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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 22 January 1858

Energetic and Expressive. ' ' hs. DewtKft.tli new noting Governor f Kansas, appears to hnm more rrgnrd for t ilmiijth than drr eraeo of jtprion ' Wo Ihiok, Kfirevor, heli succvoded in making 'nimscir nndoMrtod, on onei important point. The clork of tbe Lctr'islnlivo Council, Mr. JPkMona, (ars the N. Y. Time,) writes : OmW. Dinvr ha arrired, and Miy thnt "tf CrcHAWW MiNal It will rmrxiit' & dif- ff rent poic$ from that of WaLkeii and BtAMoa, h u damnably fooled. ' Tn WAP TII1 ADMINISTRATION Em roRCKs ths Nsctralitt Law. Tho fil . lowing fitract, my the Evening Pott, is from a letter, dated Grnrtown, Dee. 18ih, bjr welt known nd highly respectable merchant of Urevtovrn, who viitncssed 'Paulding's capture of (lie fillibuetors. It nQbrds new proof of the Administration' recent complicity with the scheme which it xtlecU to be desirous of di9countennncmg! ' ."One of Walker's officers said conGdon tlall? her that the revenuo cutter want three miles out of eight for the purpose of letti...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 January 1858

FREMONT JOURNAL I1AC VI. KEELKlt, Proprietor. Th. JonRNAT. lepnhlHhed e-erf trifar mnrnllttf. Qe. loth, third etory, RuckUnd'n Block Fremont, Hand.aey eo.ntr, Ohio. 'f SUMS 0? BCBSCRIPTIOir. . tine eopy, pir roar, In adyanee, ly mail ...... ..11 iO Paid wilhln the yar ....... f.OO After Uteaxplratlon of th. vr ....... ....- S.fin , TowD flahar.rOer,iri advance ...... ... l,7o . RATES OF AnVRnTrtlNO. Oneflnnai101lnee or leaa. one Insertion, an.nn do. r.och additional Insertion do. Three month... do. Riyer-nnthe ... do. Ono year. ..... , 0,'i 8,(10 , ,W). . S.OO One-fourth column, change quarterly, T""' JM" One-thlrd 1o. V" , nn.-hlf , do. do. K Whnl do. do. do ... 4fi.lK Rntlnee flard, 6 llnra or lee., on year. . . ...... ,00 traded -Mntleea nreeedin. marrlaeea, and Pontile eol Omn A'lyertlwmenta, chanred don Me th elinye rata. Advertleementa ehoold I marked with the nnmher of Inatrllona or they will he continued until orderedoat and eaargid accordingly. . . . . JOB PFllVTINO, Of all...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 January 1858

KANSAS ELECTION. -Th' eorwspoB'lent of the Clix-innsM Commercial, writing from Leavenworth, Jan. 15, aays: ''Rev. Mr. Pacini, who rrnw' fr - compton, hy way of Lawronci", c-liv, l.fintrs tb reliable intelligonco with full particu lar." Admitting all lh fraudulent returns the Free Stato Party hava elected ths Legisla ture, whilo tho Pro-Slavery pnrty havo.olr.c- ted thoir Stntfl officers by about 300 major ity.' The lettorays: Calhonn opened tho returns in presence or Gov. Denver, tho fromlent of the nun ate, and Speaker of the House, of tha Ter ritorial Legislature. Ho refused to go ho hind tha returns, but promised to reVet them hereafter, if proven fraudulent The Legislature, has ordered a committee to tnke a census of these places, and this will give the Free Stato man tho State ticket also. The majority'of tho Legislature, however, will be ablo by purging their own body, to ver-rida the Governor's veto, and call Convention to frame a new constitution for tho State, provided Cong...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 January 1858

