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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 October 1854

fiiSTCJUca society; ! ,- ! ! I V i K- ! - - ' 1 1M TEH3IS :-Tiro Bollan per irana-Ia AiraEce. jcst : 1st all the kxdr thou aijies at ;fes tjrf cotntby eoD akdtbcih fcMSM NUMBERS-VOLUME ig BY G, VV. BROWN & CO. WAKAMISA; d j i li i vl .1 f.ii LVii.0 - ii H Song of the Kansas Emigrants. Aia: From Greenland' Icy Mountain From Eastern hill and valley. Prom Ocean's distant shore We come with hearts rejoicing. And on by thousands pour. . 'Tis Freedom call as hither,- : For Freedom's sake we roeiu; . Mid Western wilds, io freedom's cause. We'll make oar happy home. In close array advancing, Ubiied baud io hand, WV3 ianlocr tiag tijFlnit - -. Oo Freedom's Holy Land: A ad ne'er shall dark oppression, lis terrors spread around. No crouchiug slave shsli ever ears Oar consecrated ground. We'll eeek the rolling praties,. In regions yet au.een. Or stay onr feet unweary By Kansas' flowing stream: . And there with hands unfettered. Oar altars we will rsie. With voices high uplifted. We'll slug ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 October 1854

- (J -J I t ! it. r ( jUP ' ):iFee3oty. G. W. BBOWX C. PRINTED BY STEAM. Wusar$lry, 0ctolr 21, 5I. - - IT II, A- BtLLMCS Esq., i. onr authorized General Agent tot the Herald of Freedom, and all his contract pertai-i-g to the paper will be binding on the rm. Lttts addrffaed to us at Bufialo, N. Y.. will be promptly alieoded to by him. r. It a3rd him. pleasure at auy lima to f ireaoj information in bi power relat ing to Kansas. . Emigrating parties passing through fiaS'alo are reqaested to give Lira a call at his ofCre No. Main afreet. To th Reader. " As early as, the middle of March last we signified our - intention, through' the columns of the ConneavtvUle Weekly Courier a paper v?e then published in PennsylTani to locate in Kansas, on - certain condition., which are shadowed forth in the following extract which we copy from that journal : . "If we can dispose of our property here, so as not to suffer too great a sacrifice, or hazard the existence of the Courier can obtain one hundr...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 October 1854

ftljceral JHtcccstscUaiisas ctutotu- Wakarusa, Saturday, October 21, '51. Cans as Territory. The following article, descriptive o( Kansas we find iu an extern excbange, evidently from rvome other paper, lut without credit : Kansas av the writer, extends between the parallel of S7d. and 40deg. north latitude, 92.1 an! 107th meridian weft from Greenwich, comprising al-ut forty millions of acre; one-fourth of whi h i barren ilain and mountain; and all the l,rr,a ina:n.br hi. undulatm? nicceiMi cf liell-of living verdure hedged with woodland. the m-v dirable country, climate and all thing? considered, any- where l.etween the ACogtieny ana ttiera - cfic- , A milhon of the acres were ceded by the Delaware?, KicUio and Vea in May, to be sold at auction for their benefit, auer deducting the com, ot wirvey - in. The pioneer, therefore, who would make certain of hi'pi? empti-'in, rnu't oh - tain a copy of thU treaty, if he would -Muat" intelligently. It la not, novveier, of anv real importanc...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 October 1854

1 13 if $oetilj fohjijc Jiiijes. Ssrs&r ye new, O, ray Brothers! Bt WILLIAM OL.SB BOCRSt. l-o I the Land of ihe .West twhcre the Free .' man shaft rLe. in the pride of hi birth, with hi standard on .- high, ' And shall point to the East, where the flash of , . the ?kis Gi76j the promise of Freedom that never st all d.e ! And theton as h wheel in his rhartot of day, Jahati cenrey from the Last, and the token of the North, In the flash f hi tfim, and the light of his .. , . . . nosy tows oi m r reemen mat utter mem ShaT thse plain mvr-ounl -ich ih rtv tf the Javf ' hall lhM V 4 It- rwr moan oYr l.a'"l Sit. I hftili ? HUk' thi Katies h"iT .fown witii i w!th to lb ffrari. Reddened drops of iiu- hLai vrung 'in an- guwh sud p.un ? Say, oh Freeman! ran-:! tlioti in the Villeys fordoetn To the boud, and the ladi. and ih ni'ht of To the grave of the soul, and ih. beau's ray- ; 'g l'' iUa!itirit ior.s of voter-', as Iierein le? tomb. ' ."jfier piwctild, wlive term of senkv Ctfuntlsw;ntoDg...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 6 January 1855

