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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 11 April 1857

i If i ' iut & a ia lb cm w un -, - LewilderedJIII Idnieht advsz fK lidca landmt " Vdoe hs well ft fie radiance ( j-V inu Mm' pe if i 'l llfj '. . V k eiooas e mi pbtcrniagqui hr naught bat I iV ten if, ere long 1 .14 Dace more hi let-ma, utli;1 iy coaatn u :j hi thus oarfl,. i ihoiurb lite o'ft i s I hail once tMifi Df triumph tnr n Vp imtii r.riM M.I KadbowtoF, remiriZfc, a? ;73 Vwresee,i ' ospectas of k.t i tf. I :i month, occi iy.l858,andjll r through foul Y: tment for higt ' of Novembel h i b column, new li t execution wf f l M A ' ra who my a ited States. ? brt, the entir oily new, as M peouatry. s (The rratf it. ibers at tw t; 'f 5 suspenses ; i js ! m thUlij Tho Kani 1 V" djtfToyeU b i niMcr.hasI U daring euv n impmot m, and dearored tc 1 1 ,1 u it Ir. Mr. Brc i pn a poorer i r IlehtTifj; 1 ; bcpt loving S I A a moo. nnda ; . a Tee, broke oj -,j tohhofficeMjic ion worthrl if5' "j. bile her hufba V; ; w, which war 1 1 1 g s andflavo?!?; Jrjple tatemrf U v pearanc or t : r...

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. — 18 April 1857

n EE 'IS. iTt i f!ij. W to Ba IQuindiro iM I ttcntion of h a nwn Tr Hbioh of tw, I -A - fly i f , ..1, in esi. ir tig l l 1 . 1 V , I : 1; ...1,1 t ; . Wt i I hvl; 1 ... 1 I IV ! iin Ain . pirari in front I narrow 'n,. age which bar. ' Tw in extent, Lhe fe to steamboat sh , . barrier to o -will rvceir of thcKsaeas h of tfceKaa- -ea from J-. o places. -ntk. My under con suls vi cominu. regularly be--to from the Bale of allan LaTe al- ij streets.- A1 1 viU eooa W is aleu in p ro ll aT in it - trY. modioa ware- g trade, solicit lie llisfouriEv- Leavenworth er,-with respect .a.aua Jiiver, exeat cm ivor i n m bperior landing, un muui ci a r. skirted br tha rairies. tOfrethp. of-ile to the (Tah iti iikeonri oA Lnl the catnral v.ts of t!ie tame, und most dera- on tha MLwmrt oint on the cev. run Chicajro. via. o pcrmaaexxt Beat male tLia their' ad also to iit it L oCfering unpar- eights ate being is point. fcTcd to mechan- to thof pnrtba t hao been pur- tbe present time, Dti. very Quarter. ...

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. — 18 April 1857

$eir of freetoty. T7ily Cirrclition, Orer 7,000. O. W. BROWN. - - - Editor, LAWRENCE,' KANSAS. SATURDAY M0RM5G. APRIL 19, 1857. t . . , j' 1 X X B 24 S. fSiXJ ruLAjjrrv adtacx - Clave Out Coastrtut! OS. " Opr. Geait is reported to hv said at, 8 L Louis, that a pro-sIavery.Con-stitntion would be adopted for Kansas. We have no doubt be made the re . mark.' He knew how the party in power was working the wires ; and was familiar with all their machinery for enslaving the Una fide settler. IIo knew the damning outrages they vonld commit en the ballot box, and he knew, too, that the Constitution framed by pro-slaverj men, would, not be subtaittted to a vote of the people. Of course, then, a pro-slavery Consti tution will be adopted. No man iu his senses denies that fact ; but Con gress ean never be guilty of such an act as admitting a State with a Con stitution begotten by fraud, and con ceived in crime, and brought foilb by violence. A slave State of Kansas I It would be the worst blow f...

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. — 18 April 1857

p57. remarks r induce farther. lng ia hi more of the founded to pour mutual a club kh other, ere; of that no im "with in with-. . inferred xild hold " Lf timber las 1 this d to dis- (Yankees., Lawrence v and re in ent was jr fifty, or that the . Le settled, io general k the land f alne and ty, letter as that if should Le hty acre, not lie ten s legan to n the "ex- . Iir kPMml Jvely re lation, but justice to . n a proper the Kanas committee lility of re ompromue !"thu Unite-1 ;o appropri ates of the nt p re-em p to hereafter f' jumping, et-ently had k with pa-a.-e which I the site of latter part 15 woman in tid e anil bad ioue, in thi i ff creation I rcgi-tered office. Flie lire on I.e. I ins house e I her and which, ac- eition of the ' ltlil! to, fjll8 leit th re are quarter wc- 1 i uown nere. mils immedi hi. Tim her 1 age. ami of hut they were ife after this, t er nor water cut pi evented ming here for eantime one of nother found- ivc it up to hi unt, -who hail hirlington, hut fli ...

