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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 10 September 1857

!r""'" 'if"'" i 1 ' ' 1 , r .,h:,''W in ' - I J" :.'; 'VI!, ,T : 'I- PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, THURSDAY) SEPT.; 10,-1857. Terms J2 Per Annum. ! 1 fr!irlll : i-h&L fade. JMJ IS, HU a ' Jf 5UML HU JS.. r 1' ' ; if Volume1 1 Number 11. 18 PUBLISHED EVERY TUURSDAY AT PXiAIIUE U1TY, KANZAS, ; : By 3. S. PROUTY. .TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Ouo copy ono year, . . . $2 00 Throe copies one year, , .'5 00 Ten-, " ...,: , . . , J5 00 .Payment required in all cases in ad vance. All papers discontinued at the timo for which payment is received. . . TERMS OF ADVERTISING; First insertion, per line, - JO cts. Each subsequent insertion, per line, 5 " ST Advance payment will be required for Advertisement from a distance. . Moneys, properly rogistered with post roasters, may be forwarded by mail at our risk. j A Lore Story. BY MAGQ1B STEWABT. Sweet Flowers grew by the streamlet, Where first I learned to love I ' The song-birds trilled 'mong the branches, And the sun shone bright abovo: Light zephyrs play...

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 September 1857

FjrMhjeO Gillie). "LIBERTY OK DEATH."' Prairio City, Kauzas, Sept. 10, 1857. . . Temporary Suspension,. Tbti'far-famod te?t, 'erected by the gallant and gonerous ladioi of Prairie City for, our office, ha "gin eout." Wind, rain, dust and wood-worm filings are eloinents which we have had to contend with' for sorno, time past ; and now that they have galnad tho coroplote nrasitery over us, we are coropollod to '" pack np oar, duds " and suspend, the publication of our paper, until wo get removod into our new office, which is now building. Wo exceedingly regret that we are obliged to resort to such proceedings, but our patrons must remember that " this is .Kanzas," 'and consequently ruafco due allowances. Wo hope to appear again in the- course of three or four weeks. Till than, adieu ,1 To the Tree State Voters of Kauzas. The Executive Territorial Com mittoe, appointed by the lata Grass hopper .Falls Convention, learn with xtreme mortification that side issucb are being introduced into...

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 September 1857

1 W.vHiM. .,,,; r i -l d 111 Ska:- FY in 4 'V i.M ft i! I i, 7 ..a fiii f .it h Another Invasion; . . . .' . , , ' . Rev. Mr'. Stb,wap.t, ,a gentleman of i;)iteljigecce ad-veracity, who hus (Own .traveling through ' the border . uquaties of Missouri, and just return ed from a trip of considerable length j$n that direction, says thnt ho saw .,fojd ,he,Td evidence everywhere on j hi urate; conclusive to him that ; preparations are again making in ' Missouri to invade Kanzas in Octo ' ber, with the view of participating in . our Territorial elections. If this in , tho design, unless Gov. Walker takes o it, dent means to preserve the purity of the ballot-box, the people of Kunzaa will. Wo havo no throats nor bluster, but tho people of Mis souri must be taught that they have interfered in onr elections ; for tho . last time. , Unless Gov. Walker gives tho people full assurance thnt tho polls shall be fully protectod in October we hopo tin pooplo will continuo to pre pare themaolves for 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. — 10 September 1857

v,fc . Tho Young Widow. , , She is modes, but not 'bashful, Fng aud easy, but not bold ; Like an apple, ripe and mellow, Not too young and not loo old ; Half inviting, half repulsive, Now advancing, ana now shy, There is mischief iu her dimple, - There is dangur lu her eve. - v She has studied human nature-- v She is schooled iu all tho acta ' She has taken hor diploma "4 As the mistress of all hoarts ;',".,'.., ,-, She can tell the very fnomeat ..' "- ' " . . . When to sigh ana when to smile ' ; . '.0; a maid is sometimes charming; But a widow all the while. ,'; , , .Are yon sad1! how very serious ' Will her handsome face becoma ; '' Are yoii angry T she is wretched, Lonely, frendlena, tearful, dumb ;, ; " Are' you mirthful 1 how brrlaughter, ' " Silvcr-t;otindiiig. will ring but, .Sue'ciui lure and catch -and play you v ;; Au tho anglr does tho trout, urn of fortv. ' ' ' " .Who have grown so bald and wise, -' Young Americans oi twenty, With the lovii looks in your eyes : r ' You m...