. gpeciql Notices. fiT Onio Stati aud Union Law Cot- EawiThts Institution lias been removed1 to Cleveland, Ohio. Degrees ar. le nllr conferred, and students upon Oradnatlng may admitted to practice. For Circular address t Cleveland, M. A. KINO, Seer.tary. December t, 1WJ. 47yt Wood's Ham niuiTniiATiv. Prof. Wood, tlx renown. d discoverer of the InveluaWe Hair Restorative, .till son tlnaM to labor ta behalf of the alrlleted. Hli medicines ar. unlvermlly dnlta by th. American pnrm toll, far superior l all others for causing th. h.lr of the .rod, tht bubnn slivered for many years, to grow forth with M much rigor and liiinrtancea. when blessed with th advantages of ynnth. There "an he no doubt tlifJt It U one of the greatest discoveries In the world. It re stores permanently gray hair to He original color, desire. I la all ages of the word, St. Louie Horning Humid. Sold by all good Druggists. IKON omciJLAU. Banhitiikt, Deacember let,186T. art,: In addressing you thin Circular, we would ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 29 January 1858

;.&",;nz5"ES Huron, or ths town of PaV, fHtos;i conn- tyy'Nf-a Vrfc,yhn aw taiii't. im timssirieo, and 'wrio lived rcni'Von- trlmi'ln Without food or drinks died a twrk or t wo go., ,pho remained iayntilile. f r fifteen months of the pwtod, nd up to ftwtMvt 0 ber Wth,e when she wecuieo to fe'wi itiwupokt ooensidKi1ly. ''' Aftor hp drntft, k body mi opened, wl mrnke fire feel long and half an inch thick wns taken from hor stomach 1 It wnst alivu when removed, but died soon iiftef. The ense it a Very re- tnnrkbU ms and it is to lw regretted tlmt ft h hot hudo Ilia subject of n acientilie lavatigfttion.-n r; ; ; -. ,n .... ay Tho following show Got. Jackiu' opinion of fillilju.ten: : 1 "It U atr established tHnoti1a f tU law of nations, that anv mdividu:il of a nntion, making war against the cilirens of any ntlv or nation, Jhey being at peace, forfeits hb ftlleglnnba, " afld becofnts nn'olitlnw aiul e pirate." Gen. Jnctrsnn, vpon the fane of Jlrbutanot and Ambrtmir. r. ;-k . Tu Lar...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 February 1858

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC .11. liEELEK, Proprietor. Th. JOt'RW Ali lapnMlshed every Friday morning. 0rae-1nth. third story, Uuckland's Blook Fremont, Sandusky eottnty, Ohio. TKKMfl OK SUBSCRIPTION. On. copy, per year, tn advance, by mall ., Paid within the vcar After the etplraiion of the year,. ....... Townsubscribers.ln advnncfl RATK9 OP ADVERTISING . Oneataara 10 lines nr Ipsa, one Insertion,. ....f-O.oO do. Each additional Insertion 0.2 , , do. Three month. do. Rla months ' do. One tear . ",MX On..fnnrtheolnmn,cbn,'e quarterly, 1 I year... 16.00 un.-tfttra no. One-half fin. do. do Whole do. do. do ..-i . d. ..i. a Una. er one vear . Leaded Nntlore preceoinj remit. mn Advertisements, to he chanted dniil.lc the alvte rate. Advertlsam.nta should It. marked with themimhernf insertions nr titer will be continued untilorderednut and hargwlaooordjngly.. , . . .. . v, ,-.. J6tl PIlINTIrM, Ofall kind neatlv and evp'dltintilveseeutcd,aod that toot to tb full satisfaction of onr putron.t DLAKK...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 February 1858

yxxild rpRtally oall tha attention of the jTenUcman froit. Sandusky. ; Hi eonnty in 18.10 had total population of 14,303; while Lake bad population of 14,054 800 moro than Bnndnsky. Of the entire population of Lake county, thore were found but 16 adulu who could not rend and write iind 12 of thesis were foreigner. While Ban dusky county, of her adult population, bad 758 who could not real or writo and 817 of tbo numW, were natives! Now, Mr. Chairman, in view of Mtexpote of tb facU of tho case, I submit it to the rood miiw of this committee: I submit it to tho good tens of the gentleman from , Saoduiky himself) if it is for tha Represon- tative ef that county to stand up hare and and taunt tho citixont or Lake with igntr soco with inability even to read tha Con stitution of their own country ! And what has been shown in regard to tha intelligence of tho pcoplo of Lake, night also bo shown in regard to the peo ple of Geauga, and Ashtabula, and indeed of every Reserve county. Tho citiz...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 February 1858

