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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 25 June 1859

To Who! To Who! The following, from a South-western newspa per, is tbe mixi ingenioue newspaper dan that Las ever fallen under our notice: Twaa on a cold, autumnal night, A diymal one to view: Darkelouds objured fair Venus'light, And not a star appeared in sight. As the thick forest through Muggins a usual "blue, Heat homeward, "tacking" left and right; When ail at once ho "brought up" right Against an old (load yew. At which be "rounded to," And "squaring off" as if to fight. Said, with an oath I shan't indite, infernal scoundrel you! Light an' 1 11 lick you. black orwhite!" Just then aborehiin flew An owl, which on a branch did light A few feet o'er thebooiy wijlit. And than commenced, "Tu-whoo '1 II. W1 l-k 1 n-w h .) 1 ll -W hint!'' Quote Muggins, "Don't you think to fright A fellow of my weight and height With your Ter whuo-ter whoo. You curried bugaboo! An' if you're Beeliebub, its quit On-neces.-ury you should 'light For Muggins ain't your'Mue; For money matters are U right. ...

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. — 2 July 1859

:'i . i 'J OF PfiEEBOM, Tcnni:--Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTli SHALL EISE AGAIX." A Family Xeivepapei Independent on AH Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JULY 2, 1859. . V , NUMBER 48-VOLUME 4. Fast Memories. sr J. o. wniTTiER. How thrills, once more, the lenirth'ningehain (If memory at tlie thought of thee! Old Impe wbirh li.r in dust have lain. Old Hrrams comethrongint; Inck again. And bojhood lives in me; I f -el it slow upon mr cheek, lu fullneu of the heart is mine, A when I yearned to hear theo speak. Or raised or doubtful eyes to thine, I hrar txain thy low replies, 1 fcel Hiinearia within my own. And timidly arain upriee ThftfiUEid lid. of liasel oyea With sott bruwn trease orerWwi; And memoriae of nml Sumner eves. Of moonlit wave and willowy way. Of star and flower, and dewy leaves. And dinilcs and tears more dear than they . Kre tbi, thy quiet eye hath rmilod. My picture of tt.y youth to we. Wnrn ball a woman, hlf a child, Thr...

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. — 2 July 1859

Ifa" JfctyiD of B-eedoty. GEO. T. KUOWJT, Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MOILXIXG, JUT 2, 1859. TCB1II.-.M PEB AXMX.Kf ABTAXC2 Hera Amtl ike Prcaatae Fcsplc'.rlickUmaUtaJs t'siair'd r pert, mmi LrlhrS hj gala, Pledce aatte Trala, te Llfcertr sua Law, We Fmrlwijn i.ud t fen ikall To Subscribers. (X) When the term for trhieh snbwrJbers re cci'ins; their paper by rae.il or at the P;t-.f5ee is oat or nearly so, we convey tbe intelligence liy a cross at tho end of their name like the mm at tbe eommencement nf this notice. Thi will -ive all a fitir opportunity to know when their time is up, anl serve as cn invitation to renew their subscriptions. ITjf" Extra copies of the. fftralt of Frtrdnn put np in wrnpTicrs for mailing-, if desired caa do baa at tbe Olaco. i'rice. iiv t'euu each "Glorious Bepnbllcan Victories." TLe Republican presses of the Territo ry, and their echoes abroad, are parading the "brilliant," "glorious," and "signal" Republican victories in Kansas before their reader...

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 July 1859

Jl$ ife of Breedoty. L,AVRE?fC3&, K: 1'. gjturdaj Moraluff, July 2, 1859. A Taoussnd Dollar Donation to Freedom. Tbe fourth volume of the Herald op ftEEDOM will seon close. Though we orHr.a'iy contemplated that our Kansas jtre 'gle fr freedom wn-'d oe considera y v protractl, yet it has been extended ti.'ruUlh a much longer period than an (VpateJ. It uas always been onr pur- to close our connection with the mililic press on the complete triumph of fa principles on Kansas soiu This is the twelfth year since our connection with cfpapr'lom, two years longer than we purposed when we first became connected with the press. Fortune has not wholly frowned upon us in that period. TCc have iaen many bright, joyous days, and, gn eraliv, there has beii a "silver lining" to every cloud. Willi the close of the 4tb o!. of the Herald of Freedom, we are curemcly anxious to close up business itl give p!ac to another. We believe that we can offer intlurerrjenU to some --.o.l man to engage in busin...

