeting: No tice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the Emporia Bible Society will be held in the Congregational Church, Sunday the 27th inst., at half past ten a. m. Rev. L J3. Dennis, of Lawrence, Agent A. B. S. tfr Kansas and Nebraska, will address the meeting.' As the Society has civen awav a Targe number of books to the destitute the past year, it is now considerably in arrears. It is hoped that by a rigorous effort we may...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 26 September 1863

CD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 18G3. FARMERS' DEPARTMENT. Sheep Management. The last winter was very hard on all kinds of Etock, especially on 6hep; and a great many of then? died from improper care in , the .fall... There are-three things which every producer of wool should ob serve, to insure success in raising sheep: 1st, The time the sheep should lamb; 2d, Weaning the lambs; 3d, The condition of the flock in the fall. Every farmer should endeavor to have his lambs come about the 1st of April unless he baa got a warm -shelter, then February will do; he then can shear those lambs on or about the 20th of July, which will free them from ticks (which help to make poor lambs.) In having lambs drop before li e 1st of April, without warm thel ier and good care, there is great danger of losing a targe percentage. About the middle of August the . I;mb3 should be separated from the balance of the flock, and turned into a, good clover lot,, or a cornfield. The latter is preferable. Near ly ever...

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