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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 26 January 1855

'z:2:tc2htr4art I? elected. 7 tTha iak Hd tcarcely tioe to dry 'on the Hsct tHatcontained our exposure of tKe falsehoods of cne M. F. Conway, concern ing ur iate'elct.-when air attention vnt arrested by an- article written for 'the Lancaster. (Pa.) Jntelligencer, dated "teai Yenworth CityrDec, 4th; 184, whichr for scurrility and depravity, casts 'the miserable Conway in the shade There is not -a !'creeping thing so loathsome as the fawn ing, low-bred miscreant, on whose face is written, liar-defamer! "We know this fellow; and were he the veritable Escvla pins, instead of the wretched quack that he is, his skill would fail to invent a disinfect ant of enough power, to cleanse his scurvy heart of a single blotch. We have not the patience to dwell on the qualities of this vermin-polluted vagrant, nor words to ex press our abhorence if we had the patience. But does Governor .Reeder sympathize with the ; depraved whelps, who have so vilely. slandered a large body of our most worthy .citi...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 26 January 1855

- . - - . . 77 it- 0. CANT DO WITHOUT A TAPER. . :--.' f:r--;o.r i -r 2"o rr ..i What, do?wllhoet paper ?. no, -.. J. r . Pve trli it ts 1st sorrow, -' -'2 -..- lL :s'l"fcvt6 iWserlbeffctfbne'Pii gti; ; "; ;; JJnir" wait ttntil ioorroW.,;",- : -'J -. : Bhoald lover drown r Was; themselves, -tSal bther foolish caper, .--.'- . r. ? : ; .7 I ftevergei to hear of it ' .; . . r' ' I do not take the pipe ; Why, there my.Beighbor, Jotham Stout, U -. -He always bears the news,: - .., i : :-. , And having news to .talk about , V never'geis.the blues'. V . ;f7 ; :'-WWlepUieryaw'iiiejmuir. . , .- ;.: His mind is light as vapor; i : . . . f l The cause is plain to half an eye " He always takes the paper; . ' " While n'eighboV, Stout hears all the news, t . : . ; And knows each current price, . V i-irAnd always minds his Ps and Q's, : By taking good ad viceV ; " . - I cannot tell the price of calves, Or poultry, coffee,:tape, or - ? -Ariykind of merhandise " ' j Because! take no paper.' ' ' , Th...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 2 February 1855

k ft 7 H7 fj,T Li. a a . ... ii ' 1 ' , . 1 '. 1 " ' 1 1 T ' " "' ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' - Ito Cioliiix', 'Ow XlaLOlo OojULp.-tec3r. - - - - ... ::r-'... m Advance. BY EASTIN & ADAMS, LEAVEWORTH, K. T., 3;f 1855. ! : VOLUME 1 NUMBER 21. V I J KANSAS WEEKLY HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOBXING, BY EAST IN Si, ADAMS, - 'tCCIAN J. EASTIK. ' WM. II. ADAMS. Terms'of Subscription. 1 Copy, one year in advance $2 00 20 Copies, " . " 30 00 Terms of Advertising.' ,One square, 10 lines or less, first insertion $1 00 One " each additional insertion, 50 Announcing candidates, fin advance, 5 00 PUBLIC ACTS OF THE THIRTY THIRD CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES, Chap. CCXLII. -An Act making Appropriations for the Civil and Diplomatic Expanse of Gov- ' emimntfor the year endingthe thirtieth of Jane, one thousand eight hundred and fifly-fite, and for other purposes. Bz it enacted by the Senal: and House of Repre sentatives of the Untied States of America in Con gress assembled, That the following sum...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 2 February 1855

