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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 14 May 1864

J0. SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1864. Fcxebal Szrmox. The funeral sericon of Mr. Augustu.3 Tripp, who died a few days ago at the 'residence of Aaron Miller, trill be preached at the Christian church in this place, ou Sunday next, the lo'.h inst., at 11 o'clock. Religious' The Methodist Sabbath School will meet to morrow morning in the Congregational church, at cine o'clock! Preaching at the same ptace by Rev. Mr. Hawley, at half past ten, after which the Congregational Sabbath School will hold its usual session. Rev. Mr. Pryse, of Burlingame, ia ex pected to preach in the evening. A heavy frost fell hereon Tuesday night last, doing considerable damage. Spain Ac Lumpkin3 are putting up their carding machine in the upper story of llan ford'e Cabinet manufactory. They intend to nut in a steam engine. New Church. The Friends' meeting house, in the eastern part of town, id now up and nearly enclosed. This ia the fourth church building now up in Emporia. Lieut. Kendall, of the 2i Indian regi ment, ...

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 May 1864

Witt (Bmynxfo jtas. SATURDAY, MAY 14. 18C4. SONG OF T II C N O It T II li It N S F II I IT CJ - B I It 1 S . "When Robin. Swallow, Thruh and Wren From way ?o"yn South," had come again, I roamed through field and wood, to If birds, like men, could "rebels" be; I wondered if their tiny throats "Would circulate secession "note;" I think, maybe, my thoughts they knew1, Sj what they sang I'll siog to ycu. First, rising from ft eodgy brook. The stump bold Bob-o'-Lincoln took; "Well, now, I guess I'm glad," eaid he, "Fcr my free speech a stump to see; They couldn.t hold mc in the mesh Of that strange net they call 'seeesh, To keep me down th?y needn't think ca Hurrah for Tub and Abrain Lincoln I" The Robin Red-brcast sang his song : "Ah, me t I'm seen such fearful wrong I I thought at first tha storm would clear up. But soon I had no heart to 'chirrup !" The sunny south is fine, I know, "When Northern LilU are white with snow; But. oh ! 'lia full of grief and pain 1 Cheer up! chirrup! I'm ...

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 May 1864

1 i! in ri ,12 YAK. ,YAH:rJT.-. 3 -Jo ".'r; v , ,:r iron ';.,f sff i i n Vou 7--No. 26. EMPOEIAV KSASTSAtfUEDAY? MAY 21; 1864. 1 i 70BU9BED ETXKT SATVRDAT MOXJflSU, Emporia, Lyon County Kansas, ; BY JACOB STOTLER, . Editor aid Popikto. At Q0r Netea BuilJLno, corner of Commercial $lreet and Sixth avenue. i'Tmm Two dollar per annum, id ad ranee. Clubt of ten, $17. Club of twenty, $30 . All papers discontinued at the expiration oi the ime fvr which they are eubscnoed. J H. WATSON. J. D. GILCHRI8T. Notary fnbli WATSOM" & GILCHRIST, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kruporia, Lyon County, Kansas. COLLECTIONS made, and Taxes paid, in V- any pnrt of Southern Kansas. Office over Perlcy's store. 284 P. G. HUNT, -A. ttorncv rtt Law, KANSAS. - ISAAC SHARP, ATTORNEY -A. T H,A"W COUNCIL GftOVE, KANSAS, "Will practice liis profession in the counties of Morris, Chnse, Lyoit, Osasre. Coffey, nnd nil the other coui ties of the Fifth Judicial District. Fspeciul attention given to collections. 323-ly tUSQ XLilOKE...

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 May 1864

EUPOBIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, MAY 21. 1864, THE NEWS. We give up moat all of our space this week to the war news. Many of our read ers In the country take no other paper, and they want the particulars. The news is good, but the great struggle lacks much of being decided. We think it will come out right, but we must bear in mind that the rebels are staking everything on tbia struggle. There will be much Mood shed jet. The news from Butler and Sigel laet night is rather unfavorable. NEWS OF THE WEEK. ON TO RICHMOND! The Great Struggle in Virginia ! LEE STILL ON THE RETREAT I Full Particulars to the 15 1 OTJR LOSS 05,0001 12,000 Rebel Prisoners and 3B Cannons! TERRIFIC FIGHTING" OS THE 12TH HANCOCK THE HERO OF THE DAT ! NEWS BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL. Specials say there is nothing important from the front. Both armies appear to be getting readj for farther operations. Grant says the roads are improving, and he de signed to more against the enemy without delay. Grant's reinforcements amount to ...

