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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 20 November 1858

.. Th Snack ia Schael. Mr. ILUAV I ITT I'ALalBB. Of NW Tork, Pott who dors rot writs a much a he should. in aa address which he delivered befor th "Literary Society" of Stoekbridg, Mta, hit . former home, thus finely telle the story of the incidcntof a Winter's day : A District School, not far ana ' Mid Berkshire bills, one Winter's day Was bumming with ita wonted noise Of three-score mingling girls and boyt S "me few upon their tasks intent. Hat moreun furtive mischief bent; -An1 the liuUr1! downwa.-dijok n as fastened on a copy-h-jok, Koee sharp and clear a rooting a ACS I A twere a battery of blue Let off in on teemm,.!,.,, l!.'t "VV hat's I bat?" the startled Master cries: a mil imp replies, . Waih v illiam V illith. if you cleathe "I I thaw him kitb Thutbannab Feather r With frown to make a statue thrill, TbeMatertbundercd, "Hither, Willi" J-ike wretch o'ertaken in his track r!!b stolen chatties on bis back, YV til hung bis head in fear and hame. And to the awful p resence came...

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. — 27 November 1858

V - i Termii-Two Dollar Per Annum-In Advance. - "TBUTH CEUSHED TO EAETH SHALL BISK AGAI5." A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 27. 1858. ' ';? . NUMBER 18.-VOLUME 4. IU H4 fT Ba a Woman, Oft I've heard a gentle mother, Ai the twilight boars began. Pleading with Kn,oa duty. Urging him to be a man ; But unto her blne-yed daughter. Thoagh with lore'i words quite at ready. Points sheont the other duty, " Strive, 1x17 dear, to be a Udjr." What's a lady T Is it something Made of hoops, and silks, ana airs. Lied to decorate the parlor Like the faner rugs and chairs T Is it one that wastes on norels Every feeling that is human? If 'tis this to be a ladjr. 'Tit not this to be a woman. Mother, then, unto your daughter Hpeak of something higher far. Than to be mere fashion's lady " Woman" is the brightest star. If ye. in your strong affection. Urge your son to be a true man. Urge your daughter no leas strongly To rise and be a woma...

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 November 1858

He gehili of B-eeSoty GEO. W. BROWN, Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING, NOT. !7, 1858. TZBXS.et.ee pen ASXClf.IH ADVAXCB Here ahall the Preeetfce P rl-fct KalKialm Fleeced hat te Tratfc, to IJfcertr aa4 Lav, Ke Ftf aware aat. ae Fear aaall awe. Te) Snfcecrlbers. (X) When the term for which subscriber re eei'inc their paper bj mail or at the Poet-ofliee iioutor nearly an, we convex the intelligence by a croei at the end of tbeir name like the ene at the commencement of this notice. Thii will vtre all a fair opportunity to know when their time ia np, and servo u an invitation to renew their abecriptioni. IO Extra eoplef of the Herald at Fnatom, done sp in wrapper! for mailing, if desired, can be had at the Office. Price, Five Cent! each. Our floaeons for Snttaininf me Big Springs Fili form. A friend suggests that we are inconsist ent with ourself in standing upon the Big Springs Platform, and asking others to stand upon it, when it embodies views which we do not endorse. Let ...

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. — 27 November 1858

jfje gehili of 'JfreeJohj'. LAWRENCE, K. T. Saturday Moralnj, lfT. 27, 1858.' Liberty of ths Frees. jf bj ths libertr of the press we understand Btre!j ths libertr of discussing th proprietj of publie measures and political opinions, let as btre ss much of it M you please; bat iUwuans tlu liberty of affronting, calumniating and deam M mt another, I, for my pert, own myself wiU inf to part with mr there of it whenever our iitletort ahell pleue to alter the law ; and ball ehocrfullr content to exchange mr libertr f tbnsinc others for the privilege of not being ,boed myself. franklin. Opinions ! Dlstlagalsbed Bnel en BIem Advertise ronr business. Do not bide roar lirht nnder a bushel . Whatever roar calling or orrnpation may be, if it needs support from the poblie, edvrtie it thoroughly and efficiently, in some shape or other, that will arrest public tiuntion. I freely confess that what neceae I bare had in life may fairly be attributed more to the public press than to nearly all other...

