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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 16 April 1859

. Th Sacrst History of luut. We Cali the attention of our subscribers to an article on the fir.t page of our paper, . copied from the Herald of Freedom. It CODtaics certain important revelations, bowing the true object and iutention of the Kansas agitator an. I conspirator. Vr'e have long been familiar until many of the "atartliug" facia it rereals, which we long since pubVishe.-l, as the reader of our aper will remember. We are aware that many person have been slow to be lieve that so iufauiuus a conspiracy ever existed in Kansas; the testimony is so clear, aud so conclusive on the subject, as to leave no room fur doubt. Ol this fact, the American people seem to have be come convinced. It is well known that the Herald of Fntlom is now and ever has been a firm believer in the leading doc trines, measures anil isms of the Republi can organization, but refuses to defend or countenance conspirators, thieves and murderers, but on the contrary denounces them. Fur this he is charged by th...

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. — 23 April 1859

Term:Tiro Dollars Per AnnumIn Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EABTH SHALL RISK AGAIN.". A Family Newspaper Independent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, APRIL 23, 1859. NUMBER 38-VOLUME 4. Longing. BT JAMES Kt-KKKU. LOWILL. Of ll the myriad mo- d of mind That throneN she foul eme thronging, Which one was e'er so dear, so kind, So beautiful, an Loneig? The thing we long fr. that we are For one trao-cendent moment, Bef'-re the Fr -sent poor and hare Can make its sneering corjment. Still, tbrooghour paltry s tir and strife. Itlowadnwn the wished Ideal, And Longinr moldi.ini,, what Life Carves n the marh , . To let tb. new life 'J,',., Desire oust opJ tn, u, . ; , Ferueps the lor.-lng ta be so . Helps make tue immortal. Lmi,inK i Qod's fresh heavenward will ourpoor earths ard striving; v : . i . i . i " ".aeneh it that we mas be still .ootenl wim merely living; n at would we learn that heart's full scope Which we re honrly wronging. Car iives ma.t eiimb frm hupe to ...

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. — 23 April 1859

CEO. XT. BBOW.t, Editr. LAWRENCE. KANSAS, .v BATDRDAY. MOEXKG, APRIL 21.13&D. TCIVI . PEK AXaVX.IJI ADTAIOK Her tll t PrwtkePU'HchUaulBtslB Fmw'a-hr party, aa akrta4 kr r'a. PUdccd tat ta Tratfc. t Liberty and Law. !f- irvarawa-'a aa. and aa Far ahatl aww , - T Subscribers. (X) When th term for which nbtcriben re ceiving their paperf brmail or at the ot-onlc6 1 uat or nearly s we convey tba intelligena by cr?flat the eud of their names, like the one at the commencement of thU notice. This will (ire all a fair opportunity to know when their ime it np. and serve aj an invitation to renew their Mubscriptione. O Extra copies of the ITtrald of FrmSom tut op iu wrapper! for mailiti if dtaired, can e bad at the Office. Prioe. five Cents each. Correction. . In an article, two weeks ago, in reply to the White Cloud Chief, we observe that the language employed on that oc casion conveyed a very different mean ing from what we intended. Speaking of Mr. Goodik, and others, we said : "The ext...

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. — 23 April 1859

- . , rot tU Braid tffr-ia. , Latter from Dr. Hunting. Maxhattan,' April 15, 1859. " Fbhsd Bbowk; Inclosed you will find two dollar, or which, please tend the UeraHqf Freedom, for one Tear, com mencing with the commencement' of the Jay-hawker. I have taken it from its first number, until ' within a few wee and I regret to say, that I hare no'a tn able before this, to raise the tw 0 q required for ita continuance , j aj wayi regarded it as the ut naner nub- lished in the Terri To ,hoM who desire reliable information, It is invalua ble. I canrt aupenae with its weekly visits. 4 j,,ve gain toorB fcIlfi better infor!Oation from your paper, than from rjy other source. I have several books Ohio State amel Iain LawCalltn. 01 scraps in sale-Keeping, taken irom tbe rpniS Initiation has been removed to Cleve- jll-j ifc "f IK- LAWRENCE, K. T. ; l Aturday Morilng, April 23, 1859. nlea-at CooTe.tleB. Free State Delegate Conven tion will be held at Big Springs on tie 12th day of Ma, 1859, to re "...