Bfeci police?. f3T Ohio Statu and Ukiok Law Col- tlon. Thin Institution hu burn wmnrfd to Cltrrland, Ohio. pfw nr. loa-allr confrrrpd, and almlrnta ttnnn o,l,itln mar bo admitted to tirartlf.. For Clrotlara ad.lrr.aa atClrrcLnd, M. A. KINO, Secretary, Dacrmbrr , 1IW7. 7y1 Vnnn'a It m n.aTonaTlT.. frof. Wood, th. ronown td dlacowirr of th. InY.lnnbl. Hair llratornti, atlll mt tlnae. to labor in brlmlf of th atllM. d. HU tn.dMn.a are nnlvrranllr admlttod br h. Amarlcan ,rrMUb.lhr.nartnrtoalloth.r.ror ean.lng It., hair Of th. a,l. that h bn H.. " T". forth with .. murh Tlor .ml ln.nrl.nr, a. whan Mrwd i.v .u. -jior ronth. Thrre can br- no doubt that It I. on. of th. rctr.t diT.rlM In tl,. world. It ro torn permancntl. " ' "rirlnal enlor, dr.lra hie In ll a-M of th. word.-St Lotti. Morning Hrrald. Bold bt.ll f"od Dromri.U. SiNlrrsftT, Peer-ember lat,1-6T. . mi:-In adilraaalng jo thin Circular, w would men tion that .inc. waiting on jron with onr l.at, thorn h.a b.n M adrnne. on Bar Iron...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 5 February 1858

Fremont Journal. Fremont Journal. The Earthquake in Naples--15,000 Victims. t Th delnili of the tAMs of tho Intr ftrlhqml in Italy ro distressing beyond description. Twenty pliiecs Imvo hv.t por tions of thwV population, in oua a hundred men killed, in another seventy and so on. antil 805S bodio hnvwhenn dug out, an J it ift supposed at least 15,000 lives wore lost. This aostruction was ennsod by two shoclm. The air is putrid with the effluvia from dead bodies. . Wall wore toppled down, lov furniture thrown around and lighter article, thrown to a great distnnce. Peo ple maimed and crashed tvero fight dnvs under, th. ruins, and in (he district of Sain theaartii h continual agitated. In Napier from the 10th Doc. to Christmas day forty-nine shocks lind been experienced, and in rumblif.irs and jarrinjrs of Mount Vesu vius, which is lookod upon at Naples as thoir aTt were very heavy, shaking tho doors in Naplos ns if in tho hands of a fu rious Madmen The country is crossed by fissure whi...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 February 1858

FREMONT1 JOURNAL ISAAC 1UC. KECLElt, Proprietor. " The JOtHtJIAt. l.nntdlahea' ever Friday morning. DrUee In the third atory, Bnoaianu UlooK rmonl Randuaky county, Ohio. , tKhMS o srnscRiPTtoir. Oneenpy, per rear,ln idvaner, by mnlt ......... 1. ' , T4 within the Tfflf a. 11 Aft-rtheetplratlnnnftheyear t.l" . Town anbscriliers,! advance ... . RATES OF ADVERTISING. . " One Square 10 lines or !. one Insertion,. .. SO. do. Each additional Inacrtloa do, . Three months. ......-. wo. Pl months A fW w... .-.......- -' One-fnurthnliimn, change quarterly, 1 fear... nwtlilM on. on. " One-hall -.". 5? pn.lnr. Orda, Sllne. T to". m 7rvr rta.u'.M. I .T..i .Hlnw marrlatr'-., and Pontile eol. '' .. to h eharecd double the abore rat. Trtl.eeta.hoi.ldl.. marker! with .h. number of tneertlnna or they will bo continued nntiloruereoout end aharged according!. job PRUtriNd, . Or all klada neatly andjriedltlnnlyeTeitvl,na that loo, to tha lull taltniocuon oi our pnirnua. Of all dlaerlntinn, kept on band,...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 February 1858

