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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 30 June 1855

V;( fjgg H.:- km? qi m m m i:vn mmmm TEB3IS : Two Dollars per Anncm In Ad?ance ' BE JCST : LIT ALL THE EXDS THQU 4IXXST AT BX Tfi J CdCKTRT'S, GOD'S. ASB TECTH S. NUMBER 26-VOLUME 1, BY G, W. BROWN & CO, LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERMTORlVSAm Select fotiftj. gansa1. fcv jr. o. rrooDLiT. tlark.onr land again it shaien, - From id center to the pole; Every man should no awaken A in th dara that 4i!r!d men' aoula." Gort indifltrenee nolongar. Else fair freedom's .tar most vane, And or tyrants, p-owuiz stronger, " - Bind our Cinba with slavery' chain. By our fathers conccrat J Ai a spot forever free From the curse more jtutly Late4 Than the deadly Upas tree. Shall it then be lihtly given, To tito boeU of "might m&tcea rifhtr Better far th atari of heaven Never o'er it abed their light. From the deep infernal region' Comoa a hcart-corrodinir voice, ' And earth' beli-corraptol lejrioua ' Mail the allies of tbcirchoice! Freedom foes, a mighty number, Start like demon. from their lair, Libert...

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. — 30 June 1855

)t gjcrctl& of StctUm: &n Snkpcnimtt iamilQ mspapcr, pnjdtcb to umaniln cab tljc Sntcrcsts of Hansas. Jc JfehilO of Jc9oi'q. O. W. UROWXT, Editor t atrrcEce, Satordsy, Jasc SO, ISJ5. - . Gov. Rssder. " . '." "We are pleased to learn that Governor - Reeder has returned to tSS Territory. He armed on Saturday morning last, in . excellent health and spirits, resolved . on sustaining the Jaw3 at, whatever cost The Governor did not bring his family withTiim as ho intended, qti .account of i-:. 1 1," ' ; t a " :.i?- Ci hw disappointment in getting suitable -"aecocrmodations -tor 'tlf -'comfort'in vvKjiasasiX yX. 'V s-.5 .... :' A'gentTernan wfco cirrae tip tho Missou- ' ri, on the same steamer with him, reports that inieiiS'ence appeared to be ahead of ri". 'therLthat-Governor Was on", board the boat, and crowds thronged -the levee at every janaing apparently to get a sight vi uu uLciituv.j . .mc a several ume Itl'l.llW lil . l -. . . 1 A. .1 it . , Governor showed - mack coolness ...

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. — 30 June 1855

Lawresce; Sitardayi Jane 30, 1855. - ' . To Oar Trlehz 7 f ' ' " TU writer iammfiiMtW n"?- ifihte ilo apt i,fittpriitdet n&drt tt omrfriexds Oat tU efU- Of ' or Fatiiw puhlie paifoM,j. JL.V) mg of tr pretext rubenrilct toll -load i one new inducement U rrtrtio, taeh f-erton ,V X future und e uUerihi,taecm pamtd citk flS-aWJ be entitled to a eetnih totyyratii- ' . ' ; V ' " 7 ,-.., Pro-Slavery Correspondence. f We give on the fourth page of tjie IIeb xu of Freedom this week, an original article of three-columns from Mr.' Cmtis xias, of this place, as a rejoinder to our remarks of May 12th, ttatingthat slavery rxistcd in Kansas " ia violation of law '. Our assertion at that time was bat a re newal of a former one, "that slavery dues not ail cannot exist in the Territory,' in the absence of positive municipal 'lair, other than by the -lair of might." We introduced -the 'Somraersei case ia confir mation of the convictions ' to -which, wo Lad arrived, Mr. CnaisjiAS does not controver...

