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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 24 April 1858

Jlje 5feh)49 of flreeSoh). rLAWRENCE,ICT. Satwrdai SIornlBS," April 24. 1858. It has often been a favorite subject wun many thoughtful writers, to investigate the historical parallels furnished by the annaLt of earth. As the nature of man remains the same thrcngh successiVe ages, midst : the "chimneys and the dust" gathered around the recollections of past generations that indicate truths of the greatest importance in studying the char acter, merits, necessities, duties and des tinies of our race. So, whether -wo read of that " Mighty Hunter," who is sup posed by some to have laid the founda tions of the earliest organized authority on earth, or of the degenerate filibuster of the nineteenth century whether we trace the erudite ideas and dreamy specu lations of the astrological lore, or are en tranced by the ail-but inspired revelations of the Newtonian .philosophy whether we follow the awful footsteps of history an she leads us over the wrecks of shivered lances and broken shields ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 1 May 1858

Terms:--Two Dollars Per Annum-Iu Advance. 'TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH JHAtL E2SE iGACi." Family Newspaper Independent tin Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN: & CO. : LAWRENCE, KANSAS,ai AYly --: -.i MIPER 3S-VOLTJME. 3. - -f SPEECH OF' HOJ. MARCUS J. PARROTT, - Delexl bom gaaM. -Delivered in theTJ. S- lions of Bepresentatives, . March 31iUl?5?. . .... Mr. Chairman. I need cot apologize for venturing to avail myself of the in dolence of the Committee, to submit -what I have to say respecting the affairs of Kansas. If any apology , tcere neces sary, I might find it in the fact : that, a Delegate from a distant Territory, ' Gen. Line of Oregon has seen fit' to go ' be vond hi own sphere of action, and assail iny constituent, in order to promote the welfare of his. own. This1 is the short road to Executive favor. I refrain from characterizing that speech as it deserves, .only because I cannot do so consistently with the proprieties of the place. r la un dertaking to present the case of Kansas, ' ...

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. — 1 May 1858

Ifa 5feI3 of reeSoh. GEO. TT. BBOWTT Editor LAWRENCE. KANSAS. 8ATUBDA7 MORNING, MAY 1, 1858. TECJt sw.. Fa mm, rsr astasce IIcm fcU tie Prees tte FmVi rlkta '-r'-Cmw4 party, aBBkrlfc41rsal, - . . Pto4c4 kt ( Tratk, f Liberty Law, .V Tmvor ewaya aa. ami a Tr thall ewe. I am Content ta luda m v lima, nntil t1 twin -.f impartial history ball reveal the iceret work ing! of the machinery by which this grand remit has been aeiered ontil the race of fiction Xrri ten t'v&oto nUeion teem to 8 to deify tome Sjr demonMng other, ihall hare firen plaee to the historian who ean discern principle aa well as men, truth as well as fiction. C&w&e ibttaeon. . A Bevlew oJ cor Former Position The Leaven worth Coastf auob. - In July last, when we indicated, in a leading editorial, the line of policy which was deemed best to be pursued by the Tree State party to regain their lost right, we suggested an abandonment of the To pefca Constitutional movement, because we- had nothing to hope from it...

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. — 1 May 1858

j(,e gefttt of lKdo awren ce, k. t. Sitardaj Blonilag May 1, 1858. Liberty of the Prm if lr the liberty of the press wo understand ZJ. the liberty of discussing the propriety of measures and political opinion, let u moch of it as yoa please; bat oofnti9. calumniating and defam Z, ens anMKer. I, for my part, own myself wttl rto part with my share of it whenever our Hilton .bail pt- ,r1Iejiecrfully consent to exchange my liberty 'fVbnsinf othen for the privileg e of not being bused mt.-rrH. later from Washington. The Committee of Conference between the Senate nd House, on the Lecompton Constitution, held several sessions. The Senate Committee made various proposi tioni all ot which were rejected by the House Committee. The latter were then called upon for their plan of adjustment Jlr. English, of Indiana, a Douglas Demo crat, who moved the appointment of the Committee on the part of the House, sub mitted his ultimatum, which, in substance, was as follows: To amend the ordinance attach...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 1 May 1858

