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*The fight between Ewing and Anthony is still wagi

Emporia News
Emporia, Kansas
September  12, 1863  

*The fight between Ewing and Anthony is still waging with great bitterness. Anthony was arrested a few days ago by one of Ewing's detectives. He was immediately released, and Ewing disclaimed having any hand in the matter. The quarrel is purely a political one and has been going on for years between the cliques in Leavenworth, both professing to be Republican. The charge that Ewing is a copperhead is simply ridiculous, and the Anthony party do not believe it themselves. On the Abolition question, Anthony has the advantage, the sympathies of the people being with him.

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