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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 16 January 1858

Freed -, Freedom. nnU: . r PriECirii! "-i n, n Ihiscccct,. M.-IC.JJ Fr,m ! u t :ic iiHtiCenti , . . . ""'I Dill. PariotiinffbieitP it U&t, cm to , lUfstj, Lave Wen ihl rrj il drtrd to tl.M 'i el.cartih wih a tfcoir patriotic U 'i ft.Ai-vtrat. Kann., orir.cn t 11 best t f tlio Fre n uriicif). Ill, rc i w II Kocl.mijf n t!-. Free State rjtil S'nfe papT. itu,L r Ruffian e.id ucj rr. i n t the care. , j; r let- !ote caue, ,. ncrc-acLiiicntS'.f nio regard U the t,J uliiss eiUtir.j. t c partj i:i Kanwi ."1 li.-bmvnt ..f tie .ian.-a. Tlie cauw -f hat wb'.Ie the .r.f p!:0 i f g 'u.g nrcilm. Kerrey! iiiirs: V!Mvi.;,n , f m lietppofitkm La,aiij f lajfhoud be rmf.f ectirn vlu-iiM bo A I rrador ef th ... ! af. r tieii-r A.V e t are rn bn-tcbi rWl far c l.nve u. t 11 -auc t- r these ner f ctn rt.HiIV(riitc.. .j--a; ni fun her it, J .iMt.li to b.-ii.g ll.Pfcj"! rty. It Iih uiaininit-l li.t it- Ik 1c rn.. I tnil it editor!-, to (,.;, uv red tuptTtrnj i'A i" i'hlry, wl.irh ! and pnrt stifo. i n...

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 January 1858

e. W. BBOWX, ZDTTOB. LAWRENCE, KANSAS.: BATUKD1Y MORNING, JAN. 16.; 1858. TER PEK mni. TJT ADVANCE " Iter iU t We Pre tfc Pel' HM malaUla Pledged fct t Trwtk, t Liberty Law, ' Km FTr v7t . Fer kIl we. - - 'How to Sopmed fh Lecompton Swindle. Again we are caiiea upon w inquire where we axe, and -whither we are tend ing? The mariner has. not occasion to reier onener 10 nis cnan ur xeva.uuug w cianin Kansas to ascertain where the ship of State is drifting. In October last the people engaged in an important election and triumphed. For a brief time they ', were filled with hope; but soon new danger, in the guise of a Lecompton Constitution, was sprung upon them. The 4th of January last was tne oniy opportunity leu ua w avuiu that instrument, and that by electing all the officers under it That we hare been successful in the - late election there is no longer doubt, and nothing not even the baseness of Calhoun in counting the re turnscan prevent U3 from having a ma jority, in the State Leg...

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. — 16 January 1858

has Dropped. - fo were aumew-fc leighboring rival associate the other to some of our po. reason that he diL Expressions we h her alluded to a, be of its reception, re iuiiy noiea. VV fciple remark, 4trhica , was made several office, during rhici 1 "times stated the TJiat na. injusti e immft&ately in ,e paper, stating that tn aLsent some se. t, during" which pe. pnsible tor anything' in our columns., lived him from r. ot faily satisfactory tressed it, that we further justice. trtien too precipitate, i lung that he BhaU ass us again, which ire, we have taken is name from the columns until e hnection or interest Id of Freedom estab. has had, onlj as a e the separation of ditorial department, ) change the business f rn. - Severe. ,, .,, - -lie Topcka ZHbujit px co temporary jour. particularly annoyed ion of the "Bolters" L3d ult He devoted a half to their ben ticularly amiable U uage on that oeca. not do him injustice bw sentences : oceka have no Bait lith that movement, Jtestattox ...

