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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 19 August 1858

uJm. iimiHhiMI iSfSi SfciSa 1 Volume 1 Number 36. MAIRIE CITY;;KAXZAS, THURSDAY) AUG. 19, 185B, T erms-r-$2 Per Annuni 1 1 1 . ' " ' V." . 1 1, . . ... i ,i4 '..1 ' IS PUOLISHED EVEItV THURSDAY AT PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, By S. 8. PROUTY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: . One copy ono year, . ' . $2 00 Tliroucupies ono year, . . . 6 01) Teu " ; " . . 15 00 i Payment' required in all cases in ad .Yunco. All papers discontinued at the .time for which paymont is received. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: First insertion, per line, 1 10 cts. , Each subsequent insertion, per line, ft ' 1CT Advance payment will be required for -Advertisements from a distance, .Moneys, properly rcKMUsred with post masters, may be forwarded, by mail at our risk. "LIBERTY OR DEATH.' ) PRAIRIE CITY, K. T AUtf. 11), ld5d. ' ' From the Miuneoia Statesman. Dr. Charles Lieb.' " This scape -grace came into Kanzas and squatted at Lea ven worth City, iu the tall of '55 or early in '55, pur porting to have originated in reun sylvuma. His p...

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. — 19 August 1858

4 31 I PRAIRIE CITT.K. T, AUG.' 19, .1858. Prairie City Eepublican Club. THB nexf meeting trf'Nw- Olub will W bidd ut. the M fc. Uliurch cu Saturday 4ii&uiiilrt iu'sU.at early caudlo ligliU W.H.H.LA.YVRKJNCE.Esq., DF Franklin county, will Via present and address th idliMn tiivdy topi". Let thero be a good attendance on tins occa mon. D-Tliti JLadi.'s are especially incited UE&od;";jJ" YM. GRAHAM,' VcV. ; ILUiLl LLAli krti'culars : of the1' Great ', Burial of -i."4.it' . -Leloottptoiil an II it I'V'v:.'.!; ) a-.' ;.!:! flpCd'uiitiis.i ,!:'''.' Acc.i i Rej. i F.8.maj. 1701 .Leavtm worth. . . 43d 220 J 17f5 621) Shawnee, 600 Atchison. 246 ! i2: i! 163 . , 233 ' ; 38 ; I-.-1 7 2 . .3 Cli 2M) 451 416 7a4 2t3 172 M4 lb9 261 t!08 75 2 JO 23 429 14 123 3ti6 i 218 314 .Sllf6un,:i ni v; JqllUKOU, , KJJMiahaj Breckinridge, Anderson, Madison, BtFrimklin, ' . nfe'N'V,,,, McOee, te ."';.. kit i ..( j !! i. ,!!: 254 401 2a5 165 102 266 24. 2)8 75 205 23 '392 ' b 119 ;1 '3. 'si ' 6 ' "4 f 1...

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. — 19 August 1858

If-.;. r , ... , Advertise. (, ... ,: . . ..' i In another place we devote eonsid -table space to this ub!ect, where we Ata'w endeavored to slluvf the advan tages of the eysteiu J we wish here iuorely! td direct; ihe.iitiiti'on 'of the Ajusiuess men of Prairie City to one flnauer. ,' Tito loiial patrouage be 'Mowed upon our advertising columns is now very meager. We uaVe. three .-stores id Prairie Oily,, aud yet strange rt j say, a persou lu glaucuig over our Colifuius would suppose we had . none. 1'aere is no boiler criterion to determine (lie character of a comtnu , uuy tiiau liio adveriuing columns ol its newspaper, nud vve regret tue fact ;ttut tue crueriou ot our lowu is uu- able to maice so bad a report. For the - cnavacier a.id creau of tUe lowu it is to oe uoped mac every ousiuets man 'will uevut-e a utile uiaie uiteucioa lo adv'enisiiig. Uy nine energy judi cioukiy employed, Prairie City luiui aniiy a.itatu au uoaoraoio uuciiiuoo .reputation, me Miporuuce ol wiucu Wiu eooa ...