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 May 1864

Saturday; "may 21V18G4. ' There Vifl be preaching In the new Meth odist Cburcfi' to-morrow aC 10 o'clock.1 -y See advertisement of public sale in an- oilier column. Mr. Smith's , properly is of the best kind. t II. Walker, Esq., advertises 50,000 acrea of hod for Bale in Lyon and adjoining counties, in this paper.' Now is the chance for bargains. ' , John Suttle, formerly of this town, died at his residence near Burlington, on the 6th inst., of lung fever. His age was about forty-six years. t Religious Notice.- Rev. Wm. H. Hick cox, of Burlington, will preach at the Con gregational Church in Emporia on next Sabbath, 22,1 inst., at 101 o'clock in the morning, and also in the evening. The Lord's Supper will be administered in the zriorniD". , Democratic Caucus. The Democrats of Lyon county will meet at Emporia, on Friday, the 27th inst., to select threevdelegates to represent Lyon county at the Democratic State Convention to be holden at Topeka on Wednesday, the let of June. By order....

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 May 1864

SATURPAYMAY 21. ZG4..r, I nte retting: to Slock Italsersv T'IIerfl of soil woul4 tA WI1 to study, tba report3 of t the Agricultural .Department. T5at for Marcfj an3 April is especially im- porting 16 them.. ... .i :".:' .' ; ; There isin it ao interesting table to stock raisers afid; provision dealers. It is full,. atf'lt'contrasts are . instructive. , It'eom- pare?t-iof. instance, tne amount oL farm 6tock.in the loyal States ia January- last,' wnjj lue- amount or.iE5iv. as returned in th Census of 1863. We copy it: , ' Horses. Mules. Cattle'and Oxen. 18.'9 4.19'i.lil 1 301,008 i 7.941.14S 1559 5,72.).9-l 15,104.272 , 17,0Cl),033 ldGl C,03G,7-H 24,345,331 16.143,712 dbUrv?' the 'decrease and , the increase: Horees, mule's' and togs,' fewer a slight addition in cattle, a largo 'one in cows, (thorU below lie annual pjaducuonVJand a still !ager one in sheep.; . What induce ments -to firmer to; increase all kind of stojrk 1 They were never stronger .We call'fspeeial attention to those c...

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 May 1864

Vol. 7-r-No. 27. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATjCTRDAT, MAY 28, 1864. Whole No. 339: ; ii,jjc (bmpnn CCLISIIF.I EVERT SATURDAY MORXIN'O, Emporia, J.,yon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEB, ElHTGK, AND I'llOrEIETOR. At OJJlce Neies Tluildina, corner of Commercial streot uri'l ixt.i at: nut. Tf.bvts Two dollars per onmim in advance. CI ih of ton. $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 A.11 papers discontinued at the expiration ol the im for which they ar subscribed. J 1. WATSON. J. D. tilLCUKIST, JCtary futile. WAT SO 13" & GILCITRIST, T T O R N E-Y S AT LAW, I-mpii;i, I.yon County, Kansas. COLLECTIONS mide, and Tares paid, in J any jiirt of Southern Kansas. Office over 1'er'iey's t.re. 234 F. G. HUNT, .A. ttomo v ri, t Xj a -w ISAAC SHARP, ATTOKNKV T L "W COUNCIL GROVE. KANSAS. "Will practice- li id profession in t li count iea of Morris, Chas;, Lyon, Oige, Coffey, and all the other cou: tins of the Fifth Judicial Di-trict. Fspecial ath r.tien given to coll etions. 323-ly BUSH ELMO.tE. JOHN MARTIN. EI, 3...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 28 May 1864

SATURDAY. MAY 23. 1864. MEWS BY LAST WIGHT'S MAIL. Secretary Stanton sends out the follow ing : A dispatch from Gen. Grant, dated 53d, 11 p. tn., states the army moved from its position to ihe North, Anna river, close ly following Lee's army. The 5lh and 6ih corps marched by way of Harris Store to j Jerico's Ford, and tLe 5th corps succeeded j in effecting a crossing and getting a posi- ! tion without much opposition. Shortly af ter, however, they were violently attacked, j and handsomely repulsed the, assault with out much loss to us. We captured some prisoners. Everything looks exceedingly favorable. A dispatch from Gen. Grant, dated three o'clock this (24th) morning, has also been received, stating that the enemy had fallen back from the North Anna, and we are in pursuit. Negroes who have come in say Lee is falling back on Richmond. Other dispatches from headquarters eay that Warren, Burnside and Hancock are pushing forward after the retreating army. Sheridan was this (24th) morn...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 28 May 1864

EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, MAY 28. 1864. . See notices of Eatrays. in another place. E. Borton, County Clerk, has revenue stamps for sale. Catterson 6V Gilmore hare received an other lot of Cooking Stoves. Mr. IIugbe3 ha3 lost a horso, a9 will be seen by his advertisement. Several advertisements have been handed ia this week which we have been unable to get set. They will appear in our next A rpo ixtmejst. E. Borton, of this place, has been appointed Deputy U. S. Collector for the district composed of the counties of Lyon, Greenwood and Godfrey. Ccltivatoks. Our farmers can obtain all kinds of Corn Cultivators on short no tice, at Leavenworth prices with cost of freight added, by leaving their orders at the Emporia Hardware Store. Religious Notice. There will be serv ices in the M. E. Church, to-morrow, a3 follows: Sabbath School at 9 o'clock A. M.; preaching at 10-J o'clock A. M., and at 7$ o'clock P. M. J. II. IIawlet. Emporia Cardi.vo Machine. We are authorized to announce that 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 May 1864

rv. mm SATURDAY, MAY 23, 18G4. items roi: FAinicns. " . . " m IaD0K3.--It is with hedges just as with other things, they must be attended to not Eut into the ground and then let alone ; this, owever, is the general practice; and the result is, irregularity in the hedge some growing too fast, others too slow ; needs and gm33 spring up and choke tha shrubs. In some places th?ra are openings, just bat is not wanted; sometimes torn and destroyed. All this i3 very discouraging. - A hedge, to be successful, must have careful attention. Now, who is willing to bestow this? lie 13 the man to plant a Ledge, and he only. ' It is not'in tha planting where the diffi culty lies. Y Attention afterward-, and that constant, the thing. A couple of yards 'on'each siio should be cultivated with the cultivator a3 one would corn, keeping oui weed3; grasses, ana tha ground mel low. ' This is the main point, as it will give uniform growth, just what is wanted. The trimming is but a small affair. But to bee...

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 June 1864

i t ' i - ''J.I r 6 . rnl2 sr. 7VX r EMPORIA,"3 KANSAS, ; SA3lTpipAY,JTJNE 4, 1864. " Whole No. 340. i a m mm m i . m . I &fjc (bin pari 5. At Hi!)'.':-, i i, I.vu C Oiialy, Ii.iHsas 3 "if JACOB ETOii'Lim,-:'. rtl street CJ; t TrVrtBi Tv icrinsara; in aflvtrcn. ! ,C!u'. of u .i, .fir. . Cluoi of twtovy, $50 j All j.;. "i s .'i linu . iA. 1';o eipIr;4ioa oi the l rn (. f. i- v7 , to a t'. c;t vr v - a, ft . j. u. CiiLCunjST, ' y - VSAIilOll & GIi.Clir.I3T, : . t : n x i : v s a t A-v , J any !';'''! 4" t r:i , t, v A :M t) Cull C'ti.);ii. :. 3c::: ii..Tix. l lor.r as ;;iAit'n, T.r.cl Cracslors ' 'tit f awf TO 1'1'JICA, : .... i.'.v. ni'b L.i::.-rv, Kak.a.3. liAOTICi: ia t!i.' Si:jrein ' C.vn t "Attorncy.'j YT1;t Court , Mi l . C of t!i Tlur.l MiJ FiflU Ju- J 1 !. SANF()i:i), AT' op.ney a:id couirsELon.- i:i.;i c.'Ki:'i-:jc fakm, -;Vill TT:i.-i,:C i i1 U Ji.li,i,tl lii.-Miict - 1 -ffC(l-y H'hysician mikI hfuroon. o Fi''JlitS Lis i'! i.f.'-'iii!-..'il r U'-3 to the neo- f Fi::r...

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 June 1864

Wut (Bmpm para. TM. W. - . EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1864. THE NEWS FOR THE CAMPAIGN. Everybody wants a newspaper daring the great political and military campaigns now commenced, and in order that everybody may hare The Emporia News, we offer it -4o the people from the 18th of June until fceHUb of November, embracing 23 weeks, at the following rates : Siogle Eubecriber, 80 cts. viuuj ui icu, to. eacn. Club3 of twenty, 70 ' " .... Cluba of thirty, 60 ' " r Clubs of fifty, 50 ' asn to accompany all orders. ..The time will extend until after the re turns of the Presidential and State elections arpi nil in. 4'. Those desirinr ta Rtirmrrtha nrx1r 1i5a arrangement will please send in their names 'by the I Ctb of the rjresent month, or as - , ' soon thereafter as possible, as we wish our taQDAl.Tn narier to rommxiM at that fim We shall give a condensed report of the war news each week, which will contain all that is of importance, and keep the reader just ai well posted 83 if ho r...

