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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 12 September 1857

THE;" KA NS AS N EWS: PatM Ererj;5aiinby Ion, it ; Eapora, Kaos, S"2T S- PLUMB, i Trails Tiro Dollar per annum, in adeaner. Rates of Advertising. First insertion, per line ten eenta; each subse quent insertion, fire cents; one dollar a line, per annum. Displayed advertisement one-half over the above rates. " All transient and foreign adver tisements most be accompanied by tlie eash, to in sure insertion.- nriT JOB PEINflrfGl f ' The office of Tax Kaxzas Sews is furnished with a complete assortment of the newest styles of Type, Borders", Houriihes Cuts,' QxTds; Faney Papers, Colored Inks, Bronze, ic. enabling the proprietor to "print CxbcclIks, Cubs, CiiriricATES of Stock, Deeds, Postees, and .all other kinds of Job ParxjiKG, n manner uasSrpaSsed in the country. Particular attention p&id to printing all kinds of Blanks. .Orders for vofk promptly attended to when . accompanied with CUSa. "Ex-cxj-siob." is our motto. THE PEOPLE ALWAYS COXQUER." By P. B. Plumb. EMPOEIA, KANZAS, SEPT...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 12 September 1857

The P. B-PLUMB, : :'l Proprietor and Editor. R. J. HI NT OX, : : Corresponding Editor. EMPORIA, KAKZAS: SATTJKDAY,-r-:EPTEBEIl 1, 1857 wok. rruoifE to cososiss. MARCUS J. PARROTT. Public Speaking. " We hare receited a tadbill stating that Marcus J. Parrott will address the citizens of Emporia and vicinity on next Wednesday, the 16th insL, at 2 P. M. Let there be general turnout . The Future. The Free State party hare decided to go into the October election. The importance of the Territorial Government has been mag nified.- All the obstacles that have risen like mountains in the path between the peo- pie and a fair election hare been overlooked, Dodges, sophisms, flimsy pretences, have covered up the steps before us. Wall wa onnosed the Dolicv . before it " - rr was adopted ; but it is the policy of the Free State party, and be it for good of evil suc cess, we must do our best. To us the matter is an unimportant one We have no representation, or next to none. We must sit with tied ha...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 12 September 1857

The Kanzas News. SATDBDATTvEPTEJIBER 12, 1837; Terms of Subscription. Sialic fVf. M J. rj.t otter ntfciae.) . . . i m Rates of Advertising.' Fint iBMrti.m. per lie. tern t; each tmbifjekt irrti. eeat: dolUr a lias, per um. On fortk eolnu thr. 0. i " u uirw i- ; " o"- sieat ui famsa adrertjeaoU mm hm pu4 U BdVaae. - Single copies of The News in wrappers Pit sale at this office, at fire cents per eopy. Preaching. " Rer. Paniel Foster will preach iii the room under the printing office in Emporia, Id-morrow (Sunday) the 13th, at half past 10 o'clock A. M. He will also preach the Sabbath following the 20th inst at the same place, at half past 10 o'clock A. M. Storrs haa received a large lot of Stoves. He turn the Book. Some person having borrowed our "Phil lips Conquest of Kanzas," has forgotten to return it. This is to notify said individ ual that the book is wanted at this office immedkdy ... . Fruit Trees. E. P. Bancroft, will receive in a short time a large lot of the most excellent ...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 12 September 1857

ATUKDAY,;::::SEPTE.SBEU 17, 1837. Advertisement. . . ' I 9 A nrt nf nffioinl Twlitieat catllker To vessel of State, which by tempest and tossing, Spring a-leak and require mott particular lie resided of late on the -treat side of Lawrence, ' (A town -which he holds in emphatic abhorrence;) Encamped, as I learn, in hi Uncle Sam's tent, Where by tores both his tcratk and his liquor find vent! ' ; . ... He is wanted : a matter awaits his decision. Too vast for the scope of mtf poor mental vision. It was argued last night that the "fine Isothermal," (The debate was productive of -reiy fierce frarmoil,) Was as empty of meaning, (so far as respected The question which Walker assumed it affected,) As die sands of the desert are fruitless of rains, Or devoid as the skull of said Walker of brains! Bat, believing such slur to be very improper, I thought I would deal it a manifest "stopper," By asking the Governor, first, to explain Tne real quantum of meaning the words do contain ; And nextit...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 19 September 1857

