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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 1 March 1856

l-giD. of J Doh). Lawrence, Saturday, Marcb 1, 1836. - Centropolis. There aro man j, rery many, pretty sites for cities in our beautiful Territory. Yet we hare had the pleasure of Tisiting no point in which nature holds outgreat er inducements for the building up of a large inland city than that of Centropolis. Situated in the center of the Territory North and South, and within a few miles of the center East and West, (tafcing in to consideration the arrable land worth fettling upon.) The city site is sur rounded on three sides by beautiful streams of pure, swift running water, and there is upon the town plot about one hundred acres of valuable timber. The surrounding country being well watered and timbered, the land very rich and ar rable, is susceptible of very dense settle ment. All the materials for building purposes are to be found in the greatest abundance. Stone of the different vari eties and quality unsurpassed in the Ter ritory, timber, sand, &c, all at hand. There app...

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. — 8 March 1856

BY G, W, BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1856; NUMBER 5-VOLUME II For tie Herald rf Freedom. Appeal to the Citizens of Missouri. A PAKODT. lien of Mi?ran ! "who inherit Biht that cost our tires their blood, The blood of those who e'er shall merit The 1 ighest pra'we o'er land and flood ; By the foea they 've fonht uncounted, Anil the glorious deeds they've done, Tn-pliiea captured breaches mounted Jsavies conquered Freedom won. Yet remember, ye shall gather Hence but fruitless wreathes of fame, If the patriotism of our fathers Glow not in your hearts the same. What are monuments of bravery, Where no public virtue bloom t -What avail, in lands of Slavery, Trophied Temples, or a martyr' tomb f Brothers 1 let the world revere us For oar people's rights and. lata, ' And the breasts of civic heroes Bared in Freedom's holy cause. We're the sons of sires that baffled Crowned and mitred tyranny ; Tbey defied the field and scaffold For their birthrights, so will we. II. ...

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 March 1856

I Jije ifc!3 of re3oh). G. W. BEOWIT; Editor, J. XL GREE27S, Aaaodate Editor. Lawrf ECf, Saturday, 2Iar. 8, 1858. TERMS! . - $200 PEE AHOTHIH ADYASCE. 1 - - i I Editor at Topcga Associate toiler. TVi mrm h will Hctto, and we are glad of it; for we should gtojcn from tne back of a maawho has i.opea,wnere L. , , - - - j-- -VU f5rtvAfrirhf iiw.U.niA -wbirb rarrv a" curse The editor iaai' prooaoiy remain g of thai body for thebenefct ci bfSTeaaers j in ine meantime me Associate wwr, i .. . .i . Tya: I who has been connected with the paper for sometime past, will lend his aid in rendering the Herald of Freedom inter esting to its patrons. Goy. Robinson's Message - t -i .r; - -. j livered his Message to the legislature. we issued that document rom the Herald of Freedom office in an Extra; It has been read by the people' generally and so far as we hive observed, they are unanimous in ascribing to it a high meed of praise. Ordinarily, important Siate uroinaniy, important o.aie the subjects-...

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. — 8 March 1856

jcatarda aiarch 8, 1856. Yfe observe by the Dispatch that Pittsburgh " moving in behalf of Kansas, i that a company will be raised there emigrate to and locate in the Territory. 4oIi a party come . from Pittsburgh should start within a few weeks, charter a boat to bring them through v this city, which they can do if the riv r keeps up to itt present size, a it un doubtedly will" ; ' " -Credit' where Credit is Due. Oar friends at Topeka hate been very .J,, in makin? arrangements for the H,"' o option andaccommodation of the mem rs of the Legislature. Erry exertion consistent with the state ot the weather, bn used to get the Hall and other places in readiness, and not without sup ers. They are entitled to great credit for their energy in this direction. fZT The reader is referred to an ex cellent letter from Mrs. Nichols, in an other column. The members of the Legislature should read it by all means, lira. Kishols. is one of the soundest newspaper writers of the present day. 3TJous Hc...

