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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 31 December 1859

Osago valley ana Southern Kansas Railroad. The Board of Directors of the O. V. it S. K. B. R. met at Tipton, Mo., on the 24th of November, 1859. Present Col. A. M. Tntt, Wm. M. Kerr, A. Wamsley, J. H Martin, J. S. Robinson, W. F. M. Arny.and J. F. Taylor. The Board was called to order by the Pres ident, and the minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. . The Chief .Lngineer presented a report in favor of the "short contract system, which was read and ordered to be filed Maj. Monroe, of the Committee appted on the 22d of September last, to receive proposals for the construction of the road west of Versailles, made a report, which was read and ordered to be filed. The report of the Chief Engineer on the first division of the road, was read and or dered to be filed. On motion of W. F. M. Arny, it was Resolved, That Messrs. Monroe, Taylor and the Chief Engineer be appointed to obtain from the Missouri Legislature ro amendment of our Char ter, authorizing the extension of onr r...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 31 December 1859

SATURDAY DECEMBER 31, 1859. ? ? -, . Terms of Subscript ion. lngl espy, on year T a opii Ok 7M. (sad s to tetter op of slab.) Twmt7" ' " . ttoo . 11 00 . SO 0? , Rates of Advertising. MnfriaMrtiea. per lia. tern eeaU; each fabttqnaat iaMrt'oa. tT ata; dolUr a. lia.pr maania. Oa fourth eolanm tkn maathi. 10 09: i Ho. H 00; ne year, S3 99. One half aoi. tar mo.. 11 ; ix " 10 : AU mu aad fraia adrtrtUtmenU most b paid la adraaca. , Single copies of The News in wrappers for sale t this office, at five cents per copy. Blanks. Deeds, Mortgages, Bonds an d Decla rations for alet this office in any quantity. Tot Justices. Blank SuVpenas, Executions Bmmona', Warrants, Recognizances, Ac, for" sale At this office." . 1 . . ' ' .Arrivals and. Departures of Mails at and from the Emporia Post Office. Xawrenee Mail arrives Saturdays at 6 f.'m. Leaves Mondays at 6 a. m. Topeka Mail arrives Tuesdays at 6 p. M. Xeavcs Wednesdays at 6 a. v. Butler (Mo.) Mail arrives Wednesdays at 10 a. it. Leaves Thur...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 7 January 1860

J OB PRIKTIN G 4 Th ffiea of Ta : Bmpow." Kw is 'fnrniahad with a completa assortment of tha newest style of Typa, Borders, nourishes. Cuts, Cards; Faaay Fspers, Colored lata .Tronic, '"tt enabllrj, te proprietor to prist Cixcci.au, Casss, CxxrtrMAm of Stocx, DxEPS, Powrras. and all other kinds of Jon PBJ.vrixo, in;n manner aasurpassed in ths eoontry. Fartienlar" attention paid . to printing all kinds of Blanks. ' Order tor -work promptly attended to when aseorapaaied wftS Can. oxubob. is ovmottoV "'. -''; - V ' ' ; Blank Warranty and MortfcfS Poeds, Bon4 Exeentions, Summons, Subpenaa. Attoohmsnts, Beojnaizanees, ets., eonafiantly eo hand. .... v . Trans T104 PoUsrs ferenmm, in adra.no. r . Clubs of ten, $17., v, Clubs of twenty, $30. . Rates of Advertisings ' ; -First insertion, per line, ten 'cents; each subse q lent insertion. fir cents; one dollar k line, per nnum. One-fonrth column' three months, $10; six ra oaths, $1?; one year, $30. One-half colctno i iree meaths, $17; six mo...

