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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 8 October 1859

BrilaanM trm Ten'ITla. SBim. I think the saints, I am not (real For if than evr a grief to ma, i .rv in .llenA. Anil have dona: Nona know it, and my teari have brought ma But evea where th spirit of little ones A greet aa tboaa of great ones, rat thu iriof In addad tba grief tba greet moat bear, Tbat bewaoev er much they n desire Silence, thai eannot weep behind a cloud. Thar, Rapt up ia sweet talk or lively, ail on lore And (port, and tilU,Mdpleaare,(fnrthe time Wh Uaitime, and aa jretnoiin was dreamed,) Bode under gioves that Inuked a paradise Uf blossom, over ibeets of hyacinth Tbat teemed the heavens Bp-breaking through to eartb. . But, erer after, the imall violence dona Rankled in bim and ruffled all bia heart. Aa tbe ebarp wind tbat ruffle all day lone A little bitter pool about a atone On the bare coajt, '- TBI PABIWaXL. ' Pajuinn-fhmle thev met And treated: hands to banda. and ere to eye. Low on the border of her eouob tber aat Stammering and staring: it was their last hoar...

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. — 15 October 1859

'1 v. a ...; r 1 rerms:--Tro Dollars Per Annuiu-Ia Advance. 'TIIUTfl CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL BISE AGAIN." A Family Newspaper Independent on All Subject. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, OCTOBER 15. 1859. NUMBER 13 VOLUME 5. ... Qood CHfli. Bods and bloMoma, tree and flower. fturjlixht's paintinc. lommer'nhowan, Silver dew-drops, g-ilden ran, Siar-temmed evenings, ttin-litdeys, liurstint; glories of the morn. Gem tbat erening skie adorn, rVrfumes. fnngs, light, life and lore These the gift of Heaven above, Liqnid, laughing, birdlinr lari. .Murmuringforast-notee of praise, ientle rustling of tueleares .Nature's raried symphonies: Laugh of tinkling mountain rills; hchoes from the grauile hills. Hues of morn and stars of eren 1 beset he blessed rift of liearen. Mending stalk and laden Tinea, Fruits that gah with Nature's wines. Morning glowing wreath of smiles, Sunl ight i sweet, enchanting wile; Melting view end changing scene, (olden light and siWer sheen, V nices of the ere ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 15 October 1859

o i Jt gellS of Jjreedoty. CBO. IMWHt EilMi. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATUBDAY MORNING, OCT. 15, 1859. TIIIMI.N FEB AirjTCM.IH ATAKOK l (kail the tiM tee rMtMHfktoutHibi taw" T swty, mm nab he J (ate, Mga4 kilH Trth.te Uherty mm Law, . V 'verswaTaae.BataereareaaUawa. Te Subscribers. (X) When the terra for which subscribers re ceiving their papers br mail or at the Post-office if oat or Bearly.sc we confer the intelligence by at the commencement of this notice. Thil will (Tire all a (air opportunity to know whan their lime u op, ana serve M an invitation to renew their subscription!. VTT Extra eonlea of the Herald of Frmtdom putop in wrappers for mailin if desired, eaa beoaa M ttaeUuice. rnce. ire treats eaon. Tie Fight goee bravely oil The factions have bad at bitter a fight in Leavenworth ai in Lawrence, though marked by more pluck tban wag shown by the opposition to Lane and Conway. In the first ward, a primary meeting-was held for the election of Delegates to the County Convention. Cham...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 15 October 1859

