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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 13 October 1855

irtjr. lireel 1 fEBJIS: Two Dollars per Annara--In Advance BK JUST : LIT ALL TIIK XXDS TIIOU AIKEST AT BX THT COCSTRT's, GOjs, ASD TBCTIl's. 1 Fanily XeTOpaprT:--Ifi2epend,eBt ca All Snbjfcts, BY G, W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1855. NUMBER 41 VOLUME ;I fork5 I rpl IVUO! amf cd ft arx due lion vi i. ah t;i atlij Iter hit! 7cti 5-ori K-ti c I'M al ei . 3 vi ! rd ai J as. im. ; rim ,1 0rigilll oeirij. For the Herald rf Freedom. To the Freemen of Kansas. ST XM. A. 1. MASOX. And thU ia crime, .7 V,ie the ured Heaven-sent eift of speech : ,,! jjrire tho burnin-j thoagLU that crowd the i. I ' nttcranee ; to let the magic qnill, . $ Vikli vft Lath shaken thrones and caused base y. I A kinjrs ft tremble; nhicb hath rousod a world and atin into lictn; ; which, in "timei ;t tried men souls." recorded, at with f.re, jjw potent words, "All hex ake eqcal, Jrite tin heart's deep promptings all w crime. vv feed the poor ; to siielter the dLitresaed ; pviut 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. — 13 October 1855

tjljc traft'of Jrccbom: Sin Snjbqmtlrcnt -Jainilg Iasapcc; Elajotcb to )unianitii anti the JiUctcsts of Kansas. Hie ger of TreeSc O-W".-BROWIT, Editor, Lawrence, . Saturday, Oct. 13, Etill,' &on of Dr. A. Still, who resides tn the Wakarusa, dated Lebanon, Illi uois. Sfpt.25d. detail anotlicr outrage' ous transaction fur which the pro-slavery ruffians of Missouri are - Lecotolug so notorious. ' i ' -Mr; Still states that he started down tho Missouri,, on board the Polar Star, from Kansas City, .on Tuesday, tho lCth ult,, in company w ith his sister and Her. Wm. C. Clabk, of Portsmouth, N. f.,'ar clergyman of tho TTesleyan Meth odist connexion, who had been on a tour of observation in Kansas, spending sev eral weeks in the vicinity of Lawrence, ami who waa returning to i'ev Hamp shire with the view, of closing up his business there and retaining to Kansas its soon as practicable. On Wednesday morniag a discussion sprang up between Mr. Clask and a ruffian calling himself Childs, fr...

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 October 1855

1 71 reBCfi Sa tarda y, Oct . !hri&33 To Our Friends. fit ripAar uwflhi paper Uwc 2.000 cp- .ttfu. aifd it might he materially increatnl. it aPtr"rg 'if itprinelplea ami derire it tnmlJ take "he trc tile to vreeent itt claim ' i fuialjuft. There artfee tf r present ruh- i trifi CAtl'l ntit eeam via w kespoxsi- . r wxk iriih but little effvrt; and tee re'tctfal , ,1 ,MrfrirU thai they call the attention f firMcfnintaneee to tlu daunt tf the JIkbalo vJ Fbei.om iuhlic putri.uage. llto many I'''1 eubecribert wtil hand one new jit an inducement to exertion, each person tcTur in future na vu ue new tvittcntiert, acctun 4it't 'with $2,ehaU be entitled to a eexenth ttfyratii Eve of the Election. A general rallj of th3 friends of free dom was held at tho Free State Hotel in t!iis citr. on the evening previous to the elecfwn ofTaosday last. G. W. ec i tiled; assisted by several Vice Presi dents. The spacious-room on the first floorseveuty feet in length, the halls fcc, were filled to over...

