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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 March 1859

m Jrm th Leatmtcorth Herald. Conservatism. ' ' In these Utter day of radical extremes, when the wildest ideal are boldly ad vanced, and the moat ultra theories ea gerly embraced, the virtue of conserva tism, like the brightest of jewel, is vain able by the reason of iu rarity. Not that there are not those who profess to be guided by its calm suggestions, bnt that they are only comparatively no, and claim a wondrous heap of credit because they do not follow where crack-brained fanat ics would lead. Conservatism in a com mon word it is the professed creed of every one ; yet common as it is, as a word and as a faith, it is perhaps the most un common and nnfrequcnt of all of our car dinal virtues. . There are few tnat under stand its nature, even fewer than the num ber of those who follow its simple teach ings, and whiUt we claim no peculiar ex emption from the general ignorance, we propose to give our views upon the sub ject, even though they serve to illustrate our position that it is...

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. — 19 March 1859

OF FREEDOM, Xerm:--Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "TRUTH CEUSBED TO EABTH 8HALL RISE AGAIN." A Family Newspaper Independent on AH Subjects, "BYG. W.BROWN-&' CO." LAWRENCE, KANSAS, MARCH 19. 1859. ' 7 ' ' NUMBER 33 VOLUME 4. AN ACT for the organization, superriiiioa and main tenanre f Common School. Be it enacted by the Governor and Initiative Assembly of the Ter ritory of Kansas : Section 1. There shall be elected, at the general election in the year 1660, aud every one jear there after, a Territorial Snperintendent of Common Schools, who shall hold bis office for the term of one year, and until his successor Is duly elected and qualified. Sej. 2. The said superintendent sln'l, before he enters upon tho du ties of his office, take and subscribe u oath or uffiruiation to support the Constitution of the United States and the Organic .ct of this Territory, ami faithfully to discharge tho du ties of h's office to the best of his ability, which omh or affirmation shall be filed 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. — 19 March 1859

He. Jfci.d of B-eedoh). CEO. W. BHOtt'Jf, Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MORXIXG, IARCII 19, 1859. TEBXS St. OS FEB AMSrM. IX ADVASCE Hen kail tfce Preestke FmlArickttublali tW4 kr aartr. ui akrtkeS hj gmlm, PleSs4 kiit t Tnith, t Utterly Law. S r iwmi , ! Ftu ikiU m Tm afcscrlbera. (X) When the terra for which -ratacriben re ceiving their papers by nail or at the Pnft-oflice if ont or nearly tn, we convey the intellifieoe br a cross at the end of their name, like the one at tiie commencement of thii notice. This will aiTe all a f&ir opportunity to know when their time it np, and wrre aa an invitation to renew their lubecr-lpti-ma. JT7 Ejtra cnpjea of the Iterald of freedom pat op in wrapper for mailirjct if deaired, can be baa at the Office. Price, Five Ceou each. The Osawatotnl Convention. s We took occasion, the other day, for the first time, to glance over the appor tionment of the Osawatomie Republican Convention our attention having been directed to it by an article co...

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. — 19 March 1859

Jlja ifefyfo of B-eedoty LAWRENCE. K. T. Satnrdty Morning, March 19, 1859. Poor Ccnway. Tha press rery generally, throughout the country, are doing their full share to wards immortalizing M. F. Cohway, for his cowardly assault on Dr. Robinsos. TA'ith Crtin, he must exclaim, "Mypun. iihment is greater than I can bear." We absolutely regret Conway's position. He was a man of warm, generous impulses, and many good traits of character. His overtowering ambition was his greatest enemy. Had he contented himself with "biding bis time," and allowed the peo ple to have called him to their service when they wanted him, instead of thrust ing himself in their way, the time would have come when he would have occupied a front position in the politics of Kansas bat he had detached himself from all his early associates in the Kansas struggle, bad connected himself with the boys, of which Lane and Thacher are the ac knowledged leaders, and made war upon those who could have best aided him. The resul...

