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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
That dimly on Lor august form did rest
Like a battle-robe wet anrl purple stoiu'd,
And dripping red with blood ol Freemen
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
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
Around ! Upward I till it swells round God's
aro'er ih'sea and wide thro' the green land,
'-'"Housed nations in gladuihg wonder siamis,
As round Heaven's blue arch tho joy-note
From plains where tho crimsoned, sunset
Then, Brothers, let yoiir shout
A joyous anthem out
'Till Humanity crudcl takes lieari again
. Trampling the tylahtunbitiiling the chuiu,
Aud from tcar-vei.'d eyed o'er earth's broad
Sees Free.lom reigning in glory and grace
0 ! yo who dwell ou western wave-like soil;
Prophets uud Priests in Freedom's worship
Ring out your song let ausw'ring notes go
O'er su-Miy-Southern wave and ro;k-bound
By the Lakc-n tho Shore
Gathering more and more
'Till thrills exultant rise in every heart,
And onward like a fiery fliuu do dirt ;
Now, in our trininp'i-hour, fjrgot Hot we,
Airuui suonnie " iiiAr uod mme all
mem Fnm;." J II. It.
Lawrence, K, T., Sept. R, IW8,
That is what is needed. De inr
getic in whatever you undertake go
ut it with a will, lay hold a;i if yon
was at airiuc, mm when once fairly
at it, uover relinquish your hold or
relax your efforts until yon have n
complished tioiiictlinitf. This hilly
lium-drum mode of crawling thiongl
tno world," a lnorotonouH routiin
from year td year, living only from
hand to mouth," and in fear of any
unterpriso, betokens a man of very
little spirit; our ago is a progressive
one and all who desire to succeed
must push forward in every thin
liiey unde'rMe- their motto slioul
be Excelsior," and they will li
bound to Ktieccud, they will nirniotint
barriers thai! to ore before apparently
insurmountable, while the Inn;-1 ear
t . .4 11.
I'vit irigtiten tno timia into a pun 10
will be found to be mere will-o-tho
wisp Mat Vi!l Qy away at your ar
We like to see a yountr man hn
matie, benevolent, oblL'injr, an 1 clov
er, but of all the passions, give us
man thut has propemtitv to push his
way throngli the world at all hazard
in spite fit all opposition; we won!
rather call one Melt man our frieni
.'. than havo the professed friendshi
of all the drones that invest the swar
ming hivo of humanity.
loung men 1 on 10 whom our
Country looks for its futiao greatness
and grandeur, aro you preparing your
Helves for the arduous task thut is bo
fore you? are you schooling your
elves to becomo hoirs of American
liberty the future lawgivers of pur
country its sovereigns 1 If you ate
not, then indeed you are unworthy
, the room you occupy. Were you
, made to tipple inrum-tdiops to pore
, over yellow covered literature,
6ourt an amorous looking-glass ?
these aro your favorite pastimes, then
you are only lit to adorn a rum-slio
as a sign, to tickle tho pockets of the
periodical dealer with your loose
change or to be a plaything for tho
women, a mere automata to
moved about at the will of tho rulers
, of your favorito passions.
If such is your deplorable condi
tion. we adviso you to shako off the
' spell that binds yon, and enter the
arsna of life with energy suffijient to
convince the world that you aro
taan. Let not the syren voice of can
and pleasure call you oil from your
dntj , nor tho almromrnts of vice
eniico you irom me pain ot virtuo
The man that has no ambition,
aspirations, has just soul enough to
' eUvate him above the brute.
Bq not contont with discing out
ft mere animal existonce, but show
b yonrenerfij and. decision of char
acUr that you are what uod inlond
M y6tt to to a MAN. , ' , i
.'' " Act--ot iu the living present f
.Heart wlthfn and God o'erhead I"
IT The largest room III the wOr
Js the great tobacco store at the Lon
AffaotiEj Incidsnt. " I
On the home voyage of one of our
N.iw York and Liverpool packets, sho
bein? crowded with emigiants, that
awful scourge the ship lever broke out.