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 October 1855

tEIje fjcral&'of Motown : ;n: jnSqjjifeait ::faiml of lidhsaa We give below the poems for which we c-red premiums for the best some weeks ago 1 AH reed red were snhmi ttcd to a committee of ac : Iraowledgsd atilltj, who considered the claims of each, and awarded the prizes agTeeably C eur jablLshed proposal. En II. or Fbekdox. -1st. Pannr. ; - Sens of the Retreating Pioneers. - BT BELFJf T. TOO'O- . Ara Jtralgt DavgTder. r Farewell, farewell, to thee, famed Territory, ' So pnffod in the paoora from eaet to tlie west : Of thy beauty and -joy ki these fools tell the story, '.- Wh'w fancy has fashioned go.JI mines in thy breast. Farewell to tLce, Kansas, thon humbug, o'er " ; rated. -- Where be tier is dear, and great fortnnea made alow: "Whew life is not easy, a editors stated ; Anl only black com-brcaJ and hominy grow. What tear w have wept and what groans we have uttered, (Molasses and pancake Vtre best that we had!) Jn anguish of heart we've despairingly mattered 1 No more tart...

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 October 1855

R n rv . rs. ,. u q o u m mile- c oi r-fpnv. nl if nil II fil! fill i 1 s i :a i "a U I III! I 3 till f fc ? Z 1 f 11M M tl Ir i I i HM illl I pEasa-- i i ' LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1855. Hie ifciO of ffreeSoty. O. W. BROWIT. Editor. Whitfield Vcta. The rote for Whitfield, as published in Ifn Kickapoo Pioneer, is as follows : Lawreser, Saturday, Cct. 20, 1855. No Paper. k lizsuxD cr Fnxxrxm was issued to dry, owing partly to the want of uf-i-eient help, a&d partly to the fare thai u have in our possesion only tuffiient priating paper for two mre iu-. We hose to prolong the stock now on Land j by wsuing Qjit once in two weeks until we hear of the arrival of our yearly sup ly in Kanfa City, which we ordered from Cleveland, Ohio, about three weeks ago. The IIlkald will be out next Sat urday. The People' Election. The followiug is tire rote, as far as r(t--iNl,c.-st ;ittheelpciionon the 9th of October. No person was allowed to volt w ho had not resided in th...

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 October 1855

' : , " J CST ; LET ALL THE KXDS THOU AIMESTAT BS THT CQCyTBT's,' COD'S, AKD TRUTH'S." A FaBlIj XCVSpaper! IcdtpeggCgt 08 All SflbJfCtS j BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1855. NUMBER 42 VOLUME I, Select ffoefrjj. The North Awake. BT . G. TBITTIZB. iy wjoTtnJthanki foreverrnora ! ... -i Th dreary nieht h as well nigh passed ; ft slumbers of the North are o'er -' The jiint stands erect at last. - jf jrt thad wo hoped in that dark time, - When fiiint with watching, few aud worn, ' saw no welcome day-star climb -1 The cold gray pathway of the morn ! ! 0!i weary hours ! Oh nijrht of years ! What storms our darkling pathway swept ; here, beating on our througing fears, - v faith, alone, our march we kept. $ Hf jeered the scoffing crowd behind, J H." mocked before the tyrant train, " A. one by one, true and kind t- fell fainting in our path of pain. " TlifT died their brave hearts breaking slow, But, self-forgetful to the last, t- la norila of che...

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. — 27 October 1855

Tili -Kt't'oi flf 'FrVi'.ftah 1 ss-M- JU"i'- j-. G. W. DKOW2T, Editor. Lawrence, Saturday, Od. 27.1855.ifhim,foote,,P?a'thectof lsia - ... , j ing aa original pro-slavery man and the Letter from Gov. Shannon. i first rerson who made a sneech on that We give on oar fourth page a lengthy letter from Got. Shannon, iu which he takes occasion to deny that he defined his j post .ion at Westport, while on his way 10 Kansas, in regard to slavery. At the same time he discusses several other questions which are of but little interest to the public, and yet, for the truth of histoiy, it is well the facts should be stat ed, as it is presumed he is better cogni zant with them than any other person. It will be a source cf true pleasure to Presidents of Kansas to learn that so distinguished a person as the Governor thinks it would be a matter of "bad taste and out of place, to have introduced a subject calculated to excitetbe feelings passions or prejudices of his audience," on that occasion. TLcy...

