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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 April 1856

f awrenccV Saiurdaj, April 5, 1836. , , On his Way to Kansas. i We give on our fiistp.tge, this traek, a poem from the pen of our esteemed frien J, Rev. P. P. Fowled : It i$ his "Adieu to the North," as he is about taking up his permanent residence", in Kansas. . ... It will be remembei-ed that.Mr. Fow ler was a candidate of the resident voters of this district for the Legislature, on the 30th ol March' last, aud received their unanimous support. The election vas Kit aide, and a new election was held in Kay, when he was elected with no oppo sition. On the eve tf the election pri vate business, which it was impossible for him to neglect, called him to the East, where ho has remained till the present. Since then ho has closed up his private matters there, urul is now probably on his way to this S.a'e. He is a man of vigorous in'ellfct, a finished wtiter and speaker, and will be a valuable aequii tia to the population of Kansas. We hare known him for many years, and as sure our readers...

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. — 12 April 1856

BY G. W. BROWN & CO, LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1856, NUMBER 10-VOLUME II. ; From the National Era. The Burial of Baxber. Bear him, comrades to hU jrrave ; Jiever over one more bravo Shall the prairie gru-saed weep, In the aas yet to corno, Wheu the million in oar rtxun. . What we aow in tears, shall reap. Bear him up the icy kill. With the Kansas frozen till Ai LLj noble heart, bolow, And the land he came to till With a freeman' thaws end will, And bid poor bat roofed with now! One more look of that dead face, Of bis nrnrder1 ghaatiy trac 1 - - ; One more kiss, oh widowed one ! Lay j oar left bandit on hu brow, Lift yonr right bands up, and row . That his work hall yet be dona! Patience, friends ! , The eye of God Every path by Murder trod Watches, liJie.-. day and night ; Aud the dead man in Li shroud, And his widow weeping loud. And oar hearts, are in bis eight. Every deadly threat that swells With the toot of gambling hells, Every brutal jet and jeer, E-'ery wicke...

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. — 12 April 1856

J& ifei-qld of freitoty. O. W. BROWN, Editor, J. H. GREENE, Associate Editor. Lawrence, Sataiday, April 12, 1856. terms z $200 PEE A3 HUM, IH ADVANCE. FOB PRESIpXXT, - ; JOHN C. FilEMONT, SUBJECT TO TIIK DECISION OT THE 3TATI03- AL EEPUBLICAX COSVESTIOXr r: f . - Wanted, - At this office, immediately, a boy 17 or 18 years old, of steady babits,7and industrious, to work in and about' the office. Good wagos and constant em ploy raent will be given. Our Candidate. For Presidents, of late, we have had Politicians, and Warriors, and Nobodies; 'let us try the experiment of electing a Man. JOHN C. FREMONT is Honest, Manly and Fit- we have an unwavering confidence in his integrity and ability we believe he is not only the most availa ble, but as good a candidate for the of fice of Chief Magistrate as any in the country is sound on the slavery ques tion in favor of the Pacific Railroad in favor of Kansas coming into the Union as a Free S:4te is a man of large experience in Governmental 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. — 12 April 1856

TL 2IUa(A t VbadXnVh i , Mc33ts. Hunt & Co. I LsAVEWOETn, Kan., Ap. 7. iJe' H,y J - TKUU JK We find in the St. Louis Democrat, of) Editors Herald of Fmzdom: It be-s-z j the 22d ult, the following card from the ' comes my painful duty to inform you that Lawrence saiuraay, Apru. V;r Glorious News!.. In the N. Y. Tribune of April 1st, we aletmGEii fJ Washington,. on thensalotesuga- We make the. follow-! ting Committee, inz extract: , , Tmesumeat least Uiis week will be nCmP,l in the Section ofrCIerfc-'-SM consumed mtLe election of-Uerks, i5er-,t geant.al-Arms &c , and ,n preparations, and inai u :B?" ior Kansas idoui o,5u ana arme there between tue -I Uth and 17th of Anril. But the good-effects of its ap Ipointment wilFnot so long be waited for they will be felt before the close of this week. The tidings of its cjming will operate as a truce between the hostile parties; there will be na more Border raids no need of additional rifles." The , r 1 ? 5. .1 I. - . Zn C 3 Z,Z Z7rZ' t...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 April 1856

