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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 May 1858

Xije ifefyld of f feeSoh). LAWRENCE, K. T. Satcrday Mornfn, 3Iay 29, 1858. Vindication of Geo. Fomeroy. Pomeroy went from alas sachusettf, and was an cfScer is the Free State array, but is said to be a peace man whenever la nighl of the enemy. Providence Post. . Gen. PoiiEKOT was cot an oCIcer in the Free State anar. He is a man of peace, and a gentleman above reproach. Thein cendo against his courage is as contempti ble as it is mean and pusillanimous. It is an easy thing to call man a coward, but because a journalist makes such an as sertion relative to a private individual, it does cot prove him "neb. Gen. Pohe Eor is by no means a fgiding man. Oa the contrary, he believes that all dificul ties, the wide world over, should be set tled without the intervention of the sword; and yet, in self-defence, or in defense of human right3 anywhere, when peaceful means were exhausted, he would throw away the scabbard, and fight for the right ai would become a christian. . .General Lans. -;We...

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 June 1858

s Ierm"" Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISK. AGAIN. A Family Newspaper Independent on All Subjects, BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JUNE 5, 1858. NIBIBER 43 VOLUME 3. 8 SPEECH OF HCS. S. A. DOT7SL4S, nrrOSlTlOS TO THE BETORT OF THE COXFIR porrw jscE COMMITTEE. 2tfitrtd iVUT.& SenaU, JprH 29, 1858. Jlr. Douglas Mr. President, I have carefallv examined the bill reported by the Committee of Conference as a substi tute for the House amendment to the Senate bill for the admission of Kansa, vith an anxious desire to find in it such provisions as would enable me to give it nv support. I had hoped that after the disagreement of the two Houses upon this ncestion, some plan, some form of bill, could have been agreed upon which would harmonise and quiet the country, and re-unite those who agree in principle and in political action on thi3 great question, so as to take it out of Congress. I am cot able, in the bill which is now under consideratio...

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 June 1858

I It "If Jtje Jfeld of ffrc3eh) GEO. TV. BROlFTf, Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. - SATURDAY KOHXKO, JU5E 5, 1353. TEniI.-2.eo PER ADYAWI Pledrebett Truth, t Ucrtrul Law, fever away a. a Fear aU . Our Candidate for PEESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES -r---- For 18C0, GEN. JAMES HENRY LANE , . Of Ouws.yb.e Way the English Proposition Should Voted Down. This proposition shoal J ba rejected be cans the people cannot arcept it withou a humiliating compromise of eTery prin ciple they have advocated, and an entire abandonment of the lofry position they nave occupied during the entire trurie in Kansas. An acceptance of this propo sition involves an acknowledgment that the Lecompton Constitution was the Con stitution of the people of Kansas: that ;what they did, was the act and deed of the people ; that the vote against the Constitution on the 4th of January, was mora innKa 4l. . lU4l luo remonstrance as sent up to Congress against the admission vi Kansas unicr that instrument, was without shadow of r...

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 June 1858

Jlje efyW of TeeSoh). LAWRENCE, K. T. Saturday Morning June 5, 1858. Liberty of ths Press. If br the liberty of the press wo understand merely the liberty of tUscussing the propriety of oablie measures and political opinions, let ns we as moeh of it as you please ; but if U means liberty of ajronling, calumniating and defam ing o another, I, for my part, own myself will- c to part with my share of it whenever our UgWtors shall please to alter the law; and ihaH cheerfally consent to exchanf e my liberty cf abasing others for the privilege of not being .based m-lf.-W. Horrible Mr. Jenkins M ordered. On Thursday afternoon last, another of (hose horrible incidents occurred in which aisas has become so prolific For a long time, a hitter personal quarrel has been ron between CoL Gaits Jetkixs, one gom, of the treason prisoners in the summer of 1856, and Gen. J as. H. Lake, growing out of a contested land claim. It seems that Mr. Jenkins was in the habit of get ticg water from a well on th...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 June 1858