- ' ' IbrtheBeraldof Freedom. '.. I . J The Sword and ths Pea. , V ; - T X33. A. XaSOS. T "The world is mine! I yield to none; Tome is honor paid; " -; " ; ': ' . ; Empires and realms to me belong f Thus epake the crimson blade. M Loud swell the son?; low bend the knee; : Ks'er jet was conqueror like me P I ask no pomp or retinae," -. . Low fished the humble Pen; To thee are fame and glory due Give mo the hearts of men; . ; 111 calmly sit the hearth beside, 2for mourn the splendor I'm denied. Spread ye the glorious news abroad . A hundred thousand slain ! Keen were the thrusts of glittering swords, , Swift flew the leaden rain I The earth was piled with ghastly forms: Sad relics of the battle storm." I brins thee peace and joy, 0 earth V Thus sang the pea again; . "No aristocracy of birth. 1 Or wealth disturbs my reign; To nobler deeds, to purer shrines, , The free, untrammeled mind inelines. I bring thee gifts both rich and rare. Outshining gems or gold: Truth, Tirtue. lore for you...

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. — 8 May 1858

i Teres:-Tiro Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "TRUTH C2U5HED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN." A Family Newspaper--Independent on All Subjects, BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, MAY 8, 1858. NUMBER 39-VOLUME 3. TU Uo to ( A nf TbP tinh I ijHv VJ '""l' LAWRENCE, K. T. Satarday Morning Slay 8, 1858. The Tope La Convention. The recent Free State Convention at Topeka closed its labors on the 27th nit, laving been in session two days. It was convened agreeably to the request of a self-constituted caucus, which met in Leavenworth while the Leavenworth Con stitutional Convention was in session, and which dictated the entire programme to I tie Union Central Committee. The lat ter were inadvertently induced to accept the trap, in eonsequence of a minority of the whole number of the Committee who constituted a majority of those present irhen the matter was finally settled upon "having axes to grind," and who felt dis posed to favor the dictation. The masses of the people looking upon the who...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 8 May 1858

GEO. TV. JJHOWX, Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. . BATUSDAY MOHNIXG, MAY 8, 1853. TEHU8 2.0 PEE AXJfUM. IX ADVA5CE Here shall th Prea tbe PeIe' rl-fcu naiataia ITftawM by omrtjr, aad bribe by gmim. Pledged bat U Truth, to Liberty ad Law, FTr ways k4 a Few eltaU awe. Progress. Gen. Jim. Lane made a speech at El wood,in Kansas a few weeks ago, in the course -of which he denied that he was an Abolitionist, and declared his readiness to assist in arresting and returning runa way niggers. lie expressed great anxie ty to geton good terms with the Border Ruffians ; hoped they would let by gones he by gones, &c. Brunswick, Geo., Herald. In the same speech made about two months ago, Geta Lane declared that he was the draftsman of the Big Springs Platform; and in a conversation with us fcoon after boasted that many of the Pro Slavery men of Doniphan county voted for him as & delegate to the Constitution al Convention. Among some very good features in that Platform, we find the fol lowing , ...

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. — 8 May 1858

gchili of IeSoh). LAWRENCE, K. T. r Sitarday MorniBff, May 8, 1858. Liberty of the Pre. jf br the liberty of the pres we understand -r ' tC lit W lilMTHT-ili ('J1ICI VI wja'ur? and jv.RUcal t-pini,--n, let us jraV:' fit a r-'.u p or.:e; Lu: rif mtrtnt ' , '-, c t-':r.nidfiny and d'fam ; I. f,r :r T'.rf. own ir.rself will 's my J-!.ir? f it v.henever our X r "ca- t alter tLe law ; and y e--n-er.'. to tic barge my liberty vfTti." privilegacf not being turret?- Latest from Washington. The latest news from Washington is to April 20:h. The resolution to lay over action on the Report of the Committee of Conference to the 10th of May was re considered on the 26th. Much discussion ensued. On the 28th English's bill aain came up and sundry speeches were made. The previous question was moved by Clicgnjan and was negatived, 103 to 108, showitg that the House was not yet ready to commit so gross a fraud upon the rights of Kansa3. We cannot venture an opin ion upon the fate of the bill. It was p...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 8 May 1858