Lawrer.ce, Saturday, Apiill2 1856. We Will Subdue Tou. When the arch-traitor from Illinois recently vomited his rage upon the Sen ate in his declaration, ' We intend to subdue you," he only re-echoed the war whoop which, from the beginning of things, the principle of Evil in the world ha3 forever shouted in its warfare upon the Good. Daikness has striven against Light, the Demoniac against the Divine, ever nce our nwe was planted on the earth, and always tfith the cry, "We will subdue you 1" Ti e myths and le gends the. traditions and creeds of ear ly ages, the historic records of later times have alike recognized and established the existence of the perpetual contest. To "iubdue ' the All-powerful, featan revolted, and for his attempt was precipi tated into the abyss of utter daikness.- The mythology of the East contains the record of this immortal struggle in the history of tie wars of OrmuzJ and Abriman. The Brahminic theodicy "and history turn upon the alternating victo ries, de...

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. — 19 April 1856

r 1 Jv mm VC- BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1856. NUMBER llVOLBME II. F'r the JleraU ,f Frttdom. Kansas to the North. Noble North, yon Lave arisen, Awakened from your lethargy, Axil from yonr great heart arise The glorious watchword Liberty. Freedom wghed whlJe you were dormant, Bat cow shs smile, hjncu you've awoke ; Slav'ry laughed at your inaction, Hut nowbhe shrieks, fcince you Lave spoke. You Lave heard how I have suScrcd ; How my sons have b-jen oppressed : How my right have been down-trodden, And now you' aid to Lave me blawcdr Bletved -with your own free institutions, UKwsed withyonr wealth and energy, Ulesscd with your virtue and your wisdom, And with tne thought that 1 am free. Ye, you have spoke, the South has beard yen; And now she stands .back tremblingly, Knowing that iitK "institution" Can never have a home with me. Well she knr wsthat her great cancer Must rot away where now it lays ; And when the putrid sore is hca:ed, Sha may theu l...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 19 April 1856

yjr Ov.W. BR0W1T, Editor, T " -J.H. QiZSEZtB, Associate Bdlioz. : Law if ret Sataiday, Apiil 15,1830 JOHN c: M&MONTr. trBJttT to thk ettioifpT-THx.irAfxoii- Dsar. BxABE:-f Yertcrdajr aTirnoon i der:- I tcrar artoon aIu?gof the- lid . bi- An inibrni ness men at was ticia, to conswer r -..-r ... niakearrangsmenUfor M J V iraaVtfsome! 6 idiublCp.fe'l us a2duiopv,ishto $2 OOPEa AHOT2f,IH AS7AHCS., j eBt thithekysy,: 3 But thtegentfnaf.. eaoje i ;iheFe .. r-rr r jt.-a- . - , .-.--v-'-'i . ritr k- i (i.flnt! cft1ariiorihinvof interest fofevervbne: . . r - t 1.1 lion aiAmce, wim tiie new oiaus vi vau - - V ; ti. as. llieresuHOi u at meeting may uo found iif'the followinir extract front the AItjn uykrof tlis moininV ? "The AVork.' TMnATED.-The 'Kn paVorhniiti,." sent oat-by the busines meiKjf tl.e Tenhiny to lae the.initiatojy tvps for eiabihirg a line of steamers from thisreify to Kansas; were in v?wn yeterdarf "and aHrge- number-of-our i-i.izus railed uptn them, at the Alrort ILuei " ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 19 April 1856

Xl)2 iferajj of t lrewfcrSitarday, g l. -:"in.eU? Lettera. ' Owing to some cause,, which we are jje explain tlie' first letter of the" oredir.from.St. Louis, dated- the 2S welcoxas to the Connecticut Company. Oa Tuesday afternoon, the 15;h iust., a par ty of eighty or .more emigran ts from jfeW' Haveii-Cfcll arrived in Lawrence. Oar citizens 'immediately' made prepara tuns to. extend them hearty welcome, aud at an . early hour yi J the evening, Union Hall was filled tn overflowing wuh the new coiners and our own town. peo- The l meeting was organized by ap pointing R: Q. Elliott, Eq., Chairman, and ). H.;Gekxx, Secretary. The Cimirman briefly stated that the object of the meeting was to extend, in a public manner, a joyful welcome to the newly anived emigrants to greet them wiih words of cheer and hearty encour- He .thought the movement . . 1 exceedingly appropriate. The meeting. he said, was prepatel to hear from gen tlemen. Moved that John Hutchinson, Eq., of Lawrence, . be reques...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 19 April 1856

