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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 July 1853

FREMONT JOURNAL: ' I.W. BOOTH, Editor and IMitiUsbcr. The JounnAL, ispuhlislied every Saturday morn Office In nacklmid' "rick Building third story) Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio. TERMS. iiele enpv, per year, In advance. $1 50 Paid Within the year, 8 00 Town aubscrihers will bo charged $1 5. Thedir fereiicein t he tor ma between the price on papers dell eredi ntown and those sent by mail, isocca- idiiied bytheexpenaeofcarrying. How to 8 tnr Pathr. rirstseelhatyoulinve paid for it np to thelimo yon wish it to alopi notify the Tost Mailerof vour desire, and ask him to no ify the publisher, under his frank, (a he Uaulhor jed to do) of your wish to discontinue. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Onquare 13' ip Do e chaddilionalinaertion Do Three inontha Do Six monlha Do One year .......... Two aqoareaSix month ... Do One year Ilalfculnmn One year One column One year. ................ . 25 2 o , 3 50 , 5 00 . cofl . 10 00 , 18 00 no oo Business Directory. FREMONT JOURNAL JOB PRINTING OFFICE: We are n...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 July 1853

tt Oporl th discharge of tho duties of liis cffloa, he shall lake an oalh or affirmation, to opport tlie Constitution of llie United States, llm Constitution of tin) Stnto of Ohio, and thnt h will faithfully, dilligcnlly nod impai tinlly dfuhre the duties of Probate Judge to the beat of hi skill and ability. Ho shall also jrivo an undertaking to tlie Statu of Ohio, with sufficient security, to be approved by the board of county Commissioners of the proper county; or in tho ubsciir-e of any two of Raid totunn'ssioner from the county, by the nuditor and recorder of tho proper county, in any mm not less than five thousand dollars, to the effect Ihut lie will truly and faithfully pay over nil moneys that may by him be received lh hi official capacity, that he will enter, rec ord all orders, judgements and proceedings of aij court, and faithfully and impartially dis charge all the duties of his said office; which undertaking w'rth his oath or affirmation en dorsed upon the same, shall be...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 July 1853

For the Journal. THE LONELY. Amid the lonley valliea of the wood lit livsd, When pleesuredaiiled not with ill enohautcd rey. Where smites cheered not hi solitary mood, Turning life's gloomiest hours to sunlit day. j Alona ah lived, with many a gloomy hour, To oast it darkened shadows o'er the heart; No aiatera' voice with sweet impassioned power, I To throw around her path its mngio art. Alone ahe lived; no brothers hand to clasp with hen: No father's voice, or molher'j gentle word. To fall upon her ear through the long hours of night, When tho tow dim ticking sounds are heard. Alone aha liveJ, but when the winds would creep around, And gloom would cast its shadow o'er her sky, Chilling her soul peculiar to such hours Her heart was raised to Hint who lives on high. Affliction came and laid iia pall upon her form; Sad momenta came ; the darkest hours of strife, Rolled o'er her soul it avalanche of gloom, Beclouding that bright hope that sweetens life. The still lone hour of midnight ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 23 July 1853

MVKHTKRN'KEW COLLEGE OF HEALTH il.ltt .tyijJfcc., BalTalo, X, V. 5TGETAB LE LfflSlMfifflffl Um viiMtr ctwr it if mttkiitf Att OVKH THE TTORLD. f1 t4 nnw 1iMfmr ft f mrdiriut fvr fimtig t nfl H iurlh4'Ml)' reuunimiMlit lor DROPSY: II rtmrm r iM cwp':iIii ImmWii.fr rvl't-vM, t nv.ttni rtiam) Fin ft lit lit tit! (JllOl.liW . mi.l tti ilotv Hlltl lllf ittttlll lfTiv of ill t.ilrly Itluiti-iaj tin ttfin to h pcrf Mtiieh if'!r i lie- (nt:it aitetly uiki1 in move, runnaeti ( it mvit HITHERTO INCURABLE, h mw trM to tlits rpmlj nnil Niyn..inm it nultlir-ly Mill jirivnlvly will jifvlfvt ih;cc. l,ft nny nt- w'to It i nvt u iymplpm l' lrro;y, of :iny yli.trm frr lirM UittnrtUil fcy litem, imI. M tliey would fivui.l urtttntural AFf LICATION OF THE KNIFE, ptrfat iU iittfin unit Irt dip mum niti Kiwi wtiit flow iwir, tniljr Ui Till uit uettut, nnd til) filly to end in it ill mil ! til 4atkt H lltriit jttM tie Uii fmeil r Iti ar'non, nml fi nvovffr Smut. trt ilium try it :it a iy Uiitt n( tlti tlii...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 July 1853

