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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 February 1858

Fremont Journal. From the N. Y, Post. THE COCK OF THE WALK. Sin rnlvalrr liav. had A treat In th. tail rare, jwrftirmnl hf Kelt. Tav tu man knocked tin loot, . Wins th. .eat morning, fcnw M MN i ' ftat fe. had1 seen ao low. .tat., Al all th. lookera-oa relato. " Bill trgnri that th. well-almeS flat " raokothinf but. miring mist Thaitorj thenee some pather now, la that a eleud oVacured fa ! broir, ( i Or h. had .rooked his arm m mnoh, ' . Be Mold not feel th. fontl. tooeh v J That hid him tprmrllnciloimbrloir, And .topped tha enck'i tnelptent aroir. , , Aaotfuvr faet th. fwn tell, i Komm him from Uiotlmo aorVIl; . torn mmiI lhw u within th. ioor, An pn MtoiM trip door, - -That lit tha boaatlnf champion thro.jo.; y Ad ao a disappear! from le, To riaa within tha Hall onca mora, , Tha ghtat of what ha waa before , , t A nock ao meet, demur, and tama, Ko ban would take him for the enma. Lawrence M. Keitt. Did yon evor see Lftwrcnco M. Koittt DM you ever watch Lim when parading iho liat.l...

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 March 1858

I II I.I Itll 1 1 I I I- - FREMONT JOURNAL . ISAAC 51. KEELEIt, Proprietor. Tha JOtTRMAIj l.pnlillahiMl erary Fr4d.iv wimlnff. Of.,?. In th. third story, HuckUud'a llluck Kreiuunt, Sandaaky a.anty, Ohio. TKIIM8 OF SCBRCIllPTK)!. On eopr, par riar, in advance, by mall . ...1,B0 Pslil within the vrar 2,00 1 After the. aplrail, in or the year . .... S.AO Town aubecrlKra,in atlvancn ........... 1,76 1UTES OF ADVKRHHINO. Oneftquaro 10 line, nr lata, arte lnaerllc-n,.....$0,r'n l'.arhaiiliMnnal insertion......... 0,M on. Three ninilht 3.00 . d(K SU ninths MO no. One year... . MO rne-rMirthenlnmn,cHanjre quarterly, 1 year... lfi.oO One-thlnl dn. do. ilo ...,l0 One-half in. ln. rln ...2.(10 Whnt. An.' rlo. no ... 4r,,00 Bnslnea Card., n Unet nr leee, one year ft.Ort t,eario4 Notlees preeeillnfl: marriatf'', an, DoiiMn e,4 ron Advertisement., to Im chars-eil rlminle the above rate. Ailvertlscmenta aliotiM bn marked with the number nf Insertions or they will be continued untllorderedout and b...

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 March 1858

From the Cincinnati Gazette, Feb. 8. From the Cincinnati Gazette, Feb. 8. TO JAMES BUCHANAN. Tiems.mat.th...Jl W"1' t of rr nttta:riiii" ' ; ' tvw 5M H HB"" r whfcfc T' M To tot m kvrctarsj th hartl tooM r. 1 frHoul P.fUn sock a detltrat fray, 'VWa ll It Hi to ( snma monstrtma wrong, tutors, by fci Uwhi Mlfc-prtt 1 t -TV. few atoitn v crrry konr iot ttrang, AlrtiitJMSU'jrortj to long! , .hMinl protoal For tt ltom toalata I T Irtrtm tht fcntM koanr ot roor mm. T tn turkai tvlllUa-U Tilllui ml Hap m th ftibrio of T8nf mnln fm1 11 laiie(uttwni It a donMaahtma, Aa4 CrtM'i beat lw ultiri l owtj ' . Lite Viri wlda-tpraad t4 arttatl tUma, ilt's wry init swim tomak. It Itts, Aadpaaatt for. mar ef nobltDMt.. fwparaftmrbinwryl Bring tht t-fi oV , Ami 1ft tlira igl bright baton tin ft ' Cf 11 tht wTrlnt, Tanal crowd atant, And hint tnjtttHoat of nm (rretr prtsd H4wnll70lnthMnlth weh apttiont m, Umb all tha Mmftd.ra of jronr bat. on thou Wtfm nrithe Rold dot jet tml.ltloa Vujt, tjoldarafroar tr...

