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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 August 1857

AS I t ! : -. m m-t- III ( MM I 7 i r 1 1 He geid of eefioh). ; LAWRENCE, K. T. Saturday SXorslaj, Atssst 23, 1857. .-.as Iterators.. . GOTEBSOtt GEARY'S ADJCIMSTbATIOS is , Kaksas: With a Hstoryof tlte Ten ifory until Jut f, 1857, 4. r . By Johx IL GlHOS, M. D., Private Secretary cf G)V. Geary. Philadelphia: Chas. C. Eholcs. Sometime since we gave an extended notice in "these columns of Mr. Hale's History ofKansas, which, in our opinion, is the most valuable book yet given to Kansas Literature. Although we have waited anxiously for the appearance of the work, the title' of which head3 this article, yet we must confess that its perusal does not change our opinion of the work of Mr. Hale alluded to. The books of Mr. Fhil lips and Mrs. Itobinson, Avhich we intend to notice at length at an early day, are far more complete and satisfactory as his tories of minor incidents, and unimi'ort- i ant details up to the time of the appoint ment of Gov. Geary, than the book now before ns; but whe...

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. — 5 September 1857

hi G1 1 1 : ? ill ency. . &.CKETT, Sur. ; CoL T. a! ice. Fort Brooks, Uajjv H !i! ol. C Raw, uarasn, iicr- FlIIW-E 'eeth ! t i. DETTTTd-n irm th ;;.' ILeavenvnrti. performed in the manner i years in a city ationof all the lessionjie feeU n5Ult him Uvice givenee opposite Mc- 1857. I0ES. - ii.8. BKITB, 2ft & CO. .88, orner f p-me b now receiving fcnperm quality o assortment of ip Boota, fancy omens', Minge' Stvle and hhm laortment of La. oi which tbev cash at a saiall k is solk-ted. a toes. j-IA,Ii!inoiH,l(iO -l 1DTAT0E8, nd American of ;n ujvLAWAIIE Loin, which will 'd Com. I'n. Kpplc and ana! 2 fllasa. fct Joetion, Township I the 8th rmrulll lution tlm Wi ld in said claim, i u) me name nn have nnderhtowl tcn endeavoring mihliugij on iy invalid, and par es accordingly. US JENKINS. os in town where thout encoura:r- Irinks. One of re. onnosite the iext door nei"h trance Bakeries. O. STEARNS. Xand Office. D, Attorney and id United States . T. contested claims n to pre-emptore. l...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 September 1857

Jl)e 5feiiD of fireeSclfi). WEEKLY CIRCULATION, NEARLY 8,000. 6. W. BUOWX, A. WATTLE, E8ITOK. Utn kaU Ok tnm the r-ntw Ma uinuif. ' jr rr inri tm rtn . LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, M57. M A f! C US J . P ARROT. " The GTjhopjr Fall Convention. Wc'give on our first page this week the proceedings at length of the Grasshopper Fall Convention, which closed its delib erations on the evening of the 2Cth ult Its action was harmonious, and the result what every friend of the cause who took a proper view of the question desired. When it is considered that a majority of the speeches were against going into the October election, and that every possible means was used to defeat that policy, yet to see the people adopting it by acclama tion, is evidence that the masses were right of themselves -were independent thiuk-ers--and built their convictions upon, no man's dictum.. We stated that tho Uentropolis Conven tion had inaugurated a "new era." The Grasshopper Falls Convention ha...

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. — 5 September 1857

- 1 f t i - tefcWfiief ft it u dated some :anizatmn of s still conrsp; rccriilar M certain Mr nn and. is: n hal hll A, State ft lie ial 'cwhat at LtioiL t- trtnV xv&nsas, aU cuinxed Totielr ich Induced t a 1 ttn- To eliw - as also to get b. slim- adjourn sje Ate GftVvn in the affair r bo confident in 'tOtllr-r eA t fcrwue with, tkB 1 poucy vajck e Topeka par. nf of theft that the Le ivention would thfiV ftYa. e State party) 'e river, unless ft. If thit was P m promulga. luuanng oi Uov. Inited on c$ crbachinenta or fe to the means pws ainer wide. Vnerging to one inn enunciated , some weeks e was bitterly organization of at platform ad. nz under anv (zed by the fed- by time when ediate action of h certain colli. id Federal au. rnfAtiuli if..... 1 --JOIJ B killed hat if the Leas- led to enact and looked upon Bticht and Vet rtylihthe hcR u as letter-wn- presa. would fcned the flood cad discord and fhout this now vtc'I in Kansns Americans on :e in all ilirec- iere. to produce between...