1 I i - . -' ' tfiin rillirimiill o! .- v?- ? i - y. .'lib'? TER3IS :--Two Dollars per Abbbbi la Advance "be just; let all the exd.s Tiwr AislbT St iTiir 'o6tTiV,,, coo! aVo TBrTaV' BY G. W. BROWN & CO. Lawrence citkansasterritori1:saday,:jan Song of the Kansas Emigrant. TV foHowrngr bcaftdfol poem, to the tnnc of &ar tipinqhi BrjtKtr, in from the pen of ilrs. HAiah E. MaA', of Cowwantvillc, Fa. It raa prepared for the Pctmsrlvania Ktamm Cum lcr, juhI presented to them on their departure roia tie wharf in Conneautville, on the 27th of f Xtoler last- Every member of that company, Whatever his destiny may be, will hail it m a irerare of incjitlinablc worth: (We eo from our home, from the graves of onr " cirev ' '' ' - t From t!te heirthstonc so fviidiy, so fcacrcdly I cht-rviicd; rTfibuLlni th tear-drop wili start VLirtr. eye; jjnt wu wep not frn ojtow, or ive mai uave iieriahed. . . '- There's a tear on tlw elwek. to memory -fop vtu ; Eut a smile wreatlies tne up use ine umgm...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 6 January 1855

CI)c fyxaW ol fmiiom : 'Sin Jnircpcuucnt :amtisatr0!t; to umdmtn drit th,c utcwst of Kahsaa; Tire rtf TfoVftata icTcr' lfaDtef'ra)Lvrh,lis!rI the Aborigines. V"W 1 'UOn)'jtle popleof Misurijnad forlhcnT he tIn "rZ 1 ; Lhouldact. ?HU term of ofacc oroV x- ! PPJ and justice lof admitting the red ... . - i LawreBCN Saturday, JaimaiT CJ 5J 1 VS". A. Bn-Lixoss q.. m W authorized j Whether the scene of tLe 29di of No'. I brought to bear, so as to produce intel SuTLSbt tiir if ! Li to be iKMrted ft theeIectknof.tu;dfitnesS forthochil position, biirfng rathe firm. L?acr 4diMJ Jf t j represtnLatives to our Territorial LnsLv ! -Put them, if they desire it, on an iiici. r-misraiiDjf ioriK- pni inuitkinaw, vu iure, remain! to tie seen. mimIi rM M!i vn. luiWever. and hope our fnends in the Niagara Temperam IIhi.h-. It-ra StoUriwffl Wnwive the recent , 1 Th9 Ziale Election, t - I , . ; ' ' i l t- ; In reading the various accounts of the receut election of DVgate"fcrGitigress f from thw Territory,...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 6 January 1855

Uxrre nre, Saturday, January C, '55. We want a Pressman immediately. A person in good health, of a strung frame, and Kme mechanical genius, can find em ployment for the next direc months by application at this office. . 3T Copies of the Herald or Free dom, nicely done up in wrappers for mail ing, can be procured at this office for five vents a copy. ' JBT We had not sufficient leisure to prepare a list of Market quotations for this number of our paper: but will do so in time for our next. XiTHon. Thomas H. Bjestox, . will accept our thanks for valuable Congres sional Documents. fcsT Exchanges, and correspondents, will oblige by addressing as in future at Iiwrence, Kansas T. Everything so directed will come to us safely. JSTSchool and Miscellaneous books, letter and cap paper, envelopes, pea?, pen holders for sale at die Herald of Freedom office.". . ,f President's Message. City subscribers wishing copies of tho President's message, will bo supplied gratis by applying at the Herald o...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 6 January 1855

i it i ill t ft III ii; rf ;, Select i?oeii'ij.' ; - Fnm tke Pirtiand Inquirer. ; ..! Acteeon In Kansas. r. : ; ; Actaeon, who in time of old,! i , - Was called a hunter skilled sod bold, . Once rhJj Tcntural toifltinde On Dinoi's virgin solitude, , : Became a stag beneath Lcr frown, . : Aad by his hotrods vtu LsjUcJ down. '. " So men of mark, in later days, : ' ' Have dared to take forbidden ways, J And eager In the hunt for spoil, 1 - Irtded Freedom's sacred srfl," ' : .- Cheering their motley followers on ; '! i To seize the land for slavery won. '. v Lo, Freedom at tbc insult tunu, . -,.- ; j And back bold intruder epurns, ": (Thus the Archangel from Lis pot, ' HepcHed tlie HcaTen-irivaIing lif-st.) Hence ! to your own polluted sod ! This soil shall ne'er by slave be trod ! Awed by her look of stem eornm&nd, t h Dismayed, perplexed, the leaders stand, . ;. ' But the fiene tkronpr they've hill er bio't, Balked of the ready prey they've sought, ? Tarn on these guide tlnir scnt...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 13 January 1855

