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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 15 September 1854

t i - . -: r S-t. , or US'- 4 ;iiYE ; ..VOLTO TE:1 NUMBER 1. 1 ft m 11 - - ll -THE KANSAS IjEItALD, .IS PUBLISHED EVEKV FBIDAV lOlNIKO, BY -; OSBORH WM.I.JDSBORX. .' V V WJC H. ADAMS. icfUion Office, irLJIerald Building, on RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. j 1" Copy, one year in advance- '3 Copies, to one addf ess, one year' H $2 00 5 00 8 00 15 00 25" 00 50 00 t ; Copies, ' 10 Copies, .20 Copies, "DO Copies,' - No name will be entered in the sabscrip- tion books of this paper until the money, is paid. ; r TERMS OF ADVERTISING. V square, (12 lines) first insertion $1 00 'c'CCi fi each additional -insertion, " 50 '-'" On v-3 months ................. 5 00 fOt A " 6 " 9 00 JL. 70 00 5 00 ' ' Andke;w H. Reedee, . Governor of the Territory of Kansas, was born in Easton, Northampton county, Pennsylvania, on the 12th day of July, 1807.. He is now there fore in the forty-eighth year of., bis age His ancestor's, paternal and maternal, for several generations, were natives of this eountrj' his- father ha...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 15 September 1854

"-i. -"'' v? $ ... ViJr QSBORN, xiWM. II. ADAMS, T " (triTORS.) ' , LEATEN1VORTII) , r,.H IJYTROMICTORW ' The establishment of the first press in a Tefritorjris always an important and inter- r esting event; and this we feel to be peculi-. arly so in the establishment of one in-, the Territory'of Kansas. : ' ' - we commenceour cuorts under a com- - binltion of circumstances, peculiarly inter esting and excitins:. - and therelore irreat wisdom, prudehce and moderation are in dispensible in conducting" a . press at this 'tmeandro this place; more," indeed, of these qualities are needed than we profess to have. At the same time, the qualities of truth, honesty and .firmness,: were never x - more requisite on thepaTt of joiurnalisul jjhan atthis time. i-v -- ::'.t . ' , i-;Oiff-;tour7ihO!e- igw-forward, open, uiijsuised, .repudiating .alike, on the -one hand,' violence and ultraism, uvthe defence and advocacy of pur principles; and on the other, every form - and species' of Macliiavelia...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 15 September 1854

J'n-'. .',-- V vs. T - , J " . w i 3 li J- r- 'Z'ezt&ilonin the :b elate ere Jcllowibglegal - opinion wWprcpar- r T " ri byta lawyer-st th request cf sbtie pro- prietorsL in the City of Lear emtarti The-question submitted for exanitioo is .WTieinr tfte unsurveyed lands. whichaave been ceded to the United'; States by the, delawares" ;are ew open to settlers In Kansas f4r pre-emption? ', Until I saw the opinion of tjja veryTable ;and accomplished Attorney Generatf the tfti- ir .tcd States I supposed little or ho dpubt existed . on the question. That opinion emanating as it t ' does from the highest law officer In the Gdvern ; - ment is entitled to great coasideratiim and there - should be no attempt to cratrjovortiksnles there are strong .and apparent gTonndl for dedng so. But it has'happened-t oar c$leK.Attorney Generals in the mldstjcft""' alCrious and aruaous duties-lur give r ns tlfc the Sb- preme.Cotfrt, tltet-ii j:jhbti sides has found ffiinoaejfj oiy terfoiirtn-esti- : a -J...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 22 September 1854