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. — 19 March 1859

COKTINUED TOOK FIRST PAGB. , law to return his warrant to the clerk of the district, such treasurer shall make out and deliver to the county clerk a statement, in writing, con taining a description of the lots and pieces of land upon which such taxes remain bo unpaid, together with the amount of tax assessed to ea?h; and he shall make and subscribe an affidavit to such statement, before some justice of the peace, or other person authorized to administer oaths, that the taxes mentioned in such Statement remain unpaid, and that, after diligent efforts, he has been unable to collect the same ; and whenever any school district shall embrace pans of more than one county, the treasurer shall make his return, as aforesaid, to the county clerk of the counties in which such parts of such district may be situ ated. Sec. 83. The county clerk, upon delivery to him of such statement, shall give a certificate' to the trea surer of the amount of taxes so re maining unpaid, as the same shall appear...

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. — 26 March 1859

f IV 110 Terms: Two Dollars Fer Annum In Adrance. "TRUTH CECSHKD TO EARTH SHALL EISK AGAIN." A Family Newspaper Ind ependent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, MARCH 26, 1859. NUMBER 34-VOLUME 4. wu Oil LL 1L MjIL AL ILS HJ Hrmn to the People. BT C. B. STUaBT. v i . bo blessed with warrior strength, To wield the ward and wear the glaive. Or rise loeouqueror's fame at length, Proclaims the good or makes the brave. To have the power to bide the Morn, And rise above the hate and atrife Of those to wealth and title born. Is the crown'd courage of oar life. What are the swords that prop a king The banners in hisamir's van To itrenath of soul tbat dare to sprinc. And show the monarch in thenw" Kings and the mightiest men of arms, Strong as the heads of realms they bide, Sport a tbe may with fortune's charms. They are like leaves upon the tide. In dim of old sepnlehers ther lie. The feast of tilenee and deear. While the true world beatetb high And Ihronesiteelf upo...

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. — 26 March 1859

He Jfetyld of Breedoh). CEO. IV. URW1t Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. BATDEDAY MORNING, MARCH 26, 1869. TEBXt.-tt.0e PER AHHCII.IS ADVAHCE Hera .tall tkc Preaatk reaala'arla-ktiaulatala Cwatt't J aarty, aaa aaarlkct kj gala, Plaa4 kat t Trata, Ubcrty ' Law. S. ra..r.waj.a..aaa.r.ar.kaUae. To Sakucriben. (X) When the term for which snbterifeers re ceiving their papers br mail or at the Post-office it out or uearly we eonvey the inlellieene by eroea at the end of their name) like the one at the commencement of this notice. This will (ire all a fair opportunity to know when their time u np, and aerve as an invitation to renew their 'ubseriptiuni. JO Extra eopies of the Ttrnld of Freedom put up in wrappers for mailing, if de'irad, can be had at the Office. Price. Five Cents each. Eerolution and Disunion. For upwards of two yean it has been apparent that the radical of the Free State party were laboring to bring on a . civil war, and that their object was plun der and a dissolution of the Ame...

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. — 26 March 1859

Jjjs JJelfl of JVcedoty. LAWRENCE. K. T. gatirday Morning, March 26j 1859. Okssrlng Indication. List week we received sixty-two new subscribers from Fort Scott, aod large number from other post offices in Kac M AVe are indebted to W. Gallaheb, Esq., postmaster at Fort Scott, for the gret of these favor. During the last year, he has sent us nearly one hundred ,uiseribcrs from his immediate vicinity, and all has been done voluntarily, and without fee or reward, save the conacien cioasness of having done a meritorious act. It has been tauntingly remarked that our list was growing the fastest in Democratic and Pro-slavery localities. We would a thousand times prefer it to be to. In the first place, a Pro-slavery man's two dollars is just as good to us as it would be if given by the most extreme fire-eating radical who opposes him. And then it is Pro-slavery men and Democrats to whom we would rather address our re marks, and convince them by persuasion that our positions were the best on...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 March 1859

Fik' Fk. Th shade of night were gathering fast. As through a Western village passed A youth, who bore, 'mid loud acclaim. The herald of a straugor's name, Pike's Peak?' Hi brow war gay. hi eye was bright. And ere the gloom of silent night Had closed around, he gave a yell. Which echoed far, o er hill and dell, - Pike's Peak 1" O'er cheerful hearths he saw the light Of hick'ry fires, so warm and bright. But to hit banner stilt be clung. As o'er the town his anthem rung, "Pike's Teak!" "Try not to go," the farmer said. " y n 'II loose the scalp from off your head; A tear bwlewed his dark blue eye. And still he answered with a sigh, Pike's Peak"' "Beware the Red-man's angry breath! 'Tit but the harbinger of death !" But still all these he yet defied; Asd wiih tbatc'arion voice replied, " Pike's Peak 1" s At break of dnr with manly step Me bid farewell while round him wept His many frionds; he sallied out. And with that ever piercing shout, " Pike's I'eak t" With fabling dreams of gold,...

