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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 November 1859

Auraxon. Leaf by leaf the rose fall. Drop bjr droit thesprings ran dry; One by one, beyond recall. Summer beauties tad and die: Bat the rotes bloom again. And the (priiis will trash anew. In the pleasant April rain. And the tummer ana and dew. , So in hours of deepest (loom. When the springs of gladness fait, And the roes in tUe blmtn Drooplike maidens wanand pale. We shall find soma hope tha. lies Like a silent gem apart. Bidden far from careless eyes In the tardea of the heart. Some sweet hope to cladness wed. That will spring afresh and nnr. - i -When grief's winter shall bare Bed, i - Giving place to rain and dew Some sweet hope that breathes of spring Through the weary time. Budding for its blossoming. In thespirit'tglorious clime. He' ifeinld of Freedom. LAWRENCE. K. T. Saturday Morning, Not. 12, 1859. Jost as V7e Expected. The IIkbald of Freedom comes out am suptiorta the whol Republican tick- et, Conway and all. We suppose the ed itor cud reconcile "past dineren.ee!.' and ca...

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. — 19 November 1859

ffrm:Two Dollars Per Annum-In Ad'j ance. 1 TBUTfl CRUSHED TO EAETH SHALL RISE AGAIN." A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Subjects BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 19. 1859. NUMBER 18VOLUME 5. o .ft. :' V 0 Bonn 1S3Q. BV JOH O. WHITTIBB. Of with haU, down with knees, ahoat jonr-j like mud! ivat Her'ttbt Fope in nil holiday rigt fna ihorn crown to toe-nail ki '-worn to the QUICK, 0' mipthood in purpi tha iw.tten. i. i, the rote of tbe ft!,,, afo y?., i"r P1Ck i. a r, n.i k. i. 1:1. -l "lenoldier unit. ' -oaha figbt.t Wb.rt bj.Ke.-of th. f...mlthi. batter of To tbe heart-. .,h 'Z.i f,'brM dr,T ho burred Cb8 ""leontent oursed and ab- Th' 'K&V ' . d "thu. saith the Andleud to hii!ri ..:... .i.- jjiikoi ine.worel nU mat . , b'erdV-2 .rJ lrBn.Wi" forlorn nntlmn e..L J. i . . Anl it. tender oompaMion of prion and craves! Stand aside, men of Rome! Here'j a hangman- i .1 uivuinf rur him mm! i tt... 1,1 l i ....," . . a" ami..) i;r..Zr iVZV?t "IV ft'S'lippcrto kin. J,....

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. — 19 November 1859

Jt gthi.u of fireedoh).! B. W. BOW!!, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS.: SATURDAY HOBMXG, HOT. 19, 1859. TSM . PI AWBCM.m ATAHOI re than the Ffeaetke Peelerlaktasaaiatal Vurtkr tm;rf4 iimm pii, PLAecS lass Troth, e Lftwrt mmi Law. rnwmiiniut Fmt ikill w. - T crikcra. (X) Whee the teres for which subscribers re ceiving their piper br mull or at tbe 1'nnt-offW ianat or nearly to. mi roarer the intelligence b a t ron at thread of their name, like the onr at the commencement of thii notice. This will f ire all a fair opportunity to know when their time u as. and terra as an inritation to renew tneirsu ascriptions. . 117 Extra eopiee of the Herald of freedom put as in wninpei be bad at the One re for mail i tie. if desired. eaL ee. rnee. r ire Cents cacti. FOB PRESIDENT IN 10. SALMON P. CHASE, Of Ohio. -FOB VICE PRESIDENT. NATHANIEL P. BANKS, Of Massachusetts. Subject to tbe decision of the Republi- . ; can National Convention. Subscribe We would suggest to the oeeatlonal readers of the Hibald o...

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. — 19 November 1859

If V He ifehilJ of .flree8oh. LAWRENCE. K. T. Satiria" H.rtlir,, Sot. 19, 1859. Clubs foe tha Herald of Freedom. This -" lB HaaaLS or Fxikdom will udoobtedlr fall into the hand of a larg num nf persons who an not subscribers. To loch , would say : Now is the time of all othen to uhribe for it. Winter, with its long even- iMS. u at nana, ana mo news, ootn irom han sod abroad, will poanu annual interest daric the next liz months. Concreai and oar Territorial Legislature are about to convene. Tie farmer will be called to aat upon cor pe liiics for admission aa a State into the Union, pas ia"d Grants to Kansas, and payment of , Claim debt. Our Territorial Legislature will hare a larit amount of basinet to tranraet gfttwrbinc interest. The Ukkald or Fasi toi keep an ere apon those bodies, and (ire etatererof Interest transpires in either of them. TSroogh its columns the moat important lawe, u ftsfi, will probably firat be given to the pub lic. It will eontinae the same fearless and in bf...