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. — 28 January 1858

WWtW.uH'naMi tm to .in Yolume 1 Number 12. PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 28, 1858. Terms $2 Per Annum. ,,.. . I. ' 'ftFf ' ' ''' ' ' '" "'"''4? 1 , 1 , , ' ' ' I f . 1. M -111 V v ' Ll. V 1. 'f ? I V. : a. $1 1 9 4 i- I i '.I J IS POLISHED KVCBT TUUBSUAY AT '. PtlAIRlE CITY, KAN Z AS By PEOdlY & WILLETT. B. riOUTt 0. F WILLkTT TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One copy one year, . . $2 00 Three copies one year, . 6 00 Ten " ," " . . 15 00 .. n . . i , , I 1 "i yraeui requ.ruu, in mi cnw u nu Yauce. All Pamirs diHcoiituiuua at the 1- ---, -- . - - - lime for which payment is received. TERMS. Mr AD VERTISINd : First insertion, per line, 10 els Each subsequent insertion, per line, ft " tT Advance payment will be required fo Advertisements from a distance. Moneys, proporly recistored with post masters, niny bw forwarded by mail at our rule. MESSAGE or rnvPVTifYP fill as TCfihinSftTl TO TUC IKOIBLATVBI Or THE STATE 0 F KANZAS. Fellow Ciiiztnt of the Senate und House of Representative! : ...

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. — 28 January 1858

see" I Ul 1M i ft 2. .-u . - "LIBERTY OR DEATH." Trairi City, Kanzas, Jan, 28., 1858. In the Field, Once More. Well, here fro are before you again, kind and indulgent patrons. When we lust appeared bufore you, wo sta ted that, owing to the destruction of our printing 'tent by the wind, you would be deprived of oiir company tor a short seasonand the time we had allotted f6r the next visitone juonth has extended to three months. It in not an uufrequent occurrence that Kanzas business men and more especially Kanzas publishers- fill a trifle short in some of their calcula tions, and our experience is but, an exemplification of this fact I , How ever, H', Well that ends well ;" and wo now hope, by our 'punctual appearance in the future, and by manifesting, if possible, a more ardent y.eal and untiring devotion in advan cing the interests of our sacred cause, through diir humble columns, 16 re gain and merit your good will. Hereafter, so long as wo" are welcomed !n your society, you can s...

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. — 28 January 1858

. EauU 6f tile Late Eleition'. ' I v 5 Front the report of MK'Beo'&ck, Frasidcn't of the Council, and Mr. pziriLKn, Sfpoaker of tho Hoiiso.of lieprosefitativas,' d'f tho Territory of fcanzafton the ' result of the rote of December 21, fortKd Lefcoriipton Con stitution, on the rdshltof the election 'of Januarv 4th. unrlar kaiit f!iintitn- f tion, and on the. renult of the vote of 'January 4th on the submission of the Lecofeipton Constitution to a vote of the people, we learn that on the 21st ult., there were 6,143 votes purported to have been polled for "Constitu tion with Slavery' and 569 votes polled for Constitution with' no 'Slavery," upon which the aforemen tioned gentlemen commented as fol lows: i " More than one-half of this major ity was cast at those very sparingly settled precincts in the Territory, two of them in the Shawnee Reserve, on lands not open for settlement, viz : 'Oxford, Johflsoi'Courity, 1,266 Shawnee, " ; ' , 729 'Kichapoo, Leavenworth Co., 1,017 Total, 8....

