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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 21 November 1857

.1 THE KANZ AS NEWS: Pa'tfey iTfry &idiflsn.rf Isspria, lass, TsMMaTu Dollars per nw. t advaner. Rates of Advertisiaff.' Firs insertion, per liae, tea cents; each subse quent insertion, fire cents; one doll a line, per annum. Displayed advertisements one-half over the above rates. All transient and foreign adver tisements most be accompanied by the cash, to in sure insertion. 7 JOB PRINTING. The ofSec i of The Kaxzas Xxwa i furnished with a complete assortment of the newest styles' of Type, Borders, Flourishes, Cuts, Cards, Tansy Papers, Colored Inks, Dronie, ic, enabling the proprietor to print Ciscclaks, Cards, Ckktificates w Stock, Deeds Postkbs, and all other kinds of Job Pbistixo, in a manner unsurpassed in the eoun&yV Particular" attention paid to printing all kinds of Blanks. --Orders for work promptly attended to when accompanied with Cash. "Ex cxLaoa" is our motto. ' ' TH E PEOPLE 4lWA YS CON QU E R .' By P. B. Plumb; EMPOBIA; ElAZAS, ISrOVEaiBER 21, 1857. YoL.l-No....

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 21 November 1857

J2 1 D. PLIT.MD,: :s Proprietor aadXAiior. ft. J. IlirTO-,': : Corrt-spoadiag Editor. EMPO lttA, RAXZA& ; . . k ATURtAY,nr.r.:XOT E3ifiER iyi ft'aY. ' " Thd .Future. We presume that most of lW people of Kanzia are aware bj this thne that something must be dose to meet tbe political crisis. The next few months rwul settle the ques- tion of freedom or slavery for Kanzas. :The next few months, will show whether a usur pation and a fraud of vthe most flagrant character ver heard of in the political world 5s to be the substratum on which the future jnstitutioBs of Kanzas, for the weal or woo . 'of her people, are to rest. The enemy, though far inferior in number, are strong in well-knit organization and the power and patronage of the Federal government, - They are no despicable enemy. . We musfl regard them as enemies requiring all oar energy to meet. - If, then, all. agree' that something must be done, it is highly essen tial that a sometltitn be speedily devised, and that all the s...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 21 November 1857

The- Kanzas iJNews. SATURDAY.:.:::;JfOVE3IBEIl 214 18T. Terms- of Subscription. Tern pie yew, (&a4 - t. fetter mp f dab.) . - . Jt . . . ..... . Rates of Advertising. : Fiwt iaMTtiaa. par tiae. tea eeatt; caeh ratawqaaat laertia Cm oeU; m fetlar a err aaaaai. Oae foartfc evlama hraa . Hi til bm. K 7ar. 0. Ou kalf ml. thmON:. II SO; ix , year. 50, All traa- fieat aaI to weSfi tii nrtueawaU mart fc paid B adTaac. Single Copies of The News is wrappers for sale at this office, at fire cents per copy. - v- - Blask Declarations fur filing,1 for sale at this office. - -; i'.--1, -!J ; : To the Electors of the Fourteenth District. - . You are hereby notified to meet in Con vention at JSmporia, -on Saturday the 23th rtf November inst. at 2 o'clock ' P. M., to appoint five Delegates to represent the Fourteenth District in a Delegate Conven tion to be held at Lawrence on the 2nd of December next. By order of District Committee. Correction. The Delegate Convention called aLaw rence by the S...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 21 November 1857

ATCRDAY,:;n::JfOTEaBER 21, 1857. Persia is one" of the great historical cm pirea of the world. ' The classical student associates with ; the - Dame the nclory of Marathon, the heroism of Thermopylae, -the mighty armament scattered at Salamis," and the story ot the ivetreat ot tbe lea lhou Sand. . Those who gather history from" the Bible are familiar with the fate of Belshaz zar. driven from his Babylonian throne by the rictorious' Persian Cyrus ; with Esther in the hail of Ahasuerus, and Mordecai. the beggar at the gate. ; - It was Xerxes, of Persia, who sent two millions of men and 1,200 ships to subdue Greece, and it was his successor, Darius, flying from the avenging Alexander, who, after losing three great battles to the "Macedonian madman, was murdered in his flight, and left "Phil ip's warlike son" the master of the coun- 'iry, between the Hellespont and the Indus. "A thousand years afterwards the great tide of conquest which , spread- over so many territorial the faith of Mah...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 28 November 1857