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. — 19 November 1859

Soeflrj.. The World would be lb Better for It, BT M. B. COBB. If man cared Ion for wealth and fun And leu for battle-fields and glory; If writ in human heart, a nam Seemed better than in font or Itonr; If men, instead of nursing pnde. Would learn to hate and to abhor it If more relied On Lore to guide. The world would be the better for it. If men dealt lees in stocks and lands. And more in bonds and deeds fraternal; 1L Love's work had more willing hands wl o link tbii world to the supernal; If men itored no Lore ' oiland wine. And on bruited human hearts wouidpourit 11 yours ana mine Would one combine. The world would be the better for it. - If more would act the play of Life, And fewor spoil it in rehearsal; If Bigotry would sheath its knife 'Till Good became more universal; If Custom, gray with age crown. Had fewer blind men to adorn it If talent shone In truth alone. The world would be the better for it. If men were wise in little things Affecting less in all their dealings; If h...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 November 1859

fff im:--Two Dollars Per AnnnmIn Advance. 'TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH 8HALL RISK AGAIN. A Family IVcwspaper Independent on All Subjects. NUMBER 19-VOLUME 5. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSASNOVEMBER 26, 1859. The Inchanted IiUnd, I wonderful stream in tho river Time it it run through the re Ira of years' Wiih a faultier rhrae. and a musical chime ix,d abroadi sw-wd and a aunre sublime. Asa blends wub the ocean of tear. Tiwe is a musical isle of the River Tims ft here the toft out harps are pla ing There is a cloudless aky aud a tropical clime Awl s son as sweet as respir chime. And the tones with the rose are straying. And the name of this isle is the "Loner Ago." And we tiury our treasure there Thero are browaof beauty and bl.MMom of anw 1V are heap-, of dustbut we loved tliem ,o- There are trinkets and tresm ef hair : And a part of an infant's prayer; " .7 "swept, and a heart without T aTi !F brokn vowa and pieeesof rings. And the garments ahe used to wear. There;jiibnda that ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 November 1859

If$ gtfld of IeeSqh). CKO. W. BBW7I. EaUtor. LAWRENCE- KANSAS. SATURDAY MORXKG, SOT. 26, 1859. TEKX 'FEB AWNrX.IK ABVANCZ ere afcall the Preaetfce Peole'arlhumalataIa Faaw'i y party, aai rt y cala, PleSreSkatte Trath,te LleertT aa Law. . )raTerwa?aaa.aaiaerearenaIlawe. ' To Babecrlbere. (X) When tba term for which anbacriberi re ceiving their papera by mail or at tbe l'nst-f;ffiee isont or nearly an, we convey the intelligence br row at thaand of their name like the fine at the commencement of thia notice. Thin will give all fair opportunity to know when their time is np. and terra ai an invitation to renew their nbscriptions. JO Extra eoplee of the ITerahl of Frevlom pot np in wrapper! for mailing if desired, ean be bad at the Office, i'riee. 1 ire CenU each. FOE PRESIDENT IX lfiOO. ' SALMON P. CHASE, Of Obio. FOB VICE PRESIDENT, ,. NATHANIEL P. BANKS, 'Of Massachusetts. - Subject to the decision of the Republi can National Convention. Aaolher of Thacher's Oanarda. We expected when...

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. — 26 November 1859

9 I Jfje ger.d of Breedofti. LAWRENCE. K. T. Sitordaj Morning, Sot. 25. IS59. Subscribe. ' ".. ' r would suggest to the occasional1 readers of tl,e Herald Of Freedom, in Lawrence, many of horn re Eot 'obscribers. tbat tbey owe it to .... -r.l... 1... . - ' Jt - r - iL Though ours hu been tho best abased piper. .beet in the world, yet what on but done a baadredtb part lor we town as nas me uebaLD or Fbekbou. It was the bright particular alar ,'aifh sJrertised the town in the fall of 1H54. Of the trit number, printed about the middle of September, IBM, and bearing date the 31st of October, there was an edition of SI,ouO copies, jjeeipenseof whichtouswasovcrtouo. These ,tn circulated throughout every part of the joantry. not one dollar of which was evor re inrned. but its effects were plainly visible in the r.. f that year in stimulating emigration to ill winter of lP31-3i,and the spring of that nr. we labored under the most discouraging tBbsrrojument, yet we beliero the heavy enii p'....