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. — 30 June 1855

$1) Ijenitfr of Jtrcc&bm ; f Stir 0n&pcn&rit tfhtnilg Netuspajscr; if1 Impromptu to tie Herald of Freedom. Go. liFXAln o Tuxedo, thy mission m holy, Co forth to thy labor of love; Go plead for the sorrowing, toil for the lowly, And look forMiceess look itori. A glorious fa tare, untrodden, before thee, Thy pathway heroic sublime , Unfailing the white flag of .liberty o'er thee, Pa along down .the vitas of time. Fass along, and thy record be worthy the hour Tltat pave thee thy mission, thy name, Ti nt robes thee in beauty, that arms thee with That points to a f a tare of fame. . power, Pas along- -but thy deeds and thy foot-prints W ben mar ble ana granite decay,- IshaU linger D-ep graven on tablets that Time's ruthless finger Shall mar not, shall bear not away. Go. IIiRALBor Freedom, thy name U a glory, A passport, a taJbmao, a spell Jropbctic, it gives me in vision thy story, " - A story r cootst shall telL Invisible hosts sre encamping around thee The prayers of the fa...

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. — 7 July 1855

Xije ifcftiiO of ;f feeSpjij; Lawreacr Saturday, Jaly 7, 1835. To Oar Friends. Tie rwlar twueftiii paper is ep4 itt weeile. and it mioht be tnaierutlle increased. if ' tree tchi wraii'f it rind , lee and dartre He emcotee, teouia tax lb TnmMt to present us cuinne U ki nyVa. There areftte rfour vretent h . $crthen whn could nr4 ttcurt oxe xiw itaroxii klk ixe Kith. Itut lift'e tfftAi; and tttnt'ttfM- ' le asl ourfrUiult that tHey call tie attention tf their a&ivaintanat V the eiatatt rj iu uzbalu or Fbeeoom upon mhlie petomatje. . Jl w many of our prttent ulcribrt trill band in. one new uamet ' : A ax inducement to tzertvm, each vereon vh- shall in future tend v tie new eulveribert, aceim fanied with i,ehuil be entitled U a texenth ' opf yrati ' Four-Ji of July. Oar city presented a stirring aspect quite unlooked-for on the morning of the 4ih. NottF.atwo di J not expect great things of Lawrence, but we were sur prised to see the streets looking a much like those of a thronged cit...

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. — 7 July 1855

2,' ? T lijc ifei-qlS of B"DoiV G..W. BROWN, Editor. Lawrence, Sitnrday, Ja!y-7 1855. ORATION, , DeliTcrcd at Lawrfatf , Kansas Territory, Jiuj 4 th, 1355. - Ey Dr. CHARLES E0BE330.V. mJVf0i9L Cidzstt jyf" Kansas This dav. the 79th Anniversary of the Declaration of American Independence, finds us in a new and strange country, and surrounded by circumstances inter esting and peculiar. ; . While the echoes of the booming enn ' non are reverberating among our native till, and the merry peals of the church going bells are announcing to the world the rejoicings of a great and prosperous people, that their days of weakness, suf fering, and thraldom, are past, we .ire here in a remoto wilderness to found a now State, and to plant anew the institu tions of our patriotic ancestors. It is a day to us of peculiar significance. -While we would pay a tribute of respect to that period which, in the annals of this na tion, will ever be regarded asmostsacred; while with one accord and one voice we ...

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. — 14 July 1855

; TERMS :Tiro Dollars per Aninm-lq AJraEcc. . . ; ';'" . ! ... ... A ; ; ' ;-.:-yf Sw---l BY G, W, BUOWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1855. piliR 237:V0LUm f. It! I I 1 ft the LaJUt1 C'riliM Annual. Riversids Rosea. rr AXXA M. BATES. T here were dal-ies tlmt Wiu-licd in dewy pride, And lilies adown theiittaduu'. And the rIoVn kin-ctip bent a.Mlc, Where the violet wootsd tlie xhtulow; And green were tlie lcre cf the apple troe, - Whare tho snimsr sun wus biniug, But.I turned away to siek, from tlw.-w, For a bud with crimson liuiug. Oh! tlie rammer days wcie warm oud briLt, And fintiy tliO wind vr trfrayiti7t Aii I waudc-rcd out In the rudi-ut liLt, , Where the dimpled ivavcn were playing; Oh! sweet o'er tLe liiidcn creamy bloom, . Ma v tbe breeze ot Southland quiver, Bet Jcarer to me the rich perfume Of the roses that grew by the river. Brightly they Hushed through th'j dewy hour Of the golden summer morning, Gently tliey b'u.-lieU w lun theduky bower The ...