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. — 27 November 1858

The WnsrswlmsL BY CHABXSS SWAUf. A man an havs wisdom and worth. And humor and wit at hiseaU. Bnt whet do these matter on earth. If ba has not tba wherewithal 7 His home mar baeirelad with friends, if ha only keep up the ball ; Bnt friendship agon changes and cads If ha has not the wherewithal. Then aaek for the wherewithal Hake lore of the wherewithal, For pleasure, like friendihip, toon audi. If you hare sot the wherewithal. The rrasa it the dial whose face Shows bast where the sunlight doth fall ; He ii always first in the rase. Who is first with the wherewithal 1 Soma say that the high ean be mean Some ear that the treat ean be small. Bat trifles like these are not seen. If blessed with the wherewithal! Then seek for the wherewithal Hake sura of the wherewithal. Tor pleasure, like friendship, toon ends, if short of the wherewithal. Lore smiles on the easement that shows A picture within to enthral ; When gold's in the heart of the rose. There's lore in the wherewithal. Yes, men ...

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. — 11 December 1858

r : 1 1 ft Ilii L -LL U JUJ UJ IL W J.VJ10 Xerms:--Two Dollars Per AnnumIn Advance. - ' "TSUTH CASHED TO EARTH SHALL BISK AGAIN." . . A Family Newspaper Independent on All Subjects; "BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, DECEMBER 11, 185$. ';'"... . ' - ' . ' '. NUMBER 19. VOLUME 4. f i it ft Winter If Coining. Winter is coming with hit blanket of snow. Piping his anthem, wherever we go Weeping aaoa like a heart-broken ehild Then bowling apace likea maniac wild, Winter is coming 1 Winter licominf! kindle the Are, And either around the aon and the lire. Let daughter and matron join thee too. With jojful heart, all happv and tree - Winter booming! Winter it eeming! Ere re gather there, God's mercies and boantiae aladlr to ibare. Let each in their jor thm happy and free. Ask, " Whr are such blessings bestowed upon Winter il Coming 1 Winter is eomiag V Does ha bring thee la light t 0. think of the many who paw its long nights. In a few tattered rem. in a hard bed of maw. and hanger...

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. — 11 December 1858

Ifje Jfei-d of fieedoty. GEO. T. BBOW.1, Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS BATCEDAY MORXIXG, DEC. 11, 1858. TERV t.O PER ANXm.I AtVAJICE H-refcll tkc Preaetae Peeele'.ris kUajeJntoln Vaan'jler early, aa akrlfceS Sy gala. Fle4c4 Vat te Trait, te Liberty aa Lav, ft. faraniwi aa, an Fear ahall awe. T Sul)crlbr. ' - . (XI When th term for which aiibaeribfr? re eei'ins; their papr br m-til or at the Post-office is out or nrnrly so, w convey U' intelligence by a crom at the end "if th-ir names lkr the ope atibckftommtncement of this notice. This will ' give all a fair opportunity to know when their time !i tip. nnd nerve a aa invitation to renew thrinwlffejnfniftfis. VP Ex.-re'cnpies rf the Herald of freedom, done ur in wrner for m-tiling, if desired, can be badnt thvOQice. Fries. Fivo Centi eaob. The Democratic Platform. Read ilie platform of tlie Democratic party held in Leavenworth two weeks ago. It is the moat non-committal thing we have met with for many a day, and were we to express an opini...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 11 December 1858

j(6 gefttlJ-of ffrceiofti. LAWRENCE. K. T. PATIS. (Utcrday MornlBjf, Sot. tl 1838. Liberty of ths Press. If the liberty of the pruiwi understand iiercly the liberty of discussing the propriety of pabiio measures and political opinions, let us treu nacb of it as yon please; butstrsasaas fit liberty of affronting, calumniating and iefam itg one another, I, for my part, own myself frill ies to part with hmr of i beriever oar It'tislttors shall please to alter the la: and cheerfully consent to exehenge my liberty 0f abusing others for the privilege of not being ,bnseJ mnelf Franklin. Opinions of Distinguished Baal neat) Men. " Advertise ynor business. Do not h'ule yonr lifht under a bushel. Whatever ronreallingor ocmriation may be, if it neetlii (apport from the nihlie, advrtise it thoroughly and efficiently, in some shape or nthen that ill arrest pablic r Motion. I freely Confess that what success have had in life may fairly be attributed more In the public press than to nearly all oth...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 11 December 1858