TERJIS : Two Dollars per Ann cm In Advance. 1 BE JCST : LET ALL THE EXDS THOC AIUST AT BE TUT COCXTBT, COD'S, AXD TBCTU'sl" A Family Xewspaprr : fnde pe ndent on - All S&fcjects BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE CITY, KANSAS TERRITORY. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1855. NUMBER 3 VOLUME fc ' A Dream of the West. Avt ! to the Far-West, wt ! , Where the bright Kamu rolls lu sparkling beauty on the vales, . Its Prthdcfr on the sottl. The world grow old around os here; Onr wcarr piriU pine For the wild and fur-off solitudes,- Where the tars in nilence sluue: Keeping thtrir lonely iraU-h, a when, , A thousand years ajro, They shone upon the silent glen, And on the untrodden snow; Away ! to where the tnoss-grown cliff) In solemn grandeur frown S While the untamed engle proudly tlu?re On hi wide domain looks down: Down on the vales and prairies wide, Where man hath never trod, Nor with his pony arm hath marred The glorious work of God ! fth ! hut for one brief hour, to roam in those primeval b...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 13 January 1855

Xfye eSrlD of iee3oty. O. W. BHOWIT. EditCr. : , Lawrence, Saturday, January IS, 55. 5fII. A. Bn.Lj.vos, Kq.. i our authorized General Agtnt for the Herald rf Frttdam. and all Lis contracts pertaining to lite paper will be binding oa the firm. Letter addrewtd to ns at Buffalo, J. VM wili be promptly atUixkd to by him. .Eiui era ting parties and individuals, en route for Kansas, pawing through Buffalo, are requested to give lum a call at his office, No. 20 Siagara Temperance Iloose. ' - Questions Answered. A couple of gentlemen join in writing us from Gouldsborough, N. Carolina, de sifinjlfgeneral description of the coun try, of the fertility of the soil ; what it is best adapted to, tc. They inquire "whether, the soil is sandy or mingled with clay ? , : What is the temperature of the climate ? the surface of the country ? the size of the water courses ? and are there good mill streams? Is the land subject to pre-emption, or how can claims he secured ? What is the state of socie ty, ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 13 January 1855

be ife9 of ifee'toty. Trrcncf , Saturday, Jacnary 13, '55. Contemptible, a reply to a polite letter from G. W. inu, Ininarv, asking information as to the ! ra hi Warlrvtlia ' Kin btive positions of Parkrule and Law- I rr fn .1 ice, in Jvansas xerriwrj--un; ac- modations for emigrants, the crowd Po very great, and indifferently pro-,-d for in Kansas City suggesting, L the exploration and making a road hreen Parkville and Lawrence as 1 as inquiring as to the main candidate Congress and requesting the favor ian excnango ; ine writer 01 wis 6eni come and see for himself respecting i main object of inquiry, which has Viehow or other found its way into the lumns of the Agrarian and the Dis- h. both published at Independence. ps correspondence wo deemed a pri i;, personal, business one ; but the IfID VI fciiVi O y or clandestinely laid hands on a roent ot it, are attempting to create filing that it is an Abolition or Free- 1 conspiracy. Men who can nnd grat- ation by such contemptible cond...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 13 January 1855

&jtjiM& ofifro&bttt H &n gnv-epen&atf Jmmlg 2tajpar; SJajotelr to utncmitg atft tlje: Sntixmls of tidnads. i -' . Maka Your Mark. . In the qruane should yon toil, ' ' ' : . : - . Make your mark; Do 70a delve open the toil ! v Make your mark ; . In whatever path yon go. . . In whatever p ace yen stand, Moving Bwift or moving alow, - With a firm aud boneat hand ' , Malta yemr mark- - Should opponent Led (re yoorwajy -rr-'t i -Make your mark; work by nieht or work br day. . - . Make ronr mark : Struggle jnanftllfy and well, ; ' i ' It no obstacle oppose, one nznt-hklded ever fell By the wear n of hi foes your mark. , . - Mai : What tbourrh born a peasant aon, - , Make yow mark ; , Good oy poor men may be done - Make your mark; , Peasant's garb may warm tbe cold ; " t, eaftBt word may cahn a fear ; -, Better far than hoarding gold . Ia the dryrnsf of a tear : . . . Make your mark. life la fleetinsr as a shade, ; Make your mark ; Harks of some kind mast be made, - - M...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 20 January 1855

