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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 27 August 1864

1 'SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1864. ' Sabjcctcf discourse at the Congregation "1 church to-morrow evening, Manliness of Character. Major riumbhaa been relieved from the command at Humboldt, and is now at Pao a awaiting assignment. Tb publication of our paper was delayed this week by the illness of one of oar hands. For the first time io nearly a year, we failed to get it into the Saturday morning's mails. Patty & Halderman, of this county, went to Leavenworth one day laat week with about thirty of the best mules we have seen in this State. They expected to realize a good price for them. We are informed by William Manindale, of Greenwood county, that some soldiers arrested one of the Southern Kansas cattle epeculators near hi$ place on Tuesday .last, and took from him three hundred head of cattle.- He was afterwards sent to Haro boldt. We hope every one of them will be arrested and brougnt to justice. We received a call from Major Ross, of the Eleventh, on Tuesday last. He had been -on...

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. — 27 August 1864

SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1864. - Prollts of a Flock of Sheep, i Tha Maine Farmer publishes a statement received from Mr. S. Dicamore, of Nor ridgewock, who, l(ht Farmer eays, has a fine flock of high grade Spanish merinoes. ana wco is one 01 ice most systematic and thorough farmers in Somerset county, re garding the cost and profit of his flock of sheep lor tbe year 1662. Commencing in January, 1862, with .one hundred sheep, having lost one during (he year. The clip q.f wool averaged a fraction over five pounds and fourteen ounces per head, and reckon ing the lambs sold, the entire proceeds of the flock were a little over 86.75 per head. He estimated the cost of keeping the sheep as tbe price of hay was in 1862 at 83 fer head for the year, including winter eeping, pasturing, salt, washing and shear ing. This leaves a clear profit of 83.75 per head, or 8375 on the whole flock, say ing nothing of the value of the manure manufactured. During the months of De cember and February, being' an ...

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. — 3 September 1864

Whole No; 353 Vol. 7 No. 41. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1864. rCBUSHXD XTKBT 8ATX7UDAT MOB-SIXO, At Emporia, I,yon County, Kansas, BY JACOB STOTLER, Editor axd Pkoprixtob. OJfleeNew Building, comer of Commercial street and" Sixth avenue. Tkkhs Two dollars per annum, in advance. Clabs of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the ime for which they ar subscribed. J. M. -WATSON. J. D. OILCnBIST, - Notary Pmtlie. WATSON & GILCHRIST, ATTORNEYS AT L AW , Emporia, I, you County, Kaunas. COLLECTIONS made, and Taxes paid, in iJ any part of Southern Kansas. Office over Parley's store. 284 P. G. HUNT, .A ttorney at Law EMPORIA, KLA.NSAS. ISAAC SHARP, ATTORNEY .A. T H. W ' . COUNCIL GROVE, KANSAS, "Will nrsctice his profession in the counties of Morris. Chase. Lvon. Osacre. Coffev, and all the other couLties of the Fifth Judicial District. Fspcciul attention given to collections. 323-ly ttSH ILMOEK. JOHN MARTIN. ELMOIl 12 it MARTIN, Attorne...

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. — 3 September 1864

mmm mnv$. . i cvv EMPORIA, KANSAS. " SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1864. FOR PRESIDENT : ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Of Illinois. FOR VICE PRESIDENT : 'ANDREW JOHNSON, Of Tenueee. REPUBLICAN UNION STATE CO.V- VCNTIOX. The Republicans of Kansas, together with nil those who endorse the President'aEmarjcipation Proclamation, and who ore in favor of aa earnest, rigorous and uneoiripronihin prosecution of the " war for the suppression of the slaveholders' rebel lion, the principles enunciated in the platform adopted by the National Republican Union Con tention ct Baltimore, on the c'th of June, IbG-l, and who-are in favor. of the election f Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson for President and Vic:' President of the United States, are request ed to meet at Topeka, in delegate cor.' vent'ion, on Thursday, the 8th day of September, 18G4, at 12 o'clock H., for the purpose of placing in nomina tion candidates for the following ofiioeu : A Gov ernor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Aaditor, Treasurer, ...