rjije Ifetd of FfecSohi. Lawrence Salardayi April .1858. TJl9 Tidies. V O ; . . ' The conservative character of leisla tion is proverbial. Old Hunkerdom fcleepsno more soundly anywhere than ia legislative halls. Aristocracy, and money rule England, and have ruled her for centuries past. English law and pre cedenti rule America, in all our higher j . courts. ; Where there is any deviation from this course, it is fur the worse, not for the better. J t is like Judije Kane or Judge LeConspt following in the path of the notorious Jeffries. Imprisoning ia- nocent citizens illegally packing juries, putting under bonds without sufficient cause, peaceable and industrious men.' The truth of it is, men are naturally fearful of change, and would rather "en dure those ills we have than fly to olhers we know not of." In Kansas erery thing is changed ; or, at least, is practi ced to our injury. Laws are thrust upon us against our will. Rulers, worse than the laws, are appointed over us. All the ma...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 April 1856

.1 V! C , . m i AX BY 6. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1858, NUMBER 12-r-VOLUME II. Selected focty. Cometh a Blessing Down. BT YAKT VSAXCIS TAYLOR. Not to ths man of dollars, , . Not to the mas of deeds. ; Not to the man of cunning, : . Not to the man of creed r ; Not to the one whoe patttian . Is for the world's renown, Not in a form of fashion, ;l Cometh & blessing down. . Not unto the land's expansion, , Not to the ruiscr'ji chest, ' Not to the princely mansion, : .. Not to the blazoned crest, r . . Not to the sorded worldling, Not to the knavish clown, Not to the haughty tyrant, ' Cometh a blessing down. '. Not to the folly blinded," Not to the steeped in vhame, . . Not to the carnal minded, - Not to unholy fame ; Not in neglect of duty, Not to the monarch's crown, . Not at the smile of beauty, Cometh a blearing down. Bat to the one whose spirit . Yearns for the great and good ; Unto the one whose storehouse . Yicldeth the hungry food Unto the one ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 April 1856

Tic "Pnidbf if G. W. BROWN, Editor, J. H. GREENE, Associate Editor. Lawrence, Satarday, April26, 1836, T E RM81 $200 PES AIINXU, EST ADVANCE. TO& rBZflDEXT, ; t ; JOHN C. FREMONT, TBJECT TO THE BXCISIOK OF THE KATI05- - :r-" AL npxriBLXCA5" CWKYZSTlb'"7 Excllln jI5niS3 inLkwxeaca!ii Since our last issue events of aaexciting nd momentous character, have -been transpiring in Lawrence.., The SherifPf attempted... for the hundredth- time to arrest our citizens under the authority created by th6 Spuiiousiegisliture, and v for tho hundredth lime failed to accom plish Lis purpose, r He called upon Gov. Shannon for-assistance, and Shannon,! - true to hi baser instincts, under the or ders of, the President, placed at his com-? rnahd the Army of tho United; States. :The physical power of the General Gov't haabeen used to grind us into submis sion to a code of bloody, barbarous enr .-.ctments. A mau styling himself "Sher- 4iff of Douglas County," comes into our town, 'with aportiou of the ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 April 1856

Hie of ieeSoii). LawrcncCi SaiBiday, April 26, 1856, ;-:;-Republican Meeting. The peopW of Kansas, favorable to the success of the Republican party, are re quested to assemble at Union Hall, in l Lawrence, on next Saturday, tbe 2d of May, at 2 o'clock, P. M:, for the purpose "N.f appointing Delegates to the National ; ilepubiican Convention, which' meets at Philadelphia, the 17th of June next. Many Republicans. Lawrence, April 25, 1856. The Investigating Committee. The Congressional Commissioners ' opened their session on the 23 J inst.. at the Free State Hotel, in this city. . Ex Gov. Reeder is in attendance. Gen. Whitfield, and his counsel, who is un do'rkood to be . Mr. Wright, a gentleman of the legal profession , from Georgia, were also present at the commencement of the session. Considerable discussion of a discursive and preliminary charac ter was permitted at the outset,, between Messf s. Reeder and Wright the latter insisting that Gov. Reeder should sub resit certain specif...

