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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 7 November 1863

J& - . . ;f-H .! h Vol. G -No 50. EMPOKIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7. Whole No. 310L! lOU o. TUB LI Sn ED EVERT SATCRDAT UOBMIXO, Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, ,BY JACOB STOTLER. Editor a Peoprikiok. ' ' At , Office Artr jiuudina, corner of Commercial street . - : -end' Sixth arJtrr. in our customarv v.- Txaifs Two dollars per annum, jn advance. ' j CI lbs of ten ,'$17. - Clubs of twenty, 30 Ml papery discontinued at the expiration of the time for which they are subscribed. : . ' the reasons for ;erran'ng them. FRAKER & MURRELL, i The thi ng3 demanded are nnrT.PT.tprc! nnrl Tninpr! 1 Filst That Gn- Sc! ofie:d shall hQ re varpeniers ana j oinerb, , , , G B . , arjrj0inted as com- EMrORTA, KANSAS. Will do all kinds of work in their line, neatly nnd promptly. -23C-311 P. G. HTJNtT .A. t tornoy n t Ta "r , Akd Register of Deeds, WATSpN. J. D. GILCIIRIST, . Notary TuMic. WATSON & GILCHRIST, ATTORNEYS AT I. A V , Emporia, Eyon County, Kansas. C COLLECTIONS made, and Taxes p...

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. — 7 November 1863

mm EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1863. LAST NIIITS N12WS. The Leavenworth election haa resulted in the, success of the entire Republican ticket. A telegram from Washington of the 2d says:' "From the front we learn there are indications of a disposition on the part of Gen. Meade to obey orders by attacking the enemy, and the truth as to whether Lee inlerds to fight or not, will soon be settled. There is no need of hunting for a foe, as they are all around." The appointment of Gen. Butler to the Department, of which Fortress Monroe is the Headquarters, is considered an earnest of a purpose to conduct the war in that quarter on what are known as Butler prin ciples. Returns indicate that the Republicans hare carried Massachusetts by a larger iwa- . jority than was ever anticipated. Missouri Election. A dispatch from St. Louis says: "At present it is impossible to speak with certainty of the result in the State; but the indications are certainly cheering. If the Union men have h...

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. — 7 November 1863

- rv trrnn SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1863. PROCLAMATION. , State or Kansas, I ExKCUTIVK DlPABTMIKT. ) In the observance of a universal custom, as old as the Commonwealths of the Union, I, Thomas Carney, Governor of the State of Kansas, do hereby designate and Eel apart Thursday, 'the 26th day of November, next, as a day of Thanksgiving and prayer. The year now drawing to a clo6e has been one of preat prosperity fo (he peop!e of this State. We have been bleseeu with ge nial skies and fruitful fields. Abundan! harvests have compensafed the labors of the husbandman. In ihe midst of a depopula ting and burdensome war, our population Las afeadily increased, and our material in terests have been advanced. On the day thus set apart, let us assem ble in our customary places of worship and render thanks to Almighty God for the numberless blessings and mercies which have crowned the year; for the divine wis dom which has directed, and the divine power which has protected us. Let us be thankful fo...

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. — 7 November 1863

I ; - E .; P E R L E Y. : ' V Has jnst opened the Largest and most desirable Stocli of K6odI To be found in hi Ticinity, consisting i pert of BROWN '& BLEACH'D MUSLINS. TICKS DRILLS,1 ! CHECKS, STRIPES, . , DENIMS ' CANTON FLANNEL, . ' : C KENXUCKY, JEANS, , ( ? BEVERLY TWILL, Farmer' : and Mechanics , Cnssimcres, .,(;-:.. f .. - , . . GEORGIA PLAINS, - ; SATINETS fe: CASSIMERES, r ..- . PRINTS, IN ENDLESS VARIETT, ALAPACCA, DE BEGES, 1 .- EEPS, in all colon, MORoiro. p a ms t p a nhy pt.aitv5?. II AMP VEX - Q IX GUAM S,; ? .iL id ' 'VELVET TRIMM1SG, irojo ?:sx I rt s; And .'gin era! assortment of YanVeeflTotioHS. . : BO OT S AND 'SH OES, ' For Men) Boys, Women and Children. CLOTHING, HATS & CAPS, &C. ' ' " Also, a choice stock of " Queensware, Hardware . and t .' . i Groceries. TOBACCO, FLOUR, NAILS, ROPE, COFFEE, SOAP, CODFISH, SALT,:. GLASS. SUGARS, TEA, CANDLES, SPICES, STARCH, CONCENTRATED POTASH, i" ' &c.; fec, fec Persons in wantof Goods will do well to call a...

