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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 25 July 1857

.Ml fen i ft. 1 ' ; r; 1 5 i-j. mi 4 Ilje geid of B-eeSoh. Lawrence, Saturday, Jaly 25, 1857; Gcr. Walker's Frociaxaatioa. Got. Walkeb has issued a lengthy proclamation "To the People of Law rence," expressing displeasure at the or ganization f an independent city charter, delaringit "in direct defiance of the Ter ritorial government," and placing the peo ple "in open conflct with the government of the United States," and this aft?r a bill "creating municipal governments" vran defeated by the Topeka Legislature. We publish, it entire, as a document which will be read with interest in the East as well as in Kansas: Leatexwobth, July 15, 1357. "I have learned that a considerable num ber of the citizens of Lawrence, in this Territory, have adopted, as they claim, by a popular vote, a charter for their local .Government. A copy of that charter has been placed in my hands; upon compar ing which with that granted by the Terri torial Legislature, last winter, I find that they differ intent...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 1 August 1857

A. tnrri inletr ' ; es, Glaflg 3 iodicals, s IH. fccilitiesenabt V in tb- f-tT61 sutmlv pv . 7 best of the Ayer's, Pitchy mix ii." 7i - Kdr, Arabian Vopolar ue. ' 4 ffthnw.Li 2-16 !!! ' j i or 8t BtlTinfir V . Duhlirat icatiooa as . cmI TV. i. " Jjred, t Mrs. Stowe. W ' OA ... Implete 77, " -Bills L L wSai A 'YbjMrs. P Aiarun," by new tad HP the largest, (tent of all kind., 'Twnere this fa, liurlbutV finest forcircnlanand cialKote.aslow tred and Fn. kd fancy Envef. I, blue and pens with 6ilre fountain Pen,' pcicet and count- irenciis; visit. hrin5 Paper and waiera. AI, noes. Ar. , very cbeap.br "at. hNovels ic.tj ich as Dickon. Lackeray's .Fred' f. Mrs. Gray, aur, ana wanT .'STRUMEXTS. Violins, Fifej tail pieces and ring, a fine av l nooks for tc usic. W. 4- P. d Bowie Knives. 0. D."and"U. balls, flasks. also, razors and w. 4- p. d Wines, Lran- rpctet only. W.4-F. ne just received P- and Smoking, audit. W.AF. Kansas. t and onlj com 1 Books yet in Id Reader, Vat- Cornell's Gewr- r, C...

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. — 1 August 1857

i ! & A i I V4 hi WEEKLY OSCULATION, NEARLY 8,000. 6. W.- BROWS", - - - - EDITOK. ASSISTANT EDIT OSS. A. WATTLES, i U. TO US 6. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SAT CRD AT MOBXI5G. AUGUST 1. 18S7. TEBXS. FEB A3T5CM. IX ADVAXCE. Th Hffw Position Brlrwd. It was asserted by speakers at the late Topeka Convention and the same idea has been promulgated by the public press that the State gorerament of Kansas should be exceedingly, careful how it ber comes mixed -up with the Territorial gov: erment, "for,? they say, "if the people of Kansas become connected with it in any way, or indorse its acts, the State organ ization will, by such act, assume its respon sibilities. One speaker, conscious that his own opinion was worthless in a ques- j tion of this character, represented that. a "legal gentleman of acknowledged abil ity' had written him, cautioning him on this subject. While we have no contro versy with the person who urged this idea at Topeka, we must be allowed to differ with his legal adviser, ...