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 January 1860

,;SATURDA.Y, JAITTAIlir7r i860. TSTot-a' Spectre. ., t, Jfc w asAlb-Hallo w E'ent y ulgate. Hollow Eve, and some dozen of,usasisters anil.coue- rag, were gathered ardundja brjghtcafife in the parlor... ariangin 'projects, as we calle4 them disclose ibe name, features ilearts.r j We were aU, (girls, andTtEe, theme nce started. we f.discoursedwitl) olubi3ty and at length upon love, courtship audwetf ied. bliss,,, andsprhe "suitors .'and devoted iinThe eldest of us.was, barely sixteen, and amo'ng.,ibe whole, group "notoue could "as jet, boast of a genuine, living' loyer.. Still) each girl nad already .enshrined in "bersoul some hero of romauceV with .whose proto type she firmly expected tp,meet- in after life.. iLizzie, the eldest,' bad. fori her? beau ideal Thaddeus of Warsaw.! .Kate cherish' ed a tender sentiment for Donbey and Son's "Walter - Gay ;-and I : am' rery 1 much "afraid that my "penchant ?was decidedly11 for "the handsome though light-fingered Paul Clif- How the little gro...

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 January 1860

' 1 n ? Character oflS-shi. . . V f v frTfrrr jlift -' 1t Ttere is a sublimltyTp" the influence ofl : y v w-llUlXC' OUm tef 'ta.IHTW-7 (fill- ; Has resumed the fcraetiee of erciiedia Lun Tlit parties largeJXj Uj .Lp '-QJ-L il,' a my j r ("jhaspr "niiinir mft?r assnmfi a. louts ti i ....' -i a T . r- -l-s .i. vv of a ptifJBhklcd uuaari, and ibe moral ut ta3tvdtands,up ip- her;Jrreseftci dnve.'ttore, ia the dignity, and uprightness tf his'bet tcr days. S.e reproves-in her gentleness the bodsteijws language ofitLe ftet rowdy, and in her presei.ce 4at least be will avoid ihe repetiiiMCfhSSe JfofipJ prions that offend. . She checks the youth in his ways of dissipation, and 'bf life?-voice of warning many a youn. BCAO iSiiTa wm AJAte in and preserve them troa iile influence that des raMf!4. Yar'KvpiT&aaor Great is the responiiityjiiofi voman ibi fefepeM? fN'43iari .who'desnrta til toc& py ft vepqcWiPiinJu.v(?ciet, wpud ever suffer a profane word to pass his lips, an unmnlyCjfcf.4r...

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 January 1860

: r u mmm SATURDAY. JANUARY T, I860. . ' 't.i-uy Teiaa.f Ccri3ti -A Tvt? ..:' .-." - . St Bate f Aertliif. nntlMwMupCr Ua, rWT i. 1K22C?lI!?r!! sWaVsuM " o.'iewsiuaf 4. ouwi i-.rr on . - -nt- . Single eopie of Tn Nxw in wnppm Cor sale t &U oflee, at nre cent per copy. -. ClasJtsv-Deeds. lldrtgages,Bonda 4 Dae aatiea for tale at this efSee in any gTntity. .FfTJoailees-Blattk 8ubpenExutions 'Bmmons', Wunntt. Recognizances, Ac, tor sal dLnirafU siad TJenarinre of 2f alls as and from the Emporia Post OCSee "; Lswrenee Kail knives Saturday at 6 r. m.i Leaves Mondays at 6 a m. , t , Topeka Mail arrives Tuesdays at 6 r. u. ' .Leaves Wednesday at 8 A. u. -, . r - Butler (Mo.) Mail arrive Wednesdays at 10 a. x. Leaves Thursdays at 12 vl? : 'r' - -. : - Fort Scott Mail arrives Saturday at 12 K. Leave Mondays t 13 x. " '" Weekly mail to Plymouth. Tolada and Cotton - wood Falls, west; also the Bayard Kldorado,ad Chelsea, south. t'-J . -' i OSes open Sundays from 13 M to 2 f. jay Mr. Heeler,...