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. — 5 September 1857

2J m LAWRENCE, K. T. Saturday Mornliis, September 5, '57. rreedom. Jrws State Free Speech I Fret Press I No people can enjoy rational liberty with out them, yet few seem to realize the obligations they arc placet under by their possession. Manv KUMmse thev Lave a - K J vreu, ua outer uau passmns.- a gooa uu- derstanding of our own personal rights, so reguiaies me oenavior, ana curbs the passions, in general societr, as not onlv to prevent aggressions on others, bnt alo . ,. , , . ... to enlist the feelings and actions in behalf of those who are wronged. Human rights are realities, recognized by our usages, laws, and constitutions. To infringe upon them is to undermine the foundations of peace, prosperity and general inteiligence. To deny to a peo ple the right of self-government is either to strike down their manhood or com- inence a civil war. No violation of just law,. or moral rectitude, can be committed right to do wrong: misunderstanding the!Aru:'. Hyatt, A. K. orrow : ot umo w...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 September 1857

NT Tjip V IT p fir 1-$ W Tyf PT ft M ' extent Medicine, If. ORYOOSSETO W ! J i ! .1 . i r i : W- w I; ajt: . ' I Terins:--Tivo Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE .AGAIN." A Family Newspaper Independent on AH Subject. nh tint PiK. ' BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 12, 1857. NUMBER 5-VOLUME 3. wrdlaeW I M. doing." nraiuku VM U pat y, ; pabhe m. i r fVcferal M thai!!! I ru U ia M VI 1 - y fatw, tad im, , I wnu can anwiend.ud'ta; frnoi Mm Wtiwnau ne7nrw,aos nnendarabfe n, Tr! teed, ajtd aWrov ,)'! k biubUm a raw .... f trow tb coupiatu. hica masts iu Die mean of co,- fcr,x. . ' tJAJUA EICKFB n led Win Eiekei In strictly troe. fW J. AlESERVE, p Maaalacturinf Col" b Marion, writes rwa a bilious attack hk er. which had bcrw Relief by my Pbyskias, ryi but a Itwikw.j li ni to health. 1 bar Jortna, with tbaW . i WMnmwM tin") i.Hier bad tim4 Lu j, world aHdladlfttl folicitur of the Supra I bar mad kiiu veil uejgkboriiif gut. a, ttk Jioril. ISA...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 September 1857

Jije JfeirqIS of Jhcfoty. WEEKLY C12CULATIUX, XEAELY U.00O. e. vr. Bsotrx, a a. WATTLES. EDIT. Ho. 641 ttt Tnm UM rpVi " LA WHENCE, KANSAS. ; SATURDAY MOttXKG,' SEPTEMBER 12. TESM8.4a.09 FEB JLXXUM. IS ADVAACE. Fer Delegate to Congress) MARCUS J. PARROT. ' ; The Tricks of the Enemy. ' We hear of all sorts of tricks of tlw wo slavery party tolriumph at the October election. We have hesitated whether to publishthem, orto lay them before the Executive Committee for their private ac tion, but we deem the whole public enti tied to the information, that they may act conceitedly in defeating the plans pro jected for our enslavement. The Star of Empire II. Clay Pate's paper of the 6th inst, adopts its usual style of doing business, by proposing to breakup tho polls in a "rumpus," and run off with the poll books. Hear the ed itor, and see how anxious he is that the people should govern: -' u We would rejoice to see the ballot boxes destroyed in Lane's districts, in a military rumpus. Of cour...

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 September 1857

Jhs gejrajovof Et-eedoty. LAWRENCE. K. T. Saturday MonsiBfi September 12. Tceom- aSKISH, General Agent It rives us Pleasure U 1Q PlF1 t2B iii;!. t nffieiate ea General a Jnt for the Hebald or Fuzdox. He i u not anthoriied to receive and receipt aubscnp-S-n bat is My empowered t eommusion HSVksin A tents, throughout the mhem kS-towlieU subscriptions for w, Persona F. PxrbISH. Roekford. ill. Editorial Jotting. Our columns were too much crowded last wce'i to make room for our trip to Grasshopper Falls. "We crossed the Kan sas river at 3 o'oclock in the afternoon of be 25th ult, with a carriage, and travel ed west, through the bottoms and timber some seven or eight miles. Thence leav. in the Kansas river atotirleft, our direc ts on changed to the north, and continued en the divide with heavy bodies of timber ber on either hand, until it was quite dark, without 6eeing a house in all this distance. A lignt appearing at our rht we resolved to visit it. It proved to be a camp fire, where so...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 September 1857

