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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 27 March 1858

Tor Vu Herald of Freedom. Trunin Liberty. CoasmrcUl Liber ty ud Tern . . perance. ! - Of the first it was long ago asserted to U a self-evident proposition that all men were created equal. : This has now be come problematic li would seem that when once a great : froth like ? this tad foond expression,-no person could be so reckless of reputation as to deny so self evident a troth, i - ':. Yet, strange to tell, in three-fourths of a century after the doctrine of inalienable rights is asserted, the Chief Justice of the United States is heard to say,' that instead" of til men possessing equal and inalien able rights, "certain men possess no rights which other men are bound to TespecL" We should certainly hare been placed ocder great obligations to the Chief Jus tice had he have given us a metaphysical formula by which we could always have determined, ; with : unerring' ; certainty vlether it is ourselves or somebody else who is at liberty to" disrespect the rights of any class of men.'...

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. — 27 March 1858

mm - r - ' Ia v . tV. BEOWX, EDITOR. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. BATUEDAY M0ENIXGM1UCH 27, 185S. -" "' - " - " - ' ' ' - ; - i" TEEMS es.oo PES AXXttB. E ADTjUCCE Mere AM tt.c Prtm the People' right maiatzis Xoaw4 by party, and anbrlbed Itgala, rieigrA hat f Truth, to Ubcrtj ad Law, ' Tf Tmrmt wi U U4 bo Tear ikall aire. ;; -7 - I am eonteatt bide my time, uniij the pen of impartial history ebaU repeal the 'secret work lags if jthe raiw hmery'by wl5ch .(bis grind rssaft -has been achieve until the raca of fiction Writers, viomeaiUtian cmt bttoilfSyiuum men ly demon Izinq oJAtrt, ebail have girca place to' Ibe historian Trho caft discern principles as w!l slb iaen, truth fa3 well as fiction. Chqrk "' ' .The Herald o freedom Coin -J Jievn. v Six hundred ; new subscriptions were received , during our absence. Names of the best and most prominent men in the Territory arc among tho nuraber. These "'Lave all been obtained by the efforts of a fingle individual, except so far as persons in various lo...

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. — 27 March 1858

. XAWRENCE.K. T . : Satarflay 3IoraiEfff March 27, 1858. ; . General Agent. .y. V " It gives us pleasure to state that w have com pleted arrangements -with Rev. V. F. Pakhsh. of Roekford, Illinois, to officiate as General Agent for the Hsuald or Ffctdox. He is not only authorixed to receive and receipt subscrip tions, bat is fully empowered to eommmsion Canvasring Agents throughout the Northern States to solicit subscription for us. Persons wishing to set as agents for OJ, Till address W. N-PAasiSH. Roekford. El. (r- As this cumber goes to press the editor will start for St. Louis on usines3 connected with the office, and may be absent two weeks, though, be hopes to return in ten days. ' His foreman, 3Ir. Mabtin', will have charge of the paper during his absence. - Important Letter from Got. Chase. , In the midst of onr divisions as to the tine policy of th&Free State party in the crisis which is being forced upon us, it is of importance that we have the advice of statesmen outs...

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. — 27 March 1858

r i -5 -'if. 1 f fi i " fvj si 7 J'-! li 1! HI in' ilay "An expedition vaa sentT oat j last, by ! Goteniment, - to',; explore the 3r;ri tsQisii"laiaafc.t Ar sontnern rxiunaary oi Aansas, wilo. ne f view Of aacertaiuing the' jauctibHit j pf constractini; a railroad by this . route I to the Rio Graade..1 A 'everything relating to the southern portion . of our- Territory id looked for with interest,we take plea . tire in publishing the below official report Ct Col Johnston. ,';.. ; - Jt ' WArarxcToxl D. Ci, Feb. 13, 1858. ": 'Sib Your letter of the 5th. of May, 1857directing me to ascertain the most j - .practicable route for a railroad, from the initial poiut of the boundary- of Kansas fi to the Rid Grande, was receired on" the 8th of Septembc - a: ; V- . ' The Furveyof the boundary: line- Was , " finished on tha lOth," but the ' .necessity; of - going nearly eighty-miles toward -.Fprt Leavenworih to meet the supply of pfo- visions which should have been delivered r- near the end of t...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 27 March 1858