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. — 8 March 1856

coxtixted from first page.5 L; , it reach the length of organized resist ance bj force, to the fundamental or any other federal liw, and to the authority of the general government." ".No principle of public law?" -What is the principle of, squatter sovereignty, then ! Vo precedent?": What :did Michigan, California) and; other tneir5 States do ? "No rule of reason, right, or common sense?' Is popular sover; eignty, Unreasonable, unjust and nonsen sical ? Suppose the parly comprise an overwhelming - majority of tne people, what then ? James Christian, Esq., a very honora Me and high-minded pro-larery gentle man" writes to a friend in Kentucky as follows: "I believe 1 informed you be fore that I have been appointed Clerk of this (Douglas) county, under the Terri torial Legislature, but we are in such a horrible state of confusion in regard to the laws that it don't pay anything. The Free Soilers are in a large majority in the Territory, and they are determined to pay no regard to the l...

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. — 15 March 1856

fcE- BY G. W. BllOWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSASv SATURDAYj : MARCH 15,1856, NUMBER 6-VOLUME II, Selected odHj. True Dignity. Thews u an oatvard uplendor, which Deceives the cim oft the wi?e, Who dream that ?nealh a covering rich, . :,' The Dignity of Manhood lie, ForcvtUn that the ont ward state May cloak both foolishncai and in, "While all that makcth Manhood irrit, Uleauu like polUhed gem within ! The love for troth tho will to do ' An aim nnbendin?, though it ftceai Unto the multitude nntnie. Orbnt tbe inadrea of dreara,- . "Which fear no Forte, nr Scorn, nor Just, . ' BatrtKhe onward to the jroal Tim fcWTtiiti twrrr irith ilwninUw lirtlif, - Doth wear that jewel in hi soul 1 II who, aclf-wiAC, at Wilom frowns, Audfcorn the thought hi naVr pouesged, Tho' men shower on him fav'ring crowns, li but foo!uhil&Tu at ldt Aaiavc to emr captive bound, Who. groping in the shades of night, Look oa the darkno wild around. And call the ray leas lilattne light I Oar bcin in an endlea strif...

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. — 15 March 1856

1 IS O. W. BROWN, Editor, J. H. GREENE, Associate Editor. Law rf net, Sataiday, 3Iar. 15,1856. T E R M 8 V $2 oo .per Axnnrxff is advaxce. Information De&ired, .and Answered. ' :;A. letter from.H,: LShcmwat, Eq.,'a subscriber :at : Eacy yHIe, Pa., desires in- fMrroaljoa in regard to Kansas. We have divided hi letter, and placed each inter rogatory at the bead of a paragraph, with .tlie answer following- Toe same iuter ; rogatories hare been propounded by inany.ditfcrent persons, and our answer is designed for each, as well as for all other persons who wish information in regard to our State. Our correspondent mvs: ' " Will you give, through the columns of your paper, a general description ol ' your Terruorv.whether.rolling, lite the Wester.n State generally, or does itlx- . come rough and broken as you advance west?;' . The eastern part of die State is rolling, with ravines of sufficient depth to carry (off the surplus wafer "The surface geut- Jy;sIope towards, the ravines, leav...

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. — 15 March 1856

' Jfje ..jjfelS of Ffeeohj.-- - 1 LavKBcef Saturday 3Iarca 15, 1856, An Honest Man. -The money advertised in the IIxhald or FKrixM last vreekWns found, near .Blantoa f Bridge;, by i Mr f BaoTrir, of Biwirnsyin;; Kansas jbRnrVShu. desciibecl M Y oC:lo- JngMt,1 andif was passed to him. We are not acquainted with Mr. Brown, but we shall mark him down as an honest man, and poitit to thii occurrence as proof of Ohe fact. Many persons would have preferred suffering from a guilt j jonscfehce for life, to giving up the ten dollars thus found, which he could have fcept, and the owner would liave remained Ignorant of the disposition made of it. Mail Arrived. A mail arrived from the East lastMon day night, bringing letters and papers (mm Fnhruarv 10th. and from that time to the 1st of March. We had two bush els of mail matter. It will take several days before we can reply to all the letters, of which' there were about half If a bun-j 11 which 1 area. " it . was me nrsi mai had brought matter e...