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. — 19 August 1858

i I.' 7- m-1 111111,111 rMWMwggsfgiB5?'i V , , t.. What ii Thy Hope? ; ..What Is thy hope ? Ob I if to tlto earth, Like tlwgroving vine it clins, Nor shoot ouu aspiring tendril forth, . . l; search after higher things tIn vain it tuirturoii with ceaseless toil, Confined to the cold wurM' uiigeuUl soil; 'Etch prop that supports it "muni perish andT all Its buds of fuir promise unoponod fall 'Alas for the hopis that are nourished hero, Amidst the storms of earth's changeful at ,', .. moerdioe. " " ',.". . , Say, what is thy hope ? . Dost t'iou ' : pursue ' 1 , ; ' . Oi treasures tha triddv round. K itn th' phan:om of happiness ever .' in view, ' ' ' , Whore trua happiness was nover found ? ; Oh, plunge not in search after bliss supreme ' 'Midst the whirlpools of pleasure's polluted stream j Amidst her .nad orgies thou never canst find Joys worth the pursuit of n rational mind; Olil fly her seductions, resist her control, Sno poisons, debases and ruins tho soul. But what Is thy hope? 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. — 26 August 1858

ilil. mi) '.j i 'ill V. J:.: ,n'!'lV)t),t i'U'-1 - ' - Wnu. J . C A . . t. , ' . 1 I ' , 1 , I 1 i ' ' ; ;lv- ' ' ' . . ,,'-':!, .',' r ' i , ' i i i 1 i ' .: f '. .tl : ' ' -' lu..-:,- " : i :;. r, mi , - 1 1'!". ,nr,J ' J- bEW j ... Volume l---iluml)&r 37. PRAIRIE CITY, RASZAS; THURSDAY, AUG. 26,' 1858. W .,. I PUBLISHED EVK8Y THUB8DAV AT , . ) P R'AiR IE OIT Y, 1 A N Z A S, , ;' By 8. S. PROUTY.'. , 'TERMS OF SUDSCRIPTIOX : "'One copy ono year,' " ' ' V 1 ' . ' $2 00 . (', Three copies one year, . . 6 00 .' 'Ton , ,". ," ,. ,.. .. 15 00 , - gPaym6nt required ' in all cases in nd "tudco. ,AU papers discontinued, at the " time for which payment is received. , , PERMS'' OF AD VERTISLVG: First insertion, per line, "' " 10 cts. Each subsequent insertion, per line, 5 " ("Advance payment willbe required for Advertisements from a distance, Moneys, firoporly ragistered with post masters, may be .forwarded by mail at our "tIBEETY OK DEATH." TEAIRIE CI1T.K. T., AUG. 26, 1853. Abstract o...

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. — 26 August 1858

"'1IBEB.TY OH DEATH." 4HAIR1E CITY, K. T., AUG. 26, 1858, The Liquor Traffic. A great deal of complaint has been made lately at the shocking amount of drunkenness there is ex hibited nearly every da? in nr streets. We had hoped, for the sake of preserving the good reputation of our town, to never be compelled to mention that drunkenness was ever witnessed here ; but forbearunco has long since ceased to be a, virtue, and it is now our imDorative duty, and that of every other person interested in the prosperity, honor and repnta. tion 'of Prairie City, to work in the best manner to rid our community of the evil that wises this deplorable 6tate of things. Liquor-selling has been tolerated altogether too long. Uupwards of eighteen months ago the Prairie City Association, with a view of discour agiug the traffic ia intoxicating li quors, inserted a clause in their Con stitution prohibiting the Trustees of the town from making out' deeds for lots on which liquor had been sold, which was d...

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. — 26 August 1858

At ii 1 I if 3 J&tliwtio , Telegraph, ia Operation I . Dispatcher betweea President Buchanan and QaeenViotoria, . : i'l !'.'; 1 Qflie Atflantictelegraph is now' in afUucccasful operition, and despatches re -being ''constantly transported 'Over the wires, the first , of which rere between the Queen and the Pres- tr'ldeat, which' we give below ; ; ' : '! THB UBGN'b MB88AGE. Valentia, via Trinity Bay. To the HonorabCt the President of the ' United States. , Her AUjesty desires to congratulate the President iupon the BiiuoeoBHl'ul completion of this great internation al worki la which the Queen nas ta ken the deepest interest. The Queen is convinced that the President will . join in forveatly hoping that the Elec tric Cable,' wUiuh has connected Great Britain with the United States, will prove an additional link between the uations whose friendship is foun- ' ded upon their common interests and reciprocal esteem, . , . , The Queen has much pleasure in thus communicating with the Pre...