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. — 1 August 1857

'oto HertUd 'BCS. - kJune 24. iae old Bay arly to ex. iiui 0y the pse who seem oenefici e of K9ricr.. ople who d. iil ine incur, last year. Mt year when uey was col. ra, to sustain lu" cause of tchusetts peo- 7 litUotown h contributed Pa deserving 1,3 canvassed, n everv imnj 1 - &WU liewheelew- i and wo for Kan. ifltainiftow, nowed al I men fiere 'h. I7i - small if i i:nn' Jbutcd ivided. ibnn- lice. rvarf Bhnro? amon few of that it K Mr. ?r ie flSA. 9 1 mem jlge for difficult alt UTrm the rrn and con. speofi. inein- perehas been ?, both before ved from the men suffering edne of thru. bosal to satis- ; that people on and n. ere at hand, oi tneJSorth cnt, and high n a few days on by the lack iposure to the disheartened 'ht8 and wash each of her harrcd herself J.wan. sicklv. iUt live. She less occasioned her roof upon r a few days' by: the death thing but Btar- tre arc men of ived thousands Isas, and were f provisions tne unitarian kith clothin. r h bed that a rortcd to have f.vo y...

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. — 1 August 1857

i' IM f J sir f t J--'" i j Hit m 1.1 Tift" -r. . 4 ?- re: i 1 VI i : Lawrence, Saturday, Ansast 1, '57. -. : '-' .' " Hot Yet. - - ' : ': : ' Oh! not set r Kayst thou unloose thr eorslet nor lay by Thy sword, nor yet, 0 Freedom! close thy fids la clamber; for thin enemy never sleep. ' And thou most watch and combat, till the day Of the new Earth and Heaven. - - The above quotation, from Wjr. Cclles Bbyast's "Antiquity of Freedom,' seems bo appropriate to the times in which we live, and is so happily expressed, we can not do else than give it a place in the . 'Eerald of Freedom. It is but another ex pression to that idea of Jefferson that o "Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty." "Watch and combat, till the day of the new Earth and Heaven,' tons is direction that we must not give over our efforts for freedom, to abandon the struggle, or to . flatter ourselves that the victory is com . plete until, we are safely moored in the haven of the federal Union as a Free and , sovereign ...

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 August 1857

-t - a i Jre K7 best.3g 1 1 1 XEBUS:--Tiro Dollars per AnnumIn AdTance. "tbuth cedsekd to eabth : shua, bisb aghx A Family IVcxrgpapcr:--Indepcndeiit oa All Subjects. BYG. W- BROW & CO. LAWRENCE. ICAKSAS, SATURDAY. AUGUST 8, 1857. : 3?JTOffiER 50-VOLTO1E 2. i i - i ' himenta. Tt7 . t and far "T1 .1 n popular nsc ' tDAiTlfLlET Books II - "1' WOKS fn. f- a vol complete; Hili; now ue books, new- IID A FI5LET. ktt-D t"K i. . Irtmpnt f .11 . p.iur circulars n1 Colored and Fa,iCr inauiancy EnVef me. blue nn4 VI i u reus wiU! 8,lTe - -- wjnnt. rainoes, fcc. Mm- Terycbean u fc. Novels icVkr L such as DirV.,., ' inacKeraj'g ,FrH lis. Mr, ":-,-- rwrw t . t ; i, Arthur, and manr ' XL L J INSTRUMENTS violins. pif tail pieces tad strings, a fine i. ion brat a I music W. F. and Bowie Kniviy "U. D."and"C. ver balL, flavin, ; aLso. razors ami bj" W. F. Tied Wines, Bran purpoaes only. nine just retekti IRDAFINLEY. g and fmokiug, orana. or Kansas. and only com tool Books yet in ana xteaaer, nit ,...

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 August 1857

if " - I '4 -J IV ' - rjl f5!! v m f s-. I. I4't; 7 Iljeifel9 of lHth WEEKLY GECULATIOS, NEARLY 8,000. C. f. BBOWX, A. WATTLE. I h. Terse. ) ..... EBITOB. ASSISTANT LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 8, UST. Second YoIddb Endevi. This number closes the second volume of Mif Herald of Freedom. The first num ber of the volume was issued in February, a year and a half ago, and its publica tion has been delayed from time to time by causes over which we had no control. But the end .is attained, and the record, whether a good one, or otherwise, is fin ished. m It has been our purpose to make it a faithful chronicle of passing events in . Kansas, and a reflection of our men views on such subjects as we have seen fit to discuss in its columns. Es chewing all parties but the Free State party of Kansat,txA aiming only at the freedom of the Territory from foreign misrule and outside interference, and the curse of hu man slavery,' we have necessarily come in contact with persons differin...

