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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 10 June 1858

Volume l-Numbcr 26. PRAIRIE CITY, KAXZ AS, .THURSDAY, JUNE ,10, 1858, Terms-r82 Per Annum, 3 ' X. . i v v? : , IS PUBLISHED KVtnV THURSDAY AT, PRAIRIE CITY, KAN Z AS, , By S. S. PROTJTY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One copy ona year, . . ' $2 00 Three copies one year, , 5 00 , Ten , . 15 00 Payment required in all cases in ad vance. All papers discontinued at the time for which payment is received. TERMS OF AtiVERflSLVG: First insertion, per lino, - 10 cts. Each subsequent insertion, per lino, ft " IDT Advance payment will be required for Advertisements from a distance. t "Moneys, properly registered with post 'masters, may be forwarded by mail at our risk. Xt)e Freehei's 6lah)jioi) "LIBERTY OR DEATH.' 'FRAIRIE CITY, K, T., JuNE 10, 1858. Make Hoiks Pleasant. 'Home is the most important con stituent of social life. Our present civilization with its rilonngamic mar Tiags anil, isolated household', neces 'sarily makes it so. ' Ildw few under, stand this in its fullness, is proven by the c...

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. — 10 June 1858

nra i I I f :7 ' " LIBERTY OR DEATH." PRAIRIE CITY, K,T.,'JUNE 10, 1858. Territorial aid State Organization. The quo6tion as to whether the peo ple of Kanzas will be more prosper ous under one or the other of the forms k) . of these United States, is one that 7- demands their earnest attention, riot y only because of our peculiar History, but also, (setting aside the fact that wo now have an opportunity of com ing into the Union as a Slave State, which wo do not mean to embrace;) that next winter we shafl be applying for admission under the Leavenworth Conptitiition, with a fair prospect of succes's, there being then no oppo sing constitution. We propose to present a few of tho reasons pro and con, both for a State and Territorial organization. y -First, It is argued that having vd- f tad, down tlio Leeompton swindle, : through 'the .medium of the Ensrlish ; Bastard, we should butter remain a , ij Territory in accordance with the do- signs of the Slave oligarchy, because WM ttOTfO 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. — 10 June 1858

1: V t 1 t 1: 1: 1 . I m 1 f. t 1 J' Idavenwortli and Fort Gibson H. R. (V;, Ai a nioatirl of tUe stklidlders of V , He Ibavefivf o'rth and Fdrt Qibjon . . i ; ft. RCo"., holt at tho offica of E. D. jivo, E in the City of Lawrence i' iJ- r"..i... it- Til. . ... !....',. , Digiiuay ino iui ium.,."" eicuuuu . : nor President and Director was had, J iesdltlri asolld'w'i I ' : , " ! ;' .;' '" mKSIDBNT. ' , . , J. B. OriiPMAN ) LeaveAwdrlhl , , " ' ' DIRECTORS. ' 1 ' H. Jrj9TIOE, ) ' ,' in i r r vi. jawing, jr. j . . Vd.Udd, Leavenmrth B.PllffiifTISS. J 9 .Ruvnold8 Lawrence. , ! I" H. J. Cannifd', (i (jlf H. GlFFORD, Prairie City t ' Wm. Webster") ji Wm. Spinous, S. Anderson, Chas. Hidden. Anderson Co, W.'M. Leas,' Allen tCo. After organizing the board, it ad journod to meet in Prairie City on Wednesday, the 23d inst. New Store. Attention is invited to the new ad vertisement of Mr. W. L. Rothrick n the third page of this paper. 'fudging from the ring of Mr. Roth- book's tillc in his adve...