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. — 14 November 1863

Vol. 6 No. 51. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1863. Whole No. 311. ?i:BLlSHED EVERY SJkTLRDAT MOUSING, At Emporia, L,yon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEIt, Editor and Proprietor. Office Netca Building, corner of Commercial street and Sixth avenue. Terms Two dollars per annum, in advance. Chibs of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 A.11 papers discontinued at the expiration of tLe time for which they are subscribed. FRAKER & MURRELL, Carpenters and Joiners, EMPORIA. KANSAS. Will do all kinds of work in their line, neatly and promptly. 2tf-311 F. G. HUNT, ttorney at Law And Register of Deeds, EMPORIA, KANSAS. V H. WATSON. J. D. GILCHRIST, Notary PuHfc. WATSON & GILCIIIilST, A T T OltNEYH A T I, A W , Emporia, Eyon County, Kansas. CIOLLECTIONS made, and Taxes paid, in J any pnrt of Southern Kansas. Office over Perloy's store. 2Si E . BORTON, C7erJfc of Lyon late BrecJcinriifye) County, K M P O 11 I A , K A N S A S , "Will attend to paying taxes, redeeming lauds and town lo...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 14 November 1863

cv wymm mnv$. EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1863. LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. There is nothing of interest from Vir ginia. Oar army, it is stated, occupy Cul peper, and on the nigbt of the 9th laid on their arms, in line of battle, but Lee did not rish a fight. Another dispatch says the main force of the rebels passed through Gordonsville on the 9th, on their way. to Richmond. One hundied and twenty-five officers are among the prisoners captured in the late fight. These men represented that but few of their comrades returned across the ' river, and their General Commanding had barely time to escape on a pony. They seem to unite in regarding Ibis movement on our part as having been one of the most brilliant and successful of the war. At a Union meeting held at Little Rock, on the 31st ult., Dr. John Kirkwood was appointed Chairman, and Col. Keyerg Sec retary. A series of resolutions were passed expressive of cordial support and loyalty to the United States, and pledging the utmost e...

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. — 14 November 1863

1 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1SG3. (General Order No. o. IlKAnyrARTKn-s. Soitiifrx Division. K. S. M ? Le Kut. Kansas, October 2'J, 18G3. j 1st. Wednesday and Thursday, tbe 18th and 19th days of November, 1863, are here by designated as the time for Regimental and Battalion drill of the State Militia of llm Division. 21. Commanders of Regiments and Bat talions shall desigrate the place of holding said drill, and inform the respective Com pany Commanders of the tims and place of holding f-aid Regimental or Battalion drill. By order of m Major General Scott. E. Robinson, Asst. Adj't General. In compliance with the above order, the 6th Regiment of Militia will meet at Em poria, on the day first mentioned above, at 10 o'clock a. m., for drill. A fine of S5 will be imposed upon absentees, in accord ance with law. All companies must com? prepared to ramp on the ground during the two day3. By order of Col. A. J. Mitchell. J. Stotler, Adj't. Elder J. II. Phillips will preach the funer nl sermcn...

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. — 14 November 1863

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1G3 FARMERS' DEPARTMENT. From lhe Valley Farmer for November. AGRICULTURAL IT CHS. i i Eoos ix Winter. We have noticed that! a mild wjnter, with little or no snow i. e.,' a6eason io which the ground is much bare! and warm, is the season for Lstj winter hens were laying in all directions; merchants were largely stocked with fresh g: i Will not our friends take a hint here, and! convert aii winters into egg-laying winters; j Karren soil may be coated with grass, by that is, by artificial means, make a mild coverjR lightly with etraw (pea-strw the winter for your hens. best) after the eeed is sown, followed by a Our aunt said last winter that she was tbin C0:U of manure equally spread, or (bet going to have eggs from her seven hens. ter) puiverized. fahe put them in a-small, cold barn the temperature inside enual to th outside nut A sub-soil once thoroughly loosened, ia a couple of b?e-hive3 filled with straw, and fed her hen3 the scraps of the table We told her ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 21 November 1863

