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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 25 February 1858

JK .... ' . LI .J- Trv.- X"H2?W' ! ' ' ' 1 , ..VtkflKt iW'V ..... .... "..st r.a iA w iss a'. jmiii Tolume 1 Number 1G. PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, FEB. 25, 1858. Terms---$2 Per Annum, , '.I'll . . I, " t. " ' .'"'"' '"' 7"".'"'". . :ni.Mi 1 ft.' -s' vs.-, iit.i;. v.i v ',;-',,' f. H. r ri II. F: L,.:OT-:-m::i2!S r!V. V ... n .i 1 -iii....f . ;i .!; -'Vi i V '1 1 IS PUBLIBHKD EVERY TUUB8DAY AT PRAIRIE OITY, KANZA8, By PROUTY & WILLETT. i.raowr o. r. willett, TERMS, OF SUBSCRIPTION: i Hni finnirmwtviMiH 40 00 'Throe copies ono yuftr, , . 5 00 Ten , . 15 00 Fayment required in all cases in ftd , 'Vance. All pupora diHeontinuud at the time for which payment is received. TERMS OF AD VERTISLVG: First inHcrtion, per linn, , 10 eta. .... .. Each gubnequent insertion, per line, ft " CTAdvanoe payment will be required for Advertisements from a distance Moneys, propurly registered with pont I musters, may be forwarded by mail at our risk. 1 WW politics &e. ' To the People of Kanzas, Tho pub...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 25 February 1858

"r LIBERTY OH DEATH.' P1UIRIE CITY, K, T., FEB. 25, 1858. Election for Delegates to the Consti tutional Convention. -The True ;IsBne. Oligarchy ts. the People. On tlte soooud Tuesday in March, 'tlio people of Kanzas aro to eleolone hundred delegates to frame a State Oonstitution. ' There is an issue in volved in this election that perhaps many people, do not comprehend. Iho old issue between the Free State and Pro-Slavery partios is now among the things that were. The question of Slavery will hardly be considered at this election, for it is well known that it would be a matter of imposi- bility to elect even a J' corporal's guard" of pro-slavery men delegates to this convention. .. The people of Kanzus are unconcerned onithis score. ' It is supposed by many that the only existing issue between the poo' jde of (he Torritory at the present time as that of Democracy vs. lis ;publieanifim. They are mistaken. To somo extent this question will bo grossed at the ensuing election, and unles...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 25 February 1858

V I! .'.4 ; V fi r .1 1 V WiL'L'jlUJ-1!.!1"" "'-.'-1--"1'!.. . 1 ' . , A Voice from Palmyra. .'. ; ; ' ' ' 'For tho Jroemen'a Champion. J 1 i. Ma, Editor; I umJorBtand that 0 Mo graceless scamp is circulating th rdport, and finding ninnies to be Jiovo that tho College; buildings of tho ' ' Baker University" ' are to be loca ted and built on the Minneola prait'io, ironically callod tha Capital." , ; For the boncGt of tho gulls, will you state that Saction 3, of the char ter for eaid College, reads as follows : " It shall be lawful for this association ite locate ft University to bo called "Baker University", at the town of Palmyra, or within one mile of said town. , Also to locate other Semina ries of learning in suchplacos, and of such grados as may be deemed best ifor tho cause of Education," and 'should have.boen added, common ihonesty: Thus it will le seen, that even if 'the Ministers of the Methodist Con 'forence were disposed to patronizo swindling, by putting their buildings '...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 25 February 1858

iriVLJIiUljiiSJ:! 'It Will Bad in the Eight. . V OKRLD JIA6SKY. VI i )t ! 1 1 Never despair I 0. my brother In sorow ! I know ill at' odr morning is ended uot. Yct.u , ,v,.' , , . Shall the vanquished to-day be the victims to-morrouh ' ' Qui Biftr uhall shine on when the tyrant's sun's Ret. ', v, . thou art living A lift! only cheered by the lamp of its love : Hold on! Freedom's hope to the bounden . . ones given ; Green spots in tho waste wait the worn spirit Hove : Hold on still hold on In the world's ! despite. , , . : , Nurse the faith in thy heart, keep the lamp of God bright, And, my life fur thine t' it shull end in tho Bight..,, What, tho' tho Martyrs and Prophets have perched I The-Angel of Life rolls tho stone from ., their Knives Immortal's tho love, ana tho Freedom they cherish, Their Faith triumph cry stirs the spirits . of slaves They are gone ibut a glory is left in our life, ,, , ,. Like the day-god's last kiss on tho dark ness of even Gone down on tho desolate seas ...