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 March 1858

Special Notices. Ohio Static and Uktov Law Coi- LV.au. Tlitm Institution hns been removed to Clevrlnnd, tllrlo. riroT-es Rre leg-illy conferred, and .Indent, upon Graduating may lie admitted to practice. For Circulars addrc mi at Cleveland, H. A. KIXO, Secretary. PoofmlKT . 1V.7. d7rl IlAin Rkstoiutivk. W aro pleased to be able tn record the satisfaction of onr patrons, aftcrtrlnl of an article a'lvprtUnl In our columns. We hare the satisfaction te know (several of or reader, who have nsod Prof. Wood's. Hair Restorative, and pronounced H to be juiit what the advertisement sayl It Is. We have several personal acquaintances, too, who were gray headed they have tried It, nnd now their halrla restored to lt orliinal color, and they willing add their testimony to Its efficacy, and will give further Information to othera desiring It. Thlirpealis welt for the article and we advise all who do not wlnh to appear gray headed, lo n.fl Wood's Hair Re. jtorallvo. H'eiii rn Valriot. Soi l by all ...

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 March 1858

Fremont Journal. "LOVE, HONOR AND OBEY." BY PHOEBE CARRY. , i f mnAa to UitI why, toau think To tor A prl.llaaa, not ft ta.Vt . ; jka4aaeplt,t)iUleallIaak. Hobot tW ya, M to wilt Ht A lift oftmlh.nd purity) rliM 1 ha arft tht Vrorthlneaa. - 1 imnt ebooe. but honor thae. beyl rnen 1 tae MI !htjJ, Kaeb waat aod wl.li to anoarataae. . Ml lowrn th. wlrtora to obey, XT the kaat tMia to command. oVInvIl to lira with thae la oat, loa and lowlloeae, th aatare'a tnlt, ar thine, orbothi Tha greater mrjet control tha lata, r ' a i aa. i AMisir's Prti:r. Tho following sin cnlar prayer wm tnado by John Ward of Hackney, hngland. I ha document wincn wasfonnd in Ward'sown band-writing might bo calltd tho miser' prayer. It is one of tho azamplM on record of men combining In themselves tho utmost fanaticism, with tha total abstinence of anything like morn feeling: . "O, T.t thou knoweit that I hire alna e.tatee In tha aaty of London, and llkewlae that 1 ha?e parrliaftc d an tat. la fea elmpl In tha c...

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 March 1858

FREMONT JOURNAL fcglAC M. Itr.EIXH, 1'roprlctor. Tln .TOPUVU. l-nit-di-h'"! ever Frldriv morning. men In Hi I tirtl nio.-y. Urn; land Hlock Frt.uool, Pandunky count t , tilihi, v Tkumi op flTrnscmrTfos trtne. en-re, fir f t,r, Itl ft(Krrt. hr infill . . ,.fc.f I. BO ' r'l'l wit um Tint v"ir ' After the pjilt-.lM-M of the t e ir To wd sutme; I'.u it, in advance .,...... K ATUS OF APVEHTIfllNO. - Our itiare V' lln- nr "iif t tmrl intif . , -A, rciil llthmiU i.iiilt'in....f Ho, '. Tlirce moot lift. . . i do, . Nil ninnlh --.. An, (ltii yrnr l Oi)-f"nnr1!i rnl'iTiin, CthHie "lunrtt't-ly, 1 rnt Oii.-Uilr.l do. . (M. . t . htr.M-tlf do. . do do , . Vhnm An. ' ' " An. An Himlnpt. CWd. 0 ltfte or le. ne ver 2, 1 HI .. 1,1 ..fV0 ., o'-' .. !t.i' .. f.. .. 8,10 . If. Lrt . lin.nn . S"',no . '.,'" f.,110 V tir.'p nrt!P-llnjr mtrri a and Honlde ;eol- mn AdfM-f.HMT?on1, to ehnned .1nnl.li tha aluue rate. Adver11"mnt ulemld I m irked wi'h the ti-nnlw r uf norit"n nr Owv will he continued until or...