: J Mi i y 'i In? d 4i i' A. - 3f t i A Sam la th Sand. Alone 1 aiked the ocean strand, ApearUfebell waiinmy hand; 1 I stooped and wrote cpon the ucd Mname tbe year thedai; As onward frcm ths spot 1 passed, One lingeries look behind I east, A wave tame roiling high and fait, AcJ wa&iied laj lines away. And so, raethought. 'twill shortly be ' ft ith every mark on earth from me ; A wave iii dark tduivion's e Will sweep tcrw the p'aee -Where 1 have trod the audy there Of time, and been to be no sore ; Ofrae m name ihe swine I bcre, lo leave no track, uo trace, - And yet with Ilim who omits the sand? And i.tfl.h th water on bis l.aedj, : 1 kir'r the lstit.g record stand?. incried against iny naina, - Of ail this la-.rul part hxs wrought. Of ail this fhi-uku-gi-.-ul has tWuusht Acd from this.' fliic? doesu caught, For glory, or fur suaaie. . AX ACT In Eelation to Marriage. Be it enacted ly the Governor and Legisla tive Assembly of i7is Territory of Kan sas, '. Section 1. That marriag...

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. — 12 June 1858

Terms: Tito Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIX." A Family .IVewspaper Independent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JUNE 12, 1858. NUMBER 44-VOLUME 3.V- SPEECH OF HON. WILLI ill H.SEWA2D, pjicertd in the U.S. S&att, April 3VA, 185 Mr. President : ThU debate has man ifestly lost some of its interest, although itrapidly approaches a yet undetermined conclusion. The length of time it has oc cupied may account in a degree for the decline of excitement. Repetition of the same toptc3, and even of the same argu ments, not indeed too frequent for duly enlightening the mind3 of the people of the United States, yet too frequently for patient endurance here, is a further cause. I think, however, that something: isdue ilio to tbe change of form which the sub-1 ect has at last assumed. We began with i'rh-goundiDg themes, nothing less than popular sovereignty, and we arose speed ily and justly into the region of the rights cf human...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 June 1858

Xffc 5e(5 of f fteSoh). GEO. T. HHOWX, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1858. TERW.S-SS.00 PES iXXrV.I1 ADVANCE Herertall tfc Prenatfce Pe pie' rick U MttJatai Cmsw'S fcy ytrtr, aa abrfbcS hj '. Pledge bat ta Trtk. ta Uhrtj mm Law, FaTar.way. aa. aa aa Tmmr ahaU awe. VThj tha rnglUh Proportion Should b Voted Sown. In the article in the last Herald of Free dom on this subject, we considered the effect that a vote of acceptance of this pro position would have upon the honor, integrity, and reputation of the people of Kansas, and estimated the chances of the Le co rap ton Government being perpetu ated, in that event. These were referred to as among the evils, both logical and inevitable, which would result from such action on the part of the people of Kansas. In regard to the right of the people, at any time, to change their Constitution, it will be observed that this principle was em phatically declared in the original bill for the adminsion of Kansas under the Le-...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 June 1858

LAWRENCE. K. T. Satarlay MansiBj, Jane 12, 1858. " Liberty of tbs Frt. uhr the liberty of the press wo understand It the liberty of discussing the propriety of vf" m4ure and political opinions, let ut f It, much of it you please; but iUmn tTe . .aifrontUKl. ealvmniailng and deam- another. I. fur my part, own myself will- .rt with my share of it whenever onr part wuu u i-islalori shall pie.se " . ,1 .v rfnlli consent to exchange my liberty others for the privilege of not being ' ' Cropped. Ciraiistance over w"ck Me no wntUc0LPel 118 40 dr0p the name of rCaadidU for the Presidency thU week, we should h. done last week, but for :he fact that our newspaper was made up, jnd ready for the p ress at the time of the cCfortunate occurrence alluded to. It is but justice to OCT readers to state, that it to keen understood for months that Gen. Lase was an aspirant for the PrM?dencr. and we are informed that It has been laboring with considerable energy to get his name brought forward u candidat...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 June 1858