r I ' i t, i 1 if 'J t -1 "I -4I ill '. 'I Ml i -J. : a 5 ' I Wall for The! ' ' The hearth Is nrertlhr fire Is bright, - 1 he kettle sing for thee. " Theelotb in spread the lamps lire light, . The urf cakes smoke in napkin white, ' ' ; And now X wait (or thee, . ' .' , , Co ne home, love ! home, thr task U done ; The clock ticks listcninglr. The-iuiads ere shut, the curtain down. Tire warm ohair to the fireside drawn,' : ; , 1 he boy is uu uu' kuee, Come home lore, his deep, fond era - Looks around him wistfully, ; And when the whimpering winds go by A. if thy welcome step was nigh. He crows exultingly. In rain be finds the welcome vein. And turns bis glance on mine, - ; : So e.-irneatly, that yet arain . , Hi form unto my hcurt 1 strain, That gianee u so like thine. Thy task is done, we miss thee here; - Where'r thy footsteps roatn. No heart will spread sneh kiodlv eheer. No beating heart, no listening ear, Like these will wait the houie. Ah, along the erip walks fast That well-kno...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 18 December 1858

r OF 1 -LVJ10 i i Terras:--Two Dollars Per AnnumIn Advance. " TEUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL ELSE AGAIN." . A Family NewspaperIndependent on AH Subjects " BY G. W. BROWN & CO. - - LAWRENCE, KANSAS, DECEMBER 18. 185$. ' . NUMBER 20. VOLUME 4. Ia tbe West, There's a baut and a g'.nrr Ld the bright and bouadlesa West, R"ohinsonwar(l erer onward To where day lies down to rest; Where the vision finds no limit, Wbero the spirit f-aels no biund. But a might sense of freedom fills immensity all round. And the sonl looks up and onward. With a bold, insatiate quest. Hoping always weary never Daring all things in the West; For the West hath large resources In ber rich and generous soil. Which responds with lavish bounty I nto him that tills the soil. And thefnld that Buret! all thiDgi," And aoMteth every ill, O'er her lapis strewn profusely. The adventurer's purse to fill. There's a glory and a beauty And a promise in the Wert, Luring pilgrims onward, onward Toward where da lies down to rest...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 18 December 1858

4 Stmt. KANSAS. jTKG, DEC. 18, 1358. PZB AHHCJf.IJI ADVAXCI kall tka Preaa the pT'-'--'rk -'--'-. J arty. aa aakrlfc x gala. hat t Tratfc, t Uhartr Law. He l'aTeraveieae,aaae Fear shall awa. T Subscribers. (X) When the term for which subscribers re ceiving their papers by mail or at the Post-office U oat or nearly to, we eonver the intelligence by oroaa at the end of their name like the ane at the eommeneement of this notice. This will ffive all a fair opportunity to know when their time ii op, and serve as an invitation to renew tneir subscriptions. Border BAeOsBisoBa We publish, on out fourth page, the proceedings of what purports to be a meeting held at Mound City, in Linn "Kinder OiaOvt." The Chicago Presi and Tribune, which. at the time of the union of the two newspapers, less than a year ago, was supposed to have become a very strong county, on the 6th inst, in regard to the I establishment, has proved jnst the reverse. - mL. i r :i i i , i ITT Extra entries of the Herald of F...

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

,1 0 1 J s ?fehtl9' of SeeJohj. LAWRENCE. K. T. g-drJaJ HcrslEg, Dec. 18, 1838k p-jalcm ot Dletlnsrnlane neu Ken. Uvertise Tonr business. Do not bide your . m urnler bushel. Whatever roureallingor 'J"icn may be, if it needs support from the ivjrtise it luorougniy ua cmoientiy. or otner iom win amt puuuo ly confess that what success mar fairly be attributed more i than to Dearly all other cause i may possibly be oecurmtion . . ii i to inifaTTiiir nn r an.,.. Sawnewr. what the; are."-'. T. Barium. "1 bare alwu' considered Advertising llber n tiii lone to be the greet medinm of rueeess rLjiB, and the prelude to wealth. And I 1 ,. it an invariable rale, too, to advertise P ,e nailed time, a lon( experience having 2-s'jt roe that money thus spent is well laid rt by keeping my business continually be-t-i'rs public, hu aeeured me many lales that Mosrwls would bare lost." SrerH. GlBABD. - Whatever success 1 may have bad in busi yf. Iowo mainiy to continuous Advertising, Ji i deem it good po...