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 March 1858

' . ' 1 ' " ! f ' t ' r1 - -..,5S;;':rX-:a-."-.', . -y r ... 'M.. .VJ "Volume 1 Number 17. PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 4 1858. ,,, Terms $2 Per dununr. ,-. !' '...J . ,-; ,. :;i i' it,:' I' sf j j -' ' ' " "' - . MM. i ! 1 VI ? V if .fV i! M I i t if "I I 3ty ftutytffS 61j)io 18 fUBLIBHKD 1VIHT TIIUMDAY AT PRAIRIE OITY, KANZAS, B7 PROUTY & WILIETT. I-TBOUTT F.WIln. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: . One copy ouo year, . . $2 00 'Three copies one year, . . 0" 'Ten " " " 15 00 'Payment required in all cases in ad vance. All papers discontinued at . the : time for which payment is received. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: 'First insertion, per line, 10 cts. Each subseqiumynsertion, per line, ' IT Advance payment will be required for Advertisements from a distance. 'Moneys, properly registered witU post- masters, may be forwarded by mail at our risk. VOICE OF THE Xfnbribed Kanzas Press. SEXT1MEXTS OF THE MASSES. Tht People True to Freedom and Hostile to Slavery, Tyranny and Corruption in Ever...

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 March 1858

ft. jflTl'll jmIi.i A- ' ! -1 . ..... It 'A .11 f .V. ft'. if i I, f If V LIBERTY OR DEATH.' PMIRIE C1TY, K, T., MMCIU, 1858. SEE? IT, BEFORE THE PEOPLE That crery member of the Territo rial Legislature,, with, the, exception of J eight, togtW with a, few outsider, ; prominent members of the Free State arty,, formed themselves mto an as eodation and purchased the town site ,6f Minneola, which they have endcav ored to make tha capital of Kanzas. KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE ! 1 " That the "locution of this, town its over ona hundred miles from the cen tre of the sottled portion of the Ter ritory, and is accessible only with groat inconvenience by over three fourths of tho inhabitants. SEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE ! -That after the passage of the act making jifinneola the Capital,, nearly all of the subsequent enactments of the Legislature were to the effect of putting money into their own pockets, regardless of infringements upon the rights of their constituents, . KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPL...

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 March 1858

From ilia Wisconsin Free Dimosrat. .jjo'iA Northern Doughfaoe. Rev. HeafyQ,, Graliam, now of 5Jew Floren'co, Pa., but formerly of thU city, lias sent us the following article from the .Westmoreland Re publican of that place, edited by one of the race of northern sorvilos and asks us to answer it: . White Girls Knocked Off in Church. It appears that there is a surplus of female population in Now "York ''metropolis.' A society was therefore formed (it requires a societ) 'td do anything now-a-days,) by a gen tleman of cheap and diffusive benev olence, who undertook to facilitate the emigration of young girls to the Western States, and provide thorn in employment in the homes of tho farm ers of these remote regions. In tho ordinary prosecution of this enter- 5 rise, a Mr. Tracy lately arrived at ariesvillo, Wisconsin, in charge of ia, party of those indigent fomales, and the independent of that town thus nar rates what disposition was made of those white women '"A charge of ten dollars ...

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 March 1858

. , . , Our Idol. '. L V i ...... i i. - Close the dour lightly, V , I , i: ifrWU tie brew.li, ' 1 rOutf lili'ln onfrl. un ' y s U talking with death, ( ,t Qently. he woot her, She yvinhe to stuy, . . . His arras are abqut her -&-JiAl-i He bear her away! " k Music comes floating " Down from the dome ; ' Angels are chanting, 1 ' The aweot welcome homo. ,,. Come stricken weeper I 4 ' Come to the bed, ' ; Gaze on the sleeper ! :', Oar idol iidoad! i ',','!' Smooth out the ringlets, ,, , , Closo the blUe eye .t , j i, No 'wonder uch beauty , ',!, . Va claimed in the sky, ',' ', v- Gross the hands gently, O'or.tke white breast, ,,' . v 1 , So-like a child spirit ( , , ' . Strayed from the blest. . ' ', Bear her out softly, ( This idol of ours;' ' Let her grave slumbor Be 'mid the sweet flowers I .u "' Song.' ';' r 0, moonlight deep and tender, A. year and more ngone, Your mint of golden splendor, ' Round my betlirolhul shone l . 0, elm leaves dark and dewy, The very same ye bcoiu, 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. — 18 March 1858