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. — 4 June 1864

ex. WW SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 18C4. Dedication.5 The new M. E. Church in Emporia is being completed, and will be dedicated to the worship of Almighty God, on Sunday, the 2Gth day of June, 1864. Services will commence at 10 o'clock A. M., conducted by D. P. Mitchell, of Leav enworth City. All are most cordially in vited to attend. S. E. G. Holt advertises his stock and farmin" utensils for sale in another column. Capt. Charley Hills, of this place, is Pro vost Marshal al St. Louis. We hear of nothing new from the late Indian troubles in the West. G. W. fcmith, an old resident of this vi cinity, leaves to-day to take up his residence in Waukegan, Illinois. Success to Lira. - Col. Mitchell has received orders to hold the Eleventh regiment of militia in readi ness for marching orders. The fall wheat in this part of the State will be almost a failure. Spring wheat, oals and corn look tolerably well. We learn that a boy was killed at Cotton wood Falls a few days ago by the kick of a horse. Hon...

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. — 4 June 1864

if-, rY : SATURDAY, .JUXE 4 "Whisky "KnpcJ;iasra ColJ. There 13 much samenes3'of appearance as well. as intelligence among the people who are found occupying cells ia police station-, houses of a morn'mrr. They are far from -Jbeing the'tftppiest creatures, in Jhe world. f However jbily or oblivious eomo of- them might Lave been the night before, the cold grey eyespf tbs .ropraig. ttare3 away all that is visionary pr, unreal, leaving the un comfortable realities of wretchedness in a .or. Looking ia'all tbe Xitith. 'street etatnn- house thi3 morning, and glancing at the! miserable creatures collected there, our at tention wa3 attracted bv a prisoner who bore the appearance of more than usual wretch - Wkr. TTft irai Ivimr ucon Lis face on the -" " -j -o I floor of LbcelL;ond groaned heavily at in tervale -n r .- ... ,Vefel. curious lo Uhorr something of hjoj and accordingly asked him, "What .fcfught you Lore. tay friend ?" , . He raised himself upon his elbow, dis closing a face batter...

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. — 11 June 1864

T i! Vol. 7 No. 29. EMPOEIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1864. Whole No. -I&fe PUBLISHED EVEST SATURDAT MORMXG, At Einporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEB, EfclTOa AND PKOntlETOR. OJlte News Buildina, corner of Commercial afreet and Sixth atvnue. Teevs Two dollars per annum, in advance. Clubs of ten, .$17. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration oi the ime for which they arc subscribed. . ""2. WATSON. J. D. GILCHRIST, Notary I'atlio. 7ATS0IT & GILCIIBIST, A. T T O R X n Y S AT I A W , I'mporia, I. yon County, Kansas. C COLLECTIONS matle, and Taxes paid, in J any part of Southern Kansas. Office over Parley's store. 3-1 P. G. HUNT, .A. t t o r ii o v ri t EMPORIA, KANSAS. ISAAC SHARP, ATTORNEY AT LAV7, 'COUNCIL GROVE, KANSAS, Will practice his profession in the counties of Jlorri?, Chase, Lyon, 0.io, Coffey, and all the other coin tits of tlie Fifth Judicial District. Fspecial attention jiven to collections. Si'S-ly EL" 611 ELMOCE. JOIIS UAH71S. K...

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. — 11 June 1864

Ufa mmxm pw. EMPOILIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1864. THE NEWS TOR TUE CAMPAIGN. Everybody wants a newspaper during Ihe great political and military campaigns now commenced, and in order that everybody may, have The Emporia News, we offer it to the people- from the ICth of June until the 19th of November, embracing 23 weeks, at the following rates : Single subscriber, CO cts. Clubs often, 75 "each. Clubs of twenty, 70 Club3 of thirty, CO ' " Club3 of fifty, 50 .! Cash to accompany all orders. The tima will extend until after the re turns of the Presidential and State elections are all in. Those desiring to subscribe under this arrangement will please pend in their names by the ICth of the present month, or as eoon thereafter as possible, as we wbh our campaign paper to commence at that time. Vef shall give a condensed report of the war news each week, which will contain all that is of importance, and keep the reader just as well posted as if he read all the dis patches. We shall o...

