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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 11 September 1858

A What a World it Might Be. BY CffARLiS SWAIN. OKI what a world iteaiglit be. Ifhoarts were always kind ; If, Friendship, none wonld flight thee. And fortune prove less Wind! With Love'sown voice to guide us Unchangingly and fond With all we wish beside ua. And not a care beyond. Oh ! what a world it might be. More blest than tliat of yore ; Coino learn, and 'twill require ye. lo love each other more. Oh ! what a world of beantr A loving heart might plan If man but did hia duty. And helped his brother man. Then angel guesui would brighten - The threshold with their wings. And Love diviue enlighten The old, furgu'ten springs. Oh ! what a world of beauty, A loving heart might plan. If man but didhis duty. And helped hia fellow man. Further Particulars abont the Gold Region The Route Table of Dunaaoes, etc. Mr. C. C. Carpenter, of Lawrence, was in oar city yesterday afternoon. Mr. Carpenter was one of the Lawrence company that left that city for Fike's Peak about the first of June last...

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. — 18 September 1858

1 i ERALB FREE 1 . Ternis:--Two Dollars Per Annum--In Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL EISE AGAIN." A Family Newspaper Independent on All Subjects. "BYG. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SEPT. 18, 1858. NUMBER 8 VOLUME 4. .a n From the X Y. Daily .Vew. The Atlantic Telegraph. BY ANNA L. PMLLINO. 'Tas oninn of hearts and the anion of hands," been shouted our country aroun'l: v,,, n" 'be more glorious union of land H ill extend to the earth's furthest bound. We're esnqnered the mountain we've con quered Ike plain. With our terrible engine of fire; Jst nuw the unbounded and fathomless main llm jieldtd to man's wild desire. The oaks of our forests have sprinkled the sea, Ar. l our canvas has fanned its broad breast. Jjj! ci muiuiiion more ewiftl and surely will be ibri ugb tnecanie wnicti moves when at rest. Abort it the Storm Kins; mar foam in his wrath. Ann mo owowj may turrow trie deep, Tet not disturb the unwavering path Of the line in its bosom asleep. JIM ilory to him. w...

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. — 18 September 1858

CEO. W. BROWN Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. 8ATUEDAY MORNING, SEP. 18, 1858. TMVS-et.ee PES MICH, IK ADVANCE Ben ekall the Prw the Peea-le ricate Itart y aertr, ul rlkc4 y rata. Plaice att Trath, ta Uhrtr ul Law. If Fat, eware ae. aaa ae Fear shall ewe. . The Herald of Freedom. Unlike any other newspaper ia Kan " bm, the Herald of Freedom was established as the pioneer Free State paper, at a time when it was deemed a hazardous enter prise it was established, not to promote the interests of any one locality, but as a paper for the whole Territory. From the first, oar readers will remember, we have labored to advance the interests of every locality. We have wished to be as just to the people in the extreme West or South, as to those of Lawrence. All the towns in Kansas have been established since our location in the Territory. We are not conscious of any particular par tiality for one over the other. As far as we have received information or arti cles about Osowatamie, Manhattan, Fort Sco...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 18 September 1858

LAWRENCE. K. T. Saturday Morninff, Sep. 1&, 1858. Liberty of Ik. Press. If by th liberty of the press wo understand l7 tD, liberty of discussing the propriety of "ablic measures and political opinion., let us ? ' u mnch of it as you please ; but mean t, lOtrty of af ranting, calumniating and iefam m on another, I. for my part, own myself wili ng to part Fi m "bare of it whenever our Jarislators hall plcaje to alter the law ; and sail cheerfully consent to exchange my liberty 0f abasinff others for the privilege of not bing iouti auelf. f ranldln. Toe Late. The proceedings of a "Basket ConTen- tion," held at Twin Mound on the 5th inst., which should have been received time for our last week's issue, only came to hand on Thursday morning, just as we were closing up our forms for this week ; hence we are compelled to defer its publication until our next issue. The proceedings, as reported, are quite in teresting, and when published will be read with interest Sickness and EecoTerr. ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 18 September 1858