Vol. 6 No. 52. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21. 1863. Whole No. 312. Cjre -&mpxh ltlus. PUBLISHED EVERT 8ATCEDAT MOEXIG, Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas BY JACOB STOTLER, c Editor and Proprietor. At OJict yeict Buildirtp, corner of Commercial ttrttt . and Sixth avtnue. Terms Two dollars per nnnum ic advance. CI lbs of ten. fl7. Clubs of twenty, $3H A.11 papers discontinued at the expiration of the time for which they nre euhpcri'ned. 4BnaaBHSHSMiiMMimMnaHMi FRAKER & MURRELL, Carpenters and Joiners, EMPORIA. KANSAS. Will do all kinds of work in their line, neatly and promptly. 2fc-'-n F. G. HUNT, -A- 1 1 o r n o y at Law And Register of Deeds, ElVTPOPtTA, KANSAS. '!. WATSON. J. D. GILCHRIST. Notary Tutlio. WATSON & GILCHRIST, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas. C10LLECTI0NS mrule, and Taxes paid, in J any piirt of Southern Kansas. Office over Pe rh-y's store. 231 E. GORTON, Clerk ff Lym (late Breckinridge) County, K MPOKIA, KANSAS, Will attend to paying tn...

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. — 21 November 1863

Ufa mmt P.. EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER. 21, ICG , i;.ST or Thti present-number of The New-3 com-1 dt-tes its tixth vear. The first number was nought out' in June, 1C57, but we have ! n - . . . : ..issed issues enough in the six vears to", make the ,e difference between June and No- timber. Four years and over of this time! the pa pel has been published by the present proprietor. ihe little craft Las rone through many hardships and hasccme near tetrg; dashed to-pieces, in former times, against the rock, "Hard Times." But f uch troubles are over, and the paper is founded on a firm financial babis. We do not mean to say we are getting rich by any .- mean'', but that the paper sustaius itself. '.'In the four years that we have published; .Tile News there is no doubt that we have j made toine mistakes, and have saul some j things that we Lad belter have lett unsaui. , cordingly, they jvnt transposed me K-'i'-. , United States and destroy Buffalo; also to We hive written in the t...

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. — 21 November 1863

1 r - fern n ; ilk SATURDAY; NOVEMBER 21. 1S--J3.- i of No Paper Next Week. ; j An -infant daughter of Gen. ' Rosec-rans Owing to a press of work on;haal wedy at isg3) Ohio. November are compelled to hy asiib our paper ceit j j week. We have on Laud tLa proceeding -.-.uu.i of the Cluistian Convention, at Olfumwa, j NOTICE, and other jobs which cannot be pospohed npHE Heirs tf Jonathan Fitzpatrick, ceecf.?ed; lnnnlh. on1 it ' .,tt,..1.r ;raro'K!a rrt eitra help. , ' Thiinkssiviu Services. rn. . u ! xucia w in uc iciijjiuu ecrricca di iutj , . Chrisianj Church in Emporia, on .Thursday , i . u u i ' i next, the day set apart by our President and uovernor, as a nf Thanks. riving anrt prayer. Wilson attend. Elde iilderNV. i. Jvanaana nev. J. a-j will preach All are invited to S. O. Brown, J. II. Phillips, I ; - W. E. Evans, ' . ' J. S. WlLS .N. J. C. FuAKEB, Emporia Novfmber l'Jt'u, 1063. Itev.'O.. C." Moree vill 'preach -a Thanks givirj;"fcemioi. on the evening of Thursday next. Subject...

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 November 1863

inn LI.L11L v 1 11 II 'I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 18C3. A Compliment to Mr. Chace from ak N &SEMTV- I Jie London Teraes, whose hos tility t everything American, and espec ially - to ' everything connected with the j . . . reaerai yovernment, is well known, pijs an un wiling compliment to Secretary Cbaae. a i eays: "With a debt which tronLI Siatejn the woild, except England and France, Mr. Chase slill exhibits all the distinctive features of a BDlendid . inorpau- ing and permanent prospeiityj'be has a irL'e block 01 Duuion, so large aa to keep in hand all fpeculators in gold; should they buy cold faster thau be wiahe. h ran im. mediately buy up millions of paper and make tbemcomplete their purchase in a dear i ; ; The Mobile R olared that "the negro is no longer cf email talk in the South. The people of vub coma nave a place lor them, and that lsin uie arrar. 1 here should be no dis tinction in color when a man is willing to nght for his homo and master." This i3 as bad as the Abol...