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. — 14 July 1855

tElje iQaofr of Jrcdrom : Sin Mteptn iwnanUn aixh l)t Jnteaste of JiaiKas life ifetyld of i'lreeSofi).- G. W. BROtftf; Editor. Lawrener Saturday, July 11, ISj 5. 'Tba Celebration. In fast week's hasty summary of the day, we omitted sundry particulars of interest " which .we are unwilling to-let pass unchronicled. . We beg pardon, first of the chief marshal, Mr. Deitzler, next of the Jjopeka band f we had that delega tion . in miud, and did not know till we read the paper that the name had' been left out As they came 25 miles and rode by night to join in the celebration, they, dervp special mention.' , - We were personally gratified with the marks of attention bestowed upon our aboriginal friends. In the procession they were greeted with cheers of wel come, as they passed between the lines of 'escort to the seats. In the afternoon; rono among the speakers were so loudly Oalled' for,' none were . half so enthusiasri callr received, none - retired amid such thunders of applause as did ...

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. — 14 July 1855

Lawrence, Saturday, Jaly 11,1855 To Our friends. . 7Z regular ietve tjf this paper is n 8,030 onp- weekly, and it mtaht he meteruillg increased, if those who avpmrt rf ill principles and desire it success, wotitd tale the trouble to pretext its claims to hi Mxahhnrs. J Aere are Jew ajour preeetU ewt scrOert who could n4 secure osz MwiMPOwr m i Kiui with hut little effort: and tee respeetfvl- lv tuk our friends thai they call, the aifeniv tf A . 4. .1 41m Tin... HgT Ovvu 4i i- v v"w i-j . or FBsanoJi upon puflic patnmage.' 110 many, of ottr present subscribers will hand in on neoe name? .... As an inducement to exertion, each-person who shall in future send v six hew svtucribers, accom panied with $i,shzll he entitled to' a seventh topgyratie. Freemen, Awake. the pro-lavery party at Pawnee last treek fcindly developed another - more which they . hare in prospecti vely which tliey expect to check-mate the advocates of freedom. It is no less, than to re annex the Platte purchase to Kan...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 14 July 1855

i v. 1 i I f! -Select -fcefrij.- ' Vtcn the LadteJ ChritiUn AmvvZ. Lo3t and Woai. . BY ETEtOiA M- r.JtSXUXCf . ,' IlaBBtihgtne are word aochcrisbod, . Beariv loved those tonea, and low, . : . "gut tkcv brinj the hope that perished Wkhibe summer's golden glow; When the radiant charm of flower , Laid eaide her robe of pride, " And tnmd her autumn gatland,--- . V hen the beauteous rose died: Then my heart, its hope forsaking, ' ; Learned at sorrow' tooth to thrill; Learned to dread the morn' awaking, And wish in vain for Lethe's chi'J. : Whv," I cried, my soul outpouring, Come such giief.while life is young! Age gives strength; bnt youth, deplonbg, - Faints and die with heart thus wrung. . Tlie dim" future lies lcfore me, ; -. Filled with ruenioriti, robbed of light; Saviour, end my abort, sad story ; ' . I would sleep and 'scape the night!" - . Summer came, with gold tress braided, Hoses crowned again her brow; As thuir blossoms' Jell, and faded, - . Peace returned with olive bough.. ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 July 1855

TER3IS: Two Dollars per Annani"Ia AdTance. " be jtst : let all the esps tiiou aimest at be thy coektry s, Gotrs, act trctb, &. . , r - -. - ... - BY G. W. BROWN & 6loice oefrij. The Fountain in the Dell. BY MAJtlON U4BL1ND. Tlitr U a fountain in tie Jell, And it ninth evermore, A the Jauglun;? waters le.ip to light. And tingling crrsils iur. All day, to tau-h thesuu'a warm kiss, 'Ibe'casr waveieta awcM; And a wild an-.l joymij thln. of ilfo I the fountain in the deli. Bnt when it pod I jus Ioked his lat, Aud woods . ro hill a lid dark, AnJaiare uri it glassy breast - Dan bnt a fiits.m iark Tb-.-re cornea a coa-vjlt-, wailing fob, From out ths heaving wed. And Mr.g 11 n-1 Ltncc arc hii.hud till ojorn In the fountain in thu dcil. My 1rf:art i like that pladsom-i fj:nt, 'When thou. ieluved, art iiih To nntt thy loviHr eve and sniiio Th; billow lWtu hlih. Thceir.i:i2 rij'l.- lunl in gVfts, ' Ki-neth the rt-fii:il r.iy And cheerily! t cheerily! Mnfcth the dashing j-j'rry. And iik...