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. — 26 August 1858

t i1 1 i V 'Ul - Why They Don't Marry.1 1 An exchange Rpor In th Middle Btatecj speculating en tlifs subject, remarks ! . . , It has been oWmd that 0:cro are mora nnmarriel turn ,&nd. women in this ago than any that. the history of tlw past has given. any account of. ; lu other words, the tendency of celiba cy wa never frrtater than at present, Undoubtedly tlw observation w a ti'uo one, and. it u calculated to give riao to serious reflections as to the causes ' which have combined to produce this : unnatural tud unhappy state of things. It cannot be ascribed to the young men, for wo answer for it, they in cline as ardently toward the tender eex as their fathers did before thorn ; nor to a want of sensibility and ap preciation on tho part of the young women, tor now, as it ever has been, marriage is the alpha and omega of their thoughts, the nrst and the last. It occupies -their waking hours and tills up the measure ot their dreams. It hath been so from the beginning, and will be...

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 September 1858

83 i Yolumo 1 Number 38. PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, THURSDAY, SEP. 2, 1858; Terms $2 Per Annum. " '. : '! L , I if 1 1 1. t: 6 'I , Inf.. V. IB PUBLISHED EVEItY THURSDAY AT 'PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, By S. S. PROUTY. 'TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Oiib conv ono vcur. $2 00 Three copies one year, 5 00 leu 15 00 'Payment required m all canes in ud 'vanco. All papers discontinued at tlio -time for which payment is received. TERMS OF AD VERTISLW : 'First insertion, per lino, - 10 cts. Each subsequent insertion, per lino, 5 " ICT Advance payment will be required for Advertisements from a distance. Moneys, properly registered with post masters, may bo forwarded by mail at our risk. "LIBERTY OR DEATH." PRAIRIE "ciTY71iCrT.7s"EP2rr8.,e. ' Future of Kanzas Position of the Free-State Party. It is with great satisfaction we : give place to the- following correspon dence. The wido reputation of Judge 'Conway, his candor and sagacity, will elicit for his views profound con sideration. Let np one pause until li...

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 September 1858

r,- --r.1' 'HI- J . TT-: -- 1 LIBERTY'Oa DEATH.' PRAIRIE CITY, K. T SEP. 2, IMP, Prairie City Bepublican Club. THE next niBctinpf of the Club will bo llUl fat the M.'K Church 6a Saturday evening, 11th inst., at oarly caudle light, nuu win OB auarcFKcii ny , HON'. MARCUS J. PARROTT,, . " I JUDGE AS. H.' B I? ANSOOM R. ' 'oroe andhcar those eloquent advocates of FtoedoM. A good time may bo expected. T,ho Ilrtf'u-io City ,0100 Club are expected to to ready to enliven' tlio occanion with ap propriate sougs and glees'. Everybody is inviwa lo-iuwnu.. WM. GRAHAM, Pru't, Jno. R, Wjniox, $cc'y. Sickness in the South A Few Hints. The Osawatomie craWoflast Sat urday speaks rather discouragingly oftho health of the country about Osawatomio. Owing to 'sicknoss of the entire Herald craft, the paper has been compelled, to tcmpornrialy bus pe.nd, concerning which the Jlenald says; , , " Owing to the prostration of the Kditor, and family sickness, there will be no papor issued next week, nor until l...

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 September 1858

i Aitm i i ill JV i.t I ' Camp-Meeting. A Methodist camp-mooting is now 'Jboing held near tha Duiker University, t Baldwin, 'distant 1J miles from iPrairw City. We leavft that the at tendance is considerably larger than it was at the last year's meeting, $ held near here, and that they are en jfjoying to use thoir expression " a most heavenly season." Lawrence will be largely "represented at this ' meeting next Sabbath. Nearly every v traveling conveyance in the town has i been engaged by people intending to visit the campmeeting. The Club. .'A rich tims is anticipated at the i next meeting of the Prairie City Ro i publican Club. Hon. M. J. Pahkott, our delegate to Congress, and Judge iBransoomb, of Lawrenco, will bo here and favor us with addresses. Lot .there baa larga attendance at this i meeting, and give " Mark" a rousing reception. The Prairie City Glee i Club will probably bo ready to give us soma music. Cram tho Church full.' That Bridge 1 The bridge across East Ottawa Creek...

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 September 1858

Gold and Pearls in Kanzis. Nnraerous companies aro being farmed in tha Territory lor I'iko's Peak, tlio gold ro&iou of Ivanas. We understand tiun a letter received by a guntlomau or Liuvroiici) l'rom a . sou at thfl mountains represents tlio prospocts very favorably. Diggers uro obtaining from $50 to $(JU per day, and pieces of gold bavo boon found, varying from $50 to 250 in value, lndiuns of various tribes on tho annual buffalo hunt, hav.o forsa ken thoir chao and "gone West" iii search, of gold. Fiirtliernioroyit is stated to us on tlio most reliable nutiiorily, that in tlio Whito river, a tributary of tha Kansas river, pearls liavo been found, the largest of which aro about tlio size of peas. Some of them) have boon sont East for the pur jioso of ascertaining thoir value. Meantime eager parties continuo the exploration of tho stream. It is possible that tho people of Ivnn.as are to be richly rewarded lor all their struggles and hardships, in having an Eldorado in tlmir own T...