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 October 1855

n Qtlje crafo of irccbom: Sin 3ritopnt$cnt jamUtf aid tljc Jnlcrcsls of Itqnsas; Jij: JfeiiD of FeOolii). Uffieccc Saturday, Get. 27, 18.5 j. To Oar Friends. j4 rviuhvr ittve ff thi paper U rune 2,000 enp- willy, and it tniaht be materially icreud, iftM api'rtir f He fruicijJe akd deeire ite ' &. k t!" truMe to prent He claim 'to h i M'jVr Then art ft ip f our preterit evb rtrfari iek fftul mot necuri oim NEW kesfonsi tLt jiAiiE iritk hut little effort; unit we rnj-ecfful-Utskvurft-Und that they call Ike alltrUvjn tf htir av(nainlace to the claim if the Heboid 't f Bttooa vptn puttie patmnage. JLms many frtunt rultcj-ibtrt will hand in oa new At o inducement to exertuti, each pertr-n vho in future tend u tie new eulttcr&t&re, accvtn jinlei aiik li,ehall he entitled to a tetenth :iyratii. Lawrencs and 19 lvea worth. A week or two ago we noticed an ar ticle ia the Territorial Register, published a Leavenworth, proposing the building f a road between that city and Law rence...

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. — 27 October 1855

II lit I I i s -1 Forth UtrttU tf Freedom. of the FaLat-Heaited. , Soas Tcse Avid Lang Szne. We come from Kru! sparkling streams ; From Kansas' hills ami plains: - - l!ow cr uld our spirit bear the strife, Or see tha slave in cluin J , W?ve loft a land of va!c anJ flower ; . Of b-auty- and of light : ; Yet war must come let other Is-art - - Than our'a, go fvrth to fight. . .. Ve went to see the law less uk4 " likl Justice stand a-lo : Wewept Oh! could we do ought els To stay the fearful tide f Ob, cruel fate, to place the h-.nd tf slavery on her hil'e And hid tlw blood of noble mtn Flow darkly in her rill. And wildly black those la- arts must be, Who, tearless of 0t' frown, Dare disobey His holy law. " And chais ULi chiicirea down. ; We wash oar lands from guilt liia this, . And turn to quiet life ; -And 'neatb our vine sit sweetly down, Fotgetful of the strife. ; . Ko' let them hind thcrr fetters on ; Let driven ply the lai-h t We're safe tboujrb Kansas' mountains fall We m ould no...

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. — 17 November 1855

? TERMS :--Two Dollars per Annua In Advance. . - , , .,.-. I Familv Newsoaccr: Indfrccdfct on All Sotjccts. r "BKJCST: LET ALL THE THOU USiSST AT BX THT COUKTRT S, GOD S, AND TBCTH S. , IflllJ i1CHspifCi iuuri.ii.uti. an luhm BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1855. NUMBER 43 VOLUME I. Select oefftj. Home. ST W. -WIEisTIB CLAfLIK. Jjrth may bo&st har reined scenes Of beauty rich ml rare, Her hoards of wealth and glitt'ringgema That sparkle everywhere ; But steered by fortaiie'a hand along, W Licit ever way I roam, t iil no spot so dear to me Ai ei j old cottage borne. It U not bard tA rather friends Our journeying to cheer -Friends for a day, but friends in name Unlike the near and dear ; The cherished few who cluster round Th3 old nnfcstral ieat, Wln re, tired of all the carta of life, We rest our weary feet. The heart will own no intercourse With nattering smile and word, But turns to a more genial dace Where Love's soft tones are beard...

