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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 9 April 1864

SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1864. U. L. A. There will be a meeting of the Union League of this place on next Tues day night. A general turn out is desired. Teamsters intending to go with Mr. Proc ter's train to Fort Smith will please send in their names by the 20th inst. .Mr. D. W. Mercer informs us that the books for which he has lately been solicit ing subscriptions will be ready for delivery next week. Stamped newspaper wrappers, all ready to direct, may be found at the Post Office. Persons wishing to send away newspapers, will find them very convenient. For Sale at a Barqaix. 160 acres of Bottom Land, 2 miles west of Emporia, for sale, if applied for during this month. Apply at the Emporia Drug Store. Godet. The ladies' favorite, Godey, for April, ha3 reached us. This is, perhaps, the best ladies' magazine in the country. We can furnish it for 2 a year. Mr. Gruwell and his scholars are getting ready to give a grand exhibition at the close of the school. It is to be one of the grandest af...

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. — 9 April 1864

LYON COUNTY DELINQUENT TAX TOR 1863, Cot sty TaEASCBJtft's Office? EnpoarA, March 30. 1&64. ( JV OTICE is hereby given that the 11 lreasurer clL-yon County. Kan6a?, will sell et public auction, on the first Tuesday of Hay next, and next succeeding days, at his office, in the town of Emporia, in the aforesaid county, so xnucn or each tract or parcel or land eereribed in the accompanying list as may be necessary for the payment of taxes, penalty, and the charges there cn, for the year 1863. . J. C. FRAKER. County Treasurer. Americut Tovmship. Owner. Description. Sec. T. U. !n 23 18 10 3 " 10 " " 11 " 11 18 10 19 " 20 M " 8 " 11 7 " 13 25 II tt 30 " 8 " 11 17 " " " 17 " 8 18 " 5 7 17 ' M It I 19 10 19 " . 10 a a 12 ' " 1 II ! oy . ii - a 15 " 10 29 ko 13 a 20 17 11 19 18 " 27 " 10 II II 30 " " 15 " " qrI7 " ' 18 " ' 7 " 19 a n a r 23 " " 14 " ' 6 11 at ftf 44 4 10 " 10 14 " 21 " ' 17 11 7 m a it ii 10 ii n ii 10 " '' ti 0 44 p 44 44 44 14 " ' 17 " " k a t 19 " " 26 " " 29 ' " 10 " ...

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. — 16 April 1864

Vol. 7-No. 21. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1864. Whole No. 333: JPCB1ISHED EVEttT 8ATCRDAT MOUXIXO, At Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLER, EdITOU ATD PllOFBIETOE. OJfice News Buildinp, corner of Commercial street and Sixth avenue. Teevb Two dollars per annum, in advance. Clubs of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the imc for which they are subscribed. J '2. WATSON. J. D. OILCnKIST, NoUry Public. WATSON & GILCHRIST, A.TTO R N" E Y S AT LAW, I?mporia, Lyon County, Kansas COLLECTIONS maile, and Taxes paid. In any pnrt of Southern Kansas. Office over Perley's store. ' 234 F. G. HUNT, .A. ttorn'dy ' at' Law, IKIIVT SPORTS, Kl-A-ISTSS. ISAAC SHARP, ATTORNEY -A. T JL, .A. "W , COUNCIL GROVE, KANSAS, Will practice h'13 profession in the counties of Morris, Chase, Lyon, Osage, Coffey, and all the other counties of the Fifth Judicial District. Fspecial attention given to collections. 323-ly BUSH ELMORE. JOHN MABTIN. ELMORE Sc ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 16 April 1864

ex 0. CD EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 18G4: OLD ABE. The State Convention COIneS of! next Thursday, and from yjhtX we can judge, six men will be sent o Baltimore who will first, last and all the time be in favor of Abe Lin coln Cor President. This is as it should be. Even if it could be done, we do not think it policy to change our Administration bow. It would be like taking a new pilot in a etrange and dangerous stream. We have all grumbled at bur President, but have we a man in the nation that could have steered the chip of State free from the breakers that beset it on every side, any more successful ly than Lincoln ? We think not. He will be re-nominated, and triumphantly re elected. What We Have Doue. By authority of the County Commission ers, the Township Trustees have made lists of soldiers who? have entered the service from Lyon county, and reported the same to Mr. Borto-n, County Clerk. He furnish es us with the following figures, showing the number from each townshi...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 16 April 1864

SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1864. DENTISTRY. Dr. J. D. Hill, Dentist, will. continue his stay in Emporia until tbe 21et of the pres ' ent month, and will thankfully receive the patronage of all who wish his services. Will insert teeth, fron one to a full set, on the most reasonable terms.' Dental Card. . The. subscriber, having eurvived the in human massacre of the memorable 2Ut of August, and having saved all his Instru ments, Gold and Silver Plate and Teeth, and having recently received by express a large supply of Gold Foil and Vulcanizable Rubber and Teeth, is prepared to perform all operations upon the Teeth, 33 low, or lower, than corresponding operations can be had in Leavenworth or any part of the East. N. B. Office in Miller's New Block, over Duncan k Morrow's 6tore. L. KELLOGG. Dr. Kellogg writes us that he will visit Emporia on the 20th of May, for the ac commodation of those in this vicinity de siring operations upon the teeth. He will remain but a few days. Those desiring denta...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 16 April 1864

LYON COUNTY DELIITQUEHT TAX LIST T O It 1 8 G G- I COCKTT TXEASCKKA's OrriClJ Emporia. March 30. 1864. ( NOTICE is hereby given that the Treasurer of Lyon County. Kansas, at public auction, on toe first Tuesday of May next, and next succeeding davs.at bis office, in the town of Emporia, in the aforesaid county, niucn oi each tract or parcel of land eenbeu in the accompanying list as may be necessary for the payment oi taxes, penalty, an a the charges tnere tn, for the year 18C3. J. C. FRAKER. , County Treasurer. . America Township. Owner. Description. See. T. 18 Auepaugh Reed Sl Co w H & n e of n rr ouarter 23 Barrett F m M Beasley A D $ Baura 6 ' e ntrqr a e qr a e of a e qr 3 10 11 11 19 20 8 7 a w qr Crosky Robert i e of n or Coleman G "W wj ofseqr Clarke Joel a w qr Conover II H w h of a e qr " n w of n e qr Draka "William a w qr EcklwW M n w qr Foster Aaron s w qr Foster William elicnvqr hf of s w qr Gibson J F s hf s n e of a e qr Glaescoek II H a w of n e qr " s hon w qr ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 23 April 1864

IPORI A ; i KANSAS, S ATpjlD AY, APEIL 23, 1864. Whole No. 334 Vol. 7 No. 22. 1' 4 ?L'BLI9nSD ETEKY 8 ATCRDArMOEX ISO, ; A t Ilmporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTIjER, Editor and Peoprietor. "'Office N'ics PuiUino. corner of Commercial ttrett end Sixth avenue. '' ' Tibns T7- dollars rcr annum in advance. !: CI ih of t-n. $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 ! ' "'All papers dhcontinuid at tho expiration ol tlie ime for which they nre subscribed. J I. WATSON. J. D. GILCHRIST, - Notary 1'uLlie. WATSON & GILCHI2IST, .. A.TTOIINEYS A T I. AW , I.'mpoiia, Lyon County, Kansas. C COLLECT IONS male, and Taves paid, in J any part of Southern Kansas. Office over I.iiey's store. 234 " P. G. HUNT, A 1 1 o r ii e v n t X KANSAS. ISAAC SHARP, ATTOBNEY -A. T IL. -A- W , COUNCIL GROVE, , KANSAS. Will practice hi? profession in th: counties of JT'.m-ia, C!i:is?, Lyon, Om, Coffey, r. nd nil the othr com lies of the Fifih Judicial District. Especial attention given to coll ctions. 323-ly nusa elmoee. ...

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. — 23 April 1864

Witt $mmm g. EMPOIIIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1864. THE STATE CONVENTION. We have the proceedings of the State Convention on Thursday list, but have on. ly time to give the names of the delegates to the National Convention, and another item or two of public interest. The Con vention w3 almost unanimously anti-fraud. The people have administered a terrible re buke to the Senatorial eleetieu last winter. Next week we shall give the full proceed ings. The following named gentlemen were elected to Baltimore: J. II. Lane, A. C. Wilder. Col. T. H. H w V W TT T.,. rence, Wm. II. Ineley and F. W. Poller. A new State Central Committee wa3 elect ed, consisting cf the following named gen llemen : SiJney Clarke, of Douglas; J. C. Cnrnelt, of Bourbon; A. Lowe, of Doni phan ; Judge Hoagland, of Jackson ; J. M. Rankin, of CoSTey ; Jame3 WcCahon, of Leavenworth, aud J. Stotler, of Lyon. PROJ1ISES. Southern Kansas has been fed on prom ises ever since there was a Kansas. She ha3 been surfeited o...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 23 April 1864

