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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 30 July 1859

Daily Weak. . ! BT CHAfcl.ES MACIiT. Who lags for dread of daily work. And hiaappointcd tmk w.uU sbiri; Commit a f-llr and acruu": A soulless slave a paltryknavc A clog upon the wheels of Tims. With ork to do. and tre cf health, Tho man's unworthy to be free. Who will not give, tl at be may lire. Hit daily toil for Jailj foe. No! Let u? work! We only ask Reward proportioned to our task; We have no quarrel with the great; No foud with rink with mill or bank So envy of a lord' estate. If we eon earn auilioient store. To satisfy our daily need. And can retain, fur nitosnd pain, A fraction, wears rich indeed. Nn dread of toil hare we or oonj We know our worth, and weigh our powers; '1 iio luore we work tho inure we win; Success to Trade! Sncees to Spade ! And to the oorn that' coming inl . And joy to bim, who o'er his ta-ik ilomcinbers toil is Nature's plan; Who, working, thinks and never sinks His independence as a tnnn. Who only asks for humblest wealth, Enough for competency and heal...

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. — 6 August 1859

XiT m:--Two Dollars lcr Annum In Advancr. "TaCTH CKUSIIED TO EARTH SHALL ttlSE AGAIN." A Family IVeTrnpaper Independent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, AUGUST 6, 1859. NUMBER 3-VOLUME 5. Devotional Incitements. Where will their stop, those breathing Power Trie cpiritsiif tbo new-buro (lowers? T ifi wander wiih the breez-i, th- wind ivt.irre'cr (lie sin-am a pa-i-ase buii ; . I pin. in theiruativearouuu they risa I , uia:c ai-i ilii inn jiii- ; Krrin bumble note-, modest th me, fciiialeii, tbe e-seit.i&lodirs climb, A-if uu -pace helnw tnerky Tnrir sub'lc flight e.iuld satisfy; li'itven will not tax our tnuusbtawith prida II iikeauibiliua bo thtir guide. T!.,n,d' by thi Vinliert of Miy-showeri Tnfl "pirifc-quickener id the liuwers. Dial wirb moist viriuo Hnftlii tMi-avves The laii-, ntoi freshens the unjr leaves. Tne birl pour fortb their suuis in notes lit mpi t-, Iroin a iiiiu.ind thrusts, l!-Ti'Ch"cktfd b tin, impetuous baste, W'lrl there ths mu-tc ...

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. — 6 August 1859

ii i 1 if Ife ge.d of Jtctloty. CEO. W. BBOWIf Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. BATCRDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 185D. Tf BXS.-ft.eO FEB AVHm.IK ADVA3CI Hre hall tbe ProMthe Peeale'erigbtaauiatala TJaaw'd br rtr, ead aabrt bed k j tula, FU4c4 batto Trait, Ukarly u4 Lav. Km Favrawayaa.aaeae Fear ehall awe. . To Sabeerlfeere. (X j When the term for which eobneribers re ceiving their paper b) mail or at the Pout-office ii ont or nearly an, we eonver the intelligence by eroea at the end of their names like the one at the eommeneement of thianotiee. This will (ire all a fair opportunity to know when their time ia op, ami nerve ai an invitation to renew tnetraobserintioni. TTP Extra enniea of the Herald ef Freedom put op in wranpera for mailing, if desired, can be bad at the Office, f rice, i ire Lents each. Whitherward. Southern fire-eaters have led the North era Democrats stop by step from the old land-mark. The Wilmot proviso doc trine gave way to the declaration that the people of. each Territory...

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. — 6 August 1859

4 LAWRENCE. K. T. gjtariaj Nornlnf , August 6, 1859. Qfla tbe vote in tbe Wyaodott Con tentioD od tbe question of prohibiting lUverv in tbe new State, there was bui wte in the negative. The Demo unts oted ye, with bnt one exception. This ihowa that the question of prohibit ing slavery in Kansas is not an issue be tween tbe Democratic and Republics! parties. They both occupy the same pe tition. Tbe Democratic -party are no more responsible for the one rote giren for ilarery, than are the Republicans fot tbe abolitionism of John Ritchie. Mora Bain. The rain fell on Tuesday night last in in almost unintermitting shower, answer ing to their entire satisfaction the prayers of those who have been praying for rain. It fell from six to seven inches in depth by sctual measurement. fjy-Dr. Root was made temporary Chairman of the Republican Convention by a decided vote, thus showing that the tbafis of malice of tbe Lawrence Republi can have failed of their mark in another direction. fTWe call ...

