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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 May 1855

s 4. sill - . l .' T-'r-'-. ---v .-r-r . - .- - ; e j i if. ijr-- i f- - t i - i i TER3IS: Two Dollars per Annaa la AdTince. - v. -: biwcst: let au. thieojs thou aimxst at BKTHrcorKTBT's, cob's, ak rarraV' v - r . V:-' 'i 0rigi floefNj. ilu Herald ef Freedom. An Appeal for Kansas. ST 6BAGC .t. frr The dar.and nor'the hour. . To strike the blow for liberty, . . . To uparn the tyrant' power. Will ye stand coldly, idly hr , A od see tbcm forge tbe chain To gall freeman' quivering limbs, Or bind Uie freeman' brain! . Fliall we exchange the war whoop wild . For the tlave'a ngniiheJ moan? The free . plad hont of natnreV child, For the alare mother groaof ' Shall these broad lanLt,o beautiful, ' Forever bear the brawl That mark each foot of noil acenraed Jr alaverr's withering hand Jo! hy the blood onr fathers shed - For freedom, loaa agn, -By fcery frecdora-beatins pulse , "Let freemen answer Nol . Xo! from the wind-roefced tine of Maine, No! from the Cranita Hills, . Frm the Rrcen Mounta...

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 May 1855

Ije gtmtii of .3ra&mn: &n Snfctp an& lljc 3ntixtsts of tfansas Jije ifeliD of Fi-ecSofa). G. W. BSOWN, Editor. LxrtnttXrttoes$xji$ly 26, 1835. Steamboat. 1 ? J ' The steamer Emma Harmon, Capt. J. M. Wiko, was made fast at our Levee, on Sunday last; at about five o'clock r. m., if being, the first tUamer ulichwti ever at out.uharf, and the first cm the Kansas river which was sustained wholly by pri vate enterprise.. On her arrival she was greeted by three hearty cheers' from'he citizens," which were as cordially respond ed to by the officers, passengers, and . ctw. She had on board about fifty pas sengers.- besides a Iare quantity of freight. ; r .'' '. . ... " . ..." . . The Emma Harmon is a stem wheel boat wilh two engines of one hundred and eighty barse power. "When light she draws fourteen inches of water ; and will carry fifty tons and a hundred passengers on- twenty inches of water.' On three feet of water she wiU carry two hundred tons of freight. She' was'bjiilt d...

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 May 1855

Lawrence; SatBrdaj, 3Iaj 50 1855. -. To Oar Friends. . ... The regular ism rf thi paiT isnntt 5.000 er'p V tetelly, GJid itvught be laaterially iaerearid, tktm cho approt if it principle a nd dire it eveettt, wild take ik tnndd to present it daimi 4$ hi neifthlar. 1 There artftte ifomr pretext ab er&en who could net eeure on wxw bxsfotsm ui mi vith bat liitlt t fort: and tee rttpedful- lr ak our friend that they caU tha atteMiu. if their aojvastUaHce urlt ttAtmt ij or FbmooX pe public pafnuj. Ue vtf tf our prttnt tvbtcriber tciil hand in wk tune namef . - . A imdmeerntiU to exertum each pertoa & shall infature mud tie m nPtrrHert, accom famitd trith IU, $aU be entitled to a tecenth enpg grati. . '.- House Balding: . , 1- In ibis age ..of building bouses with concrete and composite walls,, it roar bo welL enough to 866 M farther' can be lone in the way of dispensing with lam ter, -the oiw great iieed of .Kansas". -It m subject which 4ias often- engrossed rir attention, but no...

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 May 1855

-The Kansas Pioneer. , "V A raSODT." Ft? r'phyra glided by . O'er baauiy's favored coast, ? . . An'! the wood against an evening sky "" Their branches gently tossed. The bill and prairie o'er. When a band of free men pitched their test On the wild and lovely there. - l"ot as the conquerors come. They, the true-hearted came, Not wkl the roil of the stirring dnn. ' ' And the tnunpet that rtngaof fame. . Net-as the flying come, " - In silence and in fear, " , 'K Tkr shook the depth of the prairie bloom With their songs of lofty chesr. . Ur.n the bluffs they sang, - And the sky heard, and the lea, -And the sounding aisles of rarinoa rang To the anthems of the free. The eij'e joyeun' flew : - To hU nest in the distant oalc And the beading grass in the breeze that blew, Its wavy welcome spoke. What sought they thus, afar? - Bright jewels of the mine? The wealth of seas, the spoils of wart They aought a home's pure shrine! Aye. call it freedom's ground, The soil where first they trod; -For...

