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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 1 January 1859

1 Slavery and Intcmpersncs. America! bright, glorious name. Tlmu'rt first a poo the scroll of fame 'Most nations of the earth ; ' Kind heaven with a preserving hand. Has railed thee op a mighty land, Securely from toy birth. Tbe story of our fathers bold, Br child and granLire now iatold, All know the tale full well; And while in song thy praise is sans;. Or whilo 'tis told in any ton cue, Each bosom scents to swell. But in this wide and fair domain. Two monsters are who were not slain ; Few feared their growing power; But they hare grown to mammoth size. With open jaws and glaring eyes, They re array'd to devour. The ions of freedom hear tbe cry, ' From echoing hills that rend the sky, "Come slay the.?e monsters twain; Say not that there's a victory, Which brave sons of America In strife can fail to gain. Old men and matrons, hand in hand. Young men and maidens join tbe band. Oh come, eome at the call : Fear not, though far o'er hill and dale Their roar sound fearful, do not quail....

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. — 8 January 1859

V . Xeruis:--Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "TRtffl CatSMD TO EARTH SHALL RISB AGAIN." A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JANUARY 8. 1859. NUMBER 23-VOLUME 4. HERALD OP v i: Hop on, Hop Ever. s JT SOPHIA A. IAIB, Ilpeon.hnpe'cr!"-letitbe Tl'- watchwnrt f my inmost heart; .-.. A lalisman. 'twill Kimrd it well from surruw swift, unernngdart. Wtir shoal J the strickeo spirit d J When hup is in the casket fuuua? " ' ' MMt pri"U!" f he jewel there, I t the heart's alter Baft bound. f inod beside the hallowed bier, ffberi-onanantelsiMerlay: . The roile of hope was Ufft e en there, ' . Imprinted o that face of clay. i lbs inlepink hyacinth tbey bronnht At fri'tulship's shrine an onennif; 'Tm ainst her snowy cheek. Ere yet the spirit plumed its wing. That dowtrinall ita loveline, That cheek in its own purity. Were naught when placed beanie the gem That bought ll.atsyul security. Twas hope, tha brif htly teaming; star, liope in a d in...

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. — 8 January 1859

He geld of flrceJohi. GEO. W. BBOW1, KUltar. LAWRENCE. KANSAS SATURDAY MORNING, J5. 8, 1859. TUMI M.OS PEB ANSCM. IB ABVAJUCE Were kaU the Pcmlkc Peeele'erlakSsaulatalB Jaae'e ay aarty, ea BasrleeS ky gala, Plrasvs at Tratk, M Mkerty mm Law, If farer sways . mm mm Wmmr shall awe. Te aataacribers. nti "When the term for which snbseribT" re eirir-f their yaper by mail or At the Post-office is out or aearti rot wocoarey ine intelligence dj a ernu at the end of th-ir rMmes like the one at the eoBmeneenient of thin notice. Thiewill five all a fair opportunity to know when their ime is ay. and serve as ma invitation to renew their mb.-crietionii. XT- txira copies of the Unrald of rrttaem, put up in wrappers for mailing, if desired, can be had at the Office. Price, five Cent each. The Southern Difficulties. We publish on our fourth page, this week; the agreement made between the people of Linn and Bourbon counties on the one part, and Gov. Dihveb on the other, in regard to the difficulties...