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 September 1858

f It Volume 1-Number 39. "PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, ffiURSDAY, SEP. 9, 1&58. Terms---$2 Pel Annum. i if I if 9 it' "I i. i f T 1 j IS PUBLISHED EVEftY THURSDAY AT -PRAIRIE OITY, KAN Z AS, By 8. S. PROUXY. ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One copy one year, . . $3 00 Three copies one year, . . 5 00 Ten ' " " . I5 0 ' Payraent required In all cases in ad wance. All papers discontinued at the f time for which payment is received. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: First insortion, ,por line, - 10 cts. i Each subsequent insertion, per line, 5 " D Advance payment will be required for Advertisements from a distance. Monoys, properly registered with post ' masters, may be forwarded by mail at our risk. "LIBERTY OR DEATH." PRAIRIE CITY", K. T SEP. 9, 1858. , A Letter from an Old Citizen. Perrysviixe, Ind., ) Aug. 23, 1858. S. S. Prouty Dear Sir : I now find myself amidst scones and friends familiar in days of old. We arrived here Aug. 22ud, after a journey of seventeen days, and over 500 miles travel, without ...

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 September 1858

ir LIBERTY OB DfeATH." TRAIRIE CITY, K. T SEP. 9, 1858. , Praino City Eepublicaa Club. THE next meeting of tho Club will bo Ii14 at the t. Ji. Qhtirch on Saturday cvditiii'ff, lllh ist., at oarly candle light, and will be udilrcHCd by . HON. MARCU3 J. PARROTT, . , , JUDGE CIIA.S. H.,DRANSCOMB.. . Oomo and hear those eloquent advocates of Vroediml. A eood time may be enpected. Th Prairie City Glee Club arc expected to bo'ready to enliven the occusion with ap propriate sougs and glees. Everybody is invited to attend. , WM. GRAHAM, Prct't.' " Jno. R. Wixtox, Sf-c'y, ! 'County Seat Question, '''We have,1 as yet; heard nothing iLid on tho subject ot permanently locating the Cpnnty Reats of tjie ya rious counties,- by the votes of the people, at the coming Octobor election. Wo fear the people are not apprised pif.tho fact that this is to be made an issuo this fall. Tbcy should bo pos tod on this matter. According to tho provisions of an net passed by the last.Legislaturc, and approved Feb...

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 September 1858

i Sabflirlie Telejrapli to Cuba. The N. Y. ' Journal of Commerce 'taima that the Company, which Was 'tforraed last year for the pUrp6se ofei- aj.abliaking telegraphic communication v Btvtfeen. the island of Cuba and the -American continent, have completed their preliminary arrangements, and are resolved to commence the work iitrl mediately, This will bo a valua ble addition to our comprehensive system of telegraphs, and one that -ought to be supplied, now that tho 'Submarine Telegraph has been suc 'cessfuly laid. Among tho managers -of this company are some wealthy and enterprising citizens of Havana and New York. .Republicanism in Southern Kanzas. We have lately received a letter 'ft om a distinguished Free State man in tho Southern portion of the Ter--ritoty, in which he says ; "I am glad to see that you hive organized a Republican Club, This, I think, shout . 1 bo done in every lo cality in Kanzas, and then we ought ;to oigaaize a State or Territorial -Club, at some central point...

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 September 1858

ladies. H One of tlio greatest social evils of tins age is admit ted to be the reluct arico of our yuunjrnien to early mar riges. Tlicy won't marry , now, we are told, as they used tto d, nndo,ught to do, on JtoUU ,a year. ;Lepend up on it, in many ,and many a sase it is notitho odd Jmndred or two that is wanting it's the attraction. We have lost that joyous and familiar in tercourse between neighbors' fami lies, where young peoplo's individu alities had space and opportunity to develop themselves, and heart meet heart. Our modish Cupid. has over strung his bow his arrows, don, t hit home. Young ladies hide away the key of their Jiearts so . carefully that nobody, wnks it worth .looking for. Who is to choose the one ' out of hevy of propor behaved damsels like a a row ot hollyhocks, differing only in hight, shapa and color? They all .look alike, dress alike, talk alike, walk alike. ftnd for anything that ap .pears to ;the contrary, thinlalike and feel alike. Why, Buch a choice is an...