6 Aw A x-JiijjtO ottT s3 JOy Uii "(ill 4 V t'r ivs r -cm ex V .' '4. A -."ii. " ryif&ff) 0JVjidV tilni tin. A jhi-! (.'.7 i - imii4iv r.ii n i, ii ... a. .... i x ... . , ", r,.,; ' ' L , ; : Yolume 1--Numberl8' I PUBLlSIIKt) KVEttT TIIUllSDiT AT PRAIRIE CITY, KAN Z AS, By PBOtrry & wiliett. ; . tnouTT . . . . . : - P. waur. yJlf OF SlTBSCRlPTIOJc Ono copy ouo yem, : , , , $3 00 . Three copie one yenr, , , . 5 00 , Ten ' " " . 15 00 Payraont required in all canes in ad vance. All papers dincoiitiiiuod at the lime for which payment is received. ; TERMS OF ADVERTISING; First insertion, par lluo, - ' , 10 cts. Cach subsequout insertion, per lino, 5, ", tT Advance payment will be required for Adveriiftcmenta from a dintanco. ' : Moneys, properly regmtered with post tnasters, mny be forwarded by mail at our risk. .... polities &C; ; ' - THE APPROACHING CRISIS. Have the Freemen qf Kanza$ been Fighting for Three Years in Vain ? WHICH OP THE TWO POLICIES? From the Herald of Free...

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 March 1858

' ' ,' .. . yj.V " LIBERTY OR DEATH.' PRAIRIE CITY, K, T., MARCH 13, 1853. KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE ! That ovory'merhber of the Territo rial Legislature, with the exception of tight, together with a few outriders, prominent members of the Free State party, formed themselves into an as sociation and purchased the town site of Minneola, which they have endeav ored to make the capital of Kanzas. KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE! That the location (f this town is over one hundred miles from the cen tre of tho settlod portion of the Ter ritory, and is accessible only with great inconvenience by over, three fourths of tho inhabitants. KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE ! That after tho passage of tho act making Minneola the Capital, nearly all of the subsequent enactments of the Legislature were to the effect of putting money into their own pockets, regardless of infringements upon the rights of their constituents. KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE I That tho Leavenworth and Fort Gibson R. R. Company applied 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. — 18 March 1858

IlEADIREAD!, UNPARALLELED INDUCEMENTS I PHE PRAIRIE CITY ASSOCIATION", -L fueling interested in bohalf of the Publisher of tho "Freemen's Champion," believing,' as It does, that they are deserv ing of great credit for the efforts they have exertodin publishing such n staunch, reli able and unbiassed journal of Kanzas affairs, and with a sincere desire to extend the circulation of their paper to a nearer approximation to the degree which its mer its deservo it should' reach, offer tho follow in); inducements for people to obtain clubs. Tho Association offers to the person ob taining the highest number of subscribers, One First Class Lot in Prairie City. To the person obtaining tho second highest number of subscribers, Ont Second Clan Lot in Prairie City. To the person obtaining the third highest number of subscribers, One Third Class Lot in Prairie City. These lots are 60x120, and range in pricos from $50 to $150. Decisions to be made on the first Monday in June, which decisions will...

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 March 1858

n My' Hanie, tl MtlMiiv hume as evenlm? dies. 1 AlK , A laughiaggirljihcagureysii,.' , V The sweetest star that ever shone : An angel (nil of mlrtli and grace; ''' ' With fairy feet ahd heavenly face. -And. picture facet now no mure ; 1 ' " As fancies never scorn to tire, ' But brjng mu buck to scenes of yore ; The villa green, the tiny stream, That flit before mo likela dream. And everything resplendent beams, ;j , No sorrows o er my musings roll : . Each moment with a treasure teems, , 1 And minis of gold bntranct my boul ( ' While Eden's path lies at my foet, "j' , My heart fuels Heaven at evory beat. " My smiling angel cliftibs my knee9, ' . And nought areund my gladness mars; Her sunny words gUsh fresh and free, ' And opulent as Indian stars1 ' ; 1 .Then opes her lltilelips of bliss,." , 1 And shyly wow tliti proffered kiss !' .And then I watch her earnest smile, , Al wreathed with dimple as ii grows: i With not atiacfl of earthly guile, , .While alt i i rewy radiance throws A ...