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 December 1863

Vol. 7--N0. 2. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1863. Whole No. 314. I r fl'BUSQID KVERT 6ATIUDAY MORXIXO, Emporia, Lyon County, . Kansas, BY JACOB STOTIiEB, ElMTOB AND PaOItlETOR. At Otfi'.t eieg Jtuildina, corner of Commercial strtet and Sixth avenue. TfcKua Two dollar per annum, in advance. CI lbs of ten, fl7. CI aba of twenty, $30 A.11 fpr9 discontinued at the expiration ol tlie time for which they are subscribed. E. GORTON, Clerk 0 Lyon (late Breckinridge) County, I, MPOHIA, KANSAS, 'Will attend to paying taxes, redeeming lands and town lota eld for tax. Post office address, KilPORIA, KANSAS. 'SLV Office No Ib'J Commercial et., one door North of l.tt office, up stairs. 21fitf .1. iTTsWALLOW, NOTARY PUBLIC, KMrOHIA, KANSAS. KEEPING on hand Blanks, ami fit all times provided with Revenue Stamps, is prepared to attend to Conveyancing, and making out Legal Tapers. 27t JAMES MEANS, .Stone Mason, Ilrit-klayer nnd l'laterer, tS iead- to take controls for any work in his line. Ii...

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 December 1863

f$w $mwxm Iters EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1863. now sii.vi.li the war end! LAST XI GUTm NEWS. The Star says information from General Burnside. lto aj Monday night, the 26th, is to the effect that he was then amply pro visioned for his need, and fully able to re sist the enemy until aid could reach him from Grant. At that time Long-street was before Knoxville. The oider sent him by Dragg to abandon the siege and if join him had not thea reached him. Doubtless Grant has uowcui the road by which Long street roust go to effect a junction with Bragg. The Tribune has the following tpecial dispatch: "General Wilcox telegraphs from Cumberland Gap, that scouts who came in yesterday report that heavy can nonading was heard in the direction of Knoxville, ho fng very rapid, about forty discharges per minute." Dispatches from Chattanooga says that sufficient reinforcements, under Gordon Oranger, have been eem to Burnside to insure his ucce?s. No news from Burnside at headquarters. T...

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 December 1863

V-: 1 V: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5. ICG3. Parley has .received goods bin'ce our list. a supply i'f new See advertisement of hordes and hatn-& for sale. ; , See notice of Cattle ia auclher col- umn. A fine lot f Mork. IIve you fcten the v oiidei ail wl at is il" that is paid to bn ab tit town? If not loot ov-r your left shoulder aa you go down street by ih corner. SpauMi(i& Wiiht, G .vprnm?nt freiMit ers, I a ! 1 .i trVin of 25 wimos at thi pUce thii week with corn, .destined for Ft. Limed. A. G. Proctor returned from the Cherokee counliy affw days ao, looking bile and bearty. II bad with him about 812,000 "yallar logs" which ue took to Leavenworth immediately, for Lwiss Ri-s brother of John. We are 1 to know i !..t "Prrj" will pro bably stop with us ihU winter We publish ill itimtlicr cluinn .q pro- spectus cf the "Kansas Rn;i.-.ter and Emi grants Guide." Judge Bailey formerly cf Ibis place ia the prime mover in rl. Tlie woik will be valuable fur the fund of infrrmti n it will co...

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 December 1863

ess? SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, lfJ(J3. FARMERS' DEPARTMENT. Amciicnn Sheep in Ettropc. At th Wool Growers Convention lield at Rutland, during the progress of the Ver mont State Fair, Col. Darnel Keeham, the delegate from Vermont to the International Exhibition of Hamburg, gave an interesting account of the successful competition of Mr. George Campbell's 12 Mermoes with the best llocks of Europe, mention of which was made . in the September Agriculturist. (We glean from a report in the New Eng land Farmer.) He said it required a con siderable stock of presumption and confi dence to sally out froma Green Mountain Lome, with sheep from the pastures of Ver mont, to compete against those of the impe rial flocks in France and the German States; and their forebodings were not rendered less unpleasant, when, on the outward passage, they were informed by intelligent German connoisseurs, that for the Americans to enter iot0 8Uch a corapetion, would be 6imply for them to roll in the mud, as a prem...

