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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 8 April 1858

d fl I, in I. ' " in. nwwi Iii m .'fc i iafiianlnNiiTiiiimiiiiiiriiin main art? immmm::mms f 1 '; I' I.I' v I M l MM '(J ' ' ' ' 1 ! 1 t 4 ) 7- SmT f i ' 1 l f , I : 1 i f i , , ' . 1 ; I ' '-v.. . m m :! wf -1 f 111: 1 to l Jul T I ft ;JT, 1 . 1 1 1 FUBUSUKD,'VUV TUU1UOAY AT , j P Jilfi i$ ,0 1 f ,.t N 25 f s, ' By PEOUIY - & ' WILIETT. ; . tnOUTT .,. .1. m'. ...... . .. 0. P. WfLLSTf ' TERMS , OF S UBSGRIPTIOX: . 'Ouecopy oiwyenf, i t j 00 , Three copie one year, , 5 00 ' . ' Ten , ,." .:, M. ", ' "15 (1(1, ' inpayment reqiCireJ in all caicd in ad : vance. 4 All 'paper (liucontimiud at the time for which paymont ii rcooived. 1.1 TERMS ' OF ADVERTISING i flritt'iBertion,'por.liiift 10 ct.' ! i Eaqh'Hubieqneilt lnwrtioa, pqr linoti 3y 1 Ifdraqoe payment will be required for ', AdvecdsomenU roai a didtanco. ' Morteys. prbpjrly f.-gi-itdred Vithi po't matter, may bu forwarded by mall at our risk. " For the Freeman Champion. ; j. i"' A Card. , .;. 1 1 To the People of Douglas Count...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 8 April 1858

"IT,"' .'-.ISL.VW-.. LIBERTY OR DEATH." PRAIRIE CITY, K, T., APRIL 8, 1658. ... "Up Stump J!' Oh, hum 1 no paper 1 Well, we 4 have tried most deucedly hard to ob tain some in the Territory, but our effort have been unavailing. You iieo for the past three or four weeks we have been working an edition of , nearly double our usual one, which has drawn on our stock of paper more 1 tftrionsly than we had anticipated, ' tind now wo aro left " high and dry." fc! ill a Champion has got to stop tin .. til, a supply can roach us from St. Louis. Goodbye! A short absence of two or throe weeks will make us the moro warmly wolcoraad when we meet you again 1 Rump te dump te doddy, 0! look Out for the Old Cooa t T .1 i . .1 uy me statement at last wrung from John Oui lie-box Calhoun, pub lishod in the Star of March 19th, it appears that the world has his prom to issue certificates of election, without counting the spurious votes of Delaware Agency. He meets the exigency with great agony, as it will...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 8 April 1858

I - . .n.r.,t""'46 1( "v ( , , , ,jj Ji J-Ouli.,i iH.hl il.yi.iitif'Wy "rf tflH ' Wli f iift i.H3 I iVfl-i i lur MJ ' j 1 '"i ' i 'N 1'Vl'r"t-ll-- t,-,- '-''"'"-V "f"- ifl-l..imiH".Mt i.t'W-' f-'n- i i W"t-t" .i,j-iiji-MlMin ' "" V V. -I H'' si, li ' 9 A V r '4 HonniD Mummcrs. -Reliable re ports from the Little Osoge have been received, to the effect that two Free State men were brutnlly nwr downi4 by tlio ruffians near Fort Scott, on the 27th of March. One old man by the name of Denton, formerly of Missouri, wait called out about 10 o'clock at night by two nieu in sol diorn' clothes, to inquire the road, aud 'was hhot dead. At another dace they called on a Mr. Davin( who wait in bed with bin family, aud would not get up. The ruffians shot through the window, and wounded him in the hand. At another place they called out a .Mr. Hendricks, who was up waiting on a Kick wile. lie got back to bin led, exclaimed "lam hhot!" fell across hit) wile, and expiied. Only two men went to the hous...