Tli Struggle for Freedom. BT i. O. WHITTIXB. Just God ! and shall we calmly rest. . The Christian's seem ths heathen' mirth, Content to live tie Urge ring jest And by-word of a mocking earth T Shall our owi glorious land retain The earse wb.ca Europe scores to Dear? Shall onr own brethern drag the ehain Which not e'en Russia's menials wear ? Up now for Freedom ! not in rtrifo Like that jont sterner father's saw The awful wsute of human life The glory and vie guilt of war; But break the chain the joke rcmcre. And smite to earth oppression' rod, With those mild arms of truth and lore. Made mi ?iit jr through the living God! Down let the shrine of Moloch sink. And leave no traces where it stood; No longer let its idol drink His diil en o ef human blood ; But rear another altar there. To truth and lore and merc7 given. And Freedom's gift and Freedom' prayer Shall call an answer down from Heaven. Senator Wilson' Vindication of Tree Labor. The speech of Uejtby "Wrxsos, of Massachusetts, i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 15 May 1858

Teras:--Two Dollars Per Annum In Adrancc. " TRUTH CKUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RESB AGAK." A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, MAY 15, 1858. NUMBER 40 VOLUME 3. Jfje JelIS of reeSoty. GEO. W. BBOWN, Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MOHXIXG, MAY 15, 1358. TZRXS- . FES AXirCM. IX ADVA9CZ fotacb of Eon. John J. Critiandta of Xeattc-T, b the LocomptoD ContiQi Belirered in the United States Senate, on Wednesday .March 17. . Ha. CBrmarDEJr. I feel how inade quate I am, Mr. President, to add any thing to the various arguments that hare ben employed on this subject during the long discussion through which we hare pawed ; and yet, I should not perform my duty according to my views, if I omit ted to express my feelings and sentiments on the subject before the Senate. I do not intend to occupy your time with ex ordiums, sir. The right of a people to govern themselves is the great principle upon which our government and all our institutions depe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 15 May 1858

Ills Jferajd of B-eedoft). GEO. W. DROWX, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATURDAY MOEXIXG, MAY 15, 1858. TEH3fs. peh Axsrat. nr advasce Here all tae Preta tae Pea?Ie'a rlshU Malatola Uaaw'd y aartx. akrl!4 by g-ala, Plece4 mt ta Tratk, ta Liberty aad Law, f FaTar awaya aa, aa aa Fear hall awa. The Three Conatltatlona. The Topeka Constitution, a3 we have shown repeatedly, was framed to meet a contingency. When that contingency passed away it wa3 proper for th3 people to withdraw support from it, and let it fall to the ground of its own weight. How ever hard we all labored to make it ap pear that the Topeka Constitution was the result of the action of the people of Kansas, independent f party, every intelli gent person in the Territory and out of it knowB, it teas tic product of a party that cone but the Free State party, and only a portion of them participated in it, others believing and urging that it was im politic and ill-advised, and that the ten dency was to entangle us still further...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 15 May 1858

jl,e ge3 of Ifeeeohi; LAWRENCE, K.T. Saturday aiomlsffi May 15, 1858. LUjextr the rr tv tie liherty ot the press we understand lL tf" liberty of discussing tie propriety of .Inures and political opinions. let ss ila new aw4aw Uflofafronting, calumniating and frfam .LZ T. for my part, own myself will- "t with my share of it wheneTer onr izl w P" t..i to alter tie law : and Iffheerfaiiy eonaent to exchange my liberty ,b . r for the privilege of net being el eu - Latest Intelligsacs. tfe learn that II. S.Walsh, Esq., late ftief Clerk of the Secretary's office, has ken commissioned Secretary of Kansas Territory, and Mr. Denver has accepted cf his commission. TVe haw also information that Judges Lecompte and Cato are removed, and that Judge Elmobe is appointed in the place cf the latter. The land sales in Kansas, advertised to take place in July are adjourned to Octo ber, because of the earnest solicitations of jkasas to mat euec. Ia the Way of Progress. If we can get rid of the two Cons...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 15 May 1858