The carpenter of the vessel, oho of na
ture's noblemen, und having ou board
ilis little son, a lad ol some twelve
summers, was one oftho'liist victims.
isrihipniateB ca lly enclosed his body
in his hammock, aud, having read
over hint, the burial servico, and at
tached t his feet a grind stone for
he purpose of sinking it, committed
it to the embrace 01 oiu ocean, llie
poor boy, tilled with grief at the los
of his natural protector; sprang over
oard, and be; ore he could be lescueu
10 was beyond the leach of human
Oil tho day fallowing the burial, a
arge shark was not'cod in t'he wuke
of , the ship, and as it was ahao t
calm, tho tailors ask permission to
catch it, which was readily granted
by tho captain. . Having procured a'
100k and Httadnd a chain an. I lui"
and baited it with poik, they cast it
over board, und soon had the excited
leasuro of hooking the monster, and
with the aid of the wiudlass they
hauled the writhing mass on board.
it lay on deck in Hs death stVHg-
tries, the sailors heard a singular mill
ing noina that seemed to proceed
from within the dying captive, la
ting ashipaxt, they flootl cut their
w.iy into the now dead lish, und to
the'tr event Miritiio, found that it ha l
wid owed ciiiDentor, jMiidstono and
ov. and mat inn lormer. wno nan
swooned, had rigged up tho grind
stono, and with me assistance 01 me
boy to turn it, wa just grinding his
ack-kuile 10 cut his way out.
A fiimlc! iNnthiDi on earth can
smile but man 1 Uems may Hash re
lecte I liuht,' but what is diamond
Hash? Flowers cannot smile. This
is a charm which they cannot claim
jirds cuimot smile, nor any living
thing. It is tho prerogative ol man
It is the color which love wears um)
clieeilulnosfl. and iov these three
It is the light in the window ot th
face, by which the" heart, signifies to
lamer, uusuaiici, or irionu, mat 11 i
at home and waiting. ' A faco that
cannot Muilo, is like a bud that can
not blossom and dries up on the stalk
Laugi'ter is day, and sobi iety is night
uiida smile is the twilight thai hov
era lt- 11 1 1 y uetwocn uoiii, more uu
1 1 l 1 I. .
cliinv than cither. Hut all uniles
are not alike, ilio clieerliuness
vault v, is not like the cucerlulucss ol
love. The smile of gratilied pride is
not like tho radiance ot goodness 1111
truth. The rams of summer lull alike
11 nou all trees and shrubs. But when
the btoriu passes, and every leaf hangs
a-drip, each gentle putt ol wind brinj.
down the potty shower, and every
Iron bunes with it something ot the
nature of the leaf or blossom ou which
it.hung ; tho roadside leal yields dust;
die walnut leaf bitteruesss; home
flowers poison ; while the gispo-li o
soul, the rose, the sweet-brier lend
their aroma to the twinkling drop
and soud them dovu in perfumed
showors. And so it is with smiles,
which every heart perfumes accord
ing to its nature selfishness is ajid.
utile bitter ; goo I -will sweet and fra-
grunt.. W. .Ucchtr.
jrSomo men think that roli';ion
is a more ocst&tio experience, lilto n
tune rarely played upon botho faculty;
living only while if is being perform
ed, and then dying in silunco. And.
indeed, many men carry their religion
as a church carries its bell high up
in a belfry, to ring out on sacred days
to strike for funerals, or to chimo for
weddings. ' All the rest of the time
it hangs high ahovo reach voiceless,
silent, dead. But religion Is not the
speciality if any one leeling, but the
mood and harmony of (he wholo ot
them. It it the whole soul march
ing heavenward to tho musie of joy
and love, with woll-ianked faculties,
every one of thotn boating time and
tV Non-paying subscrilers aro
thus talked to by a Southorn editor :
Wagons cannot rim without
wheols, boats without Htoam, bull
frogs jump without legs, or newspa
pers lie carried on everlastingly with
out money, no moro than a dog can
wng his tail wliou ho ain't got none.
Our subscriber aro all good, but
whet good does a man's go jdiioss do
when it rion't do any good ? Wo
have no doubt cvory ono thii ki that
all hm paid except him, and as we
are a clever fellow r.nd his is a little
inattor, it will make no diffcrenco."
JtXT In a tavern, in a small town,
Rat a farmer, who was plagued and
bantered by ft dozen guesti who were
present. " Well said 'lie farmer at
iat, ' l'vo got the host of all of you."