J . He geid of FiNjedoh). V LAWRENCE. K. T. Saturday Morninj, Oct. 15, 1859. DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS I Csn(reslenal Canvass t SANDERS W. JOHNSTON, The Democratic candidate far Delegate to Congress has rctnrned anri will address the pw nle fir Kens,Stri'Ae htf, ai follow Wednesday, October 4th, 3 P. M., Topeka, Shawnee county. Thursday, October th. 9 P. !., Leeompton, Douglas count. 7 Thursday. October th. 7 P. M., Lawrence. Dcuilna county. Friday, October 7th, P. M., Minneola, Frank lin eonnt;. Saturday, October 8th, 8 P. M.. Burlingame, Shawnee county. l onday , Oc tober 10 tb, S P. M ., Emporia, Breck inridge oounty. Tuesday, October llth, P. M., Ottumwa, Cof fey county. Wednesday, October Uih,S P.M., Burlington. Coffer county. Thursday, October 13th. 8 P. M Le Koy. Cof fev eounty. Friday. Ootobor Mth, P. It., Neosho Fails. Wixxlson county. .Saturday, October 15th, S P. M., Cofaehiqu. Allen county. Saturday, October 15th, 7 P. M., Humboldt, Allen county. Monday, October 17th, S P. M.,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 15 October 1859

XndUa Summer. Then is s timejustwhen tbe frost Prepares to pa ve old Winter's way, WhenAstamn inn reverie lost. The mellow day time dreams away; When Hammer comes, in marine mind. To gese onae more oa hill and dell. To auk how many sheaves they bind. Ana sea if all are ripened well. With balm breath sbewhispers low; The dying Bowers look upandgive Their eweeteet incense ere they go. For her who made their beaatiee lire. She enter 'neaih the woodland's (hade. Her sephyrs lift the liogering leaf. And bear in (entle where are laid The loved and loet one of iu grief. At last old Autumn, rising, take Again hit sceptre and his throne, With boiiteroni hand the tree he shakes. Intent on fathering all hie own. Sweet Summer sighing, flies the plain. And weitint Winter, gaunt and (trim. See arise Antamn hoard hie train And imilee to think it'aall of him. Xfje ftetyid of EVeedoh). LAWRENCE. K. T. Satardaj Bloralng, Oct. 15, 1859. The Amron in Ibe Mountains. The following description of the rece...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 22 October 1859

U If II ' ill ' , 1J --1 M U 1 ' " " ; : ! i - ' - " - i - i ., . . .. . .. . . .-- . - - , .-, . ... i- " - i - .. i I... i.- ... i - i ... i. i . t trra:--Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. TRUTH CRUSHED To EAETH SHALL (USE AGAIN." A Family Newspaper 'Independent on, A II Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, OCTOBER 22, 1859. , I ; ,., NUMBER 14--VOLUME 5. Bsanufal Ode. BT i. Q. WBITTIEB. Tbii day two bnndred year ae;o. The wild rape by the river ride. And Uuiteleel jtrnund-nut trmilinc low. The table of the wood supplied. L'nknoon the apples, red aod (old. The blushing tint, of prach and peer; The Mirror of the Fowwow told No tale of orchard rare. Wild m the fniit! he !rned to till. Thee velee the idle Ind'aa rnid; Nnr knew the tlad creni ire k ill, The jo of him who toils with God. O painterof the fruits and H'.werf! We thank thee for thy wiae designs, , hereb the e human hand of ouni In nature's (ardeo work with thine. And, thank, that from na r dail y need The j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 22 October 1859

Jijt geftild of ituboty. BO. W. IMWH. EAIlar. LAWRENCE. KANSAS SATURDAY UORMNG, OCT. II, 1859. TEAMS. eS.SS PKB ANNUM. IK ADVANCE ere ebaU tfee froeotke Feaale'aricMeaalatala Caawt y aartr. eJoeerlar e a-ela. flllWl eatte Tratb. te Ufcrtj aaS Law. a Faeereweyeee.eae'aeFeereBenawe. - T aAacrikera. (X) Whan the term for which ubseriber re ai'int their papers bj mail or at the Pont-ofEee Hoot or nearly fo, we eonver the intelligence br aeroeaat the end of their name like the one at the eommeneement of thU notice. Thii will n-ive all a fair opportunity to know when their time ie up. and servo aa an invitation to renew their subscriptions. irj Extra copies of the, Herald of rntdom put np in wrappers for mail inc. if desired, ean do aaa at toe (Office. Price. Fire Cenu each. FOB PRESIDENT YS lew. SALMON P. CHASE, Of Ohio. FOB VICE PRESIDENT, NATHANIEL P. BANKS, ' Of Massachusetts. Subject to the decision of the Republi can National Convention. On Candidates. We place at the head of onr ed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 22 October 1859

