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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 8 September 1855

TER3IS :Two Dollats per Annan In Advance. A Family Xcwspaprr: Indfpcndctt on All Snijfft5. BY G. W. "BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1855. NUMBER 36VOLUME I. The Fountain in the Dell. BT MARION' HAMLAXD. TLtre U a fountain in the Jell , Ail-lit iujr';tU cvenniTu, As tlie liiairhiu waters Iwip to li;xlit, AuJt tinkling crystal jx.nr. Aii day, l catch tiie mih wann ki.', .The cajrer wavelet wi-ll. And ifwild au I jfyou-itliin? of life 1 the fountain in the (toil. Hut wlicn its god luw Inokc-I IiL Iat, Au'l wtxxh) grow chill and dark, An J stars upon hi jrlius.y breaat, . Dart hat a flCetitijr spark. There come a cca;J-s, wailing sob, From out tu j Leaving well And "ig and dance are liuslied til mora, lu the funnUin in the Jill. My heart ia like that $rlahwine fount, Wlicii thou, beloved, art niyli ; To meet thy living eye and aniile The bilio'w ri;th liiru, Tlie eireiinjr ripple hf mid in glee, licnuaUi the genial ray; And eheeiilj I U ehuertiy! rmig...

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. — 8 September 1855

tEI)c gjemlu' U Scotoma: Sin Snucpcnittnt amiln HctosfiapaviOcuDttb to umamtg anil tljc Sntcresls of Iian0u0. ! f hi " u If 1 I .-! I: i 1 1 i i t 3! I' ; 1 Xfa 2fei-Ald of D-eefaft). G. W. BHOT7I7, Editor. Lawrence, Safarday, Sept. 8 1&53. FOB " SKilGATK TO OOSGRESSr ANDREW II. REEDER. The Ei Sprinss Convention. It was oar good fortune to . be In at tendance during the entire session of the Free- Stale Convention, which convened at Big Springs'on the" 5th irtst. Dele gates were there fiom every district, save the 1 Gih, and a finer tody of men are sel . dora seen together. The only fault we could Cud, there was too much talent among them, else too many persona who wished to distinguish themselves. They came together from all parts of the Ter ritory, and-wero representatives in Kau nas from all sections of the Uuion. It was but natural, therefore, that there should be a difference of opinion upon minor questions, and that those divisions should engeuder discussion. 1 We givo die...

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. — 8 September 1855

J- - Jlje getylS of f Hifoty. Livreatf , Sitardaj, Sspt 8, 1833. . To Oar Friends. TJ4 regular iut if this Pr 2.090 cof its KetLlf. J it wVf b vtaleriaZIy icrumid. if tkott wAo appevt if Us j-riAripltt aXl dtsir iu d ts. teovld lukt tU tLlt to przxt its tlaii U, kis ntiykiwr. '- Tktrt rfic if otcr prttent V trutr tcki fmld n4 ecre OSH w KLsfoxm ile same tritA but litlU firt; end w rttpsrff ul lif 0t our fritmls that tuv the atttntiun if tktir svuaiiuce U the claim if tk Hzuald of oar prtteiU subscriber tci-'l hand i cm msi j. u iJremtt to tfertio, tat utrmm lo j ikaJl i future tnd v u ttc subteribtrt. uee- tZuJ, M lt,Mi U titled u a th t:j fat Free Slate Delesite Convention. Are&ihly fc the published call for Debate from each Representative Dis trict ia Kaunas Territory, to bo appor tions! among the several Districts in the proportion of five DdejaUjs to each Rep- i number of votes t which it is entitled recitative, to meet at . 1 Springs on I to representatives in this Conventi...