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. — 26 April 1856

vs. ..;S Lawrence, .Saturday, Apr026J&6cj ..Editoiial Coneapcndeace.,, s . " Altok, III., April 9vl856 I hate jast: arrived, in this :civy,vand embrace the earliest mQaent.tQ: corres pond to our readers.-. I; wrote frorn St. Louis, giving anef mention of my trip down the "Missouri. ' ' An hour only in Alton, has given me a favorable impression of the city; and its inhabitants. ? , I am assured, by gen tlemen of intelligence,: th?t a very large majority, of her citizens sympathize deep ly with the Free State tetuers in Kansas, and that they are all alive to the propos ed steamboat conntction" direct with that city. The Altun Daily " Courier editejd bv our name-sake, almost,Gzo. T. Baowk, Esq.. has been doing good service in our behalf, as the following article; chipped from its last Saturday's issue, in response to our Kansas movement, will abundant-, ly attest. The editor copies the call for our meeting of the 23th ult.f also a letter from soma citizen of Lawrence, -to the Chica...

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. — 3 May 1856

Vfl3 H I BY G. Wi BROWN-& C0i. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 3,1856, NUMBER 13-VOLUME II. I iir ' .it-: ' ' '. . ... -...-t.Tjwi"1' ' HI I'll II III- HH " '' "' . - I. ' From ti LtMtll Daily A7wt. . An Item. ;- The following lines were returned on the back of one of the subscription papers circulated among the operatives of a Corporation : Three pence a pound on tea, Charged by John Boll, Esquire, .'. ; . Kicked up a tow in earlier days, And kindled freedom's fire. In later times the self-same wrong Makes freemen' hearts' blood boil, We claim the right for black or white, To squat on Kansas soil. And settling there, to make their land, As freemen do, by votes ; And not have Border B&scals force, By threats and curses, loud and coarse, Their bantlings down their throats. Take then our mite, ye Kansas men, Our hearts are warm and true, And let it help the holy cause, Embodied now in you. Fair girls here add from honest toil Their trifle for your a d Strike for the right, the...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 May 1856

Tt.fl mil ana imu -fje tylcl of r eeSofti. O. W. BKOWIT, Cdltor, , ' J. H. GREENE, Associate Editor. Lawrence, Saturday, Way 3, 1856. T E Ft M.S ; $2 00 PEE AOTTJH, IH ADVANCE. JOHN - C-FREMONT j VfiJECT TO TBS DIC1SIOS OF THS XXTXOX - XL REFCBLICA5 COXVSKTIOS. 3 Editorial Correspondence. Briugs House, Chicago,, 111.;) April 18, 1856. f Readers IKrald op Freedom: I left Ahn on .'.Wednesday morning last, - I w4 In V,a oilv At. lialf-TVUt tPTl auu aitixu - J I the eame night, and have domiciled my self, white I remain here, at the Briggs House, a very excellent Hotel,' by the war. " It is astonishing to see the vast amount of business which is transacted in the Western cities. St. Louis was so throng ed with dray and merchandise it was almost impossible to pass through the t-tiects, or esen along the side-walks. The streets' of Chicago are more than twice as wide, and the streets are always lull of vehicles ruhing through Jehu like to arrive at Iheir destination. The horses in Chicago...

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

Jije geilS of JireeSoh). ItfrrWti Sataiday, May 3, 1850. Cms Orange Hedse. As niany of our people are going into the hedging buiness, we bave taken some pains to ascertain the most certain and jure method of getting" the fence." In conversation with those who have hedges growing, we learn the following facts : Kew ground can be set with the hedge as well as old gronnd. By plowing a strip of land any where in the prairie where you ant the hedge to grow, you secure it 'bom fire. Let the middle of the land be -on the desired line, and plowed and faar iroved "four or five times over, till it is sufficiently pulverized eight or ten inches deep. In this, set the hedge plants, and they will generally grow at least Gard ner & Ca. will warrant them to grow. To secure them from cattle, they lay a ,rail on the ground, each side , of the .hedge, row. .This .keeps the ground moist close to the hedge, and also com pels the cattle to step over it We hope our citizens will do what they can to w...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 May 1856