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. — 11 June 1864

cy CD SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1864. Dedication. The new M. E. Church in Emporia J3 being completed, and will be dedicated to the worship of Almighty God, on Sunday, the ,2Gth day of June, 18G4. Services will commence at 10 o'clock A. M., conducted by D. P. Mitchell, of Leav enworth City. All are most cordially in vited to attend. Last Call. All persons indebted to the firm of Waskey & Hurst, either by note or account, must eettle the eame on or before the let day of July, 18G4. o, Waskey'& IIckst. June 1st, lCG4.-2w To the Ladies Miss Marple has open ed a Millinery and Fancy Store in TJuilin game, and would eay to the Ladie3 of Em poria and vicinity that she would be glad to Lave their patronage. She has received a new slock of Bonnets and Hats, of the latest style ; also IliLbons, Plumes, Undersleeves, Collars, Hoop Skirts Corsets, Vails, &c. 4w 825 Rewakd.: Strayed, five head of Ponies, described as follows : One 3 year 6ld dark iron-gray mare pony, rather small, branded B ...

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. — 11 June 1864

I'll I! 2 I. E PER LEY, Has juat opened tho largest and most desirable StocEi of Grods To be found in this vicinity, consisting i part of BROWN & BLEACIPD MUSLINS, TICKS, DRILLS, CHECKS, STRIPES, DENIMS, CANTON FLANNEL, KENTUCKY JEANS, BEVERLY TWILL, Farmers and Mechanics' Cassimcres, GEORGIA PLAINS, SATINETS & CASSIMERES, PRINTS, IN ENDLESS VARIETS", ALAPACCA, DE BEGES, REPS, in all colors, MOROItO, PARIS &. FANCY PLAIDS, UAMPDEX OIXOIIA1IS, VELVET TBiJimxa, HOOP skirts'. And a general assortment of Yankee Notions. BOOTS AND SHOES, For Men, Boys, "Women anl Children . CLOTHINC, HATS & CAPS, &C. Alio, a choice stock of Queenswaro, Hardware an - Groceries. TOBACCO, FLOUR, NAILS, ROPE, COFFEE, SOAP, CODFISH, SALT, GLASS, SUGARS, TEA, CANDLES, SPICES, STARCH, CONCENTRATED POTASH, fcc, &c, &c. Persons in want of Goods will do veil to call and examine thia stock before purchasing else where, as they can be sold at REMARKABLY LOW PRICES, for Cash, Rags, Furs, H...

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. — 18 June 1864

Vol. 7 No. 30. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1864. Whole No. 4fifc-32- ruBUSHED EVERT SAT LED AT V0K5I50, At', Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLEIt, Editor axd FaoptiEToa. Office New Buildinp, corner of Commercial street ana Ibixth avenue. Teimh Two dollars rer ft-nnnm. in advanr. Clubs of ten, $17. CJuba of twenty, $30 A.11 papers discontinued at tbe expiration of the lme for which they are subscribed. J. H. WATSON. J. D. GILCHRIST, WATSON & GILCHRIST, ATTORNEYS AT LAW , Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas. COLLECTIONS made, and Taxes paid, in any pnrt of Southern Kansas. Office over Perley's store. 281 P. G. HUNT, -A. ttorney n, t jL a w , aJwIFOItlA.; KANSAS. ISAAC SHARP, ATTORNEY AT TL, A. "W COUNCIL GROVE, KANSAS, "Will practice his profession iwthe counties of Morris, Chase, Lyon, Osage, Coffey, and all the other eoucties of the Fifth Judicial District. Fspecial attention given to collections. 328-ly Bt'SH ELMORE. JOHS ilARTl.V. ELMORE Sc MARTIN', Attorneys and C...

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. — 18 June 1864

E21PORIA, KANSAS. SA'IUKDAY, JUNE 10, 1C64. FOR PRESIDENT : ABRAHAM LINCOIiN, Of Illinois - FOR, VICE PKES1DENT : -ANDREW. JOHNSON, Of 'Tennessee. NEWS Y LAST NIGHT'S MAIL. ' TLe late arrival of the sla;re last niLt prevents ua from giving our usual amount of news by this mail. There was nothing of great interest how ever. The fi-jbt on the Chickahcminy on the 3 J, of which we have had vague reports, teems to have been of no advantage to our arms, and the army occupies much the same position as before. It was a bloody contest. It f.ppear3 that Grant is now IryiDglo ef fect a change of base onto James river. The report that the bushwhackers had entered Kansas 13 untrue. The people of Lawrence and elsewhere are considerably frightened. The bushwhackers are rally ing their forces at Pleasant Hill, twelve wiles from the border. LINCOLN AND JOHNSON. We place at the head of our columns, to day, the nominees of the Baltimore Conven tion for President and Vice President, and intend to keep ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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