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. — 8 August 1857

ewbf Ander. . at V- : preamble mi bfthe citizen i j aa.ua Vand 7 1 u I ixic irecoiized, Ban. rmim.. .eat, ' . WUIT signified it r he aau ofthuiTeTri. ebclhoa with 1U are now, ag edcral author. Government. Pededtoni- jjwdoij there. i tae present b we the em. h irrespocsille A forced upon ajjainsi their oice or rvart; in the DrMt fcal affairs, we lTPt Tr n . Kansas, to par- tow for or 1 may be pre. that will ... and alao fnr . i embers of the l Delegate to Kansas stal ls "bogus laws" nable us, in a. e power to ta. tch legislation I sentiments of Vnsas. m further ad. nstitution im. That the long the last Con Kansas under Jnal recognition a uepubitcan should satisfv hirthr effort ia d unavailable, kction and dis- 5 development Territory. fave full'confi. Kansas have itv to nrotert ercise of their iy further mob orference and time our re s' wc mv in administration Territnrv. an! rn Kansas, ere in sou, climate ccs of wealth ter political in- m tue constel- we admit the j exercise of a mat...

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. — 8 August 1857

1 f 1 mi . I :. 4 - 3 Lswreccf Saturday, August 8, '57. 71m Ultimate Sod. . . .. . . " No one who has watched the ominous signs of the times,. can for a moment doubt the fact that the fate of ";Kanas is fixed; her rtumifest destiny is clear and distinct, end the joyous words of Free Soil and Free ITen, are legibly written on her ban ner, in characters ineffaceable. Tbesouth ; em slave oligarchy no longer indulge in . rapturous visions of immense hemp and tobacco plantations on her verdant plains, and fancy fails to picture the long rows of cabins assigned to their human chattels for quarters. The last hope has fled which for long years has been cherished by the politicians of the South, of ruining Kansas, even- by the same means as ruin - has perched upon the broad acres and green hills of the Old Dominion.- Slave labor would have accomplished this, and thus we have two most strenuous reasons for opposition to its establishment. First, the principle of right, which denies the power ...

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 August 1857

I AT.4-- ;TAIL.D?Ai; 1 .31. LnAtn;.n eriodicaU, St e. rfrieadaScam F, 1llerW-Iacllme8e.t.l- 7theEal4U; apply a on the . i ira. I urn m tti 75 TTh TTTi T7i TF. .fh T P Ayers, Pitci'. mcs. AW .1.7 F OsfTood'aciLi. K Bittern; tJi. I""". Moan's Mere, Arabian turt. ?. and Tar." u " Fahnesfa. i popular use I k iUfLET. 315 boks!!! keep books fb, ads mar rp1 publicaLf K"d. "Dred. . J Mrs. Stowe lew," 2d toI ' njplete; "Hiu, ; " Saratoga. A taraee'byJlr,. o Martin," by poks, new and 4 FINLEY. i tie largest. iicntofaUkiadi TWhere thi far iurlbutV ..,. forcircolarsaiid ciaiijiote.asi oral and Fancj uu fancy EnTef. , blue and black rcns with fountain Pfcti and coact Pencikj Vi8it. wing Paper and , W afera. Also, inota, Ac. iJem' , very cheap, by Novels Ac, by en as Uickent.'. Lackeray'H Jred , Jura. Gray's, bar, and many W. A F. rSTRUMEXTS. Violins, Fifes tail pieces aud rings, a fine a- n books for ac usic. W. if F. id Bowie Knives. O. D."and"U. balls. fla;Vfl also, razors aad w. 4- F. Yd Wine...