XIS Ifetyld of Jfreeiohj. LAWRENCE, K. T. gatirdaj MeniiBg, Oct. 22, 1859.' DEMOCRATIC .ntETIXCBt Cenf resalonal Cairiii I SANDERS W. JOHNSTON, Monday, October S4th, 8 P. M., Olathe, John son county. Tucftay. October 2Sth,8 P. M Prairie City. Tfr.nglas county. WVlnemlny. October 96tb, 3 P. M.. Teeumseb. Shswiioe county. Tnurdav, October 27th, 3 P. M Indianola, je.nou county, t Fridir. October 9tn, P. MHolton, Jackson .(.HOI V. P. M., Louisville. St. George, Ootober Statb. PnrtHimtLiftinie county. .M m.Uy. October 31st, S P. M P.-tiiauatnie county. Monday. October 31st, 7 P. M- Manhattan. Ri Iej ciuiity. Tuesday, -November 1st, g P. M. OciIob, Riley county. Tuesday, November 1st," P. M.. Junction City, Riley enmity. neduetJai, November Sd,S P. M., Riley City, lsri o-uuty. Thur.-d. November 34, 8 P. M.. Wabaunsee, Wabaunsee county. rriilaj, November 4th, 7 P. M., Osawkee, Jef fersnu county. Saturday, November Sth. ? P.M., Atchison, Atchison county. Saturday, November 3th, 7 P.M., Doni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 22 October 1859

Trvm Vu London Mkmamtn. Mr FUloMpkr. Bright things ean aever die. t en though tbey fde; Beauty and minstrel? Deathless vera made; - What though the umn da Feuea at eve away; Doth not the Doon'i soft ray . Silence the night? Bright things ean never die, Sailh my philosophy; Phabua, though he pan or. Leaves ai the light. Kind words can never die t hensbed and blessed; Ood know how deep they lie Stored in the breast. Like childhood' simple rhymes Said o'er a thousand time. Aye. in all rears mdelime'. Distant and near Kind worde ean never die. Smith my philosopny; leep in the soul they lie, Ood know" how dear. Childhood ean never die. Wreck" of the put Float on the memory E'en to the but. Many a happy thing, M any a daisied spriog. Flow on Time's cssseles wing. Far, far away; Childhood ean never die. Haith myphilosnphy; - Wrecks of onr infancy: Live on for are. Sweet fancies never die, Tbey leave behind Some fairy legacy Stored in the mind, Some happy thought or dream. Fore as day's ear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 October 1859

K 'firm Ml ilO OF H .! A I il iiJjiKiiJLJlP Tcrmg;--Two Pollarx Per jAnnnm In Advance. ; . 'TaiTfl CEl'SHED TO EARTH SHALL KJSE AGHS." A Family Kewspaper Independent on All Subject. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. . ! t LAWRENCE, KANSAS; OCTOBER 29 18.59. i , ! . NUMBER 15-VOLUME 5. . i .; 0 Tha K'VMid. : T C. WHITTISH.' Who. looking backwards from his manhood's prime Sms nut the petr of bis misspent time ... '-o tbroDeb ilia ahade Of funereal oprew, planted thick behind. Hears no renroaeliful wniprin the wild r'rom the loved dead! Who br -o trace 0f PMin'g cril force! V. he shoos thystin. O terrible Kemonxil , who w,,uld not cast Half of thi future from him. but to wia Wakeless oblivion for the wrong and tin Of the netted hunt! Alts! the evil which we fain would shun, edo. and leave the vUbed-forgood undone- ' Our strena-th to-day Is but to-morrow's w. ekne-s. prone to full: Poor, blind, unprofitable servants all. Are we alway. Yet who. thus looking backward o'er bis years reels not his e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 October 1859