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. — 3 September 1864

1, i I 1 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 18G4. ' ..-...:.... r. a . tuii U.S. M. All who were not , at drill. on, last fcatur day, are requested to report to R. B. Hurst, with arms and equipments, Soon as con venient. C D. II lmturet, let Lieut. Owing to sickness of our printers we are unable to give as much reading matter as usual,' and for the same reason we could not icsue until Saturday evening. ..- The Wjandott Gazette is out for Col. W. Y. Roberts, cf that city, for United States Senator,' while the Atchison Champion ad vocates the claims of Col. W. A. Phillips. About three hundred troops of the Third Wisconsin cavalry passed through here on Tuesdaj and Wednesday from Fort Scott to Fort Riley. They are going out after Indi ana. We hope they will get some. Waekey, Hurst & Co. have received some additions to their stock of goods lately- Itobert eaya he Las the best stock of prints he has ever offered to the public. "Give them o call. Foi'SD. On the ground where the Ear bacue wat held...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 3 September 1864

tat J0. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1C64. From tbe Leavenworth Conservative. The Wants of Kansas Farmers. Kansas has one of the most delightful climates as well as the most productive toil of any of our States, and with proper lfgi&lation lo protect the farmer from the ravages of fire, would be one of the wealth iest States in the Union. There is no new State or Territory which holds out greater inducements to the poor man. The want of timber in some localities i3 one of the greatest drawbacks, together, with the Ore which sweeps over our broad plains every fall, burniog fences and other property and not unfrcquently destroying life. As to' the scarcity of timber, the farmer could eoon overcome it, if by proper legislation he could be protected against 6re. I pro pose to give your readers a practical mode to overcome this great evil, by legislation, and thereby tave thousaaJs of dollars to the farmers of Kansas every ye&r. 1st. Let every man be compelled by law to break a strip a...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 10 September 1864

Vol. 7 -No. 42. EMPOEIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1864. Whole No. 3ii- rcmsHiD xvxat sattrdat morxrto, X I Emporia, Lyon County, Kanm, BY JACOB STOTLER, EOITOB AND PaOPRIETOR. QvYtj Blildinp, cornrr of Conumzsl Xrret and Sixth nvrntct. . Te Two dollars per annum, in advance. tJlabs of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration of the me for which they are subscribed. . H. WATSON. J. D. OILCHBIST, Notary Public. WATSON & GILCHRIST, ATTORNEYS AT LA V , Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas. COLLECTIONS raade, and Tares paid, In vV any pnrt of Southern Kansas. Office over Frley' store. 284 " JB G. HUNT. .A. ttornev : 1 1 ."L a, w EMPORIA, KANSAS. ISAAC SHARP, ATTORNEY A. T Hi A. W . - COUNCIL GROVE, KANSAS, Will practice his profession in the counties of Vlorris, Chase, Lyon, Osage, Coffey, and all the thr coui ties of the Fifth Judicial District. Fapecial attention given to collections. 32S-ly BVta KLMOEK. JOHN MARTI.V. ELMORi: At MARTIN, Attorneys and ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 10 September 1864

EMPORIA, KANSAS. ' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1864. YOR FUESIDEtfT: ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Or Illinois TOR VICE PRESIDENT : ANDREW JOHNSON, Of TtnufMfp. BEIITDLICAN UNION SENATORIAL CONVENTION. T.16 Union Republicans of Lyon and Green wood counties, (comprising the 19th State Sena tori tl District,) together with all those who in dorse the President's Emancipation Proclama tion, and who are in favor of an earnest, rigor ous and uncompromising prosecution of the war for the suppression cf the rebellion, the princi pies ccnnoiitcd in the Baltimore Platform of Jane 8th, I?64, and who are i a. favor of the elec tion of Lincoln and Johnson for President and Vice President of the United States, are requested to meet in Delegate Convention, at Emporia, ou Thursday, the 23th day of September, 1S34, at 12 o'clock if., for the purpose of 'placing in nom ination a candidate for State Senator for this Dis trict. The delegates to tho County 0 invention of- Lyon county, and one delegate from each township...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 10 September 1864

SATURDAY,' SEPTEMBER 10,. 1.864. Lyon Countf Fair Postponed. , ; lVrVare requested by the President of the Board of Directors to announce that the Lyon County Fair has been postponed to the 28th. ofJSeptember, on which day it frill commence, and continue three (Jays. Thia, we understand, is done in order not to interfere with the sowing of wheat and cutting of Lay, etc., in which the farmers are now btislly engaged. See the law card of Robert T. Thomp son, of Eldorado. . See advertisement oftock for eale by LeRpy Crandall, near Fremont. Dr. J. A. Moore and family, of this place, left for the East on Saturday latt. He will be gone several weeks. Mr. Crandall, of Fremont, U going it -sell a lot of cattle at auction. S3 his ad vertisement in another column. ' See announcement of Auction Sale of cattle, cook stove, furniture, etc. by Mrs Tripp, in to-day 'a issue. Our farming community are very bu?y nuttin'r up bay and cntincr in their f;ill wheat. ". William Marlindald inform- us that ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 10 September 1864