. . . . . . . ' ' ' -- J .J '! i I if; V i "V If v " f; 1m xoApt in pnrtnari.? of eorae Jaw or resolutloa i VongTesa &o;no;'izin5 lh expenditure; - -' Td supply a deficiency in the fund for the re 'hundred "tLo-isand dollar j C jrollnt., three hundred dollars;: For salarteof r.fns fnoervisin z" and' fifty la-l n:cpsc:ors,. cproir.u-auneer tn tcz cf An f n t thirtieth, on thcusjM eight hundred and ilfty-two, for the L?ilr pro'eetion of ibe lives of jtsenr! by fcamboata, with travelling end hf erpffHass incurred by then, eighty Ibou ir.d doliarj. &$rr. ofc C3.-w.V-For rurrey cf the coast cf the Usited Siales, Cinc'tyiins condensation to ap?rliltr.!d;nr and asrijtants and excluding far and emoluments of cificers of the army aid isavy, and p5'.y cUcer and men cf ihe nary, employei-on ths wo.k,) two hundred and six lbxustr.d dclars ; 1 j, ; Fcr coiitizuifi the s'.:.-vey cf the western oatv cf' the Untei SLaiai, o::e hundred and thirty thousand cellars ; J-or continuing Ui-: sdmy-...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 2 February 1855

THE KANSAS HERALD -FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1855. ; . T.l i ;l AGENTS, v - ' . TV. C'XoxEfl fina of Sloss & Jones, St. Loui3 lie, ft onr authorized ent for that city. Dr.T. J, JKis, is our agent at De Kalb, Mo. 'ry. A. -T7XIT. at EL Joiephia authorized toj e liv subscriptions. . ' '-: : : ' W To the Public ' Whereas sere&l letters hare been writ ten in this community and published abroad, respecting the election for a delegate to Congress .from . Kansas Territory-, on ' the 29th of November last; in which letters the jaost false and slanderous statements hate been made respecting the friends of Gen. Whitfield in. particular; and the pro-slavery party in general: We the undersigned tvho were all personally present at. the polls in the City cf Leavenworth during the day, 2eera it due to truth and justice, as well to vindicate ourselves personally und our par ty; and no less to vindicate the legality and fairness of election of our worthy Delegate in Congress, to meet these false and...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 2 February 1855

:TIiq:TICRLEJl. ( It is proposed to light the streets of a yiU lac not a ; thousand miles from Syracuse .vU!iv Jaeaded girlst If we lived there vdT play tipsy every nigiit,- and hug- the lamp-post." -t i "Old ge"is coming1 on me rapidly," as '.iZye boy said when Jit? was stealing apples from an old man 3 garden, and sav the ow iier coining with a cowhide in hand. ' - Charlcss Lamb hit the hydropathists when 'he said'Water was as old as the deluge, bnly that the first great application happen ed to kill more than .it cured." They write home- that there arc fleas c noujh in 'Turkey to dam up the BosphorusJ The Turkswear : them for limng for their shirj..! .. - ; I t7 .Every body should possess six. shirts, one.umbrellai and a home. The.former to keep him in comforts, and the latter out of printing offices. - -' . " . j TitueLove. Simon seated beside Ins '.sweetheart, fishing "Sally I wish I was a and you was a bait. Lordee, how I'd -biteV . CbrV for love hide in a closet and listen-to...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 9 February 1855

1 o . , 1 - . . . , , . ..... .... . ... .'. . . ; . ,,- . ,; ..,.;. -j. .- ' ' . - ' - 1 .. : ,.. V. ateg BY EASTING ADAMS, LEAVENWORTH, K. EEBRdARY 9, ;1855v ; : ; ! VOLUMEV1--NUMBER 22. ' - ' ' ....... . i ...j, .... -, t- -: ....' . f' i : I if 1 1 f I. RJLITSAS T7EEM.Y KIEQALD if FVBuauro zveit today moixxxo, bt CASTIlf & ADAMS, X.CCIAX J. XASTIX. WK. H. ADAMS. Termof flnbscription. 1 Copy, one year In ad ranee $2 00 20 Comes. " " " " 30 00 Terms of Ad vcr tiling."! One iquare, 10 lines or less, first insertion $1 00 One . " each additional insertion, 50 Announcing candidates, in advance, 5 00 PUBLIC ACTS OF THE THIRTY THIRD CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES, Chap. CCXLII. An Act making Appropriations' for the Civil and Diplomatic Expanses of Gov ernment for the year cniing the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five, and for other purposes. Continred. For the coasts of California, Oregon, and "Washington: For oil and othsr supplies for fifteen lights, clea...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 9 February 1855