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. — 18 April 1857

-UI rFtJlu Herald ) ' Fretdcnu To Kansas Ot greenrv waving prairie land,, i r Where balmy. breezes"blv, Where purpling Tine, and flower 'oxpana Beneath tb WtteoVgtow " - Shall thy grand bills and valleys fair, . Inna"mrei gtoriea diest, - - --- Be-echo with-tho pitoooi. ail;' j Andcfyof UPpprMid j gr - ShaVthV green iod groV ted with blood 4 Wrung from the bondman's heart?:.5 ,: ShalLthrJ)rjhLKajis3s on ju flood BehQlUahomauniart, ; j Where manhoodV strenib-jsjjd jromu' charms . - And human lesh are sola, . '" .. " Where eBIldren, torn from ;rooth?rs arms AroxhaSied or worthies gold ? ' Shall Gods freaf law of human right, And freedoms charter fail ? ; - . -y And tyrants in their hetiih might, CKea freedom's host prevail r . , Ah, no ! from air thy roctyjiills . 5'": FrT ArV. Missouri' wave, ' " To where Arkansas spaxkling rill r Thejocky mountain lave; '" . From grand old mountains ob thy west, C!adin eternal snows, -vi;.i . J .?;. To thy Neosho V valley-blest, ' Raptntheir swerepo...

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. — 25 April 1857

TERiaS;--Tiro Dollars per Anuum-In Advance. ' "tboih ckceihb to eaeth tmu. mss iOAn." ' A Family XcTTipaper:--Indcpcndcal on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1857. NUMBER 35-VOLUME 2. hhab- ially iture I: In, we- lent of" I Hard- ariab pr olS btto ia. V6m - hence. 71111 , Jr baek turns. lirbt. Is, nd bcern-. rough. ' eft for- . 1 ifac- LOCXK 18 ben red In v -t ' MS Origin cf last Sumaet'sWtr The following article was found in our safe, in manuscript form, on oar re tarn, last' September, from onr foar months imprisonment. It was writtea immediately after the destruction, of Lawrence, by oar associate at that time, a a faithful histoty of the ori gin of the difficulties of a year ago. As Mr. Wattles i$ now absent from his post and the chapter in Kansas History suspended until he is able to resume his duties, we have con cluded to publish it, Just as tee found it, making no corrections or altera tions whatever, though were ice to write toe a...

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. — 25 April 1857

IfeilO of JreeSoh). T7ekly Circulation, Orer 7,000. O. W. BROWN. - - - - Editor, IX Y0UlSfE3, I Alaunt Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1851 Oa th Wroas Track. cTdie N. Y. JW seems to think our Topelca Constitution dead, and beyond the tope of resurrection. In this the editor ens. Oar hops of making Kan sas a free State is partly centered in that Constitution. TV hen the pro slavery party sends their Constitution to Congress, we expect to fend ours there the one formed by the actual, lona fide residents of the Territory. W eipect in a memorial, signed ly a large majority of all the legal voters in the Territory, to show the fraud and violence which has characterized the past legislation of Kansas ; show how the bogus Legislature was im posed upon n3 ; show the infamous code they hare enacted for our en lavement; the late Constitutional Convention movement ; the designs of the leaders in that movement, and the villanous schemes concocted and art folly carried oat...

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. — 25 April 1857

Pey need it In. a.i .t I In K 1 UUF e u Hi: hone. P. ar , ' 'aong the aw food lft rrg.' ; PNEKA. 14. 1857. cle in tie 4"CaCtiott e"t," and aH. will ia jattentioa 0f ent, and viewed lcb that the ignorant of He tayg ia was survey. "'en were built Dp ter had bien lion, eipeci uave known. 'veyj, nor til the past wer e'Uon- nponthem town bein p that wei pon streets ion, and as i building a and nought whole pro 'ie winter of suciHtes, in ie 1 the Dre. roiecded to ke a plan of hare since !y, this same the Associ Loinut char- cognised as trs, claiminz uler ita old cord of his a Commit- fite the case, , :nd that he ml no meet teen called. id, when in 3 members, .va.- objected Thpy then p a meetings cretary, aud al manner. Mi on." Mr. eiy clt-ail a bogus As- .vleduiiiir his till holding tit those "ofa- H?akH, a$ b-. htures of e a riIit so ' in had nur- ol Mr. , willing to n buch i)io- lo ilo so.' .nvlertaken to re he was ou a'il'ornia. (as to do, be throw tome production, trued but to on the ...