Mm mpxm Wfnv$. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1864. ; Jostt HiLtixas ' Rjevjcsck. The re nowned "Josh," trhose opinions on finan cial as well as on political matters arts Wor thy of "awl consiiterashun," Las prepared the "follerin -explanashoos from original resipees : " . A "Spirits of the jast men made per feck" don't cum within the -whiskee bill. B "Spirits of the dammed" ar con struid the same as domnable spirits, and must pa higheaet whiskee rate t.. C The tax on "undressed poultry" is doubled the morals of the country eeem to require this. D .Bolona sar3age, made in part of dog and part of red flannel, must pa the duty of flannels also. E Awl Ubakker, (unless the manufak tirer discriminates what iz new and what iz bid chaws) iz elevated 50 per cent. F Ministers of the gospel who don't do! over a 91,000 worth of bizeness a year, are exempted. i U Assessers ar espeebila required to see that all men owning wheelbarrars are duly licensed. ll Every man refusing to own a wheel barrow will ...

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. — 24 September 1864

Vol. 7No. 43. EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. 1864. Whole No. 355. C BUSHED EVERT 8ATLRDAT MOKXlNQ, At Emporia, Lyon County, ' Kansas, BY"; JACOB STOTT.F.R, -.. E-UtTOB A!?D PaOFKIKTO. Ul Office Tf eve Buildinp, corner of Commercial street end Sixth avenue. Trtus Two dollars per annum in advance. CI ibi of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $3( A.11 papers discontinued at the expiration of the le for which they nre siihtcri"ed. V. -f. WATSON. J. D. OILCflBIST. Notary Ptblie. ' r ! WATSON & GILCHRIST, 4.TTORNKYS AT I j A W , llrnporia. I. yon County, It annus. 10LLECTIONS made, and ; Taxes-paid. in V any pnrt. .f Southern Kansas. " ' Office, over Parley's ftore. 284 S. J. MANTOR, Licensed Auctioneer, EMPOKIA, KANSA.S. riT.L attend toall business eutrusbid ohim. a Auctioneer, promptly. 3M-tf C. V. ESKltlDGE, Licensed Notary Public, FMPORIA. KANSAS, Sept. 10. UC4-tf EGBERT T. THOMPSON, Attorney and Counselor at Law, rLDOHAl', BITLKB CriNTT, KANSAS. ColUctions promjtlv attendrd to....

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 24 September 1864

h (Bmpxh peats. EliPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. 18C4. FOR PRESIDENT : ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Of Illinois. - FOR VICE PRESIDENT : - .ANDREW JOHNSON, r- ,.Of..Tennes6ee. . . Presidential Electors. 1 IS: J. PARROTT. E. CHEESEBROUGII. R. McBRATNEY. . STATE TICKET. For Governor, v - S. J. CRAWFORD, Of Anderson. For Lieutenant Governor, JAMES-McG HEW, Cf Wyandotte. : ' For ' Secretary of State, . R. A. BARKER, Of Atchison. , : For Auditor, JOHN R. SWALLOW, Of Lyon. For Treasurer, WILLIAM SPRIG GS, Of Anderson. For Associate Jud'e, JACOB SAFFORD, -Of Shawnee. For Attorney Gcnenrf. J. D. BUUMB AUGIf, Of Marshall. Superintendent of Pullic InstruetioP, ISAAC T. GOODNOW, Of Riley. For Cuitoress, SIDNEY CLARKE, Of Doirylas. REPUBLICAN UNION SENATORIAL CONVENTION. Taa Union RepubKcana of Lyon &al Green tread counties, (comprising tin 1 t'.a State Sena torial District,) toother with nil those ttIio in ioraa tha Prcaident's EuiriEci; r.tion Proclama tion, and who are in faror of an esrnst....