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 January 1859

U te IS ' d pWRENCE, K. T. iaiaiday Moriliff, Jan. 8, 1859. ncu Men. Hierti'e i,onr business. Do not hide ronr Mmvl'r a bushel. Whatever youreatlingor ' ' . ",jn gity b. if it needs support from the .i-.rii.ie it thoroughly ami efficiently. ? .hADC or other, that will 'v,"ic.n Tfreely confess that f bs-'l in lif mr fairly heal ' , . .-.Ik ll.ut will irnit it wnat so re ess attributed mora T.. r'ivliej?:' uiantoncariyauollii h-frf fiierc may possibly be oce '.'..,''L not require ailvertHing, but : lnJ etaceive "tat they are."-P. T. Ii liianlo nearly all other causes opations I cannot ABNm. "I Jjre always eoinidered Advertising li! " ' t ! to be the great medium of sac Vsglinrss. end the prelude to wealth. Ar, ber- suecess i. Vg.iD"'. id tne premaeio weaitn. And 1 tUratd ilan invariable rule, too, to advertise V tat iH'' ,,me' " '"n,t experience having hi s: that "'nc 'bus rpent is well laid u by icr f" business continually b public has secured me many sales that 1 Mhrwie W"tild have ...

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. — 8 January 1859

Fleuant Thoughts. BT BLANCHE BEKXAIBDB We all possess the magic power Of turning dark to brightest boor; A look of kindliest we may lend And bleu the pathway of friend. The night of trouble comet to all Wheu sorrow, like a funeral paII. O'er spreads the soul with fearful clouds. Hiding life'i beaut leu in s shroud. But words of kindness will impart A healii:g to the wounded heart; And tbouich thu tear doth till the ere. There scuiufo feit when love is nigh. Tit tweet to mingle light and teart With those whom we hare loved for yean, And tweeter mill with them to share Life'i joys, unmixed with pain and care. The jortof life ! Ob, they abound Like flowers upon a fertile around. WhencuUurul wetland nursed wilheare A beauteous tight, a prospect fair. 'Tit only those who will not raise Their eye from earth, to upward gaze. Who cannot see the heareut above The thousand blessings tent in lore. While we recount our mereieso'er. The treasures rich we have in store. They muitipl, im-ressingfa...

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. — 15 January 1859

I V; ... aV rpi,. Dollar, re, A-.ml. Advance. "TBCTB CBCSHED TO KABra SHALL RISK AGAK." . - ' - :: am'y Newpapcr--Indcpcpoat on All Sonjfctt. IRYgTw. BROWN & CO. . LAWRENCE. KANSAS. JANUARY 15. 1859. NUMBER 24-VOLPME 4. i i j ,1 X i ; t Herald of Trtwtom. Give me fl"T Hud. T 1LIZABETII X. F. DENT0. Give me thy hand, my sister, Ifererthonilid'st know. One nh of kindly sympathy. For bnmao want and woe; When wealth hath lavished on thee The riches of her store. If thou hast strewn those treasons, in The pathway of the poor. Oire me thy hand, my fitter, I ask not who thou art. If yet within thy bosom throbi, A woman's lovintt heart ; If thou hast sought to bind aiin Earth ' "broken brotherhood :" If than hut taught, in kindly tones, The-errintobegood. Oire me thy hand, my sister. Thy hand in blitf or woe, When smiles of joy light op Ihy faee. Or tears of rricf o'er flow ; When hopes are high, and thou art strong. Life's rogged path to tread ; Or when thy skies are overcast. And thos...

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. — 15 January 1859

CEO. W. BKOWN, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATURDAY HORXTCG, JAN. 15, 1859. TMBalS . FEB ANItV.III ADVAXCE Meraaaatl afcaPmataaPaaale'arla'BtaamalatalB TJ aaw aartr, na BatHae BJ a-ala. Pica- katta Trath, ta Llfcartj aa Law, ffv avrawa7aaa.aa4aaFaaMrBallawa. X Snoaeribera (If) When the trm for which tnhierihprn re- civinK their paper by mail or at the Hot-Siee out or Marly an, we ccovey tha intelligence M a croaa at the end of their names like the one at the enBsmeneninAiit, nt thin nttiA. This will fire all a fair opportunity to know when their The Facia The Herald of Freedom, delivered through the Lawrence Postoffice last week to regular subscribers, one hundred and ticenty Jive copies. The Republican deliv ered 110 copies, and added a pcakage of 75 for the periodical depot of Mr. VTil marth. Papers delivered in mass to an individual, for sale again, are not the kind contemplated in the Act regulating the Postoffice advertising. Our list was Bine larger, last week, delivered to regu...