THE KAN ZA S NEWS: MM Ertrj 'fciariaj Sona, at Efflporia, Kaaas, B"5T P. B.IrTJEB. : Teksu Tiro Dollar prr annum, in advance. Rates of Advertising. First insertion, per line, ten cents; each subse quent Insertion, fire cents; one dollar a line, per aannra. Displayed advertisements one-half over the above rate. All transient and foreign adver tisements must be accompanied by tie cash, to in sure insertion. . . . . .. . job printing: The oiCce of The Kaxzas Xkvh ia furaiahcd vith a complete atrtnient of the newest tyl- of Type, Borders, Flourishes, Cute, Cards, Fancy Tapers, Colored Inks, Bronze, tc enabling the proprietor to print Cibctlaks, Garb?, Certificates cf Stooe, Deeds, Posteks, and all other kinds of Job Peistixg, in a manner unsurpassed in the country. Particular attention paid to printing all kinds .f Blanks, OrJvrs fc vork 'promptly attended to whori accompanied with Cash. "Ex celsioh is our motto. By P. B. Plumb. EMPOBIA, KANZAS, SEPTEMBER 19, 1857. Vol. I-jSTo. 12; " V ...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 19 September 1857

The Kanzas News. F. B. PIU-B, : : : Proprietor and Editor. It. J. HIJfTON, : : Correspondiag Editor. EMPORIA, KANZAS: SATURDAYS-SEPTEMBER 19, 185T. FOR DELEGATE TO COXGBESS, MARCUS J. PARROTT. Important ! , Just as we were going to press we re ceived the welcome intelligence that voting precincts have been established at tlie same places in this District that were established for the State election. These are as follows Emporia, Cory's, on the Cottonwood, and Yeakly's, on the Neosho. This result is mainly due to the exertions of Messrs. N. S. Storrs and H. W. Fick, of this place We do not know how regular the proceed ing has been, nor do we care. We shall be able to poll a large vote. Turn out, at the various precincts, and let us show our strength ! Candidates. The Convention held at the Sac Agen cy on the 12th inst., made the following nominations : Foa Couxcil C. K. HoUiday, of To peka, and O. E. Learnard, of Burlingtion. Repeesestatives Samuel Stewart, C. Colnmbia, and John Curt...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 19 September 1857

The Kanzas News. SATURDAY,:r.:SEPTEMBER 19, 83T. Terms of Subscription. S-mtl eopr. OM yr. .--- Tem eopi o yr. ( W ga p of lnk. . . . IS TvcDtr " " " " Rates of Advertising. First inTtio. per lise. tern cents; ee nietqnemt insertion . j-ii... . wp uin. One fuwrth eolama ... J.i- unv liinM. It : eae yer. JO 0. 0lujf eoL three mej.. n ; ix .. SJ M; om yer. g V. AU tram icat ui foieiga Tertie!ta bum be Pi4 U adraae. Single copies of Thi News in rappers for sale at this office, at five cents per copy. Bla-vk Declaatioss for filing, for sale at tins office. t Lecture on Kanzas Rev. Dajtcei. Foster will delirer a lecture on "Kanzaa and her Pioneers," in the hall under the Printing Office, in Emporia, on to-morrow, (Sabbath) at 104 o'clock, A. M. The intimate acquaintance of the lecturer with the past history of Kanzas 'her strug gles and trials eminently fit him to handle this subject, and we expect a rich treat on the occasion. We notice a fine lot of new potatoes at Storrs' store. They ...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 19 September 1857

AT a w S. - Hobody's Song. .I'm thinking just now of Nobody, -; And all that Nobody done, . ; " For I've a passion for Nobody That NotxxJy else would own; I bear tho-name of Nobody, -" - For from Nobody I sprung; And I sing the praise of Nobody, " " . As Nobody mine Las Mg. - -r In life's young morning, Nobody To me was tender an d tie at; And my cradla was roekod by Nobody, And'Xobody waa ever near; I waa petted and praised by Nobody, . - And Nobody brought me tip; ' And when I was hungry, Nobody Gave me to dine or to sup. - '- I wen to school to Nobody, ..--. And Nobody tanght me to read; ' I played in the street with Nobody, And to Nobody ever gave heed;. I recounted my table to Nobody, For Nobody waa willing to htar; And my heart it clnng to'Nobody, ; s Andlfobody shed a tear. And whea I grew older. Nobody . Gave me a helping turn ; And by the good aid of Nobody I began my living to earn; And hence fconrted Nobody, And said Nobody's I'd be, ...... And asked to marry Nobody, And ...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 26 September 1857