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 July 1855

G. BROWN. Editor ,awfC2(Tr Salurd'ay, July 2!i 1SJJ, Qor. Feeder's Suspension. It is reported that Gov. RsDKa,on arriving at $e Shawnee Mission, on Mon day Utr &snd; fetter from Secrete?? Marcy,Jalbnmng him that he was sus pended - A meaner.act, we conceive, was never cortsanisaaied by. any admiuistra-j tion. J?rank Pierce, for that act, de serves the detotaiioa of every 'American citizen. Wkbont manliness to ascribe his "motive to its real cause, he pretends it Was done for the Governor's, specula: tions ia Kaw lands. ' .- What are the facts m regard to those Lands? A number of lialf breed Iiv dians each -.purchased of govenimeut a quantity , of the public domun to the aiaouat of one mile square, and located it jtqn the north side of the Kansas river, ly ing between the Delaware lands on the fast and the Fotaw3totaie lands cn inc wesx. making a strip one mi thirty miles l&ng. North of-this strip was tlie prcttiot prairie in Kanwvr, and all ojen tD fctllct; tut there was no ...

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 July 1855

l)e derail) of Jtccftomn &u Jn&enlKnt iljt Interests J&niag J)i ifetyiO of frecdoft). Lawrence,' Saturday, Ja!y 21, 1855. To Our Friends. Tie rwular utvet-ftV peper iipw 2.000 ep- irulf, and it -might he materially hicrcatJ, if thctt ako apprvte if if principle and dttirt it iwteeee, wxdilUtk t?Ct irtnJtle toprteU its claims Uki't niiffVort. " Thtre are few f ia prrttnt tit tcrihtrs ichfi could nU teeure oxe kiw jtEsr-oxsi-BLt same I'M. bid lilVe effort; and te retpcetul ly till our friends that the) call the atUnlitfH if their aajvatAtaneet to t4 claim f the IIejuXd or Fkkidok vpon pvllio patronage. Ilout many ,f our pretent ubtrbrn .tcUl' hand in one nw name? A an inducement to (xeHfoneach perenntchi $iXl in future u.kd v tti nee tulfcr&ert, accom panied 'with ii.iall be entitled to a tecenth epg yratU- Those Reservoirs. .We present our reader with the sub scription pap?r circulated on Wcdnss diy and Thursday of the preseut week ; and call attention to the card of ...

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. — 21 July 1855

IV H i lje;ete Snfci cm the interest of ISanaaa. i f St i Ml it if t . geleetoefrfl. Move On. ' Tlie march of life should never atay r All -things should-onward tend lion should not elogogresaion' way, . But strive t move and mend. Th waters wove in depth of occaa, The stream Jon? I8 dale, ; . And rivuleU-wilh onward motion,' . ' Through sweet and verdant vales " .... Move on!' - The clouds move gently thro' the sky, ', '. The earth roll ever on; - - "; ; . Time swiftly in its coarse runs byr " " And years pas one by one. . ,' -Men, too, should strive to follow them, In this their onward way, Permitting naught the tide to stem, Bat ever, day by day . Move on!.' . Ifcn may Be wiser, if tBey strive ;' More virtuous, if they will; JtTKl who, within thU world, would thrive, " Must aim at higher still!. . Let bigots stand by doctrines old, The wise will. pass them by; Weak minds may cling with subtle hold, Bat strong one valiantly - . - . . . Move on! Like waters rolling to the ocean, Do...