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 March 1858

FROM WASHINGTON. Correspondence of the Evening Post. DOUGLAS AND THE CHICAGO PORT OFFICE. Washington, March 2. X Oottt exciting dcbnU took jle in lli Eicotr Session of ttio Sonata, Inst era ring. Tli hU of th tlivv powpr tortnrds Don gin mi Tnor openly exhibited, tlmn rr befora, but h fought bnclc (jnllnhtly. They mrtke oo secret of Uieir dutcrtninntion to "cnwli him out," The question urnlcr discussion, wu tho conlirmnlion of Mr. Conk m Postmaster wben Mr. Uuclmnnn crime into jpower. II was appointed by Mr. Pierc. "RoUtion in oAk," xtt- liia polit ic! death-knell. nj Mr, Trice, llio present PostmdiUr took hit. pUco. Recent tlevtl piaeaU show Mr. Price to lava an opinion of nit own, ant that opinion is, tunt vovg tat it right in opposing Lecomptnn. II could not entertain a more vneondiary and corrupt acntiment. Mr. Buchanan hnt ao- ordineW sent to tho Senate the nominal- tion of Mr. Cook, to take tbo plaeo of Mr. Prioe, in whose mouth Lecomptnn isa tweet triors!. The Sonata wan call...

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 March 1858

Special Notices. jfiT Omo Statu andXJkion Law Col- t 4i..TliU Institution hat been re moved to Cleveland, Ohio. Degrees are legally eonnTr"d, nnd stndcnts npon rjrednatlng may be admltto-l to practice. For Circulars address at Cleveland, H. A. KINO, Secretary. rterembor, 1T. 47yl Hair IiKsToiutivn. We are pleased to be kbit to reoord thctltlsftctlon of our p-itrnnl, af tor trial of Ml article advertised In onr enlnrons. We hn. the atltrartloa to know several at on r readers who have used Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, and pronounced It to bo Just what tho advertlitement says ItU. Wo hare several personal scnnalntaneos, too, who wore gray headed-lhey have tried It, and now their hmlr Is restored to Its original tolor, and they willingly atil their testimony tolls efficacy, and will give further Information to other, drilling It. Thlspoek. well for the arll-de and w advise all wlio do not wish to appear grsy headed, to o Wnod'e Heir Br. atoratlv.. Wirier Patriot. Bold by HI rood Drogg...

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 March 1858

Agricultural and Domestic. SONG FOR THE POULTRY-YARD. t , r r a-nrsis k-y," , .IMtAktlhxi Cosh ChK '"liafMrls Yim-st swnsrlol brssjlnjl ' ttf on tnnfst so flv, -.-,-' '''-' tt-eenstAntlr shr krsps tnsm frcdlng. ,l .. lsilr srsssnsd bj-thir trows J 5 --At some prsttvlrws hmir sns rises, i ' A4 whit tlirlr twnVtint f ih tlirow '. Hr ! vWMwt swistrtli ' ' ' ' "0 iy CwW rt-rnn i , lauafi npnsl CocliluChlroi v Most lisns Isy C ' , Bt jUjr !, wy CoJi! ClilnU LsnrA Ios-rsiI In iw tin- sl-mr, Hi M Is Wr In tlic street rsll4"Bsr, '-J , . 4od to Itnporlan.rl me to g - That I st Unth HI Irlsd to tmkt hn. . Carinas breads there re on tie, . ' : 3iWM-peaclIM,n I'gntusn-crtstedi" . -DnaMi-ooBrhfrd"' I actio- d too, (Td much prrfrr Ihssn uouMs-brssstadl) And thar were CoeUin China btra, -Yastl eosttr CrxUiia Clil&ai - -Y- . - - Cklokv we're Word i. Br ducks srt rsaseil, t ,' Bwtnrelj (teeee rssr'Coeliih China. r'mtek.. [From the Prairie Farmer. ] Potato Planting. Bines our nrIiost wo fcoen tau...