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. — 2 June 1855

TERMS :Two Dollars per Annum In Advance. 1 BE JUST : LET ALL THE EXD8 THOU AlilEST AT fiS TUT COUXTRT 8, GOD S, AND TROTUS. A Family Newspaper Independent on All Satjeeta. BY G, W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1855. NUMBER 22 VOLUME I. The Closing Scene. BT T. BCCIIAXA2. StttD. Within thi sober realm of leaflets tref The ruaact year inhale-l th dreamy air, Like some tannM reiii;;r in hi In ur of ca, all the fields arc lying brown and bare. Th gray barns, looiin? from their lazy hills, O'er the dim waters wid'uiu? in the vales, Sv-nt down the air a greeting to the mn, On the dull thunder of alternate flail. All sight were niello we. I, und all sounds subd ued , The hills seemed farther, and the stream sang low; in a dream, the distant woodman hew'd His winter log, with many a muffled blow. Th embattled forest, 'erewliile armed in "rld, Their lwuners bright witli every luartiul hue, Js'owr stood, like Mme ad barren host of old, Withdrawn afar in Time's...

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. — 2 June 1855

1 Jlje-Jfet-iilD of ft-ecOohi. O. W. BROWN, Editor Liwrecce, VTcXnfsdayi Jane 2; 1853 :. : AbolIUonIta, ' V ; It i surprising to .observe the Ignor ance - xistfng among' our neighbors in Missouri, in regard to the character of the eastern emigration to Kansas 7 We find they class all w ho come- out from New England and Ohio as "Abolition iste," and appear to suppose that the. principal object of the emigration U to 'establish, sa underground railroad" and engage rn the'carrying trade. They can not, or VrDT not understand the difference between? an abolitionist and Freesoiler. Each are supposed to be of the same or- dr; and Garrisox is the patron saint of the whole. . The Border prass is laboring constant ly to convey the impression that we are negro-thieveji. No explanation will be accepted in the premises, becanse in too many instances, their editors are dema gogues who seek to extend the circula tion of their journals by keeping up the excitement, and fanning into a flame a spirit...

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 June 1855

life if ei of ftedoty. Lawrence, Satardaj, Jane 2, 18-55. To Oar Friend. Tie regular iteve ffthi paper u sw yp . u weekly, and it tatait be materially iacrta!. if thit via a nprore if itt principle and Jeire it sucfft, Wfmlllalt the tri.uHe to present it claim ti hi e yhhure. There are few f w present ub striher trio envlJ n4 secure ox hew 2Ef7o.fi ' w wr Mfi'k hut little riTiirt: and tee res"etful- Ijt ail omr friend that tHey roll the atte'nJi-m. f tkrtr annattuaaee to the etaxm ij xiu hekai.o or Freedom aptjn puMic patronage. . J Lac many rf our present subscriber trill hand ia one new nameS A an inducement to ererttm. each person trh-o shall in future tend v six new rvhtcrDiert' worn-j-anied with shall le entitled la a setenth topg yrati. , Frame Houses. Tho attention of the reader is invited to the card of our friend Mr. Stmmoxs, who it appears, has taken into considera tion the great wants of this country, and has prepared himself to meet those wants, by furnishing cheap frame...

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 June 1855

.-4 13 ,".3 The "Dead. . , . tY 5L1KT is: DZAKBOWr." - The dead, tho bright, tLe beautiful dead, Who slsep in their early bloom, "Ere wrinkle bad formed on the brow of care, 'Or a gray hair told its doom. The lo'ved of many a heart were ttere ; -The prkUof many boffl,.,-,'- . ' A tbey walked the earth with statt-Iy steps, And spake of the fears to come. . . Perchanceit was a ettdden stroke. That turned their steps aside, That called them from the stirring scene Of manhood' ruing pride. Was the maiden hurled from the giddy dance, Where mirth and beauty reijmtxl - I)own to the depths of the silent tomb, Were those whirling measure trained!' Did this at wild Ambition's shrine Its worship all bestow? Or did the heart aspiring rise Eternal joys to know. Ko answer comes from ont tbe tomb, No warning voice replies; For deeper than the ocean depths, Each hidden 6ecret lies. And shall we all unheeding gaze, Then torn to other scenes. . And leaTe the dead forgotten thus, To their mysterious d...