.( mi nil Hilt : f " f LAWRENCE, K. T. Saturday Horsing, September 12. -- Railroad Meeting. At a meeting of the citizens of Platte county, . Mo., and delegates from Law rence and Delaware City, held at the of fice of Spratt and Merriroan,' in Platte City, Ma, on SaturJay,Aug. 29th, Dr. IT. B. Wallace was chosen chairman, and Ethan Allen secretary. Judge Spratt then made some remark explaining the object of the meeting, in which he stated that a mistake had been made in the notice that the regular rail road meeting of the citizens of Platte and Clinton counties was advertised to be held there on the first Monday in September; but, inasmuch as delegates had arrive J from Lawrence and Delaware, supposing the general meeting to be to-day, the citizens of the town had been invited in for primary consnltation,aud he closed by calling on some of the Lawrence delega tion to make suggestions. Mr. Smith, engineer of the Delaware and Lawrence road, responded, and pre sented a profile of his su...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 19 September 1857

1 -I IVliO - w Fin' l influea i Blood an They rert brinz thHn jver they eV causes of cues, bv T tbown cnrj i mini wer ' :h exalte ispiclonc i ia my below V iquiringl Tor their a found, ne or ti s the boy jarttinf npUint j ell whf it thou! metimw maktef Lheywi xlburn i it has bid In I depre? i four U nurds, d system.) Lftheyi txtizi xpxti BESS tin MS, f1 na enei Arse ii tecetltl nforc ODTU1M iff lanf iherut er A5 esm itt ttende reels, fi mtcb. ted at i lSO ssCo.1 Wacto ere in a una r: 1 Cylind kd Iron 1 Milt. ft Holt!. hf!o Mil 1UC8 kit bcre lwa imrf hmnn. pabiie a a able bare 1& jar firm,) r tne jlubmen T. sua .fbas ISFC lv. and Ulariy. 1 ttwl 2 JiS, o order kia with Vn t moil bcUof J uads ot J t marKi inanoe and o of dl tiatrof AT "14 L He Ipractiul Tcrmst-Two Dollars JG; W; BROWN rll; What Maks.a Man? . ot Eumcrou years.not lengthened life, Not preUy ehildreo and a wife; . Not pina, and ehaini, and fancy rings, . Nor any iuch like trumpery things; , yot pipe, aegar. or botUed ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 19 September 1857

WEEKLY CiaCULATION, NEARLY 8,Q00. . W. BEOWX, it A. WATTLES, ZDITOK.. Hltr4 KU u Tnsli. u Ukrty W In. ' it rrT LAWRENCE, KANSAS. BATURDAYMOENM, SEPTEMBER 19, '57. TERMS. .' PEK A3ft CM. IX XDVAXCE. For Delegate to Congress MARCUS J. PARROT. Free State Ticket For the Council, LYMAN ALLEN, C. W. BABCOCK, E. S. NASH. For, Assembly. JOHN SPEEPs A. T. STILL, G. W. DEITZLER, G. W. ZINN, OLIVER BARBER, G. SEYMOUR, H. APPLEMAN, J NO LOCKHART. , County- Ticket. For Probata Judge, JOSIAII MILLER. For Sheriff", SAMUEL .WALKER. For County Treasurer, "WILLIAM YATES. For County Commissioners, HENRY BARRICKLOW, J MARSHALL P. DAVIS. In ths Field A United Front We place at the head of our columns to-day the Free State nominations for the Coun cil and Representative districts with which we are connected, also our county nominations: and such nominations for other districts as have come to our notice. The canvass is now fairly opened. Our candidates are properly before the public, have been nominated ...

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. — 19 September 1857

w: exist yiucesotiaaki,,; pade the gnVT: -d LAOA,K5r T8 "ouunea of the prescribed L not enjom upon for clairnanC. e attends r ov and Receiver to PPeriy to pre- ur your ofS- ata omcial ac a sai nght to Section nfL . h , ,, ice wSepfijalJet; cica oincer 1? CEXTR V. 1- V i"uanceSf the than fiT .1 3 ' ' vuie nag nif u - . r . no 'Otlyvno further .e r.r.-xof ;- Vctionv the Utter 'crforni the dp tv video. of the act of 22d egistera and lfe. tuargo and re- uion or percent, ocatine all M;i: iiw issued since sales of the nriT,- oi one dol- ouutv Land locations of such pe, embraces tU e cnargeable by several arnounu of location: cents each to the . total $10) cents . . . i 5 dollar. . . 2 'A 1 50 ...3W -1 F2th "une, 1840, t oincers are re ly, oath, requisite with the entrv of land; but it is ey "shall not. harge or receive ministering such acknowledge the -tion, and enjoin requirements. . our pVt eerv't LHUCXS, er and Receiver. ecelved. us election law, week, it will be of every person. uj Tv...

