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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 15 July 1858

) l Volume 1 Number 31. PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1858. CO T) it ii V , liui ' CD rr I. M i"4 i vpr ) I X.Ol h J LP Fipeehieii Gfahiploii) IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT Prairie oity, kanzas, By S. S. PROUTY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy one year, . $2 00 Three copies one year, . . 5 00 Ten . 15 00 'Payment required in all cases in acl Vanco. All papers discontinued at the tiuie for which payment is received. TERMS OF ADVERTISING : First insertion, per lino, - 1 10 cts. Each subsequent insertion, per line, fi " UXAdvanco payment will bo required for Advertisements from a distance. tMoneys, properly registered with post masters, may be forwarded by mail at our risk. I()e lireetyc Employ) " LIBERTY OR DEATH." PRAIRIE CITY", K. T, JULY 15, lBftd. A Spirited Letter on Kanzas Affairs fiora a Veteran of the War of 1312. O. W. E. Griffith;, Esq., of this place, has permitted us to make the following extracts from a letter re cently received by him fromtho ven erable James...

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. — 15 July 1858

1.., rl 4 1 u ;that' f - : ' ' ' -ed ! imf i "7 ' iu J, :; hi ( KOI. it in Fan ,r, 9) i rc : y-jo. ;, lOW ' lit it ;.'( ' i itov to -ci-i I' ,p8J Jf 005 13 'if V 1' I "4 .U'l 11 W '" VP 3 10 4 fit! ii i .JljftJ'ireehCi)'s6liah)fioi) " LIBEETY OE DEATH." PRAIRIE CITr, K. T, JULY 15, 18S. Prairie City Republican Club. HjHE Prairie City Republican Club will bo addressed I i)d by MR. J. M. WALDEN, of Quiudaro, late editor of the Quiwlaro Chindowan, on the English bribe, and other matter of interest, on Saturday evening next, At 14 o'clock, at the M. E. "Church. The public generally and the ladies especially are invited to be present. I' iwm Why Organize the Republican Party?- This question bus often been asked in since in a lute number of the Champion- we advooated that step We will endeavor briefly to give our reasons : First, We believe that after the 2d of August next, with a successful defeat of Locompton Jim., the mis sion of the Free State party as such will havo been accomplished...

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. — 15 July 1858

0 u ' a; t P iaiV hi 1l l.t Fan 9) u rc & towr it ioi lime 4 ait gr' ,pe, a;.w H3K Ctt t i" , ,1 , tnr . 1 s'jpr ' th j:; V. V' Me t I' th(J f JJi t hi 1 Prairie City Republican Club. Agreeable to the cull published in the Champion of lJbt week a few citi zens assembled at the Champion oflioo 'on Tuesday evening last, to take -istepa for the organization of a Ue jtpublioaa Club. Owing to a mistake 4n the call an to the place of meeting, -rani also to the fact of there being ''qnothei meeting held at the church at the. same time, there was but a tneagre aiteudance. A temporary organization was eifoctod, a commit rtee on Constitution and Platform i chosen, and the mooting adjourned to moot at the Mathodist Church on Saturday evening next, at 7 o'clock. Permanent odioers will then be cho- . sen, and a Constitution and Platform submitted lor its consideration. Au address by J. Waldo, Esq., late editor of the Quindaro Chindowan, will bo deliverod outhe subject of tne English bribe, a...

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. — 15 July 1858

'r l irt-- n- ti y'lfi'iT11' j-'i-r1 fi!-' H'ff ,,rrij'i '"ri rirTMWniifcwiMii-iiniwiaiiwafri . : I, ? ! n V Trifles. . . ' ' By CnARLI.8 BWAIH ' llow Is it, o'ctf Vic strongest mind, 'Flint rifies bold such sway 1 A word nay, e'en h look unkind May u'arken all life's day. Oh, in thiB world of daily care, The.thousands that havo erred, Can any hardship butter bear Than tbey can bear a word 1 Tho man who with heroio heart . , . Can stern misfortunes meet, Unflinchingly perform his part , And struggle 'gainst defeat, .' ' With faith unaltered, yet can lose y ' His temper e'en for aught , Which falls not as his will would choose, Or proves not what be Bought, And woman can forgive a wrong Which casta her on the world, Far better than forgive the tongue That may some sneer hive burled ; . A thousand ti tnws prefer a lot As hard as want deplores, Than feel or think herself forgot ' By 6ue her heart adores. Alas t tho human mould's at fault ; And still by turns it claims A nobleness which...

