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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 30 January 1864

ex. 38. SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1864. County Orders for sale at this office. Gold is quoted at 56 in New York. The fire ha3 learned ua many important lessons. Conservative. This is the English of the man who has been criticising us. . Perley has just received a lot of new goods. Call and see them. It is a pleas ure to look at fine articles even though you haven't the money or inclination to buy. W. J. Goss, of Wisconsin, will lecture at the Congregational Church to-morrow, (Sunday), at one and seven o'clock, P. M. lie cornea highly recomtnendeil, and we ad "vise all to go and hear him. George B. Cooper is stiil in the painting business, end is prepared t do any work in his line fom the painting of a chair to a church. lie ia a number one workman, and his work will most favorably compare with that of any we have eve r Been. A writing school will be taught by Mr. Gillett, of our place, commencing on the 2J pi ox. Mr. G. is a beautiful penman as can be seen by examining specimens of his ...

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 January 1864

Emporia Grocery AND PROVISION STORE. P. O. HALLBERG, "Would respectfully announce to the citiiets oi Emporia and adjoining country that at bis GEOCEBY AND PBOVISIOH STORE he hat on hand a full stock of Glass, Pies, Nails, Cakes, Sugar,. Notions, . Tea, Candies, Coffee, Raisins, Canned Fruits, Nuts, Powder and Lead Shot, Woodenware, Hardware, Etc., OYSTERS AND SARDINES I keep constantly on hand a supply of excel lent YEAST. BUTTER AND EGGS. "WANTED, for -which I -will pay the highest Market price, in goods, out of my store. CIGARS AND TOBACCO ! A good article always on hand. My terms are) reasonable, as I belieTe in the motto "LIVE AND LET LIVE," Give me a call, everybody, and examine my biock. V. O. UALL.lJltU. Emporia. Dec. 5th, I863.-tf. Terms Reduced to old Prices. GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK FOB 1864. GREAT LITERARY AND PICTORIAL TEAR! The publishers of Godey'a Lady's Book, thankful to that public which has enabled him to pulbish a magazine for the last thirty-four years of a larger cir...

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 February 1864

Vol. 7--,o. 11. EMPOKIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1864. Whole No. 323. Cfjc (Biupriit 7C BUSH ED EVERT SATURDAT MORXIXO, At Emporia, I,yon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLER, Editou and Proprietor. OJJiccXcws Building, corner of Commercial street and Sixth avenue, i Tj:rsh Two dollars per annum, in advance. CI .ibs of ten, $17. ' Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinue! at tlx4 expiration ol the ime for which tVy are suWcried. BLAGKSMITHING. MADDOCIv it THOMAS HAVE opened n row lilneksniith Shop ol SIXTH AVENUK, in the west part of town. Qnd are prepare d to carry on the business in all its various branches. Emporia. November 23 .161. 2 5 F. G. HUNT, .A. ttomcy at And Register of Deeds, MOOKE & duiiois, SURGEON DENTISTS, Delaware St., Let. 3d &i 4th, I.KAVI :X WOItTI I, KANSAS. . All operations in the line of our profession performed in a scientific and eatisfactoiy manner. Refer to Gov. Carney. Hon. A. C. Wilder. Hon. 3.11. Lane, Uev. J. P. Liggett. 23-334 JOHN HAMMO...

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. — 6 February 1864

mxm mm. . EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1861. Gov. Gamble, of Missouri, died at Lid residence in St. Louis, on the Ht inst. .f (iilnioje Las gone to Washington to rep-, lesent affairs between Lira and Dalreen. V, Z T? : I lue conservative is on the wane. Ihe! Bulletin has the letter list. L?.t her wane. .The remains of 135 soldiers were inter-' red at Nashville durino last month. ; : r.r"7 ; " ; . I wo thousand Maryland farms are Lr ' , ; r . , J . Eae ior 153 than their improvements cost. i i The President has call for 500,000 more tioops. The diafl is postponed until thai fore part of March. t " : : . .u.uWJr x 1 1 o n , uecii jueijr uncuiaieu in iue reuei ar rCy, and Las caused many to desert. The World's Hilton Head letter says op-j virtuall v eralions against Charleston have virtuall ceased. Late advices etate that troops are being j burned over Lake Ponchartrain. All agree that Mobile is to be attacked by land and Water. We have received our Topeka lfcttei, but j too ...