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. — 6 August 1859

!1 : r I: i From ti Run Journal, The Bong of tlx Brook. Fmni the spring beneath the beech-tree. Where the bubbling waters rise, There began my wayward wanderings, '.Neath the blue of summer skies. Like a thread of liquid crystal. lis some fairy finaors spun Lengthening nut my liny current. Day and night I tireless ran. Through toe meadow. where the diisieg . Heck theeineral-i turf with suott, Wi'.bthesuushineon my bjsuai. Singing merrily I go. Through the wood, with troops of shadow Dancing to tue restless leaves; Where the wild vines o'er rac streaming Many a uaaiaU weired cbaplet weaves. And the inn, like gulden raiu-drops. Filter through, the uaken screen. Where the nius.s-beds and the lichens. Edge my pitb with tufts ul green! Down the rocky hillside sliding In and out, from stair to stair. Till, midway the rocks o'ersweepirig, Oae .tt plunge, the last, 1 dare. Then, from ont tho white foam stealing. Past tho mill I make m wy, , . , Where the ponderous wheel hangs Gripping, Gree...

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. — 13 August 1859

r l t.n i a 1 IViiO til I OP iL -ilVJ U A II illL v - '""""Th 1 --rr'-i rr1"'- - Terms: Two Dollars Per AnnumIn Advance. " TRUTH CRUSHED TO IAETH SHALL RISE AGAIN." A Family Newspaper Independent on AH Subjects BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, AUGUST 13. 1859. . NUMBER 4-VOLUMR 5. Constitution of the State of Kansas ; Adopted at Wrandou, JbJt 29, 1859. ORPINANCE. Whereas, the Government of (he United S'atea is the proprietor of a largo portion of the Linda included in the limits of tht Su'e of Kansas as de6ned by this Con ititunon ; and whereas the State of Kan sas will possess the right to tax said land for purpose of government, and for othe purposes ; Now, therefore, be it ordained by the people of Kansas, that the right o' the State of Kansas to tax such lands, i relinquished forever, and the State ol Kansas will not interfere with the title ol the United States to such lands, nor with any regulation of Congress in relation thereto, nor tax non-residents higher than re...

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. — 13 August 1859

Jty JfelD of li-eeSch). CEOt W. SBOWIIi EdIWr. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. BATDRDAY MORNING, iEGUST '11, 1253. TIRII.-SS.Oe PES ASHm.15 ADVAXCZ Hare the Prc the IVoplc'p rlsr btaaulatala tfeiawafcy eartr, ewaaabrlbeS fera-aliM rieaseS bnt to Truth, te IJSertr Uw, Ko Farer sways . eaa Fear (hall owe. To Snbacrlbera. (T) When the term f.r whteh subscribers re- eeivina- thir pipr by roVil or at the rrwt-tiffiee is out or nuRxtj , we e-nTo the intell:enceby a cross at the end of tbnir name", like the on" at the nomtnonoeuitnt of this notif. This will stive all a f ir opportnnily to km.w when tbeir time U up. an.l servo u an iuviiation to renew their subscriptions. Itj Extra copies of the Herald of Fried on put up in wrumvrsfor umiiii c. if dnaireil, can be bad fcl tao Oifice. l'rice. rue Cents each. Jostle to the Ifef.ro. The Republicans make no little ado be cause tbey dodged so adroitly the "uig ger" question, as they facetiously style it. They recognized negro equality and they didn't. Bat the...

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. — 13 August 1859

Jfje geld of f iree8oh. LAWRENCE. K. T. Saturday Mornin?, August 13, 1859. A Brace of Honest Ooafeeeioaa. The apportionment, for instance, was roucocted with a view to make the new g.io decidedly Republican. Tapeka Tribune. The Wjamlott eorrexpondent of the Pittsburgh Dispatch, speaking of the hush w., up or the fraud investigations, says : There is danger, too, that the affair will he abandoned without being suffi ciently probed. The fact U, I am sorry to say, that the Republicans have do back bone.' They are not under efficient drill. It is well for tut that wa hava twenty of a majority. Ho also itatei that nine Republicans in caucus favored the submission of a black liW clause to the people separately, and adJs: There is not a Republican in Conven tion who does not abhor the idea of a bUck law in his heart, but some of them ttaail in the most iutense fear of Demo cratic tricks, and for that reason cannot act out their own sentiments. '"Daughters of Malta. -The lad editor of the B...