TtTE HERALD; LUCI AN J. EASTIN,.- rV '- Editor. ' IJQAyEXWOItTII ! ! . K i FRIDA Y, FEBR UARY 9, tB5S In tnis paper tlie laws, resolu t loiLsJand TreaSieaof tlie U.S. -' are published toy authority. CH-rQTilafiOn. 29 7 O . ?-W. S-SWYMMER, General Newspaper anuAdveriising Agent, No. 14, Second Street, opposite the Post Office, St. Louis, Mo., is tho authorized agent for our paper; .Mention Squatters. A public meeting of the citizens of this election District, will be held at Leaven worth,' on Monday next, 12th inst, to take into consideration some mode of correcting the census returns, and having this Dis trict fairly made out. It is earnestly desir ed that every Settler, who has not been ta ken in the census, attend. We want to see how many there are, and as far as in our power, to correctjthe wrong done us in ta king the census. Come one, come all ! MANY SQUATTERS. To ltlvcrti8crs The Kansas Herald published at Leav enworth. K. T. offers great inducements to the advertiser, a3 a me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 9 February 1855

THE KANSAS HERALD . TEIDXX FEBRUARY 9, 1853. : ; ': -v-AGENTS.' T7. C Joirx, firm of Sloss & Jones, St. Louis " If a.. ! our authorized agent for that city. - Dr. T. J. KixXr i oar agentat De Kaib, Mo. J tlT jnbicripUona. ,r 5jr . : -. Vv ; : . ; -. 'We-arV authorised to -announce Mrv JERE MIAH CIttK.a cdi'date ?oiiqcili tfce ceraiffs tlecUon', ubct. to th'e .decision vf aajnventian ol AUe "people. A .-!; :: .-- f . : - thi point is nbw' clear.-of ice -and . rising. The .wcatbef if PHM"! : birds are chirping arri singing, a though ' it was spring lirhe.' If 'this '.vveaiher '"con txnuesr ffc may.expect soon to - hear the shrill whistle of the steamers, and ,see them plowing the waves of our nohle and majes ' tic stream, laden with freight and crowded with passengers, destined for our fair Ter ritory. Business will then revive, activity will pervade all classes of our citizens, and our Levee and streets be crowded. All are brushing up and preparing for the Spring business. Houses...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 9 February 1855

THE TICKLEIl. A Twelve Pound Chcnic A returned Cali fornia! relates the following good one: The landlord of a hotel) built of boards, and located n norths Tekulk Digginj, was presented by his Viiti with a fine twelre pound dov, which eom 1ar to th ears of a wag, be circulated the story that the host had found aa t we ire pound chunk," which ran like wild-fire through the place, and enoW quite an excitement. A few weeks after w ird, a miner f rota another quarter, having b:ard of the twelve pound chunk, arrived at the hotel, vnd at once made application to the land lady for lodging. Her husband being absent, the attended to the guest, 'when the following conversation took place, which should be pre faced by the remark that the story bad exploded several days before bis arrival, and the landlady . aai enjoyed the sell with the rest. ' lt was your husband, ma'am, wasn't it, who w ot the twelve pound chunk V 'Be had some help, 1 believe replied she with e sir lau-n. Tee, X s'dose so. Wh...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 16 February 1855