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. — 10 June 1858

t Mi JL Better late than Ne7er! ' Life is a race where some succeed, While others are beginning j 'Tig luck at time, ut. oilier speed, . That gives an early winning: . But if yon cluuico to fall behind, Ne'er slacken your endeavor, ;(, ,.. But keep thin wholesome truth ia mind, 'Tis bettor late thau uever. If you can keep ahead 'tis well, But never trip your neighbor ; 'Tis noblo when you can excel . By honest, patient labor But if you are outstripped at last, ' Press on us bold as ever : ' Remember, though you were surpassed, 'Tis better late than never. Ne'er labor fur an idle boast ; Of victory o'er another; But while you strive your uppermost, 1 Deal fairly with a brother, Whate'er your station, do your best. And hold your purpose ever ; And if you fail to oeat the rest, 'Tis better late than never. Choose well the path in which you run ( Succeed by noble daring J jtiien, tho the last, when onco 'tis won, ' Your crown is worth the wearing. Then never fret if left behind, Nor ula...

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. — 17 June 1858

7, M.i...i.i.l..i urn ,i ji.ii.hh . .i .ji.w. i n .j i . in niiwii?..i.n ihiij i ii.iiij. PTMigLMJlLiL!!;!!!!!!! 1111.".:'?" 1 L J1?1-"" 'Lwn'J-''n i Volume lNuraber 27: PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1858. Terms $2 Per Annum . V i 1. 1 it e'Vf ft 3 1 1t '- is poblibhkd mar tiiubsday at PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, , ; By 8. S. PROUTY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy one year, , , ' . $2 00 Three copies one year, 6 00 Ten " 15 00 tPaymont required in all casft in ad vance. All papers discontinued at the time for which payment is received. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: First insertion, per line, - : 10 cts. finch subsequent inertion,TW line, S " BTAdvance payment will be requirod for Ad venisemonts from a distance.. tMoneys, properly registered with post masters, may be forwardod by mail at our risk. " LIBERTY OR DEATH." FRJilRIE CITY, K, T JUNE 17, 1858. The Rain.. , Did you ever watch the rain drops falling in the summer time and try ito analyze tho thoughts and dreams that thronged in ...

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. — 17 June 1858

, , ..'.I'. pui ' '' '...HUUld ''"IT .1i'.'.k-j,,, -..V-.. I1 i 1 it' .1; .'.V I 1 lA ,1 I: I ,1 !i " LIBERTY OH DEATH." PIL1IRIE CITY, K, T., JNE 17, J858 A Card Personal. It has been reported to me that a rumor is going the rounds that Mr. Peiuiy Fuller, of Minnoola, informed some of the citizens of Prairie City that I applied to him last winter for Btock in Minnoola, and that I prom ised to remain quiet about the " Min jioola Swindlo" would ho acquiesce with ray request, but that he refused, and therefore incurred my hatred of ' the Minnoola Association and the sub sequent warfare of the Champion against that body. I was inclined to laugh at this silly tale at first, and for some timo paid not the remotest attention to it, believing as I do, that Mr. Fuller never originated and gave currency to such a falsehood I but as tho report has of late been used and circulated by Bomo designing per nons greatly to my detriment, justice to myself compels mo to nail tho lie I therefore most ...

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. — 17 June 1858

f t T 1 i ?, !-7 1 V. 1 ! i! i" 'That Well. ' TheEden Tark well has cost Prai xrie City over one hundred and fiftj dollars, and yet it is of no account. 'There is said to be plonty of water in tit most of the time, but awing to the want of an appropriate covering, of ful and garbage have found their way into it, thus rendering the water unfit for use. Tea or fifteen dollars appr o jtriately expended on this well would aocomp'Uh that which would bo a publio benefit to the town. Is there not publio spirit enough in tllo town, outside of the Prairie City Associa tion, to put this well in proper shape? It surely Beems as if the Ass'n had done their share. It wants to be cleaned out, curbed and. windlassed. Who'll load in the matter ? Wo have a little contribution for the under. taking. , - ' United Brethren Church. We are pleased to learn that ope rations are soon to bo re-commenced on this edifice, and that it will be completed and opaned for service this season. It is to be one story ...