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. — 16 January 1858

'- LAWRENCE, K T. Saturday Blorsia? Jan. 16, I85S. A Vindlcatioa et Our Folic?. The following letter was receired boiur two weeks since, but has been delayed in order to give place to . matters' of ; pressing importance; :. .:' ' " - . , Kosedale, Kansa?, Dec 29,1858. G. "W. Baows Deab Sib: Perm r me through your paper to answer the in quiry which has often been made by mi . meron friends in the States with resraxti tn your position relative to the Fret' ; State party in Karsas. I answer this inquiry the more freely ' because in most instances it has come from personal friends and thoseaown i- by me to be the true friends of freedom. It has been argued that your endorsement ; of Reeder, Geary, Walker and Stanton, are ; proor. positive of your attachment to the Pierce and Buchanan Administration. -- Your denial of thi9 was only .? to make ' more certain the destruction of the party to which you professed tho warmest at- - tachmenfe If this "were not so: it has ,;,leen asked how the o...

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. — 23 January 1858

J i -l I kdeditete rWr ' vented an earner, principal cdita nsaa Echool-fpnT Kovse; in tola ' paper in the From there he Z Lnw,ith the ar,-5 in that canae, tWi J 1 .- . I :jnti2cationt,fhi,f atriotincfbUeccn,i it least, eeetn to ! lcn caned in que; f cave been ofcligj.f ZkraZdorrttdi . ... . .. ""it . l .ri :..t -. their patriotic "ah, t.Xeutral. ' i Kansas, eemee u . p beat cf the Free Sir ,t Territory. TUiJ 9 u well as eleV n tue rree fetate ri 5 L&..I "1 KftCEan code asjj er. is not (he case. t. , Free State cans? aeroaehment of KU,"' n in rcsara to ibe ptp nlties existing, e party in Kan'a-w bailment tf the m Ikansaa. The cactt bat while the Ilerqit .e pclicr of goiet I- JConneilors, Rapre, ftinise possession tf tJ 1 he cimosi tion hai snTt 1 laws ehoold be rttj J at, 2nd., Eegirttr. aJ ol reader X thij j. 1 Vjr ?eu! oenrM !. Ve have nlv, .! tcf n Droncuv aeauc i -o far we hare nt kH cau?c tor tneec-acn, i strong advocate of n.a?: rod farther fi', i-.m'njUB to being tLd rtv. ...

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. — 23 January 1858

6. W. BSOWI, XDTT9JL LAWEENCK KANSAS, BATUEDAT 'liOSNKG.- JA5. 23, 185S. tekxs s.oe feb Asnrrv. est abyaxcz Her kaH t Pmm tie PV Hfct atteUi UmVI fcy yarir. m4 fcrlW r . FUtl ht to Tratk, IJWrtj ; K rsvr ? u. m4 M Fear kU awe. '.!! ii.Aa Awkwud Position. ,. " . J2iiSijpfJ(itter cf the 26th ult, to the .. T. Y. Tribune, came near costing him a bloody nose the other night. - Capt Smith, a Bon of the Governor elect, did not relish -' the assertion cf Phillips, that his father's "lust cf position has been stronger than devotion to the imst sacred of causes.13 The joung man supposed that his father's - unwearied labors in the cause of freedom ' ; in Kansas for near three years, during -. which period he has done as much unre- " . qui ted labor, and spent as -"much money - for the "cause" as any man in the Ter- ritory, with four months of imprisonment, entitled him to more consideration than to be branded as "old Smith " and "lost- . ing fur QSce.- Capt S. informed General rnuijps tnatne ...

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. — 23 January 1858

r King ir?ol markg : . shame thai it nt of this Srenrinn n.t : he United himself pledged n should not bee a ification r Vnd stand itcnzes as ss affirm. en fairly e ! people nstitution Je in that ivery, and exists in on of the the very ubmitted. e existence L . It. - itierer. ma to slavery J7 - of TOb- . well be of onlr & involving e people ? , e of lan. iubmission ' te in this rnit to be decide on Or what with' such, an obnox- ng people? warrantable phatic and resident of yet more dicial de- Justices of !red States slavery, I . : not less tnts of the k own self. BT first berate con. it "Slaverv exists by .nd that it there, nor ecfe of the tes." i at issue to feel' as. ansas will meditated ilike strong. lea willsns. Kansas as U at their Verall inri- pry '. of its he voice of he chains of f the slave; vu liberty. riress. Our to let xis in. : On the type upon d, was eon. n a pile of laffiana was not to be bile of rails short pieces be Humans, Franklin, posed in all vilet - Just hg ...