tVt tneralw of t?irx!i!lTig'fftfHiht Will v,vnr to thoir Tojek constitution! gov inmfint. ' Th firl prffrjli of tlx Ihps jr of Gor. RnMinon, iTsd fth of D sni)', to h Topka tfiilntre, now s omblrj at Lawrsnca, contains n opn df fin of tho law awl constitution of the Vnited States. ' Th Governor says: , .'lb convention wliicU rmme lti lopek omxtilQtion originatoj with tha peojl of lmnss territory. 1 bey lnre adopted awl rati(l4 the Mine twiso cy a direct vote ; al M Infliri1y through two oloetions of Slaw ffictr and mombers of lU Stnt lygisla 1 tor; yet it ha pleased tho Administration to regard tho Wliolo proeocjing as revolu ClonsrT. ' , ... - 4 ThuTopok Government, Adhered to with ub trcaionabl pertinacity, is u i Govern ment in direct opposition to th existing Oorenrmont, pruenUj and recognized by CongreM, It it usurpation of the anro character m it would be for a portion of tho people of any itnte to timleTtaVo to tnb Iiih a aopftrat jrorernmont within its limit ft the purpose o...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 February 1858

Ohio Stat and ttsio La? Coir Uoi, Tbl Institution hu bean Mmon-d to Contend, Ohio. Degree are legally conferred, and students npon graduating may be admitted In prertli-a. rar.Clrenlare addre at Cleveland, M. A. KINO, ctrelarj. December A, 1MT. 47yt ' , ' 1HON CtrtCUI-AU. ' liroranr, IWet-ajber 1st, 1WT. aWT! tnaddratslna von till Circular, wwnvld men. tlon that since waiting on yon with ant hat, there hM been an advance on Bar Iron, Nail and Ola; and In the lmdstororeoUlgewiht,ByonrwC:tlng "heel Iron, florin, and Atla trad with the boslno, tlier haa occui- rd antranrdlnry crlsl 1b ha financial affair of tha matey, which pnt a qulrtaa or check aa tha whol bul mu community. In Tlew of thli monetary e ttnlty, wa oflr-ral whole sale aar enHr mock rFenclng, Finishing, WrongliAnnKlrd and Cnl Nalla, Cast ami ."prim Steel for Sleigh Shoes, Bneet Iron, rii or Shell Boxes, Cast Sleigh Hho, Wagon Hubha, Arc, Ac., at about Cost fur Cash. Oar Stock of Iron U largo and complete; alto, a heavy Bt...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 12 February 1858

Fremont Journal. "ry- Bata TaTU, la tk v WMr, wrote fellowta Hna.w.lo latitat tW lar a ha nrrlrt, u4 will do.Oew nhttoH'' " VlMkovMladtrk, UwbMrtk Uri; ; , v . ". 4wM.twMandh FV . , . . ' ' JVyoiid th, mitrt lis, th. tat. ' ' " . , .Ky labboT at s. rtnr sta4a,, r in, ,. in ,. t. n, bf ' - - Tb .thm Mk ai, wmawr khw, ABdrnwivMlwoiutaeravukKkUM. . ' i- ' . ' ' ' ' ! , ' '.I J tWkVltbla7l;- ' ii. 'J Itaawsw.ir,, Ih eblMt .; , Amd thar, kMlritrnm; rth,' .- ,WmtklmMHlliiii,n ' i, , ii 1 1 urn r- We will rentare tot that few of oar rJor art wMof ll kind of kisses !uumrmtd in .h. Bible; btt ktr they hrt Kin of Salutation . . . .Se. 3 Sum 21, 4 1 t. i iRacontilUtion. "2 Sum U, B. jr. " . Approbation.. " Pro. 2, 1J w "Valediction.. ''' Stibjoction . " , ; Adonttion . , , ' Affection. w A Treachery., i. . Ruth 2, .' t ... Psalm. 2, 12 lKingslMav. " uen. i, 10 t. " Matt. 24, 49 T. A Nobi Set of Farmiiw. Sixty-fiur ikrmers, living in and about . MiddIUwn, Conn, hare given notice to the citizens...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 February 1858