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. — 2 July 1859

?oefHj. The Ground Swell. BY. GEO. KLBLUCH. Though the moon iu silver silence. Flood the highlands and the islands. Wilha pace that cannot jar. On the gates of Narroginseti, S'nrin advancid to the onset, Plungo th billow from afar. ITeavily the Ion? -well raz On the ledges, and too c!s?t Scuterud. eirew thef.j:uii bea:h; llan, a garden fuirit rrnssc Of bright iin-ju which it tosses Up tu human eye and reach. Vary a fccim'y hnve the water 1'iuek'd a;;(J bro't u, ajeand taught us Of a wenlih we never knf w. Thatingranile earthquak-cna.-tmd. Deep embosomed, sweetly blossomed To the dark concealing blue. Till an unknown tempTi. urging 'Abe wild surgicg by tbe 'uourgi-a' Of its wiud-larh, cast them here. To makeg!ad,and bk-ss moreover. Beaut) 's l.jvor. tnougn they suffer Martirpxtigs to live them cheer. When a heart cr--plr:t queenly Mot serenely fo'doth ioiy The white caun of holy thought. Little aru onrou!s aware of Any jar tf stnrnu afar oil', I' rum wuoxe tramp are throbbing canjht....

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 July 1859

OP Y" - Trrmt: ro Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "T2UTH CSUSBED TO EAETH 6HALL USE 'AGAIN." A Family IVewspaper Independent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JULY 9, 1859. NUMBER 49-VOLUME 4. If Mi A Soot of Earth. BT LITY L4KCOV. Oh, nil the earth a norrd placo. Jorft'OwhnrB wr turn we trace A !vir.g fallt-r'e hand, A h:iiil in benediction laid fieri the huinblcat thin? he made When this bright world waa planned. Oh. call th earth a hallowed place. Ili r kill stdos How with rilla of grace. '1 h f'.otMeps of our Lor 1 Art- lint-rine jet beside her atream". A:i l still through earth hia own light beams 'loguitie to Love's reward. Oh. call the earth a blessed plaee, rVr here they run their heavenward race. Ourlnrl one- eono bolnre: A nd -still their Faintly memonea ty '!' n!k with us lira thorny way C. litothe thornlcs shore. 'Oh, call the earth a happy place, For only sin itslight can chase. And turn ita bliss to pun; T'laue self and siu, but not the earth, r...

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. — 9 July 1859

Ifye ifeId of Ihedoh). CEO. W. BKOVlf, EeUtar. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY HOUSING, JULY 9, 1359. TRKn.S.0 PES AJtJfCJI.IH ADVAHCE Here shall tee PreasthePeeele'srlcfcteaulBtala (feaw'a r Prtr. aa aakrlkea kj sola, Pleaee kat Tratk, la Llkcrtjr aa4 Law. fce PaT.r.aaT.aaaaa.r.ar.kallaaa. To Subscribers. (X) When the term fur which sobseribers re ceiving their pipers by mail or at the Host-office is out or Dearly so, waeunm the intelligence bjr a cross at the end of their names like the one At the commencement of this notice. This wiit lire all a fair opportunity to know when their time ia np, sad serve u an invitation to renew thoir subscriptions. TCP Kxtra copies of the tteralit of Frtrdrm pat up in wrnnners for nisiling. if desired, can be had at the Dice. Price, Five Cents each. Oat of Bis Element Greeley, in bin "summing up on Kan bis," mane some blunders, ile round a great deficiency of barns and shelter for cattle, so different from the condition of Eastern farms. He remarks : A...

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. — 9 July 1859

LAWRENCE. K. T. Saturday Morniag, July 9, 1859. Editorial Correspondence. Olathe, K. T., July 2, 1859. Friday evening we left Lawrence for Wvaodott, via Prairie City, Olathe end Shawnee. Passing Saturday morning through Prairie City, we found it a town of nmgnificent distances and ambitious pretences, which the hard timet hat (omewba' niptied in the bud, 8everal substantial buildingi are in process of trfC.ion, and the town cannot be num bered with the "finished" cities of the West. It has a good location on the high, roltiDg prairie, one mile south of the San u Fa road, and twelve miles south of Ltwreoce. At a recent auction sale of loin, which contain about one fifth of an icre each, they brought $6 apiece, mak irg tbe price of farming lands in town $30 per acre. Passing over one quarter section east of the city limits, we came on the town plot of Baldwin City. This Citv contains a fine three story stone edi 6ce, designed and used for collegiate pur pates by the Methodist denomina...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 9 July 1859