- .Ssoriea KsrmFcia Washington, " T-'Ct tiay.ApAfril was an,1sni:or-' tt.rt'Jor EyBsas. The HUadimuu K iT:-i is to tiic Utioa as 'a'-fcile, vsder -' r h L;a ut-is Swindle . had passed tha-. .a a ; 'QtiDn had r.nssrd X i- 5 TiiC ena ct .tne debate on v - lis:-- Kntin : Comt t-f the-. rably oi vestiate ed to (r" LeI.I of tK m, an held, iubnu' ial ol s Lee s teal ieret' iess f his t$ tim . be w$ as I e ofl ineds .all vq an" :t of, timos whic$ ; in 0 iting igatio of th- vare i count inJ l ioolcs; initial Iitstsi ials.v" other esultof ZAVKJCWOBTII , COrXTT. r"r;:; or.. II r. Stephensof Gccrgi, hid r es uotice of his intention to mote tLe : ,o-s .qtitior.'. Tie .important ' h" r "f ;.fe- o'clock arrive?."' Tffe UI1 "? ; ji': f-.r the fret tide. --Mr.- fiid ii 's c i-jt-: i ':o the second 'rcadjss f r" t t -W ' tutiVi Occurred ' r.iil rejected.". Mft Stepl-i-i tha ye.w and nays, which aooi aStDiitive, 137 uegativ. Tha hlH-was then real the second time. "Ya cjpy from the telegraphic dippatc...

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. — 3 April 1858

... . - w f:. il:: ,1 I I 'W) I 1 X 14; :"L;-'i ill TeruisiTwo Dollars Per Annum-In Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EASTS SHALL EISE AGAIN." A Family Nei5TSFapcr--IndpeHdcat on All Subject s. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, APRIL 3, 1858. ' - ' i ,-i I l L ! .- - . c . - . t-- .- i - -. f-i ; ; ; - r- z m - - - i. - . t?.f. ? - , . . . ..-i. --- -----v ... i i ; s i - . ' f : ; i i t - gepoil of Commissioners for Investigation of Election Fraud. - - Leaveswciith, Kaxsas,) Feb. 12, 1853. . To Jlii Excellency J. W. Dexveb, Gov-tmc-r of Knvsi: The undersigned, a I5rJ of Commissioners appointed by the Acr.3 of the Governor and Legisla tive Assembly of the Territory of Kan so?, to investigate frauds committed at, or intended to affect the result of the electa Leld Dec. 21st, 1857, on the adoption of the Constitution framed at Lecompton, and the election for officers ender it, held January 4th, 1858, beg leare to submit the following BEPOBT. A journal of the proceedings of - the TV....

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. — 3 April 1858

4 f , t? G..W. BEOViTf EPITOH. IiA WHENCE, KANSAS. V:Y SATURDAY: MGE3KG,' AFBJL 3, TEJ2SS.C.OO PER AXSrM, EJ JJBTASCr ' Here i 11 (lie Press tie Fcoitlc' rffkte aslata! I'aaw'dky party, ad tHVrd L7 ; . r Pledged 6t t Trti, t Libert a4 Law, "S fif(ffMi m4 Temr shell awe. ; '-'-"'. I us contest ta. bide ay time, until tie pen cf ;'-: ImparttsJ tiyifiry ehail reveal the secret work ing cf tbe machinery by wbieh thi3 grand rein It ' has been aefcieved until the race of fiction ," "Writer, ichomi4lon tttem4lo b toileifyiome i X ! Cjf demon Uiryj othert, shall bare sires place ; ' to the historian Trho can discern principles as A. i;ivM files, truth as well as fiction. Omrlm T .. ." Lecotnptca Consiitailon. ' , ' Considerable iaterest ia inaiiifested in this quarter, ,on iihe arrival cf every mail, f- -' to lsani the snccesa of the Lecompton : Cotuiitatlotf in Cfengresa. jrany eastern . . journals, which Bava a reputation for the corToctness ot their reports, aCrm ' that the have the best...

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. — 3 April 1858

jAWBEXCE. K.T. gitarfaj Morciii ;April 3, 1858. General Agent. nSMsar to State that we have eom .isSP;Swith Rev.W. F. PA.aisH. ?fklferd. IIm. to officiate asGeneral rf . & tha Hzkalp of Fbeedo. He is not ,r;Ied to receive and receipt ubcrip hat is fully empowered to eooiraissioa l 3 brents throughout the Northern 2t!ici briptioni for ns. Persm,? c?l -J?ta act m sgent for ai, mil address W. pjis!iH. Kockford.El. , , Welcome, Spring! -. .- " pother "Winter "a remarkably mild S-3 pleasant one "is over and gone" ggeftig March Las also passed aray, jjl we tra cow enjoying the warm, and freezes and genial -showers of ipnL Already the vernal bloom of reg ion is arrayiiig oar prairies and forests i3robe3 of beauty, and harmoniously is blended" the music of the oriole and robin, tie chattenngs of the squirrel ' ' The season for the husbandman has an jijrieiou3 beginning, and should he plant pi sow liberally, he may well anticipate o abundant harvest Last year, most tf the'crt'l that were...