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC) J. KtELEH, I'roprletor. Tho JOURNAL Ispubllshrd every Frlebvy mornlnc Tim .In th third "tor, B uklanrt' Block Fremont, Raodusky eountv, Ohio. TKHMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. t Oneeopv, nor year, In advance, by mall fl,0 Paid within the vonr .' 2" After the expiration of tli year i J. "Town subscribers, In advance 1,7$ ' ' RATKS OF ADVERTISING. Oae Square -10 lines or lees, nnalnenttlon, do. Knoli additional luserUou , no. . Three month. .....---- no. ' Six month ........ .1. nn Kir '.i...... : f)K.rnnrlh itolnmn. chauii .inarteily, l .year Ohe-thlnl . do. Ono-half do. Whole t ...$o.f0 .... o.s .... s.oo J.nO .... 8,00 . 15,00 . 20,00 . V. 26,oo ... 4r,00 6,00 Double enl- do. ... "o ito. . do.- do nuiinr. . ,n.rrleoe, Mid nmnAdvcrtl.w-meiite, to be chnrocd double the above rate. Anvortlscsnevit. should be marked with tlie mimlier of Infertlona ' h"r will be continued untllorilcrednut and taari ed aeenrdingly.- . . .i jon printing, . Of ll kind, neetlv and expeditiously ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 February 1858

Correspondence of the Leavenworth Ledger. Correspondence of the Leavenworth Ledger. The Villainy Discovered-Calhoun Convicted. letetu Lawrence. Feb. 2. 1858. Sow rich drvhvprrftnta to-nijjh. Today iba mmb'r of tha in wrtijjatinflf ymmitt wont bi-fora Prolwtl luflg Miller, f Wt county, and swora out search warrant to anarch the Surveyor General' sjfflca ml adjoining bnildinjrto And the lnctton returns of tho 2 1st of Do ember find 4th of January, m they wanted them before tha committee. A warrant ma issue,, and Sheriff Ba.nnel Walker, of thta oraintv. wont nrt tlti afternoon, and. euvjur is vr wu trim, y"' v., " candle-box was found aod brmight here, and n-niifht, in prnaene of Governor Denver, C. W, Bnbrock, President of the Council, n4 0. W. Deitiler, speaker of the Honse, the mombera of the committee, and a great -crowd, in open court, th- box waj opened,) nod lo and bobold I all of the return of oth of said elections, including the much talked of "Delaware Crossing return? footin...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 February 1858

Special Notices. tv Ohio Statk ahd (Jnioi Law Col- IBriR. This luatitutlon bu been re-moved to Cleveland, Ohio. DPR! ar legMly eonfrrred, and student upon Sradoatlng avey b admitted lo practice. For Circular addre at Cleveland, M. A. KINO, Beerelary. DMmVf , Wl. 47yl WoDRFtt, But Trub. A few dny Ins Dr. Jam! H. Beadle, bflluntavllle, Alabama, called an and gar u ponnlsMnn to publleh for th bncllt of offering humanity, th astonishing r "en "' ffeeled In tli ease of bis wife, or th of Dr. Ilne's TogeUbleF.plleptia PIIU. H Infotmad on, flint at the roa hltwlfo rantiMinrf ng th medlcln, her ayetem weaeo entirely prostrated 07 th number of spasms alia kail undrgon. aa to reduce her weight to 100 Ilia. Sine ha haa been taking Ilia Pllla, aha Imi entirely not over th apaama and hai gained tn weight and bodily health. 81ie now weigh at least 200 lb., and declares aha ta In batter anloyinent of health than ever before In liar Ufa. Mr. Beadle alao related the rmaa of Ifr. Harrfann Mghtfont of...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 19 February 1858

Fremont Journal. Death of Bishop Waugh. " ' Th nrb! and excellent Beverly Vfttigh, wnior Bishop of tb Method it ""Episcopal Chtifch, died tlili Tnornihjr, at ' 5rva d'doc t hrs rpsMctic In thV city of Eltimor, " The EUhop ha Wen in farble knl(h fortom tims ymH. -Th immtidinto m9 of hl donth r orJslpcluS, VLIcTi fJ loifed adiln ntlfttk of apoplexy. II tM 09 , yr of ago. Ho btu been for nan Tar4 ft bolorrd and honored ernft- i TOttil una mipport or n greni nunomuiii- l'lMJll US tlUIVSI US, Wlinu, mu-t r i-'v- td nnirersally for bit) charactrrr and ability by CiWitiaii of aleft4 inJtho eounlry. . Bishop '5Vaiie.li M Iected to the Episcopal oHio i 1833. PrfviousW to thai lima he tu a resident of New ot citjVfind for ' Mrtral years had oharga of the Methodist . Hook Concern. ' ! The Ref. Bishop Thomas A. Morris, V he lifts been Bishop next iu the order of senior- irr, -rilt snecoed to the rnnk of senior Bib- . . II J . I .1 T' 1 W 1. op, Tdcacca oy vue aeaiu ei umuop ivuugii The Hon. Alc...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 February 1858