HovV -0 ?" aikudalh "In me you
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iST An editor in Iowa has bron
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girl in church. 'Daily Argu,
Cheap, enough I We once hugged
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PR A T R I F T rV VI
1 JLV XXiiVl Hi Ul J X
. KANZAS TERRITORY.
t PHE settlement of Kauzas will bo read in
JL the future Aith gnat interest. The ter
rors ol' her political hisiory for the first U o
years will not astonish thu future much
more tuau ner material prospority and rapid
bcuieinent that so imiuediauily succeed ud
the restoiution of peace. The p.-riod Of
ner fraieriial civil war, for two years, ar
marked wiih greater brutality and dauges
tliuu utij other period since the formation of
tue Federal Government: extermination of
the Free Stulo settlers by death, or removal
troiu the country was fully determined upon
by the men abetting and Lading this uuuut
uiul warluie against their brothers, who uad
aiuuiuie.i lo carve a home from this wild
but bcuuiifui country. Tueir oppressions
h.,fe enlisted the sympathy, the luiuui, and
tue purse 01 tue tree JNorih in beiiult ot
Ibeir sutfering brotUers iu the midst o,
Of ihese occidental re0ions. The tongue,
ot old detendurs of the cause of Freedo n,
untied Willi imny new ones have been
liuard iu our uuibjiiul councils, iu warning
and denunciation against the wrongs com
muted upon the rights of their countrymen.
The immigration into tne Territory this
spring wiin ihe large amount of capital,
uud Hie consequent rise of properly, the
founding and building up of new towns is
osuaiural as the former period was uuiiat
urul. All the lands of Eastern Kauzas, for 100
miles back, is soon to be occupied, not ex
cepting many of the Indian Keservulibns
The luuuia for town property, like a prai
rie me, is now sweeping over me land.
Many of these towns are only to have an
exirieuce ou paper, with perhaps a location.
None, however, are to be covered by
swamps, or lakes, as in man) of tho new
States of the West; for swamps and lakes
do not exist in Kauzas.
Many of these towns aro to possess real
life, and investments made in them are des
tined to yield a most bountiful reiuru.
i uese towns are located in dilierent parts
oi me territory, ana tue eye ol llie saga'
cious speculator will soon discover iheni
" nil the map of Kauzas 111 his hand, lie
will readily decide 1., ln iiiind die lines that
are lo be the great commercial arteries of the
country, through wlitcU are to ebb und How
Hie ou tness ol iliecoiiuiry, ad carry to ihe
still luriher west, Lie civilization uud set
tlement that is now (lowing in here.
Is situated on the new Santa Fe road.for-
ty-hve miles West of KunztU City, Hud fif
teen miles south ol l.ar.'iiee. The con-
mercenf New Mexicowill soon be carried
ihrough this town, in wngoiis, each drawn
hy live or six puiruf oxen or mules, carrying
from four to six thousand pounds, ui d iu
trains of from ten to fifty wagons; making
Ihe distance of i ine hundred miles iu
drives of I nun ten to twenty miles each
day. Passing through the town are roads
running from Lawrence to Osawntuiuie,
Peoria, Paola, Ohio City, Stanton, and all
points in the Neosho and Pottnwutomie
country, which have immense travel.
1 lie local ion of Piiaikiu City is not equal
led certainly uoi surpassed by any point
ii in .a roiiu, hi mi sunaine lor u lowu. ji
lies ou a ueuutilul piece ol laud gently
sloping to the South, with a prominent blulf
uu the northern extremity, trot which can
uo seen tor a distance ul thirty miles, the
most enchanting scenery of the ' Italy of
Aiuericu ;" in speaking of which, the ttev.
John Pierponl said , " God mioiit make a
lovelier country, but It is very cerium Unit
he never has,'" The Lawrence 'Herald of
Freedom,' of Aug, iilkhj 1857, says :
"PuAiaix City. We passed ihrough this
thriving lown last week, and pronounce it
one of the most beautiful town sites iu Kau
zas. Iua country liUu this, where every
inanthinks his claim handsome enotiLh for
a lown , and every town sees beauties iu its
own locution, which no exttavagauce can
over stale, it is no little credit to the origi
nators to say and to feel, that the natuiul
beauties of scenery which surround them
are equal to thu first in Knnz is, The peo
ple, loo, have the true pioneer grit ; stone
buildings, frame buildings, log buildings,
shanties and cloth houses, all indicate
thrift and courage. On th summit, of the
hill, which overlooks the country far and
wide, is now being erected a substantial
stone building for u seminary of learning."
Bordering ou the northern and southern
extremities of the town are brunches of the
U taws creek, thus supplying it with an
abundance of wliolo-oiuu water.