COSTISCED FEOM FIBST PAGE- have hal what the whole worM received as an excuse. It was the action indeed of the Ue Sute?, but it wa not on their own motion. Tbe suggestion came to them from Senntore from the free State, and it was cot in human nature that they shnM resrs it. . S , in 1S56, when Kansas cam ft here as a free State under the Topeka Constitu tion, and yon rejected her, you btiil had the'show of an excuse, for those same rep resentati vW of the free States assured yon that the people of the free State3 would acquiesce. But you are now, after having failed in these efforts to establish Slavery in KaMas, persistirgin and renewing them without that excuse. Two of those Sen ator?, orie of them the leader in the repeal of the Missouri Compromise, the other hardly less effective in that transaction, bow remonstrate with yoa against further prosecution of your attempt, as impossible. SiM another, from Michigan, remonstrate? I mean the late distinguished Senator frr m Michigan, r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 19 June 1858

Ternis:--Tivo Dollars Per Annnm-Ia Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED T EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN." A Family Newspaper--Independent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & GO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JUNE 19, 1858. NUMBER 45 VOLUME 3. SPEECH OF HON. F. P. STANTON. Ddirertd at Leaeenvorth, June 8M, 1858. FEixow-CrnzRss : At the election ap pointed to be held in this Territory on the 2d day of August next, you will be called upon to determine whether you will accept or reject the Lecompton constitution, whether you will enter the Union as a State under that organization, or whether jou will remain out of it, until it shall please Congress to admit you with a con stitution of your own adoption, and upon terms which yon shall deem to be consis - tent with your rights and your honor. That I hare truly stated the question, gentlemen, as it will be presented to the people at the coming election, does not seem to me to admit of any doubt. But, because I am aware that an effort has been made, and will continue to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 19 June 1858

tbe Lecompton constitution, which will not be granted npon the formation of another, that shall be acceptable to the judgment and conscience of the people. No man of ordinary sagacity and experi-' ence in public affaire, will for a moment doubt that these considerations will in fluence future party contest in the coun try, and that the cause of truth and right, justice and equality, will inevitably tri umph. I feel the strongest assurance, amounting almost to positive certainty, that in this respect Kansas will gain, in stead of losing, by holding fast to her in tegrity, and suffering even present incon venience, and loss, if that were necessary, in defence of her rights and her honor. There is no reason why Congress should not, in addition to the ordinary land grants, much a was given to Minnesota, Illinois, or other States containing public lands. I doubt not a future Congress, upon the admission of the State, will perform this act of justice, in recognition of the stern and indom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 19 June 1858

ji,e pW of JeeSoh). LAWRENCE. K. T. Satarday Jlornlns. Jane 19. 1858. jjberrr of the Press. If by the liberty of the press we understand Iy t,e liberty of discussing the propriety of blie measures ind political pinion!, let ns we u mneb of it as yoa please ; but if U meant Oa Id! of af routing, calumniating and defam--o another, I, 'for my part, own myself will Ito Prt with Bit share of it whenever our l ;?Itors shall please to alter the Ia; and 2 cheerfully eonsent to exchange my liberty jbojinj others for the privilege of not being .based MM.-- Badness Frogrece in Lawrence. There is a pleasure in looking oat apon the country and observing the progress uiada daring the period since the settle ment of this Territory, less than four years jgo. Oar first visit to this city was in November of 1854. Then a few hovels, thatched with prairie grass, three or four miniature log cabins, and one or two non descripts, made of boards split from oak, were the only indications of improve ment vis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 19 June 1858

