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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 May 1859

AX ACT To BeslrsJa Dram Shops and Taverns, and Reg ulate lbs Sal of Intoxicating Liquors. Bt it enacted ly tiie Governor and Legisla tive AttetnM'j of Ote Territory of Kansas: Section 1. That, before dram shop license, tavern license or grocery license shall be granted to any person applying for the same, such penon, if applying for a township license, shall present to the tribunal transacting county business, a petition or recommendation, signed by a majority of the householders of the town ship or the county in which such dram shop, tavern or grocery is to be kept, or, if the same is to be kept in an incorpo rated city or town, then to the city coun cil thereof, a petition, signed by a major ity of the householders of the ward in which said dram shop or tavern or gro cery is to be kept, recommending such person as a fit person to keep tho same, and requesting that a lice one be granted to him for such purpose. Sko. 2. That upon every license grant ed to a dram shop keeper, and upo...

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. — 28 May 1859

Mi if J i i - ' i; - . it . j 1 - '! -. t FREEDOM Tena;"TiTo Dollar Per Annnm-In Ad ranee. " "TEUTfl CEUSHKD TO EARTH. SHALL EISE AGAIS.7 . . A Family Newspaper Independent oa AH Subjecli. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. t LAWRENCE, KANSAS, MAY 28, 1859. V: : ' - NUMBER 43 VOLUME 4, , 11 The Heart Th He in. BT KMZA COOK. Tb heart the heart! oh! let it b A true and bounteous thing ; A kindly warm, M nobly free, Aj eagle's nestling wing. Oh! keep it not, like miser's cold. Shot in from all beaide; Bullet its precioasstorns unfold, In mercy, far and wide. The heart the heart that'f trulr blest Is never alt it own; Jin rar ef glory light the breast That beau for lf alone. The heart the heart! r,h! let it spare A iK rVwothW pain; . . - - Tbo breath that aootbea a brother eare. It never spent in vain. And though it throbs at gentlest toach. Or sorrow's faintest call. . 'T were better it ehonlcl ache too much. Thus never ache at all. The heart the heart, that's truly bleit, Is ne, -rail its own; ...

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. — 28 May 1859

geo. w. unovriv, Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING, OAT 28, 1359. TERMS 3. FEB AXJft H. I" AO V A3 CI Here shall the Presathe reile'rltl,tasaatataln l"aw'4 a aartr, aa eaartae 7 gala. Pl4r tat to Trath, t Liberty aat Law, if raverawara a, aa a Fear shall w. To Babacribers. (It) When the term for which subscriber re ceiving their paper by miil or al the Pit-nffioe ieout or nearly r w. eonvev the fntpll'geneebjr crosa at the end of their Dame, like the one at the commencement rf this notice. This will give alt a fair opportnnitr to know when their time ii np, and asrve a an invitation to renew thoir subscriptions. JT7 Evtra copies of the iKwuW Freedom cut up in wrnpners for mail inc. if desired, can be haa at the Office, l'rice, l ire Cents each. A Review. Reader, go back with us five years, to the 22d of May, 1854. Then the Kansas Nebraska Bill became a law, which re pealed the Missouri Compromise, and made the question of freedom or slavery for Kansas and Nebraska a race be...

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. — 28 May 1859

LAWRENCE. K. T. jjtarday Morning. May 28, 1859. Humour. After disposing of the jealousy U leeo Leavenworth mnd Lawrence, at nj.w.lumie, somo of the delegates .ansed themselves by "pitching" into Hobace Gbeelet and each other. Pa tct grcastical!y remarked, that of trse Greeley, sitting in hii sanctum, T,j from actual knowledge of the con. lima of Kansas, knew better the polit ical want of the people than they tbem ie!fWi 4D vu comPetent dictate to (bein what sort of a platform they ahonld lUBil on. H ,e1 off in fTor ' popular ,otereignty. Phillips, Thacher and others, de creed popular sovereignty aa advocated It the Democrats, to be a cheat, and were particularly severe on popular sovereignty Republicans. Conway, who had no oice In the Convention, was called out the evening after its dispersion and addressed ,,null crowd, taking the "ragged issua" tide, and "pitching into" Mr. Parrott. Sr-gones don't seem to be by-gones with aipiring politicians. When the l;ir.Vi of the Republican pl...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 28 May 1859