j FREMONT JOURNAL: ' I. Y. POOTH, Editor anil TuMIslicr. . The Jnmint.,ipnblilied evert Salnrdny mom Mif Office In Hack land's Brick Building third atwyi Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio. TERMS. ca:.1. m, rir. In advance Jfcl 50 f rir within th year, ... Town subscribers will be charged. I 7j. The dir ference In Ihctefmehetweenlhe prior on papers deli'ered inlown andthnae sent by mail.isocca aimed by the expense o foaming. HowtoStop a P.ir:st. Firalseellialyonhavs paid for it it p lo the time von wish i I to stop; notify the Post Mvter of rnnrdesfre, andaek him to no tify the Diibliher,nnderhla fro nk,(a he is author ised to do) of your wih to discontinue . RATES of ADVERTISING. One square 1 3 lines first insertion. . ,0 50 . 25 , 2 on . 3 60 . 5 00 . 600 1000 , 18 00 30 00 Do each add it ion a linsertlun . Do Throe month. Do Six month!,. Do One year Two squares Six month". Do One year Ilelfoolnmn One year. . One column One rear.. . .. Business Directory. FREMONT JOURNAL JOU Pill NT I...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 July 1853

The Legislature of last Winter. Vi rtc ivfl a fuw djys smcc, a copy of t K laws of List winter, and hlioul ' Ii kI hfrn prepared by a residence lit tint city ol Columbus during tn'Mt of ilia lint session fin a mowMcr, jet the tuok- exceed our langmnt expectations.- The voluino contains r(l closely printed pljcs of general laws. This wh-n added In Ihe &j$ pijes of tlio s-sioii I8.V, imki ijf hoaiitiful cowotcMl o4i Dmnotralic pledges and biennial sessions. Ouo of the principal reasons urged on (Ik prnji'e of Ohio liy llio 1 inor.rm.c p iny for the formation of a new CoHsitution, was the fict thai there was hm mncli l-gil ition. Tliey promised the doar people ilnt tin- Ccr the new constitution, if t (t'-y were, p- r- m'led to form ono, wo would have l.-gi?!i-litre to mcoi onco in two years; thereby fiving (o the pcopln a largo oxpensu n cc- s anrily incurred under tho old. Tim people lii-licvcd them, elected di-h-gilcs and formed a new constitution providing for biennial ses sion ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 July 1853

From Brazil. By an Arrival at Hsrlnm we Imvo Montftvi do dnlM to the 6th, nnd Hucnos Ayrcs to the 4th of Jane. Buenos Avreg was slill besieg ed. Guerrilla contests were of dnily occurrence in which mnuy were wounded. A Constitu tion likotlmtof tho United Stales lins been accepted by Gen. Urngua, but it is not proba ble that tho inhabitants will adopt it. Tho Karl of Ellsmoro and party are staying t tho Tremont house in this city. His lord ship attended the annual Festival of tho Bos ton Seminary. He made a speech highly complimen'nry to Boston and its Seminaries. New York, July 25. The steamer Northern light, from San Juan arrived this A. M. Shu brines 600 passen gers and $389,000 in gold dust, brought down toy tho Sierra Nervada. The Northern light was struck by lightning near Snn Antonia it slit the main trust but injured no one. Fatk.ck O'Donahos, who recently escap ed from Van Dieman'a Land, is among ber passengers. Tho Steamer Oregon left San Francisco for Oregon on tho 1st of ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 30 July 1853