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. — 23 January 1858

LAWRENCE, K. T. Sitkriij Mcrcliij, Jan. 23, 1828. ,, '- -Political Meeting im Lawrence. : . r . A meeting was held at the Cobctc ;tional Church, in Lawrenceon Thursday vy m. natcuinsoD was elected Chairman, ; and Lewis N. Tappan appointed Secre- iATv.x - '... ' -v-Judge Wakefield made a short Breech. , in "which he took, occasion to compliment . tae ladies very dgtly, who were present - Gen. Lane was called, but refused to1 '.speak until the Lawrence Cornet Band,! which was in attendance, had played1 lYanikee Doodle. Our reporter was Dot on the ground, so we cannot do iustice to him on this occasion. It is represented that his remarks were rather -animated, in whi6h he advocated the ;policy of the "Topeka government enacting a full,1 code of laws, electing township and connlv v officers, and doing all other things neces- , - : k s i j A committee was appointed on resolu tions, who reported as follows: ;- Whereas, The State Legislature under J. the Constitution framed at Topeka, whic...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 30 January 1858

it jreTented an pnneinai Projector cft. ahed the v.? I"PeT:xBtfcSlt From there v. f w"& the I Free Sta.t . ." patnofcHnofkQ least. seem .1 Weh called .5 been ol, i tly r devoted i heartily who, fcj Kansas, eea J oeaxoitnerW Territory,; r. 1 ImtheTne Stat j omm paper, fcj Buffiem! eod Jt jver.UnottheeiJ treehtate euJ I on in regard to t J omuee existing J te party in Kn-. 1 plishment of 1&J Kansas.' Ths that while the fiJ ne pciicy or gi Councilor. IiiT i aining poesct3;9B (the opposition U, fc action .should i, J Int. Ltd., Begirt J nl wader cf ttU J I cause for these H stroa?adToetVi msas; and furthtJ .ensions tobeinrtfi khomt its whole t3 ana lis ecu ton. ui ideayored to porta u eupauiry, whi ess and party stife. bn Kansas, wewej I erms-rsing g J . t5,tt); ten eopiel a Inh 1.1 no i f bout Kansas. DMISTSTRATIft m,348 pages. acing fall aewd :Y. Soil. Climt 1 as a Territory, trtl Governors Udl -isnsions, Persocilj aasv Atollles ni, bd-br JOUMl.Uk prominent aetnm . y to Gov. G...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 30 January 1858

J fi. W. BSOWIT, ESITOS. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MQSMNG. JAN. 30, ; 1853. TEBXS i.9 PS AX5TM. IT ADVANCE Her kall the PrcM tke Pclea rihU ltal Ttmmw'4 hy party. brik4 hj glm. PIe4e4 hat to Tratk, t UWrtj saJ Law, K XTr wajs u. u Ttr mhtdl aw. . Eiyida the Honors. " ."We earnestly protest against the SZaj, . and their journals, and correspondents, giving us exclusive credit for the action of the "Bolters" in the late election, and their triumph at the polls. While we are frank to admit that we acted an honor- - able part in that affair, jet the services of Got. W. Y. Roberts, Doct Davis, Gen. Pomeroy, S. N. Wood, Dr. Hall, Mr. . Austin of the Centropolis Leader, J. K. - Goodin, Esq.; Judge McKay, of Wyan ' dott ; Rev. Mr. Backus, of Leavenworth; J Joseph Gardner, Mr. Morrow, Mr. Low . man, D. H. Weir, E. Heath, Esq., Judge Schuyler, Thomas Ewnro, Jr., who la- bored so" hard and contributed of. his money so freely, and the 7,000 other per sona of the Territory, scattered all over i...