- .r V ... -. i? i v ): , I1-. r,. . j 4; : rlr' . J- -- o Dollar Advance. VII Y OSBORN & AMS, LEAVE NWORTH, K;T;;-SEPTEER:2185 .VOLUME 1 NUMBER 4 AT) r 1 li 4 i Ji 1 al(- .mnif V out, i 1 K HE KANSAS II iRALI), "IS PCBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY lORNIXG, BY OSBORN & AD.OIS, WM, J. OSSORX. TO. II. ADAMS. Publication Office, in Herald Building, on Levee, 2 Joor Corner Broadway. TERMS OF SUBSCRPTION. 1 Copj, one. year in advance $2 00 S Copies, to one addies9, one Tear..... 5 00 5 Copies " " 5- 8 00 10 Copies, " 15 00 20 Copiei, " ...... 25 00 0 Copies, " "J" 50 00 No name will be enteredin the subscrip tiou books of this paper until tie money is paid. . TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Oz9 Bqaare, (12 lines) first insejtion $1 00 One " each additional in&rtion, .. 50 One " 3 months, 5 00 One 6 " 1 9 00 One " 12 " 15 0i One-fourth column, one year,. 25 CO One-half " " " 40 00 One " " " 70 00 Announcing candidate3, fin adunce, 5 00 Transient advertisement nut in all cases, be paid for bpfore ...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 22 September 1854

0 -- . i 5 i i , ::i . ,r mi -. o ft1-: i LJ; ? i . -' 1 .V -.. A THE HERALD. WM. J. OSBQRN, V WX.JI. ADAMS, (editors.) .... ..MATEXWORTII, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1854. Our Position. The position taken in our prospectus and Indroductory, last week, we. shall main tain Without swerving to the right hand or the left. - As the pioneer of the Press " in Kansas, we believe it incumbent upon us in. a special manner, to carry out,to the let ter and in its spirit, the Kansas-Nebraska Bill. With this as our chart, and with the Constitution for our guiding star, we- have started out, and by their direction we mean to take our- course. The bill organizing these Territories is but a continuation of the- Compromise legislation of ,1850, which was advocated ana carrica through dv our oldest and ablest statesmen. Inthatlegis lation they have bequeathed us a legacy tiuil if rightly "adhered to, will prove a guar antee of the permanency of our Union, and in incalculable blessing to this and all com i...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 22 September 1854

ft -----' .- . li I. i 5 'A IK li i9 rr.- KATfSAS WEEKLY. II ERALIK PR1DAY SEPTEMBER 22, 1854. : Ntice. -CJopies of the Herald, -neatly enveloped carnal "all times be had at this of fice, at 5 cents percopy or 50 cents per do zen. " - . .45i EST We are under obligations to the gentlemanly clerk of Jhe fine Steamer Au Ktralia, for late St. Louis papers. . . fsr We are indebted to the clerk of the fine steamer Admiral for late papers. TYVe call the attntioruof our read ers in this vicinity to the cards of Dr. Leib ,-md Dr. France. They are at this" time living in Leavenworth and permanently located here. They have .both had some years experience in the practice of medi cine in the West, and are "skilled in the treatment f tho diseases of-this country. psi? i lease nonce ice uuu-iuociucjh y . t . i r France & Co. They have a good stock of groceries already received, 'to which addi tions will be made as soon as their store room is completed. A large assortment of Drug3 will soon arr...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 22 September 1854

- - . - .- . - ii i . A Snblerrannean Pagi difcoTered - tlircmgri the Sierra Nevada, f "VVe lake the foUowing froin the Maripo sa Chronicle of Saturday. It may all be true, tut it lftsan aijr-of romance: '. - Wc ruWs the annexed extract from a letter received a FewUaj's since, written by aneld Triend, whose explorations in differ ent parts of California Lave greatly assisted in developing her ;inimerise resources. . Should this suLterraneous pass prove as prac ticable for a railroad route as our correspon dent anticipates, the whole subject will .re ceive an impetus scarcely dreamed of by the most ardent imagination: Having heard Mai. S speak of a. very large and long cave that was somewhere near the head of the Yo-Semity Valley, and as the mam moth caves at Mai ble Spiings,-formed in the immense marble ledge that traverses the gold region of California, are jnore or less connected by fissures, it occurred to me that there might be a subterranean pass through the Sierra. The hostili...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 29 September 1854