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. — 15 January 1859

jfje Jehift of fipec3oh. LiWRENCE. K: l". " nets Sen. - i -,rtise roar business. Do not bide your vMsYe a bushel Whatever your ea, Uog or ..Jhon ay be, if it needs pport from the V .1 .ill IMk . Ll i J .!l miblie P UuintoBwly ftUolhercai to kii ne W poMiblif U occupation. e? . jj Tirtt rtqaire -ul.-ert.9iDr, bat I cannot -t always eoBsidered Advertising Uber .. ...i lr,nr-to ha lb great medium of success if rrvft ius lr.ya.iaKe rule, too, to advertise i.du'latt iu. un PTineu having '.',.ht b money thus spent u well laid T kseping my business continually be I'ile sublie. ku secured me many sales that I ThtreTse ttli taf lot- -!" GlBABD. Vhal(M success I mar hare hid in buri- I oe tnBio.r 10 continuous Advertising. ii it a'" polioy to advertise long in the - M-n t' observation, I am ,a.aeed that it i impossible to make Ii headway any brunch of commerce, with ,k. nyeilities which lb press aloe can u. ott throagh Ufa hai been---wdrlt and i..rtise In batmen Advertising it tba trna Jl'..'...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 15 January 1859

Spar lbs Flowtra. 'TL rung tfirls. your rosy boors. To P'as in irulicg.y; Bo;. heedful, spare toe tender flowers 1 DAL blossom in our way. Ob, cosh them not! bat lore tbem well. Ami lut U what they A warning talo to y-.u I tell. Of s.i! sad swift decay. For yon. like these fair fragile flowers, I!ul hl jf-m lorad y; Lik.i theirs are brief your sunny hours, lake them ou pa&i away. And though ynu idly put them by. In life' t'reh morning hoars, A tiinCMhall o iicswlicn yi.u will sigh fw those unheeded flowers. When sorrwseome, and friends retire. And early dream depart. And hope are fled, you'll then desire id piejs them to your heart, A ad they shall wake your dreams again. To bleisyour closing hours, hen none of all you iov-i I remain, liut those sweet shtcr Hovers. H?(Ort ( nnA1tC ll)tfrZlql)COU, - i I for the Herald of Ireedum. At a meeting of the Members of the Bar of JohDson County, Kansas Territory, held at the Court House in Olathe, on the 5ih day of January, 1859. Oa motio...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 22 January 1859

.HERALD OF FREEDOM. 1 ri . 1 "TRUTH CCUSOED TO EARTH SHALL ELSE AGALX. A Family Newspaper I mlr prudent on All Siilijrt ts. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JAMJARY 22. 1859. NUMBER 25-VOLUME 4. ?oefHj. Fn-nt tht Topeka Tribune. Tbs Gold Ranters. BT tVaWJELINK. Orrr the n.IIinc prairiw. And down b the river's side, . wellins and surgii.g over, A r'leas hemsn tidi That r)b. and flows as the ocean e!l'at.d rrtcdM again. With tb hpes and fi'r and fselirjfi Of 1 bmud vf stalwart USD. Til not for tnild'r sun!irht. V( the western wild the, cams, ind the' ere Dot dnrir. humors, Vih the bion f..r their gains Jjot tlicy wk iu the glowinir wnters. Avi wsnrh io the earth's damp mould, Wi'h their hopes and ejeeratrirttg. For the Uui.l the ebinicg liuld. Oifr the rolling prairie. The rH deer tin bounded f ir. And the bals from their di-narestartlt Vhre the Mi-pi f the white man are, Ft iho ;ret liaunti of nature. Hi bay hand invade. And the wild bea'U har hi footsteps, in the forest's ...