THE . KAJfZAS,NE W S : TtXMS Tit JDoOari per annum, ia udtoaner. Rates of Advertising. . ; First insertion, per line, ten cent; each subse quent insertion, fire eentsf one dollar a line, per annum. Displayed adrertiaementB one-half orer the above rates. " All transient and foreign adver tisements most be accompanied by the cash, to in sure insertion. -' --' -. ' ' ' .P.BIN.TIN.G.JT - 1 he office of Tar Kanxas Xrrs is furnished with a "complete aseftitment of Uie newest style of Type, pdr3ers Iririshe?j Cilta; .aks,' Faiiey Paper, Colored IntsBronzecVcnatfingjhe proprietor to pHfvt Cuicciaes, CaSj. CektificItks or Stock, fJteir-s, Pogffens, and aH other kinds cf Job Printing, .in a pianner unstirpaswd iu the emmtry. ' Particular attention' paid" to printin; all - kinds tf Blanks.-rOrdrrs fr Wort prcnptl attended to when accompanied withr Cash. -Ex-cklmor' is our motto. ' " """"" THE PEOPLEjAL W A YS CONQUER, By P. B. Plumb. EMPOEIA, KZAS, NOVEMBER 28 1857 The Kanzas News, SATUBDAY,::...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 28 November 1857

The Kanzas News. P. S. FIUflBi : x : Proprietor aad Editor. R. J. IIIJTrOJr, : Correpeadiag Editor EMPORIA, KANZAS: SATCRDAY,.::::::NOVE3IBEtt 8, IS57. Latest from Iawrence. ' -1 -. Just as we were going to-, press the-mall arrived from Lawrence. By it we receiv ed reports of several important meetings that hare been held ; within a few days at different points in the Territory. We have not room for them. All we can say is that the "ball is rolling," and when Southern Kansas wheels into line the "People's Gov ernment" will be set in immediate, opera tion. So mote it be. The Lawrence Delegate Convention. The Delegate Convention, to be held at Lawrence on Monday next, will be one of the most important ones ever held in Kan sas. The machinations of our enemies seem on the point of success. They are nearer to it than ever heretofore, and if not met by counter movements on the part of the people will surely triumph. The friends of Freedom in Kanzas are now called to make a final stand fo...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 28 November 1857

The Kanzas , News. 4TUBDAY,::-:rOVE3IBER 8, 1857. Term of Subscrip tion. . . IT 0 Rales of Advertising. iurrtiM. Tr lime, trm u; nterqKat tuertie. Jaiur a Use V On fcmrtk nlou .Btfcs. year. SO .. Ob half Siosle copies of Thx Nrws in "wrappers for sale t this office, t fire cents per copy-' Blah. Declas-atioss for filing, for sale At this office- If an ted at this Ofiie. A fer eords of wood 2i feet in length, on subscription. " The Convention called for the Fourteer.tb District to send Delegates to the Lawrence Convention, will be held at Emporia this JSatardav) afternoon. We hope there will be a large turn out. " We understand that Mr. Spencer, who lives at the crossing of the Neosho, about two miles from town, is preparing for burn ing a kiln of brick next season. It will no doubt be a paying operation, and is much needed here. Success to it. We noticed a few weeks since, that the Columbia Post Office had been removed to this place, and Mr. II. W. Fick appoint ed as Postmaster. Mr....

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 28 November 1857

Tlie Kanzas lews. SATUBDAYt:;::::JrOTE3IBER 28, 185T. For The Kaxzas Nrws. Friendship. " " In Eden's virgin hour When the maiden earth all blushing lay, i Crown'd with fairest flower, - - On the bosom of the youthful day; men all the ether blue, MirrorM back the rivulet's play, ' And song-birds, joyous flew, "Mid sunshine soft as twilight May ; An Angel, low breathing, . " Thro' the dim immensity-of space. O'er the earth was leaving, Of a seraph's hymn, the last faint traced Down thro' the mute, wrapt spheres. Came glorious notes of love apace, "While all the future years, ' "Were listening with up-turned face. Down in the human heart. Where the seraph's music faintly flew, . Breathing love in every part Then and there a lovely blossom grew ; And from Earth's Natal day, - -That fragrant flower of modest hue. Blooms all along life's way, . Shedding perfume rare around us too. , - R. J. IL From the Waverly Magazine. Be Up and Doing. . BT THOMAS H. MELROT. Be up and doing, ever doing. ...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 5 December 1857