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. — 6 February 1864

; r Si' 1. . AV 15. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1864. j Executor's Notice. "VTOTICH is hereby clvc-n that letters ( i i tatnenbiry v.pon tiie estate of , ROE. deceased, havebeen granted to the : tinned by the Lyon County Probate Conrt in" date the 18th day of October, eigl I Jred tfnd sixty-four. All persons Lav against said etate. ere r-ejuired to exh 1 to us for allowance withm one year of said letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of euch estate; and if said claims be not exhibited within" three years " from the. date of said Utters, they will be forever barred. MARTHA ROE, OEOROE'W. ROE, -URIAH GLOVEli. Execu'.crs of Daniel Roe, deceased. Jan. 30. 16G4 322 . SherifTs Sale. . Mnsc-.s Cart vs. Francis 31. Parker and Sarah J Parker. "VJOTiCE is hereby piven that by virtue of an J. order of pale, issued cut of the Fifth JuJi ieial Dietrift fVtrf.. ft.r T.von !Ountp. Kansas. 'and to me directed. I will, ON SATURDAY, MARCH 5rii. A. I. 1SC1, between the hours of l'l r. and 4 p. ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 6 February 1864

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY G, 18C4. THE WANTS OF THE BEE., We Lave knowledge of no animal in whose nature are embodied the elements of self extermination to so great acuextent as the bee. Since tbe instinct foregathering and storing boney predominates over all else with the workers, they very soon fill any ordinary cavity in which they are placed. Indeed eo strong is their determination to work,, when hooey 13 abundant, that if they enter the hive laden with the product of na ture's richest store of sweets, and there find all the cells filled, either with honey previ ously gathered or with young brood, they vacate cell after cell containing newly laid eggs, larvaj, or sealed bees, till the entire hive is filled with honey; in consequence of which breeding is wholly suspended, and since the life of the worker is of short du ration during the season that honey is most abundant, the colony suddenly becomes re duced in numbers, and not unfrequentiy are they entirely lost, leaving a hive almost,...

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. — 13 February 1864

' '1' ft Vol. 7 No. 12.- EMPOEIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBKTJAKY 13. 1864. WftrnT- r PUBLISHED KVEBT 8ATCT1DAT MOalSS; AC Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEB, EDITOR AKD FbOFRIETOE. OJiet iVejct Buildinp, comer of Cotimerctal street and sixth avenue. TisiM Two dollars per annum, in advance. Clubs of ten. $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 A.11 papers discontinued at the expiration of the ime for which they are subscribed. BLACK SMI THING. MADDOCK & THOMAS HAVE opened a new Blacksmith Shop on SIXTH AVENU E. in the west mrt of town . and at e prepared to carry on the business iii all us various branches. Em poria. November 23 ASCI. 215 F. G. HUNT, -A. ttomey n, t Law And Register of Deeds, ia-IPORIA, KANSAS. MOOUE &. DUBOIS, SURGEON DENTISTS, Delaware St., bet. 3d Sc 4tb, IjKAVEX WORTH, KANSAS. All operations in the line of our profession performed in a scientific and eatisfacloiy reanrer. Refer to Got. Carney. Hon. A. C. Wilder. Hon. J. II. Lane, Rev. J. D. Liggett. 1283-334 J...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 13 February 1864

mm EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1864. A U. S. SENATOR ELECTED. People in tbi3 region of country will be somewhat surprised to learn - that efiir Leg islature Lave elected a United States Senator to succeed J. II. Lane. We believe they almost universally regarded next win " ter as the proper time for this election to itake place. This question was asked the ! :C!i"lIhit0 n mnnLv lfore the elec tion , auu lUrjr an iooa grounds against it. ' TLis was the feeling her8, and we are glad io see mat our members, and most of thoae in the surrounding counties, voted io ac cordance with the wishes of their constitu ent. . isat it seem3 that quite a large ma- jority of the House of Representing tte body last from tha peon'- , t "Vr , . t . Peo?.;, took a different j:viewofthis matt- W , VAbouf the - . . f 76 T 2 Vi.- vpiniong of the poople who sent - ..J , Representatives who supported the measure, but we have either got to cay they ".are,- carrying out the wishes of their con stitue...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 13 February 1864

18. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1864. . County Orders for sale at this office. A. J. Procter, of this place, ia now on a Visit to Washington. : Lieutenant Colonel Moonlight is about to return and take command of the jgailant Eleventh.- - We heard of a man once who traveled a hundred &nd ten miles just to spite a couple of "fellers." ' i. ' The bill authorizing . our County Com missioners to issue 57,000 of bonds to build a jail, was killed in the Senate. We are glad to learn that Capt. L?m. Her itage has been appointed a clerk in the Pro Tost, Marshal's ofiice'at Topeka. We do not know whether he has accepted or not. Heliqious Notice. Subject of the dia- course to-morrow (Sunday) evening at the Congregational Church, " Control your Tongue." . Mr. Gruweli has established a weekly Spelling school at the new School House, and the young people are manifestiug quite a lively interest in its prosperity. - MessTB. Fick A: Brant have removed a tuilding onto Commercial street, nearly op posite...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 13 February 1864

DONT ROCK THE DADY. If all the ultimate consequences of one's acts are to be laid to his charge, the man who invented rocting-cradles for children, rests under a fearful load of responsibility. The downright murder of tens of thousands of infants, And the weakened brains of hun dreds of thousands of adults, are undoubt ed results of this invention. To rock a child in a cradle, or to swing him in a crib, amounts to juEt this I The rapid motion dis turls the natural flow of the Hood, and pro duces stupor and drowsiness. Can anybody suppose for a moment that any such an op ration is a healthful one ? Every one knows the dizzy and often sickening effect of moving rapidly in a swing ; yet wherein does this differ from the motion a, child re ceives when rocked in a cradle ? It is equivalent to lying in a ship birth during a violent storm ; and that sickens nine peo ple out of ten. A very gentle, slow mo tion, may sometimes bo soothing, though always of doubtful expediency ; but to move th...

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. — 20 February 1864

tf ia w''4 i , a - una v " i-, . a i c - . i Vol. 7--N0. 13. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1864. : Whole No! 325. V VeL!8HED ZVJEBT 8ATCB.DAT VOItXIJtO, At Epnporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTIiER, EDrros and pEOPtixToa. Ofice Xcici Buildino, corner of Commercial street and isixtfi avenue. TiEMi Two dollars per annua, in advance. Cl.ibs of ten, $17. ' Clubs of twenty, $30 A.11 papers discontinued at the expiration ot the imo for which they are subscribed. BLACK SMI THING. MADDOCK & THOMAS II AVE opened a new Blacksmith Shop on SIXTH A v EN UK. in theweat nartoftown. 'ttp.'l are prepared to carry on the business in all it various branches. Emporia. November 23 .1561. 1215 F. G. HUNT, . .A. ttornoy a, t Law, iiooiti; sc outiois, SURGEON DENTISTS, Delaware St., bet. 3d Sc 4th, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. All operations in the line of our profession performed in a scientific and satisfacloiy manner. Refer to Gov. Carney. Hon. A. C. Wilder. Hon. J. II. Lane, Rev. J. D. Lig...

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. — 20 February 1864

m mat m a. EMPORJA, KAI73AS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1364. HURRAH, FOR THE SOLDIERS ! The joint resolution, permitting soldiers to vote, has passed our Legislature almost unanimously. - That's right ! They are the la3t men who should be deprived of a vote. RAIDS. The question as to whether Kansas will be subject to raids from bushwhackers this -ceasoa is exciting some anxiety at Lawrence and Topeka, as well as in other parts of the State. There i3 no doubt but that there is some canst for fear on this subject. We would not unnecessarily exeite the people. But it will be better for us to prepare. Al ready there has been some fighting with the bushwhackers on the Sni. That neigh borhood has always been a den for these tniseiable brutes. There they rendezvous, and from there they go forth to their deeds of death and destruction. We see that Capt. Simpson, of the Fifteenth, now sta tioned at Paola, writes to Capt. Shannon, of Lawrence, that some of the border counties of Missouri, are ev...