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 March 1858

FREMONT JOURNAL ISAAC 71. KEEI.EIt, Proprietor. Ttm-JOPnVAIf I publisli-d every Friday morning. Office In the thrl story, llnrklaml'i Mock Fremont, llandueky connty, Ohio. TEHM9 OK RrflSCKirTtOS. . One copy, per yenr, in .ilmnee, by mall ... 1-nld within thi yonr After the oxpiintlon nfthe year...... Town subscribe! s,in advance ... RAfE3 OF ADVERTISING. OneSciuare In lines nr low, nm Insertion, 'IM'? OA. . do. nna-fourtlicolumn,chan',rcnuarterly,l r-r... is.nji ine-thlrd uo. "" jl One-half do. do. YAl.nl iln. no. rto Buelnes rnrd, 1 1 no. or less, year tended N Kaeh additional Insertion.... Throe months. 8W months ... .l.r.n .. n.no .. 1,74 .... W .... a.oo .... o.0 ".00 . 20,00 . V...O0 . 45. CO .. 6.00 itic-s prree.liotr ni!iri'l!iir's, and Double col- .. ..iM4.metite. to be charirrd loullo t!i almverate. Advertisements should be marked wllll the nuinlior of Insertions or llley will oe cooiiiiin-u uuui oiucicu oui noil harg,d accordingly. jon pniSTiNO, Of all kinds nanttr and ovp...

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 March 1858

FROM WASHINGTON. ." Tbo If. Y. Tribune' t letter vs: Washington, March 11. ' Th Fort Rnelling Cummittoa intend to compel Mr. Rice Senator elot;l froMi Minno- ..i. t. tai'tfw ITa mnv ntA ItnvA fit tnfrt aootbor invOTlig.ition, into the sala of reamed land at Fort Crawford, nonr Prni- Cabinet, tho rroidont being: wholly given tip to Southern influences. Gou. Oawdoo. not wholly share in the Locornpton infatu-, lie du Chien. The report gains ground that Gem Cai ill shortly rosiini. He is a cvphor in tl: . . . .i n . i ' i. Cass ie ntion of Buchanan, and probably diwa not wish to be too deeply involved in the Tres idont'a wild and dangerous pro-slavery pol Washington, March 14. Judgo Douglas lias boot) confined to his louse for several days by sovero sickness, but will resumo hi place in the Senate some time this weok. Ho pronounces the reports Utonn intention to resign his seat totally without foundation, and assures his friends that bo intends to fight the baltlo in which lie is now en...

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 March 1858

Specif ftoficcs. 3T Oiuo Statu and Unio Law Cot.- .o, This Institution has been removed to Cleveland, OM. Prgreea are lejrnlly ennferrc d. and students npnn Graduating mar be admitted In prartlre. For Circulars address nt ClPTdnn.1, M. A. KINO, Secretary. December 9, 18)7. 47y1 . ftlT Initio snd Gentlemen, wo would e.ll vnoe.ltenlinn In the advertisement nf Trof. O. J. Wood's Hslr Restorative, which Appears In columns of mlj.f. From our loni acquaintance with the proprietor, end wlthnnmorons Individuals who have osod hie preparation wllh perfect mml for the ! t" yesrs we fed no hesitation In recommending the article as npertnr for restoring gray hair to tt original color, a sure and perfwt ri"'" Mnw" B mTPr Wllnt pre ventive lor the fulling or the limr. It It decidedly tho best and most popular In lisn for bean tlfvlng, preecrvlo:;, retnrlnf, and strenplhrnlnir the hair, relieving diseases of the skin, and removing scurf, dahdrnff. and all eruption and feverish heal from the s alp. ...

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 March 1858

Agricultural and Domestic. Agricultural and Domestic. THE LABORER AND THE WARRIOR. BY ETES SARGENT. TS amjhasslaaita 4Kftmnr, ' ' TMtorr),lhbyonal,t''lo".' . . Bara twiVii m of thjmi too lnf -Th. plow, itm anrll anil tha loonl 01 awt tsoo iw Wiled n.ldaj ' ' An ftmHon'i hfmt turd tlntta; , Tin training of lb workshop jlaMa " Hoi karoos ir than war hu knova. Wko irir tha boll, wh snipos th. its), Mft witk krt M mllnl mlt ilktlktmillHMIfMl la blood bofora his blow of mltM; ' " Tha skill tha eonquars apaos and tlma. Tkat (raoaa 111, that libtni toll. Hay soring from eooraa;a mora toblimo Tina tkat arhlrk makes realm a spoil. tat labor then look nj and sos ' DU aralt so path of honor lacks; Ths soloist's tltl yt shsll ba Lass honorra thaa tha woodman's aao; . Lt art hit own appointment prlaa, , Kor dam that (oil or outward light . Caa aosapoassta th worth that Ilea la taatea that bread thalr awn delight. . And mtf tha tlma draw aoararitlll, 5 ; ' . Whsnnvaa this sacred truth ahall head,...