THE KAHZAS NEWS: J tiBei Itoj Saisr&j Isn, it' Espcra, Iisas, Taja Two DoUart per mnnxm, in advance. Rates of Advertising. First insertion, per line, ten cents; each subse quent insertion, fire eents; one dollar line, per annum. Displayed advertisements one-half orer j the above rates. AH transient and foreign adver tisement must be accompanied by the cash, to in gare insertion. ! JOB PRINTING. i , - , J : Th office of Tex Xaxzas News is furnished with a complete assortment of the newest styles of Type, Borders, Flourishes, Cats, Cards, Fancy Papers, Colored Inks, Bronze, fce., enabling the proprietor to print Ctkcclaxs, Casjjs, Certificates or Stocx,Dexds Posters, and all other kinds of Job Pkcctixg, in a manner unsurpassed in the country. Particular attention paid to printing 11 kinds of Blanks. Orders for work promptly attended to when accompanied with Cash. "Ex cilsob." is our motto. THE PEOPLE ALWAYS CONQUER." By P. B. Plumb. EMPOBIA, KANZAS, DECEMBER 5, 1857. Vol.1-No.23. ...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 5 December 1857

The -Kanzas- News. P. B. PLU3IB, : : X Proprietor and Editor. K. J. HILTON, : : Corresponding Editor. ". - , EMPORIA, KANZAS: 8AT.URDAL::DECEJIBEH 5, 1857. JromIjawretice. ' : We stop the press at a-late hour, and af ter a considerable portion of our edition is worked off, to give place to the Governor's Proclamation- -- ; .; ,- . . . The results of the Lawrence Free State Convention are glorious ! We received the proceedings of the meeting, but they are too lengthy for insertion in this No. It was the largest Delegate Convention ever held in Kanzas. Great enthusiasm and perfect una nimity prevailed. The Convention adjourned at a late hour to meet at Lecompton at ten o'clock on Monday morning. The ball is rolling ! , Down with the Usurpers ! We will give the proceedings in fall next week. The following is Stanton's proclamation : Proclamation. -To the Members of the Legltlailve Assembly , .' of the Territory of Kanzas : An extraordinary occasion having oc curred in the affairs of th...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 5 December 1857

5iWS. Terms of Sabscription. 1 Hates of Advertising. ' - ' Cir,t ioMTt:o. V? Ke, fcm'eBU;'eacli nfcjqoet inseTtio. 1 . .. . r r , L. cents: uar nth. W oo: ia nm, i jr, rnt foS BdTert;5fnieata most tw p14 ia adTanee. I tliMlM W; tiz mo.. s ov; b yer, w. au ctu- Single copies of The News in wrappers for sale at this office, at five cents per copy. Blaxx DECLAfiATiess for filing, for sale at this office. ."" J i ' Wanted at this Office.A few cords of wood 2' j tt in length, on subscription. . Beligious Notice. -Rev. Henry" Moys will preach at the Em poria House to-morrow, (Sunday) at 10 o'clock, TA. M. ' . '- -.V ,,-' 'i l New Hack Line. ;-'- The first hack on the new line between this place and Topeka arrived here on Tues day evening last. Mr. Dow, the proprietor of this line, informs us that it is his inten tion to make regular trips once a week here after, arriving here on Tuesday evening and leaving Thursday morning. Mr. D. drives a "2:40" team, and we hope if any of our citizens h...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 5 December 1857

The Kanzas News. 8ATURDAY,::::::rJ)ECE3IBEB 6, 1857. What we Drink. No other people on the face of the earth indulge in such a variety of beverage as do Oar cobblers, juleps, smashes, cocktails, &c, have already gained a world-wide repu tation, as peculiarly American drinks. In old times, when puie liquors could be had, and were generally sold at moderate prices, our people sometimes lived to an old age as strong tipplers; but we cannot tell at -the present day wnat we are ann&ung aye, he's a wise man who, without chemical anal ysis, could tell, though the effects will ! fori, onerry, ana jueueira wiaes; urauujr, champagne, fcc., are manufactured and adul terated to suit all flavors, by unscrupulous dealers, who realize fortunes in the busi ness. The man who quaffs much, of either, must be "made of oak and copper fastened" to stand it long. For the benefit of our readers, we clip the following recipes from the New York Atlas. They are prepared expressly for liquor-dealers, a...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 12 December 1857