TERMS Two Dollars per Awma-Ia AdraBcf. BE JVST : LET ALL THE EXD8 THOC AIM EST AT BE TIirCOCXTETS, GOD 8, AND TRUTH If. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE CITY, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1855. number volume l,. lBdnigit Watch of the Indian Warriors. TLe iaoon, m hiVb, U wiling throogh A ea of pale and cloadlea blue : ; While to the earth a mantle bright 1 8he Cintrs her clear and Mirer light ; .- , . And tall gray rock and Cowing stream . Kend up to bear en a jojou gleam. " . Valley and forest all are still: 'Area where the voice of whippoorwill, Wkh saddened tone, and full of care, "float plaintive on the mkluight air : Or owl, from top of scathed tree, . Wloota oat, with strange and lonely glee. Pron J forms are thnee that leave the shade Dark on the forest carpet laid, . And firm, thou? h aiXeat, is their tread, . . .. I'd the lone valley of the dead. Tbey seek the spot where rests their hires, Keeping, with Death, their council-fires Beneath the (rrass that rankly w...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 20 January 1855

0 Iff TtfetyiD of BecfolT). G. W. BROWN, Editor; f Lawrence, Saturday, jiMaryj, Ventral ill !im binding on the firm Buffalo. N. V.. will h.T:" .Tr-;rf-5 Letter addressed U n at ijTi JKwan ttroneh BuW. are A -AnmWwriW uTrmJUrdlill Ikmiltaa be a HAI? Fb9B s&i &&&& , tow, they arc taken, aaj if .settlers caiba secure ia theijr-, possession t whetler :the- timber; la relation: to getting her in tbe'&priaj ? 1'Tac roaJ3 he tays-wonlJ not ai tni' of fetdrtiag with Usxsii b-jfofc the'lst of May. I'cuiild no? reaoh there before Jane. .Thea. it would ba toa laie .to put ia fcprinj crops. - If I: com 3 . by water, without a team, cbull I hire my 'break iidohe ? If I cbaid,;I think that v&ul b3 the bist Then I could plaat ray crops and come fcack f r -4ny! Uwily WJicn" the roads get good. '-Would it W best to tnke stock,- such aa raifch' coiri and ' youn horsed ?v lam biackfmrtfi, ;, Would it be-besito fcingjnj'i&Ai.V' r; A- to the method of securing claims, we ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 20 January 1855

Lawrence, Satarday, January 20,; 55. 3Vt want s Pressman immediately i A person in good " health; of a strong frame,' and some rnectanical genius; can n" rid employment for the next three months by application at; this office, -:; -i, . - . C .Shaving "the Beard. The following article will give ; aid and comfort ' - to the large number sf persons in our" city who' have dispensed with the razor'' We hope' the time is near at liand whenit will cease . to ; be used in disfiguring the likeness formed after the image'of God : h y . '. Dr. E.' Saubora.'of Andorer, Mass.,' writes to the Boston Medical and Surgi cal Journal quite an interesting letter" in favor of wearing 'the beard. He takes the ground that the custom of shayin the beard among nations of men is al ways attended or followed by a marked deterioration in the physical organization, not only of the "existing race of people, but of the race to come, and quotes ex amples from history to support his con elusions. He says that the ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 20 January 1855

Westward &or- or T&d -&6nV of the ,i:::ti 1-A PlttfXtoxuamrA - -,' .? ml Sew Eajmd. fere thee well ! -"' ' a Weareransingtothe West , .... -wLtrr the boaadleaa prairie swell, ' Soonmnat be oar place of rest-j :.,-..; H? J're away or the pralrio wide, jZff1 horn trend in lii uunelM prkU: WU ahake tbtUrk wreath fihe mUUeteey j with ov thnJJin g watch-word, " Westward boV .' . ,'FareweJl the liilULIo greenr. , ;.,p, '- v"JViftm childhood trod ; Onr footstep ne'er again cJiaypresa that verdant sod? O'er mountain, ravine, an. I the dark rolling tide. Far away 1 fr my o'er the prairie wide, Where bnght wild flower in tlie Minbeamsglow, And the sparkling water of Kansas flow. Friend, tried and trno. farewell ! Yet think of n, when light Bounds evening vesper bell, . When fallcth the dim night. ' Far away ! far away we then shall 1, Where the tall grow i waves Tike a u-mv a. Where the red deer bonnds by the living rill. Like the wild gazelle upon J.ndah's lull. Boon ahall wc pro...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 27 January 1855