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. — 3 April 1858

It - 3! 5. m Vii i 5' 5 :? Eamati liberty, Conmierci.il liisrry end Ttm- . . '". :. pcnuiee, - " ' ' : ; -'" . .. ; U'" (CoXCTXDED.) '-- . " -f' . -? ;. " '. -" ThU will always t3 the casa wlieti th ' JT ': people are t,qV interfered with in their iusicess, unless tey 13 dolts. ;'..; - ; -Tfet many intelligent people suppose that a couatrj. ia benefited by .inducing - " ths manuicturo of certain articles wLicL tLo profits of trade would not permit. The New Yorli Tribune in a recent Lsnf .'; tells U3 we-shoald have produced $150. - 000,000 .of 'tbe'gooda we have bougbt, eY imported ddricg the year jnst past; anc: "gives as a reason for tbe.finaacial cnf now exotic in the country tbe fact ih y - - we negleetd to do o. : But it did no ' iell m how "this could have been do; without our neglecting to have .proiuoc -$150,000,000 tvortb. of sbraetu.ug we iii . - "produce ''JJiiLzii it can do this, we' do ?'.o- - see how re should ' have'. been '- richer ' tKaawe4nowaro. '. We are fearful t...

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. — 10 April 1858

CEP. EgWIkSftlUr. UWRENOS, KANSAS. SATURDAY ilOSXGG, APEIL If, 1858. Hrw T1 of Folttcal Or&odexr. ' Is March, of 1855, a Convention was held in Lawrence to nominate candidates to the first Territorial Legislature. Those thai "called together. were from extreme portions of the Unite, entertaining & va riety of views upon all subjects, social, re ligious and political; but they entertained one sentiment in common, and that was ia earnest desire to make Kansas a Free Sute. Turning back to our files of that period, we find the following questions were asked each candidate. These an swered in the affirmative were all that was desired of any person put is nomina tion : 1st. Are you in favor of making Kan us a free State?" "2d. If elected to a seat in our Terri torial Legislature, will you do everything is your power, as an honorable man, to nase Kansas a Free State ?" J' ixua was iuuuwcu uv a x erriwnai vxra Tention,'held at Big Springs, on the 5th of September, and called at that...

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. — 10 April 1858

GEO. TT. HHOITI?, Editor JAMES MAUTIA , Aaaeciate Editor. LAWRENCE KANSAS. ; SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL ID, 1858. TEEMS 2.M PEIt AXNUM. tS ADVANCE Her kail tie Preaa the People' right aalatala Caaw'i by party, aad aaartfred j rata, Pledred bat to Tratk, t Liberty a4 Uw, Ja FTorwiTii,iiji Fear ska3 awe. - I Am content to fcido m; time, until the pen cf impartial history shall reveal the secret work ings fit the machinery bywluch. this gTand result has been" achieved until the race of fiction W r 1 1 e r ch m in lot teem tobtto dify .urn nun by dmoiiing clAtrs, shall hare given place to the historian who can discern principles aa well as men, truth as well as fietion. CharU ( Bobimon-. ; r -; -."ri-l'.t - .1' I " " " i . .-- ,",.- , i . . I . ' i & m.l. f Attorn - ' - W a TIL'fl maoonvA thta ipulr irk - 1 r during Mr. Mabtix tp the public as asso ciate editor, for tlio time being, of the Herald of Freedom "Mr. Martin is a good writer, a gentleman of experience, a first rate Tjrmter. ...

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. — 10 April 1858

LAWRENCE. K. T. 7 r Saturday fllomlsgi April iet 1858, - , liberty of the Press. . ." - j - If by li of pre83 we understand - . .v. i;Krtr r.f discussing the propriety of blc measure and rjolitieat pinions, let ns f ,f vou Dlease: but mean UlUArta efafnmUng, calumniating and d'am "v I, for my part, own myself will- to Irt wit mjr Baaro wneneTe onr !il5to hall PleaM ltr tte Uw5 and Uilebeerfally consent to exchange my liberty 'f gboaiES other for the privilege of not being Sew .Clerk.' The tern of engagement of Miss E. L. CjjjXH, as clerk ia the Herald of Freedom cSce, having expired, we nave secured tis serrlces of Miss L. G. Heath, form jjIt from Xew York, to take her post Hiss Heath seems well adapted to the position, and we have no doubt will give imple satisfaction to those who hare bus iness to transact with the office. , In thii connection, the reader will allow us to say that during the last two and a half years we have employed lady clerks almost exclusively. Miss Gleasox ha...

