Newspaper Page Text
rffl. 3. NO. 4.
jIfKANSAS HERALD _ * M Colored Journal Published in Kansas. gaed Every Friday, : Fifth Street, Up Stairs & EAGLEBON, Editor and Publishers. I— (CtSOBll’TIOK EA TES. ot, Srt*crllH>r» ISO (Vnt. Per Month. wopy, 1 i/ear,~ : *2.00 itcopy-6 months, : 1.00 tiitopy,3 months, : 60 Friday Morning, Feb. SPECI4I. NOTICE. Friend, we are going to canvass lytefty tor subscribers, We have h teqji of canvassers who will call at rren house and place of business in hefty, You need not tell Hiem thb ifurs are too hard or you cannot wi, Il won’t do. We have in nmted them to pny*, beg, and coax du to subscribe for The Hera li> nd fiffc if necessary to 'convince 00. So lookout for them. This sper must live. THE lIER A ED be found on sale at the follow ?named places: Palace Hotel Bar r Strbp, North Topeka ; McKin lay’s ocery. corner 11th and Clay streets; rcrtou’s Hotel, on Kansas avenue, d al Ifni. Hatcher’s shop, 158 V msi« Avenue,at 5 cents per copy. “ freedom, from her mountain hfi*ht. her banner to the breeze— cents she didn’t wear & clothes pulled back against wkneevt— Wtlie tril ls do now-a-days’l Tile 1 oiee. p<! divined the quality of ( Toice, mind or soul, by th ’rfhis voice, and all students re Miis expression.“ Speak tfrq pee you.” Dr. Durant es »character by voice, and tell facts: «Wceive in a stutterer one ths and as easily paci inconsistent am quick. A person whos thick and coarse, is ma a8 ’ c ari(l disdainful. '* rj ® Voice indicates a robin a great talker, quick-tern ' Ou ® h c onspicuously discree He ° r voice, i J Nudity, cunning, and • of quick wit. Jvcqve and clear voice ex ind , who ,)S prudent, sin ol’oir Cn,o,,ft » bitt proud ami ’ r ; ,' thereas ’ «**n> voic< urf k ’ circutn bp ”evo| cnL PSi ' ,n * a trembling am 'imid, weak, vai. ’a®’ jealous, fude voice in singing denotes it’. 1AfenOl ‘ J u ‘Ae»t a»i d seemingly the ef ’ unifies a person more ftlsc - credulous and a,l ‘l inconsutent. '°ice, denotes j CcfUl, inc,il »ed to tim self-willed. ' Or ’t grave and thet denote. th< quick temper of an imprudent man. A soft sweet voice is found in a person ot a peacable and suitable character.—Hygiene of the Voice. CO RRESPONDENCE Kind Word*. Topeka, Jan. 31, 1880, Editors IPerald: The first issue iof your paper came to hand this j morning-. Allow me to say that I jam favorably impressed with the in telligence carried abroad through its columns. I am pa'nicularly delighted with your salutatory address. 1 see 'nothing to hinder a wide circulation of your paner, since Kansas has be come the telescope through which the world is looking down into our future. But as your address has wisely stated “to make The Herald what it should be requites the influ ence and substantial aid of friends of the enterprise.” This is true, and allow me to say that the influential and substantial friend’s must be act uated bv the merits of the paper just as you have said in your salutatory, “Hoping to merit support/’ Tor one 1 feel obligated to contri bute ot both moral and financial aid to the enterprise, and recommend the same to the public. As this is the “only colored journal in Kansas,“het it be a first-class paper, fearless, and feel whose mission is upon highways compromising with neither political nor eccle-iaotica.- imposters, who for sometirhe have been living by im posing upon the ignorance of our people As ministers and leaders, we should see to it. Respectfully.! AV. O, Lynch.’ l ? roim Leavt'ii worth. Lt. a ven worth, Feb. 5. Editors Herald: Your paper came promptly this week. It is neat in appearance and is a decided improvement on the Citizen. 