; 1 1 HI I "i 1 ii - I ii 1 i" ! I? 1 If t - If .0 ' I 5 i '2 ' it fi i t 1 51 Hi ! hi 1 :3 1 ; - H ? -.ft U! it H i u J J; i i -T e It 3 v i i ir ! ! HI .! i i t ill. Oa th Basil of that Lob Bhrn. ' BT OXOBGS P. JfOnBIS. ' ,h b,,nk of th irw, ' Where the water-lilies -row, B.hed the faire'.Tweri that ever iilooiued and faded rears ago. How we met and loved anil parted, None on earth can aver know tiur bow pur and gentle-hearted seamed the mourned out rear ago! '.B-,V,.e ;rPam "' lil5c laden. ' !;!" "' future eurrent flow, 'Till in be yen I met the maiden, , iondiy cherished icarssgu! -Yta tnaUor like mine forget not; ji r" tna earn in weal and woe: . And that iur cf memorrset not in the grave of jeari ago. Th Dead Wif. la comparison with the loss of a wife, all other bereavement are trifles. The wife, she who fills 80 large space in tbe domestic heaven, eha who is so busied, so unwearied bitter, t.itt.?r is the tear that falls on her clay. You stand beside her grave, and thick of t...

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. — 4 June 1859

i ' ' ' t .'; ' " Tcrms:--Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO IARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN." A Family IVc'wspaper Independent on AH Subjects. "BY G. W. BROWN & CO. V LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JUNE 4, 1859. f NUMBER 44 VOLUME 4. i t I 1 May Flowsri. Children of the pathlesa wood, Ilwelling in deep S"litude, Horn of earth end biased of heaven, Vro-fscf love tht(jod bathgiren; Hedges from Hii bounteou band. When your gentle mother, Spring, Heard the happy robin sing. Then we nw ber. calm and alow. Lift the coverlet of now From Tour tiny forma, and press Your pare lip with tenderness. And we knew the lingered there, Whispering word of lore and prayer; For at last each sleeping ehild. I,mkirg upward, sweetly amiled, Withthe beauty of the skies Mirrored in iia dewy eyeel Low windawhispering through the trees: Jlreamy murmuring4 of bees; Notes of birds, and flow of rills; Jlusic that tbe ruin distills; Your a weet cradle sons are these. And unnumbered melodies. O, ye children of the ...

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. — 4 June 1859

ceo. xr. nnow.T, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATURDAY MGILMNG, J USE 4, ICfcO. TEUV949.lt PCD AJrNm.M AOTAXCI ir?rhall Ike PrtMtkc reaslcV right. aulata!' TJaa v'd y party, 4 brf Wi ffala, Plmi but ta Truth, im Liberty aaS Law, Km raTsrswajsas.aalasrrahaUaw. - To Subscriber. ' ( Whn the term for wliieh piiVrrrfcers re- ciieinr their jMrier. bym'd r.rt t1i lv.t-rlfi ianilt or ot-nrly f?rnnT the intMl'peneebj aerostat t!ieer,l f th- ir nanies. like tho n" a the e.ttrimt-tieemerft f thi r-Mice. This will rive nil a fur opportunity ta knew when their time is nt. a'ul serro as ail invitation to renew their uer;Blions. TT? Ez'n ei,rrM .f ihe ITrraltt nf FrtrJon put up iu wrnmers frr ir.ailirg. if desired, ea:. b ) Im I at the l!flco. 1'ricc. I- ire UiBK eaco Special X,rf Ulation. Whether tho complexion of the crm. irg Constitutional Convention be Rcpnb lirmi or Democratic, it is important thnt the cfr,;a know the position of the cm didatcs, on other subjects than slavery. It is not enough t...

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. — 4 June 1859

Jiju ifcfRlS of B-eeDoh). UWBEXCE. K. T. gitnrdaj Horninj, June J, 1859. :r The Ja7-Ha7ker. The enndiiJing chapter of this tale ia Trn in the present number. The an fhnr U revising 'tfor publication in book fjnn, nd will emboilv incident which would properly he been in place in the Ut ohpter, but which were ptirpcwely .iihheH. The tile ban been written iu Ijste, bat three week elapsing between in fint conception au J the date of iu completion, . - Th8aTr:LJt. . t It is for the i aterest of the business men of Lawrence to secure regular steam boat communication with Kansas City and Wyaiidott ", They , should encourage, by every means in their power, those boats which propose to remain permanently in the Kansas river trade, rather than those which are trans'wut, ready' to quit when trips are not paying. . The Silver Lake has strong claims on the business men of this place. It pro poses to remain on (he river through the summer, making two trips a week, run ning only between Kansas Cit...