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. — 22 July 1858

1 X ' ' v ' I: 'I 4 ;thaf 4 Volume 1 Xumber 32, PRAIKIE CITY, KANZAS, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1858. Terms $2 Per Annum t , ' inn 11 1 wMMiniimiiiwiiftwAMiiWML MmammhmBpmmmMmmJhm&m tt p inif mi V 'b hi cot. it in Fari Auij 9' f rc ;i 4 v .epi towi it im liuie ' J'i tov ou to nr '.'pr tin v, Me a tho 11: 18 ULl8HKD JtVERY TIIUBBDAT AT PRAIRIE OITY, KAN Z AS, By S. S. PROUTY. 'TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION" : One copy one year, . . $2 OU Three copies one yoari . , 6 00 Ten " " " . . 15 00 Pavraont reauired in oil cases in nd- Vance. All papers discontinued at the ximu lor wuicu puyinuui. in iuuuitcu. TERMS OF AD VERTISUO : First insertion, per linn. - 10 cts. Each subseaucnt insertion, per line, 5 " CTAdwinco payment will be required for Advcriisemonte Horn a distance. . .Moneys, properly registered with post 'masters, may be forwarded by mail at our Tisk. JliefIrechjei'p6l4hpioi( " LIBERTY OR DEATH." PRAIRIE CITY", K. T , JULY 22, 1858 Stephen Oirard, the Money-Maker About tho year seventeen h...

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. — 22 July 1858

..hmu.i.J-jjw"i.'-J''i''' MbW wgjt 4 !i that .o t p o'd ! inif i A j V hi ! . hi rou it ii Far tuij $ cc rc 'ft it JiU.1 ' i tov ou Ct .ten j'4 ft V'! M ,ttl i f th 0V' Vof ' 'Vfr "LIBERTY ORDEATH." PRAIRIE CITY, K. T , JULY 22, 1858. REMEMBER! Th,t on MONDAY, the 2d day of August next, tho peoplo are called upon by a final vote to kill off the Slave Power in the Terri tofy. The English Swindle is then offered for their consideration. Do not forget to go to the Foils and vote " PROPOSITION REJECTED." Let no man fail to do his duty t To the Polls 1 To the Polls 1 ''Slavery is Democracy, and De mocracy is Slavery," A Democratic Administration.con sequontly the tools of the Slave P,ow: cr, have attempted by trickery, fraud and intimidation, to force a Consti tution upon Kanzas, distasteful to the peoplo. This Constitution established Slavery, making it 'perpetual, and ac knowledges, in the broadest manner, tho most ultra Pro-Slavery doctrines. The National Democracy in '54 re pealed th...

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. — 22 July 1858

J AMiWil'IU L ,111:. i ti !f : ' ' -e'd 1 ' inif hi xoi. it in Fan Aui'j ,dV cc rc ep. towf it ku liuie 'i itov to S i IP6' ilf' .".( th ev, Me juB. of' r-, ,tb , tU tho1 . i 4 n ; Shocking; Murder. ' We are indebted to some unknown friend for a copy of the Oswego Daily 'ZCitAes, which bring os the shocking intpiligentrt of the murder of Edwin li; SiwlBB, which occurred , on the liBaissipi river, near Cairo a few Weeks Bince. He was on his way to n interior town in Tennessee, where ae intended to open an architect and builder's shop, and on his way thith er' was robbed by some , riVer pirates "tif several hundred dollars, who after 'wards broke his skull and threw him overboard. . ' ' Mr. Sowlbs was a near relative of ours (first cousin), and was an hon orable, high-minded and much-es--tearaed gentleman, respected by all who know him. . lie leaves a young 'wife, two small children,1 and hosts "of afflicted friends to mourn his de plorable end. The bereaved family lave our warmest sy...