wxm SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 18C4. ' Festival. The ladies of tbe M. . Church will gire a public festival at their new building in this place, on Friday evening next. The proceeds are to be applied to furnishing tbe church. It ii hoped that our citizens will tike hold of tbe matter, and contribute lib eral! of tbeir money, prryisions, etc. A committee will wait upon them within a few days to solicit aid. i Notice. The Pike Township Militia are hereby ordered to meet for drill at tbe usu al place of rendezvous, on Caturday, 30th inst., at 2 o'clock p. m. Malcolm Campbell, Capt. April 20tb, 1CC4. Special Order. Members of Uo. A, 6th Keg. tt.. a. M., are heieby ordered to report for drill at Emporia, on Saturday, the 30th day of April, 1864. All persons liable to do military duty in Emporia township, and who have received notice to join some organized company, will be fined according to law unless sworn in as members of some company previous to the 1st day of May. All persons in said townshi...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 23 April 1864

- . I 1 LYON COUNTY DELINQUENT TAX LIST FOR 18 6 3 Covntt Tbjbasu&ka's Office Empobia, March 30, T864. $ "VOTICE is hereby given that ti e County Treasurer of Ljon County. Kansa?, will eeil at public auction, on the first Tuesday of May lext, and rext succeeding days, at his office, in the town of Emporia, in the aforesaid county, so much of each tract or parcel of land described in the accompanying list as may be neceaaaty for the payment of taxes, penalty, and the charges there -on, for the year 1863. J. C. FRAKEK. County Treasurer. Ameneua 1 ovcnthxp. Owner. Description. Sec T. uspaugh Reed Sc. Co w Vt s n e of n w quarter Barrett F sofse aofneJi " n w qr a e qr Beasley AD a e of a e qr - w y, of a w qr Baura i w'qr Croaky Robert e of n e qr Coleman Of w of i e qr 23 3 10 11 11 19 20 8 7 26 18 18 10 e of a w qr " Clarke Joel a w qr 30 Conover H H w h of a e qr n w of n e qr 17 Drake William a wqr " Ecklea W M n w qr 8 Foster Aaron s w qr 5 Foster William e hf onwqt 7 " ehf os...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 30 April 1864

e.,i) iJ i'-v- l ,v a tin; i Vol: 7----N0. 23. EMPOKIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY; APHIL 30, 1864. Whole No: 335, mix Vt'BUSnKD EYERT SATCEDAT "MOEXtNO, i Emporia, I.von ' .County, -, Kansas, (:;. BY JACOB STOTLER, .... Editor ani Propriztok. . r At Cifice-Ncirs BtiihTino,' corner of Commercial street -' end Sixth avenue . , .. Teems Two dollars r er annum in advance. Glabaof ten, $11. Clubs of twenty, $30 &.11 papers ilUcontinu'-'l at tlie expiration oJ j.he lme for w.'iicli tlif-y nr Bn1?cri"ted. J H. WATSON. J. V. GILCI1KIST. i ' ' : Notary I'utlic. WATSON & GILCnUIST, K. T T O 11 N;E:Y K; AT IAW, Emporia, LyouCourityV Kansas. CIOLLECTION mad., nnj Taxes paid, in y 1 any 7rt Of Sontiieni KunasNi .;,, v .. y ' Offi ovtr IVrley'a store. , 231- F. G. HUNT, .A- 1 1 o 1 '. n ;o v n t J MPO.Ii ISAAC SHARP, .A. T T O IFt IsT I : -5T A. T Z- -A. "W . COUNCIL GROVE, KANSAS. Will pr.-iotica. profession in the counties of ilorris, CiiaSJ, Lyon, 0:it;c. Coffey, nnd all the o'tljer coui ti of ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 30 April 1864

EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, APltlL 30, 18G4.' " THE "OUTS." - . A few brief moulh3 ago Gov. Thomas Crneyand his friends Were running poli-j lies in thU State With a Ligli' harid. Thejj were what is known aa (be 'in's.1 Little did tbey think' tben that before the second month of spring bad Wed by tbey would be tbe "outs." "The State Convention last week finished their course. Never was a party which bo83ted of fo much power arid influence and so much money, "snowed un der" by an indignant people in so short a lime. The great object bT the Senatorial election last winter was to. kill off or rebuke Lane. And yiet that very thing has done more to strengthen Lane than any thing that ever took place in this State. We say tbfsi as on? one who has always desired and worked for that gentleman's overthrow, po litically. The leaders In the Carney move ment committed a great political blunder. And they now. see it and acknowledge if. With all their bombast a few' weeks ago, they are now truly so...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 30 April 1864

SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1CC4. i Dental Card. The subscriber. Laving survived, the. in Luman massacre of tbe memorable 2 let of August, and having saved all his Instru ments, Gold and Silver Plate and Teeth, and having recently received by eipresa a large supply of Gold Foil and Vulcanizable Rubber and Teeth, 5s prepared to perform all operations upon the Teeth, as low, or lower, than corresponding operations can. be had in Leavep'worth or any part of the East. N. B.-Office in Miller's New Block, over Duncan & Morrow's store. L. KELLOGG.'-- Dr. Kellogg writes us that he will visit Emporia on the 20th of May, for the ac commodation of those in this vicinity de siring operations upon the teeth. He will emain but a few days. Those desiring ental operations "performed will mke a note of this. Bates, at the drug store, has just receiv ed a !otof new goods. A good cooper could make money 'by starting a shop in this town. A. R. Bancroft has just added an addi tion to his livery Etable, on t...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 30 April 1864

IV- I NiH)f una mi ii n in 1 1 i ii i i mini mil 1 1 in I n n I will cot trouble you for the Ltlf-dolbr. I bbll try to ret r.Iori-' "Thank you. without; &a fcfektajent.; O.cl i.hjht, un- Hams, sciei!y cangratuUiiny; Limelf,-Jior-cle.'-' ; r - . j tver, o havts made what Le coasiuerd-'i-i "Good ntefc't,- Salmon." DadJc-v accom p&t'Ud ! 'nj to the door. H nu j: have? c... whit a Lio'vv !: hr.d ''ivt-n' hira. "Youreome spades were - exposed; for think me hai'sh," he added : "Lut t!.5 liroo wiH -co oi when you will tee that thus is the fce?t. advice I could trive you." H, "Perhaps," said Salmon, Etifily; r.nd Le walked ftway, filled vith disappointment and bitterness. ' "Weil, did he promise ii?'' &rhd "Wil liams, who sat up awaiting his return. lie had been ihiDkin h? would likft to have fc'almon iu-his own roora at th De- f:srtmcnl; but now, teeing how eeiiwus ht ooked, his own countenance fell. , '"What! didn't he 51 ve ycu any encour agement?" ' "On the ether Land," taid...

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 May 1864

Vol. 7-No. 24. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 7. 1864. Whole No. 33(3.' r, 1 1 Cjre mpria Uefos. musHiD rvrar satcdat icoajciKe, At Emporia, Lron County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEB, Karros asd PftomzTOft. Ojfrce !fect Building, corner of Commercial $trt4t and isuxth avenve. Tssms Two dollars per tnnam- in advance. Claba of tea, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 . All pipers discontinued at the expiration oi the lme for which they are subscribed. V. WATSOJJ. J. D. GILCHRIST, NoUry Fablia. WATSON & GILCHRIST, ATTORNEYS AT L A'W , Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas. C COLLECTIONS made, and Taxes paid. In J any part of Southern Kansas. Office over Perley's store. 284 - P. G. HUNT, Attorney at Hi a w EMPORIA, KANSAS. ISAAC SHARP, ATTORNEY AT LAW, COUNCIL GROVE, KANSAS, "Will practice bis profession in th counties of Morris, Chase, Lyon, Osage, Coffey , and all the other coutties of the Fifth Judicial District. Fspecial, attention given to collections. 328-1 y aUSH XLUORZ. JOHN MAKTIM ELMORE Ac MARTI...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 7 May 1864

EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, MAY 7, 183-1. NEWS BY LAST NIGHT'S 31 AIL. The evidences of tie approach of the guerrillas are Uill multiplying. TLe Con tcrvative of the 5ih gives came additional dispatches;. .CoL PJuIlipiltkgrapbs from tbe, Cherokee XatLon, April 30th, that Col. Adair's command is in email parties in the Norlhweerern corner of Arkansas, and in Missouri. Quantrile, with tixtj rren, L,a5 also been eceo, on lis way north. The fol lowing has been, received- from Hickman's Mill. Mo.: "A'body ot guerilla'?,-abcut one hun dred and thirty strong, in two parties, are moving up from Pleasant Grove, Bates county, Mo. A portion of tLese, no doubt, will follow the trail of those that cr.ruo up last week.' Waah ington specials ray there is no (ruth in the report th3i Banks is to be relieved. , The rebels are concentrating an immense number of troops in Virginia, but our mil iiary leaders profess to be perfectly satisfied with the situation. ; All mail communications wiih the Army of ...