111 II 1111 1 . - . - .11 I A. . II I A. AX -4 '; Two Xollars 'Our "WHole O-oxxxx-txy.' Xxx Advance. BY OSBORN & ADAMS, LEAVEmyORTH, K. T: SEPTEMBER '29, 1.854.. VOLUME 1 NUMBER 3. -1 i v. 'I s if - $ in 1 . THE KANSAS HERALD, IS rUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORXIXG, BY OSSORA' & ADAMS, TVM. J. OSEOP.X. VTi. II. ADAMS. Publication Office, in. Herald Building, cn Levee, 2 doors below Corner Broadway. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. - s . 1 CopVj-one year in advance- -$2 00 3 Copfc3, to one address, one year D 00 5 Copies, " " " 8 00 10 Copies, " " " . 15 00 20 Copies, " -' " ...... 25 00 f0 Copies, " " " c 50 00 No name will be entered i the subscrip tion books of this paper until the money is paid. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Oae square (12 lines) first insertion Oza " each additional insertion, One " 3 months, One '' 0 " Ona " 12 " One-fourth column, one year, One-half " $1 00 50 5 00 9 00 15 00 25 00 40 00 70 00 5 00 One Announcing candidates, Tin advaice.l Transient advertisements must in all...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 29 September 1854

.THE HERALD. AVAL J. OSBOltN, WJI. II. ADAMS, (editors.) LEAVEXWOIITII, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1851. -The IjCvcc. Mr. Cunningham, the Superintendent of the Town Company's works, has had a large force for several days past, engaged in gra- - ding down our levee. A portion only will he prepared for present use, the remainder to be improved and the whole McAdamized during the fall and winter. An outlay of two hundred dollars, exclusive of rockwork will wenare a landing a ouarter of a mile in extent, equal in convenience to any por tion of that of St. Louis. The course of the River at this point and for several miles above and below U3 is due south, without anv perceptible bend. There is sufficient water at this time for the largest class steam boat to land at any point in the mile that our town extends along the river. A good kmdinir can at small expense be made at any place within these limits. We hav no hesitation in saying that the same ex tent so admirably adapted by nature for great co...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 29 September 1854

r KAX8A8 WEEKLY nERALD.' r PRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1854. - Notice. Copiesof the Hcrakl, neatly, enveloped can at all times be had alhjs "of fice at 5 cents per copy or 50 cents-per zcn. " t" -"" " - ; Troops for Fort Laramie. Two Companies of Infantry have been ordered from Fort Riley to re-enforce the garrison at Fort Laramie. They will only be able to act on the defensive, as Infantry would be ineffective in pursuit of . mount ed Indians. The government force on this frontier is altogether insufficient. Two or three regiments of mounted Rifles, in addi tion to the present force, are absolutely ne cessary iu New Mexico, Utah, Kansas and Nebraska. Survey of Indian Reserva tions. We learn that Mr. Kauffmas of Mis souri is engaged in running off the Shaw nccs' reservation on the south side of Kan sas River. Mr. Spaulding, formerly of N. York, lias the contract for running off the Delaware permanent Reservation on the North side of the Kansas. He will com mence operations in a few days wi...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 29 September 1854

"v . - From the Boston Pert. ! Northern Hail Mood IZoute to the pacific. Below werpuUish an extract from a lettar from James Doty, Esq., to his father, the Hon. J. D, Doty, copied from the Milwau kee Daily Wisconsin. Mr. Doty was a member of the Northern Pacific Railroad party, under Gov. Stevens, and was left by Gov. Stevens at Fort Benton, east of -the Rocky Mountains, to spend the winter there, and ascertain the character of the country and the depth of the snows during the winter months. Lieut. Mullan,to whom Mr. Doty refers in his let ter, was left in charge of a party west of the Mountains, for the same purpose, and his report corresponds to that of Mr. Doty. Great pains has been taken to obtain full and accurate information in reference to snows in the- mountains, and the result dissipates all'apprchension upon tha s ore. The report of Gov. Stevens, shortly forth coming', will demonstrate, we are info med, there is less snow in the mountains in the latitudes explored by him, ...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 6 October 1854