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. — 22 January 1859

cr.l,. V. . EHOWX, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATURDAY MdRXIXfi. JAJ. 2!. IShD. TVUii ri.O PER ANMTW.I!! ADTAXCF Mm War rrtatb Praple'srla-alaauUatala PIrt4 UIU Truth, la Liberty mm Law, Se ffihYsrtwajrUaea4ar.FMrr.kBll aw a. T Swfcscribera. () 'Wiiea th term fr which table riber ra eriv'iif thmr paper by mail c.r at the I'ott-office i r.at wr ifsn no, we emirey the tntellicone b s rr..t at the end nf thofr name', like the ore ' .1.-cot, mnoaient f this r.firice. Thi will f ivff ttl a fair opportunity to know when their tun it an, and iiurTe a an inrilution to renew th-'.r fii'j.-crif tione. Vy Extra ropim of the BeraM of Freedom rn: up in wrappers for mailh'S if desired, cao bo t.ai tt the Office. Trice, l ive Cent, each. In consequence of the great pres ume ofLegislative work now in the office, vt have been compelled to measurably tercet the UeraU of Freedom this week, as ;-(bably we shall be compelled to do i ; ;veral weeks 10 come. Those laws of e u'teral nature, enacted at this ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 22 January 1859

jfjg Jfcirid of Jfreedoh). tAwltENCE. K. T. iiiviij Mornbig Jan. it, 1839. iBla ml DlHnjBlhe4 Baal or11 es Ken e ijrrrtiwTbir businrs. Da not hid roar iiihf bu;hel. wur culling or adTtriise it thoroughly and efficiently, '.m.Vnape or other, that will arrest public '". S?,b Ifre1 confess lht what so-c-ss i V.ie bH in life " iwl be attributed mora i, public press than tunearly all other eauae ;! there may possibly be occupation fk,, i D r-quire advertising, but I cannot 'in ..e.iv what ther ar."-F. T. Babncm. - iis d'tll"' t,lne' experience having ! , rat e that money thus spent is well laid i b Wp" n business continually be t'Liht oublie. hit secured me many salee that would bare lost." Srtrm. Uibasd. Unilever success I mar hare had in busi 1 i.tre main.y to Sontinuotls Advertising. li ) im it It wd policy to advertise long id the "' - From a close obscrration, I am t-'U 'couriBeed that it ia impossible to make B.c.i,. ..rilitirs which tbe press aloco can I,,, "-JlCOl KlDCIWAT M) m"t...

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. — 22 January 1859

To-Dar ml To-Morrow. BYGtKAin a lSSKT. -. Hljh hopes that b irocj like tba stars inlt liinr, G . down the hnro.n of Freedom; Ami true hearts puri-h in the litno We b : t'rlioit need them ! Bu never ait we .town ami say There's nothing lelt but s .rrow; V i walk the wilderness to-dy. Tae pr.aniscj land to-uiirruw. Otir birds mf song are silnt now, Tncre-reni 11 .wcr bto-.uiitg! Yetlifs belts iti'tbe froiDii Hough, At I Fre.il nu's spring it coming! Arnl Fr oilonT c. mj up way, - 'I iuuit'i w m i .tatd in sorr ; A id nr 1 oi q t. a i l io-iay, S J ul d jet g II a l.-.a ITW. TVnug'i 1! the long, da-k n'eV.s of years. The people'-cry a-ea .iljlh, A idea-th isw-twith bio si and tears; liutnurinvk ruferaoer e-.dolb 1 T'lT fe fiirexriex, The many ma I in s .rr ir; Tu p .wo a ul r'ariu are strong to-day, But Iliaveu I nail rule lo-ui-rrow. T'fug'i heart brood oVr the pist. car eyes Witti foiling 'carure g'iten! For l ! our day bursts up the ikies ; Lean not your solu and list-ti ! Tne w rl-...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 January 1859

