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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 25 June 1857

ft .', , , . 1.1-. i -.in i.i n ,i i. - ... H" m iHi.'-iVl,M, 'III i Hm1 '",' ' 'X.'I'MHWlitM ... ' ' " O.J!, . ,.1 J .i. A .' : ! - ' TSS STL. I i--.V- PROPERTY OF f ' . State Historical x-s rolume 1 Number 1. PfiAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1857. Tenns-'-$2 Per Annum. . - I " 3 ' 'V . : ' 'U ' .J I lllll I II IH.. J i.gill wiWIMMIMrWMMIMWMMIMg llBHUUailJBMIMWIIIIIIIIIMa ' 'It a nnnT. IHHKl) EVERY THURSDAY AT V-PRAIRIK 'OITY, KANZAS, i f " Bv S. S. PROUTY. i'i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.' j Fifteen copiea.oue year, !U uu Payment required in all cases in ad- All papers discontinued at the "timn fnp tfmcu payment isreceivea. terms of, advertising. - ; j First insortion, per line, - 10 cts. ! I Each subsequent insertion, per line, 5 " t Wij :n k. .:.. ,i . jAdv ': Advertisements from s distance ...i -.. - j. . 'Moneys, properly registered w ith post masters, may be forwarded by mail at ou: pisk. 4i essage of Gov. Robinson B TO THE FREE-STATE LEGISLATURE. Fellow Citizens op tub Se...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 25 June 1857

t i 1 LIBERTY OR DEATH." f Prairie City, Kanzas, June 23, 1857 . After 6uch vexation's and disap pointments as none but Kansas pub lishers have ever experienced, the Champion now appears before thepub lie an humbld an' unprotenc t sheet. At the dawning of ft now p 'or, it is generally lira custom for its iitor to define his position and arran, his programme accordingly.1 ' In this particular we shall deviate from the usual course What we intend to do or will do, wo don't know. On one prjint only can we speak with a firm lelianco: wo shall be uncompro liiisin', unflinching, bold and fearless i . . i : . . i, .-.., recttcrn' over tyranny in our a urn tory'. and' shall labor assiduously for the Free State party. To-work in the best' manner to promote the interest of .our sacred cause will be the- point the (!nMPioM wi II aim at. It m our opinion the admission of Kanzas into tho Union as a Free State will Its the more speedily attained by co-ope luting, with the Democratic party, then a...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 25 June 1857

i 7 i V. 7i 1,1 V - If f It ft X VCirpuUtp.tlie Champion ! .'' 1 ' ' t Lot every ponton who is interested jia tho growth of our promising young city,. usj isvpry'exortion, to extend tho circulation j ot tho Champion, -lust r boo that you subscribe yourself 'then ifi Z neighbor -then your friends in ;V the .States"" ; Send , somo '.; copies 1 to ' '' ' them and urge them to get up clubs. By doing this, you Becurp that which will bo of incalculable . advantage to , you;; Our tovu ..will rapidly attain 1 a prominence and position which can , t ' he accomplished by ih other means, jj jr Take hold, friends, one and all, and )!,, ' ;' aid us in this good work.' Thd.libo 'i ! .' ral spirit yott hava alroady evinced to ".? ; " Wards us is sufficient evidence to show ' s that the value- of a good newspaper is duly appreciated by you. Wo shall 'j ' use every exertion to got up a paper 1 of which you may well feol proud i Vtherefore see that it is well sustained. We know you will. ' Gov. , Rob...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 25 June 1857