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

5 ( . I - 4 Xerms:"Tnro Dollars Per Annnmln Adrance. " TECTfl CEUSHED.TO IAETH SHALL EISE AGAH." A Family IVewspaprr Independent on AH Subjects. NUMBER 35-VOLUME4. BY G. W. BROWN & fhr Ou Herald trtedom. Whistle owrs the lave e't. .'- IT BOBIB MOBS. I'm sore oppressed on ever hud By fortuae'i eald and ftern demand. That plants as on life's shifting sand, To whistle own the lave o't, ' Fond friends will fade like enow In Jane, ' Or dew that bathe the tamers it noon, ld thus lb tend as (41 too toon -v To whistle owre the lave o't. Bat while there's dew to paint the lip. . And spmrklinf f obleU bright to tip, ., Deep in the rap of jot wttt dip. And whistle owre the Uvso't. Then rare re tempests in dispalr, And haninr ruin mk jronr lsur. . - Anl to it in defeat repare, Ta whistle owre the lave o't. For, since the past is blaok as night. And future bodee do better fight. We'll make the present doubli bright. And whistle owre the lare o't. Writua, xpres.lj for the Htrale of Tr4m: tCOr...

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

lije geld of sPrecdofc,. GEO. W. BBOWKi Edit. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. 8ATUSDAY MOKXING, APRIL 1,1$ TEIII M.M PER lS!tm. IS 1DTAXCI Here .A-.ll the Prettk PMWriiktoulilaii Pwair'S r partr. ee SrlS4 by gala, Fte4ct kat ! Trath, t Llkcrtr Law, ' . Km Faverswajrs as. eatf a Fear skall aw. Te Subscriber. (X) Whn the term for which subscribers T ecivin their pspw by m-.il or at the YrC$ft inAQt or neflrly to, we eoovcy the intellia-ne b a cross at the end if their name, tike the iv at the fnniinencemei't of this notice. Thin wil rive all a fnir opportunity to know when tbci tm is np. and ktj u as invitation to reuev thiir iubcr.p'aon. Ex copies of the Herall of Fronton oat up in wrmmrs for mailins. if leired, ea. be had at the Office. Price, Fire Cents each- Free State Convsnaoo. The Leavenworth L'Jgcr, in respect tr our suggestion for a Free State Conventiot at Big Spring', say : "The idea suits our notions exactly." The editor then com plums of the Repul lican and Democratic manifestoes for c...

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. — 2 April 1859

i I i LAWRENCE, K. T. gaturiay Morning, April 2, 185. Hardware Establishment. ' k - Mr. Barker, at tho Mammoth Store nd Hardware Store, ha recently receded , jtrj heavy addition to bit former, stock and is now particularly prepared to tap ply minora and those going out npon the pliint, with outfittinj gooJa. Shovels, pick,, pans, rockers, and in fact every thing needed by the miner in the way of bird ware, can be procured from bit exten sive assortment. Passing hit store rooms s few day ago, we observed a new sheet iron stove, weighing, probably, not to ex ceed ten pounds, fitted np with an oven or baking, and designed for campers. It itemed just the thing for such a purpose, .particularly on the plains where wood is K very scarce. We suppose, too, that renin could be nsed in it for heating pur poses, to good advantage. Farmers will do well to examine his stock of plow and ' agricultural imple ments generally, a large stock of which be keeps constantly on band, and embra cing every ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 2 April 1859

1 EJacadoa, mi f - , . ... i i. 4 gladly draw tie attention of every pfent od Boardian iu the land. It is one which ia wirtby the deepest consideration of our country and of every other. When we speak of Elucation, we have Dot reference exclusively or particularly to th tt part of it styled book learning, or which is learned from book, but we mean the education of nature. It is cot enough for a man to ba well qualified in any branch of learning, if he has obtained that qualification only through the medi um, of written thought, only by storing in his mind the essence of whit was the result of the exercise of the intellectual power of others; it is not enough that a man should have his brain crowded with what has crowded many a brain before, or thd, it be able only to think in the same train that some great votary of wisdom thinks, or that he figures along the line of some established rule, unable or unwilling to cross it, but he needs an originality iu his education.. A man to be st...