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. — 23 April 1859

Continued from first page, rifle from the Sheriff and then decamp. He escapee, an 1 walks with We ftet cmm ti.e prairie for more than a mile. Ami now the jiy-hawker are in camp near Blue Mound, and are exulting over the iDCcess of their recent expedition. So mnch, and 'ih a varied amount of bootv U not often obtained in to short a time, and with no danger at all. Jay hawking has certainly paid well this time. - - Halloa there, Rags ! yon seem to make, for once quite a respectable aearance. Where did you get that now suit ?' ' "O, I have lately made a purchase of a new suit ; wore the raga long enough ; left them at the head of Cull Creek. If you are interested about the rags, you can fiod them there." ' "You earned d near leaving tbem at the Springs, when tba young lady pointed the gun at you." "D n her. who would have thought she had such courage. SUo is fierce and fearless, and would not run if she saw the devil." "That's so, for yon put her to the trial. But why draw your revolve...

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. — 30 April 1859

v till, ,7 1 ii ! ! I Peri. . ' I ?si5 i ' " 'MFF fa Terras: Tiro Dollars Per Annam In Adrance. " TEUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN." A Family IVewspaperIntlepcndcnfon All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, APRIL 30. 1859. NUMBER 39-VOLUME 4. Of "ori J,. f'K.- 'n. ""Not, I Muslim,. aprli mar p Malm-wi I "'"""en. A Siljt. M, l.c 'unoan'. n lui ' Will ft- it fi r ne: r'Tt-ive MfMth '1TII. wsriiinj i. A. H. I luittw Biia.tliS i Rivet t-li. . in ac-1 IM.-.-d f.irt!,. i. via I e.xinrp I I in uutj in LD.S. SllA-i. . Hard- IE, (1 CSjCI Jill ia XK.. I'uri icH Lu luetr AN;'. ercbsrt i' Land er )S, sKB. Israel LCI. ,C0. ft A in it' ?' n. l ! V' T.t'K .an bi tf ,d 1" -1 usr t!C"J tint! ill. OS in, ,r Spring. BY ALFRED TINNVSOX. Dip down upon the northern hore. Oh sweet new year delaying long ; Tbou dost expectant nature wrong, Delating long ; delay no mora. What f Lavs thee from the clouded noons. Thy sweetness from its proper plaoe ? Can trouble live with April days. O...

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. — 30 April 1859

Ifa "ffehili of JtuMi). CEO. T. BBOffli EsUtr. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNIXG, APRIL 0,13b9. TEKMS es.ee FEB AXHCM.IS ADVAHCE Here akall tk Tnm tfca Pepla rtcbuaaalatata lfeaw y sartj. aS aria' r gala, Flir4btt Tnlk,la Lltirirui Law. . II FTrftwar Fr akAll Te lafceerlbers Ct) When the term for which "tibst-riber re saivinc thatf papri by mail or at the Pnst-nffiea if oat or scurfy ss veeonrcjr the intelligene br a eroeg et the ena nf their names, tike the one at the commencement of thin notice. This will rive all a fair opportunity to know when their time ia up, and surra as an invitation to renew their subscriptions. JO Extra copies of the JTrad of Fretdom put up in wrappcra fr mailing, if desired, can be had at the Office, Fries. Fire Centa each. -. Raaaona Lseldmate. , We cannot see why Mr. Brow oppos ' es the Republican organization ao strong, when he has coincided with it, mid for merly supported John P. Hale for the Presidency. Why -seek to divide the friends of Freedom. L...

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. — 30 April 1859

tfe!3 of B-eefoty'. : f LAWRENCE, K. T. Saturday Morniiijr, April 30, 1859. Stlsct row DiliftM. The friends of the Fre State organi utitn, and who are opoaed to an oran. Mtiou of the Democratic or Republican p ir'.ies in KarJj unt;j wa aTe a State in the Union mu,t be extremely active in icjt'.n" arrangements for the asme. F rtrv eountv in the Territory should be xeffitc-l by delegates, aa a platform will be adopted there which will guide he oIJ party onward to victory. . A Free State Territorial Executive Committee will be appointed, and the party will be put in shape to defeat ita ancient enemy, the Democracy, and iu new enemy, which jj laboring to supplant the old party of adorn by its insidious wiles. Bat a little time, to oar distant readers, is left them to prepare for the contest. As far as jracticsble, delegates should be elected r,r districts, and not by counties, as we do not get so good a representation of the roice of the people by electing by whole- Odd Fellows' Festiva...