lor. O por of heart! tboo need'st not ask of ma What this strong musio in tbe soul max be I What, and wherein it doth exist. Tiiisligiit, Oil giory.this fairluminous mist, Tnis benutifulanrt hutr-making power. Jov. virtuoas Lady! Joy that ne'er waa given, Pave to the purr, and in their purest hour. Life, aud lift 'a aiuenc,cloud at once and show er, Jov, Lad) ! is the spirit and tne power. Which weddiug nature to us g:ve iu dower A new art!i od new heaven. Undreamt of by Coo eenual and the prond Joy is the sweat voiet Jny the luminous cloud We inoureivesr.-jiiC'! And thence flows all that eb tnn onr ear or sight, All melodies the echoes of t"at roiee. All colors a suffusion from iho light. Coleridge. Hew to Wake in tie Morning. Getting up early ia venerable. SiDce there haa It-en V "literature or a history, the babit of aarlv risin" has been recom mended for health, for ploasnre, and for bnainecs. The ancient are held up to us for examnlca. Bat they lived fo far to the east, aid so ...

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

.J I i i t? V hi t 11 ERALD OF Term:--Tyo Dollars Per Annum In AdTance. " TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN." A Family IVeiTspaper Independent on AH Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. 1 LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JULY 16. 1859. NUMBER 50-VOLUME 4. , 1 15 1 The Dandelion. BT JAMES Kt'KSRLL LOWELL. GoM'urha thine ne'er drew the Spanish prow Thluuirh tbepriinnval hunh of Indian seas; or wrinkled the lean bruw Of 2e, to rob the lover 'a heart of ease. 'Tis tbo .-pring'a Urges,!, which she scatter now To rich and poor alike, with lavish hand; Thouirh ino.t hearts nereruniieratand T i take it at (jod'a value, but paa by Tb offered wealth with unrewarded ere. Thon art my tropic and mine Italy; Tu (t(-V at those uiil(cka a warmer elimo; The eyca thou si vest mo Are in the heart, and heed not ppace or time; Not in mid June the eolden cuinuxed bee Feel a more uiuruer-like, warm ravishment la the white liiy'a breezy tent, conquered Sibiir!', than I. when first I r .in the durk green the Jelluw ci...

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 July 1859

Ifye Jfetyfo of Jtuiotsi. GEO. V. BltOtfK, Edit)!. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATURDAY MOUSING, JUIY 16, 1859. TEHStS.t. I'EK ASSCSI.IX ADVaXCE tlere ekall Ike Pm the Peaple'srlgbtaaaalataia II"""1' kr arty. aakrtSesl jr gala. Pladswd bat ta Tratk, ta LlWrty aad Law, Favor sware u,mm Fear (kail aw. To Mabtrribrra. (X) vSTien tbe term for which subscribers re ceiving thc-ir papers by mail or at the 1'ost-oflice is out or nearly Mh we convey the intelligence by across at the end of their name, like tr-e ore at the commencement of Ibii notice. This will rive all a fair or-pnrtnni'.y to know when their timo is op, and wn as an invitation to renew their subscriptions. VZf Extra copies of the Herald of Freedom rat np in wrappers for mailing, if desired can be had at the Office. Price. Five Cents each. The Radical Frees. The Topeka Tribune has taken its po sition with the Republican, Time, ar.d Keict, against the allowance of the claims of sufferers in the troubles of 1855-5G. The principal objecti...

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 July 1859

Jl5 ger-tld of rsreeDoh). LAWRENCE. K. T. Saturday Mornlnjr, Julj 16, 1859. Slavs-holding Logic. Abolitionists, like thote who aspire to the leadership of the Republican party in KiDsif, contend that the question of the fjihts of the negro must be settled on gen iral principles and not on expediency. Xhe sira8 C'M ' m8n BOt to refute jbf nrjumente of women, who claim the r.htofsufTrasfl as their due, fall back on plea that the do not believe a nia inrity of the women wih the elective frinrhise. Whan majority do, they grant it. Tbey thus throw aside the iim of the Christian era, that "woman ihcuM learn in silence of her h unbind, at home;" they abjure the old common law principle of the impersonality of the wife, ,nj only hesitate as to the time whan woman shall vote. This pica reminds us of an anecdote current years ago, in reference to Hembt ClaT. He had a very intelligent body servant, named Charles, who had traveled with him through the North, and resisted the temptations held ou...