. r 1 Ileeh!5 of rfeedohj. ' Lawrence, Saturday, .Hay 3, 1856. Editorial Correspondence -.;' f Alton, III., April 15, '56. Readers Herald of " Freedom. -My communication to-day mast bo made Tip principally " of business mailers. " Hav- a ing become ihorougly: convinced of the practicability of making Alton a point in the great line of travel between the East and the West, the question natural- ; ly arises: Can it supj ly our, people with 1 the i great staples so necessary to the set tling up of a new country? or must we, to obtain our supplies, continue to visit St. Louis, and still pay tribute to tie bu- " siness men of that city? With the view of arriving at a correct conclusion, in company with Mr. IIakxa, of the Cour ier office, and Messrs. Hutchinson .and ; Blood, of Lawrence, we passed through the principal streets of Alton, and called at numerous wholesale stores, and mag nificent manufacturing establishments. We had passed through but a few before we began to understand that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 May 1856

.'.;-f BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SATURDAY MAY 101856. NUMBER 14VOLUME I !. - - " ' . . ' i , ... ?.-.. - r .. .. : ; . . - i :; Selected oefnj;' - "TJiey: are so Happy There." ; ; v-M W: L-sJ Why should Northern Freeman seek. ;. To break the bondman1 chain, '" ' " ' To raise the falkarfromthddust, 3 Their manhood t regain ? . Why plead their can) bo fore the throng In earnest, tearrn I prayer ; . When Southera breezes .waft the sonnJr ' . 'TJwy reo hgpy theru PJ. j.7 -'.cz' Happy Yes like tha imprisoned Bird'1"1 ' That thrills its Trailing soug,- .. , Or. like she patient oxj that bears - " ' ' . T bq yoke and, galling thong . -, . So they, protected from ull iJJ, ( : .JBpatriaTehal care,- n:::;r;viv i.l-' Jy eat aad drink, and danco and ting, - "Afld bo o happy there." ' True, they ardriveiito their taisk , . i; , ;; Before the rising snn, ' - : j And often feel the crnel lali, -Ere alt their toil udone; ; Tlieir childitn may beaold ufar, , : ; r (For such things a...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 May 1856

Jljc ifchiD of I.ceSoh). G. W. BROWW, Editor, J. H. GREENE, Associate Editor. Lawrence, Saturday, May 10. 1856V TERMS: - i k : $2 00 PEE ASKUU, m ADVANCE. fob presidxkt, : SV s-- JOIINC. FUEMOiST, SUBJECT TO THS DECISION OT THE NATIOJT- 5 AL REPUBLICAN CpXVXKTIOK . f : Another War Tfcre atening Us ! Lot our friends" in the North Ee. ready! Kansas is again invaded by armed ruf fians Thy; are gathering5 in by tens, and fifties,, and hundred ." Shannon has regularly; enrolled them as Terri torial Militia, ccrr.misfk r.ed tl eir pffi cerscrAtnriioirent they may commence the qrk, of devastation. We have no time to remark further than this : Gov. Shannon is aid to be desir ous of. employing the U.' S. troops to mak arrests, but the other official swtar this shall not be.' If an armed horde of these invaders attempt to , enforce tie t)0gu8 lavvp, they will be resisted to' the last extremity. ; :i ! ; ;; , ... .- '. ' "Let Slip the" Dcgs of War." J , Outrage follows outrage with frightful r...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 May 1856

1 :5JetRid of ; Lawrence, Saturday, May, 10, 1856. . : . Editorial Correspondence. Laks View.Hocsjc, near Chicago,) i -- April 4, 1856, J -Keaders Herald or Fkiedom I am stopping at the Water Cure establishment ?five miles north of Chicago; to recuper ate: my, heaUlii m hich 1 failed me al few days aero. - .. --.i -. : ..-On Monday evening kst I w.SinIlock ford, 111., and spoke to a Crowded house .on Kansas matters. 1 find we have many devoted friends in the city, and but a very "few who sympathize with our enemies. The presses there are Republican, and Jceep ib' people fully advised of 1 the tro'gs we have received from the hands Ti the pro-slavery party, and the powers that be. :. ; '' , . ; Rockford is a beautiful town which has grown up in about ten years, and num bers some ten thousand inhabitants. - It ii destined to tie a prominent place. The "city is situated on the Chicago and Ga lena Railroad, and is only four hours ride from Chicago, or about one hundred miles. , The , ro...

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