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. — 10 April 1858

JWRENCE, K. T. Saturday 3Iora2s?, iprii, 10, 1858. 7 Tie Siawnea Couarjr Cocrt House. tSe call the attention,, cf bur readers in Shawnea County to the following : " ' Xow that the election U over and a fall Bet of county officers are chosen,', wc trust . that the jCaira of Shawnee county will be -fully investigated and published, and such "course adopted zs nsay be in accordance with thd public honor, and strict justice towards all parties. Owing to the jealousy . of some rival towns and the disorganizing .character" of the teachers cf some politi cians, a. disposition is manifested in certain localities to follow the example of those distinguished slave States, Mississippi and Arkansas, and repudiate a public debt con tracted in good faith in accordance with the express requirements of public siat- In August, 1855, the Legislature passed . a law constituting Boards of County '.Com . rnissioners or "County Tribuaals,'" to trar.s 'act public business for the several organ ized counti...

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. — 17 April 1858

- - mm. 1 . . 3,erms:--TTTP Dollars Per Anniim-Ia Adrance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO' EARTH A Family IVewspaper--Iiidcpcndeht on All Salijects BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, APRIL 1 7, 1858. NUMBER 36-VOLUME 3. Jije ifeid of eeSoh). cro. W. BHOWX, Editor. - . Tines nuxi-itAiioeiaie loiwt. UWRENCE KANSAS. ; SATURDAY MOBXEG, iPEIL 17, 1853.' T0XlS.t9 PEH AXXUM, IX AIVAHCE CCSSTITUTIOX OP THE STATE OF KA5SAS iVfiaKJ itf Constitutional Convention, in tation tn Leavtntoortn City, Kansas, and adopted and Signed by the Members there- ft April 3rd, 1858, and to be voted upon by the Ytofle on Tuesday, May ISth, 1858. Ordinance. Bt tie authority of the people of Kan- a. be it ordained by this Convention, ir- reroobljt thai the Stale of .Kansas will !4Ter, without the consent of Congress, interfere with the title. of tne United States to the public domain, or unsold linda within the limits of said State, or primary right of the United States jt dispose of the same, or with any regu lation ...

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. — 17 April 1858

GEO. r. RRnmr. rn. . JASIEJi SIAliTlJJf, Associate Editor. LAURENCE, KANSAS. T E1TUSDAY MOSMXG, APEIL 17, 1253. Here iIl the Praw tke Pcvrfe'a riiu f1t Ile4Ce4 tat i Tratb, I Libert; 4 Lew, We vr (way u.ad m Fa afcalt M. I am content te oiife bit lime, nntil the pen of Impartial history tball reveal the eer$t work . inr of theajaehinerr by which thiesrand result has beea achieved tmtil the raee f i ictieq Writers, jr&Me mintion em$ to It to deify torn mnbydMnttfng vtker$,ii fcTe eWen plaee to thebistorUa who caa discern principles at weH as men, trntb as well as fiction. Oarfei JUtotatomi "' -v : -'; . " t ' .'..' . Wlut is fit Policy; cf the Free Slate Farty? A friend writes to us inquiring: "What is the future policy of the Free "State party of Kansas?" and desires an answer. We take pleasure in complying with his . request,: and irr general terms would say, ' It is the same it was when the party was originally organised, which was tovwtJcs of this Territory a Free State in th...

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. — 17 April 1858

r ' 3 J-f. - ""TV . IJbsslvef taeFre:. - -Jny; ..L IL liberty-of the press w Bttderataa i, the liberty of discussing the propriety of hnimaaii ' lot m ? v ;i aa-vou clease: bat Y jmmJ iUB"1-" 7 I ftyvfo fronting, auumntaiing ana aeam aiwAor. I. for my part, own myself will- ray share f it whenever our. Sjawa shall , please to alter the Jaw ; Afid jjebeerfully consent to exchange sir liberty yasics others for the privilege ef jooi being gj- Any nonaber of copies of the Her u f Freedom contiuDiD": the' Leaven- rsrth Cocstitutioc, . put up in . wrappers , fbr i&ailiBg, may befead by mating imme dlite f plication at the canting room. V . , Kews from Borliegame. - - .' judge Scinnxz paid us a visit a few ' diyi ago froTn Burlingame. He reports fat the farmers are buiy loildiiJg ience breaking the prairies aad planting ; that jTerrhodr has gone to work, determined to do his best in the way of Improving the ' coabtr, and in making a home. Settlers are coming in slowly, most of them pas...

