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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 20 October 1854

'tr m -r ;-.--f!,..f 'jd 1 ...... ........ .. i : :v- - f 'f ' '' -.r. I , . .... .3 . I - : BY OSBORN & ADAMS, V '. ' rS'XX;:: J T a .1 r J t i v t IS PUBLISHED ETXKT FRIDAY MORXING, BY - OSBORN & ADAMS, - : WM. J. O9B0a.1T. ' WV. H. ADAMS. Publication Office, in Herald Buildings on Levee, 2 doors below Corner Broadway. 1 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1 Copy, one year fa advance . 3 Copies, to. one address, one year 5 Copies, - "-:, " " 1 Copies, " " " 20 Copies, ' ' '.. 50 Conies. " " " $2 00 5 0O 8 00 15 00 25 00 50 00 Na name will be entered in the subscrip tion books of this paper until the money is paid. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One square,' (12 lines) first insertion $1 00 One. each additional insertion, 50 One " 3 mouths,.-. '5 00 One " 6 " . 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 all cases, be paid for before they are inserted.- PUBLIC ACTS OF TH...

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. — 20 October 1854

rrr I j -- -r j. 7- V J: y i "4 i Sect. 2. And be. it further acted, That there be, and is hereby appropriated to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Navy, for - the purpose above specified, and for altering;, comple ting, and launching the frigates Santeei'at . Kittcry, ancf Sabine, fit; New York, Jthe sura of -three millions of dollars, out ofahy money in the treasury not otherwise appro priated. ' - . - Approved, April6, 1854.. . CHAP.-XXXIII-An jCct for the Benefit of cit izens and occupants of the Town of Council - ""RlrrS". In To.1T--. -, r" - Be it enacted by the Scftite and House of Representatives of the"' United States of America in Congress assembled, That the judge of the county court as such, lor t. county of Pottawattamie, in the State, ; Iowa. be. and he is herebv. authorized" the of to enter at the proper land' office, by paying therelor, at the rate ot one dollar ana twenty-five cents the acre,' me west half of the southwest quarter of section th...

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. — 20 October 1854

M: ' If I f- Y. r S , c .1:-' i:" 5 THE KANSAS HERALD, :TRXD AX OCTOBER;. 20, 1854. Weare authorized to announce" Jaues N. Bttikes. Esa. as a -Democratic candidate for Delegate to Congress for 'the- Territory; of Kansas. .--7,..; rv-- , -r ' ftT We are authorised to announce JB. Ch Arse Air, as acandidate for' .delegate in Con. gress iroiu iansas .Aemtory.- ,. ;. .-,; v ; , . ' : '. - m : ' - 1' ST'Providencc, permitting, Rev.Tiiib- erickv Starr will preach at .the Leaven worth House, on Sabbath! Morning, Oct. 22nd, at half past ten o'clock. - ' Excursion of the -Governor. V - Gov. Reeder, Attorney General Isacks, Judges Johnson arid Elmore, Gen. Flen niken, I Mr. Donnelson Marshal, and Dr. Ray B. Scott started" fnom Fort Leaven worth on Wednesday morning last for an excursion through ' the Territory. 'They will go out on the north side- of the Kansas as far as the Potawatoinie agency or per haps to Fort Riley, and return on the south side of the river. They will remain out a bout t...

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. — 20 October 1854

In his'poaccful faabhalioh sch the u,Tkriks of theTaaldn ,Rifez-"ijTNaith TJarolina; Damcl Boonei the illustrious hunterv- had heard Finley, n trader, so memorable as the pioneer describe a tract of-land west of Virginia Z3 the richestin North America or in the world.-,'.' In. May, 1769, Tearing his wife and offspring, having . Emily as his pilot, and four others as his companions, the young ina'n of about three and twenty wandered forth throuorbf the wilderness of America, "in quest of the country of Ken- tucky," known to the savages as "the Dark and Bloody Ground," the "Middle Ground" between the subjects of the Five .Nations and the Cherokees. , Alter a long and . fa tiguing journey through-mountain ranges, the party found themselves in June on the Red River, a tributary to the Kentucky, and from the top of an eminence surveyed with delight the beautiful plain that stretch ed to the north-west. Here they built shel ter and began tor reconnoitre and to hunt. All the kinds of wild ...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 27 October 1854