THE KANZAS NEWS: H&tel Ztoj Satsrlaj Ikes, it Ikpera, Izsss, Tkuo 7V DoUart prr annxrt, in dvcr. Bates of Advertising. first insertion, per line, ten cents; each subse quent Insertion, fire cents; one dollar a line, per annum. Ifcsplsyed advertisement one-half oyer the above rate. All transient and foreign adver tisements most be accompanied by the cash, to in sure insertion. The Kanzas News. ATURDAT.:.:::::DECEMBEB 12, 189T FBEE STATE GOH VJiNTIOU". The Topeka Constitution Again 1 ixiumpnant i THE TREEHES OF TTA'nTZAS HOVHTG I 21 rs. Cunningham' Constitution Denoanced Freedom the Yoice of the Masses The Deles ate Coaventioa Stands a the Oin- ralter of oar Libertie-Tbe People's Organization the only True Government of Kaazas I mt i Reported for Ths News, Lawbthcx, Dec. 2, 1857. TBX mUXQ 1CAS1FXSTXD. The morning dawned auspiciously The soft hazy mist of an Indian Summer's day hung over the bare brown swells and plains, and the ether was undimmed by one cloud. Everything smiled up...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 12 December 1857

The Kanzas Mws. P.B. PLUMB, : : S Proprietor and Editor. H. J, U.I!fTO!?, : : Corrcspoadins Editor. EMPORIA, KANZAS: . 8ATUBPAY,::::DECE2IBER 12, 1857. To Correspondents and Exchanges. Oar mail facilities re such it present, that it txe us eTeml wetii to receive even our Territo rial fitngii and correspondence, and should deem it a favor if Correspondents and Publishers would ehange the direttkra of letters and exchan ges to Lawrenee, Eanzas, from which place to Em poria there is established a regular independent express line, by which means we receive our mail regularly. - ' The Delegate Convention The Ee-rnlt, - Oa our outside this "week "will be found a fall and comet report of the proceedings of tbe Delegate Convention of the people of Kansas, held at Lawrence on the 2a instant It will be seen that tbe utmost harmony and enthusiasm prevailed. Thk is significant, and show3 conclusively that although the people may ,become distracted when false issues are presented and attempts ma...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 12 December 1857

The Ti;HPAYvn:DECE31IlEB It, tST. Terms of Subscription. , . ... . . - . (u4 U fetter ap f dak,) . - . H Bates f. Advertising. . ... ton Iim. er uio. 0 toartfc nliu ' IT- .i mas. H : TOT. M M. Om klf cJ.tkrt liRifiieawti Mat he pais is nia. Single copies of The News in wrappers for sale st UiUoffice. five eenUper copy. ; . x Blas DtcLAX-iTiois for filing, for sale at this office. ' ' - Wanted at this Office A few eords of wood 2T feet is length, on subscription. GrssJUTBi3ro.: By reference to our ad vertising columns it will be seen that Mr. Graton has opened a shop on New Hamp shire street, Lawrence, where be is ready to do all kinds of work in the Gansmithing line, including repairing. The weather for the past week has been so pleasant that we are almost led to believe .v. has. been a reverse in the order of UW , things by which we are to have summer over again, for surely this is more like the "dog days" than December generally is. Heartrending. The eloquent and touching appeals ...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 12 December 1857

Concluded' from First page; Gen. Lftne moved that when this Conven tion adjourn, it adjourn tome tat 10 o'clock at Leccmpton, on Monday, next, and that the Convention be - subject to the call of the Chairman of the Territorial Executive Committee-. CVrviivl . . . ' ; spoke of the section he represented, which he said was "the next worse place to Atchi son," but he added, it was improving. He wanted each delegate to be authorized to go home to his constituents and arouse them to action." He introduced the following reso lution : Resolved, That the Delegates to this Con vention be requested to call meetings in each precinct and report to their constituents the action of this Convention. - Carried. Mr. J ohn McKay, of Wyandott, was next called. He was glad the resolutions had been passed, 'in the' unanimous manner in which they had. He thought there was yet work to do by the Free State men of Kanzaa, but believed the people were pre pared for it." " " On motion of Gen. Lane a committee...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 19 December 1857