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. — 19 September 1857

ill LAWRENCE, K. T. Saturday Morning, September 19. Kansas Election Laws-As Act to Berulate Elections. Be it enacted by Vie Governor and legis lative Assembly of the Territory of Kan sas, as fallows: Section 1. On the first Monday in Oc tober, in the year one thousand eight hun dred and fifty-five, and on the first Mon day in October every two years thereafter, an election for delegate to the House of Repmcntativcs of the United States shall bo held at the respective pLvces of hold ing election in the Territory of Kansas. Sec. 2. On the first Monday in October, in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six, and on the first Monday in October in every year thereafter, an elec tion for representatives in the legislative assembly, and for all other elective offices not otherwise provided for by law, shall be held at the respective places of hold ing election in this Territory. Sec. 3. On the first Monday in Octo ber, in the year one thousand eight hun dred and fifty-seven, and o...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 September 1857

t , . 7.' - v ;y ' j . 7-; 4 i H !i;t J - I J 1 r 5 -' I I extent uixii 3ledlciie. M i ;: MM !: PSIGURSE,? ILIUM chiiir V tfrom ihemana?Ly mu ... ' "V to. Xernis:--Two Dollars Per AnnumIn Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN." A Family IVeiyspapcr-Iiidcpcndcnt on All Subjects. JT 13 13 - - ;-VV V -71 taVS &1 fill rained Lv t! J1 AW wrkee th BaL tees I ur Pill. cm IT" Hew. Yea ire dirin Penn. Eailroad fpUotiee. 13,1853. derived vTJ etnral and r-.h:1 (Bail I Will nrnriin - ' UKQ,1 p"S, M. of w. n invaluable ounL ";lver,cS rer rtmedy than ! to the public i 'fe qaalitie. whih r nnbiic u. parauon for tiw, utu form, and bow aa ami.init of uffenr,t weeks bv vr. p.hV I wri'e can only t -"u, ana new from thl kieiiuomt tUKked my 7,,,,, ttiemlursLio p,,,, . M d, and riettnivrd n.y my days; Ei.iMeiinw, r Months a n ..... ;nced taking yonrCa. : mim uie compjnt a my hair ha cma which make ni (eel : rientnofrimYpjlnt era, I am, with vtn a. ace, lARIA KICKER." fd Maria Bicker U 0Q ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 September 1857

1 - . r T, i, h 4 1 -, ? J v I - ; 111 1M ! 1 : ! Xije gchiiS of ftoSoh). WE2XLT CIRCULATION, NEARLY 8,000. L W. B&OWX, A A. WATTLES, EUROS. Hare shall thePre the People' rights maintain. CnawM by party sod nnbrib'd by gain; . Pledged bat to Truth, to Liberty and Lav, o fatok swan us, and no teas shall awe. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATUBDAYMORNIXG, SEPTEMBERS, 57. TEUXS .0 PER AXXCM. IS ABVAJfCE. - Fr Delegate to Cngr, MARCUS J. parrot; " Free State Ticket. . - For the Council, Ltkas Allex, Caemi W. Babcock, . f - Edwaed S. Nash. - For Assembly, Johx Spees, Geobge W. Dettzleb, AitdbewT. Still, Gkoege W. Zixx, Olixeu Baebek, IIibam Appleman, Gideon Seyxoce, Johx Lockhabt. , County Ticket - For Probata Judge. - JOSIAII MILLER. For Sheriff, ; SAMUEL WALKER. " For County Treasurer, WILLIAM YATES. .' - For County Commissioners, HENRY BAERICKLOW, . MARSHALL F. DAVIS. Important to Voters. , The news from all parts of the Territo ry, in regard to the October election, is of a most cheering cha...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 September 1857

Pf Bata r, j queued ;n feties irt ; A meeting was f'-i of tu aWy commend, people br J. H nor. L, "uvmon. tary collection the expenses 0f he first and only f mittce, and the es from Butier ch the8ame: bilk Tin l r the earth-sea orm had nearly are the princip; al Zfhn and iU vn.13 mber. and ngwas 1 eld in re anil i v iuu Jilected thoilfrtt urs n eived notice. The dele- Ithe rnn vention. f the ol. lest and was to Clinton. And uld be uoing in. i'-e cot ackrmui table entertain. louaeof tins wor- from Johnstown nenry County. i opened and'a 'Otice, the pro. ublished in the Diant. :, a wealthv nat town, enter. DOH ied enterprise lest auu urmctt ton the prairie i of a bli-Ltlv seldom brokrn nusual swell. h timber can be of the Zebo, ! liver. ' Butaw s as is desirable, 'graphical po ility. ia destined portions of wo miles from rlerson City and I hy this portion in tbc highest tiou and is fast t is under culti- and estimable nity of Clinton. jties grateful ac- , was appointed iful and fcrtilo ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 September 1857