fe,;M.''.i.: ; - . nr. 1 , f? I I . , Wit ak. a Pinch. A country girl ono-morning went , To mai kut with a pig ; . Tbj little curl tail, not content, Began to squeal a jig.1 . ' ' A dandy who wm filling by, 'K Who wished' to pa a juke "Mt dear, bow comes your child to cry, When wrapped up in a cloak I"' The country u irl thus quick replies , "So bad a breeding hud he, That ever and nnon, ho oi ies Where'er he sots his daddy." Tho little One. There is a darkenoil chamber in tho house. Over tho windows of that room the thick curtains sweep heavi ly downward, and the sunshino and daylight are excluded. S.oft voices mingle in gentle cadsncos there, and Hofter footfalls acioss the covered floor. There are no loud tones, no harsh sound. A hui.li and a halo rest there, like the soft drooping of an it .I i tingci wing. Vioso pressed to a heart awakened to a new fount of joy it never knew or dreamed ot before, 1 1 . 1 1 1 S. 1 1 jios ft lutie rjaoo. Unly tho young mother feels the blessing: ...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 2 July 1857

i v. r. no. V" r-w-. - ! . Yoluniel-rKumber 2. PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1857. Temis--:$2 Per- Annum. J VV 1.1) v aw r i.i ii ' 'IS PUBU8HKU KVEllf 'THURSDAY AT PRAIRIE'OITY, KANZAS, By S, S. PROUTY. j-ST tfi' SUBSCRIPTION. One copy ono year, - , , $2 00 Fifteen copies one year, - 20 00 ;Paymoni required in all caws in ad vance. All papors discontinued at the time for which payment is received. TERMS "OF ADVERTISING. ' First insertion, per lino, - 10 cts. 1 Each subsequent insertion, per line, 5 " ETAdvanco payment will be required for Advertisement from a distance. .Moneys, properly' registered With post masters, may be forwarded by mail at our risk. '. . , Selected. MARY MORE. CHAPTER I. All my life, long 1 had known sweet Mary More. All my life long I had loved her. Our mothers wore play- mates, and we first cousins. My first recollection is of a little boy, in a red frock and morocco shoos, rocking a cradle in which reposed a sunny haired, blue-eyed baby, not yet q...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 2 July 1857

... .. -A.. r.'Kv-A1 "'F"Wtl!",,',"'i,. 17-r if 1 act t I r '1' I III i if or 1 0 1.1 I I Hi iV 'IV . V : .1 I ( . r 37 aiBERTY OAjDEATn." .V Prairio City, ...Kanzasaly .3iW,: Fourth of July. -. - - , 1 ft: .,: will . W observed by -the'! pro gramme published a another column, that-extensive 4 arrangements : have been madaifor celebrating the"' QW rious Fourth "' in' Prairie City. 1 In vJtation'n" have been extended to the 'abballi'!?(:diool?,,pf';pentr.op'olii 'and' ''AVakartssa, mid it hoped they will be present,?.- i Mr.: Wm. Mew-hinney is making arrangements, ' to preparo a dinner 011 a grand -, scale; , talented speakers li'aVe been engaged, and Mr. 0. P. Willett is forming a choir, for the purpose of treating tho assemblage to Home soul-stirring odds. , The Otta wa Hangers' are expected '$ turn out in fall ( force,.'; wheir wo I'liH' puce' again h.vvp the privilege o .witnessing those, ibravo 'and noble chainjnons oi freedom who dp'no such' good service ,' fnvdict rigiit cause...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 2 July 1857

-y.T,.H(l I Vlli1 t'r : J ' ( ,' '. .. . ' 'libv. MM mm Mourlhiop'J,tdy:l ' .' '. I',.',!'. '1(1 .! , til, , -it .! w .1857.: 1857, IVlfc. - . l.'. Il $lst Anniversary of our National if'' ..i Independence, i '.. ' Grand Military, ' Civic' itiul tfabbalfi , School Celekttion it Prukie City, Grand Marsbal'XuoH,' Mr.wmxNEY' Ass'nt I Marshal Sam'l V.IJcMakus "i COMMITTEE OV AttRANOEMUtt'TS, Dr.Wm. Graham; Iliram McAllister', B. S: Pronty, 0. P. Willctt, John Vanderbilt,' George Wolfe, !'.. i'i' Harvey- Dunckle. ? v ; :,6RlBvO' KXEROIBKsV; V ''''" Fedoral salute at sunrise, t ,,"J'l, At 9 o'clock the military, citizens and guests will assemble the officii of the Freeman's Champion, and under superintendence, of the Marshals will inarch to the United Brethren Church, whore they will be joined by the Sab bath Schools, thore . assembled., , Tuo Marshals will, then arrange-', the fol lowing ' . ', ' . n)i. . ORDER OP raOCESSIOS'..',.'' i:C 1st Music '. . ' I..; k ' !2d Orators of the day. -...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 2 July 1857