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. — 24 September 1864

i. (I- SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1864. BUSINESS CHANGE. The News printing establishment has been sold to Jont. H.IIuot, by whom the business will ba carried on in future. All accounts due for subscription, adrerttsing or job work will be paid to him. Mr. Hunt, has had experience in the newspaper busi- reesand I beppeak for him that liberal patronage which ha keen extended lo me. Jacob Stotle. ... f r i.:u: ,:n Uruion of f auceiiareuuuuiuj; auow at Cottonwood Falls. J. C. Hall is about to build a nice resi dence on Merchants' street. Farm for Sale. I have a good farm for j sale or to rent. W. E. Evans. P. II. Hunt is erecting a new business houee on Commercial etfeet, between tbe Drug store and his present residence. Charley Withington has left at our office the Indian arrow that killed the Grst white man in the late Indian troubles on the plains. OnaCkf the best country hotels we know of is that kept by II. II. George, at Water loo, at the old Mickel stand. The beds are cxcelleut, and...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 24 September 1864

CD SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1864. Harvesting Sorgho. Harvesting should not be commenced until ilie caue id ripe, unleaa there is dan ger of frost, which, as a general thing, with U9, does not come until about the first of Ninth-month (October). I find that it is best to have it all 6tnpped and ricked at the mill, butts down, before there is much frost; throw some boards or bagasse on the tops and let it enow or freeze, and it will du the cane no harm. As soon as the outside thaws, work it off, and it will "rind easier. cUrify better, make better ey rup and be more like'y to granulate. Ihe plan X have most ly used for stripping is, to take a common plasterer's lath and cut notches in it like mill-saw teeth, then strike it down through the hill. An active boy can, in this way, 6trip a large lot in a day. I think I ehall try. aome of the patent strippers next fall if my crop does well. Ihe cutting is done by a common corn knife. We haul on wagons, but I think a dumping cart or wagon wou...

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. — 1 October 1864

' , s v mm i .j o v r 1 "INDEPKNDENT IX ALL THINGS NEUTRAL IX NOTHING." , ' Vol. 7 No. 44. EJMFOEIA, KANSAS, SATUKDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1864. Whole No, 356: &jrc i&mpxin TCBLISnED EVERT BATL'ttDA i" HOE.XIXO, Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY O. J. & E. L. HUNT. At OJJict Tfetcs Buildlna, corner of Commercial ttrat and Sixth avenue. Terms Two dollar3 ptr annum, in advance. Clula of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 All papers discontinued at the expiration ot the lme for which they are subscribed. jr. H. WATSON. J. D. GILCHRIST, Notary I'uliic. WATSON & GILCHRIST, UTTOll N K Y S A T L A W , Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas. COLLECTIONS raa-.le, and Taxes paid, in any pnrt of Southern Kansas. Office over Parley's store. 234 S. J. MAN TO II, Licensed Auctioneer, EMPORIA, KANSAS. ILL attend toall business entrusted toliim, u Auctioneer, promptly. 351-tf w G. V. ESKRIDGE, Licensed ITotary Public, EMPORIA, KANSAS, Sept. 10, lSGl-tf W. E. McGINNIS, licensed ilnctionecr, HARTFORD, LYON C...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 1 October 1864

J ONT. U. IIuITEditcb EMPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1861. FOR PRESIDENT : ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Of Illinois. FOR VICE PRESIDENT : ANDREW JOHNSON, Of Tennessee. Presidential Elector. II. J. PARROTT, E. CHEESEBROUGII, 11. McBRATNEY. STATE TICKET. For Governor, S. J. CRAWFORD, Of Andersen. For Lieutenant Governor, JAMES McGREW, Cf Wyandotte. For Secretary of State, K. A. BARKER, Of Atchison. For Auditor, JOHN R. SWALLOW, Of Lyon. For Treasurer, WILLIAM SPRIGGS, Of Anderson. For Associate Judqe JACOB S AFFORD," Of Ska a nee. For Attorney General. J. D. BRUMBAUGH, Of Marshall. Superintendent f Pullic Instruction, ISAAC T. GOODXOW, Of lliley. For Conqress, SIDNEY CLARKE, Of Douylas. For Senator, IVth iJistrict, C. V. ESKRIDGE. For Representative, C4th District, JACOB STOTLER. Tcn County Ticket. Fr Superintendent. THOMAS M. GRUWKLL. For Count' Attorney, F. G, HUNT. For Clerk of Distrirl Court, NOYE3 SPICER. For Prolate Jtuhe, T. McINTIRE. ML -in'iilL'J . Jl JUDICIAL DISTRICT CONVENTION....