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. — 20 February 1864

( rl. : T 'r ' " L SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 18G4. County Orders for ala at thi3 office. - .1 Wakted. 200 fence posts. J . R. Swallow. Wanted A good miller. Apylv to, or address, W. T. Soden, Emporia, Kh3. Attention, Company J Pike township company of the sixth reg iment K.S. M., will take notice that the reg ular dril cornea off Saturday next, the 27th inst., at 2 o'clock. Roll call will take place at 25 minutes past 2. All members not answering to their name will be reported for fine. Malcolm Campbell, Captain. Notice. At a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Western Christian Univer sity, the services of A. Hitchcock, a3 So liciting Agent, were dispensed with ; there fore, he is no longer Agent of said Board. All those having unpaid subscriptions will please remit the same to the undersigned. By order of the Board. Br. J. Jenks, Sec'y cf Boird. The office of Register of Deeds has been moved up slairs over the Clerk's cfik-e. Oar readers will please remember that we insert marria...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 20 February 1864

TUB ATIJNTIC MOATIILY. .4; A Magazine of - LITEBATUBE, ABT AND POLITICS. Is uaiyrAllj, recognized as tbe best American , C: ..x 'J ilagHtin. . . ' THE thiitcfntb voIurc of the Ailant:c . com menced with the number for Jnnuary, 136-1. Its commencement affords the publishers an cc 'casion to say that the Atlantic has attained a circulation tad prosperity r.ever equaled by any American magazine of its cla33. . . The prosperity cf the Atlantic enables its con ductor! to em ploy the most ciinnt tale r; I of t!7e "country in its columns. All the l"es. known writers in American literatnre, contributing con stantly to it pages, Plve et'e Tlt$ilL 10 known as our National magazine. . It3 staff com prises tho following taniea amocg iti leading contributors: I James Russell Lowell, Henry W. Longfellow, Louis Agassi, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathan 'M Hawthorn, Charles Sumner, Robert Dale Own,Jeorge W. Curtia, C. C. nazewell. T. W. Iligginson, Author "Margret Howth," Mrs. Julia W. Howe, Mro. A. D. T...

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. — 27 February 1864

I A V Vol. 7 -No. 14. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1864. Whole No. 326., 1' v c femprta Iffos. FCBLISHED EVERT 8ATCHDAT MOENIKO, Kmporia, I. yon County, Kansas, BY. JACOB STOTLEE, Editor and Fhoprietor. At Office News Building, corner of Commercial street and Sixth avtnue. Tsums Two dollars per annum, in ad ranee. Clubs of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the irne for which they are subscribed. BLACKS MI THING. MADDOCK & THOMAS HAVE opened a new Blacksmith Shop on S1XTU AVENUE, in the west part of town, and are prepared to carry on the business in nil its various branches. Emporia. Norember 23 .1PG1. 215 F. G. HUNT, A. ttornoy at Law, MOOUE tc DUBOIS, SURGEON DENTISTS, Delaware St., Let. 3d A: 4th, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. All operations in the line of our profession performed in a scientific and eatisfuctoiy manner. Refer to Got. Carney. Hon. A. C. Wilder, lion. J. H. Lane, Rev. J. D. Liggett. 2S3-334 JOHN HAMMOND, Carpenter and...

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. — 27 February 1864

E1IPOEIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1864. TAKE THE NEWS. Wo would urge upon every one the im portance of subscribing for The News now. We Lave a large circulation in this part of Kansas, but" yet we know of many men who do net take it. Now, and for the next year, more than ever, you will want to keep posted in the events which are transpiring all over the land, for its weal or woe. Be side the important military movements which are to take place the ensuing season, of which you want a weekly record, per haps the greatest political fight which this country has ever witnessed, is to lake place, for the next Presidency. Then, we have a fall State ticket to nominate and elect, and there will be two or more tickets in the field, and a warm fight. We have district and county oncers to elect also. You will want to keep posted in local politics, and local matters generally, and to that department of our paper we pay especial attention. Subscribers have frequently told us that they have...