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. — 30 January 1858

pa attending K 111 Pud the , and fiTe eled in goin, Tte Preridenl i certificate 0f draw awuriM I parts of A. fct with the pro. 11 the same are in force, and t passage. 1858. ct providing for lection Frauds 858. ' hor and Ltgi Kansas, as of. p. Green he, and iommission pro. men tnia Act is a lyommissioner tigateanjifrand. hy hereafter U the returns or in tner of the said ard shall have end&sce of wit. p of papers. v Board shall have who shall ra tion proyided for rd. . , hereby approprj. the contingent the sum of three much thereof u ct to the draft of Board, upon the y, and the Presi- keep an account i and expended.' ta the same with Hoard. All acta 3istent with thit t and be in forc 8. Vet providing for flection Frauds," 1000. nor and Legtila f Kansas, as fol- 3aid Board shall eir President, to nt to accompany 'hen in the iud- ball be necessary b of any witness, aj thin neceasa- :r inrestigationof e served and ex. t-at-arma or his er the service of fiim appear neces- ihe attend...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 30 January 1858

! 1 1 LAWRENCE, K. T. fiatarday Blomla, Jan. ZO, 1853. THE PRIDE OF AS V2U3U. BT Z2QCA D. 72. S. SOTOIWOBTH. CHAPTER J. THB ASTROLOGEB'8 PBEDICTIOS. Beading a few weeks since, one of De Quincey'g papers "Three Memori&ble , Murders, recalled to my mind the strange circcmstances of one of the most mysterious domestic dramas that ever taxed the ingenuity of man, or required the flight of time to develop. The locality of our story lies amid one of the wildest and most picturesque re gions of the Old Dominion, where the bead waters of the Rappahannock wash .the base of the Blue Ridge. The precise spot Crossland is a sub- lime and beautiful scene, where two for . est-crowned ranges of mountains f croes each other at right angles. At the intersecting point of these ridges -nestles a little hamlet, named, from its elevated poaition, Altamont. ;. ; At the period at which our story opens, the four estates, in the four angles of the . irregular mountain cross, were owned as - follows ; . T...

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. — 6 February 1858

pnneipal editor Jrojeetorofthei h in this eonntZ; MM Ma6olJ.n .7 mm ? v: . bed the ui TllUi- 1 M paper in the From there ha saa,witli the.' tent ofhUuieBt.., ree State. And justification of hiiiT ktnotianiofhww. p reat majoritef least, seem to cheaUedlnquestiJ pr deroted to the k JhertilywiBhit,eB V-uvi yauivug Utah .-Xeviral. . m- Kansas, comes to oesi 01 me xreeSt Territory. The i t as well as elsewW I the Free State nz, itaman eoas aod r. is not the eate. it. Free State cause, roacnmenworsiat. ' in regard to the psp, dtiea existing; t, party in Kansas-b ishment of the aa&t ansaa. The cause at while the HtnUm c policy of oing. W juuncilors, Represent mng possession of tin e (pposmoa baa mi it am should be ita. I iCtioi: should be Id I t, lad., Eegitter. Adj. reader of this paj, .?r binlf destroy We have also read en brought aminat u far we bare not btt, ause for these aceu. i trooff advocate of tk. las; and further thai ty. It haa maintain oat its whole careen ad its editors, ...

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. — 6 February 1858

JT-i ; i ' - k IV 1). V if?. J.'' i ! hi' 1 if. it ill i f f If 14 it B S a- Hi" 1 v G. W. BSOTO, ZDXT9B. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. - ( SATURDAY M02XIXG, FEB. 1S53. TTK ST. 48.09 PER AXSCM. IX ADVANCE Equal to Eomanc0.'.rn"inrTrr Our readers are advised in regard to the appointment ofa commission by the Ter ritorial 'Legislature to investigate the al leged election' frauds, at ShawneeT)?- ford, tKickapoo, &c rThatv commission has been engaged in its labors at Leaven worth for some time. ..Last Friday it re moved lo Lawrence, with a view of get ting possession of the returns for exami nation; The Chairman of the Committee bore. letter from Gen. Calhoun to Mr. McLane, with whom the returns were de posited, requesting that gentleman to air low the committee to examine them. McLane met the . matter coolly, saying that subsequent to the date -of the letter he had received orders from Gen, Cal houn to deli rer the returns to a messen ger, who had started with them to Wes ton to deliver to Gen...