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. — 15 August 1857

m Vi JJ 1!; " 3 f $8 9il ?! f: V si! U r r? - ; - i lije '.'of. jHcfoty. WEEKLY QECCLATIOX, 5EASLY 8,000. A.WATTXEA, . . . i KBITS B. assistant xrres. ri-if tat & Tnrek. t Llrty jv. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. 8ATURDAY MOEXEG, AUGUST 13, 1S57. TEBS.4.e Ett AJDirX. W All VAX CE. t ' ; FeiylezMee. . .. The life of man i fall of them. . From the cradle to the grave, he wanders, as it were, in a pathless wilderness. - Strong in the desires of . happiness and peace, they are constantly eluding his grasp; faith and hope seem all that he can surelj call hisown. When these fail, disappoint ment and despair leave humanity a mis erable WTeck upon the shore of time. Such too, are the lives of States and Em pires. , Convulsions often give them birth, their continued existence is a troubled one? they disappear from the page of history under the clouds of internal com motions or foreign conquest. " Xo exception to the general rule docs "Kansas present in her birth or in the pre sent aspect of her affai...

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. — 15 August 1857

26,1857. ( (his quarter 0f Fcome to yea large measn.. am and i wi.r pelyacbiol. r"w" wc yet , tics to ncrr,,. Jmd appreciate ' t wr morality y, wt having a liberal edat with interest nemoYemn. Vluring the last ve and decide ray own satis. i . . the ipringof mzed and act. Ky throughont, a aeed to the the partT. Lrvc them and Mion, sincerely eu-8acnficb tneywere.and dtotheattain- pct, vrhieh vas Free State Whatever the be been in the Ve them to k. U band of art! ruusan asso tors and fortune pd distinction, nig lauuriOUS- ianaticism,to And to bam. ic belief that c and patriotic se of all other ' devil, and all is infernal lies, rageous swm-. tv. ouch thev c of procednrp jents being rev. of praise, and i upon success. r times, doult- ivep an equal of the God of e. let all owid jrto shoulder dition to these I o ow'i ir own tiromo- Ay, and happi- m iiiem 10 uuer p beneath the Vmy. r the present, n tho Dresent lid if the eyes neu, were they tliey really birh ns flirt would be the I write t...

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. — 15 August 1857

5Jei9 of FreeSoty. Lawrence, Sa'tnrday, AcgTist 15, 57. . Broken Sewn Felitftlan. . Of all the countries with 'which wc are acquainted Kansas can beat the whole in the number of broken down politicians " who have come to it to recuperate their dilapidated condition. . Svme of them are good men useful men in their way but they arc quite . too numerous to be profitable to Kansas. '? They find that ex treme measures are popuhir with the peo ple, and so they vie with each other to ticable position Look at Jlissouri last season. No man there dare assume a moderate position. To do so was to be branded as an (ihAitionist, and to be ostra cised from the party with which he acted. Knowing that any medium course would be the signal for political destruction, j thousands who were adverse to such pro cedure, unwillingly became the tools of uemagogues, ana enga-eu wun aiacmy 111 doing their dirty work. The crimes and outrages upon persons and property, in Missouri, along the border, and in Kansa...