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. — 22 July 1858

, -i-l if it) . . . . .nUMu- SWt .that 4 0 y t 6 t P U ca Hi -iui mi v hi tot. it i Fa ,tll! 9 cc rc J) 11 v t0' it 1U to . ot tl) :gf ,po ct I" 1 .4 II i I iff ; - For the Freomen's Champion. The Law of Kindness.' If thy brother hafh a weaknes, Or folly in him shown, Oh ! fan it not till with fierceness And bitter heat' it glows. What if he has a fault or fear, That does not him adorn ; Ifi't right to make a laugh and jeer, Or lid to public scorn I If we would help our brother man, And act a worthy part, Remember' wo that harsh words fan ' But passion iu the heart. Loss of bitterness more of love, And of acts of kindness, Would lift this world to God's above, Lighting all our blindness. Paul Potter. Lawrence, K. T., July, 1858. For the Freemen's Champion. Littla Nelly, Blessings on thee, little Nelly I Fairest blossom in our valley j With dancing eyes of laughing blue, t .. ( And glowing cheeks of rosy hue; With thy hair all golden brown, Where sun and shade are glancing down; What...

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. — 29 July 1858

i ' " " ..tm..,i. "' ' r' " r"" ' "M""""'" ''' afrn , IM , f , . " ' ' 1 ' 1 V' , '""r',""-,-',m''", . ' nn-iil.nn, 'ill ' ' ' - """'' ";Xt '"','t.7'''''' ;' ''' 'i 'in C MiiMiijpwaMiii ii mmm ij. mmmmmufmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmm : ,. r in i,i , niiiiniiiimi i mmui i, nini mii.iiwi u" t-iiuwijmiiju.j.,ji,i.M-' ,: ?"r"::??$.'- . . f, . Volume 1 Number 33. PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, Tllfti 8DAY, JULY 29, 1858r 'Wi? : Terms--$2 Per Annum. 4 1 1 i p ', ' oa li iniV 'tot t f 1 r ",!pr v. a V,', a ,tb' kn, the tU IS PUBI.I81CKU KVERY THUBflbAt AT t'lUlRIE OITY, KANZA8 V By S. S. PROUTY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One copy one year, . ,' $2 00 Three copies one rear, . 5 00 Ten r' ' " " . '. 15 00 "Paymont reqilired in all cases in nd 'Vance. ' All papers discontinued at the time lor ,wuicn payment is received. TERMS OF ADVERTISING First insertion, per lino, 10 eta Each subsequent insertion, per line, 5 " (KTAdvanco pay mtilit will bd required for ,Awrtiflemonts rrom a distance. ' 'iimalura, may bo f...

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. — 29 July 1858

; i.-T '4 Htl 1 s5 m '(.0 if" . .in JJ .t.j X 1 1 ' !.. i ! LIBERTY Ok DEATH.' PRAIRIE CITT, K. T , JULY 29, 18.r8. REMEMBERS .That cn MONDAY, the 2d ariy of August next, the people are called upon by a final vote to kill off the Slave Power in the Terri tory.' The English Swindle is then offered for. their consideration. Do not forget' to go to the Polls and vote "PROPOSITION REJECTED.1.' let no man fail to do his duty I To the Polls! To the Polls! The Coming, Election.. On tho Second day of August next, tho people of Kanias are' called up on finally. to decidb at thb ballot Box thc question of State Slave or Free. . True tho mode of reaching it is hampered by all tho subterfuges ' aird artifices that corrupt politicians could throw in tho way oi that which they desired to prevent the poople from exprossiog viz : .thoir views of the. domestic institutions which they desired to have in their midst. The question presented at the com ing election is substantially as above (dated. . It...