Ifye -ffefttfi) of freeSoty. IiAWHENCE, K. T. Satodaj Bloralag:, Slay 15, 1858. hw the 2T. T. Thau. lacy Stent oa the Eight of Women to the Elective Franchise. Last night, in Mozart Hall, Mrs. Leer Stosh! delivered the fourth of the course of lectures in aid of the "Shirt-sewers and Seamstresses' Union." Her and ienee was Tery large, and frequently expressed its appreciation of her remarks. learn that woman's rights and human rights are the same thing, and that all that has been meant by it is that woman, as a human being, ought to take rank with other human beings, and that in the range of human duties, from the highest to the lowest, whatever was fit to be done by anybody, might be done by woman, if she could, worthily and well, and should never be out of her sphere. The sphere of wo man, is snouia do remembered, was a - thing arbitrary and fictitious, made now by thi3 thing and now by that, and differ ing in different countries and ages. Good men and good women had been wont to b...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 22 May 1858

'EFlTlv TTl TT T' TXi T f" 5 Terins:--Tiro Dollars pcr AnnumIn Adyaace. "TEUTfl CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN." A Family XVcirspaper--Independent 011 AH Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. NUMBER 41 VOLUME 3. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, MAY 22, 1858. For Vie Herald if freedom To Kansas. Oh ! sacred land endeared bj blood That flowed your rigAt to claim. To gaurd your reputation free From Slaverj's hateful stain, Would that my pen in gilded words Could write that yoa art free. To herald forth to all the world The SvetU of Liberty. Bat lo ! the curse not yet removed Still wraps with gloom your sky ; And Slaven's ehanpiona still convene t To plot for Tyranny. . , Where Justice ought to reign supreme And virtuous laws maintain, - The gaurdians of your country's weal Conypirs to bind your chain. Oh that the ran would haste his eonrse. And bring the honored day. When Kansas as a Free-born State Shall ring with glad" Huzta." Shall vocal make the air with songs, The songs of victory. Whilst Slaver...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 22 May 1858

1 SelSbf Jt-eeSoh. CEO. IF BKOWIT, Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MOBXTCG, MAY 22, 1853. TEXM8 6a.ee PER AXSUM, ADVAXCE Her akall tka Pre the PeIea right aulatala Fuv'tki rty. brlkS Sj nla, P!e4e mi U Trwtk, to Liberty mm4 Law, V rTr ewaye m,u4m Fear akall awe. ' Stanlirj Development. Pot a long time it has been apparent that a certain class of politicians were sus taining their policy in Kansas by funds sent them from the east, and which they were using with a liberal hand for elec tioneering purposes. .We hare remon strated time and time again against this ; and yet the same policy has been pursued. We hare seen a few men, who have been known as "Letter-Writers," travelling over this Territory, visiting every part, and promulgating their particular views to the great prejudice of the cause. These men have been claiming all the time that they were, par excellence, the embodiment of the Free State party, and that all per sons who differed from them were Pro slavery men in disgui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 22 May 1858

jjje ifelS of TeeSoh). LAWRENCE, K. T. gitarday HorlflS, May 22. 1858. Tjbertv of the Frai. t,t the liberty of the press we understand -It the liberty of distuning the propriety of measures and political opinion, let as F:. .. mnh of it as ion please: but if it ;j5ry 0 a frotiV calumniating and defam- m ons another, I. for mr part, own myself i mtn -.rt with my share of it whenever ill- our legislators shall please to alter the law ; and ibQ ebeenuuy couku w uw i 0f abusiBf others for the privilege of not liberty being jbosed mjseu. Tis Smoky Hill Granville. In another place we publish a commu nication from Dr. GkaN, of lndorer, EL, who gives an account of a tour, in company with Mr. Esos, of this city, to the Smoky BilL Their mission was to locate a colony, which is being organized in the States, an advance party being with. them. The Doctor was here last year, and explored various portions of the Territory; bat, apprehensire that if a point was indi cated where he would, make a se...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 22 May 1858