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. — 22 August 1857

ffeacr. Rackett cl M Agent. La n ioa; Col. T t, CV.fc j- c iui .leva; Hon. G C. Garrihh, M' Teeth ! ! H Leavenworth perfomedinthe pproved Xerms:Tno Dollars Per Annum In Advance. . "TKUTH CRUSHED TO ElBTU SHAIL EBB AGiK." . A Family Newspaper Independent on All Subjects. "i?G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, AUGUST, 22 1857. r NUMBER 2 VOLUME 3. NnyearsinacirV advice givenre V. opposite Mc 5, 1&57. HOES. LLM, orner of ftr. re now receivin nperir qnaU'v '?? luw'-"'tment of Kip Boots, fanoy vv omens', JIL-weV ry style and price. :srtnieii: of U- " V1 ,wo:a they !'i cash at a small lock Li eolicted. tatoes. s.KNA. Illinni iuft TED POTATOES, 1 at DELAWAIIF. Flo i b, which ed Corn, LeanjL Apples an.l or, as C. bTEAILS, li7 Mass. Sc. tliat mycloim ii Nation, TowiL-hip f the 6th paralLA antion the pnMic tofl in ;,! ViUHII, luc to the Fame on- nave understood been endeavoring J invalid, and pur- uccorumeiv. VIUS JENKINS. 37. . read ! . aces in town where without encouraz- drinksr On...

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. — 22 August 1857

? I 'i I $ ! M i tit m I J tf: 4 J it fir Hi - i f .'I. i"4 ;;i I .- hi 111! v ; i.-T-- . ' ! ? -fi A : in. i i.3 V"" -if . I 'll i -J V Ilje ifeID of Ifce5oh. WEEKLY CIRCULATION, NEARLY 8,000. . TV. BS0WX, A A. Wimil, EBITCBA. ir-T"-7 f " - tr WlfM, j IMrtMliTna,iUM;M lav," f F C7t a. aat a. Fast akaB awa. ' LAWRENCE; KANSAS. EATUEDAY MOSJTIXG. AUGUST 22, 1857. THi. t.e PKB A XX CM. IX ABVAXCK. The CxiaU ui Onx Daw is Begird to R. In a fonncr article we briefly alluded to the perplexities under which the pco J pic mns labor, in an honest endeavor to 1 relieve themselves from their present po litical troubles, and made bold .to advise - them to assert the rights of freemen at the ballot box, to use such power as an over-ruling rrovidenco had put in their way.- ; In the Organic Act the people lave a guaranty, that, with the exception of the Governor and a few other officers of Fed eral appointment, they shall be under rul ers of their own choice. The elective franchise is an inherent...

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. — 22 August 1857

aies, - tcedonth24tJ Atjs estimated ct is being tafc $l,2oto$4,50 section put HD pnces rangin ) acres of 1 cn, . fertile s'JU armicg purpoa! ' ynth the prai- ; back from the i traveling from ,we found the i City, for about -ittle Stranger ' s killyand fertiii. lliantly reported ack country of. the LittlB cr the chartM,: 1112 Smooth at.J hawKee is situa- , a iireara next the Kaw T;. nta fi1 : "air to WcorHe a was formerly but rina am. tnds. ' It i di- miles ; Law from thin is ia procesg 0f :uiators. Money wasexceediW JcasantincidenS. rora rort LeaT i town, to cmtiw proceeds of tha weyer occrirredj a wnich a txvi as catrsht steal. lie advocate r,r vl led him to a bis neck, atd lid just perform end of his toes, one who failed . and the crowd im off with this words of coinf. a couldn't writ jcre's no hanging was a camp of by the most ill- ers and horsc cver our fortune occupied their The Commu Registcr, Whit ndeavors to se- r rights, and to fc sales. Elwooi Irse pursued by Mms m tne ler...

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. — 22 August 1857

m i f ... s; . Mil t ill II li Ii(e eSiS of if ireeSoftj. LAWRENCE, K. T.: Saturday Morula, An jnst-ETf 1857. White Men FiMt. , Major Rollins, the "abolition" 'candi date for Governor of Missouri, and now in all probability her Governor elect, as sumed a very tenable position in a recent j speech in St. Louis, and one from which it will be difficult to dislodge him even using all the batteries of the National . Democratic, alias pro-slavery party. Said he. in renlv trt the. intPrTnfAfnrvnf an nn. --r.. v......,0 j 1- ponent: "I like the negro tolerably well, x j jur me wuiie man. nrsi: anci therein lies the sum and snbst nf !, Free State, Free Soil or Anti-Slavery 1- m. . . policy. Their efforts are directed mainJv v. if r 1 1. "IC"cl"J - w w cudie ui uic wmie race,ratner man to the elevation of the African, although he may have some claim upon their at tention. Do the opponents of thi3 line of policy love the negro do they seek his welfare in preference to their own, and condition ...