! f . 1 ft Terms:--?10 Dollars Per AnnumIn Advance. 'TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN.' A Family Newspaper Independent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JANUARY 29. 1859. NUMBER 26-VQLUME 4. OF FREEDOM : 7 1 -L j i rami ' Vila.?'- " ZL1!ei-' Eich though Poor. - BT E. D. T. BANDOLPII. rood of rsnd in 11 the earth, Vi hipup"n the sea, V.r lr"ii-ure rare, nor gems, nor gold, ' Do i.y eep for me; A )furil 1 wrouifht for bread, s mn.u I to-day ; Vet Kine are not so rich as I, Sor 1 so poor as they. On xwlcr tree the sun-liiht falls. The Knhin's on the bouEh gull 1 can hear a merri'-r note Thn heuwarblinj! now; He's but an Arab of the sky. Ami never lingers lorn Hal Mirf o'emios the livelon jeer- With music and with song. Come, gather round me, little ones. And a 1 it me down. With shouts of laughter on me plana A mimic regal crown; pa, childless king, would I accept Your armies and domain. Or e'en )our erown. and never feel These lin hands again ? There's...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 January 1859

' - EO. W. BBOWili EAitor. LAWliEXCE. KANSAS. 8ATURDAY MOETKij, JU. y, I3b9. TSttnS.. . PES A SIM. IS AVA?.CE Here ah all the rmlkf rlrlaUMlatl Cw'4 a partf , s eafcrieeS by muin, Plearr' kalta Twlk, I Utwrtj u Law, II rv.r.w..aarr ki:llm. Te Sntiacribere. (If) WT)in the term for wbich inWribm re ivu.a their paper by m-il r at tbe 1'ixt-f-Eoe iet or n.-iirly wr convey the intrleetie by irojj t the end t!i"ir name, likftho a' the isnmrnencmei-t of thiarinttee. Thi will I'iTfl all a fair opportunity to km w whru their tiw" i no. al rve as an ioritatino to reaew their Mib.criations. ' T"jr Ex'rm enis of the llmtld of Frrtdom pn on io wramv-re fur mniline, if itoiired, eao bo had at the Office. Price, i ire Ceo la each. Iodemnitr to Kanaa Snfierera. Tn sno;her column will be found the Bill presented by Mr. Clark, "to provide for the payment of claims" of sufferer by the Kansas difficultes, Ui which we invite the attention of our renders. It presents a feasible plan fur arriving at a cor...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 January 1859

XT i: Jic ffehjli of firee8oh. LAW'REN'CE, K. T. Saturdaj Korniiig, jail. 28, 1839; Opinions of BiatiBtrttiaheil Boil. Adve?H yr businti. Do not hi Je your nvi" m. K 'i " tirrrrt frrm the v. .!(( rtie it thoroughly and efficiently, P5' or other; that will arrest public t;it.-.n. lYiwrhud in lito may mini oeaunouicu more 1 f ..kii nrii than to nearly all other causes t M J"'""' j - "... :l.T., k. i rhm mv noiuiniir n neiMinntiotiM 'J?! It!.' not r"auire advertising, bat I cannot a conceive what they are."-F . T.BABNr. ;.ivTl.lwaseonidered Advertising liber " atd ling-1" he the great medium of twees baine. nd the prelude to wealth. And I ! mi- it an invariable rule, too, to advertise . ihs dullest time, a long experience having I"..!,, mc that money thut spent is well laid t" as b) k'ep5" my bu'iness continually be rV'h public has secured me many (ale that j!7hfri would have lost," STEril. GiBSBn. " te'er sncs I nsy have had in busf ... i 4 mainly to continuous Advertising, 41 de'is i...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 January 1859