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. — 28 July 1855

, -. . . . -.vr; --- . . , . . i 1 - t TERMS : Two Dollars per Annam--In Adfanct. "BK JCST : LEI ALL THE KXDS TftOU AAlEST AT BE THT'cdCKTRY'sCOD's, AJT1 TECTH's . AVFAnilyXcwspaptr:--Iiicpe2deiit on HI Saljccis BY G. VV. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORVj SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1855. NILMBEll 30-YOLUME I. 3 1 From tlu Zfftraior. " ' Ham an Brotherhood, " Onr flag ia to the breeze mnfurled ' - It glorr shall for aye increase; -For nith its foW a ranoraeTorll Shall dwell in liberty and peace: In Freedom's glorious catme wc ban 1, ' ?or care to ask where man was born, Or what hia rank, or native jni .' Trut aoala aucb vain dUtiiKftiuaa acorn t . Usraanitv, throughout th earth, - ' la one by jSTature-'a aacre.1 tics; . The accident of mortal birth Jfo jiist enpreinaey ininlioar. " Ko race wu born U he abhorred . From the same origin all spring : The serf is enal to the lord; The mbjeet lofty fca tha king ! ; " ' ' The itror.gshonld vindicate the weak; The rich compassionate the po...

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. — 28 July 1855

if child of ttahtyi G. W. BROWN, EditcT.'. Lawrence, Saturday, JaIr2S,1855. Ulassaehuseta Dene For. Since the manufactories of Ma&achu- . fvit arc closed, in consequence of reso lutions adopted at laveLoIding meeting in Missouri, pledging' to refuse to pur chase any longer articles manu-&ctured iu the former Statewe trust the manu facturers will remove to- Kansas and la bor at their calling here. It is hard that tiro or ih eee counties in Missouri should close p thousands of the largest manu- . fscturing establishments of New Eng- -: land, and be instrumental in withdrawing millions of capital from the country, and " nil because some half dozen slave breed- ' crs iu Missouri would nat buy the shoos for their "niggers" from Massachusetts, , or a few hundred yards of their coarsest cotton awl woolen fabrics, amounting in the aggregate, possibly to the enormous 3m of one hundred dollars. Yet so it - Ut we suppose; judging from the tone of . .the fire-eating f rets of idtswrt uh...

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. — 28 July 1855

4. 1c JfehilD of reSoij). Lawrence, Saturday, July 2$, IS.35. To Car Friends. , . 7X nymlar tuvt W Vc-Pr i 9,009 cp tes teeelfy, and it tnifht be materially increased, ifthnee eho approee j iu principle and dtzire it imece, to-mid lake the trwlh to present its eiaiu UU nehhbort. -17ere aretw tftmr preemt tth seriher ravld n4 akwv-oxk jw jni ble yutt vUk btd little tfvrt; and tee rpeeijml- lu ak oar frund IMI itru ra v rW aenvaintanee to tlu eJaim ff the ilraAiu or FftEEDOX upovpvhlic fnitrnofe. .f our tHrttut evhtTiler trill fumd cf cur present $vlcriler in one Mir mmmtr A an inducement U exerttnn, 3cA ptrfu vko shaft in future Sf.nl v six tttt sulrilr, etcom panied Kith $Z,hall be tat tiled to. a sttenlh tepa yratit Mosquitoes. From reports in the eastern papers it would be supposed that Kansas abound ed with musqiutoes ; but thus far if they exist we hare not made ihir acquaint - ance, mce. We do not recollect of seeing ., - t- - - ne since our residence in. Kansas, a pe- one riod...

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. — 28 July 1855

S ii i n i Ik! JI i i ! If . - To the Mourner. - ' . ET ltTEK H.' Cll'ltDS. - W1y d row sigh, tho' the windsblow folsndly? W fry aliutild y a weep at the trouble you bear ! Why should you mourn that your eky" locks jw cL-.udyf '".--'-' Wfl.r should you wish that the joeno was mors - fair? - - ' Deep in your heart is a mine of rich treasure If yon but search you-can bring ii to light; " Then will your sadness bechanced into pleasure, - And what's nowjsodarkl illormnedpy light. Then will the sorrow that cow oyc-feorac. you krve but ah glides to point out 'your vtr .And the dark hours that riow may surround you What, though you languish with j.ain aul with ! What, though tou mourn IjT the "ova that ah "Ernst in your God, takeTio heed, of tfio morrow, . .oear an in meekness, ami nope to tta last. Then shall yonrsonl, all humbled by trial, ' Ssanetified be by, the strike of Uu rod, And the true faith, thbt will hoar no denial, " East all secure, in the word of i ts God : , -Then shall th...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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