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. — 9 April 1859

- :1 I.VIiO OF MOW LL u u; ii a aw r y - . . .. ' 1 : 1 t Term:--T wo Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN." , A Family Newspaper Independent on All Subject. , , i 1 1 , i, i, i ' i i . i - - i 1 1 i - , . i hp M..-I- i . i I -s BY G. W. BROWN & CO. - LAWRENCE, KANSAS, APRIL 9. 1859. " - NUMBER 36 VOLUME 4. j i Yonder art three men approaching the fort. They come near are commanded to halt. They are met by a larger nam -: ber of men from the fort, and a consulta tion talced place. The strangers wish to be assured that they will not ba molested. They receive that assurance, and tlurn. Another day has dawned. A small posse from Fort Scott, led by the Mar shal, who has writs to serve on several individual connected with the court, make their appearance. They come near the fort they hesitate, they halt. have to grapple with fearful odds. It is useless; they are not sufficient in num bers. They return to Fort Scott. Another day. Another posse, in nam...

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. — 9 April 1859

i ; : i It F .1! M 'it II 1 Ji' i 1 I,-1' r t t i 3 41 I- t. if ! 'Yti. it i 1 ' 5 t t i p , t ft i . """ "i.""" . Gr.O. BBOr. EUItr LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MiULNIXG. APRIL 9, lHb3 rEHi".s.cc it.r 4sm,ni iiivimi: . 7 Mr- .kail the Or IH. Ox.Jr'.rlr.t'mal.tal. l-atar T early. d ajthrlt. h clnt MaaeI . Tr.th. . MWrnr mm Law, ! r.r.ajo.. .04 o fear -hall a. X bs ri lvrr. . IVIi-n Ihe term f.,r which piiherrhVrs r--ei-nt thir n-ipr- b mill nrat the l'..t- m i..ut .rn.-rl w e-.nve the intellan-ne bj a ernse at the er.il i.f Ih.ir r.m., like the on a; ihe e .mir. -nc.-ine'.t .,f thi natter. Thi will cive all a f -.r j,p..rtmiit t.. kn. w when ih-ir Mn i. np. 4rve at a i inritation to reu. tlmruberipttr.na. . TP Kx ra n.pi r.f the ltmld freedom V'i' op in wrarn tx f.r in tilinr. if (Inured, can bia l at the Offl;e. 1'rire. Fire Cent each. bn Suttmeaii Conflict. An effort has been made during the last year, to m ike it appear that the en tire Fruii State pirty rf Linn ami Bourbon C0tini(...

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. — 9 April 1859

JL, lawkknce. k.t. g.turda? Mst-Ib". April , 1839. -rThe letter frm Big Spring, .ignedi bT fif'V-Slx fr-six. r red IV-ae vo.ci't - .'d also that t.f Jiidi- Smith, will re 1. . . a V ... -.1 1 with a'"'"'"? -"--'. i r - fir V U..,,w t,l, SrHCTLEB, U. IV. ilOLMDAT. r,sq.. c,b;PomeR't, 0. C. Bsnws. Dr. G I LP AT s Dr. R"BisfoK, and other leading ..sr? We believe they will all write ..,; "Don't 2've up the ship." "Our troutM" , iai'l Benton, comes irom an. politicians. our safety from the trsn- )!, with the Free State party ? Where the mm who is not hoping to get ,n r.ffi'-e thnmh the Repulilican organi jiti.ni, who desired such, an organization f-r Ki'is' nnt'' we are State in the r;,,i.in, and Dve " vo'co nat'ODa' P" incs fry The Postmaster at Paolo, Lykina cmr.iv, hi our thtnks for a club of twen-t-to subs' ribers from that place, accom paid with tU cath. lie write us that ths W' is deservedly popular with all c!.iJ", and that ho will be able to consul --jli!v increase the list. He 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. — 9 April 1859