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

Song of A Editor. BY 0. TOLKB W0LTB. The editor in Ms "Sanctum" sat, tVith his visas grim and sour. All was silent without save the wind in the street And the "CHaBUfT" pursuing hu.asaal beat, Cai'inat the midnight hourt ' His "peepers" were swollen and red. The rushlight was melting away, "And to-morrow," to himself be said. "Is publication day." Write! write!! write!! ' 1 fear I am growing dumb ! I've divert notions in my bead, -Which f-ls like a ton or two of lead. Hut the vanish as fast as thej eomel Bnnu, and seissors, and paste, lute, and seitsors.and brash I If 1 conM eoilarooe bright "iob." I could write with a perfect rush! A sod ! and a start ! and a nod ! Mr pen's worn down to a stump; I pauss, and ponder, and scratch my pate. Mi eves the sise of a pewter plate. And my sconce on the table 1 bump! Nod! nodi! nod!!! As I set tumblod np in a heap What a sin subscribers are so scarce, - And tub rarr.it so vgar cheat I Write! write!! write!!! With paper all blotted and smeared...

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. — 25 December 1858

J . - ih- - s . . . 3 . XViliO Terms: Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. 'TEUTfl CEU8BED TO lABTH BHiLL ElSB AAft." A Family Newspaper Independent on All Subjectn. BY G. W. BROWN & CO; .LAWRENCE KANSAS, DECEMBER 25, 1858. NUMBER 21 VOLUME 4. I . ' . " ' t Sw. rf l 1L U:W1LJLJ11LS S . 1,. Jb For tt IJtrald of Freedom. Gire ma thy Hand. Y XM. 8. II. V. DEsYo.H. . Ciire me th j hand, mi brother, .Whatever be tby nun; If on threpirit's elfar , . . , There turns the holj flame Of love that knows no changing, No shadow of deeay. That only barm the brighter At ages speed away. Giro me thr hand, my brother. If ever from thy heart. One prayer bath (one to heaven. For strength to bear thy part In this world's toil; to labor, IIomnity toe&vc, from the Untold oppressions That erti'h it to the crave. . liY m thy hand, my brother. Though light or dark its hue. If true thou art to God, thyself, And to thy mission truo; If thou art bold in Freedom's cause. Art battlint; for the right, 5 or f...

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

. . . life Befd of JVeecoiTj. GEO. W. BBOWlf, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. 8ATDRDAY MORNING, DEC. 85, 1358. TIRVI.-M.M JEB A9KCM.IH AS-VAJICE fare shall the Preee Mm Peaale. HcMaesaiatale Uaiw'd b7 party, it! eefcrlee ej sale. . rle4a4 hatte Trete. te Uttrtf mm Law, II Favor aware an. ae Far aaall awe. y T Oubecrlbrre. (X) When the terra fur which subscribers re eeivmg their papers by mail or at the Pout-office iseut or Dearly so, we convey the intelligence b a cross at the end of their names, like the on at the eummeneement of this notice. This will rive all a fair opportunity to know whea their time is op. ami serve as an invitation to renew their subscriptions. JU" Extra copies of the Iltrald of FreMnm, put up in wrappers for mailing, if ifeeired, can be had at the Office. Price. Five Cents each. Our Own Matters. Though we have no disposition to ira pom upon our readers the idea that we have specialt correspondents under pay from- the Deraldof Freedom office, to write letters from W...

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. — 25 December 1858

, V- f jlic geIS of 'ffreeiioty. LAWRENCE K. T. gatorday BoruiBffj Bee. 25, 1858. 0.1oiBi t.le.liyshel Bel. Do not hid. roar en . ' Advertise :voorbuslnee. Do not ma roar i,htMderbuehl. Whatever yourealling or !?tioB du b, if H needs support from the bu2dvtrtis. it thoroughly and efficiently, ffiomeYuape or other. th.t w.ll erreat public SlSt'on. Yfreelr confess that what sueeesa I hive had in life if fairly bs attributed more u tbe public press than to nearly all other ceases Jembined. There mar possibly be occupation, fh.t do not require advertising, bat I cannot fell ne.ive what they er.."-P. T. Babnmi. -I bare al way. eonaidend Advertising liber 1 end lone to be the great medium of (usees i business, and the prelude to wealth. And I tare made itan invariable rale, too, to advertise in the dullest time, a lone experience having usht me that money thua (pent ia well laid not' a. by keeping my business continually be ars' the public, hal eeenred me many sale, that lotherwiae Would ...