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. — 16 July 1859

' Line. tf VILLI AX CtTLLEM BBTAST. Til Mar tun sheds an amber light (Jo new-leaved wood and lawns between: Eut she who wi'h a smile tnore bright Welcomed and watched the priuiiri green. Is in hersrove, -Low in her grave. The fair white lIo!;rmf the wood In groups beii'to ilie palnway sund. But one, the gentle and the good, Who cropped tiicin with a iairerbana, Is in her grave. Low in hot grave. Upon the woodland' morning air The email birds' mingled notes are Bang; But she whose voice, mure sweet than theirs. Once ba le me listen while thoy tunc. Is in her t rae, Low in her grave. That music cf the early Tear brings tears of auguieb to my eyes; My heart aches whon the Mower appear. For then I think of her who lies Within her grave. Low in her gravo. . Dark Hernia ol War. Here is a ricture of the actual business . . , . j of war, tlra.vu by tne quaint ana power ful rcDcil of Car) vie : "What. sneafciiijs in quite nnofficial laoguag'-.u the net t-urport and upshot of war ? To my own ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 23 July 1859

ri ,! I 1 ! JlliiliP 4 r, Terin:--Two Dollars Per Annum-In Advance. " TIICTfl CEUSflKD TO EARTH SHALL EISK AGAIN." ''"' 7 . - . A Family Neirspaprr Independent on All Snljccts. j J3YG. W. BROWN & CO. : , LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JULY 23, 18.59. NUMBER 1 VOLUME 5. vjj Now. . .. . , BT CtURI." VACSAT. Xh-Teir'b! p ! t p"l; Ti (!:irfc, and shines not in the ray; Tsl. imd'ub: 'liscun at but ' Vbrr-dnwiis another da; ffhi -Iii ii'iI we sit w Here iviraerrep, VjI hr"U'l "Or-elves in chnmela deep; . 0 -he w-rlT rwti-nl.n depli.ro 'Td c-uoiMirc roins In o-sj hoar? Wo .Ko'iM we-s with dead men's yes, li .ki- t Win 'run, morn ti niihi, fl'K'O h-3 b:-mein Sow, the I). vine To Be, Wuo with thir charm i.nr living eight? wh idionld we bear buteniweii dull Vl.eit ewurldnf sound bountiful. Will sivo n rausie of ournwn? fVhi in 'be daikni-s. h-uld we ffrrpe? W hen the n in bT-n' re-plendant cope, Sliiuojas bright Merer it sliime? Tin present nee In us. Even eeo U,-q. matin tiie next f.ir heriugu ' .! l...

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. — 23 July 1859

i Xfje Jfehild of fftefoh). CEO. XV. CHOW,. Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. BATUEDAY MOEXKG, JILY !3, 1B5D. TISXIM.OO FEK AVHCM.IH ADVANCE Here hall the Pre tke PeleariKkLuImtm!a Vmmw'4 by part j, aa aaarlaeS by gala.. Pledea but t Trath. Liberty aa Law. ' rarer .ware aa. aaS ae Fear thai! aw. Tv Subscriber. (X) When the term for which mhscribeni r eoirinirt'ueir paper br until oral the Post-office la oat or nearly an, we convoy the inte'JicenceU a ero at the end if their name like the or.e at the commencement of thin notice. This wiil rive all a fair npportnaity to know when their time i np, ami serv as aa inritation to renew th u i r eubacripiious. TZj Ex'ra copies of the Herald of Fretdom put np in wrappers fur mailing, if denim), ea& bo had at the OSce. Price, five Cenu each. The Consttmiional Convention. We have purposely delayed any re marks in regard to the refusal of seals in tho Constitutional Convention to the Wyandott members, to the end that we ' might do justice to the su...

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 July 1859

LAWRENCE. K. T. giturdaj Marnlnj, July 23, 1859. The Tilth Volume. Ia entering ui oa the ft volume of the Heb&ld of FbeeduM we do Dot consider it necessary to reviwed our past position, or make any promises for tbe future. Tbi paper was established in the darkest pe riod of our Kansas history. It has sur T;r.4 tbe violence of Border Ruffian tnii tbe efforts of those who wished to sup plant it, that they might enjoy its advan tages and influence. It is the same fear Jets, independent sheet it was nearly fivi rears ago, when it was first established ; jut as devoted to the cause of freedoo and just as determined to outlive al opposition, come from what soure it may nit was when everything was hazard ei' at its establishment. That the course of the paper has beei such as not to secure the approbation ol s portion of those who would have lived on its bounty, we are welt aware ; tha iu circulation is much lew thai when it was first revived after its de itructinn in 185G, is also true...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 23 July 1859