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 March 1856

JfcVqld of r fecDohj. Lawrence, Satwday, Blarcn 15.1856, : . BtaU Agricultural Society. It is not too early to commence talking bout the promotion of agricultural in i..rpti We think, it exDedient that a State Agricultural Society should be formed as soon as may .lie this spring, j The farmers in different portions of the State should consult together, in local meetings, exchange opinions and plans uith others in different parts, and ngree i . r- 1:.... upon me nine auu p-iawc ivi iiuiuuijj general convemion, at which the organ ization can be perfected by the elecliou f officers and appointment of time for holdinjf the first annua! Fair. Local so trieties ought to be formed as soon as the State is divided into counties. It lies in the power of the farmers of Kansas, comprising, as they do, two thirds of the entire population, to render their interest a dominant one in public estimation, for all time to come. While it is true that we shall not have occasion . to adopt scientific mode...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 22 March 1856

PRDPFPTV nr Historical BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1856, NUMBER 7-VOLUME H. V: - rib ii r r . . I Selected 'oefh). From the PittJbvryh Gazttit. Ode. ' . -. -; Aia JWfc Sons of the North ! from your slumbers awaken, list to tbe wailing' that conies on the gale ; freedom's dear children are sad and forsaken, While insult and fetters againrt them prevail. The bloodhounds of war are let loose in- Mis souri, ; . , To poonc on our friends in their mad fiendish And doom those to death without trial or jury, Whose only offence is they dare to be free. Long, lon hare we auffer'd, while slavery's ,. minion . . . .. IIave.flaoi b standard a vile cursed . slain,;. . - ' " .. " - '.--- The press' has been trammel'd that gives our opinions, ;- And all our petitions and efforts are vain. On the fair soil of freedom our race is debruited, Our right to petition denied and disputed, Oar children in Kansas are now persecuted, By tyrants who sell human victims for gai...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 22 March 1856

w'?rv ; - j EL GKS23NE, Associate Editor. t wrf ace, Satarda y, Mar. 22,. 1856. ,'- ; . . T E R M S i-- ' ;- $2.00 PES AHHXTIIj IB ADVA5CE. j ;; ;DecItoeir a r;EiectS6n.: ; -4 - " .Hxr;i.'i& Gipmkf fe' address to jKj Uliwnil5tTihiii lie lsjid"lQngi ? a' candidatefor re-election to Congress. -.Thejime has come -with him when he buld cease his pjaM.?? ece- and re tire into pna;ljfer-The,frostsof sevr wity winters hare converted him into an old man. He entered " Congress twenty 'years ago in the vigor of life, and com menced almost ' lone to show ' up the WurpatioRS ot the -slave-power. J ohn : x'Quincy Adams; that "old man eloquent'. iejf by his sidean J was gathered w ith -jlhjusVinr heaven. Ail- bis .jearly co- - worker ha ve passed away, and he: stands "-aoiie- with 7 another- generation. ;fl he ' principles which he commenced advo cating has continue to,. increase in pub lic fa vor until it has obtained an ascend. , Vncy ; nd now, After having notr;6nly looked from JPisgah'a T...

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. — 22 March 1856

! tavrcnce, SataHay, March; tAp8. Hedges.. f. Kansas will be, from necessity, mostly feaceby ilhee.n TeOsageTprange xnkkes thlrt'bed(e of ..y, shrub now idowni and is just adapted to this ktlr - -This: Hedge, when "properly trained; . wnl- turn . wblve4,"'dogs, hdgsr cattle, lrorses and 6ren 'chickens. It is a good ' protection- to orchards, gardens, sheej? pastures, fcc ;vr--;T Farmers need not delay for old ground to plant it on: The" custom,5 in a prairie 'country, is to plow land about three feet wide, and have the center broken up fine by several plowings, to about one foot dep.'.:In this center set the hedge row. The plowed furrows on each side, will protect "it from fire; and with suitable trimming and trainning, it will be a good, substantial fence in a few years. -" - Mr.-Gardner is an experienced hand in the business, and is now in Missouri making contracts for a springs work. We hope some of our farmers will speak for his services before it is , too Lite., Many Kansas Mee...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 22 March 1856