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 September 1858

41. '--'t fn) I 4 If 3 Volume 1-Ntimbcr 40. PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS THURSDAY, SEP. 16, 1858. Terms $2 Per Annum , i , , .-r'icuruJ-."1 7" t " 1' 4. ft fvik i; J' t I I- Li ;'tf 3ty if reel's i It HJBLMUEB IT"' TUUftSDAY AT frRAlllIE CITY, KANZAS, By S. S. PROUrt 'TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One copy one year, . . $jJ 00 Three copies one year, . ) qien f " " , 15 1)1) '.Payment rcqnlred l all cases in ad Vance. AH paper discoHtiuued at the time for Which paylkout is received. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: 'Fir insertion, per line, 10 cts. Cuch subnequoiit insertion, per line, 5 " iLTAdvaiiee payment will be required for Advertisements from a distance. -Money, propjrly r.-gwtored with post mailers, may be forwarded by mail ni our rUlc ' . Xaazis-its ITogresi and rospeots Bat four years have lapsed since 'thb living stream of emigration cross ed the turbid Missouri, and begun, to spread over tha green prairies ot Kan sas. While a great ch ingo has taken place in the condition ol the country, by the t...

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 September 1858

" LIBERTY OH DEATH." 1'RAIItIE CITY,K. T SEP. 16, 1651 tW No paper will Hio issued next week, and possibly none riming tho week following. Tho publisher id compelled to bo absent on business connected with the office. reappointment. Owing to somo unknown cause the Prairie City Republican Club failed to hear Hon. M. .J. Parrot and Judge Brakscomu, who ha I been an nounced to address them on last Sat urday evening. This was a grevious disappointment to the iiuny people who had assomblod especially to hoar ami greet Mr. Parrot?, and we have been aiixiously waiting to receive u lino expluning the cause of his ab- enc9 that evjuiuj, but we hire' not heard' from hiiri yet. Prior to the announcement mado by us of Mr. Pap.rott's coming to Prairie City, we wore assured by him at Lavreuee that ho would coino here at tho desig nated time, "roads and Providence permitting," and furthermore, to mora surely convince us that we might not be disappointed, he stated tin t he had nover yet failed to ...

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 September 1858

A "Qoi Bless the Women!". We are indebted to Miss Cornelia GiliwaD for a large market basket full of garden vegetable which she bought t bur oilier and present"d to us. Livlica who ai'e bo consider ate about tUo coalition, of tlio poor jrpriuters, never fail of' obtaining good husbands! 1 In tftis connootion we would 6tate that we are' under obligation to the indie ci Prairie City, for various courtesies wuicli they have extended to us troui timd to time, and their fa vors have relieved us from embar rassment ou several dilfyront occa sions, It was thorn who erected the tent in which the Ckamjtion lirst. ap peared, aud their encouraiug words and. sympathetic emotions tuve buoy ed us up in many a desponding hour. Hud the men of Prairie City been as interested 0U1' cuuso as the wo men, tne Champion would now be .fluurismng tiiuiy. , " Groi bless the Women 1" . Tarn in the Jtaad. The portion of tlu Lawrence road tunuiDif over Mr. Uavoiss'b farm lias beoii oaangdd, and nov rum east of 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. — 16 September 1858

r 1 Xairas i3 Free." ' j tVittn an rtadlnj the o(Ji,nal Prolkfatiori dsclariiif the IS um C limitation rtjtcUil by the P to pit at tit late Eleetimi. - Thauk God t our long night of Kgony's ptUt, ' And radiant Liberty dawns at iaU, While naisU that gloomily draped her form, All fldctly are fading in sunlight wariri , (Speedily falls tho shroud A. dark and ldathsoide cloud Laden with wuils and groans from" sunlit west, That dimly on Lor august form did rest Like a battle-robe wet anrl purple stoiu'd, And dripping red with blood ol Freemen ' slain. Hark! at the glad bhoutsin harmony Wol ling, Up from a thousand grateful heart welling, Ivanzas is FuSiI over the pluiiu her hymn Of thanksgiving thro' wida realms vurt and aim, With aglow of lory Crowns Earth ol d and hoary With newer beauty more glorious youth, Till over it ringing thut holy truth, Wing its flight thro' far worlds whore man's unknown, Around ! Upward I till it swells round God's throne. aro'er ih'sea and wide thro' the gr...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
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