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. — 25 April 1857

vr - ZTjPtiU Kefild f Freedom, MaSn.i a-Inauguration. 1 ; Very Tanly to the East-ward, tresi tncrn- . ing.foia aca grey,. Very spectral seem the n essels moving up nf dan th bay. Yerr feeblv wiD the fanlight glance Tipon ' thesis to-day.1 '. ' , . " ' Very loudly do the silver trumpet ting thi vujihout the stiwts." 1 Very grandly fall the s&eascred starches of ... a. nuiuqa vxv . -v- , Yry fcoarsa ar all the Voice cf the Beings wnoiai meet. .. ; - .j, And the migh thtnerwjf choe of the cannon crash and boom. L . like the roar of coming people speaking to us i&ro ine gloom,- - -f4!thebUrtlinguoUe shake the pictures hanging in my room, ' , Very proudly float the silken color on the Capitol, " " 1 : Very firmly does the old man tread across .f-iitha Senate-Hall, ; . 1 ' ' 1 -'Very bland and Terr gracious, is the smile - .b smiles on all. And the eyes of staring thousand bend in wonder on the Sight - - And the hum of homaa voices eleaveth up . , ward thro the light, .".. ; - 'An...

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. — 2 May 1857

Eanley. , . , - r ) s,.i r . Kansas. : ?Qtsda to . fe of Mesjirs tif ? I - uiq - louia. 7 Quindam ,. je attention of i. besa men. Tr kseassion of those, . j ma bar to lenrth Worn the Ccai- fdiw to Kansas : Jbis place, fr the Iat ia Fan as ntit i and Kaw rivera, 'ibl tv Mbtouri in front :d narrow. The olid ledge which sand bar. The er in extent, eve n the river U at tie to steaiuboati ri flows between irni&h a barrier to he liver. It can daro -will receira Ue of the Kansas outn of the Kan. j rules firm Latt- two places, with ready under eon. means cf comma. ly regularly be nee. ed to expend in ie from the tale of dollars bar aAV din? streets. A nd twenty horse aia wtu soon ba is also in pro jr. navinsr made- t mmodious ware I ing trade, solicit t tf fX. T. the Msfouri Bir. Fc Leavenworth. ie Kansas Biver. I a great emporium nperior landing, n me micLHt oi jtr. skirted by the prairie, together ioite to t!) on the KUsouri and and the natural beta of the fame, I and most cleAira- ty...

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. — 2 May 1857

5 Weekly Circulation, Over 7.CG0. O. W. BROWN, - - - - Editor, a TOTTO. Atount Editor.. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNKfG.MAY2.1857 T X R M 8. f2.W rat m, advahc - Vi?it from the Governor. " . ActinglGor. Stastojt Taid Lawrence a yisit a week ago Friday afternoon and eve- mot. He wajT cordially received by the people, and in the evening partook of a tup- pr jwilh teveral of oar leading citizens, at the Cincinnati, House. In the evening he addressed a large crowd, who had collected to welcome him t tht town. .' , . . The Governor, said be came here in ad vine of Got. Walker,.lo assume tbe exec utiva daties until the arrival of that gentle man, which. would be about the 35th of May Tbe pohey which would govern him was to give canal and exact justice to all parties He came her to favor neither, hot was de termined to bo the executive of the whole people. Though born and educated in tbe South, and taujbt to look favorably upon Soothers instimtiens yet he had no desire to fore thoseinst...

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. — 2 May 1857

r - 7. ju for' a and -:stead Feb- of the te ap jble re L to be ' psd Na Lnac-ity lard et o actual atoa) at Ire? ng: oar except p in pro' ir exam- or us to shall of a, for itf to $27 Ldlk ct cssen' e much 4 Acco-" ountierf 3 to a price in 'r re a ma' ; -te lands be ccun-" . on them . ; cm more e, for oof" tiii.an na- uiutD oa LivUftachv;.' in a man' t al. '- - f Virginiaf ' dly wva- enovuting show jou ' side, and' lake stock: : propose or . ad are at sublime viting the- ,- ; labor to gtion for fone Iiub- -ion a good These ap- of a largo ke it man-' nt will be ,ies treated - t if, cn tlie of Virginia, and of our , selves as to , ists and se- - ig outrages , of peaceiul ky the con- ? Id these fail - eignty must m, as tt hat Le intimida- 1 eople when fci defiance of hips to the Ve send our . br principle, i n in sending bout the in- ut with that cdom "will lie glorified." iaruci panne w.for "filthy fuld probably . ales tree tor the country, of catching narket, wheu1 d that he can king V...