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. — 17 April 1858

1' - CosnxiTEir psoa'rrEsr page. quarter sates? or"e&tr Eire rbstraists upon transfer, reserved hi xixy "lease of lanj, viaea, taat itis article sball inno wis8 in terfere trith'tfee tKxit;on of ftte school lascfe ef theSutdix -i a: .,x?-t2 - "i? a. Sec. 11, la alljcasesvi'liere i.t sliall le necessary to'Belfsny'dflhVland'g granted by.Cossress, said-sales shall not; be made vd.I6nt ons.yeat'a 'notice through publi- i anou ia Aaocoucty or counues WEererae laiidgiiie ami aa Advertisement La two or Eiore ceslralTievsp3fer8 of the Stat; stud there "hsif-ts a'Vyalaatlon of aid; lands, -by- tliidctereibted - persons end- no lands shall b sold at a less pjicglCithe'valu atioo. i ;"..--; Vfu-?I--.a-.5--j ? . iSegtmn 'li. Ka.Ciak fcball be establ Is bed. otherwise thaif-iauJ;r u-general Banting r , -Sec. jf the GsfT-cral Assembly shall enict 3: Ctcorj!; Bating Law, such Jawv shall praviC?e fertile rcistry-and connter gnif;?Jb the Auditor ot the State cf.all j Banknote or paper credit de...

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. — 24 April 1858

Xerins:--Two dollars Per Annnm-In Advance. ; " , . . "TEDTfl CEUSHED TO EABTH SHALL EES. AGM." : ' : . : ' : A Family NeWspaper-Independent on All Subjects. BYG. VT. BRO WN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, APRIL 24, 1858. NUIBER 37 VOLUBIE 3; k ety(d of JeeSohj. CEO. W. BBOWIf, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. ATUBDAY MOfiNEG, APRIL 24, 1353. Lxg tt.ee pea Axsraf. is advasci Something la lie Wind. 'The Crusader of Freedom, henceforth, 1 nc be the organ of any party, or of. r man, the Editor alone excepted, and ;i refuse support any ticket or any itical aspirant who does not announce jmself openly as a Eepcblicas. Ke- dinz the i ree slate rarty as an orga- fced Hypocrisy, kept up tolely for the Crpose of promoting the political designs i numoer oi amoiuous aeinagogues, ill refuse to fight under that banner r longer but will hoist the Republican ..: ' "Having been nearly rained by the Sf.uaCl 01 VJCU. v iva. xx. Luuc, x luut nut ,r.tiune to write his 'Autobiography, Ar te?, Reports or any other o...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 24 April 1858

it CEO. W. BROWTff Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 135S. TZZM PER AJDrCM. IH ADTAXCE Hera Vn tkm PrcM tka PeIe' rlfcta .---TJw1l T rtr. sn4 aabrfkej fc-y rata, . PleJi bat t Tratfc, Liberty aa Law, - 1'mww a, aa4 M Fear ahal awe. : I am content te- bide my time, ontil the pen of Impartial history shall reveal the secret workr Ingi ?f tfie machinery by which thi jTajid reH ha bsen achieved until the race of fiction Write ran tr&we mUiion teem to Into Mfytonu men ty demonlHny other, shall have given place to the historian who can discern principles as .well at men, truth aa well as fiction. Ckarlti Soblnson, , ' ' ' ' THOMAS H. BENTON is dead. A great and good man Las fallen, fall of ; honors and full of years. - Another gener- ation will do honor to his memory the . present mourn his loss. He was our beau ' ideal of a statesman, independent and s fearless, perferriDg his convictions of du ; ty to position and empty honors. , ' ' - ' Gloomf Prospects.' ' ' ; ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 24 April 1858

Jije of BeeSoh. LAWRENCE, K. T. gatardaj MorntaSTi April 24, 1858. Ltberrr of the Frees. If by the liberty of the press we understand merely the liberty of discussing the propriety of public measures and political opinions, let us bare as much of it as too please; bnt if it mean the liberty of affronting, calumniating and defam iaj on another. L for my part, own myself will isc to part with mr share of it wheneTer oar legators shall please to alter the law ; and ball cheerfully consent to exchange mjr liberty f abusing others for the privilege of not being tbmi myself. Franiltn. Hews from Waihingion. - The Senate passed a resolution! nvit jag a committee of conference from the House, which was considered on the 14th iusL, and after a severe strtijgle was final ly carried fcy the casting rote of the Speaker the voting standing 108 to 108. On the 15th the clerk of the House noti fied the Senate cf the appointment of the Committee of Conference, which consists of Messrs. English, Steve...

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