Both of these streams are lined with tim
ber, fro n a quarter U a inllti in bread Ji. The
black wainui and the burr oak are th" pre
. !!..- ..-..!. ..!.... 1 . . .i. I ...1.1.
vailing vumuien, inicrNjiersfu wuu n ick
berry, hickory; etc ; tbure is no pme or
hemlock in Eustern Kanzan. This timber
is all taken by actual settlers, who reside on
the ground. Claims with timber can be
bought at this time, from five to fifteen hun
At fine prairie as there is in this country
lie round about In this region,
There Is a sufllcient quantity of timber
lo supply the reasonable wants of the farm.
,rs, aud for town purposes. And timber
grows very fasi In this country; thu Locust
can be grown from the seed iu three or four
years, auiticiunlly large for fence posts.
' A claim can hardly be found without
sulllelent stone ou the same to fence
it, and build all that is desired 'V ire fence
can be uindu at, a cnt of about forty cents a
rod. This kind of fence would be, we
think, ihe most available tostart .ith ; the
Osage Orange will give proteoi Ion to crops
lu about four years from t.io seed.
We, havo tho but of buildliif srono on
the town site in great abundance. The
Cost of quarrying and haiiiing Is about three
dollars a cord. Lime and sand can be had
at cheap rales, and iu any quuutilius.
Iu this respect, we think. Prairie City has
the advantage over nuny other towns in the
country. While water, us a rule, Is ubtind-
country, uue waier, us a i
ant. and of a good quality iu
still it Is of a belter quality t
ly obtained iu some localitie
l ii the territory,
and more cusi-
oculkioa than others.
(Ve th i it k every citizen can have good wit-
or in his yard at nn expeiisuof from twenty
to fifty dollars. This, it will be acknowl
edged, is a desideratum oi greater value
than almost any thing else, it must be a
great draw-back to a town, where all the
water (shrojght from a spring, or hauled
from the river, or obtained by digging from
tllty to eighty f.ssl to obtain iu ,
EDUCATIONAL. AD VANTAGES
We can truthfully tay that in no part of
Kama Territory are Ihu people so blessed
with t Iticntioonl privileges as tha people of
this icclion. The Methodist Church have
located and now have hands at work erect
ing a University within one-half mils of
here, which, wnen completed, will be teo-
ond to nona west of the Mississippi river.
1 hesitating to rcmovehere for fear of debar
Iring their Children from educational priri
Is fairly under way, with more improve
ments and better prospects than' any other
town ou this great middle thoruxighfure.
Such is our po .uioii, lhat we defy success
ful couipetiuoii. Our main street already
h is a business appearance,- and several
buildings are now in process of erectiot..
No place iu ihe Territoiy will make greater
returns to the capitalism for moneys invest
ed ihuu will Prairie City
NO class is needed here moro ththi me
chanics. The most liberal inducements art
ottered them by the Association. One, two,
and three lots are donuted to them accord
ing to the occupation pursued and the
amount invested ' in improvements. Me-
chauicul occupations of every description
can be loliowed Here wuu great safety.
affording harvests of profits to the enga
gers. Fami irs emigrating from ihe Stuies
generally leave their household goods behind
to avoid paying the exhorbitunt freight
aQe up the Missouri, and consequently
iney reiy upon tue Territory 'or a re-fiiout.
'Thus it wi i be seen that demand for
everything indispensable for housekeeping
must, necessarily oe great.
ICT People desirous of obtaining informa
tion about Prairie City will havo all in
inquiries promptly and satisfactorily an
swered by addressing either iu person or
by. mail the Secretary of ihu Piairie City
S. S. PROOrX Pres't.
H. J. Canniff,' Scc'y.
Order of lublication.
United Mates of America)
Territory of Kansas. ss.
Second Judicial District.)
In the United States District Co irt, .'
sud for the, second Judicial Disfrict,
Vacation, Maren '2nd, 1S5H.