Trip Iightlf Over Trouble. Trip Ughtly ore? trouble. Trip lightly over wtoez: We only make grief double By dwelling oa it long. Whf clasp vot'i band ao tightly ? Why sigh o'er bloesoma dead? Why elicg to forms unsightly t Why nut seek ioy instead I Trip lightly oyer sorrow. Thong this day may be dark. The sun may shine to-morrow. And gaily sing the lark ; Fair hope has not departed. 1 "Though roes may hare fled ; Then never be down-hearted. Bat look for joy instead. Trip lightly orer sadness, ' Stand not to rail at doom ; We've pearls to string of gladness. On Uuj side of the tomb ; Whilst stars are nightly shining. And heaven is overhead. Encourage not repining. Bat look for joy instead. Correspondence of the JZolon Traveller. mwrxiom aaniaa. The subjoined letter is from the very Lest source of information in Kansas. It contains some additional information which verifies the facta, but which it would not be judicious to publish Lawbexcx, K. T., May 12. Your favor of the 4th insi ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 June 1858

- Xcrnis: Tiro Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EA2TH SHALL RISE AGAIN. A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, EANVS," JUjSTE 26 185& : : ? IW1VIBER 46 VOLUME 3. IK- Jfie ifeI9 of BteSofy. LAWRENCE, K. T. Satardiy Morning, Jane 26, 1858. Kw Party. A strong movement is being made thronghout the Eastern States towards a tew political organization, which shall supercede all others, the object of which is to defeat the corrupt party D0W n power. A Contention was recently held tt Buffalo, N. T., which took the initiatory -steps for the organisation of such, a party, tt which the following resolutions, which vre heartily endorse, were passed by accla mation : ' : - 1.- Resolved, That political organizations are entitled to support only as instrumen talities for securing just government and promoting the public welfare i and when, from whatever cause, they prove inefficient for these purposes, a blind and passive ad herence to t...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 June 1858

Xtje ftetyld of f reedoh). GEO. W. BBOWX, Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MORXKG, JUXE 26, 1853. TEBHS tt.99 PER AXXCSf . XX ADTASCE Her than tae Pre the People's rfchu nalatata UuVU bj verty, u aakrlkcS j PU4se Vvt to Trata. t LlWrty u Lv, . If Farer sway am aa4 Fear saaU . Subscribe for the Herald of Freedom. Those in want of a first-class newspa per from Kansas, independant in politics, and strictly truthful, and just as prompt to censure one party guilty of a wrong as the other, should subscribe for the Herald of Freedom. Three more numbers will close the volume, when we shall enter upon the fourth, at which time we would be glad to commence with the addition of two thousand new names to our list The long experience of the editor as a journalist, and his intimate acquaintance with every phase of Kansas history and politics, enables him to publish a news paper which cannot hare a successful rival. The Herald of Freedom is the oldest Free State newspaper in Kansas, and the firs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 June 1858

I LAWRENCE. K. T. Satariay MorniBf. Jane 25, 1858. Liberty Of the Fr. - - 1 n- A.nLrtTcfdUcassiDgtheproprietjof U8 Wie measures and political opinions, let us ize mnch of H asyou please: but ifit means hittl 7 w ofafrontUv, calumnioiiny and dsfam- "SCr. I. form, part, own myself will- t7 to par witlx m' Bbare 0 nener our !SiItors shall please to alter the law ; and . ..rfntlv consent to exchange my liberty ThLins other, for the privilege of not being Murder Trial. The trial of Gen. Lasz,(ot the murder j 0f Col J enam. sun t6 to press. The prosecution closed their c . i r j V I eTidence in uf ft mirouu- o - we go to press, the prosecution are intro- .1 i lit ..i: I dncingtneir reusing ""J. ion seems divided on the ments of the case, many believing that the evidence is of that character as to make it justifiable homicide, while others observe evidence 0f a coia-Dioaea, mumer, md tnlDK MB josuces, ueiuro wuom me examination is pending, wiu De compeuea to commit him for triaL . We expec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 June 1858