He ttft of JiutotBf. mum. w. imwh, Editr. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. IATURD1T MORNING, OCT. 29, 1859. nuu .eo rzR anst-m.in advance ere ehall tee Praia the PeBleVrirntaaalatala Caw4 ay arty Mi aabrleed ay traf a, Pl4er Sat ee Tmta. te LlWrtj aa Lav, a reTerawarsae.aadee Fear afcall awe. Te Subscribers. (X) 'When the term for which snheeri riBlrs re-1 eei'ins their papers by mail or at the Pt-inVe is not nr nearly so, we convey the intelligence by aernsset the end of their name", like the one at the rommeneement of thii notice. This will E.ive all a fair opportunity to know when tbeir iime i up, and serve as an invitation to renew their subscriptions. , Extra copies of the Tier aid of frtdom put up in wrappers for mailing;, if desired, can be had at the 0 See. Price, r ive Cents each. FOB PRESIDENT IX leeo. SALMON P. CHASE, Of Ohio. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. NATHANIEL P. BANKS, Of Massachusetts. Subject to the decision of the Republi can National Convention. Toe Harper's Fenr Tragedy Originated la ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 October 1859

Jij etyi3 -of Eire'eJohj; IjAWRENC e, k. t. -:itirday Mornlr, Oct. 29, 1859. 4 jbs "l,"" cpaum.sn on du, nmn, fi i, mnre appall'.ng picture of corruption and .jjfcief ev" ry can nanny do conceived, bn i ""-jiueiil presented b the ofiiciillife j Bjfljf'nly f,f the office-holder in the Cnitad iutrr. "'.ttics hat become a trt! a game. jppuHeot (nck-UTs. withe ut fixl principles, -ricsl ch:ir1lan-. with tmall brain, but irdt-"l'jihi of band, uiiblufhing debauchee. ntiii g with pollution,--corruptUinists.whotraf-5c if. their own and others' votea. crowd them e into every psition of honor and profit, i'i thrvurb the prostitution of partisan ma .:. fia themselves upon an unwilling leleai'candidates fur every office, be Republican party of Kansas nwea it to !fni toils principles to utterly repudiate mi jisnan thia whole claw of leeches aud para .. The Free-ritate part ruined ifelf, and ti well nib ruined the eauae, by attempting tnorrj the crushing load of drcnien candi p,li!5ii.d licentiou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 October 1859

JoefHj. Tha Spirit of Bong, it BENJAMIN SWALLOW. Above and around ns the -pint nf Song UrecU tli ears of the tbouguif 1 mud wis: She sings in th winds they hasten alone And in notes of the birds ru they rise There i not a leaf that depends front the tree-, Nor a grass-blade an humble and (air, Nor a flower that blooms to nricb and to please, lint the Spirit of Song will be Inure. She is heard 'mid the tempest and quic k-ptlt ii 3 rain. In the load basy bam of the bee; She is beard in the nightingale's tendera strain. And the brook by the side of the lea. Where our friendship is truest she sings with delight, - - - Though The journey of life be not long; Fur the heart that is lovingly strongest 10 right Is tha home of the Spirit of Song. Tha Credit System. The annexed article on. the proposed abolition of th-5 law for eriforciDg the pay. ment of debts, is from the commercial columns of tho N. Y Independent : "Abolish all laws for the collection of debts, and leave- creditors to their...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 November 1859