1 ri r 4 "iA,'M' nr- L,T 'n ';Ui:r! 1 H fete I: . - n .... , a. lii) ) Tyaty. - ,,.v - . , BY EASTIN & ADAAIS, r ' i - J--.. 1$ t L ' I H U. UAW8A WEEKLY ILEUALD. U VuBLISHED ETZET FBJDAT MOaNISC, BT EASTIN is, ADA9X, XVCZAK J. XASTtK. - WM. H. 'ADAMS; . :". i L Terms of Subscription. ;; - ''' 1 Coprj one yeir in advance i.'.'. '.$2 CO : 20 tCopie,' ;... I ; " . - 30 00 . . "'. ; -. . v .Terms of 'Adrer tisin;. , One square, 10 lines or less, first insertion $1 -00 -'One" " , each additional insertion. ..-, 50 " Annonncin candidates, in advanceJ V. 5 00 PUBLIC ACTS OF THE THIRTY : THIRD CONGRESS ; , ' or THE .' . UNITED STATES, Chap. CCLXVII. An.' Act' making Appropria tion for the Support of the Army for the year .,;.; ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight .. ; i hundred and fifty-fice. ", ' ' Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre ': 9tniatires of the United States of America in Con gress assembled, That the following sums be, and the same are hereby, approp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 16 February 1855

For clerks in the offieei of. Tostmastery fire hundred and sixty thousand dollars: :) For postage stamps a nd stamped eTerepe fiftr-fire thousand dollari pi ' For miscellaneous Items, oa tiadred 'and twenty thousand dollar; . $i - ; ; For compilation of ppst rentes, as .contained in the bill passed ,t the present session of Con gress establishinr rentes, cn thousand dollars; To enable the PtMtmaster-Generat to purchase the patent of the clam-shell padlock, should he be of opinion tne public service requires it, the sum of fire thousand dollars; For a compilation of postrroutes'aj contained in the hill pusetLat the,, present session of Con- grew eitiblishln routes, one thousand dollars; To enable the Postmaster-General to purchase the patent of the clam-shell padlock, should he V- : v v i : :.- ' . . wc upjifiuu uc jMJwiic ecifics Requires 11, iue 'sum' of five thousand dollars; I '.-.,-Sec. 2. And 6ttrtArenac, That there be mmd i hereby, appropriated out of any money In , j . s upua...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 16 February 1855

3 .FBJDAY. : FEBRUARY IS. 4855. V LTI'C Jbxrs, firm of Sloss & Jones, St. Louis 'Mo., is oar authorized agent for that city. ' .. -, Ir. T. J. Kiajc, U our agent at De Kalb, ,2Io. " I T. A. "Wxst, at St. Josephis authorized to re vive ubscrfpion3. v-; v We are authorised to' announce Mr. i MIAH CLARK, as axandidate for the. Council, at the coming election, subject to the decision cl a'cxnveotion of the people.' r v 'We are''anthoriJed;torannoance JOHN "A. HALDERMAN, Esq. as a candidate for Rep resentative to the Territorial Legislature of Kansas, in the Shawnee Mission District',. ; ' ' If WM. G. MATH I AS, will consent tb ;be come a candidate for the - Hose of Represent atives, of the . Territorial Legislature. of Kan sas, in this the! Leavenworth District, he - will be supported by t' MANY" VOTERS. ("Several Editorial articles crowded ; out to make room for our correspondents. Proceed ings of two meetings of the squatters, in the the same fix with our editorial. " We ask espec...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 16 February 1855

TICM-ER. , -p a aThe Toledo Blade tells ofa hunker j pol .T Wciaa at thai place, who threatened before .the .election, to "mark - every Democrat mo abandoned the regular ticket, r He has been keut very busy ever" since, havinsr . f used up several pots' bf jpaint without half , uniming ue joo. kj riesavs n is very much of the preacher's voice at, a camp-meeting'. ..being found sobbincf. ;was asked why, she wept since she could iiot hear- the words of .Ae Aoy wa . pj hp '. head. " We have a friend, a six footer, who was V promenaamgf on a public occasion with a niagnmcent woman. 'Ve are the obser ' ' ' j le 11 i f i . t Ttfu oi au uusertrrrs, saiu tne gentleman, es, replied the ladv, "we are two brilliant stars.! , ; ; "rut the stars together," responded ; Uie gentleman, "and what a brilliant sun they would make. The young lady in Paris, who Iatsly made her fortieth ascent in a balloon, has certainly a taste for circulating in the uDDer circles. ' ' ' John Doolittle says, if a law wa...