THE KANZAS K E WS : rc!&H Etch SatnnLiT Eonm, it .Iispora, Kaiias, Tikms Tin Dollars per annum, ia cicanrr. Rates of Advertising. First insertion, per line, ten cents; each subae floent Insertion, five cents; on dollar a line, per annum Displayed advertisements one-half over the above rates. All transient and foreign adver tl-mects must be accompanied by the cash, to in jure insertion. - '' . r. : r J O B PRIN TIN G . f p The office of Thx Kaxzas News is furnished1 with a complete assortment of the newest styles1 of Type,' Borders, Fknurishes; Cuts,- Cards, Faney Papers, Colored Inks, Bronze,' ic:, enabling the proprietor to print CSscojCAsi) CiotficIte? Of Stock, DErnSj PosrzBS, and -all eUier kinds of Job Fistixg, in a jKanner"rLnsurimssedin the country. Farfieular attention paid- to- printing all kinds of Bla ak. : Orders, for. work promptly attended to whea.aecompanied with Cash. Ex ceisior". is our motto " , , ,v . TH EJ PEOPLE. ALWAYS CONQUER By P. B. Plumb. EMPOBIA, KANZA...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 26 September 1857

The Kanzas lews. P. C PLUMB, x x : Proprietor and Editor. B. J. HINTOIf, : s Corresponding Editor. EMPORIA, KANZAS: 8 A.TTJRD A Y,-:S EPTHSIBEIl 2B, 185T, - yea szixtura to coxgsxss, MARCUS J . pa n n OTT. : Important! 4 . - . Just as we were going to press we re ceived the welcome intelligence that voting precincts have teen established at the same places in this District that were established for the State election. These are as follows: Emporia, Cory's, on the Cottonwood, and Teakly's, on the Neosho. This result is . mainly due to ,the exertions of Messrs. N. S-Storrs and H. W. Fict, of this place. We do not know how regular, the proceed ing has been, nor do we care. We shall be able to poll a large vote. Turn out, at the various precincts, and let us show our strength! r Got. Walker's Proclamation. - Oar facetious chief magistrate has issued another Buncombe document. He calls it a proclamation.but it is merely a piece of clap trap. He was "asked for bread," and has "given a sto...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 26 September 1857

The Kanzas . News. SATLrRDAY.:.:::SEPTE3IBER 2C, 1851 Terms of Subscription. SiBfl copy, om yew. .... T eopiM JW. to frttrr p f el. Tty - " " "' -- Rates of Advertising. Pint iBaert:a. rr lae. tea eU; ek nWawtt imiert-'o. am JoIUr a I.ae. rer uhb. Oae foartl colama thre. Doatbi. M n ?x ma. It 7. 00. Out half l U.M - IT n ' -. n on ytr. $ v. .AU trma- imt a d fiSB i4fMUmrtli Fid U daaee. Single copies of Thk News in wrappers for sale st this office, at five cents per copy. Blass Decxakatioss for Cling, for sale at this office. Religious Notice. Rer. Daniel Foster will preach in the Hall under, the. Printing Office, Emporia, to-morrow, (Sabbath) the 27th insL A Convention of the citizens of Breck enridge county is to be held to-day near Mr. Yeakly's on the Neosho, to nominate candidates for county officers. . The Markets. Oar readers will observe that we have in serted the Lawrence and Emporia "Prices Current" in our columns to-day. We shall continue their insertion regularly in the f...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 26 September 1857

.Tile Kanzas News. ATURDAY,:.i:EPTjEMBEIl 2Qf ' : "" ' ' L'iHy Boy. " - " r Jtsr." aossTusTOTt. I cannot make him dead! ..- His fair sunshiny head la t bounding round mJ study hair; - i y - . Yet when my eye, now -"dim' . . ' . With tears, I torn to him -The vision Tanishea he is not there! . I vali my parlor floor v y f ; And through the open door, , I hear a footfall on the chamber stair, . . " I'm stepping toward the hall. To give the boy a call, -And then bethink me that he is not there. . 1 thread the crowded street, ' "A satchel'd lad I meet, , - " With the same beaming eyes and colored hair, . ' And, as he is running by, '-, ' " Tollow him with my eye, Scarcely beliering that he "is not there. . ; '- X I know his lace is hid Under the coffin lid; Closed are. his eyes, cold his forehead fair. My hand that marble felt, 0 et it in prayer I knelt, ' '. Yet my heart whispers that he is not there, i 1 cannot xakz him dead, - -When passing by his bed, ' ' . So lone watched over with...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 3 October 1857