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. — 29 July 1858

J if? .V X 7-V J x tfee ".IWater-Bound. ".We omitted in pur ,i8sao of last "woek to apologize for the non-attend nce of Mr. J ; M 'Wammit,, at the Sweeping -of the Prairie City llepublio Club,' on tlld evening of the . 17th ilflstvwho had previously been an nounced to speak on the occasion. ..iMr. Walden spoke in Osawatomie jrthe day before, and the evening of the j-game day was marked by a tromen- 1I0U8 shower of rain, which raised the creeks between the two towns so high that they were unfordable, and Mr. WalDun was therefore prevented r,from reaohing the place of his ap pointment. Owing to other cngage- meats, he was unablo to remain and 1 speak to our citizens when he did . arrive. Legal Instruments. ' Warranty Deeds, .Mortgages, and nearly all kinds of legal instruments of writing, accurately and expodi- tioualydjaq up at this office by the editor, who is authorized, by virtue of his office as Register of Douglas County,' to take acknowledgments, administer oaths, ike. People h...

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. — 29 July 1858

, .... r.vrv I i : 1 that ' o ; IB. II P inif " im ' JL V j . V not. i it ii Far cc rc 4f tow it i liu to . OU' to WIN (pe. tei: J D V fc.ti 7 .3 1 '! it V 1 The English Election. Probably ere this timo every voter in the Territory is, or has lioen, aware of tho duties devolving upon himself in voting next Monday ; hut for fear some of onr readers may have for gotten the regulations of the Election Commissioners, and the time and places of holding election, dec, we publish a list of the different precincts in Douglas and Franklin counties and the instructions to Judges : DOUGLAS COUNTY. Lawrence precinct, at Lawrence. Judges, Samuel 0 Harrington, 'Tur ner Sampson, James Christian. Lecompton precinct, at Lecorhpton. Judges, F. F. Bruner, G. W. 'Ann, S.J.Jones. Rig Springs m-ecinct, Big Springs. Judges, P. H. Townsend, Amos Ilicks, Wfflt Harper. Noar Clinton, at David Aiken's Rtore, formerly called Blooroinglon. Judges, Oliver Barber, O. W. Um barger, Charles Wright. Willow Springs pr...

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. — 5 August 1858

ft ' t,,.,.,m i ezjrp-it n i . i i t . , .' . .,i ji -l : iral . I i' Jll . B.I t H, . Av A jlk a A A; if ti it '' wvz,w I 1 m 3 1 Uliil WD t L4 lit iia K .WJl L " j. j., ; ,. '. :';) ''.' " tvt , ,,i i, , t . , j . lha't ' J" o ti V ft. 8: ' ti P oa imp . mi .fk V in be Li rot. it in Fan ' cc rc ) Ar, d Afo .ep, towr it im liuie i tov to $ ,pe, 3 c cu if D i! t ' -A I 9 .tJ th evi Me jus. 4' th kn, the the 1't. Bye no ! V M, t I 8Cfc Volume 1 Uurnber 34. t . n Ml UMMIBO ITKBT IHUB80AT AT . fiPJlAIIilE. UITY, KAN Z AS By S,S.,?aOiriY. , v . WtiMS OF SWSPRlPTIoy.! One copy oue year, . ' , . $2 00 Three copies one year, '. ' '.' 6 00 ten , , , , " ; , ; u0 ',lPayment required ih all cases in ad 'Yattce. ' All papers discontinued at the 1 time for which payment is received, ,, "TERMS' OF ADVERTISWQ ; 'Fiwinsertion, per line, ' ' " ' 10 eta. -Each nubsequeot intertion, per line, 5 ' '.' IT Advance payment will be required for AdvortinemenU from a distance. ' Moneyg, properly registered ...