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 December 1863

r ft. 1 - ! , hi i'. I' i 1 ,7 7. You 7--No.:3. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 12. 18(53. Whole No. 315. jf-ai I Walker. Q nntrel, nn the other hand. Nevada By n privaie letter from Ne- WCB P HCTIU 1L-XJJJ "X-JA-W-ejO 7iTTy ftAivvvtvv VT,vs-.v jtl." cavalry 1cm of thi. department 1 1 I I l' ll'illllllll l'f , I - i I ' I 1 ' .! W-MV CL4H U V V Ul rC-V'VVl A di-y.t.-!, from C.irribei 1 it I G ip of the I ',au w ker ihat fin attack would vd i. we barn t-omeihi-jo- of the price of ' . , , 'n i i' . i i- .i j be m ule at a certain time, and warned him provii wis in that Territory. Flour id sell - . .. -i ) yHr General I'Dstpr Ins driven tli en- , , i1Q .. i r .. u .Pl . . 1 c" pKTPnnfA T-4WCAO r" m- t . l' te P P" r 'p robbers. The you Pijr at 824 or cwt;beon, 20 cents pr i-liJUIA, KANSAd, Hny f.oin Clinch nver, and is in pa. suit fnen entered the house. dem-tuded the slave, pound, and potatoes at 25 cents per pound. SATIIRD Y DKCKUIlI'ir. 1 l "fit ' ' however, will doubtless secur...

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 December 1863

. -.sv'rj(.. FILIAL IIOTICE. NOTICE it htrtby given to nil forties interest ed, that unlcrt the Land nod Town Lota, hereinafter drmibed, sold for the Tux if, 1B60. '61, and 'C2, are redeemed previo is to the 9ih day of May. A. D. 164, Deeds will be iued to the purchasers. J. It. SWALLOW, Treasurer's Office, ) County Treasurer. Lyon County, Dec. 12, lG3.J 4v znen City Township. Owner' lanies. Unknown do do do do do do Stubba Z Wright Benj Unknown da .da do do do do do do n e quarter fc s e qr j of n n e qr n e qr n w qr n e qr Americti4 Township. e qr 21 18 10 23.41 Vj -3 w 2- g sr- d - ' 5 S 2. 9 1G 11 9.52 13 " " 7.15 2 17 " 10 10 3 " 18.89 4 " IS.bD 189 11 " " 189 11 G GO 11 03 " 7 VA " 9 9S 10 10 22 ti oi) 04 " 2.S4 " b.bS ' " 30 31 23 53 13 acres lot no. 1 4 eisvof no 5 s of n w qr e f, of s c qr " vr fX& n eqrofa e 19 a e"qr 10 n w qr n w qr of a e qr e qr 15 't of s c or 3 OW.V)fAME3 BLOCK LOT AMOUNT Culiaim Block r3 lot 7 1 52 .". . block 50, lot 7 and 10, each 1 10 block...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 19 December 1863

. u . i c T . l: fel.l St'i ' " a .. - - f V Vol. 7 No. 4. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1863. i :3U Whole No. 316. n 1 ft 1 mu dm (V) EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1863; PRESIDENTS 3IESSAGE. . , Fellow Citizens of the Senate and House o Representatives: Another year of health and of suffiuieully abundant harvests has parsed. For these, and especially tor the improved condition 01 our national allair?, our renewed and profound graiitude to Cod is due ."Wp re: 1 foreigu ilizens of main fn peace and frieudnhip with powers. The efforts of disloyal ci; the United States to involve U3 in foreign wars, to .aid inexcusable insurrection, have been unavai'inL'. Her Britanic Majetty'H Government, as was justly f xpected, Lave ' exercised their authority to prevent .the de- amendment . to the law that will make the' bla body of troops, it is believed, were ev parture of new hostile expeditions ' from j fact of voting an estopple against any pita' er more amply provided, or ...

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 December 1863

be somewhat more ready to give up the cause of their affliction, and, to this extent, this vita matter is left to themselves, while no power of the National Executive to pre vent an abuse is abridged by this proposi tion. The $uggeetion ia the proflamation as to maintaining the political fi acne work of the "States on what ia called recon struction, is made in the hope that it may do good without harm. It wiH favor labor and avoid great confusion: but anv proclamation now, upon this question, id wiia me conmcung view mat ine steps might be delayed too long or be taken too soon. In some elements for resump tion Lave been ready for action, but remain inactive apparently for want of a rallying point a plan for action. Why shall A adopt the plan of B rather than B- that of A, and if A and B should agree how can they know bnt the general Government here will respect their plan? By the proc lamation a plan is presented which may be accepted by thera as a rallying point, and which they are...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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