i Continutd from Jirri page. day from the Huum to make provision for the payment of the money. That U the proper and the honorable mode of dispos ing of the question, aod there will be no ' difficulty in doiDg it with all the rest of the Indians, and laving the rights of all- parti ei. From my knowledge of the par ties, I xa tare there need be no difficulty , in inducing them to do that ; bat whether that be boot not, it is an obligation of the United State to do that under treaty, and the Indians have the right to ask that . their rights, under the treaty, whatever they are, shall be complied, with. 1 will not take np the time of the Senate by reading the long preamble? the trea- -' ty which seta forth the fipf that these Indians bad purchased with their own means, apprehending the accumulation of white people would compel them to seek other lands for their hunting grounds, a right to live with the Menomoneee; and .'by an arrangement with the United States, at a period anterior to ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 16 April 1859

OF Terms:--Ttro Dollars Per Annum In Adrancc. " TROTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL REE AGAIN." A Family NewspaperIndependent on All SutoJcctB. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, APRIL 16. 1859. NUMBER 37-VOLUME 4. r 3 ini ifial rroo i o Trail to tha Femre. Trait to the Future. Tho' gloomy and ebeer- Prowl th" dark Put like a ghost at hr baek, Lnok not behind thee; be bpeful and fearleee: Steer 'nr the rilht war. and keep tn the iraek! Flint "ff derir it ha drench like a giaat Sb"Uldr th Honxne, and. boldly dr&anl. Cure lo Ihe Rirht rtand unmnred and nnpliantl Faith and liod'i promise thabrarc oarer lack. Trait to the Fotnre : the Present mar fricht tn-e. Knnwlineaof'arfullreloseet tbf aide: Fnee it unmoved. ami do present can blight thee: lie who -tan'is oma eaeo oiaat s nail ao'aei Jisrer a Mures but the tainted air need it: Nererastorm bat the sunshine sne'eeds it; Eaeh has a lesson, and be alone readi it Jtif hllr who take it and makes it hie guide. Trnt to the Fntur: it st...

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. — 16 April 1859

Ilje Jfefii5offKedohj. GEO. W. BBOW5 Editor. LAWRENCE. 'KANSAS." SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 1359. TEBate . FKR AKKCat.IS ADVAHCK re A all Ul Press tee Fvesle'sria-ktssealataia Caaw'a a J tartr. aaA aaerle 7 sel Fleaa;e4eateTnta.ta Liberty aa Law, Faverewara as. aaaae Fees shall awe. . Te Ssibeerlbere. . (XI When the tarm for which snbseribers re- eeivirc their paper hi mail or at the Fost-ofliee if not or nearly bo, we ennrev the inteHiprnc by a erose at the end of their name, like the one at the eommenoement of thin notice. This will fire all a fair opportunity ta-know when their feme is np, and terra a an invitation to renew toeir inbacriptions. TO Extra eoplei of the ITtrald of Trttdm at np in wrapners for msilinr, if rtwired, can p bad at the Office. 1'riee. r ire i,ents eacn. A Fixed Fact. Valuble Latter. " Th Three Pardee. To every citizen of Kansas it is appa rent that if the Free State organization is abandoned, its place will be filled by a Democratic or Republican organiz...

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. — 16 April 1859

- LAWRENCE. K. T. .', sjmriay Mornlsff, April 18, 1H9. pc!fgte Convention. Free State Delegate Conven . will be held at Bi-r; Springs on t 12th (by of May, to re-, "-nnize the Free State party of K'siims upou tLo busis of the Big Cnrjj.gs platform, adopted in 1855. Each county or district will be en--i'leJ to tlioEaine representation in a.a Covention, as is provided in lis Act of tlie Legislature of 1859, filiio e Convention to frame a Constitution for ths State of Kan c,. Tiie past of the old Free State rjrtv !3 brilliant; to it, the peoplo K;u-:- are to-day indebted for :r. present prjoperity, and their1 l-yi t'wr a still more prosperous fu :.. Let it.s mission le fulfilled ! L t ail the freemen of Kansas come f.-rward, and enter their protest jifnitist a wanton violation o the iuiunn covenant entered into by the free State men of Kansas, at Big springs, in September, 1855. ,jr Persona from all parts of the Ter- ::jry are requested to forward list of .acs, to the lUraldof Freedom ...

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