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. — 17 June 1858

.?J.M.UUZ!!ll!;L?J!lUi'8lJ.J'li;'L THE GOLDEN PRIZE. THE GOLDEN PRIZE. THE GOLDEN PRIZF, THE GOLDEN PRIZE, 'i LIE GOLDEN PRIZE. THE GOLDEN PRIZE, THE GOLDEN PltlZE. THE GULDEN PRIZE. THE GOLDEN PRIZE. , THE GOLDEN PRIZE. . THE GOLDEN PRIZE. ILLUSTRATED, ILLUSTRATED ILLUSTRATED EVERY WEEK. ILLUSTRATED EVERY WEEK. ILLUSTRATED EVERY WEEK. ILLUSTRATED EVERY WEEK. SPECIMEN COPIES SENT FREE SPECIMEN COPIES SENT FREE. SPECIMEN COPIES SENT FREE. THE GOLDEN PRIZE. ILLUSTRATED, ILLUSTRATED! The Now York Weekly GOLDEN PRIZE is one of tlio largest and bst weekly papers of tlio duy. An Impe rial Quarto, containing eight paqks, or FortTV t'QUJMXti, of ' entertaining original matter ; and elegantly il lustrated every week. A GIFT WORTH FROM FIF TY CENTS TO 850U 00 IN GOLD WILL BE PR ESENTE D TO EACH SUBSCRIBER, IMMEDIATELY ON THE RECEIPT OF THE SUB SCRIPTION MONEY. One copy for 1 y'r, $ 00 and l.git't. One copy for 2 y'rs, 50 and 2 gifts. On copy for 3 fm, 5 00 and 3 gilts. One copy for 5 y'rs, 8 ...

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. — 24 June 1858

' 1 1 . 'ii.ti.i- i i I i si luriibcr 28: Prairie city, kamas, Thursday, june 24, issa Terms $2 Per Annum' HP v.; 1 i ,:-'( :(.' f 'I 4 it . is runuBHEi) mar TiiuasbAtf At PRAIRIE OITY, KANZAS, By 8, S. PROUTY. tTERMS OF SUBSCAlPTIoX: One copy otio year, , . $2 00 Three copies one year, . ; 5 00 Tea. " " " 15 00. Paymcnt required in all cases in nl fance. All papers discontinued at the time for which payment is received. . , v TERMS OF ADVERTISlM : First insertion, per line, - 10 cts. Each subsequent insertion, per lino, 5 'f ET Advance payment will be required for Advertisements from a distance. , ,Moneys, properly registered with .post masters, may bo forwarded by mail at our riski' .' " LIBERTY OR DEATH." PRAIRIE CITY, K, T., JUNE 24, 1858. Capt. Montgomery. Tho following ddscriptiori of Capt. Montgomery, who lias of late obtained nnunduo notorioty in Kanzas matters, 'is from the pen of a former resident of Lawrence a correspondent of the New York Evening Post : .; " In conversat...

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. — 24 June 1858

c-.3 ' r - 'LIBEETY OR' tffcATH.' VMlRlE chY, K.T., JuttE 24', 1858. Leavenworth and Fort Gibson E. . Gen: Lane Acquitted I Wo stop the press to announce thai the examination, of Gen. Lank jfor the alleged murder of Col. Gaius Jenkins was terminated 'on Wednes day, 23d inst., which resulted in the honorable ACQUITTAL "of den. Lane. The' deed was clearly proven to be an act of puro self defense. More next week.' The Fourth. . Though' the good old "Fourth" i's going to Blight the patriotic and liborty-loving people of Prairid City this year, it may not be an unwel come item of news to thcrri td know what immediate towns she is to visit. Lawrence is making, preparations to give a Temperance Celebration. Every person connected with any de scription cf Temperance ordors, and every friend of Temperance, is invi ted to' participate' with them on the occasion. They will undoubtedly liavoa rousing time. We publish the particulars more minutely in an other place. Min'n'eola promises to do big...