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 January 1860

TH E E M PORTA "NE W Sf. pHblihed every Saturday morning at Emporia, Breckinridge County, Kansas, by . &TrrTuTT5T Il-A.lSriXA.IL.Xj Oc CO. prT..JiiTteo Dollar per annum, in advance. C'.uU f ten . Clubs of twenty, $30. ,..;. Rates of Advertising. Firt insertion, per line, ten cents; each subse q ;ent insertion, firs cents; one dollar a line, per num. One-fourth column three months, $10; ix months, $17; one year, $30. Ooe-half column i roe montlis, $17; six months, $30; one year, $50. All transient and foreign advertisements must be jccompnnipd by the cash, to insure insertion. JOB PRINTING. The office of Tax Ehfoeta Niwsb furnished with a complete assortment of the newest styles of Type, Borders, Flourishes, Cuts, Cardir, Faosy Papers, Colored Inks, Bronze, Ac, enabling the proprietor to print Circtlars, Cards. Cutifkatks or Stock, Deeds, Peanuts, and all other kind of Job Pristisg, in a manner tmurpassed in &e country. Particular attention paid to printing all kin of Blinks....

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. — 14 January 1860

SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, I860. From Once a Week THE LUCKY ADVEBTISEMENT. Twenty one years ago, I was sitting by my fire-side footing up innumerable pages of my bachelor's houskeeping-book, tak ing exercise in arithmetic on long columns of "petty cash" comprising items for carrots and bath bricks, metal tacks and mutton chops until tired and wearied, I arrived at the sum total, and jerked the book on the mantel-piece. Nearly at the same time I placed roy hand in the pocket of my dressing-gown, drew out a leather case, and lit a principe. "Well, having lit the principe, I placed my feet on the fender and sighed, ex hausted by the long job of domestic account. I was then in business 'twas a small whole sale business then, 'tisalarge one now yet one morning's tottings of carrots and bath bricks, of metal tacks and mutton chops, would tire me a thousand times more than twenty-four hours of honest ledger-work. I sighed, not from love, but'from labor; for to tell you the truth, I had never be...

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 January 1860

G U NPOWD E II . The Hazard Powder Company of Har ardville, Connecticut, 1 TTAVE BUILT A MAfJAZTXP. at rivsie JlL CITTVand will hereafter keep a supply of weir oJwuug, uAiaiu, nu masting rowar cob stantly on hand, and for sale, by their Agents Messrs. BALIS Sc HICKS, of Kansas City. A. O. HAZARD, President of the Hazard Powder Company Hazard ville, Sept., 1858. .. jST O TIC E ! BALIS & HICKS, AM ALSO y. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in SCHOOL BOOKS & STATIONERY, INCLUDING THS ECLECTIC (M'GUFFEY'S) READERS, NATIONAL SERIES, . . . . -ELEMENTARY (WEBSTER'S) SPELLERS. And a large assortment of new and carefully compiled Text Books Classic and Common. Wrapping Paper, Wall Paper, Cap, Letter and Note Paper, Envelopes, in every style. Gold Pens, Steel Pens, Inks, fcc., Ac. We sell the genuine and imitation - "G. D. PERCUSSION CAPS. Before purchasing elsewhere we ask all buyers to call and examine our Stock and Prices. We can sell goods in our line lower than any other tdealer this s...

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 January 1860

SATURDAY, JANUARY 14 i860. 'Temi'et Subscription. S0 . - It SO . . KM Rates ofAdvertising-. Vint Uwrttoa. pr eeh fobten.Bt iiucrtioa. 0u fourth eolonm nrf io wt dm. W W; ane year, SO : Oa kidf All tra- afTunf mo.. It W; ix 00; oaa year. M. Tliml u f,raiB adrrtumBta muit b paid la adTaaee. Single copies of Tbi Nkws in wrappers for sale at this office, at five cents per copy. r-l Blanlts.--Deeds. Mortgages, Bonds and Decla rations for sale atthis office in any quantity. For 'j ustices. Blank Subpenas, Executions 'Simmons', Warrants, Recognizances, fcc, for'sale a (his office, i :,n .'Ki - ! - - ' ' .Arrivals and Departures of Mails at and from the Emporia Post Office. Laurence Mail arrives Saturdays at 6 p. u. leaves' Mondays at 6 a. m.' Topeka Mail arrives Tuesdays at 6 r. u. Leaves Wednesdays at 6 a. x . Butler (Mo.) Mail arrives Wednesdays at 10 a. si. Leaves Thursdays at 12 u. Fort Scott Mail arrives Saturdays at 12 it. Ltaves-Mondays at 12 ic. Weekly mail to Plymouth, Toleda and ...