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. — 8 September 1855

Firths Jltvaltl'ff Frttdoim. Kansa3 Emigraat Sons. BT EZXEIEL C1IVEJT. Air 2ullg Ely. Patriot, ho ! Would ye know Where th3 Kansas flow, What a rich reward for toil I Freedom there Iw&toas i Piste yonr 'hand on iis laud, ',, And. like farmer's U ue, . Show vour lore of labor, there, - Anil the soil subdue. . . ' lionersf' Letyoorear Catch tlw voice of song , " That Kan dales and prairies too To Freedom's heirs beiong. t ; ' - H?.ir mo, then, working men ! Kansas we will oi'l. Aril tlic rights whi.-h we will guard Whoshall dare inva-b? ! Who shall f!ii-e there that man, Merchandize shall bef -Who shall rob him of hi right. Toiling to be free I Strong lather J w ise mothers ! Har the voije of song Tlie jubilee we Ion to gee The overthrow of wrong. I Ik that' w be ne'er denies . . - What U good for yon ; Anl. if honestly you deal, AnJ yonr word ore true Strong aud tree yon will be A the wind that blow ; And from seed of Truth and Peace Golden fruit will grow. , Brave brother 2 ttue...

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. — 15 September 1855

TEE.1IS Tvro Dollars per Annua In Advance. ' BB JCST Z LET ALL THE EXDS TIIOB AIMEST AT BE THT COCSTKt's, GOD'S, AXD TKCTIl's. A Family Newspaper: Independent cn All Subjects. BY G. W, BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER .15, 1855, NUMBER 37 VOLUME I. a 'i Hie Revolutionary Soldiers. ffi,irJ.,us rt? they were the tried fix true of aneieut time ftlT.iniwf ir. who b!-d and died j.-7tl;i.-i .nrwn free clime ; rib : hallowed b-i each -red name, That Ii-;irls; to the conflict came, Ani flv 1,11 t,,c hatT' I''a",n -.rej"ilt their blood like drops of rain. j re the si-ulptnred irifU of art, Nati' li" l',vc tll ; d-1 many a hrave and jra'ilant heart ' llutli mouldered wjtere it f!l ; Ttx'"y ",:,c luxuriant waved, 1 lni ifh-am leave o'er heroes grave ; Anl Uiouu'Ii'd"-- awaits the harvest reap, tflnje ,.ur !ern Father sleep. f.iit f:r year tlie tale shall toll, jn ir.rlil.-t of Ji;f ht revealed. flj.i hravely fon.'ht who nohly full ; Awl many a will earned field, ...

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. — 15 September 1855

lje txa$ of fxttisom : &n Jn&fpn gumanitg mil) the Jwtcrcsis of Kansas. jje tfctyiO of JVeeitoft. G. "77. B20WH, Editor. Lawrence, Saturday, Sept. la. ISoj, FOK DELEGATE TO C05GREKS, ANDREW II. REEDEB. r. . Jlhe Fatal Eay. The fifteenth day ' of September, the period when the aet of "Barons"- self : styled the Legislative Assembly of Kan sasentitled 'Ax act to punish offenses. STjainst slave property," was to take ef r fect has arrived- . We quote the follow ing sections for the benefit of the reader : . Sr.c. 12. If any free person, by speaking, or by writing, assert or main tain, that persons Iwve not the right to hold slaves in this Territory, or shall in troduce intoKansas print, publi.di, write, circulate, or cause to be introduced into : this Territory, written, printed, publish ed, or cireula'ed in this Territory, any bock, paper, magazine, pamphlet or cir - cular, containing any denial of the right of persons to hold slaves in this Territo ry, such person .'shall bo ...