Publication Title: Freeman's Champion
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Freeman's champion. — 8 April 1858

1 r i V Hi I sirs?: 'JVJIXUUJIM - F K ' Tho Dying; Wife. .Tin' i poll i: lily bo: llYl, -(t mo fetd Iit sweet warm breath ; 3B For a strange chill n'r me prices; , iHXi lAAdrkftowiliUt itis .Utl).' -i ' 1 1 would g nr.a upon the treasure ! Scarcely' given ere 1 go ; , " k i iyv Fetl her rosy dimpled fingors, Waudcr o or my cheek of snow. iJi'I2J'm passing through the wafers, i , Hut a bles sed there appears : ' Kneel beside mo, husband dearest, ; ''' Let m kiw nway thy tear.. Wrestle with thy grief, my husband ; Strive from midnight until day j It may Icavn nn intern blessing , . ., , , When it vanisholh away. 1 i t i . t . i- .... Lav the gem upon my bosom, tWti, . 1 lit. n ,,, kii I . ( Reel how Jo my heart she no"tlos' . 'Tjs tho pearl I lovo to wear, i, ' 'irin after yeari. bosido tlice, Sits fii.ihei in my chair ; "!.... 'Tboucli her voicobs sweoter music, T u'j, , ..Aud her face than mine more fair, , ' -i i 1 ' " Tf n cherub call thee 'f Father!'; . 1 " t'ar mora beautiful th...

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. — 13 May 1858

(. total -: -.,.- " , ' ' M ' -r f. ' -j, i ' ... ,1 .. j ' ' " " :" " - - - " ,..r ; k .. . . , .. : - . ' : , . -' , - --.Yr , Y- ! V . ..... ... '. . , , ; VV ' ' ' ' ' S . . ....-,. , v, 1 ' ' ' W ' ' , - f . '' - . .in ii" . "' n wmiBiim-' " ' ' ' ' . .. -.U.,Jn,u.lJLv.M J J A , " -' '.v.. v.'; ''-Pg ' : '--''..-,rT 3;ff! 'I i 1 1 1 b It 1 Tolume lEumber 22. 'It FUBLlBHgD BTZET TUB WD AT AT , P It A I R IE 0 I T Y, K A N Z A 8; - By PfiOUIY- & WltLETT. '"I. .IPBOIIW O.'P. WILLITT. TERMS. OF SUBSCRIPTION; One copy .one year, , ,, $2 00 Three copies one year, ' t . 5 00 Ten", " . " , . . 15 00 'Pyment required in all cases in nd vTance. All papers diRContinued at 'tiie 'time for which payment is received. . TERMS OF AD VERTISINO : Tirst insertion, per line, ' - . . 10 cts. ' Each subsequent Insertion, per line," 5 " CTAdvance payment wilfbe required for Advertisements from a distance. '(Moneysproperly registered with post- masters, -may ; bo forwarded by mail ,t our . risk. m...

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. — 13 May 1858

aV 1 I I --d.,(w J.,vv"(v'( p v,iH' If 1 , t . "' 'i' V 'MBERTY OR DEATH." jpAjfFc7rr, r., 13, isss. PREB-STATE state ticket: ' I frOtt GOVERNOR, IIEtfltY.J. ADAMS, Of Lea? en worth. rdH mxute&ant ovkbxor, CYfiUS K. HOLLIDAY, Of Topeka. S$. of State . E. P. BANCROFT, Emporia. Treasurer . . J. B. WHEELER, j)oniphan. Auditor . . . .G.S.HlLLYER.Grauiihopper Jitt'ney Gen . 0. A.. FOSTER, Osawatoniie. Superintendent of Public Instruction, J. M. WALDEN, Quindaro. Commissioner of School Fund, J. W.ROBINSON, Manh'n. Supreme Judges, W.A.PHILLIPS,Lawrence. TWO TIAES. LORENZO DOW, Allen Co., FOUR YKAAS. Wh.M'KAY, Wyandott, BIX VKAB8. Reporter of Supreme Court, , 1 A.D.RICHARDSON.SUiriner Clerk of Supreme Court, W F. M. ARN Y, Hyatt. ' Congress, MARTIN P. CONWAY, Lawrence. Third Judicial District, ' Judge CHAS. H. BRANS COMB. DOUGLAS COUNTY. State Senators, T. D. THACHER, Lawrence. 1. II. TOWNSEND, Wg Springs. State Representatives. AM ASA SOULE, Coal Creek. H. J. CANNIFF, Prairie City. T. ...