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. — 30 April 1859

r;; :i f i ' I ' ! 1 l Aw i i, V!.: t ; J! ! Continued from frtt page- ipell-bound, and gaze en' that fatal spot. How changed the sky. Dark clouds roll onward and overcast the circling horizon; hideous blackness shuts out and shrouds all mortal vision, and still that old man stirs not, speaks not, but gazes, peers in the direction of that dreadful place. Tremulous, voiceless he stands, wrapped in tho folds of that blackness; lie heeds, ho sees it not; his eyes are fixed in their gaze, his mind is upon the dead. And thus that old man stands there, soli tary, gazing, pondering, voiceless, motion less. What wild, dark thoughts possess his mind? Does he meditate, purposes of direful, dreadful revenge.? Does he pledge . himself anew upon the bloody altar where the innocent have been immolated, to renewed efforts in behalf of oppressed and suffering humanity? We know not We only know that wrapped in tbe shroud of that starless, ray less, blackness, he stands, mindless of the world around ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 7 May 1859

a . '.i K. w. .. v." , .... . ,. ... . ,. : llitD':if FREEiOl; Terms:--Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "TRUTH CECSHED TO IAETH SHALL EISB AGADf." 1 . . A Family Newspaptr-Indepcndenl o?AH Subiecli. "bY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, MAY 7. 1859. -NUMBERiffi VOLUME 4. For th Herald of Trttdom. Xtespand Sou BT Hf XBT SOTSTOX. So sorrow's cares enihroad thee. Like tbe ps'l of night. And darksome gric-f becloud thee. Of Heaven's beat light? Ii beaten closed OTer thee. And art thou cheeriest. No earthlr hope before thee. To ray, be fearless? Does Love's faithful, earnest clasp Come to thee from none? Has Woe caught thee in its (-rasp And claimed thee its own? Hast thou in wild anguish cried, I am ruined, lost, Mir inmost soul sorely tried, My heart tempest toss'd? Does thy heart, onee arm and brave. Fervently implore, Tbvn may est approach the crave. And rest evermore? Then bid thy soul awaken, (iod and man thy heart Give, with pare purpose taken. Acting well thy part. Danish ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 7 May 1859

CEO. W. BBOVSt Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. BATCSDAY MQBXIXG,' SAY 7. 1C&9. TtttXS S9.0O PES AXVTM.I-t ADVANCE tier shall tke Preset People's rla-htsaaaiatala Curt ay party, aaa aabrlae by arala, PIea4alTrath,ta.lbrtraa4Law, .. ravar.waya.aaSa-caraellawe. To Saba-crlber. ' f X) When the term for which subscriber re eiving their paper! by mil or at the Vnst-t'fliee iiost or nearly o, wo convey the intelligent by a cross at the end of their name like lb rme - at tbe commencement of this notice. This will give all a fair opportunity to know when their time is op, and serve m aa invitation to renew their subscription! VCf Extra copies of the ITerald of Freedom ' ppt on in wraimera for mailine. if desired, can te had at the Office. Fries, five CenU each. Baiter Be Sight. It is truly gratifying to gee that the people remaiu true to their pledges, and have determined cot to abandon the " Free State organization. Every day we see stronger and stronger evidence of a fixed purpose to keep th...

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. — 7 May 1859

Jljfl Sehili of BreeSoty. LAWRENCE. 1C T. Sitirday Mornlnff, Maj 7, 1859. tgj- The letter of Hon.F. P. Stanton, in Beply to Mr. Heath's letter, published in the llepuV.ican, fully meets the argu ment of that gentleman, and knocks his position into a cocked hat. Whatever tbs advocates of the Osawatomie Con vention may urge in favor of their posi tion, it is a pleasure to know that the facts, arguments and people, are all with the Free Slate movement A Good Appointment We are happpy to observe that C. V. Eskbii8! of Emporia, has been commissioned Probate Judge for Breck- enridge county. Mr. Eskridge is a young man of decided ability and great prom ise, and is destined to figure conspicuous ly in the future politics of this Territory, Ilia strict integrity and noble bearing has :ren Lim a strong hold upon the people. f ree Stale County Conreattsa. The friends of Freedom in Doug las county, who are opposed to the organization of the Democratic and Republican parties in Kansas at this ti...