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 March 1858

FREMONT JOURNAL 191 AC It. KECLGR, Proprietor. Th. JOURNAL laptiMlntiM cwr Friday mnmlnir Offlr.Intli. third lirjr, Hucklaml'i Mock Fremont, Bantluiky eonnty, Ohio. TEHMft OF BCnSCRIPTIOW. On. rflpr, per mr, in advance, by mill .... Fain" within tli rear After til earlraUon pf th. year.. ......... Townaubarrtltera.in mlranca .- RATK8 OF ADVERTISINO. OnfSinT 10 llnon or lr, nne liwrtlon, do. KaeliaiMltlnnal Intuition , no. J lire, mnnui. .. - do. Hit mr,tli do. One vrar "' One-f..nrthcol.imT.,cliaoge;iliarterly,1 rear... 1...00 n.ii.u,i dn. do. i ... ",no ftnn.KBlf dl. do. Whole do. ...tl.W ... 2,m .... ... 1,J . -SO.' .... 0.2 8.10 do. di do do . 2,nn ,.... r...i. line. r lean, nne Tear o.OO !"...; ..... ..lln. innrrlnmii .nil llmll.l. ml mnVl'wtlaenvnta, to he churired .IntiWetlie above rate. I AHveHUemente nhonld be marked with the number of i Innertiooe or th-y will Lit continued until ordered out and bargad accordingly. JOIt PtllNTTNO, Of all kind, neallv and expedltlonaly execu...

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 March 1858

FROM WASHINGTON. Washington, March 20. i Gen. Cnllioua publiilic k letter in the Evtning stating tlint rtoont informa tion from Oov. Dorifcr nml editor?, lonvo no doubt in bis mind tlmt ths return of the DpUwnre Crossing should lo rjciteJ ; ml Uit certifiontoi of t.li-ctiim shouM b issued to persons having tho highest vole, irrespec tive of thoso return. Ho rrgrHs tlmt this decision will give tho control of Kansas to tho party which ho icws a tho rnomii-g of good onlor, of llio (JointiHuion, ot tiio Laws, unit of tho Union. names of all tho Senators and Reprfwentiv tires to whom certificate, of clociion will bo issued. Ho append Washington, March 21. . Th Republican minority of the select ommitUo publish their report. They get forth tha frauds at tho election, and the ir regularity and illegality of the Lecompton Committee. They challongo investigation into the statements put forth, the wholo pur pose of tho Committee having boon thwnrt ed in the refusal of tho majority to enter upo...

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 March 1858

6j)cctyi ftofices. JtlT Ohio Statu ako Uniok Law Cot- tloa.-Thll Institution Iim hern removed to Cleveland, Oliln. Ticfrroes are lopfnlly conferred, and stndente'rifion Qradnatlng mar be admitted In practice. For Clrrnlare ddre.a at Cleveland, M. A. KINO, Secretary. Decrmher , IS'.T. 4Ti 1 XLndios ami Gentlemen, wo would ea.1 rmir attention tn tho idwr11pnM of Trof. O. J. Wood'i nr Renlorettve. wlilch Apr?'" in h eolamna of norriTBentm.mber. From nnr long acq.mtntanr with the proprietor, nnd with nnmerona IndlvMnnla who hart need hia preparation with perfect Minm for the feat two rear we feel no hesitation in recommending the artlc-le an Btinerlor for retortng gray hair to It origin! color, rt tare and perfect eure for bntdneur, and a never foiling pre vent ! for the falling of the hnlr. It Is decidedly .behest and most populist In nue for hcan ttfylng, preserving, retnrlnjf, and utrengt honing the hnlr. relieving fllsciuiof of the akin. And removing acurf, dandm IT, nd all cruption...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 26 March 1858