H' -K H H I JLVii.0 Teriiis:-Tvro Dollars Per Annum-In Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EAHTH SHALL RISE AGAIN." A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 5, 1859. NUMBER 16--VOLUME 5. i ' i - t ; i ' I 8 I V Lines for a Village Festival. bt johh o. w aim IB. The Persian to his altars bora .Sweet blossoms fresh witb moraine; dew. And veiled the old false womhip o'er With beaut; borrowed from toe true; Amnnd Palvmon'i flowery shrine Their meie ol grace the maiden wound. And wove the wreath of fxtbmiaa pine Wherewith the vietoni browe were erowned; And we to-dar, amid our flowers And fruit, have eume to own again The blessings of the summer boars. The early and thelaller rain; WJ.,h. mnn',dJl strength and maiden's clue. To lend our Christian holiday The beauty of the Persian daoeo. The vigor of the Grecian plaj; Tome oar Father's band once more ReaenreforntthepleDteouihoni " Of autumn, filled and runningo'er n ith fruit aod flower aod...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 November 1859

lirje 5f elrld of Jlreedoh). EO. W. WHi Eaitor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATUEDAT MORNING, NOT. i, 1859. j TCRVS.-eS.ee PES LVTlVM.tM JLBTAMCt ere aaall the Freest he FeeBle'sria-kteaalBtal Uasw'aBart7,ea4aabr1e4kjr(alaa Piea'ceS hat ta Tratk. te UkcH y ul Lav, rirtwwiu,nJ Mrwittll . T Snfcserlbers. (X) -Wkm be term for which subscriber re eeivinc their paper" by mail or at the Pnt-o(5et is oat or Dearly so. we convey the infeli;nf.tit rota at the end nf their names like 'he one at the commencement of this notice. This will a-ive an a fair opportunity to know when then time is up. and surra as ail invitation to reue their subscriptions. It r Ex'ra copies of tbs IJerald Freedom put op in wrappers for mailing, if desired, eai be bad at the Office. Price. Five Cents each. FOB PRESIDENT IN Vto. SALMON P. CHASE, Of Ohio. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, NATHANIEL P. BANKS, Of Massachusetts. Subject to the decision of the Republi can National Convention. ' TsntiUdng Kansas Hisiorr. A gentleman remarked the o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 November 1859

T Announcement. I hereby announce myself an Independent . .j date for the office of Judge of the Fourth Uicial Circuit. . JAMES CHRISTIAN. -.only Snperlntendent of Public ;r nKKFBT announce misolf an Independent I Onuhlate for I'Sce of Siip-rinleadeulof ,.,n schools ia DjUgbSCouu'j. l" C. L. EDWARDS. . Oct. Si lr 3-Sl. Odd Fellow. T aXTRENCE LODGE So-. 4, I. 0. O. F.. )j naolarly every W edn-wlayevening.al - e'eh'k. in "ebcoek Lkin's Hall, nxt L;.r to toe KlilriiiKO Huase-. lieinb-ritot theOr ,,r in S """ 'lauding, ero cordially iovitetl to .Le G. H. SNYDER, N. G. J. C. Team. .HABBIED, (iatheK'h ult .by theRev. W. Kudiop. Mr. n a l lAM PAKKStoMin IkEXK RANDALL. . of UoukIu couniy. Kansas. ST. t'lIAHtiK l'IKO HALL! One door north of Miller's Block, CAN he found at the above establishment, al! of the de icaeies of the seann. Fre-h Baltimore received daily. S4 hours from liitojji'-r bed. All kinds of Gaine. Fish, Ac, Kfe.l up at all hours, Pie give us a call. Trframilies supplied with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 November 1859

He gehitf of ireedob). LAWRENCE, K. T. Satttrdaj Morning, Hot. 5, 1859. The edition of last week wu insuffi cient to meet the demand, and at the re quest of many who were unable to obtain copies of the Hebald for last week, we reprint the following editorial: The Harper's Fsrrr Tragedy Originated la More than once during the summer of 1857, we asserted that the reason the "Do Nothings," a we called them, were op posed to engaging in the Territorial elec tions of that year, and competing with the Pro-slavery party for the offices of the government, was found in the fact that they wished to prolong our Kansas diffi culties; to keep the Territory in a con stant ferment; that their design was revo lution, and anything which looked like a peaceful solution of our troubles, had been and wonld be violently opposed by them. We stated that those who led off in the Do-Notbirjg policy had no material inter est in Kansas in common with the set tlers; that they were "birds of passage;" earns her...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 November 1859