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. — 5 August 1858

to I V p. L fld ini" . au flo j . '' "71 u be lii rou it in Fan ,d'i' 5 ro, 44 oil , .epa. towi it Uu liuie tov out to J!h HSli. i k.tt .tD, r ypr 'tli' ev. ,Ms 'til kn the the J !" !'v. 1" us 1 n ' 'l?l''ll'rp1'"""'"'"'l'l ""Ujpw ?f-T-',,rj 4f nllBEttTT 01 SlIAtfl," Prairie city, k. t , aug. 5, 1858. A Glorious Rebuke ! ! tSffiiroii op "Lanzas rfl ijEiiEN AGAIN VINDICATED! liberty triumphant i THE GO VEtlMIENTS PROFFER" piqjfMfTL Y SP URN ED ( Hear' tn'e: Voice ' of the: Multitude : r- At-',. V. Vmm. , in jiieir impressions. ug ' :ii8ii irtbd i .:, Town.,; ... , Prop. ;. .Prptf;. Whol ''--.' , Accep'd Rtjcc'd" No, Lawrence, 4 718 Mi , ,v' 122'" S'l'ii; ?$.. r. . 0: ',.".i!6l',';, ; 0 103 ,, 1 o: ' ' '123 ' K" Mi Icornptoh'' OoleOiBek, Bloou'iiiglou,,', Eudpni,. , . PraiVio City,-1 Palmyra,' 1 Willow Springer, v Biff Springs. ,! I(,PekaV ; Tecuoiseh, Oentro'poHs,1 "; Lexington, ' ' Leavenworth, : i Atchison,,, , ,., , Poniphnii , '. , Kicknpbo,' ' Ohio Ciiy,.: ' ' , Monlicullo,. , ....

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. — 5 August 1858

1 &'tr from 1 California; -Fmer'a "Bit er Excitement -"-European . News.,. &j., &c, &o. iTV'!: :' m7fok;jny'vi. ,. Th& jteamsliip Moses Taylor, with California dates to the 5th inst., and nxUMit 91.200,000 in specie; hat ar- 'rived.,'-; . ' VJ,. .The' grazer' s River goli excitement continues unabated. lie ports from 'Iheuoe have become fabulous. One "letter writer, vouched for as reliable, "eays hie first day's yield was 970. Vfctbria was crowded with specu 'latbrs, who hid run up the price ol -.building lots, to 20,000. . -.uTne iiu Isou's Hay Company were 'buying- gjld, wnlcu wa dull; at fif 'toiJtV dollars per ounce. ''',,'',, ' Tiitt ludiius had commenced mo ' lestiujj emigrants, i A party ot' tun eu ' camped near Lehome, were attacked, and six killed;1 .'Twenty-two canoes filled within- diaus were passed going into Victo ria, aud 200 more were expected. ' 'it is feared that indiscriminate massacue of iuiuers will take place. , j" Fourteen steamers aud saili...

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. — 5 August 1858

i;iir,i,'iit,'..i'' t.:,j..m',i,...a.iM,a.,i,'i,i.h,.1.r,..ili,.MIIl "".lllllll V. I, i Hi Mnd.iAifc.h ,iuf ''iHrfyiiiiiiiriimliMiiilftiii inin;imii.;jiiji.ii 1 ;thu 4aJ xa v 1 J ai i Mi i tai I ;'& f" w iu' be hi ro it Fi ,tu ,d'i $ ' CO rc it, v tc I t( 1 iP I h a 1 ; 41 I v4 II I tire Bravely. Thoirorld is half darkened with crosses Whose burden art; weighing theru down; They croak of their, star ana ill uage, And group in the diich fur a crown. "Why talk to the wind of thy fortune, Or clutch at distinction and gold t If thou canst not reach high on the Udder Thou can steady its base by iky hold. For the flowers, though hid in the corner, Will a faultlessly rtuiah its bloom Will reach for a sDarklo of sunshine. tint the Clouds have no: dared to consu me And Wou'd'stthou be less than a flower With thought, and a brain , and a hand ? Whv wait for tfio dribbles of fortune, When there's something that those may cemnana t There is foon to bo won from the furrow, And forests that W...