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. — 9 June 1855

t TERMS :-?Tws Dollars per JUnaa-in i Aayaiice. ' BX JCST : LET ALL JBX EST) 8, THO C ALU EST AT BE THtCOCJITRT 8, GOD 8, AKD TRCTtt's.' c;"; J A Tanlly .Newspaper :-rldipcii3cat on All SiM'ects. ' BY G. W; BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1855. NUMBER 23-VOLUME I. ' , 0Hgiil.ll odl-ij; ' Willie. . , - :. " - BT KB. M- . HARLOW,; We laid our darling down to rent One holy Sabbatii day, His waxeu hand upon Li breaat In dcatb'i cold lcep he lay; Ilia nanny hair, smooth and still, Va parted on hia brow Ho anguuhnow it nulict tlirilL, For aDguli ckiin Lira now Those roondod limb will never more light dance with baby gl, . Doatu'a film his eye has covered o'er ' That once glativod love on me; ' . Those roby lips o inach like lifo, ' Su sweet that augel smile, 1 could not deem death gain'd the strife Wert thou not still the while. - Now rent thee darling 'neath the flowers Which o'er thee w.-tly bloom, . Thy life waa but one annny hour ; 1'rora birtli uuto 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. — 9 June 1855

i: i - . t V i li &iu;3t )untamtg anu tlje Sntroste' of Kansas. f ; U f ill i ! I I II ft V - jfys JfetqiD of Jreedoft). fc W. BROWN, Editor. . Lawretce,TTc(Iresday, Jane 9. 1835 l " Tba Garden of Eden. V ' f Writers who have bad occasion to speak ofL-Kaasasher fertile soil, her genial cli mate, and beautifully diversified iscenery, for want of other comparisons hare been compelled to designate' it as the " Garden of the World; while others have Spoken of it as aa Earthly Paradise.-and .only wanting the artificial improvements to- mako-it such ; and others, wuh their minds set on the earl history of the hu inan 'family, speak of it as a veritable Eds. . L.v . . . . . . it v -. . - i It is not our purpose to confirm or de ... ny .the truthfulness of their allegations ; but simply to hint, modesilythat it is not -impossiUe that "of the ," Kansas was indeed the Edeu in which our first parents were created.-- Wo. do not . suppose the eountry would possess an greater .'attractions in...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 9 June 1855

BBSS! Lawrence, Saturday, Jane 9,1855 0 .To Oar Friends. . -. .- I ' Tit rpilar wn rf th.it paper itnrtv 2.000 er,p. iettnelly,and it might be materially 4ncrtal if thote via approve fits principle and dttire il tuecetl, would fait the trouble to present tit daime Unit neiahhan. There are few rf tntrpreentb ecrSrtwho eovU n eecur ox a Jew tasroxsi- - blx x avb teiih but little tforti (W tee retpeHfl- ' hi ett our frUndt that tie call tie attention f their acquaintance to th claim f thf Hxbaid- - cr'YaxooM vponpvhlie patronage. Jfaomang f eur pretext euhteriber trill hand inenenetc . At an idotrenl U arertvMi each porta, wha ehall in future tend tie new tuhteriber, aceom- ponied ith $li,ihU U entitled I m tetenth cjy yratie. - ; ' - -; -y ;: A Trip to Tope'xa. We jpaid a flying risit daring the fore . part of this week to Tecumseb and To peka, our first tour vest of Lawrence. "We found the country diversified with a varied landscape, the soilja3t such a3 any intelligent farmer would ...

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 June 1855

. . Fur.fA Herald (f Fruion. -;;jX"'Xnciibed to - ' 1 - i f BI-JCO. ' ' life's transient glories glide away, 7 And the stern footsteps of decay . Conic stealing on while down the tide ; . Of Time our fleeting momenta glide. e Our live. like hMUxg,rr&am&, niiA le . Consigned to one engulphing sea . . The sea of death whose ware flow on, " ' O'er king and kingdom, crown and throne. The damp of death is sure to blight The cheek's pure glow of red and white ; . Youth ami lea, an-J ail i heavenly fair vga comes, ana lays ma tner there ",' Where then the strength that sparo'd decay, " ' The step elastic, lijht and gay! . . ' . .The strength is gone, tha etep'i slow, And joy grows weaiine an-J woe- - The buoyant springsof youth are dried, j "While, as our taik'skim o'er the tide , . . Of life, our buried hopes are seen, r '. Beneath tho surface clear, serene , V And shine, though lost to c and fled, . like pear 1 upon the ocean-bed. - .fur birth is but the starting place, Xife L th...