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. — 2 May 1857

For the Herald of Freedom. Kacaaa. ' A'tweTve month t cazca has parsed away Since Kansas knew a darker daj " . Than e'er or patriot Fathers saw IWnealh item Britain's iron law. '-. When war poured oat its crimna flood, And Freedom's altar smoked with blood. Twas then that o'er our fair domain. Grim Terror held his dismal reign The ruthless hordes of bandits came. Tbsir path wsj marked with bleo-i and flame. Th' asastsin prowled in erery way. And murder stalked in open day, Nor helpless age, nor tender youth. Nor epotless fame, nor stainless truth, Sufficed to stay the ruffian's knife. And aav the hapless victim's life. Virtue was trampled in the dust, . And sacrificed to brutal lust. , . 21 others and wires, and daughters fair, Outraged as devils only dare. And lien was seen at dead of night, The burning cabin's blazing light While lofty mansions shared the same, And towns and cities wrapped in flame. And there were seized by order due. Of those who Eight no Justice knew. Our noble ...

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. — 9 May 1857

! 1 hi ID vnunr, - 5 pw io , 1DJ II l-aA the att; .fc fat kn' P become lie r!' 11 fiandise to E:aBt, i nans bun and Ka ansaa Fct-neiDle to -"u carro'W. TER3ISJ r-TTo Dollars per Aanum In AdTancc. sand bar. "TltUTH CRCaHJU TOvEUtTIlf BHAIIt tISfi. AQAUI" J ViTJ aner la Uible to ateajnfiL? ouri flourg furnii.li 1 barrier t. T lie nver. Itcaa indam Irade of ill the south of V mile from places, already naer con. f CtTr,i means 1 1; regularly t ' recce. edged tO fTDsnJ : from the aU ,. d dollar lollarg have ij L-rad aug Btretts. A d t and twenty hor will Mu v. d ! and tot.! ia also ui prot ley. having niaie commodious vara pring trade, solicit r.-tf . K. T. ' Ft. Leavenworth ine Jvansas Eiver the Trent emporium mjierior landing i in tbe midst f ruber, Blurted bv ht e prairie, tojr".tlr opposite to the ou' f the Mifonri and t. and the litturj ducta of the name est and most desira "ry on the MWjnri al point on then. . from Chicago vi. trie permanent teat Co. to make thia their r, and ao to...

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. — 9 May 1857

Jfefcild of freedohj. "Weekly Circulation, Orer 7,000. O. W. BROWN, - Editor, & YclSSf3 AtoUrt Editor LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MOR2ttKJ,HAT 9. 1857 TERM 8 13.80 rn unrc. zir 5ae Gftralter of Slavery Taken. It is astonishing to see the, changes which are taking place in Kansas. In the past, as we have stated, there seems to be a sort of fatal ity resting on those' town settled under pro-6lavery anspicies ; and this condition of things has lasted until tho6e places have pas sed into free State hands. -' Douglas, seven miles west of Lawrence, was started by pro-slavery men. It has only a. historical existence with but a tingle house upon it. . Benecia, . one mile from Doczlas. has met with a similar fate. : Tecumseh was started under pro-slavery influences, but it hat passed into free State hand. Lecompton is dragging ont a sickly existence, and would hardly have a being but for the fact of the pnblic ex penditures there." Besides it is believ ed at this time that a majority of t...

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. — 9 May 1857

Lawrence, Saturday, &ay 9, 1857. ' " Job Wcrk. , ; -We now hold ourselves in readiness to execute every variety of job print ing, from an ordinary poster, down to the finest specimen of gilt and bronze work; including carda, certifi cates of town 'snares, notes, drafts, ' anything in short, at price which will defy competition. Oar jobbing de partment is perfect in all its arrange ments, and has been purchased after many years experience as a job pr in ter, without regard to cost, to meet for good work. We have an immense stock of carja and card board of all colors, fancy show cards, embossed note paper of endless, profusion, with envelopes to match, all the different descriptions of paper for common or fancy jobs, down to bank note paper, the most expensive kind of look, card And colored inks. In short, those who wish good jobs, or ordinary ones, have only to make their way to the Herald of Freedom office, and get their orders executed on our " Wells Power JobBfng Press, simila...