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. — 13 May 1858

11 "i mM u-- 1 ' ' ' J '. 1 I '4 If I It, Ah 4 PoeiaWa Chat with otr Fraiiio " , City tfri'eaAj.""" ' V?:;: ; ' " ' ' If tflorfa Us pleasttre" to itate to h friend of the Champion that the cuttury embarrassments which we vt keen, contending", against lfor ''tome time -past, are now removed, 'and the CkkXhO ilow stands, for the first time iuoa'its appearance, on. ' Hrtti and permanent footing, and 'ma now be regarded as 'a fixed "in" 'titution,1 ' 1 We were aware, before we .ever consented to hazard the ' experiment , 'il.M! - j. . of publishing a newspaper in ,a tow of four houses and leas than thirty in habitants, that we were incurring such risk , as no other person, ac quainted with the business of news paper publishing, would dare venture inte, and, nothing but our love of adventure, proffers of ample pecuniary assistance, and an ardent desire to see Prairie City rank among the first ltawns of Kanzas, ever impelled u to engage in the fool-hardy enterprise We knew that ten times ...

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. — 13 May 1858

JJJJL.V.lgi!!!l!MJggMF!Jgl!l!LA Paddle your Own Canoe. Voyager upon life'e tea, To yourself be true, , a And whato'er your lot winy be, ' Paddle yeur own ennne: Never," though the wind may rare, Falter nor look buck, put upon the darkest wave Leave Alining truck: JJobly dare the wildest torm, Stum the. hardest gule; Brave tho heart and strong the arm, You will never fail; When the world in cold and dark, Keep an aim in view, And towawl the lUisoni murk Paddle jour own canoe. .Every' wave that bears you on To this silent shore, From the sunny source has gone, To return no more. Then let not an hour's delay , Cheat you .of your due, But while it is called to-day, ' Paddle your own eanpo. . , If your birth denied you weai!th, ' Lolly state and power, Honest fame and hardy health Are a better dower. ,But if these will not suffice, Golden gain pursue; And to reach the glittering price, Paddle your owu canou, Would your wrest the wreath of fame Front thf fbsud of fat u? Would you write' 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. — 20 May 1858

: jiiii'iirfii"'"''1''' .ir.in..i i .,, ,. ' ' " j ,t ''. , yiaiiu-iiJua..iiJ4''. .... . ., . i x - - - r 31 . ;-if "-iisr 1 - "Volume lNuml)cr 23. PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1858. ...Tiww . I .. . jmi-H : ja$j ;x& tf,iv' ,iva '"'. ' ' r 1 i, ... i ,, : i i 4 ' ; T -Jt i. ' .4 I I Fireehjeiij'jfiiwhipioJi II PUBLISHED KVKBJT THURSDAY AT PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, By PEOVTY & WILIETT. , " ..PB.OUTT ............. 0, t. WILLRTT. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One copy one year, . . $ 00 Throe copies one year, ' . . , 5 00' Ton " " " 15 0 ,tPaymont required in all fcascs in ad vance. All. papers discontinued at the ,time for which payment is received. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: ,First insertion, per line, - . 10 cts. Each subseqimut insertion, per line, S . KTAdvanco payrnont will be required for Advertisements from, a distance. VMoneys, proporly registered with post ..masters, may bo forwarded by mail at our 'risk. LIBERTY 0E DEATH." PRAIRIE CITY, K, T MAY 20, 1858. A Stats oat of ...