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. — 25 December 1858

V Tethe Wavering. -. . . " ' Br rAxcig d. oior. Be bold", be firm, be strong, be true, A nd dare to eland alone ; ' Strive for the right, whatever ye do, - Though helpers there be none. , Nay, bend not to the swolling targe Of popular sneer and wrong, - Twill bear thee on to ruin's verge, --With current wild and strong. Stand for the right, though falsehood rail. And proud lip coldly sneer A poisoned arrow cannot wonnd . A conscience pare and clear. Stand for the right, and with clean hands ExM. the truth on high ; Tbou'ltfind wann sympathizing hearts Ainoug the puser by. ' Hen who have seen, and thought, and felt. Yet could not singly dare Tlx-kittle' brant, but by thy side Willevery danger share. fstnnl for the right f proclaim it loud ! Thou'lt find an answering tune In bonort hearts ; and thou no more lie doomed to stand alone. The Pioneers. " That the world never hears of its great est men, is verified in the fact, that those who leave their homes and the comforts thereof, brea...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 1 January 1859

Icrnn:--Two Dollars Per Annum In Adrnnr. "TRUTH CEtSHED' tO' EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN." A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Subjects.' 1 BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JANUARY 1. 1859. NUMBER 22-VOLUME 4. In tho Welti f strc's beauty and a glory la the bright snd bound leaf West; Rfashin onward, ever onward To where day lies down to rent; Where the vision finds no limit. Where the spirit feels no bound, Dots miehty sense of freedom f lib immensity all round. infl the snnl looki up and onward, With a bold, insatiate quest, ' Hynritaiwajs weary never Paries: all thinrs ia the West; Fur the West bath lar;e resources In her rich aod generous soil, W hich responds with lavish bounty - I'ntobiin that tills the soil. And the cold thai luyeth all iking. And nliatiih trery Hi, O'rr her lap in ttrmrn jtroftutft, Tht adventurer' pre to fill There's a flory and a beauty And promise in the Westi .urine' pilgrims onward, onward Toward where day lies down to rcsti We go forth from home ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 1 January 1859

Iljegetyld of "fiteJofti. CEO. W. Editer. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. 8ATUEDAY MOENING, Jll. 1, 1859. "TEKH PER AXSCM. ! ABWAXCB Ran shall t Preastae PeealeSriBWaaalaala Jeaw'a ay aartr. aa aaarta4 ay a. FUSce aatta Tratfe. ta Uaartj aaa Law, Ha rirtriwartaaaiM Faif ikall aaa T Sakacrlltera. ' : (X) When tha term for which subscribers receiving- their papers br mail or at the Voat-offie is out or nearly so, we sourer the intelligence br a croee at the end of their names, like the ana at the commencement of thia notice. This will Viva all a fair opportunity to know whan their time ia np, and serve as an invitation to renew their tabic riptiona. TCP Extra copies of the Herald of Trdom, put op in wrapper! for mailing, if desired, can be bad at the Office. Price. Fire Cent each. Snbecrib for tha Herald of Freedom. Thi number of our paper will foil into the hands of many persons who are not subscribers. Those who are in want of a reliable newa journal, which they can de pend upon in all cases, and...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 1 January 1859

r Jije Jfefyid of Jhiloty LAWRENCE. K. "f. jatoirdiy Morninfj Jai. 1, 1859. Opinions Dltlnflhe4 Baal. nes Ueb. a,jTertis your business. Do not bide roar '".nMtioo m , if il Ilee,1, '"PPort from the if. uircrtiM it thoroughly sua efficiently, ? mt shape or other. tht will arrest public ..ntioD I fro1' eonfess that wht success Tklrcbad in life f'rir be attributed more 1, the publie press than 10 nearly mi outer causes Ibiied. fher may possibly be occupations that do not require advertising, bat I cannot we eODCeiT WUt. "W a. .iwu. I tore slwsys eoneidered Advertising liber .u, and long-to be the great medium of access f,b$he.andth. preU. to Wealth. And I 1 . Bade itan invariable rale, tooi to advertise f, the talieet time; ton Mperipnl! havini latV a hi keepnit my busioe oootinually ? i the puW'e- ire1 m many, sal that IgUieneine would hare loet." bTira. Gmubd. Whatever success I may hare bad in busi- Mt love mainly to continuous Advertising, " ' dKt, it good policy to advertise lone ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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