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. — 13 August 1859

Continued-from first page. c'idcIs on the first Tuesday in December, A. D. 1850, for the election of members of tbe first Legislature, of all State, Dis trict tod County officers provided for in this Constitution, and for a Representa tive in Congress, r See. 12. All persons bavin? the qualifi cations of electors, according to the provi sions of this Constitution, at the date of each of said elections, and who shall have been duly registered according to tbe pro visions of the registry law of this Territo ry, and none others, shitll be entitled to TOta at each of said elections. Sec. 13. The persons who mar be Judges of the several voting precincts of mis i armory at trie date or tbe respec tive elections in this schedule T.rnvirler! for, shall be the Judges of the respective vicubiuua uereiD prOYluCU lor. Sec 14. The said Judges of election, be. ore entering upon tbe duties of their orace, snail tafce and subscribo an oath t : . t r ii , , .... jaimiuiiv 10 oiscnarge their duties a...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 20 August 1859

- ' ' ! ' y ' ' i' it. iiii'S-t'.- l.r. j ; .1 ,-,jr v r .) : i. r i- :,;:,...':?( i ru 1 f.t 4 1 ;' "' :i3- I tj, ir::.- 1 4-1 . : li -iii: V :i i ' )" j , j f ' , ' ! s li'i'Ti'v! ,::,Kma.-. V ! u;ii;-;i t1 ivt ,r,'m,, i' 'j , - .i Jl. til Terms:Tro Dollars Per Annam In Advance. . " TEUTH CfiCSHED TO IAETH 8SALL RISK AGAIN." A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Subjects BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, AUGUST 20. 1859. . NUMBER 5 VOLUME 5- .EJR.AJLB V ' 1 I i TV 1 , . IT II II III V 1 1 ii1 ii hVA i ju y mjiv Jio . I 1 'Tie Gold! 'Tis Sold! IT AXES L. IOCHK. What it it worldlinc bow before; And thieves and murderers adnre. Corrupt the joani and damns the old T rTiOold! TuGold! 'Tin not for me 1 my heart detests It bsughty rule, it proud behests; It turns the warmest nature cold, Corrupting gold, corrupting gold i What is it dooms to live and die Vnblest-, tha fcarta It could not bar T Bstrtsl tU honest, tries the bold ? 'TisOoldl 'TUUold! What is it sets one friend, one ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 20 August 1859

The1 Jfetyld of rireedoh). OEO. T. IROWM , Kdlter. LAWRENCE KANSAS. 8ATUEDAT MORNING, AUGUST 20, 1859. tikhs . per Airvra.ni uruci lUr (hall the Pre, the Peeylc'.rtjliUmaUlaU vmrnw mj wtr, aa ukriM j cala, M4a;4 ka la Train. ! LI here j Law, a rsvarewaiae.naarsarafcallawe. T aakacrlfestre. (X) When the term for whiah atTinf their papers bj mail or at the Poetwiffiee out or newrir , we eonrejr tne inlell jtence b a eroee a the end of th-ir name, like tha one at the commencement of tbia mi ice. Thi will give all a fair opportunity to knew when their time le op. ana eerr a as Invitation to renew their snbeeription. Tp Extra eopiM of tha Braid frmdom ? m wrapper! for mailicr. if draired, eas - mm MWVUIBl. rnOfliflTlbllHtKBi Mora Border BaOaa Uaarpstioa. Ths usurpation connected with tbe La compton Constitution is (till fresh in tbe miodi of tbe people, end a repetition of tbe Mine outrage by tbe Wyandott Con vention is rawing a storm of indignation gainst tbeir Constitution. Tbe Lecompt...

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. — 20 August 1859

Jl)?. gctyid; of ."-JirceJcHi; 'Lawrence, k.t.' gatnrdij MornlB?, laust 20, 1859. Th Voting Right of Womi.' Th Wjanrliitt CoiivHiiiifH Judiciary Committee through their chuirrnaD.. Mr; K niTi in, rcprteJ against giving women the rht r niffriige. They reasoned that "iherijjh's of women are safe in the (ires tr.t bawls.". "Such right as are natural (re row 1 1 joyed at fully by women a by mm ." So voting and holtlit.g office are tot ratural rights, but as they further ft-el, "merely pnfilieat in their character," nH should be wtthrHrld from wotticd that they m'ht better attend to their duties rives and mother. The GinTeniior in doied the report, yet tome of its mem ber tnke to themselves the credit of hav ing secured ixiliiieal rights for women in the sphere if school, inatter. Tni ig claimed as agre.it advance if so, it is an advance from the position taken by the Convention itself. Before, however, we accord it a high meed of praise, it is well to can the section which gives such a ...