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. — 12 August 1858

r i A . v. Sr. Mi i f . ' . . W r7 " : uu-AX' '7: . ' .,31 . ;that ';! Yolume 1 Number 35. PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, THURSDAY, AUG. 12, 1858. Terms $2 Per Annum 4 J v ' rid au inif ' lur 111 w roai it id Fari Aui( to ' Joii , tow l it im liuie out CI'., nr r th ev. Me a 'jus, .of' l1 -a ,tl kti. t'bo tKd VP Dye rio'jf a gr p to 3 a 1 '1 t v ft1. J jtje'Flpcehieiii's'Slihiploiii IS PUBLIBUKD EVIBT THURSDAY AT PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, , By S. S. PROUTY. rTERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One copy one year, . . $2 00 Three copies one year, . .5 00 'Ten " " " . . 15 00 , Payruent required in all cases in ad vanco. All papers discontinued at the 'time for which paymont is received. TERMS OF ADVERTISING : First insertion, per line, - lffcts. Each subsequent insertion, per line, S " ITAdvance payment will be required for . Advertisements from a distance ' Moneys, properly registered with post- masters, may be forwarded by mail at our risk. " LIBERTY OR DEATH.' PRAIRIE CITY.K. T, AUQ. 13. 1858. . Kanzas Let...

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. — 12 August 1858

III '1 iff' ;th CO to, arc" . ! ti : pe ttll 111 in I. m , ,flo W ui bet hi, !i roi V 'it I ,tul ,di: a rd; it i I'm tot on to . i!h Cb tCU 1 w I (oe Mco u ir'f 'b: 'V t'! 1 Vpr '.til ev. M. tof ,T' 11' th Jen the jtlic i'p. pie it It hi Si !1 Ffteftieq's 6ipioK) " LIBERTY OR DEATH." PRAIRIE CITY.K. T , AUG. 12, 1858. Prairie City Republican Club. THE next meeting of the Club will be held at llie M. ti, Church on Saturday evening. Sift hint., at early cnndlu light. W. II. H. LAWRENCE, Esq., Gf Franklin county, will be present and mldrcss the Club on timely topics. Let there be a good attendance on this occa fcion. D"The Ladies are especially invited te attend. WM. GRAHAM, Pres't. Jno. R. Win-tom, Scc'y. M Nigger-Huggers," "Nigger-Wor-' sbipperi," 'Abolitionists' "Fire Eaters," " Fanatics," &c. Tho above pleasant epithets are very frequently applied now-a-days to such of the Froe State party who propose to organize a Republican par ty in Kanzas ;. and who are they, pray, who uso ...

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. — 12 August 1858

jtif illi ll n i iriAHiH- Accident. ' ', llr. W. N. Surd, of this place, het with quite a severe accident yes terday mofntng while attempting to rnyoko an ox team. , Ho went at the $idad of the cattle' to unhitch' the "Wagrtn tonguo from the yoke staple, '"When the team became frightened ' and commenced running. , Mn Sued taught holt of the end of the tongue, "io which ho clung until his strength ' was exhausted, when he foil, having ' been dragged several rods. The cat 1 tie and wagon passed completely over him. The" lower part of law breast was considerably m ngloil, a foot-print of an ox being plainly din ; tingii'islied, and one of his logs was ' wrenched badly. ' The Yankees must beware of West ' em cattle 1 1 A Bargain. 1 Mr E. P. Haukis offers a great 'bargain in our alvertising eolumns. Hie farm is only a trifle over a mile from town, is pre-empted, well im proved, and is olio red at the low price of $650. Tni is decidedly the best bargain that has, to our knowledge, ever be...

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. — 12 August 1858

fSSBS The laborer IBtsnd up met I thou host the form, And likeness of thy God I who it, ore ! A sot)l as dauntless mid the storm, A daily life, a hi art as warm And pure, as breast e'er wore. What then ? Thou art as true a man As mom the human mass among ; As much a part of the great plan That with citation's plan began, As any of the throng, Who is thins enemy T the high In station, or in wealth the chief ? The great, who coldly pass thee by, With proud step and averted eye ? Nay J nurse not such belief. If true unto thvsel tlmn What wero the proud one's scorn to thee? A feather, which thou raighest cast abiiiu, as iaiy as me blast The light leaf from the tree. No ,- uncmb'd passions, low desires, Absence of noble self-respect, Peath, in the breast's consuming fires, io that high nature which aspires Forerer, till thus checked ; TtSB Mile enemios-thy worst i They chain theo to thy lowly lot ; , 1 hy labor and thy life accursed. 0 stand erect! and from them buret I And longer suffer...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
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