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. — 15 September 1855

Jij; ifeiiS of Fecdoh). Saturday, Sept. 15, 1853. To Oar Frienda. fJar ivf ti paptr itnsyp 2.000 ep . aii f tc nwttriuUy iwe-utd. 'T iri" a,'j ' it prinfiidtt ami dtrirt it if1 'hiiJr V IruuUt to oretenl it daitut ,k Ur. Hurt art fttc four rraeiU tub- ck, nulJ teevre cm new erspoxsi . .,..74 hut liillt tWmi: and tee retitdful- '$ffieJi that t!Un call the olttnli. f th claim tf tht IIekalu j . muni MucriUn Ul 1ciul t vm ntte ''u ivbtremt to tttrtiv. each jrv,tk vho . .t fnfatar "td i ufncribtrt, aectn ei1k $2,hull It trUUUd to a ttenth Burned Up. The structure erected in this city List October, and known as the "Church," f as destroyed by fire on Thursday last I: iras built at the expense of the Emi grant Ail Company, at a tinva when it rt? impossible to procare suitable mate ria with which to erect permanentdwell j3.,s. It was very accurately described jtstwintor by Mrs. Nichols, in a letter taKew England journal, which was jsequontly copied into the Herald of Freedom. e uaa nopea m...

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. — 15 September 1855

T . )t cralb of Jnrcom : Sin Jnbqwhbart jToinito Ncrospapcr, Elcpokft to uiiiamts anft the 3nttrtst0 of liansase , 'Si ,1 i 1 E y vr i jl 1 TLc Prairie Firs and tie Rom Fire. KT CIV. iOJIX FIXErOJCT. Tr? prairie f re ! st midnight honr Tha traveler hear it rearing by A onn of terror mid of pow-jr, TLat walk, the earth and licks tha lir. The wild deer on hi grassy bed, Walizi from Ii. rca:ii of breaking day, listens, and lif:s hi antlered heal. " "Snuff ti.e hut Li.ut .ud bound away. Lere tknt d'stnving angel goes. Borne on the wing of autumn's wind, lie leave n) gra-, n prairie rose. But all is sw relied aud black bcbinL Bat wlion awing come., a flowery belt, iVeroM tit: prairie's bosom thrown. Khow ns that where his foot wa felt, Tha angul dropjd a jewelod zone. But there's a fire, along whose trai k firing never scatters flower in 11 xm ; No spring e'er follows all is bla-k As midnight in a hopeless tomb. Alike upon the 1W an ! high Falls bis Strang fire ; it feeds and plays On be...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 22 September 1855

1; Sr lit iLlMlljl iT ; V LiJ ; -JU-,vx U 1 JU3 -U- V -U U . .; IfiBJiSJTira Dollais per AnnamIa Advance. "bejcst: let all thx esds thou awest aibetiii cocstrt's, codVakd truth's.'' '.' "A Family Newspaper :--IcdcpcEdciit cb All Subjects. : BY G, W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1855. NUMBER 38 VOLUME I. eiioicc f? oefHj. The Indian's FarewelL ET M. J.OCISA CUITWOOO. t farther west is it firrtlier weft ? ?v- L-I -f pa-e a!,l the Ian J of iwt ; lhaJtb'rtil't to lie whore my fathers lie, KV niv'fatbcrs died I had thought toIie ; VuJ iSw ra death-song lw' anl tleer, TJie ' "7 in llir stroa3 Jieart llure- f oi in vain tlic hope the wish in vain i 'urn mv t-i to the west again : J mm n'"u ,MC ""un 60 P1" n"'l low. Uk-re the sunlight full, aud the south winds TJk; ravi'f a2nyhalrc mr breast, t i iSe disuut wtt, to the fur olf west. 4 s I jjjvc jonrmytd Ion? o'er bills anl plain. (fr river. wide, o'er mountain chains ; I have sI'T1 while the light of t...

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. — 22 September 1855

ill v.i r.4 .si 1; jjje ifehjlD of JireeDoh. G. W. BROWTT, Editor. Lawrence, Saturday, Sept. 22, 1853. , FOR DL'LEGATK TO tOXURESS, ANDREW II. REEDEU. Gcv. Shannon. We stated in the lost number of the IIeh ild of Freedom, that Gov. Shax kos had passed this place the day previ ous, and had gonc; to Leeompton, not condescending to , call at Lawrence, -, the oldest and ir.o-t important settlement in the Terriory, as well as the most pop ulous. By some means it was reported that the Goiernor would return on Satur day, and pay us a visit ou his return trip to the Shawnee Mission, where it is un derstood his head -quarters are establish ed. The people determined ou giving 1.1m a public reception, and appointed a committee of fifteen to mate necessary arangements. In the afternoon the masses from the country b?gnii to assemble, and by eve ning there was a very Urge collection in t ur streets, .waiting with anxiety the Governor's arrival. . About four o'clock p. M., it was reported he had a...