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. — 21 January 1860

THE VE M KjO:RI XJE: Published every Saturday tnorniBg 'atmporia, - . Breckinridge County, Kansas, by V X5TJTr.Xl"Sr BAISZ3ALL fS CO.' TkRM7V' Dollars jper annum iti adnancr. , Clubs of ten, 17. y Clubs of Went y,' $30. - Rates of Advertising1. -ri-Jji. , First insertionper line, ten nU;-&ch subse ieot insertion, five cents; one tollar.a4line, pier annum. One-fourth column three months, $l0j ix months, flT;'one year, $30." One-half column I tree months, $17; six months, $30; one year; $50. All transient and foreign' advertisement must be accompanied by the cash, to insure insertion'. ' F. B. PLUMB. DCDLBT BAKDAIX. EDITOR J EMPORIA, KANSAS;,! SATURDAY, JANUARY ai;"800.; Several communications are unavoidably crowded out from this issue of Thb News. The Government Against tho White . . Settlers. . .. ; or From the Report of, Mr.' ' A. - B.' Qreeai wood, Commissioner ' of ' Indian1 AfiFairs, made U) the Secretary of the Interior, .and published in connection with his Annual Report ...

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 January 1860

-A .4: l 1i .SATURDAY, JANUARY I SOW ;i)f,l:4v!:lv A j Joke-.Cp;" -t One of ibe most amusin? of ' the ?mny. ludicrous incidents of the Harper's , Ferry excitementhas just reached our ears. As the moral of it is highly-instructive, illustrating both the wisdoin, of Providence, and the folly of democracy.' wo "cannot withhold it fcoo oar leaders. Mr. Bayless W Hanna, oC.Terre Haute, is a very pleasant aud esti mable gentleman, but fearfully diseased with DemocracyrrHe 18 the lawrpartner. of: Mr; United States Attorney Voorbees, and, -was foreman of the last.Grand Jury in the last United States jCourt, which our readers wiil rTOember;Waa tbe., most devout of all the Grand Juries that:;hare fallen, down and worsluppedr slavery at the bidding of j John L-Robinson. In virtue- of these many claims -tsolhe ; regard of Slaveholders, ; lie certainly was ., justified in . expecting the kindest possible reception from t lie people of .' Virginia, whenever be should visit them, and he possibly, ...

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 January 1860

Charleston (S. C.) JYfiw, f-Uie 16th bays. speaking of the sympathy for John Brown --We have no confidence that, there: will be any effective re -action atthe North it is at heart and design wholly on r enem y.1 Our conviction 13 irrepressible that Black Republicanism intends to sustain Seward's policy, oy. evry means, violent or. dner wise, to achieve the destruction of Southern institutions. . ."We repeat, xkt rs arm. In this, at least, there is safety. We urge Dis union, and demand a Southern Confederacy. In this there is safety. r Who can. assure safety, in ought else ?; .If a Black Republi can Speaker is elected, let the Southern members of Congress demand a separation and ; division". .The, Southern States will ' sustain them. - They would not consent to remain - longer under the domination ?- of another people avowedly their bitter foes." The disunion papers in me .worm are careful to ljeep sentiments like , the above away from their readers. "We are for dis union," says 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. — 21 January 1860