A 4 " COrTMGHT SECTTKED.l "Written emprasljf for ikt Herald, of Freedom A COMPLETE HISTORY OF KANSAS, rm m First Discovery fey tne French, to tie Close of the Year 185T. u ; - J . BY THE EDITORS. CRAPTEB XVI. TEI TririBrSATTA ''SHIKITF J05I3" GATH ES1.VG OF "tAT 1KD OKBER" FOBCES DE FENCE OF LAWRENCE. The murderer of Dow, with his accom plices, Hargia, Buckler, Moody and Wag oner, went immediately to Jones, after the murder, and arranged the plan of ac tion. Buckley went to Franklin with Jones, to get out a writ for the arrest of Jacob Branson, swearing his life. was in danger. As there was no proper officer, the County Commissioners were called together and appointed JIugh Cameron, a reputed Free State man, of Lawrence, Justice of the Peace. The writ was is sued, and Jones, with his posse, including the accessories to the murder, went to the house of Branson at midnight, broke in and carried him of The day after his rescue he appeared at a public meeting in Lawrence, arid spoke cal...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 October 1857

ti have J1 1 v :r C4i Pro (Other preparation! !.--" prove an or-runc j ... 5 10 v"te it alU count, aatw W produce butliu a of medicine. W urc lender UlTMinitr ll ... they we weU th lo ehwUnt-uptot. is ciammr r... oi to some utTerer ID st-rnfiil :n i P stands, or nit,, w fcd mark tha effect ; '. Ill . -r me uiie ler, Lira whose mct- 7 rr ,j"u ana uej with t;;- . v very muscle of hi. uim ttlCs T lint fiii v.-. r ---- - UJ1U li mortal power tan cured him. 0iT. dyapeptio, who rjLt"n vn . .. -i om hi bodr. t.. js health : BCO tle Iwiit with health J carlv wiik...:. c ie internal f.r , or-secretion, till d U vitutcd, het i'n.Ls to stimulate v;?or, to cast out w vitalitv ir. 4i . Wwm on l,cr at joy burst from "'eu witn tU you without itat they are eating ose and cars, a,,3 .dful truth in Ian ms. Give it tii, iiwio vile parasite and bee the ruddy aii"S to do tiic lianrt 1 of this age u every d.iy. ;ttoni of thiwc dis 1. Jaundiec, Co llcartlmrn, Fou I'JWols, F!utu!eur-y iiralia,Otnit,Bi,.j t...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 October 1857

,r- - : 1 I " i r o U V 5 ? .11 - . J Li ! t ii ?iV .?- - ? ' i 4 I 1 -' I life. ifeirl5 of B'CcDcii). WEEKLY CI2CULTIUX, NEARLY 8,(XX). . W. BKUUX. A A. WATTLE. ElHTORc. II ifj hall th Ytcu the Pe pi r'g'i U maintai n. L'oaw'd bj parti and uobribM b giir ; PlcJgcd bat to Troth, to Lib jt?; aud Law, No firus ssaya-u?. and da peak "hall awe. , fA WTtENCtf, K A NjSaS. SATRPAY MUiiXKG. CiCTHIIElt 3. 1 57. Tr.M cm reK str. i pr.c. Fr Delegate tm CmngT9 MARCUS J. PARROT. ; Free Slate TieVet. For the CVaccH. Ltxax Allev. . Carmi W. Baccock, ' . Edwakd S Xasii. Fr Assembly, Jons fPEER, George W. Deitzler, Asdukvt T. Sth.l, Gkorc.e V. Zi-vs. Pmxeb Harbeb. Hiram Apple, Gideon Seymour, Jmis Lockuabt. '" County TJc-ef. For Ptt.ba'e Judz ; JOSJAII MILLER. : . Ft Sheriff. SAMUEL WALKER. WILLIAM YATES. yr Cnni'f Vmm:ionn. IIEXR1' HARRICKLOW, MA HS IA.LL F. DAVIS. roudc a&0'. We are glal, heartily glad that the election is so near at hand, ami that the result will le determined so poon. We are...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 October 1857

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Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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