UTOBce, Satirdar, 3Iarc!i 22.1856. ... : - Purloined firom the Mails. ' It was apprehended, when the State Legislature first conYened at Topelca, on the 4 th of March; a quorum of the lower House'would not be present, on account of the bad state of the roads and the high water making it impossible to cross some of the streams. When the House was called to order at 2 o'clock p. it'., but 30 members answered to their names ; 31 was " required for a quorum. A motion whs made to adjourn over till the next day at 10 o'clock a. m.', and then to swear in the State officers. A gentleman re: plied that it must be done on the 4lh inst., that the Constitution had so direct ed; that Gov. Robinson was in favor of giv ing the instrument a strict construc tion, and so much was the Governor re vived upon it in his own case, he had deteimed on goinj before a Justice of the Peace and takiflg his official oath, if he could not do it any other way. Af ter calling the list of absentees a few times, it w...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 March 1856

"t V' V.V-: .v -V--..' r -"w -- "v '".' .- . - -" i . - - f i ;- f i fi- i if! i f lit 3 .t i i s v- : - ; t . i i -j i -.. f i j BV G. W. BROWN & CO. .... ..' i Sons cf the Free. - XT 1.9. WnlTTIKJI. rrile of Neir England ! Kml of our Fathers ! Shrink we all craven-like, When the utomi gathc-r f Wluit though the tempeat be Over ua lowering. Where ia the Kewnrlander S ham ef ally covering I Grave green and holy -Around ua are lying, -l're were the aleepora all, r-lhifm atwi dying t . -If ark with the Strntberner'a j'adlocka and acoa rge 1 Go -lot him fetter down -. Ocean'a free urgea 1 . Go let him silence Winds, clouds and water, Never New Unelanda own 'ree ona and daughter I Free as our river are Ocean ward going Free aa the bxeezea are Over ua blowing. Up tn our altars, thca, . Haute wt, and summon Cuurage and lorelincaa, Manhood and woman ! Deep let our pled? be : Freedom for ever ! Truce with oppression, Never, oh! never! By our own birthright gift, Granted of Heaven Freedo...

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 March 1856

I f "O wf-BROWN, Editor,. J. & GREETTE, Associate Editor. La fence, Saturday, v3Iar. -"'V.-:-. TE R MS:-:-. - : : ,:. &2 ca per 'iansnnifis adyKce. " t- , 1 ruaciw iCoiitiatteaTbe Remedytt- gested; k-ti54 . ; Travelers arfivihg in our-place; from '" fhe East,' continue to report outrages and .Jzvzt- piracies on the Missouri.; Nearly every. ;.rv '.ypt'Hnwz coming up the river ,overliaul - ed aud Jeyamined," 'to.wheiher "there -are not articles on board which have been pronounce.3 contfttband, 'Boxes sufficient-'' ly large. tocontaiata gun are broken open and inspected by these examiners. Per sons miltujg their way up the river, un less backed by a large'party, or well pro vided with arm's, are insulted and fre quently maltreated." Ko indignity is. too grat for pro-slavery men, when greatly in the ascendency; to heap upon inoffen sive Free Stale men.- Those who are perfectly quiet; who resolve not to speak r' '3i 'v- tin riy ;6filwLeatissaeof the dy, s ' , assailed" bybuinesy ...

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. — 29 March 1856

Ifa of f freedoh). , Lawrence. Satarday, Mirth 29. 1856; ; 'GREAT COMMERCIAL MEETING! The Easiness LI en of Kansas la Council. " Agreeably , to.. the following notice, which was circulated by, liaiid-bill, '. through Kansas, a public meeting was " convened at the' Free State Hotel, in Lawrence, on Friday, the SCth of March, and for want of a suitable room, was ad- " journed to Union Hall. The notice was .' as follows: ;: ' -: Public IXeetiag. A MEETING of the Merchants and other cit izens of Kansas, Js hereby called at the Free State Hotel; in Lawrence, on, Friday ncxt.the 27th inst.. at 2 o'clock, P. M., to take into conidcra ttou tho condition to which vr are subjected by Uie acts of an organized baud ' of lawless men along the Missouri river, by whom our good are broken open and marched, our property stolen, and our persons, a well a emigrants, subjected to a surveillance degrading to humanity , humil iating to us, and unknown in acivilized country; aUo, the imposition of an unre...