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. — 17 November 1855

. . -,' fTV 1, : i t if?'? Ilje 5fcil3 of BeOoty. O. W. BROWN, Editor. Lawrence, Saturday, Xor. 17. IS35. Apprentico Wanted. A toy from 14 to 16 years of age j wanted immediately at tLi office to learn the printing business." Missouri vs. Paupers. A low estimate places the amount of money'expended in Western Missouri, in consequence of the heavy Eastern j emigration to Kansas, at 81,000,000. This money has beeu expended for pro visions, cattle and horses, for labor with teams, &c, and ha become the circula ting medium.along the border, and pass ed from hand to hand, adding wealth to every person who has had the handling of it. Whilst the commercial cities, and in fact all parts of our extended country, have felt the pressure of the money mar ket, times hare been eomparatiely easy in Western Missouri. Provisions have commanded double the price ever known before, and a home cash market has been found for everything produced. There Is not an intelligent person in the country who is...

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. — 17 November 1855

i l)c emtb of Jrcciiom : 5ln Mttpfntont ; jfamito-Ncwspa tlic 3nfcsis of Kansas. Jije 5fel3 of reeOoh). larcnce, Saturday, Kor. 17, 1835. Free State Notice. The Free State voters of Kansas Ter ritory are requested to meet in their re jpeclive Districts on the 15th of Decem ber next, to choose Delegates to a Free Sate Convention, to be held at Lawrence, Saturday, December 22 J, 1855, to nom inate candidates for Representatives to Congress, Governor, Lieutenant Govern or, Secretary of State, Treasurer, Audit or, Siat Printer, Attorney General, three Supreme Judges, Clerk and Re porter of die Supreme Court, and all oth er State officers to be voted for on the third Tuesday of January next, and to transact any other business that may properly come before the Convention. Xhe number of Delegates from each Dis trict respectively to equal the number of Siate Senators and Representatives, ac cording to the apportionment by the Constitutional Convention. C. ROBINSON, Chairman Free State Ex. 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. — 17 November 1855

MM WW' t i ' - ! 4' i 'A I v if- It::; tel.: 1:' IS .1 . . a lit - : - 1 iivi.-: - 'if-: ,3 v.i . 4ii r : i'- - . S:' I'"- . O. W. BROWN, Editor. Lawrence, Saturday, Not. 17, 1855. Freedom vs. Slavery. Oar friend E. W. Benkett, while on his way to Kansas Ciiy a few days aro, says he met crowd of pioneers from Illinois, and other Western States, on their way to the Territory. Covered teams were metalmost constantly. There were ten emigrant wagons in one train well supplied with stock and all the ap pliances for building up a home in a new country. They appear to be making their way principally to the Neosho, and the south part of the Territory. Mr. B. further states that four fam ilies of pro-slavery persons, formerly from Kentucky, camped with him one night on the Wakarusa. They were on their way, with their negroes, from the Territory, and said that where they had settled, near Bloomington, they were completely surrounded with Yankees that they did not like such neighbors for their...

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. — 24 November 1855

rl i t W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1855. NUMBER 43-VOLUME 1. BY Gi Suffers. Ljation of the Slate of Kansas. 1'riamble: rthe People of the Territory of a, by our delegates in convention Ublel at Topeka, on the 23d day. of tyr, A. u. 3oo, ana of the inde voce of the United States the eight rear, having the right of admission , he Union a? one of the United of America, consistent with the 11 Constitution, and by virtue of taty of cession by France to the A States of the Province of Louis- u ju order to secure to ourselves and posterity the enjoyment of all the $ of life, liberty, and property, and free pursuit of happiness, do mutu ,ree ith each other, to form our Wmto a free and independent State, e name' and style of the State of as, oounaea asiouows; w wn; Dninir at a point on the western adary of the State of Missouri where thirty-seventh parallel oi norm lau- !- crosses the same ; thence west on parallel to the eastern boundary of r Mexico...