. .. - . - , . - - - - - . . ! I. a m rmMimfiTf f- i Tr-hUn inn i T t.ri'ri.! mil ni nflr-itwi m1i 'nr r ij Tti i-1jn,-i T1 1 -t- T- r . .-ir n i 'i ii1 .qilli, M$U,iltY,i;, ift-SMAi 4 Terms of Subscription. Ta oiM yM, (an on txtr ' . H 00 . 10 9" ' Rates .Advertising. Uhe, nearly eignt onDoreo 'naosii tSr i.'uIlfSwslOitheh at work. The building was never eon- km mo.tb,. . - wf Ml. Uitm boi., It oo; ' - oe 7"r-1 s. All tr- Single copies of Thi News in wrapper for eale ition tortile atihVi ofiice in anj1 qoantity, - ration For J nstices. ElanV Suupent, Executions at,tliu omc. r,t ArriTals and -rirotzLthe Lawrence Mail amres BaHasJays at 6 r. x. Leavesklopdays ate A..-- r : Topek&;Man arrlveaTueaJayi.a 7it Leaves Wednesdays at 6 a. k. . - -v Butler (Mo.) Mail arrives Wednesdays at 10 a. LeavaXbY8daySt 123 Fort Scott Mail arrives Saturdays, at 12 u. Weekly mail to Plymouth , Jolpd a and (XyttoBf wood Falls, west ; also the Bayard, Eldorado and Chelsea, south Office open Sundays fro...

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 January 1860

T H E E MP OKI A 'NEW S . published every Saturday morning at Emporia, Breckinridge County, Kansas, by j3ijpr-E'5r R-A.rriD-A.r-r4 sc co. Terms Tax Dollart per annum, in aduaner. , JOB PRINTING Th office of Tax Emioru Nxws is JunOshaJ with a complete assortment rf tTr s jimrsst stjlsa if Tj'pe, Borders, Flourishes, CuU Cards, Fsasj Faprs, Colored Inks.-Brocie, Ac., enabling 4b proprietor to print Circulars, Carsc, Cxxnrwaaa o; Stock, Deeds, Posters, and all other kinds Jot Pmsting, in a manner unsurpassed ia tha cosntry: c Particular attention paid to -printing all kinds of 'Blasts. Orders for work promptly attended to when accompanied with Cash. Xx cklsior" ia our motto.- r -. ;' ? ' - Blank Warranty and Mortgage Deeds Bonds, Executions, Summons, Sabpenas, Attachments, Recognizances, etc., constantly on hand. -. : ft if r i f Clubs of ten,"$l7. T Clubs of twenty, $30. Rates of Advertising. : " First insertion, per line, ten cents; each subse quent insertion, five cents; one dollar ...

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. — 28 January 1860

SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1 860. : Interesting Facta Large Salt Water fJ4Lake or Bay in Lower California. W S lt is not generally known that a great la- ffuna, or, a3 it is termed, an "inland sea," , , exists in Lower California. Though a few natives and Indians have always been aware V of the fact, it evidently is unknown to ge ographers, for in no published maps, from . the earliest period down to the present time, ia any such body of water laid down. That the lake exists there can be no question, as " is evidenced by whaling captains now in r port. , In, length it reaches from latitude ."26 deg'a 40 min. to 28 dg's 4 min., or . . something less than one hundred miles, and ;., in width extends from twenty to fifty miles, ,,, giving it an irregular shape. One of our .informants, Mr. Selim D. Woodworth, who has. recently returned from that locality, gives us some interesting details of this lake or bay. - DISCOVERT OF THE LAKE. -This body of water was first discovered, for all practical...