from the Motto Journal, Christmas Bells. B.XILDA. Ob. the bell's sweet chimes are pealing. Gently oa the air they're stealing ; Joy sod love are now revesting; Poises throb in hopeful feeling To the merry Christmas bells Hark ! a simple lay they're chiming; Heir the wild contusion rhming; Now iu scale melodious climbing. Then s luw snd silv'ry timing Of t.-K- merry Christinas bells. List again those tongues are seeming With u thousand voices teeming Telling that, a star is beaming, Now from Juds's plain i gleaming. Merry, merry Christmas bells. Angel hosts to earth are bending. Hiav nly shouts the air in rending. "Peace on earth, good will ne'er ending, " Joyous malic forih are sending Peals of merry Christmas bells. Itye JfelJ of ffree&oft). LAWRENCE. K. T. Saturday Morning, Jan. 29, 1839. Painful Occurrence. Tha following private letter to Mrs. Gates, details a sad occurrence in Hun ter county, in this Territory, which will be read with interest by persons acquaint ed with the...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 February 1859

Xcrms:--Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAK." A Family Newspaper Independent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 5. 1859. NUMBER 27i-VOLUME 4. f?oc Written for the Herald of Freedom. I Cannot Stay Alon. BY I ATE K. KEZNET. 'twas midnisht and a fair jronnc child Watched by the bed of rain ; A mother tocat-d with ravings wild, And sought for rest in rain ! " Oh mother, once more to me awot," ThechiM in anguish cried i Ph' fotidtj prd'jed the suffering; check ; .No gentle roice replied. Anon, aebanae the sufferer slept, (Death's shadow slowly ereeps T. Unmindful that her pale child wept, . As childhood only weeps. Fhe woke a smile eamo o'er her face. The ravings wild were bushed. And tears dospite the warm embrace, from the heart's fountain gushed. Oh. Saviour, keep ray cherished one Within tAy guardian care ! And grant she thit may ne'er forget. Her dinaj mother's prajer. Our home is drear; hat there's a land , Whe...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 February 1859

Ifte'Jfehito of B-eedofy GEO. W. BBOW7I, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. 8ATURDAY MOBXKG, FEB. S, 1359. THII.-M.lt PER ASMUM.IH ADVAHCZ Her shall the Preantae PMplc'srlcaUasalatala Vhv'I j eae aaerleed by gala, PleSzf-a eat Trath. I Lletrty aaa Law. if FeTaravaxs ea. aaa ae Faar shall ewe. Ts slobecriber- (X) When the term fur which subscribers re eivinr their pnprr by mail or at the l'r.t-fl&ee Uont or nearly sh we ennver the inteU'Rene b eross at the end of their nairn, like the one at the commencement of thin notice. This will SMve alt a fair opportunity to know when their time is tip. and nerve as an invitation to renew their subscriptions. TCT Extra copies of the tTernld of rrttdovt put up in wraonirrs for mailing;, if desired, can be had at the Office. 1'rtee. Five Cents each. The Excitement of tha Put Week. During the past week Lawrence has been the scene of one of those excitements for which it has long enjoyed a most shameful notoriety. The Legislature is in session here ; th...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 February 1859

p fyftlti of foecfoft). LAWRENCE. K. T. gitarday Morning, Feb. 5, 1859. An Act of Jo.dc, It .rives us untold treasure to announce thfl rag of the bill, lubslantially as Ui.hJ ''7 Ui ,ast giving relier , nse bo w,re 8ffere dunng the Lurhmces between Nov. lt, 1855, and Dumber 1st, 1856. The final vote on :u nss-.siT w"s ' ;lken J""1 herre tne 8(1 LmnieDt on Friday evening last, when it .tori ayes 29, nays 5. The bill ha.l ly'passed the Council by a simi- overwhelming vote. We could not voJ running np our flag on the occasion. It s n act of justice to those who guffer- everything but death, daring those dg.-alti'es; and though Congress should rrst to assume the debt, those who Aarein the benefits resulting from the ".r,"les of the early pioneers, should r.0 s. me little extvnt its losses. In Session. The District Court of Douglas runty, it the special provisions of a late act cf'.Ls Territorial Legislature extending it criminal jurisdiction over the counties (,!Vun, Lykins and Bourbon,...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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