To a Wearisd Worker. " Rest f" Thou mutt not nek for rest Until thy task be done; ' Thoa Baft not lay thy burthen down 'Till setting of the sua. Thoa must not weary of the life. Nor worn thy lowly lot, 'or cease to work, because each work Thy neighbor prizeth not. Thna mast not let thy heart grow sold, Nor hush each generous tone; Nor rail Ihebright lore in thine ere; Thoa moat not live alone. When othen atrive, thoa too mast help, : And answer when thoy call; The power to love, God gave to thee, Thoa moat employ for all "Freedom and Rest" thoa would'lt have; Freedom i service meet; And reatof soul is buta name For toil amid life's heat. Unmoved to gaze upon the strife. Is it not true liberty? To other thou must minister, . -Would'st thou be truly free. In the outward world 'ti.t vain to seek , The Eden thoa would'st wiu; .TfrU ancient paradise lsgone ' TtliM! Edon is within. i Direct and Important from the Gold Region. We have just had a long interview with Messrs. Wra. Anderson, J...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 25 September 1858

! 1'". M It Xerm"Two Dollar Per Annnm-In Adrance. "TSUTfl CEUSHED TO EARTH SHALL EISE AGAIN." ' A Family Newspaper Independent on All Subjects BY G. W. BROWN & CO. NUMBER 9-VOLUME 4.; LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SEPT, 25, 1858. n Doubt Not. r J. X. KNOWLTOIf. When the day of life is dreary,- ' . ' And when gloom thy coan enshrouds. Whan thy step are faint and weary, - i And tby spirit dark with clouda-r , flteadfast still in thy well doing, ' Let thy soul forget tbe put . Steadfast itill the right purroing, loaU ot, joy will fame at taut. Striving still, and onward pressing, ' Seek nn future year to know, Hut deserve the wihtd-fur blowing. It shall come, thongh it be alow; , Vfer tirim upward gazioi . bet thy lean aside be esst , . . And thy trials tempting hmvlnr lioubt not, joy shall eosae at Last, Ktrp not thjr :onl regreUio, - Seek the g'od num evil a Uirall, Though thy foes thy path besetting. Thuu shall triumph o'er ahem ail : Though each year but brinxi thee sadness, Ana thy yonth ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 25 September 1858

Ifce'TEFeHI 3 oft keJoh)". GEO. W. BBOVSi Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING, SEP. IS, 1858. TIRXi.-II.il PB AXHCM. IX ADVAXCE Here all the Preae the Pel tn right -'-t-l-tnrt y art J, ul aahrlbea' kr !. Ilc4cc4 eat to Trath, to IJkrrtx aa Law, Ne i'f wvi mm, aa mm Fear ahaU awe. Hepeblicans vs Fraa 8 lata. A we stated several weeks ago, the policy of the Republican faction of the Free State party in Kansas, has been to get control of the various Free State Conventions, by electing their delegates through the aid of their Republican Clubs, to the nominating conventions, and then to put in nomination their own party friends for the various officers to be elected at the October election. Professing all the time that they had deferred their movement to organize the Republican . party in Kansas until after the October lectionTyet everywhere they have been active in arranging their machinery with the view of controling the Free State party. We showed the consequences sev eral week...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 25 September 1858

be in h- 1st ,h eel ry u titv at ing ice, lira He JfeiW of Preedoty. IJVWBENCE, K. T. 1 Satnrday Morning. Sep. 25, 1858. Liberty of th Ptms. K b, th libertjr of the press we understand Bcrcb the liberty of discussing the propriety of pob'.ic measure and political opinions, let as litre u much of it as you please; but iU numu lie ii'jy aafrmling, calumniating and deam w m amtker, I, for my part, own myself will icjto part with my share of it whenever oer piston shall plcue to alter the law; and ,bll cheerfully consent to exchange my liberty ,1 .busing others for the privilege of sot being .based mivM.-FrankHn. ' Wen' I Band ea that Platform. The platform adopted at the Free Statu that Republican Convention, held on the 2 nh inst., is a continuous drive at the Democratic party, and notf.ing else. We ihouM suppose the author of that plat form had but one idea, and that a hatred of Democracy. The platform of tho Free State party was positive in its character; but that of the Republican ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 25 September 1858