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 March 1856

Jfyc TfeWtid of Fhzefoh), Lawrence, Saturday, Jlarch 29 1836. " Meeting ai Topeka. . 3T The following report of a meet ing held at Topeka, oa the evening of the 3d inst., Was forward! to thi j4aee iuclosedin the Banie lctterwithan account of the inaugeration, but "was detained two weeks and four days on the route. The article was reported for the Herald of Freedom by. the Editor: A public meeting was held at the Leg islative Hall, in rTuptka, on the eveniug of the 31 iust. J. L., Sparks was called t the chair. Speeches were made by Gen. Lane, Gov. Robixsox, W. Y. Rob erts, Esq., Cols. Dicket, Blood, and c:hers. Gen. Lase took up the history of our constitutional movement, and reDlied to S tlie objection of Preident Pierce, con tained in his special message to Congress, v.i Kaunas affairs that it was the work of a party, and not of the people. He real thejjrigiaal call jfur the first meeting held in Lawrence to consider the' propri ety of moving in the premises, and fol lowed it down...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 April 1856

,1 m imp jmit: ...... ,.t. . ... BY G, W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SATUHDAY,APRIL 5, 1856. NUMBER 9-rYOLUME 11: - i Origiiftl ' 2oti Fir the Herald f Frtedom. Adieu to the Horth. BT B(0. Allien, thou North I Thy bhuts no more, Unfeeling, beat thi wasting form I Uuseen, thy visage, tenx of jira ; ' UuhcarJ, the howlinsr of thy storm. The busy years have veiled thy brow. And distance dim hi tent it aid And shadow come, and Uwr, now, Where sportive eanfoiuiu freely played. Time waa when beany crowned thy hilla, And gvainl etch valley jrith fcligU; .Sprang aiaAc from thy mountain rill ; Thy earth was bloom thy imren bright.' - JCfriMfr, ktA -rw?rrw wiaWa gmt;" And firth the circling ataaons led : Younsr Hope to Joy a welcome gave, Aa glory crowned the waking dead. Yet what thy vernal bloom Xamtt Thy ardent eaODT transient glow Thy Indian Summers drapery The joy 3 that from thy presence flow ? Bus in whose bosom found repose, A Jo?e, all pure us unguis feel, Sleep, gumk-d by a t...

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. — 5 April 1856

Ute ifoqlO of jjYeedohK O. W. BR0T7H, Editor, J. H. GREENE, A mod ate Editor. LaWFf ECt, Sittflday, April 5, 1853. terms: $2 oo pee Amsnra, in abvaxce Personal. Mr. Brown, the senior editor of the Herald of Freedom, has gone East on important!, business. : He will remain absent for an indefinite period, daring which our readers will be favored with freouent letters frum him. In eighteen -w. '-- The associate, in taking ex .O Z ' - clusive control of the paper, expects to j r devote an undivided attention to the work, j bespeaking at the me time from the vublic a fiiendlv overlooking of short- comings, &c. The tone of the paper will of course be of the old ring. We expect not to he ruffian-beleaguered in the future, and will therefore try to steer clear of a blood-and-thunder course. The Future cf Kansas. Amidst the excitement of the day, let us hope it uot in vain to present to our readers and the public a few re marks on the present and future popula tion and institutions of Ka...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 April 1856

of ffeedoft. Utcsc Saturday, April 5 1856, Ctoy. Robinson in Missouri. Just on thy ere of going, to press we were shown a letter from a reliable gentleman-in Kansas City, to Col. O. W. Deitxler, of Lawrence, in which it was stated that when the boat, on which Gor. Robiasom was a passenger, reached Brun 4c&,'Uo.-, itwas et bv several hun zted people who were anxious to get a sight of the Governor of the State of Kansas. They took him ashore, not however forcibly, to the hotel, where a sumptectts dinner was served, speeches taadetc. They treated their distinguish ed guest with marked politeness and courtesy, and when the next boat came along escorted him on board. He pur sued his journey without any further in cident of importance. The source from which, this rumor reaches lis, precludes the possibility of our doubting its accu racy. A favorable acquaintance with the Border Ruffians, may develop tome traits of manliness in their characters. The Commercial Movement. Four out of fiv...

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