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. — 22 September 1855

jije ifcilS of f reet)oh Satarday, Sept. 22, 183. relief, To Oar Friends. . Ur 'if I hit wr inr 2nM c- ' r;'v rfJI 7 tHt'jht be rruiUriulfy bicrm!. tin a'i'r"re '$' jria:liilra and dtxire it K,lJttl t'e tfmhU to jtvfltt it claim ,,T.'4'-ie;.tlJ,f. There are fete f ir rent tuh- lrSivtff,i'l twl thry cull tit attention 4,-u.iiV " tte daunt if fA JIkraLi " Fgia """ l"Wic I'rt (' Jlo many pK"" a!j4:rflr hand iit one ut'V 1 -Jf W'li ii,hall be entitled to a te tenth r ' Unheard of Occurrence. Cul. Lae, a member of the !.nt Con s wSio voted fur the Kansas-Xebras-JjbiHf formerly Lieut. Governor of Indiana, awl a practicing lawyer fur U,t twenty years, applied fr aj pii.irfi into the District Court of the yuyd States for Kansas Territory, Jal L?compte presiding, oa Monday lirf, an 1 was refused beraiue lie tcaulJ vilale ui wlh Vj sustain the enact-jjv-uts of the nxk Legislature of Kansas. He answered till the rctiuiremvNits of the iw and received Uie oath so far as swear :t in support the C...

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. — 22 September 1855

III I , --' m '9 Ml "I ; I m -:t ' A I 4' ' ii I fs 3 ' -3 O. W. BROW1T, Editor. Lawrence, Saturday, Sept. 22, 1855. Kansas Operations In New York. The N. Y. Kansas League have sent to the new Territory r.boat 3,000 in the past eleven months, and Lave many more prepariug to go this year. They calcu late on some thousands, in case political affairs there take the favorable direction eipeeted, wliicb the hair-brained oppo- sersoi freedom are believed to be now serving by their violent measures. The American Settlement Company have founded a very prosperous town in a most advantageous locality Council City where there are Paid to be about fifteen hundred inhabitants, busily en gaged among their abundant crops on the rolling pi airie. lhey bare long baa publie and social worship established, a free library founded, provision made for Jj.bio schools, a steam saw-mill in opera nun, several stores, ana a surprising amount of goods pasMng in large and frequent wagon trains on the iiiuta Fe ...

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. — 29 September 1855

X j ' ; ' " - ' ' ; ' ' V " ', " ' I " - - - 1 TERMS; Two Dollars oer Annnn Tn Adranro, ... ; . iru- r ; , -,. ... . ... , BS JUST : LET A.LL THE ENDS THOU AIM EST AT BE THT COnNTRT'S, GOD'S, AND TRCTIl's." A Family Newspaper :--inde?esdeiit on All Sofcje cts. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS RRITOR SATURDAy; SEPTEMBER 29, 1855, NUMBER 39-YOLUME I. ckd oefHj. From tfu 31 Y. - Tribune. Labor An Ode. ST GXOKOXW. BVXSAT. -3 in? the ax, and furcsU bow ; fje geeJi break ut in radlent bloom ; i-.!, liarveste Bmilebchiud the plough, And cities cl outer round tbc loom ; .fore towering dome and tapering 8j!res r Adorn the vale and crown the lull, - -iftfut Labor b'ghu it beacon fires, i j And plumes with smoke the forge and mill. . , Je monarch oali, the woodlands priffiT - I tThoM trunk is seamed with lightning sears, jTjl launches on the restless tide, 1 And there nnrolld the flag of stars ; jria engine with its lungs of flame, -- ' j And rilrt of bras and joint of steel, i;,-.jm ...