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. — 7 May 1859

Official. . Proclamation. -' In puranane of the second section of an Act passed by the last Legislative Assem bly of the Territory of Kansas, entitled "An Act providing for the formation of a Constitution and State Government of the State of Kansas," I, Samuel Mebabt, Governor of the Territory of Kansas, do proclaim to the People thereof, that, at an election held on the 28th day of March, 18511, as provided by law, the vote for and against a Consti tution resulted in favor of a Constitution and State Government, as shown by the louowmg tacic, 10 wit r n . a h 8 ft" I I? -11 ' o m a p 176 7 183 308 32 310 333 47 308 313 16 329 .15 2 17 184 134 318 343 102 535 403 .164 569 92 1 93 107 47 154 21'J 202 421 301 ti5 3tifi Wi 2TZ 12til 341 6 347 C3 14 78 120 3'J 153 r 00 29 "5 119 54 173 35'J 7 42il 121 121 254 31 285 77 4 814 COUKTItS. Allen, no returns Anderson Atchison Bourbon Breckenridg Brown, no returns Bnxlerick, no returns Butler Chase, no returns Clay, no returns 1 Coney Davis, n...

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. — 14 May 1859

. . i'i Term:--Two Dollars Per Annum In Adrance. ."TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL EES AGAIN." A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Subjects. 1 i BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, MAY 14. 1859. NUMBER 41 VOLUME 4. ror tk, UmlA of rrndom. Taoothis of Hon. T aUHLO OLirBlNT. While evening ' shadow? twilijht linear O'er the towerins mountain's erest. And night, with toft and dewr fingers. I. gentlr toothing U to reel; And rprius's bright flowers re nodding round me. And gentlest breexef fan mr brow. Whose low, sweet melodise bare bonnd mo In raptnring thought aaoa ther flow; " When night birds raiie their hymns of glad ness, Or fold their wings In sweet repose, O'er my lost spirit tomes a laiaesa, .-- ' "The silent tear unbiddon flows. For fading joys like withered blossoms. Are strewn along the solemn put. Oar early friends, our eherished pleasures. From our lone pathway all are east. My childhood home; far brighter, fairer. Than boundless wealth or fame could be. Its homely joys...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 14 May 1859

Xfye geild of lireedcty. GEO. W. BBOWKt Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. 8ATUEDAY MOKXIXG, BAY II, 18bD. TlttHI St.eo PER ASS Cat. IX ADVAKCE Km (kail the PrcMthe Peeale'srlskUaulataia Plcig hat tm Trata, t Liberty an Lav. Ma Fvoraware.aaB fear shall aw. To kabacrlbrra. (X) When the term for which subscribers re ceiving their pper by mail or at the Post-ofBr U out or nearly m we eonvey the intellie-ene by aer6 at the end of their nanjes, like the one at the commencement if this nntiee. This will (rio all a fair opportunity to know when their time U np, and serve a an invitation to renew their subscriptions. rCT" Extra eiples of the ITtrald of freedom tat up in wrappers for mailing if desired, can e had at the Office. J'rioe. l ira Cent each. The Position of the Herald. To prevent any old or new subscriber from complaining of us for not acting consistent with our professions, we again pnt upon record the fact that we are ex. trema in our anti-slavery views, and if our connection with the Hk...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 14 May 1859

IP of freedom LAWRENCE. K. T. (atordaj Mornin?, May 14, 1859. Big Splint Convention. tfe have not room to upeek at length of this Convention, a we would wish this eek Tbe proceeding will be found at (I,gth elsewhere. The platform will B?et with universal approbation. The Convention wan not as fully represented j, wis desired, and yet there were from rtBtv-five to one hundred persona from Afferent parts of tbe Territory who par t f-pited in its deliberit:on. The utmost bjnnony characterized the proceeding, tiA every one went home feeling that it wa well he was there. The speeches were excellent. That of Gov. Staston will appear quite fully next week, as re tried ty Mr. Tbask. The proceedings of the Douglas County Convention we we compelled to omit for tint of room. Let tbe people in other counties go to work, organize, and prepare for a triumph. Victory is in our reach, and we must grsp it. iff" Gov. Cuaeles Robwsox is talked ,.f as a candidate for Congress, should the Y, j Spring Co...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 14 May 1859