r r i "v '"v-' . .-dUx 'sitf!fc-eii S'j- ),.;--.-:.; , . ; ;; . v -.w ..'.-i:,: ypwo Pollaro Advance. BY EASTEN & ADAMS, AVEjORTHi j ii.""'! i' V VOLUME 1 --NUMBER 1 LB r 1 V- WEEIiXY IIEHALJ IS PUBLISHED EVEET FKIDAT KOKHIXO BY EA8HN fc ADAMS, I.UCIAJT J. E AS TIN. ... , WM- H- ADAMS. Publication Office,' in Herald Budding, xm "Ltvte, 2 doors below Corner Broadway. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. . 1 Copy, one year in advance ...... "3 Copies, to one address, one year 5 Copies, " " " " 1 Copies, ", f 20 Copies, " SO Copies, " " ' i .$2 00 . 5 00 8 00 15 00 25 00 50 00 No name will be entered in the subscrip tion books of this paper until the money is paid. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One square, (12 lines) first insertion $1 00 One " each additional insertion, 50 'One " 3 months, 5 00 One u 6 " 9 00 One " 12 f 15 00 X)ne-fourth column, one" year, 25 00 One-half " " " 40 00 One " " " 70 00 Announcing candidates, Tin advance, 5 00 Transient advertisements must in all cases, be paid for before t...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 27 October 1854

shall rprnrtl and 'nnrxnwe nil lio o-nrt . I'lWVVVUllua VI tUL UL'L'UUIUIC.- ID1V 1 T l .1 1 1W.' ' -' crci naiu?r consuiuiea, ana &u tue acts and proceedings of the Goretnoiuthis Execu tive Department; heCshalliransatit onp co py of the laws and journals of the Leg&la live Assembly within thirt3ays; after 'the etui of eiicltession, eropyvof'!(he executire proceedings and oScial corre-- spondence semiannually, on the first day of January and July -in each year, to the President of the "United -States, and two co pies of the lawsto the President of the !sirtf; mid to lite Speaker" of the House of Representatives, to be deposited. in: the. li braries of Congress ; and, in case ;of the death J rerhovql, resignation or absence -of tbe Governor from the Territory, the Secre tary shall he; and he is hereby; authorized and required to execute and perform all the powers and duties of the Governor during such .vacancy or absence,' or until another Goveunor sliall be duly appointed an...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 27 October 1854

5? it 1 ;f THE KANSAS HER AUD - 3?? W-reauthorized to fumoanee Jame N. Bttkb8, Esq. a a -Democratic candidate for Delegate ' ' to Congress, ' for tie 1 Territory; of Kansas. ,r'i',.M-!'i -. 'U "1&EF' We are( authorised to " announce' J- B. Caiax, as a'cindidate for delegate in Con. gress from KansaiTerritory ' , V ',';u v .- ! J5Proyidence pernyltingri Rev. Fbed' xkick Stabb, -will pieach at the Leaven worth H?use pix Sabbath morning, Novem ber 5th; at half past ten o'clock. v -: CoREpoKDEiT6.We' have two or tliree communications on hand, : we are compelled to lay over. - : The great length of the Kansas bill and proceedings of the Squatter meeting crowd out several edito rial articles. ' ' :. ;.. A poetical effusion devoted " to the ' Elm Tree, under the shade, of which the first No. of the Herald was issued,' will appear soon. ' - -.'- ' " JLeaventcorth House, . This House is kept by Messrs. Keller & Kyle, two accommodating gentlemen, who do every thing to make their guest...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 27 October 1854

JAnel I 2T - - CANADA RAILWAY OPENED FROM Detroit to Niagara Fall.! Forming a direct and connected line of Railroad from Alton, 111., via Chicago, Detroit, Niagara Falls and Buffalo. PassengersVoing east can now take the new short route, avoiding the man y annoyances the y have been ubjeetedto in taking the South Shore Road around Lake Erie. The distance saved, the easy grades, and the large amont of Air Line, make it t&e most desirable i onte to Niagara Falls. Buffa- In, A1ttnr K Vnrlr .i Tln.tnn 1st.- Morning Packet will leave St. Louis dai ly (Sundays excepted,) from the foot of Wash ington Avenueatj o'clock, a. m. train for Chicago. - 2d. Evening Packet will leave at 4 o'clock, p.m., ( Sundays excepted)connecting at Alton with. tire 9orclock p. m. tram for Chicago, De troit, and all eastern cities, via the GREAT WESTERN RAILROAD. TIME PROM ST. LOUIS TO NEW YOHjf, 47 HOURS! Passengers by the Great Central Route- will take one of the Passenger Packets from St. Louis to Alton; ...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 3 November 1854