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. — 27 February 1864

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 18G4. " Delegate Eailroad Convention at Ot tumwa. A Railroad Convention will be held at Ottumwa, Kansas, on the second Wednes day in March next, consisting of three del egates from each Representative District in terested in the road, for the purpose of con sidering the propriety of organizing the Neosho Valley Branch of the U. P. R. R., and taking such action thereto, a3 may be necessary to insure the speedy construction of the road. It is suggested that mass meetings be held in each district, to elect eaid delegates, as early as the first Wednes day in March. LEROT. Maj. Gen. J. B. Scott, L. Perry, R. S. Futhey, Hon. Benoni Wheat, D. J. Dibble. BURLINGTON. Judge II. A. Bent, Thos. Arnold, F. A. Atherly, L. W. Morey, Silas Fearl, Esq. HAMPDEN. A. F. Wilkinson, W. J. Saunders. OTTUMWA. M. Fenimore, A. W. Coleman, J. M. Rankin, James Harris, John Moore Dr. J. Jenke, Mark MuClees, Hardin McMahon. NEOSIIO ICAPIDS. O. II. Lillie, Dr. G. J. Tallman. EMPORIA. J. Sto...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 27 February 1864

THE BULLETIN BOOK BINDERY AND -BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY, Main St., opposite Planters' House, LEAVENWORTH. WE Lave C6taLIished in connection with the Bulletin Job Printing Office one of the lt Binderies -west of New York City, and so licit the patronage of any having work in our line. We shall devtte especial attention to the manufacture of Elank Books for Counties, Dis trict Court Books, County Treasurers' Books, Records, Registers, Tax Books, and all kinds of Books of Public Record, manufactured from the Lest stock, and in the highest style of the art. MERCANTILE BOOKS. We invite the attention of Merchants, Bankers, Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, c, to our facili ties for the manufacture of the best kinds of Led gers, Journal's, Day Books, Inv oiec Books, Ship- Eing Receipts, Sales Books, Hotel Registers, awyers' Dockets, c, dc. , MAGAZINE BINDING. Harper's, The Atlantic, Godey, Peterson, Frank Leslie, Harper's "Weekly, Pictorial History of the "War, and all other Magazines, bound in ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 5 March 1864

Vol. 7 -No. 15. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1864. Whole No. 327. FCBUSHKD XVERT SATURDAY MOXXIXO, Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTIiEB, Editor axd Peoprietor. At OJJicc Nne$ Buildina, corner of Commercial ttreet and Sixth awnue. Tirim Two dollars per annum, in advance, CI iibs of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 A.11 papers discontinued at tho expiration of the ime for which they are subscribed. ; BLACK SMI THING. MADDOCK & THOMAS HAVE opened a new Blacksmith Shop or. SIXTH AVENUE, in the west part of town, and are prepared to carry on the business ia all Up various branches. Emporia. November 23 .1SC1. 215 F. G. HUNT, .A. ttorney at Law, emporia, icAisr.s. 01OUUU 8c UUHOIS, SURGEON DENTISTS, Delaware kt., bet. 3d Sc 4 th, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. All operations in the line cf our profession performed in a scientific and Fati-f.icoi y manner. Refer to Gov. Carney, lion. A. C Wilder. Hon. J.H. Lane, Rev. J. D. Liggett. 283-3:M JOHN HAMMOND, Carpenter and Joiner, Eiir...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 5 March 1864

fir EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 18G4. Tfc ConeerTative eajs th draft will take pltc ia this State on the 10th inet. A Cincinnati despatch, of lb 1st, eays Gen. Thom&f has adrancsd on Dalton from Tunnel Hill. A 6vero engagement may b expected. The depathes last, night report that Emith and Grierson had been fighting the rebels, and-had to retreai, which it is sup posed will embarrass Sherman badly. We may hear interasting news by ths next mail. Killpatrick ia reported to hara made a cavalry raid toward Richmond, end it i3 the impreesion that he will visit that city. There has been a fight on the Potomac. No particulars. Gen. Butler baa succeeded in making ar rangementa for an exchange of prisoners. which will gladdea many a Northern heart. Nothing further from Florida. The Republican State Central Committee Kansas, will mest at Topeka, on Thurs day, the 15th of March. We suppose the object of the meeting will be to make ar rangements for the election of delegates to the N...

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