If f I r-.' fr M v 1 r . 'v ; Tronx the Emporia Ksstst ' . Hrw from the Upper Heoiho. Dow Cbeex. A few days" since, took a trip up Dow Creek, which, moiling from the north, empties into the Neosho nearly opposite to Emporia. The day was fine, and we had full opportunitj for viewing the country and the improve ments that have been made 6ince we pass ed over the game ground one year ago. Then there were but few houses and but little improvement. Now, comfortable dwellings, and large and highly cultivated fielJi greet the sight on every hand, at testing the energy and industry of the settlers. The timber on Dow Crek is generally good and abundant for several miles above the mouth. The bottoms along the creek are wide, and the uplands slightly rolling without being steep. The soil is quite a3 good as any in the country. Near the mouth of Dow Creek Hve3 Mr. S. G. Elliott, one of the oldest citizens of that portion of the county, who has nearly one-half of hi claim under fence and cul tiv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 July 1858

' .1 . - . - . . ... ft -.. -" . i ; .-' ' hum re jfrnls:Tivo Dollars Per AnnQm--In Advance. "TEUTfl CfiOSHED TO EARTH SHALL. BEE AGAIN. I A Family rVcvrspapcr Independent on All Subjects, BY G. TV. BROW & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JULY, 3, 1858. . NUMBER 47 VOLUME 3. , OD. - - . .. . . . . . -. .... ice. i bm Ed! KS ier-Sj IT ted Vr iejt" t -l)r A aat tet: ikit ;nt, be cim the and et tod ttu-nia 111 nest lTt ithc re I reo idc dif-nerval -fist-o U itorj re- b enei cos 5BS, in- J53. ani icnl Ciar, ) EBT nt! US. f 'an etti itf mat. Ult 5. t arts oat ers 1 IB B. I It of til for tie Herald of lYudom, Eequicm. 1 m-rrriiY inscribed to the raorissiojc- lfl-r" .. .tri-rnt TB.ITIR3 OF KANSAS. rtje a dirze for fame forever flown, p-jat e a willow on Smoky Hill, lone, gesed from Mt-Oread deep hollow tolls, --see to the slumbers of ye letter writers " ICttli. Ttrer. nerer more need fancy be racked, ;iH tie fcrsins in eonfuion the head nearly cracked, ggt fi-oo your labors, while ObUrion'a surra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 July 1858

GEO. W. BnOWX, Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MOSXING, JULY; 2. 1853. teems.. per AJixrainr advance Here HII the Preaa the Pep!ea rlglUaudBtalu PtedzeJkaf t Tral&, t Uuerty sad Lav, V X Ftrtr iwijt J Fear ahail mw. Lan Acquitted. Daring the whole period. of oar con nection with the press, we never knew men. a gross case of usurpation of the prerogatives of a Justice of the Peace, as that of J nstice Ladd, rendered on Wednes day last, in acquitting Gen. Lane, and turn ing him loose upon community, instead of committing him, or .holding him to hail for "a trial before a jury of his coun try.; CoL Jeskixs was killed. Ko man doubts that fact. There were circum stances surrounding the case, which should have sent the matter to a petit jury, and there it will go at last. The province of a Justice cf (he Peace is not to try a criminal case, bat to see if there is sufficient cause to put him on trial before his peers. It has been " represented for weeks that Lane would be acquitted,...

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

- LAWRENCE. K..T. , t ' J Saturday 3Iornin, Jnly 3. 1858. Liberty of the Press. If by the liberty of the press we understand Bere!y the liberty of disensaing the propriety of public measured and political opinions, let us bare M much of it as yon please ; bat if it mean tie liberty of afrontiag, calumniating and defam ing om auotlur, I, for my part, own myself will ing to part with my share of it whenever oar legislators shall please to alter the law; and b!l cheerfully consent to exchange my liberty 0f abasing others for the privilege of not being ,based myself Franklin. AU. Knst Vote. From all parts of. the Territory there comes but one voice in regard to the Le compton Swindle. Everybody will vote on the first Monday in August, and ninety cine one-hundredths of the people, judg ing from our own observations and the rejiorta made by others from distant' por-' tions of the Territory, will be given against jt. Our only fear is, that some may not appreciate the value of a full vote, ...

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