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. — 25 March 1858

.. J. W J J" . . , ; ' r. . y2v Ml V III Toiume 1 Number 19. PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1858. Termsr-$2 Per Annum. f 1 J is n V 4 .1 if .i V 1 v'l M taBLHHID IVIRT TUUB8DAT AT -PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, By PROUIY & WILLEIT. XS. B-fBOUVT O.t. WILLKTT. -TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oiio cop one year, . , $2 00 'Three copies one year, , . 5 00 'Ten " "... 15 CO tPayraent required in all caea in ad vance. All papers discontinued at tlie 1 time for which payment is received. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: , 1 First insertion, per line, - lOcts. Each subsequent insertion, per line, 6 " ' ETAdranee payment will be required for AdreriiHenients from a distance. ' Mone-yB, propurly registered with post- masters, may be forwarded by mail at our . risk. tffflzifi politics, &e. I Prom the Lyons (tf. Y.) Bapublicau.J Heiiitance to Despotism. . The beginning of tyranny should bring forth prompt and efficient re sistance. Where deRpotism seeks to lay its violent hands on the rights of individua...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 25 March 1858

EfVehie ill's Glftftipioi). PIUIR1E CITY, K, T., MARCH 25, 1858, KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE! Ttyat every mpmber-pf the Territo rial Legislature, with tho exception of eight, together 'with a few outsiders, prominent members of thelf'ree State party, formod themselves' into an as sociation and pmxliaso( the "town site of Minneola, wlvicli !!hey have endeav ored to innlca'th'o1 capital of Kanzas. Keep it before, the people ! ' That the locatio'ri cf this town is over(pne hundred miles from tho cen tra of the settled portion of tho Ter ritory, and is accessible only with groat , inconvonienco by over three fourths of tho inhabitants. KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE I That after the passage of tho act making 1 Minneola the (Capital, nearly all of the subsequent enactments of tho Legislature were to tho effect of putting moneyinto their own pockets; regardless of infringements upon the rights of thoir constituents. ' ' KEEP ;IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE ! - That the Letventvorth and Fort QilVson R. R. ...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 25 March 1858

READ!,READ! 0 , !)!''' !. . UNPARALLELED INDUCEMENTS I ' J'0 tl V V.'t 'I . mmm ' ' ' THE PRAIRIE CITY ASSOCIATION, feeling interested ia behalf of the Vublishers of flit "Freemen's' Champion," ''"believing, as it does, that they wo deserv ing of great credit for the effort they have exerted in publishing suob staunch, reli .able and unbiassed journal of Kansas affairs, and with a sinctire desire to extend the circulation of their paper to a nearer approximation to the degree which its n1er -its deserve it should reach, offer the follow ing inducements for people to obtain clubs. The Association offers to the person ob taining the highest number of subscribers, One, First , Class Lot . in Prairie City. 'To the person obtaining the second highest number of subscribers ' ' One 1 Second'1 CI at 3 Lot in Prairie Citi. "To the person obtaining tho third highest i number of subscribers, . One Third Class Lot in Prairie City. These lots are 60x120, and range in prices from $50 to $150. Dec...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 25 March 1858

..ui($irT V ! i 'it : 1- i i life ftjqse. ! TUj ..Sailed . . A pleasant suide Jo light the eve, , ' Ahd fill did heart with gladness, To ehase away the tears of grief, And hush the nigh of sadness j ' To lend the face a fairer charm, A toul of love's expressing, That must to earth divinely bring lA comfort and a bleating. - Bewitching (miles when hand In hand,' And heart in heart together, ' We roam abroad and deeply feel The ioy of wind and weather; Bewitching smileswhen purple shades Of twilight gather round us, And home, sweet home, with loving looks And tender words hare bound us. . ( Who would not brave the tear to-day, And feel the touch of sorrow, If sunny smiles of joy could gleam, 'And change the scene to morrow ; Who would not go where feebly beats ' The cause cf earthly being, If orte fond smile could faintly cheer The weary spirit fleeing T Oht smiles have power, a world of good To fling around us ever ;, Then let us wear iheir golden beams, And quench their ardor never;...