WESTKUN NF.W YOKK COLLEGE OF HEALTH it, wi Xtn sitmi, nmftio, s. Y. ' i5'a:o.,orvAuoim,g (rat in wd U cmtttntly tnntvaaiitl Ha Tuin Wf ALL OYER THK WORLD. tl fctM imw Wm twt rnn'f mrdttin fr mmn$ mm rnnt to prli-wtrlr rtwiliMinitwl lor DROPSY: H w tWH rmilNtl (mmr-ti-iK-'r tvii., n mvtif mT farm ri Tt)rvtmaT. -S t'tmpkiH f-r Veitimimv Th 4m- is m t'rttfl.tJut ,i rmn.lt B , ml tin- i!o ntul .:) Mil f( il nuilrntv. MontrM tlir rfi to a (teer wl.ti h ifrf iln iMiMitt ultMir unibt h mute). lwmioil lU HWl LttWwtn( Inium, HITHERTO INCURABLK. ll now yUM 10 trib inljr m1 ritrWM it- U nl.it,:l ml pnrnWf wil iri'l i.et any mt who tvw vm bad 7irtm irii'V. l tin rlnn-ciw a,fi ibisnrlict W Ummi, MM, ll tmr W4iui I uroiii m unimiurvi APPLICATION OF THE KNIFE, t ftrfbrt the ytm ium! Ut ittt N(H'unnil,iril w:itr flow twoi, imty 10 till u ncrtiii, nnA Himllr to rail in n ilrrnliul MtU, Wt th jttt thin rmplr n wu-tn, ikI a ivorwjr . I, ihvui tr tl ii nitr iHr ot'iliM ttittiitw, niift u wiir to uarutn...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 August 1853

FREMONT JOURNAL: I.W. BOOTH, Editor and Pobllslicr. Th JoORKAt., If published every Saturday morn jg Office In Dockland's lirick Building third lory; Fre mon t, S a ndnsky county, Oliio. TERMS, Single copy, peryeer, Id advance, $1 50 Paid within the year, 3 CO Tewn subscribers will be charge d Q 1 75. The dit fereaeeinthntermebntweenthe priceon papers delirered intown an dt hone sent by mail,lsocca ' alaned by theexpense ofearrylng. ' HowtoStop aP.APrn. Firstnrelhatyouhave paid for it up to the lime you wish it to stop; notify (he roitMasterof yourdosire,andaskhinito no tify the publisher.underhis frank, (as he is author ised to do) of your wish to discontinue. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square 13 lines first insertion $050 Do noh additiona linserlion. .. .... 25 Three month 2 00 Six months 3 50 Uo Do Do One rear. 5 00 Two squaresSix months... Do One year . Half-e-aJnmn One year Qna column One year , 6 00 10 00 18 00 30 00 Business Directory. FREMONT JOURNAL JOB rni NT I NO OFF I CHI...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 August 1853

THE JOURNAL: FREMONT, OHIO. I. YV. IIOOTII Kdllor. SATURDAY, AUO., 0, 1853 WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. FO OOVKRNOtl, , NELSON BARRERE. " of Highland. - ron i.iituiKT aovKitRoii. ISAAC J. ALLEN. of Jiki!itiL ron TRt iirn nr state . HENRY HRACHMAN. of Hamilton. roR ?r.cRETnt or iTATf.. NELSON II. VAN VOKIIES. of Athens. FOK ATTUHXItT BKHflHI . ' WILLIAM H.GIBSON. 'of Seneca. ron rorrii jmror. FRANKLIN T. BACKUS. ' " ' ' ' of Cnnhoga. ton board or rtiBi.ic wohim, JOHN WADDLE. of Coshocton. THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE rem btati commissions or common schools, LOIUft ANDREWS. jtJTAn error occurred in llie " Tax No- lico" last week. It is correct now. $W W. R." shall nppenr next week. tot LORIN ANDREWS, ESQ. Tba locofoco papers throughout the State still continue their low, sneaking, blackguard abuse of this man. It will avail them oolhing. The character of Mr. A. stands too high it it beyond the reach of their shafts of calum ny a weapon peculiar to Locofoco warfare, No man perhaps in lbs State is...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 August 1853