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. — 28 January 1858

rsLW,rf. Poor Old Rusk.? Naver wa a poor President in such1 a prtSilicAnwut m that in which Mr. Himhtoinn just now finds himself. His Kchoma for thrusting the Kanzas troubles ont of the way has- gone all wrong. 'Douglas beards him in the Senate tod forces him to the wall. Jlis Kitnzaa policy must bo crowded through Congress, unless possibly at tbe expense of the annihilation of. the party that raised him to power. Mr ocret agents have failed to cause the Locorapton Constitution to : be pre pared for presentation without slavery, and instead of having effected the pa cification of Kanzas, lie finds civil war "breaking out in the territory ; while to put the climax upon the troubles in that xnarUr, his new governor, Denver, endorses the conduct of Stan ton, which caused the decapitation of that official and made way for him self. And you too, 0 Denver I. In fact, the President it about to be crushed between the upper and nether millstone in this Kanzas business. Turn to Utah, and we f...

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. — 4 February 1858

.... miOTr 'I '.Yolumcl-Xuiukr 13. inn . fif. ;i PEAIRIE CITY; KA W itllPSMT,1 ,,4,1858, Mi f I T ' fi' Pi n V m 8 .f Fire elreic 'etjhi jIoV ' lfl l'UDLlSUKD EVDBY THl'IWpAJf -n' ,7 . , i , By' .PEOUT.Y! &, WILlte.;-" -!S. ApkOOW V .'... '. .'i-AJ WltlBTT. rjsif1 OF SUBSCRIPTION v i Threw copies oue year; I t 5.00 ..T6n.riii.! . ",:";. ..! v .. 15.00- i tl,ayraent.ruq1'uired i,a 11, fifses in .d yance. 'Ail papera diBCOiitiuued at the (time for' Vliicn payment is recdlVed1. 'TERMS1 OF ADVERTISW: ' Flrat liUbrtion,' per llpa,; . .' i "" 'W'jstb, ,' Each Bub.ieqneht insertion, per line,' 'ft . f CT Advance payment willbulrequircd for Advoniuomout8 from a distance,' ' ,, ., tMoueys, properly n-gisterud witii post masters, jiiiiy bu forwarded by mail at our rids. ' "' !" Memorial. ;. .. i , To thi Honorable, tin Striate and House .r of' Representatives of the , United States, in Congress asseinbledi, The undersigned, the State officers , elected under the Lecompton Consti tution, w...

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. — 4 February 1858

site " LIBERTY; OR DEATH." Prairie City, Xanaas, Feb. 4, 1858. What WiU it Amount to! We publish on our first page a doc- imerA from what were anpposetl, at the time of its writing, to be the State officors elect under the bastard. We have no doubt, nor never have had; that these men are as honest and 'itncere ln theif convictions and as 'much devoted to the' cause of Free dom .'in Kanaas, as any other Hvhig men.,,. We know that, the gray head ,ed veteran, whom the 1 bolters hon ored by placing at their head -G. yrJ Smith, has dovoted as much "$tne, expended as , much money, la jbored with as much zeal, earnestness vend assiduity, and probably wielded as much influence for the good, as any other member of the Free State party. RowcnTS, ScHUi.En and Goodin are 'men who hare always held high and responsible positions in our party, and Mr. Mead is now a member of flte Territorial Council. If there were ! any persons who questioned the integ ity and motives of these men prior to the app...

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. — 4 February 1858

l..tiHl"T MS Art ; V n I1 Si Improvements in Prairie City. 1 , ' 'Whore shall we begin, anil ' whaf; hhall we say, in attempting to enu hiorite and describe the various im provements and alterations that1 have taken place in our town, since the last issuing of our paper prior to its tern porary suspension ? A better com mentation, exemplification, Verifica tion, and signification! on, at, about and concerning the superior excellen cies of Free institutions and tlio drive head qualities of the Kansas people, cannot be produced than a moment's glance at the progress f Prairie City. Six months ago, all that Prairie City could boast of was four insignificant log cabins ; now she numbers nearly forty good substantial buildings, with hoarly all the comforts, advantages, teteetera, of Eastern towns, of ten times its size. All this has been done solely by the industry and energy of our people for capital we have not. There are some towns in Kansas, that Lave progressed more rapidly than Pra...