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 May 1864

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1CG4. Hurrah for Ohio ! She Las already raised 35,000 men for the hundred days service Mr. Swallow advertises Talmble proper ty for Bale in another column. We publish a law interesting to assessors and tax-payers, in this paper, on the outside. 'Now is the time to get a good and com plete .History of the War.. D. W. Mercer, Agent. : Emporia Hardware Store and Tin Shop. The , new advertisement of this es tablishment will be found in to-cUy's paper. Lecture. Let our people bear in mind tlat Prof. Goodnow lectures at the School house next Wednesday evening. Rawsen has established a saloon on Com mercial street, next door to the hardware store. He keep lager, good cigars, etc. General S. N. Wood ha3 issued orders to the militia in this District to be in readiness to march at a moment's warning. Our district school will open again about the 20th inst. It will be a two months term.' - . . ' Dr. J. A. Moore, of this place, has been commissioned as Surgeon of tLe Lyon count...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 7 May 1864

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1864. From the Valley Parmer. AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. Salt given (o sbep improves their wool, both in quality and quantity. It makes tie sheep healthier and stronger, and fits it the better for the Iambi ntr season. In winter it fs so- excellent agent to counteract the chill produced by drinking cold water. It Is a good practice to plow a little deep er every time you plow, till you get Up to the beam of the plow. The sub-soil gen erally has fertility which is not appropria ted, and which, when brought to the action ff the sun and frost, will make good soil. ioam may be plowed deep atones J. and so, soil that is sandy or gravelly. But, all others gradually. Bring up much clay at once, and you spoil your land for years. Over 63 bushels of wheat to the acre were grown in England on soil having clo ver the year before and no extra pains were taken. It came in the ordinary way of farming. Bat the year was excellent. Cafbagk. The best method to preserve cabbage in winter, is...

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 May 1864

Vol. 7 -No. 25. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY; MAY 14, 1864. Whole No. 337. M'BlKnEB EVERT 8ATLUDAT MOUSING, A I Emporia, I,yon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLER, Editou and rcorciETOB. Office Next Duildina, corner of Commercial street and SixiU avenue. Titkms Two dollars per annum, in advance. CI lbs of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 A.11 papers discontinued at tlx expiration ol the lme for which they aro subscribed. WATSON. J. D. GILCHRIST. Notary i'allie. WAT SO IT & GILCIIHI3T, T T O It N E Y S A T L AW , Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas. "COLLECTIONS ma.le,..nnd Taxes paiJ, in .J any p:irt of Southern Kansas. otcp I Y-rlcy 3 store. ?1 TP. G. HUNT, -A. 1 1 o r ii o y at Law. EMPORIA, KANSAS. ISAAC SHARP; ATTORNK"lr AT H. A. "W COUNCIL GROVE, KANSAS, Will practice his profession in the counties of ilirris, Ch.ise, Lyon, 0.-itjo, Cfly, and all the ether com tit s of the Fifth Judicial District. Fspecial attention given to collections. 323 ly ECSIl ELMORE. JOHN MAKTI.V. LLMORK MARTIN, A...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 14 May 1864

mt mm EKPOBIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1864. v Gold fell tea per cent, in New York on the .receipt of the newa from Virginia. -T life re was no mail from the East last nigut. What a relation ju3t at this time, whence vary lo'y al'Laart Is beating with anx iety to hear from Grant. There id no doubt that Qaantril-3 id back in Missouri. He lias been seen by those that know him. Several murders and rob beries have already been committed by his cut-throats. - : Ho. doubt exists but that there is a strong and active opposition in the country to the re-nomination of Abraham Lincoln. It corae3 mostly from the real, uncompromis ing 'Anti-Slavery msn of the country, and is heaJed by such presses as the New York Tribune, New, York Independent, Evening Post, and Missouri Democrat. They say Mr. Lincoln has not improved the opportu nities which the war has placed in his hands to destioy slavery, but ha3 pursued a time serving course in order to keep on the good side of the Pro-Slavery men in th...

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