Read the following certificate from C. C. TROWBRIDGE, Esq., President Michigan State Bank. DETROIT, August 30, 1845. ilk ttorj G- Ii. Green, Eur. Ilindmr Dkaii Sim llav lag been a Rreal aiill'srer from Dyerlopsin, and llnv li(f bien cured as 1 believe, by your Oxygenated Bitter. I mailt cheerfully allext tholr efficacy. , My ease was e bed one. In the spate of four ( month I loel my strength, and forty-seven pounda Slngk of Seah , wa compelled to abandon business , and Paid wtemained an Inralid for fifteen months. Travcl Town lin(f, abeenca from olTice duly, hid done something fereifor mo, bnt titer aeemed little probability of a ' delf coat, until I began to take the Hitlcrf, In one ' i Jt week I wa greatly relieved, and in three week I i.,- a precisely well, and have since retrained thirty po and of fleeh. Yon are at liberty to use this, if the Pv" a( " further your laudable purpoto of dilTu- aing tliia valuable remedy. f.. id .j , HesiieclfullV votlrs. DETROIT, August 30, 1845. C...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 6 August 1853

Bolivia and Peru. ,. We certainly appear to Imvo nrrivcJ at tboso latter days in the exislonco of lliu win-Id when "war and mmoiiiof witrs', wore to lie tbo prominent sijjna of the limes. To what ever quarter of the globe wo look tin-re is insecurity, agitation, and tin? presence or prospect of war. North, South, Knst or Wcsl, .throughout all the qniirteis of tlio globe, iherc it either actual turfure now rncine or its daily occurrence is a matter of liitrli prolmliiliiy.l Tlio TutliO-Russian question nienaces the wLoIoorKuropc. and extends its i-i.lce into Asm and AfriO.l, beyond llio limits of llio Ottoman dominions. Algrim seems lr:imuil, BD I we Lear little of ClsfFmrmn liosliHilles; ' li. !., il,n n,.rtl. nml lh u.i.lh ,.f A fricn. mul even in the central regions occupied by native tribes, there is rather the nppcaranro of peace limn peace itself. The advance of tlio Kust Iudia Company presses on the limincse Em pire Prussia is disquieted, China in complete revolt, and Japan, ....

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 August 1853

FREMONT JOURNAL: I. V. BOOTH, Editor and Publisher, The J'un At., is published everr flatnrday morn jg Office In Iliichlnttil'M Brick IlitiUling third story; Fremont, Sandusky county, Ohio. TERMS. Singlecopv, per year, In advance. Paid within the year, 0 Town anbscrihsrawillbeohargcd f I 73. Tli dir- ferenceln tholermsbetweenthe price on paper dellveredlntown andthoea aent by mail,isocce- ai nd by the expense ofcarrylng. HawTo8Tor aPa r.n. first seelli at you nave paid for It p lo thetima you wlehil to flop! notify the Post Matter of your dosi re, and ask him to no tify the publiher,under hie f ran k.as hail author iaed to do) of your wiMi to discontinue. RATES OP ADVERTISING. One square 13 tinea firat insertion $050 t Da na.-h nrfdilinnii (insertion. S3 " Do Three months 2 00 Do Sir months 3 50 Do One year j" iwo eqntres Six months "00 Do One year n00 1 1 ulf column One year 18 00 One column One year 30 00 ii 3 Dnsincss Oircctorji. TRE.UOXT JOURlV.lli .TOD PniNTIXO OFFICE I We are ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 August 1853