., ,J . -P ,;.V..,.- 1 M I. ! !, y fry t'T. 1V v. " I. i 1 In 4 I ( "Good New from tfome." A' mora pathetic song than the following s never been suns bv minstrel, or swelled tie throat or" human songster : 6001J news from home, good newt for me, Has come across the deep Wuo tea, ' , From friends that I have left in tears, From friends that I have not seen foryears , And siuce we parted long ago, My life has ben a scene of woe ; But now a joyful hour has como, , For I have heard good news from home. No'father's near to guido me now, No mother's tear to soothe my brow, No sister's roice fulls on mini) ear, No brother's voice to jive me cheer; But though I wander iur away, My heait is full of joy to-day, My friends across the ocean foam, Have sent to mo good news from homo. When shall I see that cottage door, Wliero I've spent years of joy before ? V 'Twus then I knew no grief or euro My heart was always happy thero ; Though I may never see it. more, Or stand upon my native shore, Wher...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 9 July 1857

i-sT-atVT '"'"" "" 1 i imi ihsumim ..!'.-,JU-- V .it; is at Mi' :s.i4 'fm ,v,jtjil ! .aoiJiViii0 yffJ'f l'-!t' ''TJ"" "''V$?a w toaui e;tj ..?! kh i ! n v d",.i.' , n:,; .-JAici ovii vj ! , . . . '';;jVi .018 V - i, r rv;,'; i iwiwVl ill VO. i .'..i! i'Viui . . ! 'V ' I " " ' ' ' i'. '.' ' - ... '-fol At ivfemei-Number & .J?RAIRfE O.ITY, LANZAS, ,f,,:,-;.i.By.S.;8, PEOUXY. , . " .XXRjisQf SUBSCRIPTION Otib copy one year,, , , .12 00 e fifteen copies oau year,1' 80 00 f 'Payraent required in all cases in ad v raace. - AH papers discontinued at the time for which payment is recoived. " ' " I b fERMS ' OF ADVERTISING1: - Pinit iDsortWra, per line, : . lOcts. ( ch sttbsuent insertion, per line , 5 'j n BTAdrancV payment will be required fair ' AdTertiaements from a distance. ; Moneya, properly registered with post- Masters, may be forwarded by mail at our islc. 1 !! . Soventy-Six. .. Bark t the nation's shouts ascend ; , Hark I a thousand roices blund, , - From your thrones of glory...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 9 July 1857

!1 if. ..if - ' i : V 1 i Mi' Ml I if! 1 1 f i I I" I Yi. If f 'i I!.': I a 1 i it - i i IS ' I li!'- 1 mi - , ' . . 1 1 i .1 . . . , 1 T V'IJBEUTY DEAI." Prairie City, Kanzas, July 0, 1357 i-v JSSrWe have to beg the indulgence ,oionr,p atrons this- yeek for. (our ptr ' ay ppfla'rauee a'tidTl'ie impcrfeeprint ;ifthB ehk-r8librvtp(rrdelict8 ttf ensure the extrembly' hot weather of late', 1 nd;it."f aypd,.'!lfTlH'OUgh ,'a1 se .1'ics of misfortunes, we have at last learr ena bled to cast a new one, and vfo jshiilf use every exertion to' bring Grptipsi'.iip to tune next week ,' A Cursory Glance.'-' ' ''jit April, 1834, Congress passed n bill to'organizo the Territory of Kun , zns and Nebraska; That biil allowed tbo .'settlers of. those Territories tho privilege of being "perfectly free to' torin and regulate their domestio'in stitntiou9f iu,.tlu)r own way,"; . Coij : grcs wua to have no more jurisdiction ' over" Ihe'Terfitovles than she has over "Wy'Stuto'in 'this Un .. 'was' only t.o k...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 9 July 1857