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. — 28 January 1860

, Tbe Kansas City, Metropolitan 6ays, in jmird to the1 adjournment of' the Territo- rial Legislature from Lecompton: 'We bad hoped that that doomed village would at some future' time' become a place decent enough for a respectable body of men to meet in. but it seems that in the judgment of the Legislature, we were mistaken. It is getting no better fast, and we shall soon expect to hear that no decent traveler will stop in it over night. Lecoropte, .Lecomp tonism and rot-gut whisky have cursed it. Thus passeth away the glory of the Border Ruffian Legislature." , Gold in Missouri. The St. Louis Bul letin, says,, that' gold has been discovered in south-east Missouri. The lead now opened is said to be richer than leads discovered in California or Pike's Peak, the rock of which it is composed yielding SI 0,000 to the ton. Mrs. Partington told. Bemua, the other day, in confidence, that a ycung man had committed infanticide by blowing his brains up in a state of delirium tremendous, and 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. — 28 January 1860

45 II 1 SATURDAY, JANUARY 38, 18CO. !lH t;Term of Subscription fit e itlfl jy.Tm yr. .;' til f tt r II S3 . M Of Tm aopias 7 Mr. (m4 t xer op oreJ. J Rates of Advertising. ZTthrXTmo... It mo-. ; " r"" M u4 fori dTrtUmiiU Moat U paid in adTauea. Single copies of Tire News in wrappers for sale at this office, at five cents per copy. Blanks. Deeds, Mortgages, Bonda'aod Decla rations for sale at this office in any quantity. .For Justices. Blank Subpenas.Executions iJI immons', "Warrants, Recognizances, e., for sale til office.:' j' ' s ' ) f' Arrivals and Departure of Mails at and from the Emporia Post Office. Lawrence Hail arrives Saturdays at 6 r. u. Leaves Mondays at 6 a.m. Topeka Mail arrives Tuesdays at 6 r. u. Leaves Wednesdays at 6 a. k. Butler (Mo.) Mail arrives Wednesdays at 10 a. m. Leaves Thursdays at.12 m. Fort Scott Mail arrives Saturdays at 12 u. Leaves Mondays at 12 m. Weekly mail to PlymonUi, Toleda and Cotton wood Falls, -west; also the Bayard, Eldorado and Chelsea, sou...

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. — 4 February 1860

TH Ec; BiP ORIA N EWS; published every 'Saturday- morning kt Emporia; i :-. Breckinridge County, Kansas, by .- rtrtzB"sr jEumrmLux ss co. "txit&-rTuo Dollar per annum, in admncrj. Clubs,pf ten, $17. Clubs of tweoly, $30. vd I -j :' Rates of Advertising " , frrst insertion, per line, ten cents; each subse quent 'Insertion, five cents; one dollar a line, per aaniuni" 'One-fonrtii column three months, $10; ijnoritiEi,:$tT; one year, $30. ' Oae-half column kiree months, $17; six months, $30; one year, $50. All tiieafc 4 foreign advertisements must be uMitiDdiitct by the eash. brffisurC insertion. ' - P. B. PLUMB, DUDLEY BAXDALL. EDITORS. EMPORIA, KANSAS: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 18GO. Basis of the Opposition for tho Coming Presidential Canvass. The call recently issued by the Republi can Jfalional Committee for a National Op position Convention, embracing Republi cans, members of the People's Party of Pennsylvania, members of the Opposition party of New Jersey, and all others who are w...

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. — 4 February 1860

t SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, i860. County Lines Meeting. Aia large and enthusiastic meeting held at Emporia, Breckenridge county, Kansas, January 28, 1860, called for the purpose of considering the question of changing the county lines of Waubonsa, Brecken ridge, .Madison and Greenwood coun ties, the following were the proceed ings: Meeting called to order -by the ap pointment of F. O. Hunt, of Cottonwood, Breckenridge county, President, John Hod aon, of Dragoon Creek, Waubonsa county, Jas. M. Wheeler, of Eagle Creek, Madison county, and Mr.JIuntley, of .Madison coun ty, Vice Presidents; O. A. Tripp and J. W. Randall, of Breckenridge, Secretaries. The following were appointed a commit tee on resolutions : L. D. Bailey, of Breckenridge county, W. 8. Cook, of Forest Hill, Breckenridge county, W. H. Priest, of Eagle Creek, Madison county, J. S. Pigman, of Neosho Rapids, Breckenridge Conner, of Americus, Several gentlemen county, and John then addressed the meeting. In response to a call, C....

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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