Publication Title: Kansas Weekly Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 23 February 1855

f f w . . i - ''T'gggS.iZZ -"H'- ''TV?." : -..: : ' - ' r ""'liiHiiiiiii lm iiiiinii iiii 'i'BiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'" i nil iimlii liiii hmmiiimimiiii i ." .Llj " " 7 urn ... jimiI ihmiimmmlZ-'''' f 'T ;-, V i- tf-i.41'tf"l. f-l l-fcll I J If I I I J 11 i i .J i I - ' t ' :. li 111 AX . I I I . t r I 1 f 111 It i ,.,.'11 : I t i 1 It). i t 1 1. ' . .. It . . . .. , , . hvizuAz zl y. sI tul rjui.-.- TI noljtio-!. ,!.' I S I. V E ASTIN; SiJIS; TTiVlitfiiWEERV J, -;..t J 'I : :-.: V::.! !f si-. B A 8 TI W r,-& l?A I A Itt 8', ; : TCXAW '" - !KtS WMHi' ADAMS. t f" ? Terms of otscriplioiii. t : -j. -- llCoinr.'obe year in adVanceyt'$2 CO ; : Tferias bf Adrcrtisliis "' One sqnare, 10 lines or IcHsVArstinsertion'si 00 One. " . .each additional insertion, r 50 Annonricin; candidated, in advhnce. 5 00 . jars? OTi?s:oxirar52r. PUBLIC ACTS "OF THE THIRTY THIRD CONGRESS . or THE UNITED STATES, , No. 1.1 Joint Resolution of thanks to General John E. Wool. Resolved bv ih Senate end TTjvse of Repr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 23 February 1855

gf.- mm . imiimii i , , , Mci,act, be extended t9 thwe ot each of the tdnrein parties -"-'' " " - i Article 30. To make aore efiecia&I the pro tection which the United States and the Repub lic of Sanr Salvador shall aflord l& future to the J&rlf itlon and commerce of the-cltizensof &cb Cher, the j tree to receive aod.tp admit consult tod vLe-coiuulj la all the ports open to foreign wane. lull enjoy in them all the rights, p erogstiv, and issHuutles of thi eonsaU and Vt-cowls of the most favored nation each mtraetlnc party, however, renis4i4n&at liberty to xcep-. those ports and places la which the ta mi'sion and residence of such consuls may sot tigux convenient. As lid 31. In order that the consuls and vice trooisuls oftIre two contracting parties may-enjoy JLhe rights,, prerogatives, and immunities which belong to them by their public character, th?y shall, before entering, on the exercise of their functions, exhibit their commission or patent in due form to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 23 February 1855

:TjHEKANSAS-HERAjD.; PEIDAY FEBR-JABY 23..1S5J. '.. j Vli'ii Vj . '. ' ' - '-it, ..-t.. 2lf ,ilr. JAMES .M.1 LYLE.wM eoiatBt -la tt3a' cUdU tax fch l Home" ct Represec 'UiiTo. i th Ttmtoritl It-U!atare. 13 thii jXerreaworth District, ha Trili supported . by isTTrw' authorised t'anoaaJMry "JI5ItI5- liHAH 4 a candidate; for the 'Conr-cll, AC uitomu' election, saojeei to me' decision a Vcaventfoa of the people.' ' "y ; t ; We . are - authorised ' to" annoanee JOHN : A. HAJDEE3IAN, Esq. as a candidate, for Rep-; "reseoUttve. to the Territorial Legislature of "Kansu, la the Shawnee Mission District. ; : I' If -WMG MATH IAS. will consent to be oai a candidate for the Hoase of Represent--fetlves, of the Territorial - Legislature of Kan-i as, in this the Leavenworth . District, he will be supported by MANY VOTERS. . " 'It is reported ; here, that CongTess - has passed an act relieving the Governor of the duty of locating the Capitol. . ' - ; The census returns we understand, as far as recei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 23 February 1855