THE JOTllNAL: " FREMONT, OHIO. iTV IIOOTII Editor!" SATURDAY, AUO. 13, J 853. WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. NELSON BAUUKRK. o" Hig'dand. ' " t"i iri'rmmT aortiiXoH. - ISAAC J. ALLEN. liidihmd, , rrni trn!fn or utau. ,., HI'.NRY I1RACI1MAX. " Hamilton, t un mkstt or iiirr. j; . '.NELSON II. VAN VOKI1ES. ' . , of Athtut. ' ' . ' ran miRrT crytRo.. WILLIAM II. GIIISON. of Seneca. run tvrnxmr. jcior. 1 - FRANKLIN T. UACKI'3. '"'". ' of Cuuhaga. ron ihiakb r rem ic woke, JOHN WADDLE. Cothoctan. THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE. FOR STATU COMMISSIONS OK COii.MOh SCHOOL", I.OUIIS 4lI)Ili:WS Our Position on the Temperance Question. As we have been very much misrepresented on this great question, we deem it our priv ilege and duty, to define our position as nearly at We can, with our use and undemanding of the English language. 1st. We are in the strictest sense of the word a temperance man. 2d. We are in fnvor of a law in the Stale of Ohio, as near the "Maine Law," as the Con atitution of our State will ad...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 August 1853

Oxygenated Bitters. More Testimony. Letter from Wm. Gordon, Esq., for several years U. S. Deputy Marshal, for the District of Massachusetts. New Bedford, March 6, 1851. Messrs. Reed, B-ilec A. Austin Oeiitlsmant- For Ihe last six years, my wife ha. been almost constantly alllieled wiih thnt mil distressing m tv, dysdepeia. Frequently during that period of of time, eh ha been compelled to giv up (he ordinary ear of my family, and Confine herself lo Ilia house, if not fo her room, Her attendant avmnloms were conalipation of the bowels, head ache, pain III the aide, acidity of the eHomnch, s vert nausea, and dejection of epirite; and fof weeks at a time, eoaroely a portiele of moisture made in appearance on the surfacs of the chest, or limbs. The most eimple food when taken into the atom ach would cauee distress. In lha meantime, variou. medicine, were re ported to, but without success. Near the cloee of laat autumn, when much reduced in health and strength, ahe waa enrneetly aoliciled...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 13 August 1853

Agricultural. Late Sown Vegetables. Home nf the greatest for the ta ble tlie" 'may bo villained from qu'u-t 1:ite sort uig,'i We an speak mosl positively in regard to turnips. '. Both the round and H it tin nips tnnf bit sown any time in Jul)- ur August, una we hnVe known it to come loennsiiliiiHulc maturity, in ciiB n in n liMi there were no urly frosts. . n sown in tliu first week of, MiJAhHUii ; .NnitiMul rift tnnii M ttn tutnti in !peciHl pnms siiotilrt bo taken to enrich th" toil, for in this wny wo secuio two ; -" " i - ' objects the more rapid growth of tlie plntil and sweeter nj more tender vr-jjctubli?. We enppoe.0 it is grnrrnlly well know tout the more mptd the g'owth of this and seveml other vegetables, the more mild and tender lheyre to the tnM. C'nbbngcs, onior.s, red ishes, spinach, tauli flowlr, are nil much more deliettto in flavor, and njrreenblo to the pulnte hen grown freely and rflpidly, thn when their growth is stinted and slow. Cucumbers- and ee'.t-rv inny uls...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 August 1853

Si ;FllEMONT .TOUIINAL: t. V. UOOTtl, i:iitor anil rtiM!;.!:f r. The "iiraa pillixltf rl pverfn1itrday morn ie Oll'ire In H if-litand'H llrir.U" On i I tl iit jf lliird lory; Fremont, Sandusky cniinly.Ohio. T K It MS. fllnele ropr, per year, In advance. $1 30 Paid within the year, v" Town stibscriberswillbpchareed !?1 (5. Thedir ference in thetermsbetvoeiilhfl prison paper deli ere (I in low n and those unit by inail.isocca sljaed by llieexponse ofcirrying. HoivtoStdp TAPKn. rirM.irctlinl voiilinve paid tor il up to the time, von wish It tn tnp: notify lim Pout Masterof yonrdnslrp, andnek him (o no tify the ptibli"her,iinder III frank,(ashe is author ed to do) of your wish to discontinue. RATES OF ADVERTISING. On square 1 3 litien firnt insertion. . : Do each additionn linaertion. .. , Do Three months Do Six months Oo One year Two sqn irs.8,i-x months,. i Do One year fllalfcnlumn One year. iQii! column One yoor .0!n . 2S . 2 00 . 3. "in . son . con . in no . 18 00 . 30 00 Cnsincsfl ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 August 1853