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. — 20 May 1858

P'4- , 1 - V r 'If H 9it$9mmMrmmimmmtomm V H", 't. It 7r I " IIBEHTY 02, DEATH.'"" PIUltyE CITY, K, T., M.1Y 20, 1858. llailj month of dowers, blossoms, perfume nnil verdure, soft breathed, volnplaousaud beautiful. Though the maiden spring his not favored us with as many smile a the genor ally does iu this delicious season, yet her proseneo is .full of beauty, and delight. Old Earth baa smoothed oivt iu ; wrinkles, lout its stormy frown, and. draped' in green of the brightest hua, smiles'upou man in all tha lovoliness of youth again. Some where amid the laud of the' blest must bo secreted that fountain of . Eternal Youth for which ' Ponce do Leon searched ho long tin) ever glad.'s an 1 orange grove ol'Forida; and there the years repair in their firs1 houri to bring th. wonderful waters by whoso ai I our Mother Earth may ug ii u wear the faoa of joy, ba-decked in all tlu glory of May, the sweet ost time in all the rolling hours. Bright learns the sun, bountiful glows its raoming rays...

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. — 20 May 1858

it ' 1 V 4 if if '' '. Oottoawood Falls. . We learn that extensive arrange . rnents ar being perfected to con struct building! and other improve Kiiunts in Cottonwood Falls this 8oa. r.son. MasHrs. Willett ife Giiody of vtliis piacfl have commenced operations toward improving the water power there, which is said to be the lost i and in fact tho only water power in Kanzis. They intenl erecting s iaw -and grist mills I here during coming Nummir. Mijor. Albxandrh and others of that neighborhood are .about erecting a stone hotel. The Cottonwood Full Association is com posed of an enterprising class of fel- tlowa, who will mike everything 'get.' . -that they take hold of. Sevenl people of this vicinity are about removing J ithere,' among whom are Messrs. Gou- ' -Dvunl Fun-ley, with their families, L t tCapt. Willett, E. K. Raymond, Rus- t" -BELL RaHDAU, E. II. BaYMNUEII, iand,VM. and Syi-vehter . IIamus. . Our best wishes utteud thm. Ax UNnxpiiUTED Assault. -A Wash ington corresp )u ienf...

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. — 20 May 1858

i , '"I I i t 1 ! 1 ! r i 1 H4 Muse. For the Freemen's Chonipiou.1 ' . Suany Spots. .This world is not all dark and dreary, Sunny" spo's ore all about ; To cheer tho heart when tad uud weary, Glud voices ring gaily out. There's not a desert waste and wild, But hath some pUasaut dull, Some oasis bright with verdant smile. ' Wheromuriu'ring waters swell. When day is dark with stormy sky, Soino glimpse of light is Been ( Abovo the clouds the blue slues lie, ' To smile with gladsome sheen'. There's Not a heart however sad, ' But hope doth whisper cheer ; There's not a life however bad. ' Bat God is sometimes near. ' t Pail Poma. last Night. Last night again I saw my love, and by ' Her side I sat, and gazed into her eyes, And felt their beams, that now glanced fitfully " Aside, adown, like light of April skies, And now in full tide poured" into my soul, Enkindled deep. responsive fire in me. I felt my being glow, anil rise, and roll, Then charmed lie, as lies a charmed sea. Long tune int...

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. — 27 May 1858

.41- - li .j J' . 4 ?, a t au Tolume 1 Number 24. PRAIRIE CITY, KANZAS, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1858. Terms ?2 Per Annum .'I g J'j" LI H.Hi'i I I. mil iMi.M iiiBiiiiiitpiiiimiwBagtfywii!.!!!! I jlii.miiii i'umi (n f mmi.mM i Hi) thijiiiii ,MliagL1,,11 '. "liilLSjfJJ1"' . I." JL'I UJ.,Jlf IllJliilJillii ,;3 '1 ki ev of t1. i ar d i 4 ot V II 01 I.E.Ipn'1 com ii I 1 ica'' G it - I li II PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT . PRAIRIE CITY, KAN Z AS, By S. S. PROTJTY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION': One copy one year, . . $2 00 Three copies one year, , . 5 00 Ten " . . 15 00 ' '.Payment required in all cases in ad vance. All papers discontinued at Ae time for which payment is received. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: First insertion, per line, - - 10 cts. Each subsequent insertion, per line; ft " CTAdvance 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.' PIUIRIE CITY, K, T., MAY 27, 1858- The Atlantic Te...