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. — 6 February 1858

h writ- lets in- la Act, p fores I States f Kan- jmpton tened nion ? driven intarily - do to, ke lost' liet'tHe" was lo-" isances 1 "kept h Falls, e most fe Terri- mpany ' period ' Ihas ex- tb'epa-. le name, Looks. respect-.. Kptions, ' another bington kill pass VessJ'lt icing at ebra&ka, to tho- vr taxes " ie mails Leruneni ; proved : Parrot . Missouri erland. - Is aaver-,, ,: ke place , - missions, 'a list of I door,, for. es." W'a irsons ia I of Gen. Hour was' hr weeks bd to be J seTerely I affecting " r it bad ' market, fas suo- She biick- bdd Tel-, comm.it- mcet in. lanization . uniform - ii Lodges lodge has do that tons witb Late offi- fcoompton, pat paper inder its o the re- - as if for signally - - las county I; that of . . of John- ; Ivenwortb'" tiderstand khe coun- , limner. place an indicating should hcterfrom. freedom, tgtoneity, ' of Sloths . line hi fa Browns- to Era- fae propri- 1 ear where. rTbe latter bouses of loving the jinneola, s South of Centropo- willreto ...

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. — 6 February 1858

1 S 1 I ! i I United SUUea Stalls. . Post Omci DEWSTjresr.f , T- r -i-3 -.December 31,1857. PROPOSALS win be -eeeired at the Contract frfflfta r,f thij !Ti9rtniiit until 2L "B. 'B CI Wednesday. March 31, JS58. for conveying th mails of the United States lor four years, com- the Territory of KANSAS, on the routes and by the schedule herein rpecined. Deeiskms to be nude by the 24th April, l3d. Examine carefully ike form and instruction atmeved.)-- - : - 13001 From Westport, Mo., by Shawnee, Kimu -- TLexiflgton,Frnklin,La.wrenee.Ka- - waca.Leconipton, Big Springs, Teeumseh - cad Topeka, to Indianola, '4 miles and back, daily. Leare Westport daily at 4 a. m.; -Arrive at Indianola next day by 10 p. m.; - - Leare Indianola daily at 4 a. m; Arrire at Westport next day by 10 p. m, 130C3 From Westport, Mo , by Olaka, Kansas T San Barnard, Prairie City and OtUwa : Creek, to Sac and Fox Agency, 60 miles and back, three times a week., Leave Westport Monday, Wednesday ,acd Friday at 6 a. m.; Arr...

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. — 13 February 1858

. . . ..... .- f ?-- . , - .-- - -j- - - -i. , .- -i , - - - v--. - : - - :-. - . - ' - -- - - - - - -' - - - ' - - . - - . - 1 state of c, - Verpel -tditocaai JctorctieZfc ia this vilW he Ti7nrifaii in la the tetw there ne-rw-. ,TtM. AM hum hateaose, thon jdveraoa from jt tificitioacflUU. it ism oftli conn Yatinajorityof ta W em to adopt ailed inntteatioi e been, obliged u Ttftedt the bi tily wisnitsener.' r'patriotie labon. sas, comes to si" ;of the Free Stau rritory." lit ia. well M elsewhere, Free State ranii; e paper is now a Saa eode and BOttbeeue.lt a i State easje, a4 aeamentsof Slav, retard to the seat of the saa as. The catue g irb'letheZfent&iw tr ; , LUC Ml (Ui Ifttf jcllors, Represents, 1 W . jppositioo bu sul. is snouia o rsccf. aa snoald.be lu4 . ader of thJs pepw er Bern ft-..-j Ve hare. alio rea ' we cave sot ben fcr these aeeiiv ag advocate cl tit ami furthav tV. fcu i to Vein tbe a I lib ms.intsi.-j V ;7i vTrL iU editors, to tbm OTfA Lo nnrtru tk. inbistrv. wt...