TIH JOUJiNAL: FREMONT, OHIO. I. W. JIOOTU I'dltur. SATURDAY, AUG. ao, 1853. WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. . , KOI GOVERNOR, NKLSON BAlUtEIlE. of Highland. ron i.trrrEKART oovisnwn. ISAAC J. ALLEN. rf RiMund. TT.t". Of IT4T1. IICNIIY BllACHMAN. f Intuition. ron iKCKkTABT nr itat. uei rnu if r Ik. I'nDliro .1 I. i, T W .1 I, f AJ1 lUnilLa o Athens. k rrt attiirwit ar.KrRAt. , WILLIAM H. GIBSON. of Seneca. ton ivmisr. wnor. FRANKLIN T. BACKUS. of Cwihogn. ron board nr rcai.ic n-onm, JOHN WAPDLE. of CoJtoclon. THE rKOTLE'S CANDIDATE. rOIl STATE COMMtSSIONK OP COMMON SCHOOLS, .SiTOn account of sickncsnnd tho "Pleasure excursion," we arc lato this week. We call the attintion of our merchandising friends to our Cleveland col utnu, inserted in to-day paper. toi - POLITICS AND POLITICIANS. The term politics has entirely changed its meaning since the days of Washington, and since our hardy fathers have fallen asleep. In their day, the term meant "The Science of Government;" it now means, if it mean...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 August 1853

Items. yTho numW of dentin In New Orlcnn on Ibn 10 ins!, were 250; of which 135 were from Yellow fever. LOUISVILLE, Aug. 16. Johnson", democrat, i elected Governor by 2000 nvijnrity. The C'oni;rv8ionii1 Di-lugntior Blnnds 5 democinta 'ind 6 wliiys. Stantos has been elected in Memphis dis trict, by 0 minority over V'krkkb. LOUISVILLE, Aug. 16. INDEPENDENCE, (Mo.,) Aug. 16. 2TSomo relumed Culiforninns give nn nc count of a buttle fought hetwenn tin tribes of Indians there were in nil about 6000; there whs between 50C nml 000 killed. It occured ubout 40 miles from Fort Harney. jtirWho ore to be decloved, Temperenco or nnti-trmpcrnnce men. Some di-mncrats say the cunriitUteg in their pirly are pledged, or will be pledged for the Maine Lew, or some thing like it ; other democrats say they are not pledged nnd will not bo under any circumstances. How is it. Dare the candi dates define their osition on the temper ance question. 3TA marblo monumcent, in Irio obelisk form, tins been erected i...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 20 August 1853

Agricultural. Tub tloRTici-LTfRioT f'ir August is on mr tMe. Frmo nn articlo on npplry on.-1i.irds, by L. Durnn.l, Connecticut, we mnko ihe ft,! luring eitrnct. Tlie writer in fp nUni of 11 orchrtr is fchich bse liocomo mossy, full pfdenJ iranchcs, nnd unft uiilV : "Now what tlicRo!d orchard wan', is n tliorooli rettovnliin in th; slim tent jjossiMe lime. The Orsl lliin;; to be done is '.n cut off 111 oM trj) of tron iti;r (rcr, ami set tn n new one by pr.-ifiing. Tli'n can I l"iir best by tlifl common mode of 'oitft i'mftin-r.' Those; limbs tlint nrn the mr.v of 11 liio hnmlh1, tt an inch nnd a hr.lf in i)iaio-l,'i, should In? selected, ns th0' fvn herd over, rrnkiii'i the limb sound, Tl .0 Vvflcr' should crmtiitnoe in iLc Up of th L " aw off Jimlip, nnd fo work down, takit cm a to graft eu-ir l','r ( f mider l'm.W at a longer distance from in,-' trunk, o thai lh grafts will have plenty of room to prow and not inlerf- ro will) racli other. To have this work done in a business like ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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