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. — 4 February 1858

.XlTftJorJSometMng... - .Ljve fbfejnttinu kniti-let-li Look about thee fur employ j , Bit not down to listless drowning ' r Labor, and. vhe tweets enjoy V ' Folded hands are vry Weary, Setflah hearts are never ny , - i ( u L(fe for thee hath, many'duties 1 ' I Active be, then, while you nmy. ' carter bleiajngs m thy' pathway j ' Ueutio words ahdcaeerinir snnles Better are than tfuld w silver, , . . . . m With thir -rnnf.iliHrMillihiy wilai. theVleuHm(t sunshine falleth .n-vEwon the" grateful earth, : So Jet sympathy aud kindness ' Gjladdou well tin darkened earth. Hearts Uiw lira oppressed and weary; 'Drop the fear of sympathy, ' Vhisper jwlMs wf hope add comforti 1 Give, an! thy reward shall be Joy .uiitu thy soul returning , t , , c- v FrH this perfect fountain head i ' ! Frply,4 thou freely gireH);, ,, ,. ., "1 " Shall the grateful light bo shed. ,' , ut id' Sweet Remembraace. , remember, Jt remember,; 1. 1 When wuu( hooking peaches, -. llow a dog.came up and caught me '.'.'' fiy...

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. — 11 February 1858

. . i ... ... ! rv 1 X I v ,'1 Tolume 1 Number 14. PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 1858. Terms-$2 Per .Annum" :. ' r.'zz-.Am. 1 . - . .... TSfe. , ....... 4 .1 V. t ft IS PUBLISHED EVKRT TIIU08DAT AT -PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, By PBOUTY & WILLETT. ' I. PttOUTT O.t. WILLETT. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One copy one year, . . $2 00 Three copies one year, . , 5 00 Ten " " " 15 00 ' tPayraent required in all coses in ad , vanco. All papers discontinued at the time for which payment is recoivod. TERMS OF ' ADVERTISING Vrnt miwrtinn. Der line. - ' 10 ets. Punk unKanrt limit inanrtinn. Tier lino, ft " .1 H .J V- J " ........ . I ' CT Advance payment will be required for . . . .1 a Adveriipemonw irom a amiauce. nrv rniristered with DOSt- "V' r'wi j --n .. masters, may be forwardod by mail at our riHiLt From the Missouri Democrat Progress of the Pree labor Cause. It is certainly cheering to notice the expansivo force of a sound prin ciple, and eee the conquests which it makes on every s...

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. — 11 February 1858

- - Prairie City, Kanzas, Feb. 11, 1853, Xhxit from the leading Organ, of the i Spoils Party. " .,' fljjinjiL T):K:-'ini! Tho Topeka Constitution will never bo t'l jt'iiJamoiital law of this Ter ritory, ljys; rattingjAufr.o,, as stalo us tho Locompton Constitution. If cor indeading flnion ,.in Kanzas 4p not cease their cjlorts in forcing that, in hlrameM on1 the people." w'o will pub lish ccrr af n facta in! regard id this man ner! the Delegates' .were elected from yn ,4?tict ,in the Territory, by which cerijiivearefljWifro, engrafted upon that instrument, which' are obnoxious to every genuine anti-slavery man in the1 TiA;rit6Vi ' We are' prepared with ifomWfftciai doenrnefits, and can piJo ctre affidavits whn the proper' time MMo, vhifch',Will'rhakesome men Btand fromuhder;: ;The less we hear ..ab'lmt'Ttrpeka, the better if will be for these" men. Herald of Freedom. ' j.jv'iye would jike'to know' what motives prpmpt Mr .Brown in .ma king ench insinuating flings against an" instrume...