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. — 29 August 1857

CpTT,8nr. id Agent, La. tevnson rjo Iowa; CoL T. See. Fort LW Brooks, Bftnv. m -: ! i . lewa; Bon. 5 v. viarmn, Her- T1 tl TTv t - .111 til 1 I I I 1 i I i 1 f -Vi i- JLiV -iJLW .Leavenworth. IPProved iBan. ationof allthe F ro Sj entire nonsuit Ki v. mvijj o-tv- ' f. Ppoaiie Ife. 1857. V tOES. ' . JAs.turrB, GR & CO Eae, 'orner of H9 e now receive npcrir quality Kip Boots, fancy ym ana pries, isortment of L 11 of which they r cash at a aall ;k ia solicted. - ktoea. ED POTATO, at DELAWARE ;tovn, which will ieed (Vim u Annlna unJ 27 .Haag. t. that plain, t. ection,Twnhip ine tn puralUl ntion the public d in M p to the same n- i nave understood been endeavoring invalid, and pur es accordinely. USJEKKIKS. eg in town where thout encanmr. brinks. One f re, opposite the text door neigh ance Bakeriea. ?. STEARNS. Land Office. o. Attorney and d United State T. . contested claims h to pre-emptora. turn ana jowv of the Territory. fits made for cap- y actonJy guaran- ohn "W. Geary, n McKean...

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. — 29 August 1857

Mi , " 1 -.in - 'J 3fehtW of J WEEKLY CIECULATIOtf, NEARLY 8,000. . r. naewsv- a. wattles, FirVoi?s. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. 6ATUSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1357. TKXfU4a.M PEJt AXMK, 131 JUVA-CK. ...- Parties In Kansas, It most puzzle people at a distance to understand the true position of men and ' parties in Kansas. The statements of the various news papers and the resolutions of public mect- " f ngV and the letters of correspondents, show not only a bitterness of feeling amongst Free State men, but a diversity of sentiment which a looker on from a dis tance must deem wholly irreconcilable with the unity of success. This is more in appearance than in the reality. It must - be borne in mind that the various settle ments in Kansas' are not unfrequently wade by men holding similar views and ... sentiments, who are drawn together by an " elective affinity or a unity of views. Some of these Lave been oldwhigs some old ., line democrats some 5'ree Boilerssome infidels some Sabbatarians and' so ...

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. — 29 August 1857

h t ,T I - of our rvtf;..t rtian positi0n and l he respective S Parties wrap nought but pur. in their ranks i - r'va. lOmintirm T7 1 US. fad in 1 xi in thofce of eviulTestiu,, Ktion, they are o seal oi con. that havn pprcss their ova fJ. . are nn ir own "lo- .. I viuci8- ley take the lib. . . uviiuu on Pg themaelve op Oftlf La and from the meir gods that jple," they flatter r me ueau ideals ll as such are en- ment and honor raradise when lll'TlTn'XTO hg from begin. v i i uu, caca nave each hare their wno expects litical vices, will ect. Th pro - ncjplea in every much more hon ng the latter, to r. Wisdom and rse bigotry and averse. measures we ad- re give ail due their good deeds We never shall !y because it is a on is of any con- is the instrument c weal is secured le protected and tie masses advan- the most for the desirable objects, always succeed, every honorable ardless of what i the Press leana principle's sake, cy's sake, it will ts of the people es now. Kansas Fntnre in Kansa...

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