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. — 16 June 1855

TERMS: Tw Dollars per AnncaIo AdFance. ' BE JtST : LET ALL THE EKDS THOU AI34EST AT SE THT COUKTBy'S, GOD', AKD TRCTH's.'. 1 Fanily Newspaper: Independent ei All Sabjecte .f BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1855. NUMBER ai-VOLUMEl 1, eijoiceoeil-l). From tie CmtuavtriUe, Pa., Cuwrier. Disunion: BT MR. Am 1. MAWJf. , Diwolve the Union! Break the chain Tliat bind n nowl Torn traitor to I Kir own glorious aneetra. who fou ght. And fijbtin fell, fell in freedom' caiuc! Million of heroes by their deaths Hare made thi eoii-t-cratej noil A universal bnrial-ground! - L . - Ncw-England'a sturdy on. repose lieneath the southtrn'frkiea. yet deep In peace, fur they are xtill at home. To northern bttttlefields the Swnili Her heroes ent, and bode them for Ybdr common country nobly die. -Here let thwm ret! Liturl thc-m not . liyaelfiah, hateful party-fend-. Thcjr slumber where they fell! Insult Them not with slsrati";ij trails. IitutrttTu Vnt-in! aye, 'dissol...

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 June 1855

Mm'o0Wa Sntopcntant fam$ i Ki0paicr, Wtvokb to ipumcmifg an& f Ijc Sntcrrsta of Kansas. 1 K r . f t' ! O. W. BEOWIT, Editor-: Lawrence, HeUf sday, Jacc 16, J835. Xct tlte Issue Coiaa; ; ; , We invite attention to the fetter from our correspondent at Leavenworth.., It M an interesting document, and will be read with interest. ; The recent troubles at that point, and the personal violence inflicted on several of the most prominent citizens there, male our friends feel that, if the excitement is to be protracted, they don't care how soon, the contest becomes genera!. If mob violence is to be the order of the day, the straggle will not be all on ono side ; - - . - ,- . ?, There are now fully ten thousand ac tual residents in Kansas who are from the northern States, or who desire to make Kansas a free. State. . By the def inition of pro-slavery men, all of these come under the general head of "aboli tionists," and are to be expelled from the Territory. ' ' , . 7 For months our border...

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. — 16 June 1855

Lawreiiee, Saturday,: June 16, 1855? "--7. s -, .To Oar. Friends v '.- t-v j XX rvular itntfftXit paper it was 2,000 oop V weAfy. and it m'iaU be nalt-riaUf itrattd. if tint rJu avoror ffiUvrimiplee and deirei.' etfvee, vnvTdtalt 1e trouble to prtent ite fiat me in hie ntinhhun. There ere few rfwr prttent nb eerihere wif n4 teevre ose nw nwroxsi bxs ame vntk hut lUtle 'fori ran tre retj W 7ir i wr friends (Hat they fall the atUnlvm, their acqvaintancee U the tJime ef the Hxhaxd or Freedom' vpon pvWic paJrfa$e. Jlinvmany f mr pretext svbetrHere vtil hand in one new marmtt '- ' - , - ' : . A en inducement to ertrtum. tmeh rersenvh thill iffvre md v ix new etifuur&ere, aeemn panted erilh flZ, shall be entitled to a eeeenth eeptf yratit. -1 . - . . "About Face." . - Our people have resolred upon cele brating the 4th'of J nly next. It seems ta ns lite mockery ! We are an enslaved people, perfectly subjugated, and on that day a Legislature will be in session in this Territory, enactin...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 16 June 1855

Wit iiitrhlftjfjgrccftgm : ''"Sfii ffiftfomuxnf- jfamilgr" Ktoptrrwtt,tro' to jpm(mitg anft tljc interests orKansas. " Employment. ' " . Fmployment? Employment! O, ina. is enjoyment! There's nothing liKe'something to . - Good hearty occupation , Is health and sal vu tion, Y"- ,-, ; ., A secret that's known to bat few. ' . Y " Ye listless and lsay, ' ' Yr ' Ye heavy and ha, " Civp heart, and aud l'et fall employmeiitj Your spirits will chftr up,' Towr foggy brains clear up, ' ' 'And teach you the rtal enjoyment. The lilies they .toil not, . . ------ i ' Tbcy drudge "not and meil not, -And yet they are cared for-'lis true; -; "the lily in beantv, Fulfill it wbole'duty ' f J.ven lilies have something to do. Y They bow not, they spin not, ' . " Tis true bat thev uu not; TLey work, uncomplaining, God's will . . Their work not hasting, .Their time not wasting. ; 1 The la" of their nature fulfill. ' Ye hf nd, a white as lilies, - : Eemember God's will is, -"Whose shall not work shall not e...