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 November 1859

J - labor. . To' STrfsgs tie axe, the forests bow. The saM7k out in radiant bloom; . Bieh Tsts smil behind tho plow, Aadeitiwulusir locnd tbelooa; Wjh totterii: domes and Upering spirst. Adorn tbe vale aad erown the hill, 8Urn labor lusou it beacon fire. And piasiu With moke the fori sad mill. ' The moasreh oak, the woodland1! pride, Whos trunk i eeamed with lightning sears. Toil launehe on the restless tide. And there usreU the flair of stars; The engine wilhivdung of name And rib of bra and joint of steel. From labor's plaslie fingers eaaae With sobbing velv and whirling wheel. Til labor worki tbe magic press. - A ad tarns the crank in hives of toil; And btckons angils down to blees Industrious hands on aea and soil. Hero sunbrowned Toil with shining spade. Links lake to lake with silvery ties, Strang thick with palaces of trade. And temples towering to the skies. Jilt gelrato of Jfireedohj. rvBuans iacb SATtranAT mom: vt C. W. BROWN at CO., OJUx Herald of frdom BilU9, TERMS OP SU...

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

ferms:--Tvro Dollars Fer Annum-In Advance. ' TEETH CECSHKD TO EAETfl SHALL RISE AGACf." A Family Icirspaper--Indrpcndcnt on All Snbjects ' BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, DECEMBER 3, 18591 NUMBER 20-VOLUME 5. - lal r r sk .7 Look Up. BY CEtmOI W. CORWEtL. h""V up! the future's all before. Then let the past deep buried lie; While life still nerve the arm to do, Lot hope jret fire the soul to try. Oh. bnw not down before the blast. Hut stand erectly, firm and strong; And bntrul)' meet opposing fate, A limit the struggle t fierce and long. es, bare rear arm. and raise your head, Aud let nur gate be upward still; Tile palm of victory lies before. And oa shall grasp it i you will. The world may seek to put you down. Hut that the world can nererdo; If strong ia eonscious truth and right, lour purpose firm, yon firm pursue. The men who've made a living mark,' And won a name that ne'er can die, ' Have toiled through years of doubt and gloom Lp to their immortality. How bricht the...

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

II ! r - W i i'. CH. W. UtWXt E4ir. LAWRENCE KANSAS. , . . . ,.sr- "1ATURDAT MORNING, DEC. I, 1859. TEBM.. PE iniCM.II AB-VASCF. re eludl the Preeetfee PMtWkHtklauliUU Wl ar sartr. u4 anhrlhed kj gain. Pleased katto Tratb.te Ukerty Law, ' rnmwi;iH,uiHrwikilli. Tet Sakaertbcra. , (X) Vfhea the term for which s abacribert re eei'ing their papers br nail er at the Pott-oBce iiout or nearly to, we omrer the intUiirencebr a eross at iha and of their names, like the one at the sommeneemant of this notice. Toil will aire all a fair opportunity to know when their time ii op, and terra as aa invitation to renew their absonpttons. JO Extra eopiet of the Herald of Freedom f; m wrapper! lor mailing. 11 aesirea, can do naa at meumee. fries, f ire C Cent each. FOR PRESIDENT NT ie0. SALMON P. CHASE, ' , ' Of Ohio. ' v .- . - . ' - FOR VICE PBESIDEST. NATHANIEL P. BANKS, Of Massachusetts. Subject to the decision of the Republi- ' can National Convention. A illainona Lawyer will Make an Unjaat Judge...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 December 1859

1 V . It- LeJlie JfeSrid of lHih LAWRENCE. K.T. 'Saturday Morning, Dec. 3. 1859. PROSPECTUS or TBS HERALD OF FREEDOM. The Hsu") or Frikdou ii the oldest FkKi State newspaper published io Kansas, and the only one, " ar Party, now in existence whose editor l publisher was associated with it prior to the iringof 1857. It wu established a early as WH and since the appearance of iti aeeond number, on the first of Janaory.lfiU, it has been issued tn Kreat regalarity, save daring the summer of ViM, when it was suspended because of the turbulence of the times, and the impris onment of its editor. It has now reached nearly the middle of ita fifth volume. Numberless Journalshave been established in Kansas, fluted their brief existence, hurled their anathema! at the UkraLD op FsgEDOM, and paased away since its first appearance, yet our paper "lives on." mud its independent and truthful position is ad mitted by ererr trne lover of the cause it was established to advance. The Ukrald or Fituno it...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 December 1859