"4 4 A v ! Politeness, , iBa polite, gentlemanly to every- 1 ly. True .politeness, flowing from heart of benevolence, is & for tune, . rich capital, a bank never failing. , 'It will secure you friends whoa noth ! vf ng else will. ... Study to practise it, X' -carry it out daily, in.' all your i nter- -courso with men, and especially with the ladies; at home and abroad, in the J. rears, stare, coaeh, steam boat, at ta ble, every where. Tree courtesy - sheds a hallowed loveliness ever the ' character wherever it is seem. Study ' tojplease every body from real good ness of heart, the rich and the poor, the elevated and the humble, the saint and the sinner. A little self- denial, a kind look, a pleasant smile, a benevolent action, oost but little, 'while they are "liko apples of gold i in pictures of silver." A Startling Rumor. A report is current here that among the emigrant trains which were murdered by the Cheyennes, was i one that left Prairie Oity about the .latter part of May ...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 9 July 1857

,.r- xi"i '. VI ri Emijrant'f gang1 . Over the mountain wave, ( i See where they eeroe j ; 1 ' I .7 -f Sorm cloud andwiotry wind , , f rr ' JM oe ; i . . v 1 i ! : Yet where the sounding gale, ., ' Howls to the sea, ,. n M! . It , '..There their song, peals along, Deep toned end free ; , , , ;, Pilgrims end wanderers, Hither we come ' ; A Where the free dare to be, This is pur homo,, England hath sunny dales, Dearly they bloom ; Scotia hath heather hills, Sweet their perfume: Yet thro the wilderness Cheerful we stray, ' Native lnnd, native land, Home far away I . ' Pilgrims and wauderers, Hither we come ; ' Where the free dare to be, I . This is our borne. . . Dim'grew the forest path, Onward they trod ;- Firm beat their noble heart, Trusting in God I - -. ;- Grey men and blooming maids, High rose their song, Hear it sweep, clear and deep, Ever along: Pilgrims anal wanderers, Hither we come ; Where the free dare to bo This is our home. Not thoirs the glory wreath Torn by the Blast ;...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 16 July 1857

5 I ' . . 5 i . it !4 : ? 1 mi Yolumo 1 Number 4. ! Ui. 1' I , I,.! 1'llAIRIK .CITY, MYAS, .THURSDAY,- JULY' 16, 1857. Terms $2 Per Annum. ' j 1 . " "" ' n.i.iii i i r ii i i i nil' " pf " " ' " 1 " 1 1 , i ii . it i i 1 1 i . ' , i I 1 1 I A I1 i ,i i St I. 1 ,1 1 A 1 i lit. li 7 r ii If Vi.il." P i JtC f .Ireehieif's '6flp! it publiihsu mar tuumoat at PRAIIIIE CITY, KANZAS, By S. S." PKOUTY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One oopy one year, , , . 12 00 Fifteencopiesoueyear, - - SO 00 Paymont required in all cases in ad vance. All papers dbtcontinued at th time for which payment is received. TERMS OF, ADVERTISING': first insortlon, per line, , 10 cte. Each subsequent insertion, per lino, 5( T4''' iTAdraace payment will be required for Advertisement from a distanco. 1 .Moneys, proporly registered with post masters, may be' forwarded by nail at our .risk. For the Freemen's Champiou. TO MY MOTHER. " My Mother 0 1 thntsacrsd name. The spell that brings my boyhood back, . Long years of absence,...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 16 July 1857