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. — 9 May 1857

- " Fer & Herald sf Freedom. ' To ta Zlexaory ct K. P. Brown. Bear the hero to bis grave. For nobly hath he striven ; . . Kever onto on mors brave Hath our tears been given. ' - ' - .Well make his grave where Pilot 3Ionnd O'erlooka the "muddy river," That its proud waves, as on they flow, . May to his fame deliver - Its requiem, grand, sublime and Iree, " The glorious troth revealing : "Tis better far to die like thee. Than to a tjrant kneeling. -.Then roond thy grave we vow afresh. Hostility eternal, To tyranBy and bloody wrong, : And Slaver's cause infernal. Wo breathe afresh our corse on those " Our fairy South-land blotting, Who with their deeds of wrong and ahame - la infamy are rotting. While oar great horo's name shall rise , ' . With his fair Kansas glory, . And millions of her free bora sens, " Shall proudly tell the story How Dow and Brown and Barber bled Tfr Kansas to deliver Trom slavery's chains aneV tyrant's tread, i r , -I ...... .;. hi, ADO iwib 6; 6" ""Than "sof...

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. — 16 May 1857

auIey,T kansaa. . - fOCHl to U Wf of Mesra Rr 1 r:. 'sis.- ' fllg. V Qaindaro fc auemion of. i0 1 ess men. Her. I .Ti H"mtf those I length nmored I r W est. I 'dise to ITMii..' f "', ; 1'" " ' ----- ' ' -t - kible to ttiaa! '"cuu" m front a narrow. Ti, Mid ledge hich tan a tar. Tha Krm extent, ete b the river ia Lie to Meaaboau ri flows between mn a barrier to beriyer.. IlciA laro will receive pe of the Kan. Kjth of the Kaa- niles from Iaw. two places, -ith ready under con maos of ccrnran Ij.rtgtJarly It. nee.' Igtd lo expend in g from th tale dollars hate haiue streets. A and twenty hone and will Boon b? tl is ahto in pro- 17. baring mid- immodiouu wart. ing trade, solicit ifie iiR-onri Rir Ft." LaveDworth iver, mith fmim lie Xunuaa Hirer i ie frret tmr-rinm i in tLe midst of I snirKir Undin t ntr. skirted br lh i ue JMiAsonri and and the natural ncU of the t and rntt deiia- try on the Mumouri ointon the new- r tnn C'bkaeo via. t ne rxnnanent seat i o. i mako thia tlicir f and Iho ...

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. — 16 May 1857

5fel3 of freeSoty. T7kly Circulation, Over 7,000. O. W. BROWN, - - - Editor, SSAASf. Assistant Editors. II WWW - - i LAWRENCE, KANSAS. ATUEDAT MORNING. MAY 16, 1857 T B R 21 S. i2.00 ra AJnrmf, or abvavcz The Tyranny of Fclitio3. The caption of this article has been aelectedVaiW rsadrag-an-artfcle In the If. Y. TribuM, denouncing the Aa oa .EVa, because it advise the peo ple of Kansas to go to the ballot-box, in June next, and wrest this Territo rial government from the hands of our present pro-slavery rulers. Because the .Era has daredto take this position, the Tribune publishes that the former has " sold cut," and has gone over to the pro-slavery party. - In a late num ber it says: " The National Era is winning golden opinions and a liberal adver tisement from the Buchanan journals, iy urging the Free State men of Kan sas to succumb to the Border Ruffian usurpation, and vote at the Constitu tional election ordered by the bogus Legislature." The National Era advises a policy which ...

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. — 16 May 1857

View. as: WLat uestion htg perhaps an- it man w-li ling Kansas teperons and tuestion Las and in soma eisttilladi- e most bare :o meet the e, there are have been polls, con- mbem, and he constitn- result of besides this t men. The Lite polls had a that they us entitled to second class e polls under se with them to acknowl- body that or- e three clas- 111 the Free he first and Id doubtless- ze whenever btaincd. The nnot see that articipate in he settlement V) 01 r admits luebtion still do that, will our rights? e resistance bring us tbe re determin- may. t led that we he June elec- believed that I in sufficient lection, and be acknowl- body whom d deserving pient instead let us see if . Facts are great inter- atever these btain them, votes in the pro-slavery cjtate votes. the number show to the ed upon us. 1 that since determined election, the are ful not to oils who is t if this be facts of val- only know but shall be Unfranchised uired three urior to vot- taken prior Juent to, it as...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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