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. — 24 November 1855

ticket, tiWkd "GsnstftatW' "No ' south of the month of Em erek ; thence j Constitution." Khichelectidn Via!, be due north to the mouth of Em creek, 111 byaTe Ju6saajcoudiK:fe'liandupsaidcrefktotheSanta Fe road, ui.dt-rtfce tjiWrlauoii and restric- and thence bja direct line in a norther- ' ' i a. -j j i j: . ,- t - tkcrionof mrrTb?ns of the General As-1 fcnl,!rad the Ju.-l t!.rin namwl ' tl r.Il within ten day a'tpr said election, ! day fen cp and trait 2: i( lo tie Chairman of , ire Executive G:rcmu:ee of Kansas Ter- I tit ly the result of si.il election, who t-ha'i fox tl.n iih make I'jroclamatioa of the envr.p ; and in c ase the Constitution be j:uif,-'J by the pjple, tl;e Chairman of tl Kx-uiive Committee Jiall cause pub ... li-aliun to be made by proclamation that an election will bo hei J on the third Tucs- h day of January ,.A. D. 1G56, forGovern- " or, Litute nan t Governor, Secretary of :ate. Treasurer,. Auditor, Judges of the ;s Supreme Court, State Printer, Attorney Geiie...

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. — 1 December 1855

BV G. W. BROWN & Number 44-YOLUJiEii LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1855. CO. 5ec 13. No soldier shall, in time of i qualified from holding any office ce, be quartered in any house, with- or or profit in this State, who sha nation of the State of Kanaas. Preamble : tlie People of the Territory of . Aiir delegates in convention u ' O i . .- T .,i. on An r.( r. A. D- 1355, and of the Inde 3ceof the United States theeight W iWinS tne r'o'lfc of admission fa Union as one of the United 4 of America, consistent with the Constitution, and by virtue of pyvv of cession by Franco to the .jSa'csof the Province of Louis- J r ii .i jttterity uso enjo incut ui an me of lik liberty, and property, and & pursuit of happiness, do mutu ,rree with each other, to form our J'mU) a free and independent State, $ aune aud style of the State or , is, bounded as follows; to wit: win" at a point on the western hrjot the State of Missouri where iirtv-seventh parallel of north lati ;.c...

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. — 1 December 1855

n it if ! --ft ill. u n;taiMD ty voting a written or printed ; roth of the mouth of Elm rwk ; thence ticket, labelled "Cou.litathn" or "No jdae north to the month of Elm creek, ' Cot'istifcutfon," Iflih-h election shall be ' and tip said creek to the Santa Fe road, held by tliaje Judges and condncted! and thence by a direct line in a norther-; under the rante reflations and restric- i It direction to the southwest corner of :. ti4is as is hereinafter provided fof the election of rncabers of tie General As- tembly, and the Judges therein named ahall within let days after aid election, Up and transmit to the Chairman of the Executive Conimittee of Kansas 'fer-lot ritory 'the - result of Mid election, who shaft forthwith wke lVrlarnat:rn of the same ; and in case the Constitution be ratified by the people, the Chairman of tiv- v ri 1 ' , " V ' lx 7 i UWM:! l,cai! P?0' Jicatum to be riadebv proclamation that an election will be held on the third Tues r, -mi i ii ,. . j day of January, A...

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. — 1 December 1855

i ilTll'vH f &yvUli.'l - f- 1- . cttuHiT-' :nf 1. 1835. V- t i in j n - frfSCP, I8w.Nebraka bin wa pendm-m Con ! a Leciure on Education. tfrs. C. tHAPHi ' ilation of the South, cannot senda many ,.. 0 Lawrence, at orac place to be a.ed io a notice, on m-xt Sabbath, I-' , .I' B!,Ut f .jjfeM tneu ujvn me jf, rela.wns to health and (J..rel'f njcnu jj. ecutiTe Comaxhtee. , r T j Ex u ive romiuteoi ioe ier- r, " of Kanas a; apjin:ed at the - ad eaJod bj Ui Coiwi.a- j j Couvniioa, consists ol President, Lawrence. ' t GooBis, Secrelarv, " . ;.V. Smith, " Vr. B.-own, lJ. Parrot, Leavenworth. Gianeii Ciiy. Topeka. S. bchuyior, t IWIidar s tlie nbiice of any other legally Ltituted authority, this committee has iaresled by ihe people, with all the ,ers that may bo neces-sary for setting flieeisof government in motion un il,e new ConstiiuJou ; and as Mich I j bold staled meetings once in- two .ii at the otace ot the Uomnii-.ee in were authorized to issue evi Jen- L f indebtedness agarast th...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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