f w - vV k : - n in 0! i' 1; I 4 y Xx- XT. -iVC'j "tvCiril ' ' ' I I will mil for Tha.. . ' BT CHABLE8 MACIAT. If I die tni, dear love, - Mr mournful soul mde free, Shall tit at heaven's high portal, To wait and watch for tbea To wait aod watch for thee lore. And through the deep dark space. To peer with human longing For thy radiant face. . 'Mid all the stars of heaven. One enlr thail I see - The earth-star of my passion. Half heaven for holding the. ' All hearen for holding thee, lore. And brightest of all the sphere J, Br thr (mile il laminated. Or hallowed br tbr tears. '. If Idle t rst, dear lore ' ; . lfoelthat this shall be. For t area will not be hearen, " . Until it's shared with thee Until it's shared with thea, lore, I'll linger at the Kate; Or be thr guardian angel. To teach thee how to wait. And when thy boor shall come, And through the yiolding night, ' I sec thy happy spirit, L'p soaring, robed in light. Mine shall go forth to uuwt thoe. And through the eternal doori ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 December 1859

3eS ; ryrr. .0 II il II i 1 J ' i 17 111 EI .. II I: ' j S.-. . ....-- - ' ... : -"-:' ', :t: ; . - - - ....-.... . .. -. . . ...,. T . ; . .. . - " Terras Tiro Dollars Per AnnHTn-In Advance. "TltUTH CUCSBED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIX." A Family Newspaper-Independent on All Snbjects. . " i . . . . . ; : ' ' - BY G W. BROWN & CO V LAWRENCE, KANSAS; DECEMBER 10, 1859. NUMBER 21--VOLUME 5. i I f?ocfrtj. A SUr Lining to nnj Clool T KLIZ4 COOK. The poetor priest who told on thi. Served mankind in tiic holiest war: K, rit lit up the earth with the Jtarof b'isa That beacon the auul with cheerful raj. Too oft we wanderdmpairinx and blind, llrrathinx our nwlesi murmura aloud. But 'ti kiuder to bid iifwk and find "A nilver lining to every cloud." Jlur we not walk to the dinele ground When noth u but Autumn'a dead leave are een. But searching beneath them, and peeping around Are the youiu aprinc tufta of blue and green. Ti- a beautiful eje that ever pereeirea The prerene or Oo.i in Mortalit...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 December 1859

III Jfe-htl of feeSohi, BO). W. BBfWX, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. I1TCED1T MOLVLNG, DEC. 19, 1859. TXBMS-es.ee pkb imi.n abtaxcb era aaall tk Preastfc Feaale'artshUBulatala Uaaw'S kr aartv, mm kHk4 aj sala, Plmtf mtm Trata.te Ukcrtr mm Law, aTarewaureaaaaaaaeFearaaallawe. Te fcecrikera. (X) Tf hea tha term for which subscribers re ceiving their paper bj mail or at the Pott-office laont or nearly so, weeonrey tha intelligence by eroes at the and of their name, like the one at tha commencement of thii notice. This will tire all a fair opportunity to know when their time ii up, and serve ai an invitation to renew their subeeriptions. . JO Extra eVipiee of the Herald of Freedom put ap in wrapper! for mailing, if dcaired. ean be had at the Office. Price, l ive Cants each. FOR PRESIDENT IN 1880. SALMON P. CHASE, Of Ohio. " FOB TICK PEE SIDE NT, NATHANIEL P. BANKS, Of Massachusetts. Subject to tha decision of the Republi ' can National Convention. A Few Worda Personal. The last Herald or Fr...

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. — 10 December 1859

v 1 3 1 X7e ifelruld of Breedo. ' LAWRENCE. K.T. Sattrday Starting. Dec. 10. 1851. PBOIFECTDI .. or TBI . . HERALD OF FREEDOM. Tb Hbbald or FtiiDOK is th oldait Fan Statb aawspaper published in Kansas, and th only one, of ap partf, now in sxittenee who, di tor and publisher was associated with it prior to lbs tpriuf of 1857. It iu established as earl 7 at IBM, and line th appearance of its second . number, ob tht first of January, '855, it hat been lausd with groat regularity, tare dnrinf th summer of 18M. when it wassnspended because of th turbal.nc of th. times, and tb iopris- enmentnf its editor. It has now reached nearly the middle of it fifth volume. Numberless jouraalihat been sUbliihsd in Kansas, flitted their brief extstene. hurled their anathsmu at th Hbbald or FasgDOB.aod passed away since its first appearance, yet our paper "lives on.' and its independent and truthful position is ad mitted by every true lover of the cans it was established to advance The Uebaib or Fbebpom...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 December 1859