JK.- v-fN f:' . w , : -Ax- ' A r" '-.- -- ;r-. f'-vf. " ". r 4 jit ii'V!. 11 J. S7!.V' ollors J?. BY 0SB0RN & ADAMS, .'; . LEAVENWORTH, K.rT., OGTOBER"63 1854V - - , VOLUME 1 -NUMBER 4 . i y s v. v, a: i-.- THE KANSAS HERALD, IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOBXUTG, BY OSDORN &. ADAMS, WW. J. OSUORN. W5I. H. ADAMS. Publication Office, in Herald Building, on Levee, 2 doors below Corner Broadway. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1 Copy, one year in advance $2 00 3 Copies, to one address, one vear 5 00 5 Copies, " " " " 8 00 10 Copies, " " " " 15 00 20 Copies, " " " " 25 00 50 Copies, " " " " 50 00 gF No name will be entered In tie subscrip tion books of this paper until the mcney is paid. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. On square, (12 lines) first insertioi $1 00 One " each additional insertion, 50 One " 3 months, 5 00 One " 0 9 00 One " 12 " 15 00 One-fourth column, one year, 25 00 One-half " " " 40 00 One " " " 70 00 Announcing candidates, in advance, 5 00 Transient advertisements must in til cases, ...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 6 October 1854

J li ill 5 I I-' H THRHERALD. WM. J. OSBOILN', y3LU. ADAMS, (editors.) . LE1VEXWORTH, FRlDJi 1', OCTOBER 6, lS-Si. Tic Beginning. We -are on the eve of a great enterprise. Th time has arrived when our. territorial government is to be organized. It may be that the next number f the Herald -will con tain the proclamation of Governor Rex per. to tliis eiTect. An event of such peculiar interest and importance cannot fail to awaken deep feel ings ia the hearts of the people It is JLord Bacon, we believe, who declared that the founding of anew State was one ot the grandest employments that man can engage - in- Ana so it is. ihe settlers oi a new r;untry grapple not only with life's hard ships'.which try the physical energies, but with' intellectual duties, with all that per tains to justice; with much that pertains f o Statesmanship. The qualifications which enable men to succeed in such comprehen sive duties are a knowledge of leadinar principles in government and in law, a fa rniliarity...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 6 October 1854

- -Ml - M ' :'r I I, KAlfiAS WEEttLY gEHALD. FRIDAY OCTOBER 6, 1854. ;" .: Notxcx. Copies of the Herald, neatly enveloped can at all tirries be had at this of fhre at 5 cnts per copy or 50 cenjs per do zen. , . : . ; : Gov. lieeder's Arrival. Gov. Rceder passed up this (Saturday) morning on the Polar Star and landed at Fort Leavenworth which will be his '; resi dence for the present. He was greeted on his arrival at the Fcrt with the national sa lute, and a public reception will be given him this evening at 3 o'clock. ' We have not yet learned who accompanies him. ; Delay. Our publication this week is unavoidably delayed until this (Saturday.) evening. "Workmen have been employed the past week in lathing our office, and our work has been carried on amid the din of their hammers. In addition to this our office has been the common resort of the resident and transient population ofLeavenwoith. Our type and material has been handled during the last week by people enough to make a respec...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 6 October 1854

" From the Weslon Reporter, D'elausare EkzndsZZeep cth e : V : Subject, before the eop ffi --. The following is a copy of a lettcrLanded us by a squatter upon Delaware iac3, which .was forwarded by him to ' the -Hch-ML D. . Bibd, who Is now in -Washington Qity, ar Tanerinsr matters for the modification nf th Delaware Treaty soon after the. meeting of 1 VOngress. as this leter contains many points ' of interest, we publish it for the information ' of all concerned, or our part, we entire ly coincide in the .sentiments expressed, and trust that the pre-emption law will be extended over Delaware lands. LxAvsirwoBTH, K. T. -- - - - Sept. 25th, 1854 Hon. L. D. Bran; Dear Sir : Upon hearing of your depar ture for Washington, and - learninsr some thing of the nature of your mission, 1 thought it might be proper for me and others to post you occasionally as to the views and feel ings of the squatters upon Delaware lands And first, you are aware that we, one and all, disclaim any intention o...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 13 October 1854