Official. In pursuance of the second section of an Act passed by the last Legislative Assem- bhr of the Terntory of kaneas, entitled "An Act prondinp for the formation of a Constitution and State Government of the btate of Kansas," I, Samuel Medabt, Governor of the. - Territory of Kansas, do proclaim to the People thereof, that, at an election held on the 28th day of March, vm, as provided by law, the vote for and against a Consti- tution resulted in favor of a Constitution and btate Government, as shown by the following table, to wit : a n h n o Jr ST COC.tTlEI. - - Allen, no returns Anderson Atchison Bourbn Breckenridge Brown, no returns Broderick,no returns---." Butler Chase, no returns Clav, no returns Colfey Davis, no returns Dickison, no returns Doniphan r Douglas Dorn, no returns El Paso, no returns Franklin Fremont, no returns Godfrey, no returns Greenwood, no returns... Hunter, no returns...... . Jackson Jefferson Johnson Leavenworth Linn Lvkins, no returns Madison, no retu...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 May 1859

i 'I 1 i Xerra--Two Dollars Per Annum In Adrancc. " TRUTH CKC8HSD TO EAITH SHALL RISE AGAIN." ' A Family Newspaper Independent on AH Subjects BY G. W. BROWN & CO. . LAWRENCE, KANSAS, MAY 21. 1859. ; ; . - : - NUMBER 42-VOLUME 4. disturb her slumbers.. ' Let the pained heart sleep, and in the fairy land of dreams clasp lovingly the forms of vanished joys once more. Let them gather to their yearning bosoms again the hope treasures which have been borne away from them and buried like diamonds beneath the dark waters of life, and which can only be regained upon the gold-tinted, unreal shore of dream-land. She sleeps. Beau tiful and varied are the visions which throng around her like gronps of pure, gleeful, sportive children. Now she is a child once more, and enjoying unfolding life with that peculiar eagerness and. in tensity of feeling known only to our earlier yean. She pmui with rapidity from one condition to another, still more mature, un til the whole domain of her youthful ex...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 May 1859

5fei5 of Fcedoh). GEO. W. BKOWJT, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. BATUSDAY MOEXIXG, aiY21,18lD.; TEBKS es.ee PER AJfjrm. 1 ABVAKCX f r shall tka Frta tk P U'.H.ku.i..!., Vmm-m'd kj artr. n atkrl hti kj Kl, PMn4kalU Trtk.t. Uk.rt, a Lw, '"'".4"Fkallw. T Sabseribera. () When the term for which mbwrihtrr re ceiving their papers br mail or at the Put-office 11 out or nea.rU so, we enure the iatYUicracebj eeronat the end t their names like the on at the eommeneement of thia notice. Thif will rire all a fair opportunity to know when their time u np, aol serve M an invitation to renew their subscriptions. VO" Extra copies of the ITtralA nf Tretdam pot np in wrappers for mailing, if desired, ean be had at the Office, l'rice. Fire CenU each. The Oeawatomla Oonvaatfoa. The Convention for the organization of the Bepublican party in Kansas, was to have been held at Osawatomie on Wednes day last. This article is written while that body is probably in session, hence we are wholl ignorant of its action,...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 May 1859

Ifa SeiS of JfeeSoh). LAWItEfJCE, K. T. Saturday Bloralnff, Hay 21, 1859. pg-HoRACH Gbkelt, of the N. Y. Tribune, arrived in Leavenworth on the afternoon of Monday last, in company with Gen. Pomeroy, and left the Eam day on a steamer for Wyandott, en route tot the Osawa tomie Convention. - 1 Jlr. Greely appears in Kansas at this "time, according to the statement of the Leavenworth Ledger, agreea bly to the written request of & large number of straight-out Republicans, with the view of getting np some en thusiasm at the Osawatoinie Conven tion, which would not have existed but for the appearance of persons from a distance at that place, on that oc casion. So essential was it deemed that some prominent names should be mentioned in connection with the movement, the Osawatomie Herald announced that "Hon. Horace Greely, Gov. S. P. Chase, and lion. Fraxk P. Blair are expected to be present." From whence the assurances of this reasonable expect ation came, that Gov. Chase was coming to...

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