3 8 J r: ':U vC L. W 111 13 ra k MM 4 oil ti !xu-v .-. P. A ) 3?x7"o IO ollars BYEASTIN & ADAMS, ; LEAVENWORTH, K. T., NOVEMBER 3,: 1854. li1: .;;;;;;, V0LU&1E NUMBER1 8. r '1 7 KANSAS TYEEULT HERALD. 19 PUBLISIJZD ETEBY FKIDAY MORNING, BY EASTIN & ADAMS, LUCIAN 3. EA8TIN. WM. H. ADAMS. Publication Office, in Herald Building t on ;. Levee, 2 foors below Corner Broadway. : TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1 Copy, one ye ar in advance $2 00 3 Copies, to one address, one year 5 00 5 Copies, " - " " 8 00 1. Copies, " " " 15 00 20 Copies, " " 25 00 60 Copies, " " 50 00 No name will be entered in the subscrip tion hooks of this paper until the money is paid. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. "One square, (12 lines) first insertion One " . each additional insertion One' " 3 months,. ...i. $1 00 50 5 00 One " 6 " , 9 00 One 12 " 15 00 One-fourth column, one year, ...... .... 25 00 One-half " " 40 00 One " ' . ...... .... 70 00 Anaouncin candidates, in advance, 5 00 Transient advertisements must in al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 3 November 1854

5J 4 !.i 1 "Ori any sum-not exceeding one hundred dollars sixty per cent; but any pestmaittr aKVrfjtose cfuce the mail is to arrive rega Jerjjbetween the hoars ofiiue o'clock at .-..nitjand five o'clock in the inoroing, may fce:allowcd seventy per cent. I on the first hundred dollars. ; l --V?- On any sum over and above, one Jiun dred dollars, and not exceeding ' four hun dred dollars, fifty per cent. ; On any sum over and above four hun dred dollars, but' not exceeding twenty-four hundrad.dollars, forty pci-Cjpnt.; ""nd on all sunn:. over twenty-louT hun dred dollars, fifteen percent. ?;- ' . On the amount of .postage on- letters and packages received at a distributing office lor . distribution, twelve --and one half per tent commission may be allowed; Every postmaster whose corapellsation shall not exceed five hundred dollars in one quarter, shall be allowed one cent on every free letter delivered out of his office, except such as are fcr . the postmaster, himself. But the special...

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

-ft : t ) - -v .7 ' i J 7 "5. ? v V i i f . ... , if V . 1 .THE KAN SASfiER AJJ FBJDAY NOVEMBER.?; ii854w; .:, gT.We, are auiooriiea to jwonouncc James 'Delegate to '.CongreM, for"' the Territory.' of Kansas. We 'gress from 'Mb; Editob: V;i.V ' " 'd :" y- . U v , I sepidyocrevviilxfor.pub-J lication the following abridgment; of - the, JPre-emption hwot.. 4th ,.' September 1$41 ; the provisions of which have been Applied .to the public lands in this Territory.. This I do at the suggestion of some of the settlers; and because I believe tnat at the present time it is incoriveirieiit for most of the pre emptors in Kansas .to peruse, that : law. as "readily and frequently as they might desire The act may be found in volume V.. of the U. S. Statutes at large pages 453 458v ' I Lands subject to pre-emption By sec, 10 of said act it is provided that the publn lands to which the Indian title had been . ex tinguished at the time of the settlement, and "which had also been surveyed prior, ther...

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. — 3 November 1854

Great Central Hall road Line! ' G AN AD A RAILWAY: OPENED FROM Detroit to Niagara Palls ! . Forming a direct -and connected line of Railroad from Alton, 111., Via Chicago,' Detroit, Niagara Falls and Buffalo. -Passengerafgolng east can now take the new short -route, avoiding the many annoyances they have been subjected to in taking the south Shore Road around Lake Erie. The distance saved, the easy grades, and the large amont of Air Line, make it the most desirable route to Niagara Falls, Buffa lo, Albany, New York and Boston. 1st. Morning Packet will leave St. Louis dai ly (Sundays excepted,) from the foot.o Wash-i ington Avenue at7 o'clock, A. m. traih for Chicago. 1 - '- :- ' "' 2d. Evening Packet will leave at 4 o'clock, p.m., (Sundays excepted)"connecting at Alton with the 9 o'clock v. t. train for Chicago, De troit, and all eastern cities, via the GREAT. WESTERN RAILROAD. TIME rSOH ST. LOUIS TO NEW YORK, 47 HOURS! Passengers by the Great Central Route will take one of the Pass...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 10 November 1854