THE KANZAS NEWS: fSM htn kisrhr Ionmjt at Empuria, foazas, Ttsxs Tto Dollar! per annuiti, in advance. . Rates of Advertising. first insertion, per line, ten cents; eaeh subse aaent insertion, five cento; one dollar a line, per annum. Displayed ad verti semen U one-lialf over the above rates. All transient and foreign adver tisements must be accompanied by the cash, to in sure insertion. " JOB PRINTING. The offiee of Ths Kaszas Nets it famished with a complete assortment of the newest styles of Type, Borders, Flourishes, Cots, Card?, Fancy Papers, Colored Inks,. Bronze, fcc., enabling the proprietor to print CiECxutss, Casts, Certificates or Stock, Deeps, Fosters, and all other kinds of Job Pkuctikg, in a manner nnsnrnassed in the coBntry. Particular attention paid to printing all kinds of Blanks. Orders for work nrouiptly THE PEOPLE ALWAYS CONQUER." By P. B. Plumb, EMPOBIA, KANZAS, OCTOBER 3, 1857. Vol. 1 No.14. attended to when accompanied with Casu. "Ex ciusiri" is out motto. Pi T...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 3 October 1857

lTvv P. B. PLUMB, : : : Proprietor and Editor. B. J. IIINTON, : : Corresponding Editor. EMPORIA, KANZAS: ' SATUBDAY,:::::r.::::OCTOBEE 3, 1857, POX DELEGATE TO COXG&ZSS, MARCUS J. PAR ROTT ;. ; ; . . " ' . - . Voters! ' . ';.." . Remember, that lie voting on Mdhday next is not to be by ballot, but viva voce. This is important. Something "Practical." On Monday next the people are called on, in the language of the orators of the Grass hopper Falk Convention, to "do something practical." We fear the result will be suf ficiently "practical." If vre "win it -will be just because the Pro-slavery bogu3 officials deem it the best policy to let us win. But - we have not won yet. Let no Free State man absent himself . from the polls. Vote under protest. Swear against the whole thing, and let that be the only oath you take; but vote. We may truly differ as to the legitimate character and wisdom of that policy; but do not let U3 incur ths charge of aiding that defeat which the fraud of our ...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 3 October 1857

The Kaiizastovf?. S ATCRD AY.:.:::::::::::OCTOBER 3,1 85T. Terms of Subscription. Sis'. PT. ae year. t4 IT M (uluito getter ap.f dob,) .' Rates of Advertising. Pint laJerti.a. per line, tea cents; each ncroent insertion, M-mta- ane dollar a Vae, per anaosa. One fuorth eolnma three months. VK " . 17 ' " year, S4 . One half . , - wt; six sos.. 34 OT; one year. $ 59. All tran sient and foreign adTert'senients mast 1m pain U adraac, Single copies of The News in wrappers for sale at this omce, at nve cento per cojry. Blam Dec lab at foxs for filing, for sale at this office. Tickets for County Officers Below we present to our readers the two county tickets now before them ior their support as they will be found in the pro ceedings of the Conventions which nomi nated them. The heading is not ours, but theirs : Regclablt, jNomixatsd TlOKETx .- Probate jndee, A. I. BAKER. Sheriff,- E. GODDARD. Treasurer, N. S. STORKS. Recorder and Clerk, C. V, ESKRIDGE. Commissioners, . IL W. FICK. WM. GRIMS...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 3 October 1857

Concluded from First page. lieved that this precautionary movement of mine and proclamation ' were disapproved by the President of the United States, where as they were both most cordially sustained by him, in the dispatch to me from the Secretary f State, of the 15th of July last, as also m the published letter of President Buchanan to Prof. Silliman and others, of iV. f Cik C Afincf lact An rkVO-nr-TiolTYi. ing majority of the press and people of the United States have condemned this insur gent movement; the example has not been adopted by any other locality in Kanzas, contrary to the expectation of its authors, it failed to receive any sanction ' from the General Territorial Convention of their own party of the 26th ult., and now stands without a precedent in our country, a soli tary monument of revolutionary violence and incipient treason. So soon as the overt act now threatened, is consummated, this rebellion willl be suppressed by the lawful use, if necessary, of all the troop...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 10 October 1857