l'' -it i i it! s, ' ' 1 -r ., ' i ? h it, .' . s i !.-! !i m a! ? : . - i ! 1 ii i.'.l-.? :I1 If : ii '' . Horn. , ' i . ' PV wandered thro' that Indian land, Whtn Nature wears her richest hue: I've stood upon the Grecian strand. And galea upon its waters bine; I'etrayed beneath a mrtU grave . On Am.?' j banks when tho sun was get. And hsard the Italian's sung of lova ijnme sweetly frum his gondolot. But still, whuro'er iny foouteps roam, ' The dearest, sweetest spot ishoine. The aul-plant of tropie skies. That proudly stand in gorgeous bloom, Tho' decked in bounty's gorgeous dies. And yet diverted of perfume; One wild flower of my native vale, TheJ-ssmin around my cottage twined, Tha Sines its fragrance on the pile, I dearersweoter to my mind. For wberesoe'r my foot steps roam. The dearest, sweeteit spot is home. Thebirds in gayest plumes arrayed, Nomusic warbles from their throats, ' But break the silnsicoof each glade By tuneless, harsh discordant notes; As up thevaults of heave...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 2 October 1858

i'r f , . ; r . ssassswawsaw ssawssaawawssawi ; - ' " -..... Terms:--Tno Dollars Per Annum In Advance. 'TEUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN." A Family Newspaper--Independent on All Subjects. BY G.-W. BROWN & CO. AAVRENCE, KANSAS, OCTOERB-2H858. , ; NUJMBER 10. VOLU1ME 4. Te Can Conqner IT Ye Will. BT A. W. 8A.WTKK. JJdizM toiler sn if labor, nuiutly battling every day fnr t xi.-wuno U, my brother, Thoo hnl! trinrnph in the fray. Oa life's chanceful fiuld of action, Thottzh A' font may oft appear. Tine. .Ualt win the victur 'a laurels. If them wilt but persuvero. T'l.-raeh thnu art ob-wuro and lowly, Ve mix reach the wiuel-for (rial, GraT the pruei", wealth and statioa. If ibon hut a daunt leu aoul ; : . Jftbou hast a resolution That mi'fortnne cannot shaker; ' ' lliie ou which lue angry surges An impression fail to make. Art thou sneered at and derided lly the telf-stylod lolly born 1 Ilred ye not the fool's contumely. Or the weak mind's nannies acorn. Art thou friendless '....

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

r ;"!jrsr.i " Hi 1 vm i!i ii- J IT' 1 5 VAW r. i f " i H I Mi GEO. W. BUOVK, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATURDAY MOEXDiG, OCT. !, 1858. made. If we wish to prevent the wild and inconsiderate legislation of last win ter, tbe public will rally around tbe ticket to a man. It in the Topeka faction, ia tiiat eecs'toa, all the world are conscious, bo were responsible for tbe crazy legis lation of tbat session, and it was tbe op ponenta of that measure who labored to restrain it and keep it within the limit of its legitimate duty. TEKHS. .eO PER AXXCM.IV ABVAJM-K Hera aU t FfM tk Paalrti rlahu mml atala t'uw'a r rt. a kr1k J kj rl. lc44 aatta Trath. la Uaartjr aa4 Law, Ma raT.r aa. aa Fear kail awa. . INDEPENDENT Free State Ticket! Lai 0a Kaap Uaitad ! For Representatives lOtJt District. ROBERT MORROW, C. n. BRANSCOMBE, LEVI WOODWARD, F. F. BRUNER, P. II. BERKAU, SAMUEL SHORE, J. B. HOVEY, JOHN LOCKHART. The Candidal. Many of oar readers, necessarily, are ignorant of the candidates who are ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 2 October 1858

d I 4 I '7 t- I in 10 re le of 8 i re eo ill te it. f be I f r. al i re I !f. I er es M. a et he til in, 1., ;ra tie an ild nd 1 ej- I ion rm I ;he U nr be :ho on, r- ;of l )U1 ite I Lhe of J ley I i to j IK- ind icb fg l the lot, r ; nb- I so- iast aa- ild ; ind rer j i ilm m we f roll or- lid I the ii, i ate i iks lair TbeSehilJ'of-rweJohj.l -- LAWRENCE. K, Ijxtlij Moraia?, Oct. 2. 1858. Liberty of th Free, if by the liberty of the proa we understand 1(rel, the liberty of discussing the propriety of blie measure ana political opinions, tec us i r . i . . ' u mach of it a yon ploaae; but if It man l. Mr fffmtin' oatnmniatlng and atfamv. L another, I, for my part, own atyielf will . , part with ny (haro of it whenever oar .f.baiinf other rortnopnvuogo or not being L.dmrself.-. EeMimijMd to Dissolve. Judge Cos wat wrote, several weeks .-a that he thought it not best to organ- it the Republican party until after the I October election, but encouraged the or-1 -c rv..)7.-,. m..t. t . ....