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 April 1858

, ' i w rMM Itt IS 1 lis ' 1 , , i , 1 i I,.,. i 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ii .i . . i in i ..i , ssasaaa; Yolunic 1-Xumbcr 20. PRAIRIE CITY, KAXZAS, TIIUKSDAY. APRIL 2, 1858. , . Terihs-2 Per'Annui:,. IS PUBLISHED KVERT THUBSDAY AT PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS V By PROUTY & WILIETT. i. raourr o. p. willett, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: . One copy one year, i ... $2 00 Three copies one year, , . Ten " " " . .Payment required in all 5 00 . 15 00 cases in ad vance. All papers discontinued at the time for which payment is received., ; TERMS . OF ADVERTISING: first insertion, per lino," " ' 10 cts. .Each subsequent insertion, per line. 5 IT Advance payment will be required for Advertisements trora a aisianoe. . , Moneys, propsrly registered with post masters, may be forwarded by mail at our rut. From the Quindaro Chindowaa. ' Traitors in the Camp. "Within the past week, the Free 'State men of Wyandott held a meet ing to consider a very ominous and "aigniiioant report. That , report is thisthat there are in v...

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 April 1858

jU;t" ' " M '(:': - '--i x , : j mm il V; ; i I "I; i! ft t fir. s I " LIBERTY OB, DEATH." ' fltilRlE CITY, K, T APRIL 1, 1858. Oar Prospects are Brightened. (117 ' t 1 1 i i ! Kanzas political matters looked disheartening a few weeks ago. For nearly four; years hud the people of this Territory been contending against an oligarchial government for the dear enjoyment of thir liberties, and ' those efforts had awakened for them in the bosoms of the friends of cirri and religious liberty throughout the world, their ardent sympathies. It was supposed that such people who were so nobly vindicating those prin ciples upon which our government is based would bo the quintessence of patriotism, morality and politioal honesty. , They were supposed, as a mass, to be incorruptible. Hopes of a bright future when they could be , pointed to with pride by the tiue friends of this Republio as the exem plary ornaments of free institutions, ' were entertained for them.' When the Free State party succee...

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 April 1858

READ! JIEAD! UNPARALLELED INDUCEMENTS I pHE PRAIRIE cTtY ASSOCIATION, X foaling interested in buhulf of the Publishers of the "F reeinen's Champion," believing, as ii dues, that they uro deserv 5ng of great credit Tor the effort! they have Jexerted in publishing such a staunch, reli able and unbiussed journal of Kanzus affairs, and with a sincere desire to extend . the circulation of their pnper to a nearer approximation to tho degree which it mer its deserve it should reach) offer the follow Ana inducements for people to obt tin clubs. The Association offer to the person ob taining the highest number of subscribers, One Firit Class Lot in Prairie City. To the person obtaining tho second highest (nilmber of subscribers, One Second Class Lot in Prairie City, To the person obtaining the third highest '.number of subscribers, One Third Class Lot in Prairie City, These lots are 60x130, and range in price (from $50 to $150. Decisions to be made on 4he first Monday in June, which decision...

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 April 1858

1' 'I t A ,1 A 1. 4' 5. : 3 d 1 u 1 (1 - Mariiaji, on, Small IIeani. ' A BWIIX Of H.INPKBMIASS. - . . 'cii-n j I'liM-wi;,) Mw, (i! T marry a girl on three hundred a year, WWd i ia volves jlfdenial extremely severe, When if tea time that incomu a follow en joyed, , , On hit pleasures aud wants it might all be i :: employed., r . I ;t.-.: 31 i 0C . I I mut put down by b wigham if I am to wed, AndeitAbish a cradle,of course, in its stead. I loubt give up my club and my sporting pursuit, . ( , And resort to cheap tailors, and wear fewer boots. ..;! ! i r . .! ; A wife, 'Whom n fellow has got to support, , 'la the dearest of tilings which a fellowcan liporl!;'"' ," ; ' . ' ' ' ! " ( And null dearer are children I speak in 1 the mine .'!'... "'! 'Of anion of the wold in renpectof expense. (Oh, yofl! I'm aware the cigars I consume Are io much per an n um that fl ien off i n fume, And I know that the Bum which in smoke I expand, Would suffice to procure topi and bottoms no end. ' " ' " ".; ...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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