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. — 23 June 1855

i-7 A Fasily Newspaper f Independent ca All SaoecO7 TERMS :--Tiro Dollars per AnnmaIn Advance. "BE JtTST I III ALL THE XXDS TBOO AIMEST AT BE THT.COUXTBT's, GOD'S, ASK TRUTH 8. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1855. . NUMBER 25 VOLUME I I Letter from a Missionary Of ike Mtthnditt Eoitenpal Chunk t Kojuo, Ut a iHftingttieked PtAiiicia. Dovaiaa Misbiox, August, Lwt week the Lord be praiaed for all hi mer-ck-s ... To hi nmrortby servant! I arrived iaf at tha MUsion, via Weatport, where J tarried over nigbt to aid in forming A Yiilanuo Committee, to send back, In thirta of tar and feathers, doubtless quilted "With forty striped twve one, ail Yankee comers, tncireunidaed and gentile, aliens from Ihm Commonwealth of Israel, who dvspue The rrize of the high calling of the saints, To plant amid the heathen wilderness Tare Gospel institution, sanctified Br Patriarchal use. The meeting opened With prayer, as was most fitting?. Half an hour, Or therewav, ...

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 June 1855

Ht txaSi of Jretfonn : Sin Jnkptnknt apx untamtg ano the Mlttcsts ot Ixamas. Jip gelid of f eeSoh). jO. W. BROWN, Editor. . Lawrence, Saturday, Jaae 2? 1855 1 f Fourth of July. ; V Elsewhere will be found a brief notice f the intended celebration in this place en the 4th of July next We hope those who feel truly patriotic on that day .will come prepared to re-adopt the- Declara tion of Independence ; and were we - to advise, W should say, , bring along in strumentalities with which to make good your deternuTialiori The' Continental Congress, 'which adopted the Declaration a the 4th of July, 76, did not deem it wise to disband the armyi as soon as that instrument was signed ; on. the con trary they, took every precaution to strengthen the army already in their scr ice. We' are in a state of actual war. One expedition has been fitted out in Missouri. ,It came here accomplished -its purpose and returned.. Rumor-re ports another expedition is about -being waged against us. Our rejoinder...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 23 June 1855

Lawrence, Saturday, Jane 23, 1855. - - : To Our Friends. " ' Jl Wgufci- iMuerfthii paper Unnw 2.000 uZhl tZl tfu truuUe to prnl , claw tokuZtbiMor - Tkere aeftic fovr pro rub ZrJrtb cU i secure one w Ksrosr ,lk JTAMf rti it JOfe rf " Zv i "- - Aa ry a fjUtV emaitace to fie claims if the Unuu. or FmIdom vo PWc pairvaje. Ik S cf pretent tuUcriUr mil hand i one new najfaii inducement U exertim, each ferem U shall U future tend the ew miUerilen, aecom pajued viih, tUkaU be entitled to a tettnth topg yratit. - - What is Wrong. . Mr. Portee, of the Westfield, Mass., New Letter, wrote a letter from West port, Mo., on the 16th of April last to his paper, in which he takes occasion to tell where his companythe Ilampden Colony propose to locate, and says it is "south of the famous eity of Lawrence the paper city ike most miserable place in the Territory." llr. P. has a right to . his opinion, and we hare no objections to his telling it, but itwobld afford ns pleasure to know on wliat he bases...

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. — 23 June 1855

l)t ttnli) of StetiDttii Sin Snotptn&cnt Jamilg jtospoytt, "-.ffltnMa la ummtitB ani il)e antcttsts of tintisiig I! 1; Tie World Would betbe Better for it. :.' ' i " -' T V. COBB, ' ' : - If men cared )- for wealth and fame, ' , t And lew for batte-nekis and glory; - " If writ in human- hearts a bum' ; - - Seemed better than in song and story; -f If men. instead of mercing pride,- ' . Would leant to bate it and ablior it . - If mtTe relied ' ' 4-i -On love to guide, ' The woTld would be the better far it. ' i- - . - . i... If mendealtlessin ttoclcs sndlands, And more in. bonds and deeda fraternal; , If love1 work had more willing Land ; To link thia world to the supernal ; L . , ' Jt men-stored trp love' oil and wine, . , . . , And on bruis'u ham's hcarta would pour it; , . w-yoars-'ana-roiae" . Would once combine, -.The world wonld be tfce better for it. - 15 If more wonld tt the play of life, . ' ' And fewer spoil it in rehearsal; " -Tf bigotry would sheath its knife - ;.' "v ...

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