Ellis 11. Buysiugcr, )
vs. Petition for
Margaret E. B i v-iugor. j Divorce.
iVTOkV aithUdiy comes die said Plaintiff
i-t hy nis Attoriiiys uud files hi- pe ilion,
praying o be divorced Horn the bonds of
matrimony heretofore contracted withtlie de
fendant, sl.eging u cauxo the desenion'of
of Petitioner b) Uefeiidaut uud ubsenco for
more than he space of two years, accompa
nying which said petition i the nfhdnvii of
ihu Putin 'ilfuf lue non residence of auid
Defendant. It is Ibcrelol'e old red by the
undersigned Clerk oi the United sta ten Dis
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IUU, vuui ' hi pirn iui iuu ii,uiwi mill lui-
ritory nfor said iu vacation, that the said
Defendant bo noiifb d of ihe pending of litis
suit by Publication iu some newspaper
printed iu ibis Territory, ffH' eight weeks
succes. ivel v, the lasi insei lion lo be at least
fo l weeks previous lo the first day of the
next ciuber Term of this Coun; and thut
unless she be and anuenr beforu the Judge
of our said United States Uisir.ct Cvurt in
and for tne Second Judicial District of the
'Territory of Kauaos ou the first day of the
next October 'Term thcroo'i, lo he begun nud
held in ihe City of Lecompton iu said Ter
ritory ou the first Monday iu October, Ibbtf,
and uuswei or olherwii-e plead to the peti
tion ot I'laiut.tf. the same will be taken as
con essed ugaiust her.
A true Cauy. Attest:
S. M'ARTIIUR, Clerk.
By O. RAUSSER..D. C
8 ffbrd & Wood, Attorneys for Plaintiff.
"cobtar's" Rat, Roach, &c, .xter.
Put up in 20c, 35c,, C5c, and $1, Boxes
Costar's" Bad Bug; Eiterminator,
Put up in 95c, 50., 75c, and $1, Bottles.
'Costar's" Electric Powd'r, for ants,
Inwects, Ac. Put up in 25c. and 50c. Box's.
Principal Depot No 3HH Broadway, New
York, and sold by DRUGGISTS and
DEALERSeverywherein theUnited Slates,
Canidas, West Iues and South America.
IT r'ull partiulbrrs by Mail. 1 m.
HARDWARE AND STOVES
IN OLE BARKER would respectfully in
lortn the inbal i'anis of Lawrence and
of Ihe Territorv of Kane that, his mam
moth Hardward and Stove Store, No. 9
Massachusetts street, i now open, where
he has On hand aud will keep constantly
for sale, for Canh only, the largest and bst
selected stoek of Steves Agricultural Im-pli-nieiitA,
American, Eiiglink and Ourman
Hardware, Nails, Window Glass, Oils,
Pnints, Willow, Wooden, Crockery and
Glais Ware, ever brotiirht into the Territory
of Kaunas, at WHOLESALE or RETAIL,
at tiricus that cannot, tail to suit all.
Task the r-pecial attention of COUNTRY
DEALERS to an examination ot my large
stock before purchasing elsewhere, k I am
con ii lent I can till all orders in my line to
a better advantage than small dealers can
obtain them from any other source, as I buy
all my goods from manufacturers and im
porters out of first class jobbing houces at
the East for cash. My facilities lor doing
a lobbing business aro unequal! d in the
I also have connected with my establish
ment a TIN MluP where I manufacture all
kinds of TIN, COPPER, aud 8.1EKT
lltoN WARE, attend to all kin Is of Job
ork, Tin Hooting, Spouting, Guitorng,
Urazlhgi l'lumbiuu, Ac Special atieni ion
will be given to I his branch of biihiness,
aud none but firat class workmen employed.
I am a practical workman i i tho ditferout
branches of Iny business, and hope ly fair
dealing and Mriol attention to bu.iness to
ob ui ii a share of mblio patronage Try
inn. Lmk out for vit bit Tea Kettle.
l ilt INGU DARKER.
E. iv. UAVMO-.nO,
LATELY of Aurora, lllimits, would rc
Hpect fully luforut the inhabl aula of
Pruirie Citv and vicinity that he will soon
reside in their to.vn fur the purpose or
repairing clocks, waiChe" and jewelry, and
he plu'lges hlniHelf to execute mutters in his
lino as well snds at lour rare as can be
done by any other jeweler in the Territory,
Uu solicit patronage. . 99 jl
W. N. SHED,
, miaia OITT, . IANJAS.
171LL att-nd ppftonally to al kinds o
,T Birvcying, laying out Town Bites,
Platting and Mapping, on th most reason
able terms, and at short notice, liltf
: otdm iuk&; '
Pruirit City, JCcmatt,
HAS permanently located at Prairlo City,
ond is prepared to make town plau,
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PUBLISHED this day, Feb. 9th, 1858,
. 'Fifty years in Chains:' or the lifouf
an American Slave, Written by himself,
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