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 2 October 1858

i " I. . r 1 Hi Its; , " ill i5i:i It1; '- J 1 ; '!;! V, ; ; i ' ( t .1 u :i ? If ! ; i ,i it . i - i if ! i: If ?;i n if l.i; ii i 1 H it LAWRENCE, K. T. Saturday Morning, Oct. 2, 1858." Give ns a Strong PuU. Notwithstanding the recent large acces sion to our subscription list from gaariy lea-ling towns south of the Kansas river, we nre ret able to a.'comroodate siDgle Fuhscribers with the paper for $2 a volume, or ten copies, with one to the getter up of the club, for $J5, or three copies for $3. The people everywhere begin to under stand our true position, and the falshoods told to our injury are beginning to react and operate in our favor. We have facili ties for printing an editiou of 10,(XiO, and we believe it would be to tho interest of the ; people of Kansas to give that circulation to the Hrrald of Freedom. As our list increases in Douglas county, we can afford to give mere locil news, and will do so, and will furnish such information as will be of vast service to our subsc...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 9 October 1858

A.jIA..j.J OF ferm:--Tiro Dollar Per Annum In Adrance. M TRUTH CBUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAH." ,A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Subjects. "BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, OCTOBER 9, 1858. NUMBER ll.-VOLUME 4. I n O Pledge Me net with Wlae. ST JOSH B. BCVT. Oh. pledg me not with wine, dear lore! I shrink from iu rudy (low ; And while and cold a deathly fear l)rp into mjr heart like mow. Ob, pledge me not with wine, dear lore! Through its mint of roey foam I count the beau of a broken heart I tee a desolate home. Ob. pledge me not with wine, dear lore! I shiver with ioy dread; Each drop to me is a tear of blood That sorrowful ores hare shed. I hare a picture laid away I'nderlbedastof rears. Come look on it, and your heart will break, Like a summer cloud in tears. Sight, and a storm of antnmn sleet i hearth without Are or light A woman an angry mana door That opens into the night Hot hand i that cling to the ores lateh. Lip rigid and white with pain A curse a blow an...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 9 October 1858

GEO. IT. BROWN, E41Mr. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. ! BATUEDAT MOENDiG, OCT. 9, 1858. IEK ee.ee m anncm. is abva"CE Harok&lltli Prwa tka PhM rUrMa utatala Curt ay aartr. aaS uMM T aU. . Plaaaea ntu Tratk. te Ukartr aaa Lav, STe Ba wajaaa.aaaaaB'a Tear Throng b Jahnaon Canntr. Having occasion, a few days since, to visit Johnson county, we left home about 4 o'clock P. M., with the view of reaching McCammish, some twenty miles distant, that evening. The greater part of the way the road was new to us, and that cart the W end of enr route, hence our desire to hurry forward, so as to pass . i ...... u r .. before darkness should come on. The road to Franklin, which olace is four .miles East of Lawrence, we found iu ex- ' al1 1 an f AAtldirSAn anii Jiataana nrna soon made. We had not visited that ' town for several months, during which period the ' spirit of improvement had been there, and several very desirable changes had been made in its favor. The town is nicely situated, with a population in...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 9 October 1858

1 Xfre ffefrjid of Flreedoii. LAWRENCE. K. T. Saturday Morning, Oct. 9, 1858. Ulwrrr of tbe Frees. w by the liberty of the pre., we understand eprtIj t),e liberty of discussing the propriety of yie measures and political opinion!, let us !! w much of it as you please; but ltf Maw JT liSdr of of renting, calumniating ami dtam M ot another-I, for my part, owa myself wlll . u pgrt with mr share of It whenever our fcjj.IHori shall please to alter the lw ; and cheerfully eonient to exchange mr libertr ,f shoring other, for the privilege of not being .liued misclt.-franiUn. Villi Leavenworth Men Week. The editor of the Herald of Freedom r ipend next weak in Leavenworth, there ha will be happy to ee any of iiis old patroDg, and would esteem it a fa tor to secure a large nnmber of new onei. With the very large and Increasing - cir. nlation of our paper in the south- t and western portions of the Territory, vi are sure no paper furnishes so good a medium for Leavenworth business men w advert...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 9 October 1858