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. — 29 September 1855

l)c fjeralu" of ifwe&om: 5tn Jfii5cpcnint iTamilji Nnuspaptr, Iilaj6tc& to Iptnanitii cm& tlje Jfntcvcsts of Kansas. i I :i I III i i j.lje Jfei-i(13 of B-ecSofr). G-. W. BHOWN, Editor. Lawrfscc, Salnrday, Sept. 29 1835. FOR delegate to congress, ANDREW II. REEDER. Ul3representatTor:3 and Corrections. We flu J the following in the Frontier News of Ia-t week, and believe it was copied into that journal from the lead ing editorial of the Kansas City Enter prise of the wefk previous : "Lawrence, SL T.Ste alius a Ifesio. 'By last advices from this grand depot of the underground railroad, we learn a fugitive slave, belonging to a gentleman of this county, was being harbored by the abolition is is of (hat place, and that all ctTeTts to apprehend the slave have so far proved unsuccessful. The slave wa.s discovered by a brother of the owner, in the suburbs of Lawrence, in company with two of the many charitable libera tors, who infest that 'depot, or rather with two of the condu...

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. — 29 September 1855

Jfje ifelD of liJreedoii). 1 irrciicf , Saturday, Sept. 29, j 855. To Oar Frien.d3. : JV rtyular Urvt ff tki paper it nne 2,00-) C"p ia aH igil be materially iacreaeed, f& &ri,rt'f ii4i-ric tWrt ad desire it ta, tC'MiUttlt t-'t truuIJe to frttiit it claims ' lit v'il&' TkertareftictfvurfTetenttKb 'Irfrriihacoeld 't tecum osk new Ktsroxsi- jfAVK ri'A fcs fjftirt; and ice rettefful- tti r friend that, tut jr tail tie attettun f 't,;r ?aitUaMCf Ut the claim ff the Hlkald r I'sttDOM public potioiMffe. JI'Mi many j&r prtwd tubscriber trill hand in me new . ."" jM MadMI to rrrttun, tack fertnvho iLdl ftm l tit nete gultcrS-ert, aceotm- with tli,iall be eiUiUid, to a, urtittA September Prepare for Winter. j The first fori mouth has come and is J : jt "one. With the exception of two yr three days at Uie commencement of the month, when the thermometer ran up to 96 and 93 degrees for a few hours each Ut, without the usual accompaniment i a gentle breeze, and the last six days,...

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. — 29 September 1855

fiifrdr'Vir5if orfrij. ' Hope for the Best. ' SI ILIIiBZTH A . B L I K . Cheer up, ( heer np, desponding one, Look on the sunny side ; Though thy frail bark bo towing now Upon a boisterous tide, Ch?r op, cheer up, though madly rare The storms around thy war ; Kemembsr that the darkest night Precede the fairest day. Gw3r np, cImxt np, away with grief, And all corroding care ; The sun will surely thine aain, And make each ecene more fair. Cheer np, c heer up, and amile at fate, Though cmel it may seem, In taking from thee friend ao dear, And blasting each fair dream. Cheer np, cheer op, spend not thy time In rain regret and grief ; -Jl3a.cjnber that utbe robbed who cm ilea, Steal something from the thief." Cheer np, cheer up, and trust in Him Who loves and cares for all ; The One who docth all tlan ga well, And mark tho sparrow's fall. Abounding in 'fTsLcf 7e copy ia another place, with com ments, an article from the Washington Star a semi-official-organ cf President Pierce ia which i...