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. — 20 August 1859

5 oef irj. Eutt Hot Best Hot BY COETBR. Without haste ! without rest! Bind the motto to thjr breast I Hear it with thee as a speU ; Storm or sunshine, guard it well : Heed not (lowers that round thee bloom ; Dear it onward to the tomb 1 Haste not let no thoughtless deed Mar for e'er the spirit's speed ; Fonder well and know the right. Onward then, with all thy might; Haste not years can ne'er alone For one reckless action done. Rest not life is sweeping by. Do and dabe before you die; Something; misbty and sublime . . Leave behind to conquer time; Glorious 'tie to live for aye When thete forms have puted away ! Jlaete not 1 reetnot! calmly wait. M eekly bear the storms of fate ; Jutjf be thy polar guide Do the rtkt whate'er bntide! HaU not net not conflicts past, tiod ihall erown thy work at laat. J)t -(fety.t) of f jreedofci. LAWRENCE. K. T. Satardiy Morals?, Ausas. 20, 1850, The Faclfla BaUread Boat. A California correspondent of the St, Louis Sepullican writes in reference to the...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 27 August 1859

.5- ' . . ' - f ..''-, - .r V v ' " - .-: : . ... - V I vi Tcrms:--Tiro Dollar Per BY G. W. BROWN & ?oetij. "Where there' a Will thtre'e a War.'' : r Liz 4 cooc. We bve fith in old proverbs full sorely. For Wisdom ha trued what they WU, -ami Truth mar be drasrn up a purely From them, a it mr from "a well." Let u qaestion the thinker and doers. And hear what tbay boueaily say. And inn'll find they believe, like bold wooers, In "Where there' a will there a way." - The hill have bem bigb for Man' mounting. The woods hare been Heme for hi txe. The tar bare bean tbiok for h is eoarti n, ' The sands liave been wide for his track. ' The sea has b&en deep fur his diving. The pulls have been broad for hi sway, But bravely he's proved in strivinc. That "Whore there' a will there' a way." Have e vice ft) at ak a destroyer? " ": Or passions tbal need your control? Let Reason become your employer. And yourbndy be ruled by your toot. Fight on, though y bleed in the trial; . Kesi-t with al...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 27 August 1859

Yi JPie gefyid of EfreeJoft. fiEO. W. mOWHi Eellletr. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. IATUEDAT MORNIKG, 1IGE8T !7, 1859. TiH-4i.H ns min.ii avtaxok far ahall the Prsaa the Peale'erichtaeuttsal Chmw r awtr. aaarf aaa ar rl, ruse ee t Tralh. ta Liberty mmd Law. STe rnmwaiiHiUinrairilalltwa, T akscribers. X) Whan tha tn for whieh enbseribere re eeirin their papers bj mail or at tha Ppet-ofliee M o or nearly to. wo eonvey me inteutf enee or aerostat the end of their name, like the one " at tha eommanaamant at thia sntioa. Thie will fire all a fair opportunity to know whan their inae ia ap. and eerve a an invitation to renew their subscriptions. JO" Extra eopies of the Htralt of Trttiom put op in wrappere for mailing, if desired, can he had at the Offiee. Prise. Fire Cent each. Jadge fohnetea. Oq our first trip to Kansas, op tha Mis souri river, in tha fall of 1854, wa Bade tha acquaintance of Hod. Sakpbbs W. Johxitox. Ha wa then on hia way to the Territory from Ohio, to assume tbe duties of hia offic...

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. — 27 August 1859

He BetylJ of Bree5oh). LAWRENCE. K. T. gatnrdir Morning, Aujast 27, 1859. Iaformanoa Wanted. I 1 List week we ran a parallel between I Judge Johkstoh and Mr. Pabbott, ean-1 will have free access to all the privileges AAie for delegate to Congress, and land immunities of the institution,, ' Ho bowed that (he difference between the I gentlemen, politically, wa about the same ai that between tweeoieaee ana tweed le-1 dam. It trU9 008 claims to be a Be-1 an poblican and tbe other a Democrat, but, is we bare repeatedly declared, neither of these parties, as organized in Kansas, has any binding force upon us. The Re- publican organization is a bastard affair at best. Instead of planting itself upon the national platform of the Republican par- be mild, yet firm, appealing to tbe prin iy,it has stolen the principal plank in cities of honor and right. And we ear ths Cincinnati platform of 1856, and un- neatly solicit the co-operation of paren'S der tbe assumed name of Republican, is toring t...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 27 August 1859