LIBERTY OR DEATH.' Prairie City, Kanzas, July 16, 1857. The Topeka Convention. "We have most cheering news from Topeka. It was a unanimous decis ion of the convention to h till adliero to the Topeka Constitution, und to re-submit it to the people for raliti--cation at the August election. Every district was fully represented and the strictest harmony of feeling pre Tailod ariiong the members through out' its session. Walteii Oakley was nominated for Secretary of State, Judge Cohway for Sap re mo Judge, and M. J. Parrot- for Delegate to Congress.- The efforts 6f Governor Walker to distract the Free State party havo been exercised in vain. The efforts ot professed Free SSuto journals to divide us have also proved futile. We never were so well united as wo are at tho present time. The unanimous sentiment of the people throughout tho Territory is to be admitted into the Union under the Topeka Constitu tion, or none.. Kanzus is safe 1 Wo regret that wo aro been unable to publish the proc...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 16 July 1857

31 it jrV, i i. Vf T1 if ' ! 4 ! i VI V giiiilSU.'l'.lJL.L.lli".'. "LB Xtirea .Cliears for tha Pacifioator! JIURRAH FOR GOVy WALKER "SHANNON 1 41', 4- WOODSOfl ECLIPSED! Tta' wAofr fin of Territorial xOffiaaU Lkwbmwoiith, July 15, 1857. 1T6 Vie PtopliofXammtY'j ,; ''; I have learned, that a considerable 'number of the citizens of Lawrence, in tMa Territory, have adopted,'- as thpy,claim, by a popular voto, a char ter for their local Government. : A v'copy of that charter has been placed iu my hands; upon comparing which with that granted by the Territorial Legislature, last winter, I find that they differ intentionally in many es sential particulars. The new charter, thonj in set up, not only without any authority of law, but in direct and open defiance of an act of the Terri- torial Legislature on the same subject. On this point' your Committee, 'whose views have been adopted by ,you, make the following statement : " Under ordinary circumstances the mote regular method of proceed i...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 16 July 1857

1 1 if 1! I! ..i I i " U'YV ' " MM ' . v.. 1 yi.V... (for the Froomcn' s Champion.' A rPTJTTf VAUTWWT? I Lire there a Yanked, far or ttca'r, ' .' ' Who, when VI plana "(jit, out of fcear," Han uevcr said, "vail I don't kecr, - ' . ' '-' "By golly t" Who, if he ''stubs bis loef aud fill, Don't want to swear, but great o. small, TTIU vent Lis ire, with " darn it all, '''., . .. ;. . By golly J, The Yankee boy with startling eyes, When flrBt the elephant he spies, "With wonder snuus, aiid a wo wo, and cries The youth with jaeli knife sharp and stout, Will try a trade to whittle out, And sharing, query, "what you bceut, By golly ?' .With brass enough his way to win, However much he gets of "tin," He "swows he'll have as much agin, By golly 1" If luck attends him, and he makes A happy hit, ho sweeps the stakes With " arterall, 'taint no great shakes, By golly I" But if he lose the luck he had , May be he'll got "most proper mad," And " guess as how, this erc's tew bad, By golly 1" Wbate'...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 30 July 1857

Tf V St1 Ml iW 'TWtKTfT-J f ;.. "" "" "" y ; .-. .! MMi..;i,.i.li1iiwAiiiWiyii?TTigg'iri?l' v.T",VE...?r-jr!. i , ..Ad s.:.?i 1 n ft ;! , :( I Tolumc 1 Number 5. PMIRIE CITY, KANZAS, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1857. Term-s $2 Per Annum. . J.-xxm- . t ' ' ' ft 7l V ' t If I; M 'ill '1.1 a mi 5 ; U it! A V i: i iff 1 Til it rvBusHiD mar tuumdat at PRAIRIE OITY, KANZAS, By S. S. PROUTY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy one year, ' $2 00 Fifteen copies one year, - 20 00 Payraent required in all cases in ad ranee. All papers discontinued at the time for which payment is received. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: First insertion, per line, - lOcts. Bach subsequent insertion, per line, 5 " tTAdvance payment will be required for Advertisements from a distance. - Moneys, properly registered with post masters, may bo forwarded by mail at our risk. .Proceedings of the Pree State Convention. Topeka, Kanzas,) Wednesday, July 15. J The convention met at Union Hall, at 10 o'clock, A. M., and was called to order by Ju...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 30 July 1857