Agricultural and Domestic. THINGS THAT ARE NEEDED. A bro.1i, , brooa, a dnsting pan, ' Qnoo1 tlfcflir fmu, and snap nd land, J And th.. wis. . that know, their , Ar, needed mush in .very lio.se T.u fray deck your l,nu.wlrh cst1y things And have yonr fingers hl.t In Hugs, 1 Cnlees yo. us. a brash una bron, . Nothing looks plrasant In lb room. y . ?0Ta,tlsne jrn chance to mar., a sloj. And then yon know yoa need a mop; ; , Taint yoa ksnw th. ns. of rack, . I'm lun yon aa't bw good for aaao. Ptrhapa yoa'll get a city gmit, Beslds liia clothes, not worth a cent J ' Tka tear. yo mart, lor hy-wid-hy SARAH. THE OLD WAY AND THE NEW WAY. as 1m flung his. lint across tb kitchen. "Why so, my son f Tv bwo wanting over since I was s doz en years of ago to rsiso plums pears and cher ries, as farraor WingnU doos, butfatliersavs it will take loo much lime, it won't pav ; and now the long and short of it is, I won't stay at home. I'll hare a place of my own, and make it what I wish." Aha, sons look ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 April 1858

FItEMONT JOURNAL istAc n. K r em: it, rroprictor. Tha JOURNAL Isnubli.hed every Frl'Iny nioniinp. Oatee Inthe third story, Unckland't Ulobk rrrmtnt, Sandusky coubtr, Oliio, TERMS OF BtTBSCHIPTIOIf. OneeniiT. per mr, In advance, by mall ........ ft. Paid wllliln tlie your . After the etplraiton of till- year . Town subscribers, in advance. .... ........... I," HATH OF ADVERTISING. One inare1n line, nrles., one Insertion,. A0 do. Fseh additional Insertion dn. Three monlha do. HU tnontha J-JJJJ tne-WI h oolomn! cUmm VuarUTl ' rn-' Una-third do. d Whole do. do. do ... B.lnra Crd.. 11 Una. r !-. yew . . .. Mo I ended Nnllee. nreeeding marrieires, mid Ilotilile col umn Advertisements, to be chanicd double the alinve rate. Advertisements shnuld be marked Mill the number of Insertions or they will bu continued untllordorodout and .barged accordingly. JOD PR1NTINO, Of nil kinds neatlr and expeditiously executed, and that too, to th foil satisfaction of onr patron.. 1VLAKKS, Of nil dlserlptlo...

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

FROM WASHINGTON. Lecompton in the Senate. the JT. Y. York Post i letter says: Washington, March 23. ' The scene presented in the Senate last iiif ht urpiwe(l anything beforo witnessed la that cliambr-r witliin ilia memory of tho oldest member of that body. Tlio evening Msaion was to commence at seven o'clock, but so early as six, the galloriea and lobbies were packed and thronged. Tho dire to hoar Mr. Dou trial was verv swat. The floor of the Senate was invaded by members of Homo and press. The reporters' gallery was honored bv the nrosenco of the bright Tartieulnr star of the ovcnint, next to tho Senator bimsclf. I mean Mrs. Douglas. She. arrived too Into to obtain admission to the ladies' galleries, and was invited to a at with the Knights of the Pen. Her bright bappy faco was the target for all eyes, for she occupied a position that commandod view of the galleries and tho Senate. : Mr. Green, of Missouri moved that with out further debate tho Senate proceed to take ft rote. He wi...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal. — 2 April 1858

Special Notices. jt1T Ohio State axd IImon Law Col- Loii.-ThU Institution has been removed to Cleveland, Ohio. Degree are legally conferred, and students upon Graduating may 1n admitted to pranllce. For Circulars address at Cleveland, M. A. KINO, Secretary. December 9, lRf.7. 47yl THE Fif.OOD IM HIFII U. We learn that the distinguished an popalar Inventor or those famous Scandinavian Remedies, the Blood Pills and Blood rnrttor, advertised In onf business columns, feeelves nearly as many letters, by exery itiall.iw Ihe Trea. ury Department. The aw Is nw than 200 per day! fill patients, aeattercd oyer the broad Went, the Southern State and New England, art said to rearh the enormon and almost Inedible aggregate of 100,0001 Rjr hi pa. tienta we mean those who us lilt preparation a their ot.T meniciiow. We presume that such a connection le wlthont a parallel In Medical history. I0w5 Hair Re9totiativk. Every one will, we think, agree with us tn the opinion that tin hnmnn hair lithe great...

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