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. — 27 May 1858

I 1 'iJbV -""'las ' '',' aHrW.tt,-A.iMin,K v i 1 .- . .-.... : J . S "h 4 v , -.-: ...... v '--w v, , . '.'" LIBERTY OE DEATH.' PPJ1IRIE CITY, K, T., MAY 27, 18S8- t-:r ; i-r.Tasrl ' JVar Sgainl Wo have no time nor space to enter fnlo details at present. War has commenced again in real earues t The Missouri Ruffians, chagrined and maddened at the grand failures which attended their efforts of old, are now wreaking characteristic and cowardly satisfaction . from innocent and de fenceless Free State people on the border. Murder and rapine is the rder of tho day in Lykins, Lynn and Bourbon counties, A company of 150 Missouriaus, under command of Brochtt,' scoured Lykins county last week, and on Tuesday last 200 .'. more loft Westport to join them. The Free State squatters from every direction are rushing to arra, and soon, if (he invaders can La met, a confliot may be expected. All we have to. say to our Free State friends, who are acting purely on the defensive, is this : Spare no QUA...

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. — 27 May 1858

" I Vi A' v ', f , 'WMch Horn? Tlia following from tke Cincinuati Commercial, gets at (ha thing about ts well as anything we have seen :' Jf the people of Kanzas will come into the Union at once, under the Le C0iuptori, Slave and Monopoly Con stitution, (without the Green-Pugh Amendment,) and will to that end accept enormous land giants, the ad mission of their State to be imme diate. ,' If, 'however, they refuse to vote therosel ves those millions of acres of rich lands, they Hie to be kept out of the Uniou, to be overridden by pensioned scoundrels acting as Ter ritorial officers, to be harassed and impoverished by cut-throats with Federal commissions, until the pop ilatiou of the Territory ie doubled. .These are hard conditions. The cit izens of Kauzas are told : You must come into the Union under the naked Leuompton Slavi Constitution, ma king Kanzas legally a Slave State for ever, and conlcring in it recognition of " vested rights" manufactured by the Missouri Mob Legislature, 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. — 27 May 1858

i, .r"...rjt-ic-. m V. ill .if. . J ft ft 11 yv It: Ml II i For the Freemen's Champion. 1 In Memorium. . She is gone The beautiful I Oh, Father! in dutiful ' : Submission we bond ' " .--.r Beueath thy rod; May this sorrow blend Our hearts with God; Alone to Him we look for light, 'Mid the Bhadows of the night. In the flower of her days, . . When all lifes suuny rays, ' , Around were gleaming, And misty "hopes, , Lay Softly dreaming On ajil the slopes Her spirit fled Homewar.d gone We, her friends are left to mourn. v adly now does flow the tear, ' For the one- we hold so dear ; "' , Slowly to thu tomb, , " Her form we bear, InEjirth's quiok'ning womb, We lay it fair ; ' Soon we hopo again to riss ' "Mid thejoy4 of Pirvli-w. The wintry blast is sighing "i Above the grave where lying . . Softly she's eloeping, Yet this so sad Mournfully weeping Our souls are glad, That EteVnity's sweet springs . Death's cold winter ever brings. Lawrence, 1 858.". . Paul Totter. y "With what an' awful,...