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

, Continued from rtipj. v - carmagnole upon our readers. It how ever, no business of oar's if, when Com pared with each men and measnres-j-the Kanes, the SIvg.tha Preys of this legend ex-President Pierce seems honest, Atchi son, Stringfcllow & Co. seem humane. Border ruffianism seems to rise ioto dig nity, and the "Bias Lodge" seems to be a moral institution. Xo, we are not about to moralize, but the relative position and characteristics of Jay-Uawkers and Bor der Ruffians, bring forcibly to mind what Dante says he saw in Malebolge. He says he saw a strange encounter which took place between a human form and a serpent: "The enemies, after cruel wounds inflicted, stood for a time glaring on each other. A great cloud surrounded them, and then a wonderful metamorpho sis began. Each creature was transfigured into the likeness of its antagonist The serpent's tail divided itself into two legs. The man's legs intertwined themselves into a tail. The body of the serpent put forth arm ; t...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 11 June 1859

. - . .. -T f.-i .' - it --5 i 4 . i Terms:--Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. " TECTH CRUSHED TO KAETH SHALL RISK AGAIN." A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JUNE 11, 1859. NUMBER 45 VOLUME 4. -IIEIIIjII OF JoefHj. Watt tht Atlantic Monthly for April, A Birthday Tribute. BT THE "rHOhESSOK." TTe will not apeak of rears to-night; For whathare years to brim. But larger fluodsof lore and light Aod sweeter songs to sing? We will not drown in word praise The kindly thouKhts that rise; If friendshipowns one tender phrase, lie reads it in uur ejus. We need not waste oor schoolboy art To gild this notch of time: Furgive me, if my wayward heart lias throbbed in artloss rhyme. Enough forhim the silent grasp That knits ns hand in hand. And he the bracelet's radiantelasp That locks our circling band. Strength to his hoursof manly toil ! j'eace to his starlit dreams! Who loves alike the furrowed soil, The music-haunted streams! Sweet smiles t...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 11 June 1859

Xl,e ifretyld of IlreeSohj. GEO. TT. BKOVfS, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATURDAY MOSSING, 1TJE 11, 1859. Ten ss.eo rea abuts!. abvakcx Tiers kall IkePraaatke Peairie'erlckUaulat rnawMkr awrtr.aaasakrlkeSkrarala, : Pletlaed kail Tratb, to Llkerty aaa Law, "e Favarawere aa, aad aa 7ea akU awe. To Inbtcrlherii fX When Ins firm for which eobacribera ei ine their naoorB bs miil or at the Pnat-cR is nut or nearly so, w eonvey the ictelUseneeby a er4a at the end of tbeir names like the one at t'-e commencement of thi notice. This wi!l (tive nil a fair opportunity to know when tbeir time it np. ami eorve as ao invitation to runew. tho.r enbjcripLions. ITJ" Extra eopice of the ITmztd of freedom put no ir be had, at thiOQica. in wrnTT'cr lor ra:imrit, 11 aeci:ri, can I rice, rive ;ent each. . Whit the Eepoblicane ear ef their own Platform. "While the Oiawatomie dodge is still freh in the minds of the people, it ia cot amiss to put on record tbe exposition iu frisnds give of tbe most important ...

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. — 11 June 1859

Fl '. LAWRENCE. K. T. " Saturday Morning, Jane 11, 1859. Bailrold Building. Experience is the. best of teachers, thoa 'h often the most costly. The ex tensive schemes for railroad construc tion, w current in past year, have proven jiirthiri" but satisfactory to tba original (to'ckKoMers. They have found a hre iioujie of tho first subscriptions of stock csji up by preliminary surreys, and In .be. pavments of the salaries of the officers E(1 fiuancial agents. It is fashionable to 5iue construction bonds, as security for tie payment of money loaned by capilal :,!jforthe bnilding of the road. "The re mit very generally is, that the road, by foreclosure of mortgage or voluntary as i:nment, is transferred to the bond holders. The Toledo and Wabash Rail road, in Indiana, passed into the hands ofthe hand holders boon after it was fin-i-heil. The Xcw - Albany and Salem F.iilroad, which is a long line of road, rirt of which is through sparsely settled HCtiow of country, has been assigned to m...