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. — 24 June 1858

.ami lMjf- . .1. A V. . .. . V x '1 'I f '! i ' A?: ? f-i f J. .1 1 . 4 I r 1 41 l ' 5 0 1 M t I From the Minneolu Statesman. Anniversary of Independence ! 4th of July I At the ."Capitol," Free Dinner I ; Ample Prdrwtone ! Speakers from Abroad, Will fie in Attendance. All Are Invited. t OKAtOI OF THE DAY, Mdfh T. EWIJSG, JR. 'LAWRENCE CORNET BAND. i president or tub day, "JOEL K. U 0 0 D I N . . ' READIER OF THE BECLAnATION, B, S. BA8SETT. ' ' i- marshal, ' A. R .M 0 It T 6 Nr CHAPLAIS, REV. WM. VVELCTL ; The citizens of Prairie City, Pal Inyra, Black Jack, Ottawa City, IV oria City, Sac Agency, Willow Springs, and all those in the vicinity 'of nun place, are respectfully invited to bs present and celebrate with uh, the 82nd Anuiversary of Atfaerican Independence, on MONDAY, JffLY 5TH; A GRAND BALL will be given in the evening at the " CAPii'OL HOUSE." Celebration at Lawrence. Th.e Good Templars have deter mined to celebrate the 82J anniver sary of American independence in Lawrence....

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. — 24 June 1858

Trust in God and Da the Bight. Courage, brother ! do not stumble, Though tby paih is dark as night ; There' a star to guido the humble Trust in God and do the right, , I ,'','( Let the road be long and dreary, , And its eliding out or light Foot it bravelyr-strong or weary,. Trust in Qod and do the right. ' i ' 'i Perish ' policy." and cuiming, Perish all that fears the light J . Whether losing, whether winning, Trust in God and do the right. Trust no party, phurcb, or faction, , Trust no leaders"! in the fight, . But in every word and action, , Trust in God and do the right. Trust no forms of guilty pnssioiij ... ; rl Fiends can look like angels bright; Trust no custom, school, or fashion, Trust in Qod and do the right, i i Rome will hate thee, some will love thee, Some will flatter, somo will slight $ Cease-from m an, i and. look above thee, Trust in God and do the right. Simple rule and safest guiding, Inward pence and inward light ; SUrupon our path abiding, , Tbust in God and d...

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. — 1 July 1858

Volume 1 Xumbcr 29. PRAIRIE. CITY, KANZAS, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1858. Terms:-$2'Per Annum, JlC feed's 6tip!6 IS PUBLISUKI) fiTKRT THURSDAY AT 'PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, By S, S. PROUTY. TERMS OF SUB$CR1PTI0X: , Oho copy one year, . . , $2 00 . Three copies one year, . . 5 00 Ten. ' . . 15 00 "Paymont required in all cases in nd "vanco. All papers discontinued at the 'time for which payment is received. '.TERMS OF AD VERTlSIXG : 'First insertion, per lino, - . - lOcts. 'Ench subsequent insertion, per line, 5 " ETAdvance payment will bo required .for ; Advertisements from a distance , . Moti.Q,y8iropKr!y regmtored3'itb post, 'masters, may bo forwarded by mail at our 'risk. jije' Jcii):a's (Jliiiiojoioii filiSiSF LIBERTY OR DEATH." PRAIRIE CITY, K, T,, JULY 1 1858. From the Lawrence Republican. A Trn'o Rtatam An t. of the Doinfrs ' and Policy of Captain, James Montgomery. The citizens of Lynn and Bourbon counties have beou pained to seo in tbo Herald of Freedom, for several weeks past, charge...