-A 1 . .. . . . -,r 4 7121 ill V.iUt 1. V .. V J -:n:i : - ' i'F - fn:ri-; isoc-t" iicf . oJ r-Vo j,- flia ? shU- T 1 just ofti oistj .Tiiis Two: 3D bXXars ; i jjryiaio ,. ft.'ii , t: Altai VK5-;iVl-T liJ-.7' cri I I 1 Hi II . 1 ; r I: it a it : f , y i i V 1) t i , IS fUBLISHED XVEBY FRIDAY MORNING, BT.vt ' WX. J. OSBOEJt. Publication Office t i! Herald Build ing, on 1 Lsvte, 2 (ioor below Comer Broadway "f TERMS; OF SUBSCRIPTION Copr, on year in ad vane e; f $2 . (X). 1 Copies, to "one address, one year 5 00 5 Copiw, M - ;- u ...... 8 00 18 CopU, '...- " , " .15 00 20 Copies, " " " : 25 00 50 Copies, " " .5a 00 - No name will b entered in the subscrip tiou books of Uifi paper until the money is paid. TERMS OF ADVERTISING.1 :i On sqaaro; (12 lines) first insertion $1 00 "On " ' . each'additional insertion, ' -50 One " 3 months, 5 .00 One 6 -.....;...:...:.. 9 00 t)ne " 12' ": A. ...... 15 00 One-fourth column, one year, ....... .... 25 00 Ono-half ? '' 40 00 One , -. . :iu ! .'.! '...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 13 October 1854

t i i -i mijliniHjB'luil'Kiinw . wrr! i r-n- 1f-.'! 'if ' 1 1 1 7$ r 7 O V J i "1 I 7 ft 4 Ml I 1 hi -I i ill -Ml Pi I: 1 3 a WM. J. OSBORN, WM. H.; ADAMS, s LEAYENTTORTII, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1854. Executive policy. ;'.4 We feel a peculiar pride in laying- before our readers the response of , Gov. Reeder, Containing1, as it does, a. confirmation of the principles and policy that we hare laid down for our conduct as journalists. The right of all men of every class of opinions to seek a home , in Kansas and to enjoy the protec tion of its laws is well stated and will com mand the admiration and applause of all actual residents of the Territory. No man must be proscribed for,xr hindered in the exercise of his , inalienable rights of free speech and free suffrage. 'The Kansas Bill must not be a dead letter, but its spirit must be a living principle in the administration of the affairs of this Territory. . The whole nation is looking with intense interest to our action. Already politica...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 13 October 1854

-V if f r - I m -9 ft c L .MFRID Alf pQTpBERi 131854. -ST-We ,re authorized to f mnounce, James N. BuawEsEsqi a Democratic candidate for Delegate to' s Coagress,J for ' thfTerritory of Kansas. t-., l" JOkidvenibpr - This Hotel is now open for the reception ofgiustS: and 'wecaJr, that !we 'dp kow" when we say ih&tone - can there get : first rate-Tare', and tH$ greatest abundance of it. It throws into the' shade the St. George f or any bjTtiie notels in the neighboring towns of Mrssoari. The families of Messrs. Kel ler and Chyle jthq gentkmanly proprietors, are now resident in Leavenworth and do much' to make their house secni a ' pleasant home to the travellers - v -T ' " Judges Arrival.' - Howl S. Yfm JoHjrsToW of Ohio, "and Hox. Rcsii Elmore of Alabama associate Judg es of die Supreme Court of Kansas, arrived atFortXeavenworth on Tuesday evening last by the F.X. -Aubry. Hon. Madison Brown of Maryland, Chief Justice, has not yvt arrived. The Territory has not been districted, so...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 13 October 1854

46 - HiM'WI'Jjw r - " if ?1 !1 . 1 h 3 i ?! 11 1 1, 11 r VVbw -e Tow - utrtel sl$cyh days ck, , thieVtolW joHhc . pepple is of coal flnui stoTC8,.of f Winter "doth'es and arrangements ; far 'ld weather.- Oat - in the! r couutry; iheyare;'1 hutryln' in the Fall i qr ops, lJia$'. preing!for;;the frosty nights.": Tiie leaves; oCrthe tree change; cdlor.-The xhesnuts and oaks assume the dan t the maples becin to clow to redl the hxctories' turQ yellow and are'Teady.tb 'be. . swept oti' by the hard blasts that are trea sured nihonsr the next month's phenomena. 'Now is the time for the lovers of trees and. who- that loves Nature, or - rnari, who that has any love in him does not? to pre rare for their transplantation. - All Sum mer the tree-roots liave been drinking, and the leaves all Summer have been gather inr from the air its nourishing gases Now comes the1 time for -resting. " The - leaves drop i off 'anl the rootlets cease, from their serious, labors. ; The- tree is lite a- hive wher...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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