Jlje $efd of IeeSoh). LAWRENCE. K. T. Satardaj Moraliigr, Slay 22, 1858. Bad Advice - ; observe that many Republican pa pcT3 in the States are advising the people of Kansas to organize under the Leaven worth Constitution ; to drive out the Territorial authorities, and go on with a State government outside of the Union. Such adgce Is not needed, and those who give it, show their ignorance of Kansas politic. "We firmly believe that if it was apprehended that the Leavenworth gov ernment was to be put in motion, in this Territory, that the Lecompton Constitu tion would be received by a handsome majority of the people. Thousands of Free State men who are. generally from the South, or west, are solemnly resolved that Kansas shall be a free white State, and nothing else. We have heard them re peatedly declare that if negroeswere to be come inhabitants of the State in any capaci ty, they must occupy the position of slaves. "We deprecate this feeling. It is a preju dice against color which o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 May 1858

V Xerms:-Tiro Dollars Per Annum In AdTance. ."TSUTII CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL EBE .AG ADf." - lA Family Wewspaper Independent on All Subjec BY G. W. BKOWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, MAY 29, 1858. NUMPER 42 VOLUME 3. OF - - SPEECH OP BOS. JACOB COLL AMUR, cf Vt., oj ths szroar or thk kassas cosrzaxxci COIUTTEE. faltered i the V. & &ati, April Z7, 1S58. the Senate having tinder consideration lie report of the Committee of Confer ence oa the disagreeing rotes of the two Houses on the bill for the admission of the State of Kansas into the Union Mr.COLLAMER eaid: Mr. Pbksidest : I do not propose, at this time, to occupy the Senate at any great length; bat 1 shall endeavor, as eaccinctlr and distinctly as t can, to stat, in the first place, why I, together with those who act with me, opposed the Sen ate bill, without going into the argument on its merits ; and, in the second place, why we voted for the amendment of the House of Representatives; and, in the third place, why we canno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 May 1858

1 ? It SI! 16 ft ii I Hie 5fehiJ3 of f i-ceSchf. CEO. XV. BKOTVX, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 185S. TEltS.2.00 PEB AITSCM. 131 AJVASCE UmwM fcy party, sad abrlkd by rula, Pleea bat to Trail., t Llfcerty ..J Law, .Sa way-a.aat..o Fear -kail awe. Our Candidate for 7 PBESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, ' ' ' For 1860,- GEN. JAMES HENRY LANE, 0" Oucrtgob.e5 Sabject to the decision of the Eebublican ' National Convention. Cor Candidate. "We place at the head of our columns this week, as our candidate for the Presi dency in 1860, the name of Gen. .TVp- Henbt Laxe, subject to the decision of a I.epubhcan National Convention. We have been looking over the country for some time, to find some person in whom was centered all the necessary qualifica- tionsof a chief magistrate of the United States one who was eminently fitted for the responsible situation indicated. At times our mind has rested on Gov. Chase of Ohio ; then on Senator Sewabd of . Y ; then on J. C. Fbemont ; b...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 May 1858

LAWRENCE, K. T. gatwdaj BIoralBfi May 29, 1858. Liberty of the Press. If by the liberty of the preas we understand merely the liberty of discussing the propriety of public measure and political opinions, let us jure as much of it as you please; but iii means tie liberty of affronting, calumniating and defam ir.i one another, I for ' part, own myself will ing to part with my share of it whenever onr legislators shall please to alter the law ; and ball eheerfully consent to exchange my liberty 0f abasing others for the pririlege of not being ..based mief-FrankIi. The Txonbles South. The news from the southern part of the Territory is of the most statling character. We clip, and publish elsewhere, from the Osawatomie Herald, a detailed account of one of those atrocious transactions which has made the early history of Kansas memorable the world over. The colonies, daring the first settlements, cannot recite more tales of horror, perpetrated by the dark savages of the forest, than can th...

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