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. — 11 February 1858

JSntltlti-.'anl AH. tn pmM. far: .the regulation of the running at large of "Be it enacted, ly the Governor and Xe'iihtive Assembly of the Territory if- tr.ml t fellow: i f irrt2i. J a follow Sea. 1 Tliat all porsonsi rosiding ia. tho Territory jof Kanzas, and own ing sivftiO ?n Haid TdrriiOiy, I'rbni ami .aftor tho 1st day of April, A. D. 1858, .shall koep, sud swino iVoiu,yuiuing at largo oii tli3 commons in said Ter ritory. ' . " - ' 1 , Seo.,2.M If any swind shall be suf fered to rim at largl) upon the corn mom in said Territory,' and shall trespass upon the land of any person or porsdnB, the owner ofsuoh swine . shalVibo' liable ..for all damages, the owner of such land may sustain by reason of such trespass. : "Sjo. 8."' Such damages shall here covqrble 'in a civil action before any Justice pf , ho Peaco of the proper township. i Sec. 4. 'If any swine shall be : found running at large upon the com mons in 'said Territory, ' after tho first day of Aprils AD. 1853, it shall be l...

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. — 11 February 1858

3 t Matrimony Ua nut . For rvory man's digestion When the shell it fairly crocked, Pup! gees the qiiritfon. '' pretty girls will sigh ami blush simper an moy can, sir ' Till from out tlmir pouiiug lipr, 1 Pop 1 goes the answer. Cupid funs the holy flame :! Rankest kiud of arson--!. 1 When it gain a certain height, " 1 Pep 1 goes tho parson. Quite throughout the honeymoon Mudu of rosy colors Into sundry dry good tills, Pop t goes the dollars. , When a year has shown Its tail Round the corner, (may bo) Out upon the happy world, -Pop! goes a baby. Mother gives it catnip tea ; Father gives it brandy, And down its gastric tubo, 1 Pop I goes the candy. All the sweets that earth can yield ' Will not suffice to claim it; Daddy screws his Hps and then, Pbplgoesa"D nit?" ... Madam lets her husband swear : i She must be the whipper ! t And, abeve the youngster's heals, . Pop I goes a slipper. Bachelor who lives next door, Stands it for a season : '.' But, before the year is out, Pop 1 goes his...

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. — 18 February 1858

v.-. . (ft 1 FRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, THURSDAY,' FEB: 18, ;185?.; ; TermsS2 : Per Atmiiin. 1 "i m i1. i r '.? J .Ion. .l-.l) ,1 !. V I:;!.,! jimlmemiiii' in iii miuMr'mmmHmMnmuimimim iiwiMrawiwiwigijiiMi ".VSCTr- r.-. ..--.-.r r - IK, I I' K1; ruMVi!-..' i ffi. ,Uv:l n (i .'t i: if 1 Kl ' it" ' ' '::'. ; t ; U. !.. r Vm On I 'il .M . -.; 'i. . : I 'feifcCSlNk 'K:.i: , 'V. t '.-'..ih .VI v I J--, 'il . 'I Jl HI.1i,.,,..:f,;,;i..' I' , . W I . . . ' ' ii i ' i ' 1 i " ' ' ' 1 j , . . il ! J 71 if it i'V .I'M ' i ' n . ! .MlBi.Ili;I: KVJfBT, TiVrtwiAi AT ! , : , iPRAlRIE C LX,y ,K AN Z A S, By PEOUTY &, WXLUETT.., ,,, .8. i0UTY r ,r;M M v-. P- wawfi- .TEAMS OF SUBSCRIPTION- One copy one your, . s i! $3 OQ ' Three copius one year, . . 6 'Ten '' " " " payment required in all cases in del vance. All papers discontinued at the timifor which payment iH recoiVud. !.. ' TERMS OF ADVERTISING: Firiii insertion, por line,' v 10 tU, Each subsequent insertion, per line,,, ft y tTAdvanco payment w...