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. — 11 June 1859

ThMa of lb Bona. BT CHARLES sIACKAY. He gc of ffreeiotij. F!ereasittan1ight,theEastmaybsproud Of ium gaudy hues.and its sky without eload; Mild as iubreeses. the beautiful West ih. w.ll.v. that dimole its breast: The Sooth mar rejoice inthe Vineand tha Palm, In its groves where the midnight is sleepy with balm. , Fair though they be, rr . ; ,u n XUCia AM 1 o 1 u ,u .uv d w, I , . mi . - - 1 7 . . 1 ..fr f ll. C- ' I CT . Uwtnn Mplinn. 1 UK nOTTlBOI intOnietUUIUV KWbvi ............ i una I- - - .' . . Hear it! y lands! let our shout echo forth: Each subsequent insertion, per line, lh lordi of the world re the men of tbe aorta. Three Montns.per line, mx .nonius. Cold though oar staaons and dull though our 0ns year, SKiea, , . There'! a might in our arms ana fire in our eyes: Dauntless aad patient to dare and to do Our watchword is "Duty," our maxim is "Through," -Winter and storm onlynerve Of the more. And chill not th heart if they creep through the door; Strong shall we be. In our i...

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. — 18 June 1859

- -; - - - - - - - . 5 ; ' ; -- I Tennu:--Two Dollars Per Annum In AdYance. . " TRUTH CfiUSHKB TO EARTH SHALL RISK AGAIN." A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO.. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JUNE 18, 1859. , ! ; NUMBER 46-VOLUME 4. foefrij. Forpbrrogeoltu. BT BATACD TATLOB. B'irn in the purple! Born in the purple! Heir to the eeptresnderown! Lord rrer million and millions of naali- Monarch of mighty renowa! Whrre.do oo axk.areiny banner-prondoutles? W cere mi imperial tower Where are the ranks of my far-flashing laneej; Trumpet, eonrageoae of aotiod; Galloping squadrons, and rooking armada, (iuardinc my kingdom around'.' Where are the pillar that blatnn my borders. Threatening the alien ground ? Vainly you ask, if yon wear not the purple. Sceptre and diadem own; Ruling ounelf over prneuernui regions. Seated supreme on your throne. Subject" hare nothing togirebutallegiaace Munarchi meet monarch aloue. But, if a king, yon shall stand on my ramparts. Look on the ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 18 June 1859

Itye Jfetyid of Fireedoh). GEO. T. RBOVHi Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING, JUSE 13,1359. TCKMS. (X.t PF.B ANNCM.IN ADVANCE llere shall the Press tec People's rtchtsasaiatate Cwaw'd mj ertr. sad krlfced k y (ala, Fleece hstte Trath, t LIktrlj aadLaw, ffa- FaiffriwmMtH'wFHrikiUiw T Subscribers. (X) When the term for which subscribers re ceiving their papers br mail or at the Host-office iout or neatli so, convey the intelligence by a eroai at the end of their names, like the one t the commencement of thin notice. This will give all a fair opportunity to know when tbeir time is up, ami nerve as an invitation to renew their subscriptions. TO Extra copies of the fftrald of Frtedom pot np in wrappersfor mailing if desired, ean be had at the Office. Price. Five Centa each. Position of Parties. Incidental to the early settlement of Kansas, a bitter contest grew up between the advocate of freedom and slavery, each contending fortba mastery, and each using such means as were though...

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. — 18 June 1859

p Sety.d-'of freedoh). LAVBENCE, K. T. wm t 10 ice filar " - " Tkt kamssinf Vp. Without knowing the exact result of it late election as we write, yet it ii p " nt that in? Republican organization in Territory U much weaker than ita feuds' contemplated, and it has been ln jaanenUl in giving the Democratic par- 1 powerful position in the Constitution I Conation, which, but for the prema are organization of that party, would not ijte teen the case. The Free 8tate party, preserved intact, was strong enough to re .:.t Democracy in any shape it would ,rr. Since it adopted the voting Vicr, down to its disgraceful abandon sdt by those who had pledged their 33or to preserve it "until we were a ;jie io the Union," it had been able te Aiep the entire course, and every conn ., in the Territory rejoiced in a Free jute majority. Loot over the Territory, and behold the Farmer Eldoa Batatas' The vote of Wyandott county-was:--Wyandott township : W. Y. Roberta, 171; Fielding Johnson, 160; Dr. J. E. B...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 18 June 1859