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. — 3 June 1858

I ' ' t ' " Sh. t,..,' r i. iiov Yolume 1 Number 25. . PRAIRIE CITY, KAXZAS, THURSDAY JUffl 3; .1858. Terms $2 Per Annum r ;4 1 f .' '.j. i n IS PUBLISHED EVKttY THURSDAY AT . VPRAIRIE "CITY, KANZAS, , By 8. S. PROUTY, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : X)ne copy one your, . . $2 00 ' 'Three copies one year, . 5 00 Ten " " . . . 15 00 -Payment required in all cases in ad 'srance. All papers discontinued at tue time fur which payment is received. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: First insertion, per line, 10 cU. , Each subsequent insertion, per lino, 5 ;. . D" Advance, payment will bo required for Advertisements from a dintance. Moneys, propurly registered with pot (masters, may bu forwarded by mail at, our risk. , ' " LIBERTY OR DEATH." PRAIRIE CITY, K. T., JUNE 3, 1858. "The Republican Party and the v Abolitionists. ' We call tha attention of bur real era to the aimnxed article frjtn thp Chicago Tribune, written in reply to tho utricturos of the (farrisoriian Ab olitionists in thoir lata finuual coa- ' ...

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. — 3 June 1858

33K ESS ' LIBERTY OR DEATH.' PlLlliilE CITY, K. T., JUNE 3, IH58. v Talk about tho Champion. .. VVrItU tJitn number of the Champion expires it first half volume. As there ura many names on our sub scription book til At ware entered at 'the beginning of the volume for only six mouths, thin number trill conse quently be the last one duo such. On the papers of thaie subset! here ' we this week mako a croxs (X)( and it our little sheet is by them esteemed worthy of continuance in its visit, it will afford us .pleasure to re-enter the'r names. In regerd to tho future course of the paper we have but little to say. Our patrons will bear us out in the assertion when wo say wo hare never "puffed" ourself, and furthermore that we are not going to do so now. The paper speaks for itself. During Us brief career we have endeavored to do that which in our humble judg ment was considered right, and have ishored earnestly to carry out our "views, regardless of effects upon our hwn interests. Wo'inte...

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. — 3 June 1858

,;..iii''U'nniin-'- 1 M W"" V si WW. '1: J r V i i1 1 "V 1 fc ,1 L- V' fat St. V Ths.Iait Chance, Tlldre will be another Great Balo Vf L'dts U rrirU'City, on Saturday, . fluaa 13, 1858. This will positively iii the last cllatliJe of puroiUaing lots kt public auction in Prairie City.' Ve trust no oud desirous of itj vesting boney id towtt property,, will suffer Ihht opportunity to pass by without profiting by it. In buying nai l lots, ho risk, whatever, will be run, for they aro a cash urttclf, and are daily increasing in value. At the preeeuc time, while in consequence of the hard tiniest business in nearly all other "towns in Kanzas is almost entnely "checked, Prairie City is building up i' ii i I- ...... -i. av iiieir piano, aim uieir uiusie. nti iaDidly. and she will soon obtain i, ,. . , , '. ' r . , , hor lutltf tioaH are home from vacation, a position among the veryjirst iown!BO-that iU(J is mw HUrr0UI1aed bj hur in ivunziu. Situated, us n is, in the , rivo children, and appea...

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. — 3 June 1858

J: ft 5 ''f f 1 1 . L For tho Freemen's Champion. Th9 Twilight Welding. Gaily roaming in the gloaming, Whero Viilln the su nsot Lours, ;..,,! 'Mid the gloo ning, fill'J with blooming, Breath of fragrant flowers Amb,jr-he?irtod---liory-dartud ... Golden-paved the west, ' ' . Soo anguls wait at glowing gate, As day lies down to rost, ' A silver star gleams from afar. Sweet Hespw's wodding torch, A light fur brida who upwards glida, , To blissful ehambor porch ; Twilight hours hido nuptial bowers, Whon night and day are wcu i 'With mystic vail wovo In. tho gale, ' That comas from eun&ots' bed, 0 With gentle swell, tha prairies toll, , In softly whispor'd song, Of kisses sweet -tho breezes fleet; All swiftly bear along From burning day whero silvofray, " Tolls of queenly miiden, ' ' Whoao modest face in blooming grace With all lore is laden. . . Cloud-curtain'd night, a-blaze with l'ght. ' - Chaunting the marriago hymu, With sfcirry choir, and spirit lyre, Fills tho universe dim Wit...

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