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. — 18 February 1858

- .W.Hh,..,.', , ,. : it..r. - ' ..Hi 4-. v 1 V.: ' v k t k 1 Tf ii' '. It; K i JU ''LIBEBTY OB DEATH." PRAIRIE CITY, K, T., FEB. 18, 1858. The Great Principle. (What heart possessing one spark of patriotism, will not thrill with pleasure upon perusing the spoech of Gen. Lang, recently delivered at Law rence in reply to Buchanan's Lacornp ton Message? Tho lentiments there expressed will meet with a hearty re sponse in the bosom of every devoted adherent to the Free State causo. The speech is a complete quintessence of the heart and soul of Lank, embracing, os it does, all of his spirit, fire, ener gy, earnestness and sincerity. The hearts of the people of Kanzas beat in Unison with Gen. Lane's. Tho dema gogues, office seekers, spdils-grabbers and mock lenders, will hare ample evidence of this fact; Updtl the p ag nate of the Locomptdn bastard, let Gen. Lang muster his forces to resist its enforcement, and six thousand froomen, firmly resolved on "Liberty Or Death 1" will rally at on...

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. — 18 February 1858

J (....U'l-i.-. C .,-.,;uS tJiyii.nJs.Hir'tii'nlWrtll'ii 'r -dWIwrt, ir rfi,.jv. V-1 : '5 'M 01- i ii Our friend G. W. E. GnirrrmJ lisiwVeriAltteds W giVS pub licity td Jrla ffjltowidg letters just re "fcivdi ity, Vint jfrphl dufltyritood Hop ' oiontative in Congress and the Hon. tfqif x,i G 'Davis, of Indiana Mr. luVis is' an old-line Domocrat, and 'Vras elected to Congress, we believe, oii 1 ttU Dnchanan ticket; ' We take 'pleasure in laying them before the .publiI; 1 ' I ' ' . A ,1.)WAfiH,NOTON, Jan. 80. 1858. Mr. . O.i V. E. Griffith Dear ''Sir : Your favor of the 11th has jitst been received. I am greatly rejoiced 'to fin4 the people so firm in their da 'termination to fight the Locompton ' QQiistitiitiori and any power wmdi shall dare to uphold it, to the bitter 'tnj. i You may be sure that I will faithfully reflect their wishes in my . place here. ,Ve expect that Consti tution, bfl sent in on Monday, with ' special in'cssage from the President, Urging' its .acceptance. It is ...

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. — 18 February 1858

hi.l,l L' 'Hl iH..iiMIII''L 4 " - .. , - mn- r I 1 V .J TTT Woman 4 : 4 WliVhtTnvbiiAA Kdrin's boWer M"i breathed th rurnal air. Soft frntinnuce blessed each, flower fclYYhicu bbUltli In beauty Tlhore-i ( . Tms green earth smiled In glndnosi, V While dkttaed' the nun on high ; ' And ur.a, cloud of eudiiess , Obscur'diho bsauteouasky,, ' ' fthesta'mle.t Sparkled brightly V :' The smiling mead along: The birdsof air woke lightly " '"' 1 "' Theiii ewcet and varied song Tho zephyr kissed each blossom, Which graced the vernal grovo , And o'er eofc nature's bosom. .Bright heaven smiled in Ioto. , , i i. .i t i , ; :i ! Man, man wrs joyless only, ( ,,Wbcu all in joy was srossed; , , , , . x ,Bia soul was dark. and, lonely, When Earth and Heaven were biassed jTill fi(fn 1080 in beauty .,' t. , He'n blessings to impart : r ", ' , J pchcer his path of duty t And slfare with him hor heart ! ' 8ji camb In youthful gladness " ' Fresh as the almond bough, To chitso the cloud of sadness '. Which v...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
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