i t 01 j 3?rc Collars : x-- ,., a v f r- -.'Qlajr :;;:;,.,.. ' - i ;; ;;-i.-:-n.': 'ir.;-. ::.'; n.-X3Ex -AjcS.xr-aaa.oo. '1 1 J fi . I 7 if v u . IS PUBLISHED VRT FKIDAY MOBXING, BY ... EASTW & ADAMS, j tCCIAX J. EASTIN. ., VTM. H. ADAMS. Publication - Office, in Herald Building, on '"' Lexctyt doors (below Corner Broadway. TERMS : OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1 Copy, one year in advance $2 00 3 Copies, to one address, one year'.. 5 00 5 Copies,- . : .....'. 8 00 l' Copies, " " ." ... 15 00 !i0 Cppies, " ' " " f " V..... 25 00 60 Copies, " ...... 50 00 g5 JTo name will be entered in tha subscrip tion books of this paper until the money is paid. trms of: advertising. One sq'iare, (12 lines) first insertion $1 00 One " each additional iiertion, 50 One 3 months,.-1 5 00 One ' . 0 , ; , ................. :9 jy One . 12 13 00 Orrc-foiirlh colninn, one year,'...'. 25 00 One-half " " . 40 00 One ' - " " .V... .... 70 00 Annonnin randi-1tvt3, ln advahc, - 5 00 . Tran.sif nl adyerli seiuenia must i...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 10 November 1854

tion Act of fourth September, eigteen hun dred and forty-one.and under the conditions restrictions and stipulations therein men tioned; Provided, however, That wher un sonreyed lands are claimed by pre-emption, notice of the specific tracts claimed shall be filed within three months after the surrey lias been made in the field, and on failure to file such notice or to pay for the tracts c'-aincd before the day fixed for the pub lic sale of the lands by the proclamation of the President of the United states, the par tiesclairning such.,. lands shall forfeit all right thereto : Provided said notices may be filed with the Surveyor-Tjeneral, and to I noted by him "on the Jowriship plats, un til other arrangements shall have been made by law for that purpose; 7: Sec. 13. And be it further enacted, That the public lands in the Territory of Nebras ka, to which the Indian -title shall have been extinguished, , shall constitute a new land district to be called the Omaha Dis trict; and the pu...

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. — 10 November 1854

THE KANSAS HERALD, FRIDAY ' NOVEMBER 10, 1854. gaFl ,W ire authorised to announce, James N. ukkS Esq. a a Democratic candidate for Delegate to Congress, for" the Territory of Kansas. ; .... .. , ' . . :? V ,'. -. - . , We re authorised to announce JV B. Chapman fes a candidate for delegate in Con gress from Kansas Territory. . , 'V 3" Mj. . Wti c iitman has been tried on a charge of murder for killing F. X. At buy in Santa Fc. and acquitted, the ju ry believing it a case of self-defense. Nebraska. Maj. Ciimmings, secretary of Nebraska, and acting Governor, is proceeding to organise the Territory and has ordered the cen sus to be taken, and an election of .Delegate to Congress. The Legislature will be convened this winter at Omaha City, which has been desig nated 03 the temporary seat, of Government. The Herald of Freedom is the title of a paper purporting to be published at Wakarusa, Kansas Ter. but printed in New York", and endorsed by 1 Eli Thayer, wliidh is enough to condemn it w...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 10 November 1854

Great, Central Ilailroad.I.ine! CANADA RAILWAY OPENED 'FROM Detroit to Ngara Falls 1 Forming a direct and connected lino of Railroad from Alton, via Chicago, Detroit, Niagara Falls and Buffalo. Passenger.Vgoir.g east cacnow take the new hort route, avoiding the many annoyance? they have been subjected to in taking the South Shore Road around Lake Erie. The distance saved, the easy grades, and the large amont of Air Line, make it the most desirable route to Niagara x alu, iJuna- lo, Albany, New York and Boston. . t. ' l3t. -Morning Packet wiil leave St. Louis dai ly (Sundays excepted,) from the foot of Wash inurton Avenue,at7 o'clock, a. m. train for Chicasro. " 2d.- Evening . Packet will leave at 4 o'clock, p.m., (Sundays exceptedjconnectmg at Alton with the U o'clock v. m. train tor Chicago, De troit, and all eastern cities, via the , GREAT WESTERN RAILROAD. TIME FROM ST. LOUIS TO NEW YORK, 47 HOUR?! Passencrers bv the Great Central Route will take one of the Passenger Packets from...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 17 November 1854