! V ' i f ? ,' - : s s ! it" 1 i '5 IP Hii'- I' 4 ! : 1 s Sua sad Shadow. IT 0. V. nOLMC. Aa I look from ttw istiCoVr it, billows of jnto. To ibcbo!ownf foam-ero-tcd blue, Yuri bvk, that far lu til distance isascn.- llalf tiivauiiig my eves will pursee. Sow dark in tiie siiartuw. sue acat'eTrtho spur A tii-cha,Fiu the stroke of ttie fl-iii; whiten? ihessa-guil. sue Jiaun usr W17, The sun glcauiii-c bright on bur tail. Tet r.erpilot?J fhinkvig of dangers to shun, - Of rre.Uieri that wmuso and roan H"w Utile iia ear , if ia s'jauoworsan TnmnA him that if :zi from the snors! Unlwikj to the bcou tiiat l jcm from thereaf. To the rock that is ander aid Ice, As ho drifts ..i th-.- bia.it. like a wind wafted leaf. U er taegUt of tue uesoiatc sea. Thru drifting afar to the dim-vaulted earn Where iitu Aid its ventures are laid. Tnedresmers who gai, while we battle the waves Ma; see usm suusrtine or shade; Tet true to our eourso, though oar shadow row drk. 'We'd trim oar brosl sail ss before. ...

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 July 1859

.1 :-. ; : ,"j f V ..." in 1 10 ? i flllDOl. Aw;--. :5&ri ivOTT Tca-itni-Two Dollars Per Anuuin-In Advance. " TRUTH CEFSHED TO EARTH BHALL RLB3 AGAIN." A Family Newspaper Independent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JULY 30. 1859. ' ' - NUMBER 2 VOLUME 5. Tb Mountain Siraanu. IT CDABLES If ACCAT, What time tbo forn putsfortb it rings, What time tbo earl throstle aiugs, I l..ve to fl tbo murky tiiwn, Aiidtr4il tha muuriand. baraand brown; From tbo ffrenel level of lu-i Kiens, Ti barwat ftumtoit of the Hena, 'i'n trace the torrent where tbey flow, Sirrneur brawling. tl"rs or slow; To Iinaer plvaaeit arid Intter lonz, A sikul listener to their suns. Farewell, je utreets! Again I'll nit dncrjr' to watch the aiiadnw flit; Tu list ibe buzxing of the bee, 4r branches wttvina: like a nea; To bear Ur off the cucaWa note, Orlark'a clear carol bi(b afloat. Ami boil a joy iu every ao-iiMi, 01 air. the wuter.or tbegruund; 0 fenciot lull, tb jugn tiling nought. And ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 30 July 1859

CEO. V. BHOWH, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATURDAY MOHNIXG, JTLY 30, 1859. TEBS.ft.eO FEB AX1UJI.I.1 ABTAXCE rW y rty, aa aakrlbc aj rata. ridc4 Mutt Trala, U Liberty aa Law, To finbaeribera (X) When the terra for which mhseriben" re ceiving their papsrj bjr mail or at the l'.ot-(T:c out or nerfy s we e-nver the intelligence bi AcroiMat the end nf their names, like the nte at .tieemmiicementof this notice. This will live nil a fair opportunity to know when their time in up, and iorv at an invitation to renew their aabnsriptiont. JLr" Extra eopiea of the Herald nf Frmlon pat np in wrappers for mailing, if desired, cat. be had at the Oiiice. Friea. Five Cents each. The Annexation of Nebraska. Th? Republican caucus of the Wyan dott Convention, to keep the State of Kansas conveniently small, and their par ty sufficiently large, resolved to cut on the gold region, at.il to refuse the annex ation of southern Nebraska. A false ap peal wes mado to southern Kansas, that if the Platte river wa...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 30 July 1859

Jp ifciS of "fireeSohj. LVWREXCE. K. T. guards; Morninjr, July 20, 1859. The Bacu ef Dr. Doy. ' We gi" elsewhere the statement of the rpgrurra of Dr. Dot. They have suc ffled with an ease unexpected, iu free i? Dr. DoY fn m incarceration in the jlifsouri penitentiary. Ten men nne quainteti in St. .Joseph, went into the (,e;irt of that city of ten thousand in bb 'Jiitp, where free cpxech is denied even to Fratk Blair, and the publication of tho Fife Dmocrat is permitted only bernine the mub spirit cannot )e folly enMigh developed to destroy the office joJ in spile of police, and prison walk, hive accomplished theirobject. Mianou ri mJ denounce the invasion of her jails, but let her firnt clear her f.iru of the crime of kidnapping freemen on the soil of Kansas. The riyht of forcible abduc tion implies the right of forcible libera tion. Till Missouri ceases to treat the righti (;f Kansas freemen ai on a par with those of negro slaves, who may be seiznd wherever found, she must expect h...

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