foefH). TaaTperaaea Bear, Veiled a tweet robin, one morniag la Mar. hat nag in the apple-tree over the war, Wlui 'MM iha tu airaring ao aweetlr about. jor I'd triad a lonf time, bat eoold not and oat. "Why. I'm ran," aha replied, "you aaaotcaan Don't yoa aew I aa liogingeUmperenee song? TeetotaP 0, that i tha tnt word of w lay. A nrf thea Aoa'l von hoar how 1 twitter awar? TU beeaas I'to jaat dipped mjr beak in tha aprioc. And brushed tha fair face of tha lake with mt mint. Cold water, aold water, res, that la mi song. And 1 lore ta kaap singing it ail tbeday long. And now mr sweet miss, won't yoa giro ma a ernmnr Tor the dear little nestlings are waitlna- at home. A ad aaa thing betid, unco mjr story yoa'v neard. I hope youH remember the ley of tha bird ; And nerer forget while yoa liat to mr aong. All the bird to tha aold water arour belong." Tor On Herald of Tr-Aom, Deaf laa County Agrlcaltaral aooleiy. Lawbinci, Aug. 13tb, 1859. Pursuant to adjournment, tlie Board of the Douglas...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 September 1859

I.' -ft f - 1 (1 p Of ' - ' I I J I III I I . --- Terin:Tfro Dollars Per Annum In Adrance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EAETB SHALL aisE A6AlK.fi A Family JVcwgpapcrIndependcnt on All Subjects. BY G. V. BROWN & CO. - LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 3. 1859. ? NUMBER 7 VOLUME 5. Th Qolden Tear. Y TIMifrSON. W ilP end wake and sleep, but all thine? move; The sun flies forward to his brother snn; The dark earth follow.-, whaled in her eclipse; And human thingj, r turning oa themselves, Hure onward, leading up the (olden year. Ah! thonvh the tine when soma new thoughts can bad Are but m poets' caoo8 when they flower, Tet tea. that daily gain npon the shore Hare ebb and flow eoDditionins; their march. And tluw and suraeuines up the golden jear. When wealth no more shall rest in moulded heap. But, rain with freer light, shall slowly melt la nnor stream, to fauen lower Ian-is, And Ue'it shall spread, and man be liker atan, Through all the seasons of the (olden year. Shall eeate not be eagles? Wrens b...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 September 1859

Ije Jelr.d of Fftedcft). ceo. vr. brown Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING,' SEPT. I, 1P59. TCBV. PER AWttrM.IW ABVAHCF Hmlill IW Prsaatli Pacate'ricataBaiatala TJ .taw's j aai-ty, ad aaarlaei ay gwAm, P1eaa-4 tatta Trl.t Llbfrty aai Law, STa rmr.ori .. . War .hall aw. Ta) ftajbarrl her. (V) Win th for wMerrnlwurner ra- eiTinr 'heir niper b tn'l or at the Vmt-clR" innt o n-t)r iw, w .nnve the int11i(eneebr a rrn at tha end rf tfcMr nam, liVe tha at the nmm-neme. r ht potir. Tbi will five all a fair opportunity tn know when their tim i no, and rve u an invitation to renew their subscriptions. ""S Fx'ra mitlm of tha fTimM nf Frftfeim pot bii In crTwr fnr maillc. if dired, ian be had at the Office. Price. Fire Cents eaeh. " Said Oat tha Damoeraov." The charge that we hire sold out to the Democracy is too tXalt to be repeated. The cry was first raised in the winter of l?56-7, when we (rave what encouragement we could to sustain the administration of Gov. Geasv, and aided him, wi...

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

JIS Jfefyld of lirecDoh). LAWRENCE. K. T. Saturday Morning, Sept. 3, 1850. Tb Lawrence Republican en Mr. Farrott i nmre snpsll'ng picture of corruption and i,! ,tltwheri can ha-dly be conceivd. rr1'. .. , . i-i I,, .k.,.(T,;, ii:r .i.r tin11 f y, . : ' t- . . f iheofnca-hnllers in the l"nitei Politics become a trade a game. Latent trick'ters. without fixed principle. rhnr'n'an. with small brain, but j,.irht nf hand. a blushing debauchee. 5c in in rH kir? Wit" p"liul1n."U"rinjinuu"B,WUH irui- ilieir f wn and others' Tote., crowd thern- int.i every poaiiioa 01 nonor ana prcnt. ,1 through the prostitution of partisan ma frco themselves upon an unwilling ,",, ascandidates for every office. The Republican party of Kansas owes it to snd to ii principles to ntterlr repudiate 'rj ;inntiii.wh'le clag of leeches andpara The Free-Mate party ruined itself, and .,1 nigh ruined the esuse, by attempting 'n tho crushing load of BRHSKKS candi ,,T(.i snd licentious leaders. The strength of i K"pu bhr...

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