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. — 1 July 1858

s-dWWJfc astir "llfcERTY OR DEATH." PRAIRIE CITY, K, T., JULY 1, 1858. Republican or Democratic Where . To? It has been' evident to the observ ing mind for many months past," that the varied a$d multifarious elements ' found in tlio ranks of tho Free State party could not much longer hqld' to gether.' This-fact being, established, ' the question at the head of this arti clo acquiesces an importance xwhich it behooves all of us to' weigh well. The political parties now in this na tion are- undergoing a rapid change. They, themselves, are, but tho repre--sentatives of two ideas, forever to bo 'found existent in aU artificial society; we mean that.of liblorty and tyranny--or as it may beraoro fitly expressed for our timos, centralization and individuality.- There never carl bo, in any government which allows the small est amount of freedom, but two real political forces or parties which will represent in' some form or another those two ideas. Farties may oxist, or struggle to do so, wh...

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. — 1 July 1858

. i, From the Minneola Statesman. Anniversary of Independence I 4th tot4 Jalyl At the Oapttel.' Free Dinner I Ample FrttialOiil ! Speakers from Abroad Will Be in Attendants. All Afd Intited. ORATOR OF THE DAY, , IlOfl T, EW1NG, JR. LAWRENCE CORNET BAND. PRESIDENT Or THE DAY, 40 E L K. QOODIN. OT THE DECLARATION, u. b; bassett. MARSHAL, . ' A . R . M 0 U T 0 $ . CHAPLAIN, . REV. WM. WELCH. , 0 The citizens of Prairie City, Pal i4nyra, Black Jack, Ottawa City, Pe oria City, Sao Agency, Willow Springs, and all those in the vicinity ot e.icli place, are respectfully invited to be present and celebrate, with us, the Siiid Anniversary of American Independence; on MONDAY, JULY 5TH A GRAND BALL will be given in the evening at the '.' CAPiiOL HOUSE." JEST Harper' i Magazine for July is at hand, filled, as usual, with elo gant, choice and instructive engra vings, and alarge amount of sound and interesting miscellaneous read . ng. The July number is a supurb one. This, is the most useful, in s...

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. — 1 July 1858

God's Morcy Has Not Fled. ' Bolievo not those wbo.say tki ago Of. mirnoles hath past; That science hnth benenth iti ear ,., All wonders madly east; ' For deep, mysterious, wondrous thing Are passing o'er Us now, f. ' As wbun our Saviour Hat and tiugbt Upon the mountain's bvow ; -And tlio oar sky of azure blue Is still'above us spa-ud ; And God stillwatchus o'or us His niwrcy hath not fled. ' ' The earth' is Still as beautiful, Tbo flowers just as fair '" ' As when irom Eden's hidden nook .' They pcrfiimM all the air ; And shall we think that (Jed's own gift, Unto a sinful world, , Hath vanished lit tbo' din and strife,'' And is to pieces harl'd 1 Belicv it not his guardian saint Willi limror overhead : ' " God's mighty hand is ouUtrotchod yet Uis mercy hum not ilea. . We read within tbo book of life; A holy angel canm . ' Unto a troubled pool, to heal '. Tho leprous and tho.lanie; ,' So even noW upon lifu's streatnj , , Oii every milled wave Conies gently down Religion's breath To p...