THE HA NZ AS NEWS: Uhhd Ertrj &tnday laniin, it fepara, Xasas, Tekxs-Tw DvUart per kkk,m udvner. Rates of Advertising.; - - ; Krs insertion,, per liae, ten cents; eaeh aubse nnent insertion, fire cents: one dollar a liBe, per annum Displayed advertisements oae-half over the above rates. All transient and foreign adver tisements must be accompanied by the cash, to in sure insertion. ' - " . - ' . T , ' JOB PRINTING.;- j' . The office of Thx av irrt Is furnished with a complete assortment of the newest stile of Tjpe, Borders, Flourishes, Cuta, Cards, Fanej Papers, Colored Inks, Eronxe, fcc, enabling the proprietor to print Cxscvuss, Golds, CzxTincana or Stock, DoHr Pocxu. and all other kinds of Jos Psnmxo, in a manner tmsurpaased in tha country. Particular, attention paid to printing all .kinds of Blanks Orders for work promptly attended to -when accompanied with Cass. x cusioara is our raotfco. . - - THE PEOPLE ALWAYS CONQUER, By P. B. Plumb. EMPOKIA, KANZAS, DECEMBER 19, 1857. V...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 19 December 1857

The Kanzas News. P. B. PLUMB, t : : Proprietor and Editor, tfc. J. HINTOJf, s t Corresponding Editor. EMPORIA, KANZAS: SATTJirDAY.:::::DECE2iBEir 19, 1S6T. : To Correspondents and Exchanges. Oar mail facilities are stwh at present that it takes bs aeTeral week to reeeive even our Territo rial exchanges and correspondence, and we should deem it a favor if Correspondents and Publishers would change the direction of letters and exchan ges to Lawrence, Kanzas, from which place to Em poria there is established a regular independent express line, by which means w receive our mail regularly. , . Be not Deceived. A few weeks ago we noticed that Senator Douglas' organ, the Chicago Timet, Col. Forney's paper, The Press, of Philadel phia, the ''Albany Alias, and other North ern Democratic journals were opposing the Dodge framed by their Ruffian allies in Kanzas. : We pat little faith in the utteran ces of these organs. We warn the people of Kanzas not to tiust these indications. The South rule...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 19 December 1857

The Kanzas News. 4TCBDAYnnDECEMltER 19, 1857 m Terms of Sabscriptioa. Siact TT. T Tea eop- J. : (aaJ mm t crUMt p f dak.) ...KM Rates of Advertising. rMtiuntiw. pt liM. tea casts; aae nhdMt imwrtira. t- mm UIm a Um. ear Om farth cola , . -ttrf hhi di mo. II ; iu year. MM. Oaa half crf. une mm., n ; x -. 8n 7r. S M. AUti cat ,4 fctaiga aarto rata A fc caia im aaTaaca. Single copies of Thi News id wrappers for sale Bt this office, at five cents per copy. . Hi 4 Blaxx Dicijulatkkm for filing, for tale at this office. Wasted at this Office. A few cords of wood feet in length, on subscription. Grog Shops, Poverty and Democracy. It is reckoned that there is one liquor n for everv eighteen families in New York city, and for some neighborhoods in the city one grog shop tor every ten iami lies!" . The above paragraph affords a clue to much of the destitution which prevails to such a frightful extent in New York, as well as in many other of our large cities. When a financial crisis like the p...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kanzas news. — 19 December 1857

Concluded from First page. the safety, security and appropriation of the proceeds. ' - - Sec. 2." A liberal system of internal im provements being essential to the develop ment of the resources of the country shall be encouraged by the government of this state; and it shall be the duty of the legis lature, as soon as practicable, to ascertain by law proper objects of . improvement in relation to roads, canals, and - navigable streams, and to provide for a suitable-application of such funds a3 may be appropriated for such improvements, y, CORPORATIONS. Sec. 1. Corporations may be formed un der a general ' law, but the legislature may by special act create bodies politic for mu nicipal purposes, where "the objects of the corporations cannot be attained under it; all general laws or special acts enacted under the provisions of this section may be alter ed, amended, or repealed, by the Legisla ture at any time. - Sec. 2. No corporation shall take private property, for public use without...

Publication Title: Kanzas News, The
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