?oc.Hj. TLt Morning Qloir. BY JAMES SWSSSM, tOWELL. We wreathed around the darling's head the l..;.,v,. Her little face looked out beneath, o full of lift 1 and light; ... Ka tit with m imnriie. that we could only say .v She is the morning glory true, and her pour types are thy. 80 always from that happy time we called her by that name. And Tory fitting didit teem, for sure aa morning came, Behind her cradle-bars she railed to catch the fimt faint rav. Fir As from the trellis smiles the flower and opens to the day. Bat not so beautiful they rear their air) cups of ers, hlu As turned berswect eyes te the light brimmed B11U D 1 V J" . KU'll-l 11..,. And not to eloa their tendrils fine round their support are thrown. As those dear arms ho outatretehed plea clasped all hearts to her own. We used to think how ahe had come, even as comes the flower, The last and perfect added sift to crown lores niirainv l, n rl r- And how in her was imagined forth tho lore we could not say. As on the lit...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 25 June 1859

OP t. i' Terms: Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. " TRUTH CfiCSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN." A Family IVewspa per Independent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JUNE 25, 1859. NUMBER 47 VOLUME A. 1 foefrjj. A Flea for Our Ffcrsical Lilt. ST CHARLES M1CI1T, W do nr not are wroof . N-;lcrtinir over long The bodily joy. that hlp to make aswise The ramble up tne slope Of the high mountain cope. The Inn day's walk, the viromua exereise; The fresh, luxurioo bath. Far from lb" trodden path; Or.'mid Ihe ocean wave, dashing with harmless roar. Liftinf us off our feet apon the sandjr shore. Kind Heaven! there i. noend Of pleaanre, as we wend Our pilgrimage in life's nndeviout war, If we but knew the laws Of the Kternal Cause, And for His (lor and our good eber; But intellectual pride tiete half thee joys aflide. And oarperennial eare abtorbs the soul aomnch. That life srowseold and dim beneath iUmadden touch. Welcome, yeplnmp green meads. Ye streams and sighing reed...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 25 June 1859

Hie geild of Eireedoty. GEO. W. BROWKl, Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MOttXIXG. JCSE 25, 13b9. TEBX .e PER AHHCM.I!. ADVANCE lore shall tke rm Ike Pele'rlkta.alrtl k aertT, aahrlbe kj ala. Please Sat te Trath.tLlkrtT aaLaw, , To fcubecrlkers. (X) When the term for which subiicriberi re- eeivirn their papers by mail or t the Pnit-ofSee in out or nearly mi, we courey the intelligence by aerostat the end of their Dame like the one .t lh. (i.ninii'iiMBiitnt iif thi. notice. Thl0 Will (tire all a fair opportunity to know when their time is up. and eerve a an inflation to renew their lubecriptions. ITT Kxtra eopiee of the. ffrra'd nf Frredam put np in wrappers for eaaili nir. if desire!, can be hod at tha 03ice. Price, Five Cent each. The Conititotional Convention Law. The last Kansas Legislature passed a law for the election of delegates to a Constitutional Convention. A copy of that Act as it passed, and as we under stood it to have been signed by the Governor, was published in the...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 25 June 1859

8 tr Lawrence, k. t. gatirday Mormlng, Jin 25, 1859. The Journal, after a successful ran for the politicians, and an unsnccessful one for its late publisher, bas suspended. They assign a number of reasons for suspending, -but the most prominent one i, that out of the many promises made to them, by the politicians, not one of them was redeemed. This is a lamentable state m - rt.iMp(Bii Rhnrrh Edlffea completion of the interior of this ?f ffa'" 5Vd.eed b.ut DOln'D more coulJ bicb we announced some The kuilutnz, week since, is worthy of more than a mere piling notice. It is the first house cf public worship finished, as it was the rt begun in our city, and, with the ex ception of those connected with toe mis- be expected from the traitorous, treacher ous and unscrupulous political devils who infest our midst. If there is a set of men on God's zreen earth who deserve eternal execration, it is the politicians of Kansas, and particularly of this city and county. we nave listened to their ...

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