r r i . 5 . 1 .'';!-. "l..t - -v .. ' ' C! i .T "' -' ! ... . ' , ' .-XT? ; TwQDoiiorfii . -. . i- . - . ' L,.T...r . 'Our Wliole Oo3jOL't3y,. i ? 4 BY EASTIN & AMS;: LEAVENWORTH? K. T., NOVEMBER 17:;1.854. : ;-r.;:T9LUME , 1 ---TJMBERIO. iff . - : . . . .. -. ;. '""" ' '- ' : ' " ' j V 3 4 i 0 KANSAS WEEKLY HERALD. . IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOBNIXG, BY "! EASTIN & ADAMS, r-UCIAN J. EASTIN. WM. H. ADAMS. Publication Office, in Herald Building, on Levee, 2 doors below Corner Broadway. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1 Copy, one year in advance $2 00 3 Copies, to one 'address, one year 5 00 5 Copies, ",. . 8 00 Copies, " "" '.. IS 00 20 Copies, " ,f , " ...... 25 00 50 Copies, . ? " " " 50 00, (" No name will be entered in the subscrip tion books of this paper until the money is paid. TERMS OF ADVERTISING, One square, (10-lines) first insertion ..$! 00 One t( ' each additional insertion," 50 One " 3 months, ........5 00 One " 6 " ' ,9 00 One : 12 ' ! 15 00 One-fourth column, one year...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 17 November 1854

b i. ; 1 i I ? 1 -J i -1 ; I - If h , 1 : I ill Hi 7 n I: and the Sioux bands of Indians, that should it, at any time hereafter, be considered by the United State as a t roper policy to Festabushvfarma- a toCn" and for the bentfit of said Indians, it shall he discretionary with the President, by and with the advice add consent of the Senate, to chat je the annuities herein provided for; j of iny prt thereof, into a fund for that purpof e j i x - For defraying the expenses of .witnesses, r ir ua!l, attorney, notary, interpreter, and statf on ury. and copying evidence, in the Investigation of the official conduct of Alexander IL Ramsey, late Governor of Minnesota, seven nundred and twenty dollars ; ?For services of . Robert. A. Matthews, for copying the proceedings and evidence in said Yoan', one of th? commissioners, two hundred and fifty dollar? ; ; . ' ' , For pavtrnr Tjroenies'and fp.M of wIfnAj!A9 rumiHonod in said investigation, by the Unated ouii9. si iui instance or Alexander ...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 17 November 1854

THE KANS AS HERALD, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17, 1854 jg" We are authorised to announce J. B. CHAniAff, trt candidate for delegate in Con grew from Kansas Territory. gr We are' authorised to announce Hon ROBERT P. FLENNEKEN, of the sixteenth election , district, (embracing Leavanworth and Silt-Creek) as a candidate for Delegate to Con gress for Kansas Territory, at the approaching - election on the 29th Inst. . Her. Mr. St he, Presbyterian clergy- -man, of Weston, Mo. delivered quite an interesting discourse on Sunday, at the Lea venworth House, in this place tojx very at tentive audience. Weather awd Riveb. The weather has again become very mild and pleasant, and the river is still navigated by Boats of the largest class. . Emigrants. The Australia, on her re cent trip up, brought one hundred and twenty-five emigrants from Massachusetts and the New England States.' Many of them had families, who got off at Kansas city, and Parkville, and other points below. They are destined for the Wakarus...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 17 November 1854

" Ot THt LEAVENWORTH1 MESSENGER.' : The' undersigned wili issue, on or about tKe 1st' of December 1854: at Ltatznwowh. KT; THE : LEAVENWORTH -.MESSENGER,- a weekly Journal, devoted to a liberal public poli- Sr, Agriculture, Manufactures, Mechanics Arts, onuneroe. Education, and' the Pro-slavery in terest in Kansas Territory.' ''.--. Ja the coumecement of our undertaking as pub lic Journalists, we are not unmindful of the jnan y responsibilities we , are assuming, and. every exertion will be made" on our part to aequit our selves to. the satisfaction of our. patrons, and to make our Paper one of the leading Journal's of the South-west. , ... ". ' ... In us, the FarmAr and Mechanic will find ar dent supporters or their best interests, - and the working-nan of every avocation and pursuit, may rely on our willing and cheerful, aevocacy and aid; the Pioneer and Squatter . upon .unocupied Public Lands,' may look to. us &a' to long-tri-'d friends, for we are of them, and shall watch wi...

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