FREMONT JOURNAL I94AG KEELErt, Proprietor. Th. JOItntJAt. lapnhllshen: every Friday morning. wm,lntha third story, Backland'a Block Fremont, Bandnsky eonnty, Ohio. . TRfiMS or sunscwrriow, (To. enpy, per year. In advance, by mail .... raid within tne rrmr . ...f1,M ... .'" ... 9.1-0 ... 1,7 After the expiration nf the year. Town anbcrilcrs,in advance ... 71ATKS OK ADVKRTISINO. , ODSlaT 10 lines or Im, one lo.ertlon, ??? no, Karh additional Insertion do. Three months J'JjJJ no. 11 months ....... do. " One year - ,,' n" .1 ... i. -o.rterlv. 1 rear... If'.OO ,'OW-H'nr: u c.M,iM,.,,j.-.f, -, fine-third do. tin. I" - One-half do. 3 Whole do. no. o . .. Buslnaa Cit.li, 0 llnca or lees, one; year. . 2.1.00 . 2on . 4 VO0 . a,00 rlTvMlw'a pwp"!, marring., an.l Double c.,1 wo, AdveYl somcnK to nohr,.-d double the above rate. Trt7.Vm"r.l.nnM mark..? with the number of Insertions or they will bo c.ontlnnon utmiorticreaoui ana .ttaj-ged soonrdingly. .ion rntNTiso, Of all hind, noatlv an.l Tpcdit...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 February 1858

Speech of Hon. Geo. Bancroft, The Great Historian and Secretary of the Navy under President Polk. Mr. Bancroft iinvinfr hom mvRoti U Arm Iho' unti-Loeompott mortinw in New York city, pnlilisket wrmt wontA have been hit speech bud iho meeting boon lmUl, its inw eretl, t tlia AenJemy of Miuic ibot which wm not helil on neconnl of i re. cf tbo irftpriolors of Uio Hull to Twr itiit rtolKieM fwomblis to nieot Ihem. Wo "publish it in full, believing it ill nmAy fwy our renders fur the perusal. Mr. ISax cnort ysi sT1fc. ttmwHnilli trt.isrsj thslr with tn bo rrrss.nt last jilng h4 bwa l1i.r.ii to assuM. 1 mistit hnv bir-n allsd upm t.arsrla, and in that osae slinuM liav. ml. dr. a Ultra . Th. p.ortnnlty was .IrMilM m.) lrtt th frm uxyrtmh f .pinion cannot h. atiflel : tha Press ro lktva nw from all snch wra-ntf, anil haw written nnt mm mnorlrs, sry trlr sur-h as 1 tronl'l hae apos.n, I sub. anittaimtomy Itllow-tltisana of X.w York, heinn sure ttsat BntKing la wanting to a Just jnrlsmpnt on ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 February 1858

Special Notices. Ohio Stats and Union Law Col- ltfljniU Institution hM been removes! to Cleveland, Ohio. Pegrees ar. legally conferred, and students npon Graduating "V 00 hdinUted to practlo. For Circulars address at Ctrvsland, M. A. KIN'O, Secretary. Pecemlr 9, ' WcwDKnrrt, nut Tbub. A fovr dnjs since Dr. James ft. naadle, oMIuntsvllle, Alhm, rlled n .. and gar. ... permission to publish for the bem-M of Suffering humanity, the astonishing cur. which h.d bee" fleeted I. th. esse of M. wife, h, .. ... of I)r. llanr, . Tw.aM.Kpil.ptlo PH.. n. Inform . ' ' t.mohi.wlro commenced .ring th. medicine, her sy.h m ... so entirely pro.trM by th. number of ,,,m. .1.0 had undergone, to reduo. he. weight to 100 lb.. Sine, .h. has been taking the rill., .ho ha. entirely got over the spurns and ha. gained In weight and hodlly lieslth. 8I. now wetghsnt If at 200 lb.., and declares .he I. In better njnyment of health than ever before in her life. Mr. Beadle alio rcl.iled th. cnee of Mr. Harrison Mg...

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