- : - i - - - ff I : .ri 3 If VV - " - - f 1 II f 7 TERMS trrTw ' Dollars per Anaiia--In AfcrascV r '.:. - - ;h-. : BB ,rsT n-iu, T.xvDs.TaoViiair'BB. THr..CTBT8,,ooD.x.Aw TnV 1;; :f , . ;.,i;IiaBilj.:Kespapi'r i!Bepeadeai e& All Saecte. he League of Freedom. ' ' viien thmvler clonds are eathering forth, . .Wer moantain, hill, and plain, -Th'.artilleriea of heaven ana earth Join in the stormy rain: ' ' jwrbo then ao vainly prooa as boast . . To stand before the tearful host I : : 5o when the Free . - Of earth agree . :; , .In such a brotherhood to form, " -li Who shall ecdare the mighty storm I ' The Tyrants in their league hare kept . . - For centuries the rod; . ' -' And nations groaned, and people wept r And trembled at their nod. . .. And wealth, and life, and all such things, , Iltfre been the sport of foolish kings ; . - ": . The time is past 1 : ' ? v Thedieiscast! . i i , The Free shall league their countless host -'To hold the day, whatc'r it cost ! - The star of Waterl...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 27 January 1855

)t ffyexcdb & & juntanitg cmi ilje Sntercats of Kaiisas. 1 ifelD of Jfacjtohj.. O. W. BROWN, Editor. Lawrence, Saturday, January 27, '35. H. A. Bn.tn-0. Kq..f is our authorized Central Agent for th lUrald f FrtetLim. and mil Ms contm-to pertaining to the paper will be biiHin? on the firm. Letter addressed to n at FuiWo. N. Y-will he promptly attended toby hi n. Emierating jartio and individuals, en ronta for Kansas, pas-snjr throneh BuSklo. are ri ties tori to give kirn a call at his office, No. 20 Niagara Tempcranc lloose. " : . ,; - -' '.: The Professional Squatter. . It is a well known fact, that a class of men exist in the western country, to whom the above title may be justly ap plied.: They form a distinct class in the community and pursue a particular avo . cation, as much so as the mechanic, the agriculturist, the merchant, or members of any of the learned professions. , Nor does there seem to be, except on special occasions, any concert of action among ( them, more ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 27 January 1855

eljel crafof ofidfae&nte i&til SnqiMthtl JfamUii Newspaper; ElaMfet to umahiig ari& tljc JntcrcafeofiKmiSaJ Lawrence, Saturday, January 27, '55 Roles about a Printing Office. Persons Tisiting a printing office are expected to do their business as expedi tiously as possible, and not remain after it is consummated to hinder others from pursuing their avocations. A printing office is the last place in the world for whiling away leisure mo ments ; as every remark made by a speak er diverts the attention of workmen from their pursuits. No conversation is allowed in well- regulated offices between compositors, or other persons with them while they are at the " case," or about the office. Those having business with the editor should be as brief and explicit as possi ble in their communications. If his office is necessarily in the compositors' room as is unfortunately the case with ours for the present persons should not allow themselves to talk louder than is necessa ry to be ....

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 27 January 1855

wairras. -!: t The aouth Unci hth Its fields of cane, . ' The prairie boasts ita heavy grain, - 'Andeunsert radiant pates unfold '"" On crowded mart and sands of gold. 1, ' Eongh. bleat and eold, cor littlo State Is bard of soil, of limits strait; . - lier yellow sanda are sands alone, ' Her only mines are ice and stone.- ' . -. From autumn frost till April rain ' Too long her winter woods complain ; " From budding flower to falling leaf, ;. lier summer time is all too brief.' ' '-. But on her recks and on her sands, : . . And stormy hills the school-hoose stands, And what her mgfod soil denies,.' ' - ; " The harvest of the mind supplies. " . . .The treasures of the Commonwealth : ' - Are free, strong minds, and hearts of wealth, And more to her tnan gow or grain, Are cunning hand and cultured brain. , For well she keepe her ancient stock, ' 1 The stubborn strength of Plymouth rock, And still maintain, with milder laws, " The clearer light, the Good Old Cause ! . f ;' - Tie Locust f...

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