Be a Woman. Oft I'veheard a gentle mother, At tbe twilight hour: tijit, Fl-ading with d on duty. Urging bim to baa man. But, mn'o her blue-eyed daughter, Too' with lore's words quite as ready. Point she out the other's duty, "Strive, my dear, tobe a lady. What'salady? It is something Made of hoops, and silks, and airs, lined todecorate the parlor. Like the fancy rugs and chairs? It is one that wastes on novels. Every feeling that is human? If 'tis this to be a lady, 'lis cot this to bs a woman. . Mother, then, nntoyonrdaugh tor, Spenk of something higher far. Than to be mere fashion's lab "Woman is the brighter star." If ye, ia your strong affection. Urge your son to he a true man. Urge vourdanghter no less strongly 'io arise and be a woman. Tei, a woman briihtost modal Of that light and perfect beauty. Where the mind, and soul, and body. Blond to work out life's great duty Be a woman naught i higher On the gilded li.-it of fame; : On the catalogue of virtue. There's no brighter, ho...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 17 December 1859

-. r i; r 332 Terms; Two Dollars Per Annum Iu Adwance. ' - " TRCTH CRUSHED TO jBRTH SHALL EISS AGAIN." A Family Newspaper Independent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, DECEMBER 17, 1859. NUMBER 22 VOLUME 5. 5 Union Forersr. The tocsin sounds its warn! nf strain, -KeSDonsire to the tiria'i try. Disunion firw iu murky train, While muffled treason etalketh by. Unfurl your banner to the breeie! The emblem of a Nation'! eause Our hope, our faith, our destinies. Blend with the Union and the laws! Charge then upon the insidious foe; Urire the foul traitor from the field. Harmless shell fall the assassin's blow Upon the Patriot's saored shield. Speed let the rallying- cry go forth. As in the glorious dasof yore: No Wet, no South, no East, no North But Union! Union evermore! Unmask that hypocritie fraud. And stamp it with the Jesuit's brand. Which, 'neith the mantle of the Loid, Conceals its parricidal hand! Lav petty nrfinHicn mi. la mwarorTTimw rrirm iflP Tlfll rf...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 17 December 1859

Jt Jfalrd of f Jreedoh). IT. BBtnid EIUr. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. I1TDED1T MORNING, DEC. 17, 1859. TEKMS.SS.ee FEB AHJfCM.IH ASVANCr. era kalltk Prcvtk FoaaJe'eria-kUaulBtaia Caaw't ky aartr, ui aakrikcd kj (! rMili katte Tratk. te Llkwtj mm Law, He mtTerewajeaa,saeareaeksUewa. T Daaaerifcera. (X) When the term for which snbeeribers re ceiving their papers by nail or at the Poit-ofBoe it out or nearly so, we convey the intelligence br a arose at the and of their name like the one at the commencement of tbia notice. This will give all a fair opportunity to know when their time U op, and stirve as an invitation to renew their subscriptions. JO Extra copies of the ITtratd of Frrtdcrm at ap in wrappers for mailing, if desired, eaa be had at the Oflioe. Price. Five Cents each. FOB PRESIDENT IX 160. SALMON P. CHASE, Of Ohio. FOB TICK PRESIDENT, NATHANIEL P. BANKS, Of Massachusetts. Subject to the decision of the Republi can National Convention. The Mmrtyr-Boll of tha Freaeat The nltra men of th...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 17 December 1859

Ifje geiri.d of ffreedoft). . LAWRENCE. K. T. I itariiy "loralaf Dec. 17. 1851. Temporair shsspeaeten. Several weeis ago we wrote Balis & Hicks, dealers in printing paper at Kan sas City, from whom we bare purchased printing material (he last few mouths, that we should rely upon them for our stock of paper this winter. They wrote in re ply that they should keep a large sapply on hand, and would be able at all times to fill our orders. About four weeks ago we sent them money in payment for a small stock. They forwarded a portion of it, and wrote that they were daily in expectation of re ceiving a large supply by river, when they would furnish the balance of our bill. Since then we have heard nothing direct from them, but have understood from others that their stock was frozen np in the river, and, hence, were unable to fill their orders. Witluhis issue our entire stock of pa per is exhausted. Unless we hear from Messrs. Balm Sc IIicks soon, we shall seek a supply at St. Louis or ...

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