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 1 October 1864

I ra SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1CG4. uusi.ness ciiancie. c . Tnz 3etvs printing establishment has been sold to Jant. II. Hunt, by whom the business ill b$ carried on in future. All accounts due for subscription, advertising or job work will be paid to him. Mr. Hunt br3 had experience in the newspaper busi ness, and I beppfflk for him . that liberal patronage which ha? been extended to ine. c Jacob Stotler. Farm pcr Sale I have a goccl farm for sale or to rent. W. E. Evass. J. J. Campbell presented U3 with Ecme of the largest sweet potatoes we Lrtva ever seen. For which he lias our thanks. Religious Notice. Elder II. K. Slim ton !vill preach next Lord's day, at 3 ar.d at 7 o'clock i m., in the Methodist church iu this place. The public are invited to at tend. Notice. The price of board at the Em poria Houie, will bo seven dollars per week with lodging, five dullirs per week without looping, from October 1st. , N. S. Storks. We are authorized to &tate that those to whom premiums were a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 1 October 1864

Ulu mmm pew. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1864. Grant Neither Drinks nor Swears. The "Washington correspondent of the bpnngbeiu itepublicaa 6ayg : I have been talking Kith one of General Grant's officers who saw him familiarly in the Southwest, and a few things interested me. If any of your readers are tired of seeing a man served up in all his aspects And relations, they can skip this part. Of these things I came away assured : Grant does not drink, does not swear, does not tell his plans, and does not have his picture taken ! There are many other qualifica tions necessary in a good General, but these are the beet negatives I could find- In the battles around Vicksburg our men took what rations they could, and then tried to live on the country, which wa3 rather Lard fare. At one time their movements were so rapid that there wa3 no time to cook, if they had had food. So one night, after a hard day, a drink of whisky all around was all that could' be found for most of the men or officers. A ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 15 October 1864

EMPORIA, KANSAS, SATURDAY; OCTOBER 15. 1864. Whole-No. 358. Vol. 7 No. 46. t (L-mpona .s.trfos. fUBUSHED XVE&T 8ATCTLDAT MORNING, At Emporia, Lyon County, Kansas, BY O. J. & E. Ii. HUNT. Office Neica Buildinp, corner of Cmnmercial stree and Sixth awnue. Terms Two dollars perannum: in advance. Club of ten, $17. Clubs of twenty, $30 . Ail papers discontinued at the expiration of the ime for which they are subscribed. t WATSON. J. D. GILCHRIST,' Notary Public. WATSON & GILCHRIST, ATTORNEYS- AT " LAW, '. Emporia, Lyon County,' Kansas. COLLECTIONS made. and Taxes paid, in any pnrt of Southern Kansas. Office ovt-r Ferley's store. 284 S. J. MANTOR, Licensed Auctioneer. EMPOItIA, KAIiSA.S. "V17ILL attend toall business entrusted tohim, YV os Auctioneer, promptly. 354-tf G. W. WILLIAMS, 3?h.ysiciari and Surgeon, 344-tf EMPORIA,. KANSAS. C. V. ESKRIDGE, Licensed Notary Public, EMPORIA, KANSAS, Sept. 10, 18C4-tf W. E. McGINNlS. Licensed Auctioneer, HARTFORD, LYON COUNTY, KAS. Will ...

Publication Title: Emporia News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia news. — 15 October 1864

ir. w to JONT. II. HUNT, Evitqjl. UPORIA, KANSAS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER IS. 1864. -.Z. :Tt6vJV RESIDENT : . . ABRAHAM-' LINCOLN, .1 "" ' , Or Illinois-. .K ' - -" Toil VICE' PRESIDENT : ANDREW JOHNSON, r- . ' . Of TcnHesee. Presidential i: lectori, VT2J. F. CLOUD. E. CIIEEsEBROUGII, , - R. McBRATSEY. -; . STATE TICKET. Fur Governor. j . 8. J. CRAWFORD, Of Aiiderson. l- For Lieutenant Governor, ; ' 'JAMES McGKEW, Cf Wyandotte. . . For Secretary of State, R. A. BARKER, t Of Atchison. For Auditor, JOHN R. bW ALLOW, ' Of Lyon. For Treasurer, "WILLIAM SPRIG 03, ". Of Aiiderson. v For Associate Jiuhje, JACOB SAFFORD, Of Shaic nee. For Attorney General. J. D. BRUMBAUGH, Of Marshall. Superintendent of Pullic Instructior, ISAAC T. G00DN0W, Of lliey. For Congress, SIDNEY CLARKE, Of Dourlas. For Judge of the Fifth Judicial District, J. II. WATSON. For Senator. IP District, C. V. ESKRIDGE. 'For Representative, C-Uh District, JACOB STOTLER. I,on County Ticket. For Sirneriritenderit. THOMAS M. GRUWEL...

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