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. — 13 February 1858

.Xfjs 5fei9 of li-eeSoh). - fi. W. BBOinr, E9XTOS. LAWRENCE, KANSAS.' SATURDAY MOSXIXG, FEB. 13, -1853. teums sa.ee pes Ajntra. is advaxcx Here kTlti Pwaaifce Prc' r&te ltl Pledged bi t Tmtfc, to IAtrtr Hi Lav, ' ZTe Fare wji as, sal ae Tear haU ewe. I am content te bid my time, until the pen of impartial history shall rereal the secret work? ings'of the m&ettinery by which this grand malt bu been achieved until the race of Jtdion writer $, tho mitHon teemt to be to deify tome men by UmoUing ot&en, hall have fir en plaee to the historian wbo eaa discern principles as well as men. troth as well as fiction. Charkt Jtcbbuo. - ' .' ' 0r We stop the press to announce tliat the Legislature has closed its session, and the bill providing a new Constitutional . Convention, it is reported, has failed for want of the Governor's approval.' The Topeka Gorernaient. The name. Topeka, we regret to say, has become almost a reproach in Kansas, because of the obstinacy which certain promin...

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. — 13 February 1858

regretted a source d of De. startling f -American prmiega of of So vera fed to tr,. l . pun doctrine p that now P principle, case ton- rinkling of astound. Mr. Bn. be that he it is suffix an inetm. ping touch. , su bmiu ion. Tfci. undoing eU omotion of ent, which lo ! and if presented this com ers with a kuld judge is most f the Fed. V ask them to think of - tiGAME. iffan applied fFrtaior. season will pence their Ibe well for r-erience in jknown the : hew comers Jof the soiL Ised to hear of men in lory for the lubtless the if Kansas is is of Agri- thin z else. r informed W"d to our Jgress be in bs of this ' lis country e,soil, and to contend : course of , experience ie soil, and &. In 1st seasons Che farmer, . oi failure Doubtless Id have in onaei but :o remedy. fwere never seasons: if the better planting, iotatoes is icason corn But this r, the next I those who m country, I for plant- kmedy for. estructive. rote a col- Lst of the j tiling up I o be fed . 1, instead have here- i...

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. — 13 February 1858

JXnlledfal nrail.-- J -.11.1 ' " ; December 31. 1.-57. J ' PROPOSALS wll! be receirei at the Com tract OSes of' this deparmienr nntil 3, p, m., of Wednendsy Marcs 31, 1&8. fcr conveying the mailt cf the lusted State f.r four years, eem--- mescicg July J, ifX, and ending June 30, ItCS.ra the Territory if KANSAS, en the roates sod by . the schedule herein rp?eHied. Decuioat te be laae by the S4:h April, , , : Vr-'v lEnamine carefvGn the form ani interaction annexed.) : .. '. , . -v'. ; 15ai Fmm Wertport. Mo- by Shrwnee, Kansas T Lexfogtoa, Franklin. J,s wreuce. Ku wascLeempton,BigSrriBZ4.Teeunueb .- and Trpwka, to ladisjwla U miles and . back, daily. - .- : . Leave Wevjv.rt daily at 4 a m.; -Arrive at Iodisnola next day by 10 p. ta. . Leave Indiaoladaiiyat4 a. m; - -' i Arrive at West port next day by p. m. 15009 From Westport, Mo ,by Otaka, Kansas T., v. rMw Parnard, Prairie City and Ottawa Creek, to Sac and Fox A freney, 60 miles and bosk, three times a week. ' L,es.re est port ...

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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