V i T-HEICANSAS.HEKALD; .1 .". FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1855. The Platto cooatry " Railroad 5 Bill, get ting the loan pt!jie credit pjth, State," has pasedtha IIousc .of llejpreKLXiyeoJ'the ilo. Legislature. -t -.i '.I -j Pfatix? Paper is Tnavr: tseihg jntfuC' &ire& out'of Jfcrasawood,, and it - is laid .thai -betlar and Whiter article can he ; rnade'of qUoo 'wood.'l If ioi just sypjoute uaurioivq lathe Tery:p!ace fdra : Paper Mill,''' Ye ave there.au inexhaustible supply ; of :th-J V Pace & Bifcb jr,45t. Louis Bankers' who, suspended a'shprt: time jBince, bit the. St. Louis Republican of the 3rd ays, ; they, will resaaie iria short tune.- C ' ;i The,' Iqvi'a Legislature " has adjourned. The Capitol isJto be rernoved 'to Fort- 'Des Moines. 5 11 - New Part y.- The- abolitionists and and' free-soilers in- and' about' Lawrence, and ;hdeed throughout the. Territory; find ing the name of ' their7 "party becoming too odious to succeed ..with, have adopted a new name. 1 They now ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 2 March 1855

V., U F;' IV il 9, i "IB BY EASTIN & ADAMS, " LEAVENWORTH, K. . ' VOLUME 1 NUMBER 25. - i - " . " . . , 1 " " ... - i I V: J2AK8A8 WEEKLY HERALD, si rtratisHCD every Friday MoaxiHo, by EASTIN 6 ADA918, IVCIAW I. EAST11C. WK. H. ADAMS. Terms of Subscription. 1 Copy, o; tO Copies, r, one year in advance $2 00 30 oo Terms of Advertising. One square, 10 lines or less, first insertion $1 00 One " each additional insertion, 50 Announcing candidates, fin advance, 5 00 PUBLIC ACTS OF THE THIRTY THIRD CONGRESS or THE UNITED STATES, IT TBI president or the united states or AMERICA. A PROCLAMATION. Whereas a Convention between the United States of America and His Highness the Sultan of Borneo was concluded and signed by their respective plenipotentiaries at the city of Bruiii on the twenty-third day of June one thousand eight hundred and fifty, which Convention is word for word as follows: His Highness Omar Ati Saifeddin, ebn Marhoum Sultan. Mahomed Jamalil Alam, and Pangiran Anak Mumin, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas weekly herald. — 2 March 1855

Pr'tf Idrat f4&rnt?rf5Cr?tf frr h vBr Itstntfe f Majerty. re-pectiveir, fhill forthwith name no he. psrsou to act as commissioner In the pUce or tead of the coinuuiaioner originally The comia ioner,tanamed,s2uflmeetatj.i-oa-&qi at th? eswlleit coavenumi. period'.afterithsy fhtll hav beta retpectlvely named j-! and. all, KsfWe proceeding to any busiaes?. :mak and u-.c It secaa declaration thattaer will lai V rtilly and. carefully exQin'a-id.deci4, to, tW bjJt of their judgment, and according to jutlc and elutyr without fear, favor, or allec Iju o th;ir ow a country, upon all such- claim : shall b laid before t&rm on th part of the 0mr5ovritl of the United-States and of hertf.-i- tannic M 'i'sty, respectively ; ana snch ueciara- cf Jn iVii-Ul b nUi-4 oa the record of thdr p o- "Thj comffliiioier5lnll inland before pro- 6ding to any .other bsHincs, riatne some third "tson- tl act a aa ''arbitrator or umpire in any rae o catis oil which they may th?m selves 4iS.sc ia opinion...

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