Annals of Emporia and Lyon County . ze the Republican party inKansas. The Kaw Indians were then lo-cated just above Americus, and theSentinel announces that the officialcount of the government gave thenumber at one thousand and five,two hundred decrease from the yearbefore. The first jail of the county was ofhewn logs. The Sentinel %?k( that the Amer-icus boys used to call it territorialtea, and they used to go a littleabove town to see if anybody hadtied their dogs loose. The Sentinel notices the arrivalof a large number of immigrants inAugust, 181^9, among them severalfamilies of Loys from

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Annals of Emporia and Lyon County . ze the Republican party inKansas. The Kaw Indians were then lo-cated just above Americus, and theSentinel announces that the officialcount of the government gave thenumber at one thousand and five,two hundred decrease from the yearbefore. The first jail of the county was ofhewn logs. The Sentinel %?k( that the Amer-icus boys used to call it territorialtea, and they used to go a littleabove town to see if anybody hadtied their dogs loose. The Sentinel notices the arrivalof a large number of immigrants inAugust, 181^9, among them severalfamilies of Loys from
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Annals of Emporia and Lyon County . ze the Republican party inKansas. The Kaw Indians were then lo-cated just above Americus, and theSentinel announces that the officialcount of the government gave thenumber at one thousand and five,two hundred decrease from the yearbefore. The first jail of the county was ofhewn logs. The Sentinel %?k\(\ that the Amer-icus boys used to call it territorialtea, and they used to go a littleabove town to see if anybody hadtied their dogs loose. The Sentinel notices the arrivalof a large number of immigrants inAugust, 181^9, among them severalfamilies of Loys from Alinnesota. The News of, June 4 describedone returning Pikes Peak vehiclewhich had painted on its cover this legend : Just from . Ask no questions. Another, which hadgone out with this banner, PikesPeak or Bust, returned in rather adilapidated condition and the signchanged to read : Busted by . W. T. Soden purchases half in-terest in the Haworth mill somemiles al)ove town on the Cotton-wood. 28 ANNAI-S OP EMPORIA AND I.YON COUNTY..