' Gbaritv. i When jo meet with one suspected Of come secret deed of shame. And for this by II rejected , - As a thing of aril fuse: Guard thine every look and action. " bpcak no word of hnieaj blame. For the slanderer's vile detraction Yet may tail th goodly name. When ron meet with one porsninfj -Ways the loat hare entered in. out hi owo nndoing, Wuh hu reekieen.es. and sin; TQi?k,,,f P'0,?i ' hie condition, wonlda kind word be in Taint . Wr a look of eold suspicion Win thee back to truth again T There are spots that bear no flowers, not beeajM the toil it bad. Sot the jumiaer'a genial showers Never make their blossoms clad Better have an aet tbat'a kindly Treated sometimes by disdain. Than bjr judging others blindly. Doom the innocent to pain. The EetiremeB! el Mr. (Hidings. HIS OWS 8PEICH Off THB OCCASION. The Republican Convention in the Ashtabula District having nominated Mr. Hutching as their candidate for the place which Mr. Gidding has filled for the last twenty years, the f...

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

1 LI 3 1 j. iiO Xerms:--Two Dollars Per Annum In Adrancc. "TRUTH ChTSHED TO KARTtt SHALL ' tiki AtflK.? A Family IVewspaper Independent on All Snbjects. . NUMBER 12.-VOLU1ME 4. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, OCTOBER ;i64 1858Lfl w IL -ILU'iOlLJ 1W S JLV "''' ii i" iirii"' ir itiii iii in t Two Picture 1TCLABKSC MILTIJC. Snmebodj'i heart is ny, And snmebdVi heart is tad; . Fcr lights hine nut across the war. And edoor witherane is clad gaduoM end e:ielnM alike Arc dwelling side bi Hide; Perhaps the death of an early one. And the crowning of a bride. - Bright eyes are filled with mirth. Pale face bend in prarer, And hearts beside the household hearth Areorushed byeuld despair; , A h 1 sorrow and hope and jor Are parted by thinnest walls - .: n Cut on the heart of the thoucntlauone No shadow of sorrow falls f No thoughts cf the funeral train Come to the festive throng ; No Dupe that the past w ill eome again To the anguished hearte belong; The future's a sunny sea To the I ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 16 October 1858

GEO. nr. BBOW2T. Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 16, 1358. uiu pek ax aim. nr asvaxce Bar .kail tha Praaa tha PaaalatrtghtaialataJa VanVkrart7.a4atrlMimla, PlaSaaa' tta Trath, ta LTaart j aaa Law. ' Jla rararawaT.aa. aa Faar akall awa. . Tt Wlia-Pnllan Haad. There will be ten Pro-Slavery members in the next Territorial .Legislature, all elected through the unwise and proserin- tire policy of tha republican wire- nit ers, who were .determined to "rale or mis." If tea Democratio Pro-Slavery candidates hare succeeded in securing an election, without an organization, what would that party not hare succeeded in doing were the lines strictly drawn be tween the Democrat and Republicans ? The Leavenworth Timet represented the candidates, run on the independent ticket in Leavenworth county, as Pro-Slavery candidates. . Those candidates came withe in less than 200 votes of an election. These eight members, if they had succeed' ed in being elected, added to the ten now elected...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 16 October 1858

jjje ffefrW of WeOoh. IjA WRENC E, K. T. Saturday Moraiig, Oct. 16, 1858. Libsrrr of tb If bj the Ubrtj of tb press we understand !, th liberty of discussing the propriety of " blis measures and political opinion. let us g moth of it a you please ; but if U mom liitrt1 of af ranting, calumniating and dtfam ...MianntKtr, I. for but put, own myself wiU- J"Mplrt with my shar of it whenever onr JatUlstors ball please to alter the In; and ball cheerfully consent to exchange mylibert . -baiinc other for the privilege of not beinc .U4cd lll.-"""' Sot What Tier Seem. Stopping the other eveniDg at the Brick House, in Leavenworth, for the first time lioce our residence in Kansas, we met the redoubtable Gen. Eastin, of the Leaven. TCrth Herald the pioneer Pro-Slavery journalist of Kansas. Since "the wars sre all over," and we had each done onr ibare of fighting so far as paper bullets were concerned it was bat natural that we should each covet an acquaintance. Sitting in s public room, we fell...

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