0- IftW -' I M M 111 - I 1 ll l II i Term:--Two Dollar Per Annuin--In' Advance. . ' '.j." 'J. " : " : '; TRUTH CRUSHED TO EAfiTH SHALL EISE AGAH." v' .' -J ; ? . ..;v.- A ramily twspaperIndepcndcnt on All Subjects. lY G. W. BROWN & CO. ; - ; V LAWRENCE, KANSAS, NpVEMBEIt 12, 1859:: ; .'. ' ' " ' : J V :V ; " 'V ' , , ; NUMHER ,17 VOLUME 5., A r j A Baqnlna la lb Hortb. IT B1TAKD T1TL0B. ' Pp-J wifter Nightl wild Xnrthra Kifht WhcMe fftt the Arctic ilandti know. When stiffening breaknr, hrp amtwhite, Gird tb Oumplaiuing nliureif aniiv; Snd l thy wind" to sweep the world. And huwl in muuaUHi pu' La; ., And imn thy banners fr and enld, Afainai the fhiold of erary Itarl -; For what bar I to do wit morn, t)r rtuinmer's glory in the- valcH With the blithe ring of forest horn. ' Or beckoning gleum of aouwy aaila! Art thou not goae, in wbono bi'ie eye, ' The 8 ting summer dawns lunie , ; ' G ne like the echo of a Mgb, Betide tbe load mounding tea? . Oh. brief the time of gong and flower...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 November 1859

LAWBEKCk KANSAS. I1TUED1T MOBh'ISG, KIT. 1!, 1859. TBftXS FEB AWTX.U AB-VABOE Km (Ml MM SeMee eeaUHMehUawlataia ' V ear-. s atlM hi ala, eavake fratk, Litem aa Law, V eWTeawBraBe.eBaaYerehallBwe. Te eerlbers. ' (X) T?ea tb leva tor which inbarribers re eei'tna skew Maeta r aud or t the Poet-offiee ie oot or ei eonvey the inMliceneebr eeet ike eat of tbmr same, like the one t A iBima(nent of this notice. This will Vive a U toil opportunity to know whan their time m o, end terra as n invitation to renew their sueriptionj. TO I'ltrs eopios of the Herald Trttdom Cat p ia wrappers for mailing, if desired, em e had at the Office. Price. l ira Cents each. FOR PRESIDENT IX 160. SALMON P. CHASE, Of Ohio. FOR VICE PRESIDE5T. NATHANIEL P. BANKS, Of Massachusetts. Subject to the decision of the Republi can National Convention. The Republican Coeair OonTentlea. The election of Lane delegates from Lawrence, of coarse, threw the nomina tions entirely into the hands of that fac tion. Nothing occurr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 November 1859

LAWRENCE. K. T. titoriaj llItrilBf, . 12, 1859. f Tea ful ana Fraaeat. yVe were glad M observe among tbe ,e advertisements last wtek, a good one from Mr. Stbabhs. It reads well, and is eiruinly a vsry worthy document, and if it bring nim a crowd of first class, cash uwinci. 'Whole number of vote polled, 615. For DeUgale to Coore?tnotL 488; JobDstoo, Wo ; majoritj, 863. CouncilmenIUn&rj, Rep., i03 ; Bey- nolda, 204; Elder, Rep., 501; Pile, 118. For Representatives, average Republi can vote 498 ; Democratic vote, 118. Ubm Propoetdea. Many of our readers have signified a desire for more literary matter, and great er atteation to Eastern news. We have Just succeeded in making a very favorable arrangement with the publishers of the Uvitm Stars Joursal, a monthly pub lication, containing thirty-two pages in each number, suited for binding, by which For Probate Judge Miller, Rep- 464 ; we can give it as a premium to every one Spicer, Dem., 149. , of our present subscribers who will sen...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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