, , . IU1 W'- - . 'I't ff., "LIBERTY OR DEATH.':. Pralriatit?; Kanzae, July 30, 1857, Slavery in Lower California. Preliminary to the further dovelop . .tnent of thoplan,lotig ago' concocted, whereby California is to bo divided And the lower portion thereof organ ized as a slave State, the great Cali fornia mail from the Mississippi river and San Francisco s to he , carried over the extreme southern'', route. We hare before explained ; to our leaders the reason why' the commer cial wants of tho country are ! thus disregarded to satisfy the' demands 'of Southern sectionalism ; but inas much as tho President has sanctioned the outrage, we again call attention to the objects to be accomplished. t Of course, to sooure tho desired as cendancy of slaveholders in tho coun ' try, upon which tho Slave Power has its eyes, it is necessary to invite em igration there. ' A road over which mail ,' coaches pans, along which are ' . frequent stations, and which is guard ed frcra end to end by drago...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 30 July 1857

1 IV,1,' -V 'W r ' r ' .' i Wl:'VM-',w,yyn,(WVww-,,frlt,,,l((,lftWtli'TWtll' i ".V '') , ': . ' c f v. t ( : I a'j..-i ..J.1 miM ,i . i ' i "' ""''"Stir It Up." TTT ,fc,,.JLue,&outil is not yot attialteu.wUh tih efforts of tlio Demlooriti rf ''i'rty . a bcbdf if 7 icstillutions. vTho . (Jowr it wtoojps .and ,tuo baser, its nub 'tiiervieno; the ' gveatoi1 'the' Vecjmife-' ments raaio.,' ,AU'.W0,Juve jio .'say,' ' is, stir ittip; malt it fodldilva. it to; , ioma deed, that you will bo proud of ; -force it to urge on Congress' the rq-; (' opening , the Slave Trade, and then ' threaten to'dissolve it br td sever the Union, unless it goes in for enslaving every white jm'ochanic' and laboring. man.' Tlio party, united, is strong, and can carry almost any, measure, J however base; proceed cautiously,, make fair promises; hold up one thing . at a time, let it bo incorporated as a party measure, and the day is 'yours. We think the following, from the Charleston Mercury, will have a good ...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 30 July 1857

X i i 'V V ( I V i v. i If i 1 Wishing." ar joni 6.' lilt. i f Of all amusements of themiud,. From lucic down to fisiiaior. ' - There Isn't one 'that you cun find, " . So vory cheap a 'wishing !'' A very choice diversion, too, 1 1 If we but rightly use it,'1 Aud not, us wu Are apt t'u do, J'ermt it and abu.o it: I wish a common wish iudced My purse van somewhat fatter, Tbat 1 might chuer ike child of need, And not ray pride to flatter ; Tlint I might make oppression reel,. As only gold cun make it, And break the tyrant' rod of stool,. An only gold can break it! . , I with that sympathy and love, And evory human paasiou That ban iu origin above, Would come and keep in fashion That fcoru, and jealousy, and hale, And every base emotion, Was buried fifty fathom deep lieueath thu stottuy ocean. I wish Ui at friends were always true, ' And motives always pure ; I'wish thu good mm not bo few, 1 wish Iho bad were fewer J I wMi that peraous ne'er forgot To heed their pioujs teaching ; I wish...

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