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. — 8 July 1858

I ; . . ; . . ( t . ... . ; . j art ; ' ''''' . .'.. 'ftAa;i,;sygi8 ' . 1 . ' ,' : w ,. . " 1 - f KiA. r . j 1 ... . , ;.. i - i 1 ..... .,, . . . i , f , 1 . 1 ... . , , . , , . i . . t,- . ,. , r . !' ,'Yoiume -lf-Number 30. ' PRAIRIE CITY, KA52AS, TlMSDAY, JULY 8, 1858 : Tornis---5S2 rer Aimum, ft ft.? 11 I t i I 6' 1 " .a prairie'oity, kanzas, By S. S. PROUTY. 'TERMS OF $ UBSCR1PT10X : One copy one year, . ' f uu Three copies oho yenr, . . 5 00 .r Tnn " " " . . JJ .CO Payraont required in all enscs in ad vance. . All papers discontinued .at the Uino lor wnicu payment w recuivcu, . TERMS OF-. A D VER TISLVG : First inHfirtion. ncr linn. - lOcts. Kur-li aiiluonni'iiii inHt-rtion. nor line. ' 5 ICT'jAdvniiKiS payment will bo reiged for 'A4MwtUewoenw irom a UI8UVUCU. .M,.i,fivnrorti!rlv reiristcred witU post. ' masters, may 'bo forwarded by mail at our risk 1 LIBERTY OR DEATH." PRAIRIECITY", KANZAS, JULY 8, lc8 For tho Freeman's Champion. The Port Scott Difficulties aad Gov. Robins ...

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. — 8 July 1858

" LIBERTY OR DEATH." PRAIRIE CITT, KANZAS, JULY 8, 1858 The Homicido atLawrence. . As will be seen by reference to an other column, Gen. Lank has boon discharged by the examining' court, who have been trying hiin on a charge of wilful murder, for the last three weeks. ' ;' , ' . Whatever may be the personal feel ings of those who watchjed the pro gress of the investigation, of one fadt every honest man must have felt as- Biired, and that was, that th court were honestly and impartially seek' ing to perform its duty. The com rnunity might have searched over a long time to find three more impar tial, candid and intelligent men thrn tho Justices, E. D. Laud, Amasa Soulic, and Mr. Otteusok, Recorder of the city of Lawrence. A person may honestly dispute their judgment, but the man who doubts their integ rity in the premises, does 60 because be is capriciously seekingjo destroy the weight of their action. We find the account we gave three weeks since of the affray, to have been bourne ou...

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. — 8 July 1858

1' i it 6i ti it j Waift from the Wis. ' i -From the Fathers, of the Church Ve gather a few qtutnt thoughts. U'hey are worth of perusal and of laeediugi thou would'st be justified, knowledge thy injustice ; he that Confesses hi sias, begins his journey to salvation ; he thai is sorry for it, aends his peace ; he that forsakes it, is at his journey's Qad,--Enchiridiont The wages that sin bargains ' Jfor with the sinner, are life, pleasure, .and profit ; but the wages it pays him "with, are death, torment and destruct don. He that would understand the falsehood and deceit of sin, must compare its promises and its pay ments together. Dr. South. If ever Christianity appoars in it's power, it is when it erects its trophies) on the tomb ; when it takes up us votaries where the world leaves thorn, and tills the breast with. im mortal hope in dying moments. Robert Hall. do long as thou art ignorant, be not ashamed to learn ; he that is so fondly modest not to acknowledge his own defects as ...

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. — 8 July 1858

r ;that'; 4V o ti t fr , i : i t p ca 1U im V i tu b hi rot. it it Far 9) ys "' ep , to ' it 1 litt on ti W ' if c ,icc 12 ft A Hole Better than a Patch. . . BaA Md Mrs. Ph il anthropy the oth er (lay, .apcosting a preueuiuuo uiunu in t he street, with a wardrobe remark able for, its ventillating advantage : :,i:"Bljhbj,'.w,b.y don't you go home $ud,havei your mother sew up that awful hole Jn your trousers f. ,, ., v.:..fOh. veoil tit eout. old woman," as the reupQQtable reply, "eour fos axe economioingi and a hole will last loneer than a batch any day." , ,, The ,pld lady's honest .sympathy was wasted, while the youngster beat a hasty, retreat found the eorner, dis playing a nag 01 uuce in uiu iar, 1 1 ' . ff,Many, descriptions havo been written of the Ideal Yankee, but none bo felicitous as the following, which describes him as one . " Who'd address a King by the title of JUister, ... . . . With an old blue coat, and a shocking bad hat on.; , , , 1., , , . Who would kiss a Queen' ...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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