1 see no good reason why the colored peo ple of Kansas should not take hold of I he lleramd, and with their money j and influence build up a represeftta j’tive organ that will bean honor to I our people and a credit to the State, t; lhe political caldron has com . menced to simmer already, over here, . and the many friends of Hon. Jas. F.’ gate, are trying to induce him to . become a candidate for congress, horn this the First District. There‘s no doubt hut that Mr. Legate would make an able Congressman. ea, lefs have the convention, and in that convention let cverv one be free to discuss, not only the exodus questmn, but every other question incident thereto, viz: politics &d. The colored people here-well. some ot thern, arc greatly and earn’ estly concerned about, their souls salvation. A large number have left ‘ off the error of their way. and are: now said to be walking in the paths! of rectitude and holiness. Whi’e on the other hand the very old devtl i seems to make himself more manifest ♦han ever; he must have raised lbp flood-gates of hell find let out his s •cgion of filthy imps, who, together J with the professional scandal mon gers here On earth, are roaming hith er and thither seeking whom they mav devour, and whose character they can besmirch. I tel! you , hcy rarely escape a single house —those heh hounds. The street corners are Hnging with their vile accusations; the air is poisoned with their loath some breath, they have completely revolutionized and almost destroyed colored society here. These hydra headed vampires and smut dissemi nators, have even gone farther than the homes of individuals in search of victims upon which to vrey ; they TOPEKA. FRIDAY. FEB. <5, 1880. have invaded the’sanctity of the pnl pits, throttled the ministers, and arc ! about to hurl them from those sacred I places and sink them beneath the mud | sills or hell, in infamy and shame i My God, I shudder to know wha' the end will be. W. B.Towxsknd, Another Caiwe* < . Ihe Howard University of W:i‘h- I Jngtou, I). C., has laid claim to a rather shadowy estate in Texas, but it mav turn out tb be a very valua ble acquisition tr, the endowment fund of that institution John Wood ward. an eccentric bachelor, died in New York in 1816. Many years bo fore he acquired tide to some five million acres of ii-md in Texas. He was a con bribed abolitionist, and in 1834 he made a will, in which he de vised all his property to the mayor of New York citv, as trustee, the same to be applied to the education of free colored persons.- The Mexi can war wr.s in progress at the time of Mr. Woodward’s death, and his executors made no attempt to ascer- j tain anything about his Texas estate. ' They died long ago, bit t the trust is supposed still to survive, and t< the estate can be found, and Mr. Wood ward’s tide thereto established, the mayor of New York will have an- ' thority to dispose of t«*e property. I he President of Howard University i has presented a memorial to Mayor 1 Cooper, praying that the institution, which he represents may be named 1 as a beneficiary under the provisions of the will.—Leaven wfcrJi Times, LOST COLT On or about the 27th of Dec. 1879 a light bay horse colt with white star in fore-head and white on hind legs. Any person returning said colt to me efist of the Santa Fe De pot, I will pay them $5.00 lieNilr Thompson. WAVERLY HOOSE. Corner of 3rd & Kansas Ave. Board 350 per week. T. J. W A f I'S, Proprietor. W. S. FITJOLOPS Great Western! Shoe Store. G tT ! d' lne S ‘ ,o ‘' B 3 »Ped.lfy. to /? ( r place in tne’ enn i? bar < :ll - s - < all and be convinced that what we SM v is true. no, IS6 Kansas avknle. ro t KA. .... KaNSAS c. L. deRANDAMIE, ' Real ]->tate, Fire Insurance & General Agent. No. 103 Kansas Avenue.? toVeka. kaxsa Buys, sells and exchanges litmls on commission, collects rents, negotiates loans, In sures against Fire in the most reliable companies, supplies farm laborers and domestics. Reliable information furn ished to those cohtemp.atinv immigration, I EXCHANGE Livery. Sale and Trade Stable. STOCK FOR SALE CHEAP. Horses boarded, and a general liv ery business transacted. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Give us a call at our stables on Jackson St, bwt., 6th & 7th. J. E ASHBAUGH, PROP. Sept 13th tf I THE BEST OF ALL. | LINIMENTS ’. FOB MAX OB BEAST. ] R S M ,wn nip dicine hns infallibly done £ gt its work iu. milrums ot cases for more E Kpnan a lhir<, ol a century; when it has ft K 3 i» ’Helled every part, of the world; when H B® iiurnbe’ loss families evervwh-re con- 1 Kg t-loftr 11 1 Iv sale reliance in case off KI pain or accident, it is pretty safe to call I 5?.! such a niedicinn •’ I Tie best of its kind. This is the case with the Mexican I f, iiHnie n f . Every mail® KU brmgsf Qtelligence of a valuable horse f t-1 Hsvcd; IhO agony Of ;:n aivful scald or® KJ hnrn enbdued. the hoiTois of rlicu- B mati-m overcome, mid of a thousand-fl Band one other blessings and merciesE l»j performed by the old relHble Mex- fl L lean liniment. ■ All forms of out ward disease are ■ U speedily cured by the H E crushing Liniment. B jf it penetrates muscle, membrane and K ft tissue, to I hr very Ihw, banishing pair, jD m ami curing disease with n ; ow <-r i hat 8B gmn er fails. it js a medicine needed byfl « e\ erybody, ft on', ihe roe/wo, who 1 idusl & 11 E § MUSTANG n overt ’ip so] it ary phi ins. to 1 h<* merchant >8 13 prince, and i?te woodctitU. who splits 2 ■ lib Io t with th ■ ax* 8 . sr £ It cures Kh<*iimuiism when all other H applications ffiil. .fl h 1 his «ondcriiil LAMENT j«pr-dily cures such Lihucr.cs <•,' tbefl 3 ill A!AN FI.!>II as fj 9 Kllcnxnu ( i s m, Sivc’lingi, Vilfl ■ Joints. « ont rar'. <! ?lr«rle«. Hurns fl j anti f tits, 7*,iui>«e* iml fIS JJSpiaitii, Prison,ns Ilitrs nndS B Mings. hinriir «s. Old B y Sorts. « tc. rw. Fro tbitew. < liilblains. fl iJSo-e N,np!es. '.nkttl llirnnt. ’""I* ■ inclrc .< tnry fjrm «>f externa! «Ha- ft ’« is the gr, ati Ft nunc ly for the dis- B h rs and accid e n t s io w hit h the fl (flb'Cl :: < r .illos are Au’eta* that, baa 3 L <r. m-brr ii know n It runs j f \iiniin, SuiHuy, Mlf? Joint*, fl I Von Sider, tlnrio >m«-s, llnof |>|s» J 4»■ i Mts, I'uot it's; 2. *s« i c »v Wot in. Scab, q ! Hollow It<d n. N rntelxes, M ii»d- Jfl Ignlis. Kputin. 1 nivy, B [Old Sons, i’,,11 L.i.J. Film upon fl jlhr Sight tend every Other ailment jp 11 o whit l» She oecupnnts of the jbtablr ant! %tock Vxrd hr«* ilnhlr. fl ; A IwruK five c« nt boit’r <*f Mexican fl iMuVuHg I.mime.:; Ins op.-u t -. <da fl 11 alnalm; hoisc, u Jjjv oa erutchos, oi fl I years <*f fort nr*. »> It lirn]s uithent a K. ar. It !tnc* fn I I 'lm verc root ui the iu Ute;', pein »ruling Q e\e*a ri.e Num. 11 cnuyievlr, ttnd <’:«.sppoinL< ■ Ino one. It has liven hi .sfendr a*»- tor J nt ire thsn iw ati-fivc jvux*. tu.d is fl ! )e>si f iwly B THE BEST | QP* “ » I 2 liniments) FOB MAX 02 BEAST. I PRICE 5 CENTS GROCERIES I keep constantly on ftn*- a large supply of choice 1V GROCER lES. Fresh Country produce d’aiV O p -ncd Fruits &c, and will satis ty vvu. Call d*’ see jrc. F. R. McKINIrAt. For. lltti & Clay SV .. 30 tf 4* REAL ESTATE mid LOAN AGENT! i Kansas avenuX Topeka, - Ltihds lor sale lowland on-long Property Rented; Rents and o<<ier Collections Made ; Ta:?e3 2* ;i . | Titles Extuniiaeil and- Abstra ’ EttVhUbed. Coi JE’bTioF I I j. O SULLIVAN j Grocery aiid Produce D&’V Cor. Second and» Men*d* T ;- ALL KINDS OF 'Groceries,. dProvisioilfe ;Blitter, and Chickens, C< win try produced stm' ciality. First class goods, tow prices, a fair dealing with is isy mbH CTiJI and see me. Nov ±*nd tf B EIV T I ST » Ortirr i v« r PoilglaM* JewtArv Stft7* Topfea, - - . | 07-tt. WILLIAM -ZIMMEPMAN, WUOI.MALit VIAt.RK IN Wines, Liquors and Arent for CiDeißiiatU, Milwaukee a»d St. T A / Be erf. JJo. 221 Kiriu are. T«p*ks, Ksr DOWNING'S’ G .IL LEK) S*»e ; 4ur Bickel* and bate ♦oarpic taken at Or.llerA C'oriir jib »»* haa iu Tqfwa, • Xav>»* * i