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. — 6 October 1855

f ' ; i J 1 1 TERMS :--Two Dollais per Annam BY G. W. BROWN & 61oice oefrlj. The Western Emigrant's Song? Ho ! Friend in the elder world hoarv, Uopofeing bevond the blue deep, All covered with battle-nclJa gtry, Where misery wakes but to w eep ; Lorn exiles from realms of oppression, . And victim's of tjrranny'a mijrht Whate'er be your name or profiWion, We welcome you here with delight. Away from thoitc lands rendered dreary By ills that allow you no rest, Of undeserved injuries weary, - Come, tome to tlu lnntit'nl Wt- 0, yes, while the war-clouds are looming, And the thunders of battle are booming, Escape to a home in tlie West ! " Weep not, when those graves ye remember, W here parents and cheri.slied ones lie ; They fear not the chills of December, Kor wiule when the vernal winds sigh ; For sweeter, at lat, will ye slumber, And softer yuur low couch shall be, If, having been ranked with their number, Vc rest w ith the brave and the free. A thousand sweet motives impel you To...

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. — 6 October 1855

"fftV' JTmitiln Nauspapcr 3ccotcl to Quinmutii ani tlic interests of Itansas. I f Evreccf, Saturday, Oct. C. 1835. FOR DELEGATE TO COXGRESS, ANDREW II. REEDER - That Letter. .The Free State, in its last issue, com j labia of us for lending our hdinence to produce undue excitement iu the East, which the editor claims ha3 a tendency to suppress emigration to Kansas. He quotes nothing from the Herald or Fkskdom to sustain his position, but pick up an extract from a private letter to a warm personal friend, who was an exile from Kansas for opinion sate, and written with no expectation of ever be ing seen by any person, save the individ ual to whom it was addressed, in proof of Lis position. From a lemnrk made in our paper of the week previous pro testing against the publication of private letters, and the mention by us that such a letter, without any knowledge of ours, 'and abounding in. grammatical and ver bal eirors, tad appeared in a St. Louis .paper from us, the editor should have r...

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. — 6 October 1855

LanrrfBCf, Satarfaiy, Oct. C, 18.35 To Oar Friends. . fit rgulir iuf tkis iwprr i mote 2,000 trop in aetHf. and it muht he materially inertatod, iftkim aJLo mfunf4' ilt ifiAtiulf umJ Htirr it ucas, tamlatitl I 'm trttMt to prtttut its eluiau In ht a HjVior. I mrt tirtjn fyv.r i-rtMiu nJ teriben if Ao oilJ tn4 curi oxx Ktw xrsroNsi LL naik ritk but litiU efort; and tc rtsptd ful ly (uk.our friend thul ty coll the attention of irttir afHOiwuiHxi o tmm catim j torn iitBALU or Fmoox vpta pullic- pattinage. JLab many . vf our present subscribers trill IuLnJ in one new " ttamet As a inuaremtht to txertim, at person ulw thai l i future tend us stx new sftUenitrs, aceot-pnud-witk be tixtilled to a ntccuLk ptj frnttt. The j Coast They Cornell Gentlemen from the south-eastern part of the Territory report that there is a heary emigration to that portion of Kansas thU fall from Arkansas, and that vll are. free State men. They are per sons who have seen the evils of slavery, jand, desiring to es...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 6 October 1855

NeiDisiJ&pcrr jUtootc&lo puttie mug cmJj tyt ntcrcsts bf tiditsas. s Ufa ifciD of fireeSoh). G. W. BROWN, Editor. Lawrence, Saturday, Oct. 6, 1855. Council City Again. In the Herald of Frksdosc of Sept. UU we published an extract from an ex eiiinge wliJch laid down three distinct 1 propositions ; lbL That Council City was one of the most thriving aad attractive towns for emigrants in Kansas. 2d, That it contained a population of 1,500 inhabitants. 31, That it was situated on the Santa Fa road, and was laid out by the Ameri ; can Settlement Company. We took issue with the two first prop . sitions, and stated in reply to the second that ten days previous there was not ten souls on the city site ; and referred to several gentlemen of unquestioned ve racity, as our authority. We took oc casion to animadvert against the officers . of the Company for allowing a story of that character to go before the country ; without denial ; then stated several ru mors which were current with t...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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