THE : KJLNZXS 'JXST. E W S : ? pil&W frerj Satarkj faing, si Impora, Kaaas, &T5T T. JBs PLTJMB.' -. Toots Two Dollar per amtan, ts adeem Rates of Advertising. . First insertion, per line, ten cento; each, subse quent insertion, fire eenta; one dollar a line, per annum. Displayed advertisements one-half over the above rates. All transient and foreign adver tisements most be accompanied by the cash, to in sure insertion. . JOB PRINTING :-i0 mushed 1 i 1 The office of Thx Klkxas lirrs u rurnisl WW with a, complete assortment of the newest styles of Type, Borders, Flourishes, Cuts, CardsjTancy'j Papers, Colored Iakt, "Bron-ie, jx., enabling "the : proprietor to. print Ctkctlass, Caxbs, CxarmcATEa" or Stock, Deeds,' Posriss, and all other kinds of Job Eanrnso,-in a manner unsurpassed, in the, country. ' Particular attention paid to printing " all kinds of Blanks" Orders for -wort promptly attended to -when accompanied with Cash. "Ex CBisioa" is our motto. IN :0 THE PEOPLE ALWAYS ...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 10 October 1857

The Kanzas News. P. B. PIU21B, : : : Proprietor and Editor. It. J. IIINTON, : : Corresponding Editor. EMPORIA, ICANZAS: SA.TUKDJLY,:-OCTOBER 10, 1857. The Election. he returns of the election held on the fifth inst., come in slowly. Enough, how ever has been received to indicate the elec tion of M. J. Parrott as . Delegate to Con gress. The complexion of the Legislature is stHl in donbt. Leavenworth county, which elects three Conncifanen and eight Representatives, 'has been carried by the Ruffians. The Sixth Council and Tenth Represent ttSve District, embracing . Douglas - and Johnson Counties, and electing three Coun cilmen and eight Representatives, gives a majority of 1297 for the Free State ticket. The majority in Lawrence alone was - 900; and Lecompton gave a Free State majority of 138! ''"'.. The Eleventh Representative District, embracing Shawnee County, and electing one Representative, gives a Free State ma jority, so far as heard from of over 600. The Seventeenth Representa...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 10 October 1857

The Kanzas News. SATrKDAY,:n::CTOBEK 10, 185T. - Terms of Subscription. Simile eupr. omrjw. . - - - - - - - - pie m jar. (uim to gtUar mpt eUh.) . . ft W 11 ... 0 Rate of Advertising.- Fiot inwrtiaa. r" U. ntatfutt imertiom. nitti M ioIUr line, per H". Omm faarth colamrn tirt, (&. W i mo. 11 -K 7". Om half three mas.. 17 40; i M yew. All trma- Sirigle'copies of The News in wrappers for eale t this office, at five cents per copy. , Blasx Declabatioss for filing, for sale at this office. Religious Notice. The Kev. Mr. Morse, a Missionary of the American Home Missionary Society, will preach in the Hall under the Printing Office, in Emporia, to-morrow (Sabbath) the Ilth inst. . The office of Dr. C. C. Slocum is at pres ent in Thk Xews office. - , . V - ' Read the letter of our Lawrence corres pondent in regard to the election. Subscriptions for the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate, published at Pittsburgh, Pa., received by J. D. Walker. Terms, 81 50 per annum, in advance. Post Offic...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 10 October 1857

1 ! iff - i J ft I! I j -.1' - The Kanzas News. SATUEDAY:::::K)CTOBER lO, lg5T. Bevolutionary Doctrine. Extract from Gzxxrr Smith's Speech, tt MD waukee, Wisconsin, June 17th. I said that I came hear to beseech you to know no law for slavery, but to trample un der foot whatever claims to be a law for sla very. I honor your intelligent Judiciary for declaring the Fugitive Slave Act uncon stitutional. X honor Wisconsin for standing bravely by her brave Judiciary. A good and glorious example is all this. But I am here to call on you for a still better and more glorious example. Wisconsin both her people and her Judges must know no law, nor admit the possibility of any law, for slavery. A statute may be in favor of slavery; a Constitution even the idolized Federal Constitution may be in favor of slavery; but the voice of all Wisconsin must be that slavery is too repugnant to justice and humanity, to reason and religion, to be capable of wearing any, even the least, sem blance of law. Me...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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